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June 10, 2019 – From Sweden to Oregon event at Nordia House

On Monday, June 10, 2019, we helped sponsor an event at the Nordia House at 8800 SW Oleson Rd learning about the Swedish immigrant experience in Oregon 1850-1950. Attendees reviewed the new displays at Nordia House, enjoyed a slide show … Continue reading

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Log cabins of Garden Home

There are several log cabins in Garden Home: Fogelbo (Foglequist residence) on SW Oleson Road Stefanicgrimbso residence on SW Garden Home Road George residence on SW 87th Avenue Two on (or near) SW Florence Lane (which we have not yet … Continue reading

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Ross Fogelquist

Ross Fogelquist has lived in one of the most charming and well known homes in Garden Home since 1952. He attended seventh and eighth grade at Garden Home School and graduated from Beaverton High School. His lovely home at 8740 SW … Continue reading

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Fogelbo, home of Ross Fogelquist

This lovely home at 8740 SW Oleson Road is nestled on a couple acres of mature trees, shrubs and flowers. It is called Fogelbo (bird nest) which is derived from the family name of Fogelquist. Henry Steiner built the home … Continue reading

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June 2012 Fogelquist and the Unitarian Church, Open Houses

A special invitation from Ross Fogelquist and the Unitarian Fellowship to enjoy these historical buildings.  Presentations at  1, 2, and 3 pm.  Parking at both buildings, can walk from one to the other.  More information, see Newsletters:  Spring 2012 Garden … Continue reading

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Swedish Bus Shelter

This unique bus shelter “A Little Bit of Sweden” sits across the street from Ross Fogelquist’s lovely home devoted to all things Swedish and Scandinavian. Ross had taken photos of similar bus shelters in Sweden and came home to work with … Continue reading

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