Frank Lloyd Wright’s Gordon House located in Silverton, Oregon is the only of Wright’s designs in the state and the only open for touring in the Pacific Northwest. The Gordon House was deconstructed in 2000 by a team of preservationists and relocated from Wilsonville to Silverton, and reconstructed outside the Oregon Garden. It’s here that the house hosts thousands of visitors annually. A team of employees and volunteers work to support the mission of educating the public on Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural approach and principles of organic architecture. Beyond maintenance and preservation of the home, information must be made available to the many supporters and donors regarding the work being done to preserve this slice of history.