A Pictorial History of the Moore Family Legacy
This is a sort of continuation of what was in our last Umpqua Trapper (Spring 2012 issue). This page will have color photos of some of those that were used in the Trapper. It will also have some photos that did not make it into the Trapper.
Remember the goal of this particular issue was to celebrate the gifts given from the Moore family to the Roseburg area, and to the Douglas County Historical Society. We urge you to visit the Floed Lane House and view personally these items on these pages.
The Floed-Lane House
544 SE Douglas Avenue, Roseburg, Oregon
The same old sign that was put on the Lillie Moore home.
The Moore Family Bible
The piano in the parlor that Mr. Moore had shipped into Roseburg.
Sea shells and other items from Lillie Moore’s home.
This pin belonged to Lillie’s mother, Alice Moore.
Books from the Moore and Lane Family collections.
More books from the Moore and Lane Family collections.
Close up of the piano in the parlor.
Same quilt as the one talked about in the Spring 2012 Trapper. Miss Lillie Moore was quite the seamstress!!!
Same quilt, different stitches.
The quilt was made in 1890.
Miss Moore’s autograph.
A little girls dress in the sunlight.
A Miss Lillie Moore dress hat.