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1. Marshfield, Oregon Marshfield, Oregon Bird's-eye views; Cities & towns

2. Coos Bay, Oregon Coos Bay, Oregon Bird's-eye views; Cities & towns

3. Bandon, Oregon Bandon, Oregon Cities & towns; Stores & shops;

4. Ashland, Oregon Ashland, Oregon Cities & towns; Dwellings

5. Canal around Willamette Falls, Oregon City, Oregon Canal around Willamette Falls, Oregon City, Oregon Canals; Log transportation; Lumber industry; Cities & towns; Rivers -- Oregon Photograph was hand colored.

6. View of Portland, Oregon View of Portland, Oregon Cities & towns; Buildings; Bird's-eye views; Residential streets; Stores & shops

7. Bird's eye view of Pendleton Bird's eye view of Pendleton Bird's-eye views; Cities & towns Bird's eye view looking north

8. Court Street Court Street Streets; Cities & towns; Stores & shops Court Street, Pendleton, Oregon.

9. Main Street Main Street Streets; Cities & towns Main Street, Pendleton, Oregon.

10. View of flooded portion of Vanport, Oregon View of flooded portion of Vanport, Oregon Floods; Cities & towns; Rivers -- Oregon; Disasters; Bird's-eye views Vanport City was located between the Portland city boundary and the Columbia River. Vanport was destroyed on May 30, 1948 when a section of the dike collapsed during a flood on the Columbia River.

11. View of flooded portion of Vanport View of flooded portion of Vanport Floods; Cities & towns; Disasters; Bird's-eye views Vanport City was located between the Portland city boundary and the Columbia River. Vanport was destroyed on May 30, 1948 when a section of the dike collapsed during a flood on the Columbia River.

12. Aerial view of flood at Vanport City, Oregon Aerial view of flood at Vanport City, Oregon Floods; Rivers -- Oregon; Disasters; Bird's-eye views; Cities & towns Vanport City was located between the Portland city boundary and the Columbia River. Vanport was destroyed on May 30, 1948 when a section of the dike collapsed during a flood on the Columbia River.

13. View of Jantzen Beach park during the Vanport flood View of Jantzen Beach park during the Vanport flood Floods; Rivers -- Oregon; Disasters; Bird's-eye views; Cities & towns Vanport City was located between the Portland city boundary and the Columbia River. Vanport was destroyed on May 30, 1948 when a section of the dike collapsed during a flood on the Columbia River.

14. Seventh Street looking north from Morrison, Elks Reunion, Portland, Oregon Seventh Street looking north from Morrison, Elks Reunion, Portland, Oregon Streets; Cities & towns; Buildings

15. Band on horseback, Elks Parade, Portland, Oregon Band on horseback, Elks Parade, Portland, Oregon Bands; Horseback riding; Cities & towns; Parades & processions

16. Cottage Grove Cottage Grove Cities & towns; Bird's-eye views

17. View of La Grande, Oregon View of La Grande, Oregon Cities & towns; Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Bird's-eye views

18. Port Orford, Oregon Port Orford, Oregon Bird's-eye views; Cities & towns; Stores & shops

19. Mill City railroad bridge Mill City railroad bridge Bridges; Railroad bridges; Cities & towns

20. Port Orford, Oregon Port Orford, Oregon Bird's-eye views; Cities & towns; Beaches
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