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1. Coos Bay Lumber Company log drive on the East Fork of the Coquille River Coos Bay Lumber Company log drive on the East Fork of the Coquille River Rivers -- Oregon; Log transportation; Lumber industry This was one of the last log drives in the U.S.

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

3. View of the Coos River, Oregon View of the Coos River, Oregon Rivers -- Oregon; Houses; Croplands

4. 28,000 feet of spruce, Smith Powers camp, Coos County, Oregon 28,000 feet of spruce, Smith Powers camp, Coos County, Oregon Loggers; Cutover lands; Lumber industry; Spruces; Group portraits

5. Steamer Czarina in the breakers at the mouth of Coos Bay, Oregon Steamer Czarina in the breakers at the mouth of Coos Bay, Oregon Steamboats; Shipwrecks

6. Lumber mill on highway between Marshfield and North Bend, Oregon Lumber mill on highway between Marshfield and North Bend, Oregon Sawmills; Lumber industry; Lumber

7. Birdseye view of Marshfield, Oregon Birdseye view of Marshfield, Oregon Bird's-eye views; Cities & towns; Shipping; Harbors; Lumberyards; Lumber industry

8. Towing a log raft at Marshfield, Coos County, Oregon Towing a log raft at Marshfield, Coos County, Oregon Rafts; Towing; Lumber industry; Log Transportation

9. Wreck of the Steamer Santa Clara Wreck of the Steamer Santa Clara Shipwrecks; Ships; Steamboat accidents; Steamboats

10. Summer home of L. J. Simpson, Shore Acres, Coos County, Oregon Summer home of L. J. Simpson, Shore Acres, Coos County, Oregon Houses; Trees; State parks & reserves L. J. Simpson was the owner of Simpson Lumber Company. Shore Acres is now an Oregon State Park.

11. C.A. Smith Mill, Coos County, Oregon C.A. Smith Mill, Coos County, Oregon Sawmills; Lumber industry;

12. 7300 ton steamer carrying 2 million board feet of Coos Bay lumber to China 7300 ton steamer carrying 2 million board feet of Coos Bay lumber to China Steamboats; Lumber industry; Log transportation; Shipping The ship was loaded at Marshfield, Oregon.

13. Cattle grazing in the Harney Valley of Central Oregon Cattle grazing in the Harney Valley of Central Oregon Cattle; Livestock; Grazing; Meadows

14. Panoramic view of Marshfield, Oregon (now Coos Bay) Panoramic view of Marshfield, Oregon (now Coos Bay) Cities & towns; Panoramic views; Bird's-eye views; Houses

15. Panoramic view of Marshfield, Oregon (now Coos Bay) Panoramic view of Marshfield, Oregon (now Coos Bay) Cities & towns; Panoramic views; Bird's-eye views; Houses

16. View of lumber mill at Marshfield, Oregon (now Coos Bay) View of lumber mill at Marshfield, Oregon (now Coos Bay) Sawmills; Lumber industry; Lumber; Water towers;

17. One haul of the net, Coos Bay, Marshfield, Oregon One haul of the net, Coos Bay, Marshfield, Oregon Fish; Fishing boats; Fishermen;

18. Twelve foot Spruce log from Gardiner, Oregon Twelve foot Spruce log from Gardiner, Oregon Spruces; Trees; Lumber industry

19. View of Gardiner, Oregon View of Gardiner, Oregon Cities & towns; Buildings; Unincorporated communities; Piers & wharves

20. Gardiner mill wharf, Gardiner, Oregon Gardiner mill wharf, Gardiner, Oregon Mills; Piers & wharves; Unincorporated communities
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