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1. Battle Axe Inn, Government Camp, Oregon Battle Axe Inn, Government Camp, Oregon Taverns (Inns); Vehicles; Tourism; Unincorporated communities

2. Battle Axe Inn in midwinter, Government Camp, Oregon Battle Axe Inn in midwinter, Government Camp, Oregon Taverns (Inns); Vehicles; Snow; Tourism; Unincorporated communities

3. Cars and Mt. Hood in winter Cars and Mt. Hood in winter Automobiles; Mountains -- Oregon; Snow; Tourism; Volcanoes

4. Beaumont's "The House of Myrtlewood" Beaumont's "The House of Myrtlewood" Stores & shops; Tourism

5. Stump House Stump House Tree stumps; Redwoods; Tourism "The Stump House" in Eureka, California. Made of one log, 20 feet in diameter. The tree was 308 feet high.

6. 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.

7. World Famous Tree House World Famous Tree House Redwoods; Trees; Tourism World Famous Tree House, "Fraternal Monarch", Lilley Redwood Park
Floor space: 21' x 27'
Diameter: 33 ft

8. The Aneroid on Wallowa Lake, Oregon The Aneroid on Wallowa Lake, Oregon Lakes & ponds; Boats; Tourism

9. Jaw bone of a whale Jaw bone of a whale Bones; Tourism Jaw bone of a whale, Oregon Coast Highway

10. Quadruped tree Quadruped tree Redwoods; Trees; Tourism Quadruped tree, Redwood Highway.

11. Redwood slab Redwood slab Redwoods; Trees; Tourism Redwood slab, 2,100 years old, Richardson Grove.

12. At Richardson Grove State Park At Richardson Grove State Park Redwoods; Trees; Tourism At Richardson Grove State Park.
1,250 years old, 95,000 board feet.

13. The Redwood Shrine Tree The Redwood Shrine Tree Redwoods; Trees; Tourism Drive through "The Redwood Shrine Tree" at Myers, Redwood Highway.

14. The Doust Tree The Doust Tree Redwoods; Trees; Tourism Drive through the "Doust Tree", 20 miles north of Garberville, Redwood Highway.

15. Seaside beach roundabout Seaside beach roundabout Beaches; Streets; Tourism

16. Steamer Klamath on Lower Klamath Lake, Oregon Steamer Klamath on Lower Klamath Lake, Oregon Steamboats; Lakes & ponds; Passengers; Tourism

17. Steamer Winema with passengers at Pelican Bay, Klamath County, Oregon Steamer Winema with passengers at Pelican Bay, Klamath County, Oregon Steamboats; Lakes & ponds; Passengers; Tourism

18. Tallest totem pole in the world Tallest totem pole in the world Totem poles; Tourism The tallest totem pole in the world, 120 ft. Totem Pole Park, Crescent City, Redwood Highway.
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