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1. Steamboats in the rapids approaching Cascade Locks, Columbia River Highway, Oregon Steamboats in the rapids approaching Cascade Locks, Columbia River Highway, Oregon Steamboats; Stern wheelers; Rivers; Riverbanks; Locks (Hydraulic engineering); Water; Boats; Trees; Smoke; Houses; Islands; A black and white view of three steamboats in the water approaching Cascade Locks on the Columbia River. The paddlewheel of the large stern wheeler to the left of the photo can be clearly seen. This ship...

2. Noggi Wah-kee-na-falls Columbia Highway Ore. Noggi Wah-kee-na-falls Columbia Highway Ore. Waterfalls; Water; Streams; Bridges; Stone bridges; Rocks; Cliffs; Leaves; Trees; Plants; A black-and-white photo. The caption in white ink at the bottom reads "Noggi Wah-kee-na-falls Columbia Highway Ore." The waterfall tumbles down from a cleft in the cliffs and descends in tiers, at last...

3. No. 698 Foot trail bridge at Wah-kee-na Falls. Columbia Highway Ore. No. 698 Foot trail bridge at Wah-kee-na Falls. Columbia Highway Ore. Waterfalls; Water; Bridges; People; Trails & paths; Trees; Tree limbs; Leaves; Stone bridges; Cliffs; Clothing & dress; Staffs (Sticks); Hats; Streams; A black-and-white photograph. At the bottom in white ink is written "No. 698 Foot trail bridge at Wah-kee-na Falls. Columbia Highway Ore." The leafy branches of a tree form a frame of the view to the left...

4. No. 669. Multnomah Falls. 700 feet. Columbia Highway Ore. No. 669. Multnomah Falls. 700 feet. Columbia Highway Ore. Waterfalls; Roads; Bridges; People; Automobiles; Water; Trees; Cliffs; Clothing & dress; Hats; Convertible automobiles; Tires; Stone bridges; A black-and-white photograph. At the bottom is written in white ink "No 669. Multnomah Falls. 700 feet. Columbia Highway Ore." and a copyright statement with two illegible initials and the name Lavalleur....

5. McCord Creek Falls Columbia River Highway, Ore. #495 McCord Creek Falls Columbia River Highway, Ore. #495 Waterfalls; Water; Streams; Rocks; Trees; Leaves; Forests; Roads; A black-and-white photograph. Written on the bottom in white is the caption "McCord Creek Falls Columbia River Highway, Ore. 495". The water from the falls is shown streaming towards the camera over rounded...

6. Columbia River Gorge from Chanticleer Inn. Columbia River Gorge from Chanticleer Inn. Hotels; Valleys; Riverbanks; Rivers; Water; Islands; Trees; Buildings; Roads; A black-and-white photograph of the Columbia River Gorge taken from the site of the Chanticleer Inn, which was built in 1912 and burned in 1930. It is now the Portland Women's Forum State Scenic Viewpoint....

7. No. 161. Columbia River Highway near Celilo, Ore. No. 161. Columbia River Highway near Celilo, Ore. Roads; Rivers; Mountains; Hills; Utility poles; People; Riverbanks; Trees; Water; Fences; A black-and-white photograph. Written on the bottom in white ink is "No. 161. Columbia River Highway near Celilo, Ore. B.C. Markham The Dalles Ore." In the foreground is a stretch of the highway. It looks...

8. Columbia River Highway: A State Road That Is a Model of Artistic Engineering Columbia River Highway: A State Road That Is a Model of Artistic Engineering Scenic overlooks; Rivers; Passes (Landforms); Mountains; Tourism; Automobile travel; Bridges; Tunnels; Roads; Civil Engineering; 4 p. Article describing the building of the Columbia River Highway, including construction details. The article also contains six photographs: one full-page photograph depicting a picturesque curve around...

9. Beautiful Link in Our Highway System Beautiful Link in Our Highway System Scenic overlooks; Rivers; Passes (Landforms); Mountains; Tourism; Automobile travel; Bridges; Tunnels; Roads; 1 p. article describing the building of the Columbia River Highway, including construction details. The article also contains four photographs: one depicting the bridge at Shepperd's Dell, one depicting...

10. Through the Columbia River Gorge by Auto Through the Columbia River Gorge by Auto Article by Randall R. Howard. The author describes the construction of the Columbia River Highway, and takes us on an automobile journey along the Highway from Portland, Oregon to The Dalles and Celilo...

11. Columbia River Highway Columbia River Highway Rivers; Riverbanks; Road construction; Roads; Mountains; Bridge construction; Bridges; Tunnels; Civil engineering; Engineering & construction; 20 p. An offprint of the journal Contracting, this pamphlet contains four reprints of articles and photographs previously published in the summer of 1916. Three articles are reprinted from Contracting,...

12. The Vista House at Crown Point on the Columbia River Highway near Portland, Oregon (Written in pencil The Vista House at Crown Point on the Columbia River Highway near Portland, Oregon (Written in pencil on back of photo) Scenic overlooks; Buildings; Rivers; Valleys; Riverbanks; Trees; Mountains; Hills; Roads; Fences; Automobiles; Cliffs; Stone buildings; Roofs; Utility poles; A black-and-white photograph with the number 8601 written in white ink on the lower left corner. On the back of the photo is written in pencil "The Vista House at Crown Point on the Columbia River Highway...

13. No. 32 Ghost Falls, a section of Wah-kee-na Falls. Columbia River Highway, Oregon No. 32 Ghost Falls, a section of Wah-kee-na Falls. Columbia River Highway, Oregon Waterfalls; Water; Plants; Ferns; Trees; Tree limbs; Rocks; A black-and-white photograph of a waterfall identified as Ghost Falls, and said to be a section of Wah-kee-na Falls, located off the Columbia River Highway. The water seems to both be running over tiers...

14. Multnoma Falls. Height 620 Ft. Columbia River Highway, Oregon. #457. Multnoma Falls. Height 620 Ft. Columbia River Highway, Oregon. #457. Waterfalls; Bridges; Cliffs; Water; Rocks; Trees; Leaves; Forests; Shrubs; Mountains; Stone bridges; A black-and-white photograph. At the bottom in white ink is written "Multnoma Falls. Height 620 Ft. Columbia River Highway, Oregon. #457. c. Cross & Dimmitt". The 542-foot length of the upper cataract...
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