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Prairie Farmhouse is a boutique store in Albany, Oregon run by Gini Christie, who owned and operated Peabody’s Antiques in Albany for 17 years, and has over 30 years experience in antiques. She is excited to reopen this store with her daughters Ashley and McKenzie.
The store will be a mix of one-of-a-kind antiques with new clothing and unique jewelry lines, plus home accessories you can’t find anywhere else. It is a great opportunity for shoppers to find a gift for themselves, their friends and their home.
The boutique also features artisans from the Pacific Northwest along with fun clothing and jewelry lines from small, family owned companies.
"We carry what we love and what we'd have in our own home."
We’re excited to return to this beautiful historic building that’s always been a part of the family.
After plying the gold fields in California, James Dannals settled in Albany in the 1800’s with his wife and eight children where he started a furniture factory downtown. His son, Oscar, was a blacksmith and built the brick building we now call home around 1897. Oscar’s son, Clyde (and our great-uncle), carried on the family business here until 1942.
Much of the original structure remains and we’ve worked hard to keep it that way. You’ll still find a wall of rings from the horses in the west wall!
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