The Beaverton Historical Society is committed to the community, and as we grow we will be adding more projects, programs and events that celebrate our wonderful past.
- Pictures of Beaver Theatre
- Relatives of Guy and Mable Alexander (of the Alexander House on 1st in Beaverton) with stories/memories about the house.
"Our Memories of Beaverton Past" started out as a senior memoirs project but is now open to everyone who would like to share their memories of growing up in Beaverton.
If you would like to participate, or know of someone who would like to record his or her memoirs, please contact us: Click Here, or download the following questionnaire: Beaverton Memoirs.pdf
- Artifact and photo collection & preservation
- Education and Outreach
Bev Ecker has recently completed her historical mural, on the back wall of the Beaverton History Center. This historical mural depicts how Broadway Street, in Old Town Beaverton, looked from 1910 through the 1920s. It shows the M.P. Cady General Merchandise store, the first Bank of Beaverton, Earl E. Fisher's Gazebo Bandstand and the Thrifty Market. The Beaverton History Center, which opened in July 2010, calls the nearly 100-year-old Thrifty Market building its home. Read more about it here: Link to Article