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1. U.S.S. Constitution, "Old Ironsides" in Portland, Oregon U.S.S. Constitution, "Old Ironsides" in Portland, Oregon Ships; Constitution (Frigate); Government vessels;

2. Railroad car with logs postcard verso Railroad car with logs postcard verso Correspondence

3. Railroad car with logs at the Portland Lumber Company landing Railroad car with logs at the Portland Lumber Company landing Railroad cars; Log transportation; Loggers; Lumber industry;

4. Steamers and sailing ships in harbor at Portland, Oregon? Steamers and sailing ships in harbor at Portland, Oregon? Ships; Sailboats; Harbors

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

6. View of Portland Harbor View of Portland Harbor Harbors; Rivers -- Oregon; Boats; Sailing ships; Shipping; Stern wheelers Photograph was hand colored.

7. Multnomah Falls Multnomah Falls Waterfalls; Streams -- Oregon Multnomah Falls is the tallest waterfall in Oregon and the second-tallest year-round waterfall in the nation. The waterfalls are 620 feet high.

8. Multnomah Falls with wooden bridge Multnomah Falls with wooden bridge Waterfalls; Bridges; Tourism Multnomah Falls is the tallest waterfall in Oregon and the second-tallest year-round waterfall in the nation. The waterfalls are 620 feet high. Photograph was hand colored.

9. High water at Union Station, Portland, Oregon High water at Union Station, Portland, Oregon Union Station (Portland, Ore.); Floods

10. Lighthouse at the junction of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers Lighthouse at the junction of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers Lighthouses; Rivers -- Oregon Photograph was hand colored.

11. Lighthouse at the junction of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers Lighthouse at the junction of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers Lighthouses; Rivers -- Oregon

12. Stacks of salmon cans at the Astoria, Oregon, cannery Stacks of salmon cans at the Astoria, Oregon, cannery Canneries; Canned foods; Business enterprises

13. Commercial Street, Astoria, Oregon, covered in snow Commercial Street, Astoria, Oregon, covered in snow Snow; Cities & towns; Stores & shops

14. Wharves at Astoria, Oregon Wharves at Astoria, Oregon Piers & wharves; Buildings; Waterfronts;

15. Galena grounded at Clatsop Spit Galena grounded at Clatsop Spit Ships; Shipwrecks; Beaches

16. View of Hood River Railroad depot, O.R. & N. Depot, and Mt. Hood Hotel View of Hood River Railroad depot, O.R. & N. Depot, and Mt. Hood Hotel Railroad stations; Hotels; Steam engines; Railroad tracks; Railroad locomotives Photograph was hand colored.

17. Logs tossed into Nortwestern Power Company's lake Logs tossed into Nortwestern Power Company's lake Lakes & ponds; Lumber industry; Log storage Logs tossed into Nortwestern Power Company's lake from every swollen stream feeding the White Salmon River.

18. Columbia Light Ship no. 50 Columbia Light Ship no. 50 Ships; Piers & wharves; Group portraits

19. Sea-going log raft with 8,000,000 feet of timber Sea-going log raft with 8,000,000 feet of timber Rafts; Lumber industry; Log transportation Photograph was hand colored.

20. Cradle of an ocean-going log raft, Oregon Cradle of an ocean-going log raft, Oregon Rafts; Log transportation; Lumber industry "The heavy logs from the Oregon forest being too large for transportation by boat or rail, immerse rafts are constructed as shown in this picture and are "towed" down the coast to California saw mills."--postcard...
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