“historic Stevens family house”
The locally renowned German Von Derahe brothers built the house for the Harley Stevens family between 1907 and 1908. Harley’s wife, Mary, was a daughter of Medorem Crawford who was very influential in early Oregon and Oregon City history. The house is a textbook example of the Foursquare or Classical Box architectural style which was popular just after the turn of the century. The Stevens family bequeathed the house and its contents to the Clackamas County Historical Society to be kept as a museum in honor of both sides of her family. Ninety percent of the contents of the house currently displayed belonged to the family.
Step back in time with a visit to the Stevens Crawford Heritage House! This house, built in 1908 is a beautiful preserved example of the kinds of homes that once populated Oregon City. The three story house contains 15 furnished rooms and offers a complete look at how people lived the turn of the century. With it’s fully furnished dining room, kitchen, office, sewing room and nursery, visitors are treated to the rare artifacts passed down through generations of family. Stevens Crawford House also boasts on a large toy collection and rotating seasonal displays. Come and take a guided tour of the past with us here at the Stevens Crawford Heritage House!
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Stevens Crawford Heritage House
- Thu - Sat: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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