Half way down a nondescript street in Portland are a few plaques of remembrance to Hazel Hall. An all but forgotten poet who watched the world go by from her upstairs window as she was wheelchair bound. From here she would fashioned her poetry. At her height of fame she was called Emily Dickinson of Oregon. She published three books of Poetry. Curtains in 1921, Walkers in 1923 and 1928 City of Time was publish posthumously. She died of illness at the age of 36.
106 NW 22nd Place
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