Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Local Girl Makes History: Exploring Northern California's Kitsch Monuments
Local Girl Makes History: Exploring Northern California's Kitsch Monuments

I checked out this recent book for its revisionist look at C.E.S. Wood and his latter years living in the Bay Area. It's not flattering.

Friday, May 08, 2009

Oregon Encyclopedia article now online

The Oregon Encyclopedia, a new online resource, now has an entry about Marie Equi written by Michael. 

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Community project: Who are these women?

The Smithsonian has uploaded photos such as this one to Flickr, and has invited us to "assist in the identification" of these people. In this case, the woman is Ms. J.M. Deming, but she is otherwise not identified.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Library with Equi doc's closing?

 
 


















A major resource for historical research about Marie Equi and other subjects of Oregon history is at risk of being placed outside of the public's reach. The Oregon Historical Society, with a building in downtown Portland, has laid off library staff and may close the doors to its research library. Fortunately, people have organized to demand access to the collection. This rally was held in front of the OHS building on March 13. Michael put his poster-making skills to work, attended the rally, and was one of many speakers who addressed the crowd from this soap box.


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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Today's Oregonian has Part 2

The second installment in John Terry's series on Marie Equi appeared today in The Oregonian. It is titled "Marie Equi: Doctor, pacifist -- and Anarchist."

Click through to read the article, though the article may be accessible for a limited time only.