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1. McKenzie Bridge Ranger Station McKenzie Bridge Ranger Station Covered bridges; Ranger stations; Bridges McKenzie Bridge Ranger Station, Looking through the old McKenzie covered bridge

2. Wood River Wood River Landscape photographs; Rivers -- Oregon; Bird's-eye views The Wood River at its source near the boundary of the Rogue River National Forest.

3. Payday at a sawmill Payday at a sawmill Lumber Industry; Sawmills; Employees Payrolls! It is estimated that the lumber industry of the Klamath Basin employs some 6,000 people, and provides a livlihood for 30,000 to 35,000 people in Klamath County.

4. Collier State Park display Collier State Park display State parks & reserves; Lumber industry; Big Wheel, forerunner of today's logging arch, on display at the Collier State Park Logging Museum.

5. Tree planting Tree planting Women; Tree planting; Conservation & restoration A tree is planted by a member of an all-women crew employed by the Rigdon Ranger District.

6. Ray Engles Ray Engles Rangers; Horses; Forests McKenzie Ranger District-- Ray Engles, District Ranger

7. Snow Peak Logging Company private logging road Snow Peak Logging Company private logging road Logging trucks; Log transportation; Lumber industry The Kenworth turcks are loaded with Douglas-fir logs from the Crabtree burn. USFS photo #429710

8. Mt. Jefferson, looking across Detroit Lake from State Highway 22 in Linn County, Oregon Mt. Jefferson, looking across Detroit Lake from State Highway 22 in Linn County, Oregon Mountains -- Oregon; Lakes & ponds; Forests USFS photo #483654

9. 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.

10. Main street, Amity, Oregon Main street, Amity, Oregon Streets; Cities & towns; Buildings; Stores & shops

11. Two men on the engine of an old logging train Two men on the engine of an old logging train Railroad locomotives; Men; Lumber industry; Log transportation

12. Mott Bridge crossing the North Umpqua River at Steamboat Mott Bridge crossing the North Umpqua River at Steamboat Bridges; Forests; Rivers -- Oregon; Fog

13. Mott Bridge crossing the North Umpqua River at Steamboat Mott Bridge crossing the North Umpqua River at Steamboat Bridges; Forests; Rivers -- Oregon

14. Famous Hole Famous Hole Rivers -- Oregon; Forests The Famous hole was located on the North Umpqua River at Rock Creek.

15. North Umpqua's treacherous narrows North Umpqua's treacherous narrows Rivers -- Oregon; Forests

16. Coos Bay Lumber Company caboose at Powers, Oregon Coos Bay Lumber Company caboose at Powers, Oregon Railroad cabooses; Lumber industry; Lumber; Log transportation

17. Rock Creek Hatchery building Rock Creek Hatchery building Buildings; Fish hatcheries The Rock Creek Hatchery building was located east of Roseburg, Oregon, on the North Umpqua River.

18. Entrance to Oregon Caves Entrance to Oregon Caves Caves; Rock formations

19. Savage Rapids Dam Savage Rapids Dam Dams; Rivers -- Oregon

20. Looking south from Chapman Point, Cannon Beach, Oregon Looking south from Chapman Point, Cannon Beach, Oregon Beaches; Scenic overlooks; Oceans Photograph was hand colored.
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