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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.

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

  • Buildings  Named  to  Honor   Women   [A  Quiz]   June  12,  2012  
  • 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]    
  • 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]    
  • 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]  
  • 4.  Multnomah  County    dedicated  a  building  to  a  women,  when  ?  A.  [1950]  B.  [1982]  C.  [2011]  D.  [1976]  
  • 4.  Which  Congressman  presented?  A.  [Earl  Blumneaur]  B.  [Edith  Green]  C.  [Wendall  Wyatt]  D.  [Robert  B  Duncan]  
  • 6.  Named  to  Honor  a:  A.  [Former  Commissioner]  B.  [For  A  Cash  Donation]  C.  [Leading  Educator]  D.  [Community  Organizer]  
  • 7.  That  Women  was:  A.  [Arlene  Schnitzer]  B.  [Gladys  McCoy]  C.  [Margret  Carter]  D.  [Virpi  Lea  Wikman]  
  • 8.  Multnomah  County  Has  How  Many  Buildings  Named  for  Women:  A.  [2]  B.  [None]  C.  [11]  D.  [36]   BONUS  QUESTION  
  • End  of  quiz   Answers  to  follow  
  • 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