A History and Architectural Survey
TABLE OF CONTENTS
"Cover by Edna Kennel/Lane Community College Graphic Artist".
Section One: History
I. Background and Construction
II. Early Days of Light Tending
III. An End to Isolation
IV. World War II and Beyond
V. Ghostly Headlines
Section Two: Grounds, Architecture, and Alterations
I. Structures and Grounds
II. Alterations to Landscape
III. Architecture of Heceta House
V. Into the Future
List of Keepers
January 10, 1985
Heceta House is owned by the United States Forest Service and primary responsibility for its operation is the obligation of the Waldport Ranger District. Lane Community College leases the house and utilizes it according to Forest Service policy guidelines. The Light House is still operated as a navigational aid by the United States Coast Guard.
Proceeds from sales of this book are to be used for establishing a development fund for Heceta House. These funds are to be expended on projects which would restore the house to most closely duplicate its original appearance as constructed in 1893.
Any further questions concerning this book or Heceta House may be addressed to the United States Forest Service Waldport Ranger District, or Lane Community College.
Last Updated: 04-Aug-2008