Wayne Morse Farm
Wayne Morse Farm is an historic home in Eugene, Oregon named after former United States Senator and former Dean of University of Oregon Law School, Wayne Morse. He and his family lived there beginning in 1936, the year it was built. It was designed by architect Wallace S. Hayden in the Colonial Revival style. Morse served as a senator from 1944-1968. The house and the farm are now a park which is operated by the Wayne Morse Historical Park Corporation, whose aim is preserve and promote Morse's personal and political legacy.
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