Jeffrey McCarter's Profile

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As a child, I grew up in the family businesses of metal and plastic manufacturing throughout the 1970's and 80's. Metal manufacturing was a part of my family for a better part of the early to mid 20th Century. I enjoyed my time as a small boy watching my father and grandfather troubleshoot manufacturing production and engineering issues in the company business. Only until years later, I realized the quality of products and materials manufactured throughout the world in the early and mid 20th Century are far superior to any other time. I simply appreciate the products that have survived from that time, and enjoy bringing them back to be admired again by others. A true Oregon native, I am proud to be a six generation Oregonian. My Great Grandmother Munra pioneered railroad eating houses throughout the Oregon Terriory in the late 19th Century. Her pioneer contributions are rewarded with "Munra Point" and "Munra Falls in the…

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  • Male
  • Born on July 19
  • Joined December 21, 2011

Favorite materials

Wood, Cast Iron, Steel, Chrome, Silver, Leather, Bakelite, Glass, Plastic

About

As a child, I grew up in the family businesses of metal and plastic manufacturing throughout the 1970's and 80's. Metal manufacturing was a part of my family for a better part of the early to mid 20th Century. I enjoyed my time as a small boy watching my father and grandfather troubleshoot manufacturing production and engineering issues in the company business. Only until years later, I realized the quality of products and materials manufactured throughout the world in the early and mid 20th Century are far superior to any other time. I simply appreciate the products that have survived from that time, and enjoy bringing them back to be admired again by others. A true Oregon native, I am proud to be a six generation Oregonian. My Great Grandmother Munra pioneered railroad eating houses throughout the Oregon Terriory in the late 19th Century. Her pioneer contributions are rewarded with "Munra Point" and "Munra Falls in the Columbia River Gorge.

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