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1. ""Winter and Reflection"" showing Castle Rock, Columbia River ""Winter and Reflection"" showing Castle Rock, Columbia River Riverbanks; Rivers; Rock formations; Firs; Rowboats; Mountains; Trees; Winter; Snow; Colored image of Castle Rock on the Columbia River. This is a winter scene with snow on the riverbanks and tree limbs. Bare trees line the riverbanks of the Columbia River, merging with the green fir trees...

2. 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...

3. Pillars of Hercules and Columbia River. (On the Road of the O. R. R. & Nav. Co.) Pillars of Hercules and Columbia River. (On the Road of the O. R. R. & Nav. Co.) Rivers; Roads; Rock formations; Riverbanks; Utility poles; Trees; Hills; Riverbanks; Railroad tracks; Colored image. Seen from above, the Pillars of Hercules rock formation faces the Columbia River. In the left foreground are winding train tracks identified as the "O. R. R. & Nav. Co. Road" that passes...

4. Pillars of Hercules on the Columbia River Pillars of Hercules on the Columbia River Rock formations; Utility poles; Trees; Tree stumps; Firs; Road construction; Riverbanks; Hills; Colored image. Close-in view of the Pillars of Hercules rock formation as seen from the vista of the Columbia River, facing the riverbank. In the foreground is the riverbank where it touches upon a sandy...

5. Along the Columbia River, Hercules Pillars Along the Columbia River, Hercules Pillars Rivers; Roads; Rock formations; Riverbanks; Utility poles; Trees; Hills; Riverbanks; Sepia image. Seen from above, the Pillars of Hercules rock formation faces the Columbia River. In the left foreground is a winding road that passes between the Pillars. There are four utility poles alongside...

6. 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...

7. Palisades along the Columbia River Palisades along the Columbia River Rock formations; Firs; Mountains; Trees; Rivers; Hills; Sepia image of the rock formation known as Palisades -- a segment of the Columbia River basalt formations. The Palisades sit up on the hillside above the banks of the Columbia. At the base of the rock...

8. Columbia River from St. Peter's Dome, Castle Rock in distance Columbia River from St. Peter's Dome, Castle Rock in distance Rock formations; Rocks; Men; Rivers; Valleys; Riverbanks; Cliffs; Trees; Mountains; Hats; Shirts, Men's; Overalls; Boots; Waterfalls; Roads; A colored photographic postcard. At the top left in red is the legend "Columbia River from St. Peter's Dome, Castle Rock in distance". In the foreground a man wearing a gray hat, red shirt, greeny-gold...

9. View from above Pillars of Hercules. Along Columbia River. Locomotive on OWRN tracks between Pillars View from above Pillars of Hercules. Along Columbia River. Locomotive on OWRN tracks between Pillars Rivers; Railroad locomotives; Trees; Rocks; Rock formations; Riverbanks; Utility poles; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Seen from above, a steam locomotive passes between the Pillars of Hercules rock formation along the Columbia River. Trees line the riverbank and rocks and trees are partially submerged in the river close...

10. Castle Rock, on Washington shore of Columbia River. Sailboats and three rowboats in river, surrounding Castle Rock, on Washington shore of Columbia River. Sailboats and three rowboats in river, surrounding small steamboat, Sakana Rivers; Rock formations; Mountains; Firs; Men; Women; Riverbanks; Rowboats; Sailboats; Steamboats; A black and white image of Castle Rock on the Columbia River. Fir trees line the riverbank and the shoreline in the immediate foreground is covered with stones and pebbles. Five rowboats or sailboats surround...

11. Castle Rock, Columbia River Castle Rock, Columbia River Rock formations; Rocks; Rivers; Riverbanks; Water; Trees; A black-and-white stereoscopic view published by C.E. Watkins. The caption reads "Castle Rock, Columbia River". A rocky beach is in the foreground. Across the river deciduous trees line the river, with...

12. 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"...

13. Cape Horn, Columbia River Cape Horn, Columbia River Capes (Coasts); Rivers; Water; Trees; Rock formations; Rocks; A black-and-white stereoscopic view published by O.W. Watson Co. of Spokane, Washington. The caption reads "Cape Horn, Columbia River". In the foreground is the river. On the far bank rounded rock columns...
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