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Tentative Rae Room OpeningMemorial Day 2021May 31, 2021Rae Room Opening Countdown
- Anyone curious about the fascinating story of Portland's magnificent Rae tomb will appreciate this recently discovered photo shared by family member Ruth Adkinson. This image shows George Rae, the man in the tomb, along with his first wife Lottie Rae (left). George Rae's second wife and the woman who had the Rae tomb constructed for her and George is Elizabeth Rae (right). For details, buy 'Whispers From The Tomb,' now available in e-book, print and audiobook formats. #oregon #history #portland #biography #nonfiction
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