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Clarke, Rowena M - State: South Carolina - Year: 1866
Historic Columbia River Highway - Interpretive Sign at Rowena Loops Overlook

Historic Columbia River Highway - Interpretive Sign at Rowena Loops Ov...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: People explore the Rowena Loops Overlook on the Historic Columbia River Highway near an interpretive sign. Location: Location: Oregon (... More

Historic Columbia River Highway - Tight Curves on the Rowena Loops

Historic Columbia River Highway - Tight Curves on the Rowena Loops

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: The Rowena Loops section of the Byway is a marvel of engineering. Looking far below shows the tremendous hairpin curves the roadbed take... More

Historic Columbia River Highway - The Rowena Loop

Historic Columbia River Highway - The Rowena Loop

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: The Historic Columbia River Highway loops around beneath the Rowena Crest Viewpoint. Byway travelers descend from the viewpoint to the l... More

Historic Columbia River Highway - Stonework on the Rowena Loops

Historic Columbia River Highway - Stonework on the Rowena Loops

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: Restored or original stonework lines the highway on the Rowena Loops. Location: Location: Oregon (45.682° N 121.299° W) Status: Public... More

Historic Columbia River Highway - On the Rowena Loops

Historic Columbia River Highway - On the Rowena Loops

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: Stone or cement work railings line this sharp curve on the Rowena Loops section of the Historic Columbia River Highway. Location: Locat... More

Historic Columbia River Highway - Hairpin Curve on the Rowena Loops

Historic Columbia River Highway - Hairpin Curve on the Rowena Loops

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: The hairpin curve of the Rowena Loops area of the Historic Columbia River Highway is visible from the Rowena Overlook. Location: Locati... More

Lt. Col. Stephen Murphy, Nashville District commander,

Lt. Col. Stephen Murphy, Nashville District commander,

Lt. Col. Stephen Murphy, Nashville District commander, welcomes Tony Sloan and Tom Allen, managing members of Marina at Rowena, LLC, to sign the lease agreement for Lake Cumberland's Marina at Rowena during a s... More

Tony Sloan,managing member of Marina at Rowena, LLC,

Tony Sloan,managing member of Marina at Rowena, LLC,

Tony Sloan,managing member of Marina at Rowena, LLC, signs the lease agreement for Lake Cumberland's Marina at Rowena during a signing ceremony July 5, 2017 at the district headquarters in the Estes Kefauver Fe... More

Corps of Engineers officials and signatories pose for

Corps of Engineers officials and signatories pose for

Corps of Engineers officials and signatories pose for a group photo at the conclusion of the lease signing ceremony for Lake Cumberland's Marina at Rowena held held at the district headquarters in the Estes Kef... More

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