In Search of Portland

Hazel Hall House

Hazel Hall House

Poet Hazel Hall was once called the Emily Dickinson of the West, and her acclaimed poetry of the 1920s was written from a house in Northwest Portland near 22nd and Burnside that even inspired many of her poems. In our first interview, we'll talk with University of Oregon emeritus professor John Witte, who edited a collection of Hall's poems published in 2000. In our second interview, we talk with the husband-and-wife team of textile designers living in the Hazel Hall House today and carrying on its spirit of creativity, Trish and Neale Langman.

Duration: 54 min

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