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Mendell, G H - State: Oregon - Year: 1855 - File Number: M669

[Blank], [Blank] - State: Oregon - Year: 1859 - File Number: O125

[Blank], [Blank] - State: Oregon - Year: 1859 - File Number: O157

Williams' Tourists' Map of Colorado and the San Juan Mines

Map of Colorado Territory Embracing the Central Gold Region

Elevation and Detail Drawing for the Lighthouse at Cape Arago, Oregon

Map of Oregon traced in the Adjutant General's Office

Elevation and Section of First Order Lighthouse at Tillamook Rock, Oregon

Fisherman at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River, Oregon

Wide-View of Fishermen at Celilo Falls and the Celilo Bridge

Fisherman at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River, Oregon

Wide-View of Fishermen at Celilo Falls and the Celilo Bridge

Water Use: Electricity - Oregon

Lake Scenes - Oregon

Forest Mensuration: Surveying/Studies - Oregon

Cut -Over Areas (Repeat Series) - Oregon

Effects of Grazing - Oregon

Ocean Scenes - Oregon

Historical Buildings - Oregon

Forest Mensuration: Surveying/Studies - Oregon

Scenery and Landscapes - Oregon

Fishing - Oregon

Forest Fire Equipment: Fire Trucks - Oregon

Animal Damage - Oregon

Forest Diseases - Oregon

Resorts and Other Dwellings - Oregon

Active Fires - Oregon

Streamflow Studies - Oregon

Range Revegetation - Plant Control - Oregon

Camping and Picnicking - Oregon

Smokejumpers: Training - Oregon

Camping and Picnicking - Oregon

Cattle Grazing - Oregon

Roads - Oregon

Logging: Felling - Oregon

Visitor Information Services - Oregon

Lake Scenes - Oregon

Public Relations - Oregon

Hiking / Riding - Oregon

Lake Scenes - Oregon

Historical Buildings - Oregon

Signs - Oregon

Lake Scenes - Oregon

Logging Camps and Crews - Oregon

Soil Studies - Oregon

Shelterbelts: Windbreaks - Oregon

Fire Control: Detection - Oregon

Disease Control - Oregon

Scenery and Landscapes - Oregon

Pruning - Oregon

Cattle Grazing - Oregon

Effects of Grazing - Oregon

Seasoning and Shipping Lumber - Oregon

Administrative Structures - Oregon

Camping and Picnicking - Oregon

Scenery and Landscapes - Oregon

Communications: Radios - Oregon

Veneer and Plywood Making - Oregon

Hunting - Oregon

Fishing - Oregon

Cattle Grazing - Oregon

Dust Storms - Oregon

Logging: High Lead Log Skidding - Oregon

Smokejumpers: Training - Oregon

Forest Fire Camps - Oregon

River Scenes - Oregon

Geological Formations - Oregon

Waterfall Scenes - Oregon

Recreation Improvements - Oregon

Visitor Information Services - Oregon

Geological Formations - Canyons - Oregon

Road Construction - Oregon

Waterfall Scenes - Oregon

Winter Sports - Oregon

Forest Diseases - Oregon

Historical Miscellaneous - Oregon

Hiking / Riding - Oregon

Logging: Loading Logs - Oregon

Hunting - Oregon

Logging: Loading Logs - Oregon

Winter Sports - Oregon

Recreation Improvements - Oregon

Range Revegetation - Plant Control - Oregon

Foresters at Work - Oregon

Logging: Scaling - Oregon

Cut -Over Areas (Repeat Series) - Oregon

Water Use: Electricity - Oregon

Burned -Over Areas - Oregon

Smokejumpers: Training - Oregon

Lake Scenes - Oregon

Camping and Picnicking - Oregon

Ungulates: Deer - Oregon

Lake Scenes - Oregon

Range Revegetation - Plant Control - Oregon

Communications: Radios - Oregon

Administrative Structures - Oregon

Large Sawmills - Oregon

Farm Products - Oregon

Lake Scenes - Oregon

Roads - Oregon

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