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The 1920s Tudor Revival house on the corner of NW Jackson Street and Arnold Way may be small, but hosts many cultural events. The former Asian & Pacific Cultural Center, now named the Einerson House, was renovated in 2018 to house the Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center (CMLC), a learning center dedicated to community building, education, mentoring and more.
|Address||2638 NW Jackson Street|
|Year Built||1920s; Purchased in 1967|
Currently: Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center; Previously: Asian & Pacific Cultural Center
|Previous Name(s)||Asian & Pacific Cultural Center|
Joseph Nicoli Einerson and Marie Mathilda Einerson- Corvallis residents who lived at this house (1937-1967) and owned a wholesale candy and tobacco store in Corvallis called Einerson’s
Reviving the Einerson House: From an article written September 26th, 2018, describing the change which took place as the Asian and Pacific Cultural Center moved out of the Einerson House, and the Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center moved in.
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Corvallis OR 97331–4501