Untitled (Kyron Horman Memorial)
Unknown (Hancock Shaker Village Member), Unknown (Skyline Grange #894 Community Member), Cooper Campbell
1820-1850 (original), 1974-1979 (1st replica), 2017 (2nd replica)
White Pine
Promised to Skyline Grange #894

    On June 4th, 2010, seven-year-old Kyron Horman was abducted from Skyline Elementary School in Multnomah County. The subsequent investigation constituted the largest manhunt in Oregon history. The informal neighborhood home base for the duration of the manhunt was Skyline Grange Hall #894, furnished with a dozen folding tables and pine benches made and donated by a community member around 1974. The benches are said to be reproductions of a piece produced by the carpenters at the Hancock Shaker Village during the first half of the 19th century.
    Untitled (Kyron Horman Memorial) is a reproduction of both the original Shaker Piece, as well as the benches found at the Skyline Grange. Untitled (Kyron Horman Memorial) was built in New York and is promised to Skyline Grange #894 as a permanent memorial to the disappearance of Kyron Horman.