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Shelton-McMurphey-Johnson House [OR]

The Shelton-McMurphey-Johnson House stands as a classic example of Queen Anne-style Victorian mansion of the late 19th century. The home is located on a hill overlooking Eugene, Oregon, and was built in 1888. Today, the house stands as a historic house museum, and is open year-round.

The house offers tours, special events including social functions and guest lectures, and exhibits on the history of Eugene and the families that lived in the house. The website offers seven photo albums featuring past events, an events calendar, a brief history of the house, visitor information, and online newsletters.

 
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