A bird's-eye view map of the Rogue River Valley in Southern Oregon, featuring Grant's Pass, Oregon. The map is a real estate promotional map painted by Gibson Catlett for the Land Department of the Grants Pass & Rogue River Rail Road. The caption at the bottom center of the map reads, "The Famous Rogue River Valley / The coming Inland Metropolis of Southern Oregon, GRANTS PASS; with its Seventy Thousand acres of unsurpassed apple, peach and diversified farming lands contributory, now being tapped by rail for the first time by the GRANTS PASS & ROGUE RIVER RAILROAD, traversity the already settled APPLEGATE AND WILLIAMS VALLEY, adjacent to which are TWO BILLION STANDING FEET of saw timber, paying gold and copper mines, limestone and marble quarries, and, last but not least, the world renowned Marble Halls, one of the Thousand Wonders." The map is not drawn to scale and relief is shown by shading and pictorially.
Photograph showing a distant view of Pasco, Washington, taken from an agricultural field on the outskirts of the town. The Franklin County Courthouse is visible on the left. Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "Pasco, Wash."
Photograph showing approximately a dozen horses pulling a combine through an agricultural field in front of a farmhouse in Goldendale, Washington. Several farm workers stand on the combine. Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "Combine working 4 miles out of Goldendale." Second handwritten note reads, "Klickitat Co, Wn." Third handwritten note reads, "A Washington-Oregon combine harvester." Stamp on the back indicates that a reproduction of this print was ordered from Hicks-Chatten Engraving Co. on November 16, 1911. Second stamp on the back reads, "The North Bank Road, Portland, Ore."
Photograph showing cows standing in a dirt area in front of a dairy farm. Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "Dairy ranch." An invoice taped to the back of the print indicates that SP&S ordered a print of this photograph from Hicks-Chatten Engraving Co. on March 2, 1911.
Photograph showing a view of a prune orchard near Washougal, Washington. The Columbia River flows in the background. Typed note on the back of the print reads, "Partial view of Prune orchard in bloom, and prune dryer on bank of Columbia River three miles east of Washougal Wash. on North Bank Road. The owner of this orchard says it has cleared him an average of one hundred dollars an acre for years. These Columbia river lands are ideal for prune growing, and this industry is becoming more profitable every year." Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "5 1/2 acres cleared $900, 1910." Stamp on back for Hicks-Chatten Co., Photo Engravers.
Photograph showing a man standing behind an apple tree in an orchard near Lyle, Washington. He holds aside a branch, making his face visible through the tree. Typed note on the back of the print reads, " 13587--Weister, Portland. Shows two year old Ortley Apple tree in the orchard of W.I. Butler, seven miles North of Lyle, Klickitat County, Wash. This tree bore five or six apples at two years of age and made over three feet of growth of new wood. The owner is holding his hand on the twig where this year's growth began. Tree planted in Spring of 1908; photo taken July, 1910." Stamp on the back for Hicks-Chatten Engraving Co. in Portland, Oregon.