If These Wall Could Talk will explore the history and stories from some of southern Oregon’s most historic buildings, a fun and informative look at why these buildings are significant. You’ll never look at an old building the same way.
George Kramer has a MS in historic preservation from the UofO and has been researching and writing about Oregon buildings for over 30 years. The author of all four of Ashland’s historic district nominations, of Medford’s downtown historic district, and dozens of other individual listings in Jackson County, he has evaluated nearly 10,000 structures all over Oregon for NR-eligibilty. George is an Advisor to the National Trust for Historic Preservation and RestoreOregon, the statewide non-profit, a former Chair of the Oregon Heritage Commission, and the current Vice-Chair of the Oregon Cultural Trust. George and wife live in a 1911 bungalow in Ashland.