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First Train on New SP&S Welded Rails

Photograph showing 2 men standing next to a locomotive. The locomotive has a sign taped to it that reads, "First train on new SP&S welded rails, 77 miles John Day Dam relocation, Corps of Engineers." The man on the left wears a military uniform and a name tag that reads, "Yates." The man on the right wears a hard hat and points toward the locomotive. Stamp on the back of the print for Jim Vincent, Staff Photographer, The Oregonian.

Vincent, James Colin, 1931-2018

Damage from 1964 Christmas Flood, canal

Photograph showing damage to a fenced area due to the 1964 Christmas Flood (likely in the Clackamas River area). An man-made canal can be seen on the right side of the frame, with damaged fencing running along the river to the left. Much of the fencing appears to have fallen downhill towards the rapidly moving river. In the foreground, two men in long jackets face away from the camera. (Image note: see related image PGE 64-606-8.2).

1964 Christmas Flood, spillway

Photograph showing a spillway structure during the 1964 Christmas flood (taken December of 1964). Water can be seen rapidly spilling down the structure, with a small building visible at the far side of the river. High water levels can be seen upriver, in addition to forested hillsides and trees.

Scenic view of Willamette Falls

Photograph showing water cascading down Willamette Falls in Oregon City. Industrial buildings can be seen just above the falls, with a rocky cliff and houses visible in the background. Above the waterfall is a spillway. Written one of the of large industrial buildings is "Publishers Paper Co."

Spillways at Bonneville Dam

Photograph of water rushing out of the spillways of the Bonneville Dam in the Columbia River Gorge. Taken from the Washington side of the dam. A person leans over a railing on the lower right, watching the scene. A cloud of mist rises from the water. Stamp on the back of the print reads, "Restricted Photograph: Do not reproduce without written license agreement, Photo-Art Commercial Studios."

Photo-Art Commercial Studios (Portland, Or.)

Fishing vessel near refrigerated railcar, Astoria, Oregon

Two members of a fishing boat crew prepare to unload a barrel of black cod from a boat onto a pier. A third crew member takes notes. The boat has a banner that reads, "Eardley." A refrigerated railcar is visible on the pier in the background. Handwritten note on back of print reads, "Unloading black cod from boat at Eardley Dock. An express refrigerator in background." Stamp on back reads, "If this photograph is used for reproduction, kindly use the following credit line: Hedrich-Blessing Studio."

Hedrich-Blessing (Firm)

Oregon Trunk Railway tracks through Maupin, Oregon

View of Maupin, Oregon taken from the top of a rimrock. Railroad tracks for the Oregon Trunk Railway run along the Deschutes River at the edge of the town. The typed description on the back of the photograph reads, "Oregon Trunk Tracks, station, grain elevator, and Deschutes River at Maupin, Ore."

Photo-Art Commercial Studios (Portland, Or.)

Railroad Employees Pose Outside a Train

Photograph of 3 railroad employees posing outside a train. From left to right, they are a conductor, a brakeman, and another conductor. The conductor on the left stands on the ground while the brakeman and conductor on the right stand on the steps leading up into the train. All 3 hang onto a handlebar on the outside of the train. They look at the camera and smile. Stamp on the back for Alfred A. Monner, photographer for the Oregon Journal.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Crown Zellerbach lumber products shipped from Saint Helens, Oregon

Photograph showing four men standing in front of a freight car loaded with plywood. The men are wearing suits and waving at the camera. between them they hold a sign that reads, "Hi Rollie! Crown Zellerbach's first plywood from St. Helens, Oregon. Destination: Southland Building Products, Arkansas." The typed note on the back of the photograph reads, "Crown Zellerbach officials gave rousing send off to first carload of sanded plywood from nation's newest plywood plant at St. Helens, Oregon. Shipment is destined for Rollie Remmel, Southland Building Products, Little Rock, Arkansas. From Left: Plant superintendent L. F. Dean, resident manager Walter Koch, sales manager Russell Harkema and general manager John Fulton."

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