Fishwheel on the Columbia River, Oregon

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OrgLot78_B2F6_008

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Fishwheel on the Columbia River, Oregon

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  • 1909 (Creation)

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black-and-white prints (photographs); 9.6 x 6.3 inches

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(1909-1914)

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Photograph of a fishwheel on the Columbia River in the Columbia River Gorge. Taken from the Oregon side of the river, looking west. A large mountain is visible across the river in Washington. Handwriting on the back of the print reads, "Fish Wheel at Moffetts (Bonneville Dam)." Stamps on the front and the back of the print indicate a 1909 copyright by Kiser Photo Co. for SP&S Ry.

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No Copyright - United States http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/

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Spokane, Portland, and Seattle Railway photographs; Org. Lot 78; Box 2, Folder 6; 008

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0f71d874-1b43-44b5-b597-23b763ddb6f6-OrgLot78_B2F6_008.jpg

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4.9 MiB

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