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1. St. Peter's Dome, Columbia River, Oregon St. Peter's Dome, Columbia River, Oregon Rock formations; Rocks; Waterfalls; Trees; Mountains; Hills; Rivers; Steamboats; Islands; A tinted photographic postcard. The legend in red at the top reads "St. Peter's Dome, Columbia River, Oregon." The pillar of rock stands out in the landscape, with its dome-shaped top and stratigraphic...

2. The Needles, Cape Horn on the Columbia River The Needles, Cape Horn on the Columbia River Rock formations; Cliffs; Rocks; Waterfalls; Rivers; Trees; Riverbanks; A black-and-white photographic postcard. The printed caption at upper right reads "The Needles, Cape Horn on the Columbia River". The view is of a rock formation known as The Needles, with a waterfall...

3. Cape Horn, Near Celilo, Columbia River Cape Horn, Near Celilo, Columbia River Capes (Coasts); Rocks; Rock formations; Rivers; Railroad tracks; Railroads; Utility poles; Water; Hills; A black-and-white sterographic photograph with the caption "Cape Horn, near Celilo, Columbia River". Printing on the cardboard mounting indicates it is number 1323 in the set of "Watkin's Pacific Coast"...

4. 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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