Buildings	  Named	  to	  Honor	                         Women	                              [A	  Quiz]	                   ...
1.	  Of	  	  the	  67,000	  sites	  on	  the	  Historic	   Register	  how	  many	  named	  for	  women	  :	  A.     [9,820...
2.	  First	  Federal	  building	  named	  after	  a	   women?	  A.     [Juliet	  Gordon	  Lowe]	  B.     [Mary	  E	  Switz...
3.	  First	  Federal	  Building	  named	  for	  a	    women	  by:	  A.    [Woodrow	  Wilson	  1918]	  B.    [Franklin	  Ro...
4.	  Multnomah	  County	  	  dedicated	  a	  building	  to	  a	  women,	  when	  ?	  A.    [1950]	  B.    [1982]	  C.    [...
4.	  Which	  Congressman	  presented?	  A.    [Earl	  Blumneaur]	  B.    [Edith	  Green]	  C.    [Wendall	  Wyatt]	  D.   ...
6.	  Named	  to	  Honor	  a:	  A.    [Former	  Commissioner]	  B.    [For	  A	  Cash	  Donation]	  C.    [Leading	  Educat...
7.	  That	  Women	  was:	  A.    [Arlene	  Schnitzer]	  B.    [Gladys	  McCoy]	  C.    [Margret	  Carter]	  D.    [Virpi	 ...
8.	  Multnomah	  County	  Has	  How	  Many	  Buildings	  Named	  for	  Women:	  A.    [2]	  B.    [None]	  C.    [11]	  D....
End	  of	  quiz	   Answers	  to	  follow	  
Answers	  1.    D	  360	  (	  3%	  of	  inventory	  2.    B	  Mary	  E	  Switzer	  Washington,	  DC	  3.    D	  Richard	  ...
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A Quiz to Test Your Knowledge of Buildings That Have Been Named to Honor Women

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We take for granted the names of the world around us. Here's a quick peek into the world of buildings named to honor women. The first in Oregon was the Wikman Building.

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A Quiz to Test Your Knowledge of Buildings That Have Been Named to Honor Women

  1. 1. Buildings  Named  to  Honor   Women   [A  Quiz]   June  12,  2012  
  2. 2. 1.  Of    the  67,000  sites  on  the  Historic   Register  how  many  named  for  women  :  A.  [9,820]  B.  [67,000]  C.  [58]  D.  [360]    
  3. 3. 2.  First  Federal  building  named  after  a   women?  A.  [Juliet  Gordon  Lowe]  B.  [Mary  E  Switzer]  C.  [Margret  Chase  Smith]  D.  [Edith  Green-­‐Wendall  Wyatt]    
  4. 4. 3.  First  Federal  Building  named  for  a   women  by:  A.  [Woodrow  Wilson  1918]  B.  [Franklin  Roosevelt  1946]  C.  [Dwight  Eisenhower  1959]  D.  [Richard  Nixon  1972]  
  5. 5. 4.  Multnomah  County    dedicated  a  building  to  a  women,  when  ?  A.  [1950]  B.  [1982]  C.  [2011]  D.  [1976]  
  6. 6. 4.  Which  Congressman  presented?  A.  [Earl  Blumneaur]  B.  [Edith  Green]  C.  [Wendall  Wyatt]  D.  [Robert  B  Duncan]  
  7. 7. 6.  Named  to  Honor  a:  A.  [Former  Commissioner]  B.  [For  A  Cash  Donation]  C.  [Leading  Educator]  D.  [Community  Organizer]  
  8. 8. 7.  That  Women  was:  A.  [Arlene  Schnitzer]  B.  [Gladys  McCoy]  C.  [Margret  Carter]  D.  [Virpi  Lea  Wikman]  
  9. 9. 8.  Multnomah  County  Has  How  Many  Buildings  Named  for  Women:  A.  [2]  B.  [None]  C.  [11]  D.  [36]   BONUS  QUESTION  
  10. 10. End  of  quiz   Answers  to  follow  
  11. 11. Answers  1.  D  360  (  3%  of  inventory  2.  B  Mary  E  Switzer  Washington,  DC  3.  D  Richard  M  Nixon  1972  4.  B  1982  5.  A  Earl  Blumenauer,  then  County  Chair  6.  D  Community  Organizer  7.  D  Virpi  Lea  Wikman  8.  A  Wikman  and  McCoy  Buildings  

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