Virtual Tours

Join Eric for dozens of quick, informative, virtual tours from all around the Pacific Northwest!

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Thomas Moyer House (1881) Regarded as one of the finest house museums in Oregon. This Italian Villa style residence was restored in the 1960s and is furnished with period furniture and maintained by the Linn County Historical Society. #brownsvilleoregon ... See MoreSee Less

Living Rock Studios (c.1985) A combination devotional grotto and a geology museum, this unique structure was a lifetime achievement of a multi-talented amateur stone mason. Have you stopped here and been amazed, too? ... See MoreSee Less

Cabell Hunting Lodge (1912) Great waterfowl hunting opportunities in this area attracted members of the family of Henry Failing, a wealthy Portland industrialist. It currently serves an an office for park staff. #williamlfinley ... See MoreSee Less

Big Barn (1904) One of several surviving buildings from pioneer farmsteads that now comprise the Finley Wildlife Refuge south of Corvallis. It is a real beauty! #barnpreservation ... See MoreSee Less

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The Oregon Historical Society has a very large collection of William Finley's photographs in their digital collections.

Mosque in Corvallis (c.2015?) A converted church building that serves several hundred local Muslims; mostly OSU students. A lucky find. Definitely Islamic influenced design inside and out.#islamicarchitecture ... See MoreSee Less

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We were in Corvallis today!

Aubrey Watzek House (1937) One of the most widely recognized and admired dwellings by Portland-born polymath John Yeon. #pnwarchitect ... See MoreSee Less

Aubrey Watzek House (1937) An early and celebrated example of Pacific Northwest modernism in residential design by Portland-based architect and polymath, John Yeon. #watzekhouse ... See MoreSee Less

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Yes, I realized that after I recorded the piece. So simple, I forgot it! 🙂 Thanks.

MOMA - Museum of modern art 😁

Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (c.1965) This MCM church occupies an entire block on Astoria’s South Slope neighborhood. Intact and unaltered this building is fine example of an abstracted Colonial Revival style. #mormontemple ... See MoreSee Less

Gresham Public Library (1913) Arts and Crafts influence seen in the stunning herringbone and basket weave brickwork. Home of the Gresham Historical Society since 1990. #folgerjohnson ... See MoreSee Less

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Dental humor

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But not dentil humor!

The Gordon House (1964) A great example of Wright’s Usonian residential concept of ‘fine living for the common man’. Saved from demolition in 2001 and reassembled near Silverton, OR. #franklloydwrightarchitecture ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks for the profile! Was just there for the Silverton Winter Festival lights, but didn't tour the house. I'll have to do that on my next visit. Silverton sure is a cute town, and I need to visit the garden when the flowers are in bloom.

Count us in for a Silverton walking tour!

I am moving to Silverton in February. I am buying a duplex not too far from Gordon House. I toured Gordon House in February 2018. I am hoping I can learn enough to become a volunteer ❤

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No - but it's a great looking library - where??

I think it IS Mt Angel?

Mount Angel?

Yep, Mt Angel Abbey.

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