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Oregonian Printing Press Park (The), Portland

Oregonian Printing Press Park (The) - Portland, Oregon
Oregonian Printing Press Park (The)
At North East Corner of Southwest First Avenue and Southwest Morrison Street, Portland, OR 97204Map
+1 503 275 8355
Neighborhood: Downtown Portland

Visit this park and see the actual copper plates, dating back to 1850, that were used to print The Oregonian's front page. Any newspaper buff needs to see this. View historical front pages, including the end of WWI and WWII, John F. Kennedy's assassination, the first moon landing, and the eruption of nearby Mount St. Helens. Get a Northwesterner's take on these moments. The Oregonian is still Portland's daily newspaper.

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