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7th & Maple
" LDS Church/American Legion Hall and Logging Museum "

The building was constructed for Samuel Giles, son of Daniel Giles and was based on the LDS (Later Day Saints) church in Salt Lake City, Utah. It was constructed by Charles McCracken and Tom Dickson in 1910. It has also housed the American Legion and is currently owned by the city of Myrtle Point who uses the building for the Logging Museum.

Source: Myrtle Point Beginnings by Curt Beckham, 1985

The second photograph shows the home on 633 Willow, with the LDS church in the background.

Information on the Heritage Homes website was compiled from Reflections of the Past: Myrtle Point, Oregon Historic Buildings, a project of the Myrtle Point Rotary, Chamber of Commerce and the Coos County Logging Museum (circa 1985) and Take a Break in Historic Myrtle Point produced by the Myrtle Point Chamber of Commerce (circa 1975) unless otherwise noted.

Other Coquille Valley Resources: Coquillevalley.org | Coos County Home Historian | Coquille Valley Museum | Fairgrounds Museum

Last updated June 2011 by Robyn Greenlund. All rights reserved.

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