Boy and the Boot.

Boy and the Boot

Field review by the editors.

Baker City, Oregon

This Boy and the Boot once stood in front of the county courthouse, and probably arrived the same year that it opened: 1908. The fountain in which he stood is still there, but the Boy was moved into the courthouse lobby on June 9, 1975. His formerly battered appearance has been repaired and given a gilded finish, and his protective glass showcase suggests that he should be viewed as a valuable work of art.

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Boy and the Boot

Baker County Courthouse

Address:
1995 3rd St., Baker City, OR
Directions:
In the ground floor lobby of the Baker County Courthouse. Downtown, on the west side of 3rd St. between Washington and Court Aves.
Hours:
M-F 8-5 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
541-523-6305
Admission:
Free
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