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1. C. & E. Bridge across the Willamette River, Albany, Oregon C. & E. Bridge across the Willamette River, Albany, Oregon Bridges; Steamboats; Rivers;

2. Men fishing at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River Men fishing at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River Bridges; Waterfalls -- Columbia River; Fishermen; Platforms; Rivers -- Oregon

3. Steel bridge Steel bridge Transportation; Bridges; Streams -- Oregon The steel bridge, 252 ft. to the water. Highest on the Pacific Highway.

4. W. V. Fuller and cooperative educational showboat at the Cavitt Creek Unemployment Relief Camp, Umpqua W. V. Fuller and cooperative educational showboat at the Cavitt Creek Unemployment Relief Camp, Umpqua National Forest Camps; Fuller, W. V. ; Bridges; Tents USFS photo #282898

5. Rogue River at Grants Pass Rogue River at Grants Pass Transportation; Bridges; Rivers -- Oregon

6. Men fishing at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River Men fishing at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River Bridges; Fishermen; Platforms; Waterfalls -- Columbia River; Rivers -- Oregon

7. Highest piling bridge in the world, P.R. & N. Railroad Highest piling bridge in the world, P.R. & N. Railroad Bridges; Railroad tracks; Forests; Tree stumps P. R. & N. Railroad was the Pacific Railway & Navigation Company.

8. Men fishing at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River Men fishing at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River Bridges; Fishermen; Platforms; Waterfalls -- Columbia River; Rivers -- Oregon

9. Man in basket above Celilo Falls on the Columbia River Man in basket above Celilo Falls on the Columbia River Waterfalls -- Columbia River; Rivers -- Oregon; Pulleys; Bridges

10. Rogue River Bridge Rogue River Bridge Rivers -- Oregon; Bridges Rogue River Bridge, Gold Beach, Oregon. The most beautiful bridge in America.

11. Roseburg - Coos Bay Highway Roseburg - Coos Bay Highway Roads; Transportation; Bridges;

12. Trout fishing at bridge along the Salmonberry River, Oregon Trout fishing at bridge along the Salmonberry River, Oregon Bridges; Fishing; Rivers -- Oregon; Recreation

13. Chetco River, Oregon Coast Highway Chetco River, Oregon Coast Highway Rivers -- Oregon; Bridges

14. East entrance to tunnel on Drain-Reedsport Highway East entrance to tunnel on Drain-Reedsport Highway Tunnels; Roads; Transportation; Bridges

15. Nehalem River Nehalem River Rivers -- Oregon; Bridges; Forests

16. Wooden foot bridge - 1 Wooden foot bridge - 1 Bridges, Rivers, National Forests Rivers National forests Wooden foot bridge over river [Santiam National Forest, Oregon]

17. Umpqua River, Reedsport-Drain Highway Umpqua River, Reedsport-Drain Highway Covered bridges; Rivers -- Oregon; Roads; Transportation

18. Wooden foot bridge - 2 Wooden foot bridge - 2 Bridges, Rivers, National Forests Rivers National forests Wooden bridge over river shown from side [Santiam National Forest, Oregon]

19. Umpqua River, Reedsport-Drain Highway Umpqua River, Reedsport-Drain Highway Rivers -- Oregon; Bridges

20. Trestle through timberbelt, Oregon Trestle through timberbelt, Oregon Trestles; Railroad bridges; Railroad locomotives Trestle through timberbelt, Oregon, on the P.R. & N. railroad.
P. R. & N. Railroad was the Pacific Railway & Navigation Company. Photograph was hand colored.
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