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Fred E Harlow House
726 E Hist Col River Hwy, Troutdale, Oregon 97060

Built: c1900

Style: 2-story Farm House

National Registry of Historic Places: January 19, 1984

Significance: The father of Fred E Harlow was Captain John Harlow, founder of the City of Troutdale. 

Current Use: Museum maintained and owned by the Troutdale Historical Society

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Historic Columbia River Highway
Troutdale (West entrance of Stark Street Bridge) to The Dalles

Built: 1913 construction began; 1916 west end opens; 1922 completed to The Dalles

Style: Two-lane scenic highway

National Registry of Historic Places: May 16, 2000

Significance: Engineering; Landscape Architecture; Transportation; Politics/Government; Outdoor Recreation

Current Use: Public and residential highway vehicular traffic; portions are bike and pedestrian trails only 

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Methodist Episcopal Church
302 SE Harlow Street, Troutdale, Oregon 97060

Built: 1895

Style: Gothic Revival

National Registry of Historic Places: August 2, 1993

Significance: First church and oldest building in Troutdale 

Remodel: 1922 & ????

Current Use: Four-plex apartments

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Multnomah County Poor Farm
2126 SW Halsey Street, Troutdale, Oregon 97060

Built: c1911

Style: Georgian Revival (main building)

National Registry of Historic Places: May 2, 1990

Significance: The second site of poor relief in Multnomah County. It was built after the 1868 Hillside Farm in Portland Heights was condemned in 1910.

Current Use: The multiple buildings are the McMemamin Edgefield complex. 

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