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"O.27. Hood River Crossing."

A railroad track crosses Hood River. Houses in the town of Hood River are visible in the background. Loose duplicate plate in 5/5. This plate is part of Carlton Watkin's "Sun Sketches of Columbia River Scenery" album.

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View of Lost Lake and Mount Hood

Photograph showing a view of Lost Lake in the foreground and Mount Hood in the background. Two people fish on a rowboat in Lost Lake. Stamp on the bottom of the print indicates an 1899 copyright by Benj. A. Gifford. Typed writing on the back reads, "Mt. Hood and Lost Lake."

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Mitchell Point - Columbia River above Cascades

Platinum print of a sandy beach on the shore of the Columbia River with Mitchell's Point visible in the distance. Handwritten inscription on the back of the print reads, "Mitchell Point - Columbia River above Cascades." Signed, "Lily E. White," in the lower right corner of the print.

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North Buttress of the Bridge of the Gods - Cascades of the Columbia

Platinum print of the North Buttress of the Bridge of the Gods at the Cascades on the Columbia River. Handwritten inscription on the back of the print reads, "North Buttress of the Bridge of the Gods - Cascades of the Columbia." Signed, "Lily E. White," in the lower right corner of the print.

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Mt. Hood at Hood River

Platinum print of Mount Hood taken from the Washington side of the Columbia River with Hood River visible in the foreground. Handwritten inscription from the back of the print reads, "Mt. Hood at Hood River." The print is unsigned but attributed to Lily E. White.

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Mitchell Point

Platinum print of a sandy beach on the shore of the Columbia River with Mitchell's Point visible in the distance. Handwritten inscription on the back of the print reads, "Mitchell Point." Signed, "Lily E. White," in the lower right corner of the print.

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Letter from Masuo Yasui to Yasui Brothers Company, 02 September 1908

Letter from Masuo Yasui in Portland to Yasui Brothers Company in Hood River, postmarked September 2, 1908. Masuo begins the letter by mentioning some other correspondence and writes that he understands the requests in a letter he received. He discusses the work he has been doing as a labor contractor and his difficulty in finding laborers to fulfill a contract for a job which is to start in two days. Masuo laments his poor planning but writes that he views this setback as an opportunity for growth and vows to find the required laborers for the job. He also expresses his disappointed that one of his brothers would not be present in Portland for a purchase of goods. Masuo reiterates his intention to work hard and addresses a number of business and financial matters. He ends the letter with an accounting of various amounts of money owed to or from a number of people. Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

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Cascades below the Locks

A photograph of the Cascade Mountains below the locks. The Columbia River, mountains, trees, and a structure in the water are visible.

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Card from Masuo Yasui to Shidzuyo Miyake, 07 April 1911

A greeting card from Masuo Yasui in Hood River, Oregon to Shidzuyo Miyake in Japan, dated April 7, 1911. In the card, which is written in both English and Japanese, Masuo writes that he accepts Shidzuyo's love and promises that they will be united and live the rest of their lives together. Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

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Letter from Reverend K. Kanazawa to Masuo Yasui, 21 July 1915

Letter from Reverend K. Kanazawa to Masuo Yasui dated July 21, 1915. In the letter Kanazawa requests that Masuo host him for a speech that he would like to deliver. He mentions a similar speech that was recently given at his church that drew a large audience, and expresses his hope for a similar turnout. He also suggests that Masuo should have his children baptised and give them a religious education. Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

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Automobiles on the Bridge at Shepperd's Dell on the Columbia River Highway

Photograph of several automobiles crossing the bridge at Shepperd's Dell on the Historic Columbia River Highway in the Columbia River Gorge. Two people stand on either side of the bridge, looking over the railing. The people in the automobiles look toward the camera. Writing on the bottom of the print indicates a 1915 copyright by the Weister Co.

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Letter from Kichizo Noji to Masuo Yasui, 30 April 1916

Letter from Kichizo Noji to Masuo Yasui dated 30 April 1916. In the letter, Noji thanks Yasui for his support in arranging for his wife's travel to the United States. Noji married his wife, Asayo, on the 12 July 1916 in Seattle, Washington.
Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

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