This fine view of 610 Oak Street (the Davidson House) is from the Davidson Copper Collection. That's a nice Model T Roadster Pickup parked out front.
This home is now the Oak Street Hotel. Other than the air conditioners, they have done a wonderful job preserving it very much as you see it here.
Category: [Downtown Hood River]
Great to see before and after pictures of homes, thanks. Nice comparison of cars also..
Kenn on 3rd December 2019 @ 7:16am
I have stayed at this hotel several times and it is quite nice and maintains an older feeling which I enjoyed.
Bill Seaton on 3rd December 2019 @ 8:39am
If you like the "before" and "after" pictures, check out this one I recently updated:
ArthurB on 3rd December 2019 @ 10:04am
Hopefully you will get a photo of the most decorated Christmas lights house in town! I think she has put her mother in charge and it gets better every year. Really sets the mood for downtown Christmas shopping.
nels on 3rd December 2019 @ 11:03am
Great idea, I'll try to get a picture of this house when it is fully decorated.
ArthurB on 3rd December 2019 @ 1:52pm
I am confused, which isn't unusual for me.
Is this different than the Davidson/Childs historic home? Which, I thought was the Davidson family home on Oak St.
L.E. on 3rd December 2019 @ 2:22pm
Was it legal to park on the wrong side of the street back then? Also, it looks like they lost the chimney on the west end of the house somewhere along the way.
kmb on 3rd December 2019 @ 6:16pm
To clarify: This was Horatio Davidson's house from 1909. The Davidson-Chllds House (725 Oak) was Payton and Frank Davidson's 1904 home. I'm not sure if they're related.
ArthurB on 4th December 2019 @ 9:45am
Thank you for the photo. I have a Christmas photo from 2018 if you let me know how to post it. My mother, Lemora Joyce McCarty, did the hotel decorations for every season from 2002 until her passing in 2019. If you want other seasonal photos let me know.
Denise McCravey on 4th December 2019 @ 1:34pm