Columbia River, Mt. Adams in the Distance
Title:
Columbia River, Mt. Adams in the Distance
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused


Crossing Shepherds Dell
Title:
Crossing Shepherds Dell
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Aerial View of Bonneville Dam
Title:
Aerial View of Bonneville Dam
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo

Description:
Brubaker Between OR and WA.


Bonneville Tunnel
Title:
Bonneville Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo



Cascade Locks
Title:
Cascade Locks
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused


Multnomah Falls
Title:
Multnomah Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
A drop of 620 feet. Oregon's most spectacular attraction, situated on the world famous Columbia River Highway, noted for its scenic grandeur.



"Needle" Rock on Oregon Coast
Title:
"Needle" Rock on Oregon Coast
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo


Oneonta Tunnel
Title:
Oneonta Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Rowena Loops, Columbia River Highway
Title:
Rowena Loops, Columbia River Highway
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo PM 1936 Jun-7


Needle Rock, Columbia River highway
Title:
Needle Rock, Columbia River highway
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo PM Sep-21



Oneonta Tunnel
Title:
Oneonta Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Castle Rock, Columbia River, Height 800 Feet
Title:
Castle Rock, Columbia River, Height 800 Feet
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused



Columbia River Highway Bridge Over Eagle Creek in Oregon National Forest Reserve Park
Title:
Columbia River Highway Bridge Over Eagle Creek in Oregon National Forest Reserve Park
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused


Rapids of the Columbia River Below Cascades
Title:
Rapids of the Columbia River Below Cascades
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-25



Curve of the "Figure Eight", Columbia River Highway
Title:
Curve of the "Figure Eight", Columbia River Highway
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Shepherds Dell, Columbia RIver Highway
Title:
Shepherds Dell, Columbia RIver Highway
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



View from Crown Point, Columbia Highway
Title:
View from Crown Point, Columbia Highway
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Seining for Salmon, Columbia River
Title:
Seining for Salmon, Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1912 Jul-27



Fish Wheel, Seen From the Columbia River Highway
Title:
Fish Wheel, Seen From the Columbia River Highway
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused


Mitchell's Point Tunnel
Title:
Mitchell's Point Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Winter and Relection Showing Castle Rock Columbia River
Title:
Winter and Relection Showing Castle Rock Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back


Multnomah Falls Lodge, Erected 1925
Title:
Multnomah Falls Lodge, Erected 1925
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border



Bridal Veil Falls, Banks of the Columbia River
Title:
Bridal Veil Falls, Banks of the Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused


Bonneville Dam
Title:
Bonneville Dam
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Oneonta Tunnel
Title:
Oneonta Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Dedication of Vista House
Title:
Dedication of Vista House
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Tunnel Through Cliff
Title:
Tunnel Through Cliff
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Tunnel Near Deschutes River
Title:
Tunnel Near Deschutes River
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Crown Point from Chanticleer Inn
Title:
Crown Point from Chanticleer Inn
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo PM 1917 Mar-17


Eagle Creek Trail
Title:
Eagle Creek Trail
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Hogge Tunnel at Oneonta Gorge
Title:
Hogge Tunnel at Oneonta Gorge
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Necktie of Wahkeenen Falls
Title:
Necktie of Wahkeenen Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Along the Columbia River
Title:
Along the Columbia River
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


"Shepherds Dell"
Title:
"Shepherds Dell"
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Trail Into Mountains
Title:
Trail Into Mountains
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Bridge on Highway
Title:
Bridge on Highway
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



View from Eagle Creek Pass, Bridge of the Gods
Title:
View from Eagle Creek Pass, Bridge of the Gods
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


McCord Creek & Bridge
Title:
McCord Creek & Bridge
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Eagle Creek Pass
Title:
Eagle Creek Pass
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Vista House, Crown Point
Title:
Vista House, Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Figure Eight
Title:
Figure Eight
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


"Figure Eight"
Title:
"Figure Eight"
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Oneonta Tunnel
Title:
Oneonta Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


View from Crown Point
Title:
View from Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Crown Point from "Chanticleer"
Title:
Crown Point from "Chanticleer"
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Sunset on the Columbia from Crown Point
Title:
Sunset on the Columbia from Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



"Oneonton Gorge"
Title:
"Oneonton Gorge"
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Oneonta Gorge
Title:
Oneonta Gorge
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Bridal Veil Falls
Title:
Bridal Veil Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Mitchell's Point Tunnel, 600 Ft. Long
Title:
Mitchell's Point Tunnel, 600 Ft. Long
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Crown Point
Title:
Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Falls at Shepherds Dell
Title:
Falls at Shepherds Dell
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Crown Point and Vista House
Title:
Crown Point and Vista House
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Multnomah Falls, 620 Ft
Title:
Multnomah Falls, 620 Ft
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Vista House, Crown Point
Title:
Vista House, Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Along the Columbia River
Title:
Along the Columbia River
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Columbia River from Crown Point
Title:
Columbia River from Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Horsetrail Falls
Title:
Horsetrail Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Oneonta Tunnel
Title:
Oneonta Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Waukegan Falls
Title:
Waukegan Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Mitchell Tunnel
Title:
Mitchell Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Oneonta Gorge
Title:
Oneonta Gorge
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Bonneville Tunnel
Title:
Bonneville Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Vista House and the Columbia River
Title:
Vista House and the Columbia River
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Castle Rock
Title:
Castle Rock
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Along the Columbia River
Title:
Along the Columbia River
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Cascade Locks
Title:
Cascade Locks
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


"Simmons-By-The-Falls"
Title:
"Simmons-By-The-Falls"
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo PM 1938 Jul-23



Sheperds Dell Bridge and Dome
Title:
Sheperds Dell Bridge and Dome
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Salmon Jumping Rapids of Columbia River
Title:
Salmon Jumping Rapids of Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Shepherds Dell Bridge
Title:
Shepherds Dell Bridge
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Winding Around the West End of Shepperd's Dell
Title:
Winding Around the West End of Shepperd's Dell
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused



Eagles Nest Observatory Rest
Title:
Eagles Nest Observatory Rest
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Near Eagle Creek, rounding Tooth Mountain


Interior Salmon Cannery
Title:
Interior Salmon Cannery
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused



Castle Rock on Columbia River
Title:
Castle Rock on Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border


Largest Lift Navigation Lock in the World
Title:
Largest Lift Navigation Lock in the World
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Linen PM 1948 Jul-8

Description:
Air View of $100,000,000 Bonneville Dam on Columbia River Highway connecting Oregon and Washington



Cascade Locks
Title:
Cascade Locks
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-26


Castle Rock and Bridge of the Gods, Columbia River
Title:
Castle Rock and Bridge of the Gods, Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused

Description:
Kiser Photo Co., Portland, Oregon



Vista House, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Title:
Vista House, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
Vista House-- Crown Point A state owned view point affording a magnificient view from one of the highest points reached by the Columbia River Highway. With sheer walls below a panoramic view is presented, reaching far down and up the river. Parking space for many cars


Cascade Locks
Title:
Cascade Locks
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused



Bridal Veil Falls
Title:
Bridal Veil Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Bridal Veil Falls
Title:
Bridal Veil Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Castle Rock
Title:
Castle Rock
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Oneonta Gorge
Title:
Oneonta Gorge
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Rowen Point
Title:
Rowen Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Bishop's Cap
Title:
Bishop's Cap
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Figure Eight
Title:
Figure Eight
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Mullnomah Falls
Title:
Mullnomah Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused

Description:
620 feet high



Eagles Nest
Title:
Eagles Nest
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Horsetail Falls
Title:
Horsetail Falls
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Vista House at Crown Point
Title:
Vista House at Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo PM 1930 Aug-15


Inspiration Point
Title:
Inspiration Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Vista House at Crown Point
Title:
Vista House at Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Crown Point; "Vista House"
Title:
Crown Point; "Vista House"
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Bishop's Cap
Title:
Bishop's Cap
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused

Description:
Probably no scenic Highway in America, except the 1600 mile long Oregon Coast Highway, offers such magnificent scenery in concentrated variety as that which borders the Columbia River highway in Oregon


View from Crown Point
Title:
View from Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



View from Crown Point
Title:
View from Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Vista House at Crown Point
Title:
Vista House at Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Castle Rock
Title:
Castle Rock
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Figure Eight
Title:
Figure Eight
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Latourell Falls
Title:
Latourell Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Vista House - Crown Point
Title:
Vista House - Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Wahkeena Falls
Title:
Wahkeena Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Bridal Veil Falls
Title:
Bridal Veil Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo PM 1919 Jul-25



Figure Eight
Title:
Figure Eight
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Latourell Falls
Title:
Latourell Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Rowen Point
Title:
Rowen Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Gorge if the Columbia
Title:
Gorge if the Columbia
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Gorge of the Columbia
Title:
Gorge of the Columbia
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Shepherds Dell
Title:
Shepherds Dell
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Pasco-Kennewick Bridge
Title:
Pasco-Kennewick Bridge
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


A Pleasure Trip on Beautiful Columbia River
Title:
A Pleasure Trip on Beautiful Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused



Inspiration Point
Title:
Inspiration Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Windows in Mitchell's Point Tunnel
Title:
Windows in Mitchell's Point Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Not only is Mitchell a Point tunneled, but it has five gigantic windows overlooking the Columbia and the mountains beyond. Nothing like it is known anywhere, save in a certain point in France and in the famous Axenstrasse along the shore of Lake Lucerne in Switzerland, and that has only three windows, while Mitchell's Point has five. It also has parapets at the windows and seats for visitors within



Approach to Oneonta Bluffs
Title:
Approach to Oneonta Bluffs
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Magnificent view of the great Columbia river from the highway, showing Castle rock in the distance. One of the favorite views of the thousands of motorists who travel over the Highway each week, and said by many to equal in beauty the famous German Rhine


Vista House at Crown Point
Title:
Vista House at Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused



Vista House
Title:
Vista House
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused


Viewpoint of Surpassing beauty
Title:
Viewpoint of Surpassing beauty
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Multitudes have from this point gazed on the wonderful beauty of nature and felt their souls expand and their vision enlarge under the spell of this enchanting spot. This viewpoint must ever give the keenest delight to those who appreciate the beautiful, and remain among the choicest memories of the Highway. In the distance is Mt. Hamilton, below the shining Columbia River like broad ribbons of silver



Approach to Mitchell's point
Title:
Approach to Mitchell's point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border PM 1920 Aug-7

Description:
This shows the approach to tunnel at Mitchell's Point, which is located beyond Cascade Locks and near Hood River. This tunnel has five gigantic windows overlooking the Columbia and the mountains beyond, and is particularly interesting because it is the most expensive pieces of consturction on the highway


Multnomah Falls, Benson and highway bridges
Title:
Multnomah Falls, Benson and highway bridges
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Multnomah Falls, unquestionably the queen of all Amerian cataracts. The stream rises out of Larch Mountain, the famous viewpoint of the Cascades, to which a trail is built. It has many falls along its picturesque course and the climax of its dashing is the smashing leap it makes for union with the Columbia. There are, in fact, two falls. The first has a perpendicular of 600 feet and the waters pound into a circular basin with cannon like reverberations course swiftly under a slenderly arched bridge only to drop again almost 70 feet nearly to the lever of Columbia. "ON UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM."



Wah-kee-na Falls
Title:
Wah-kee-na Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Wah-kee-na Falls, Columbia River Highway, showing the foot trail bridge, where tourists may stop and view this beautiful fall. Wah-kee-na Falls has its setting in Benson Park, recently presented to the City of Portland. Cloud-high above you and to the south is a mountian three thousand feet high and from its base leaps the stream, full born, and cold as liquid ice


Showing a Curve of the "Figure Eight"
Title:
Showing a Curve of the "Figure Eight"
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Where Columbia River Highway forms the "Figure Eight." Dappled with sunshine and shadow, forest tress all above, the highway here forms a figure eight, with varying elevations and a maximum grade of 5%



Thumb Needle
Title:
Thumb Needle
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Thumb Needle, one of the wonders along the Columbia river. The Columbia River is traveled daily by automobiles, passenger trains and steamboats throughout the entire year, and constitutes one of the grandest scenic wonders in America. The Rock formations, rough and picturesque, adorn the river. Gothic Cliffs and Mountains rise abruptly from the River bank, attaining altitudes from 500 to 3500 feet


Celilo Falls near "The Dalles," Columbia River, Oregon
Title:
Celilo Falls near "The Dalles," Columbia River, Oregon
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Celilo Falls, Near the Dalles, Columbia River, Oregon. This view shows the falls at low water. When the snow melts in summer in the mountains, the water often rises sixty feet: at that time steamers pass safely over. "On Union Pacific System"



"Bridge of the Gods", Columbia River, Near Cascade Locks, Oregon
Title:
"Bridge of the Gods", Columbia River, Near Cascade Locks, Oregon
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused


Bridge Across Eagle Creek
Title:
Bridge Across Eagle Creek
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Over 60 feet in length, of Italian dry cement construction, with a wonderfully graceful arch through which dashes pell-mell the riotous, cold, clear waters of Eagle Creek. This is one of the most beautiful of all the bridges on the Columbia River Highway



Columbia River Highway
Title:
Columbia River Highway
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused


Columbia River Highway, Oregon, winding around the west end of Shepperd's Dell
Title:
Columbia River Highway, Oregon, winding around the west end of Shepperd's Dell
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Shepperds Dell is one of the most picturesque points along the highway. Its discovery came when it seemed impossible to get by the point of a high mountain in no other way. The Shepperds Dell Bridge is 480 feet above the stream, which is spanned with a reinforced concrete 100 feet long, the total length being 150 feet. "On Union Pacific Sytem"



Columbia River Highway, Oregon. East approach to Eagle Creek Bridge
Title:
Columbia River Highway, Oregon. East approach to Eagle Creek Bridge
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Though the Columbia River Highway passes over and through the wildest and most rugged country possible, cliffs and mountains, waterfalls and ravines, it is full of graceful curves and easy grades: picturesque yet rendered perfectly safe by stone and concrete copings, retaining walls and abutments


Eagle Creek and Highway Bridge, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Title:
Eagle Creek and Highway Bridge, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Over 60 feet in length, of Italian dry cement construction, with a wonderfully graceful arch, through which dashes pell-mell the riotous, cold, clear waters of Eagle Creek. This is one of the most beautiful of all the bridges on the Columbia River Highway



McCord Creek Falls, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Title:
McCord Creek Falls, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
These beautiful falls, having their source in Larch Mountain in McCord and Pierce Creeks, were but little known until the Columbia River Highway with its 47 miles of hard surface, gentle curves and easy grades brought this delightful spot within two hours ride from the heart of Portland


Oneonta Bluffs, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Title:
Oneonta Bluffs, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Oneonta Bluffs. The walls of the Oneonta Bluff, rising abruptly from the bank of the river, did not allow passage way for an auto road, the only available ground being used by the railroad; so it became necessary to cut a tunnel right through the rock



Shepperd's Dell Bridge
Title:
Shepperd's Dell Bridge
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Shepperd's Dell Bridge, is 140 feet above the stream, which is spanned with a reinforced concrete arch 100 feet long, the "total" length being 150 feet


Shepperd's Dell, Showing the Four Domes
Title:
Shepperd's Dell, Showing the Four Domes
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Eleven acres at this point was given to Portland by George Sheppard for a public park. This is one of the scenic beauties of the Columbia River Highway. The road makes a climb more than 600 feet, spiraling and triple spiraling in a forty acre tract, and never exceeding its grade of 5%



Columbia River Highway between Multomah Falls and Oneonta Gorge
Title:
Columbia River Highway between Multomah Falls and Oneonta Gorge
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Between Multomah Falls and Oneonta, looking toward Oneonta Bluff showing Castle Rock in the distance. General George W. Goethals, builder of the Panama Canal said--"The Columbia River Highway is a tremendous engineering accomplishment, and it is the most wonderful scenic boulevard in America."


Fish Wheel, Seen from the Columbia River Highway
Title:
Fish Wheel, Seen from the Columbia River Highway
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused



One of the objects of interest to travelers. St. Peter's Dome, on the Columbia River
Title:
One of the objects of interest to travelers. St. Peter's Dome, on the Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused


Shepperd's Dell, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Title:
Shepperd's Dell, Columbia River Highway, Oregon
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border PM 1923 May-22



Bonneville Dam, Looking Upstream, Columbia River Between Washington and Oregon
Title:
Bonneville Dam, Looking Upstream, Columbia River Between Washington and Oregon
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
Cost $42,200,000. Capacity of spillway 1,600,000 cubic feet per second. Power plants develop 600,000 H. P. Fish ladders costing $2,500,000 convey during salmon runs as many as 23,000 chinook per day. This dam makes navigation possible for ocean vessels 187 miles inland to the Dailes, Oregon


Anna Creek Canyon
Title:
Anna Creek Canyon
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 3181 S. P. Lines in Oregon Road of Thousand Wonders



Seining For Salmon Columbia River
Title:
Seining For Salmon Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2287


Cascade Mountains Columbia River And Fish Wheel, North Bank Road
Title:
Cascade Mountains Columbia River And Fish Wheel, North Bank Road
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1420
Cascade Mountains Columbia River And Fish Wheel, North Bank Road



Rotory Wheel, Columbia River Highway
Title:
Rotory Wheel, Columbia River Highway
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Cascade Locks, Columbia River
Title:
Cascade Locks, Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1909 Jun-18



Fish Wheel Columbia River
Title:
Fish Wheel Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-16


Vista House
Title:
Vista House
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Vista House Columbia River Highway, Ore. Erected in 1917 at a cost of over $100,000. Finished on the inside with marble. Used for an Observatory and Comfort station. From this point one gets a beautiful view of the Columbia River for 25 to 40 miles..



Salmon Fish Wheel
Title:
Salmon Fish Wheel
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Nov-13


Park Wheeler County Road
Title:
Park Wheeler County Road
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Vista House Crown Point, Columbia River Highway
Title:
Vista House Crown Point, Columbia River Highway
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
The Vista House at Crown Point, 25 miles east of Portland, was built as a memorial to Oregon pioneers and cost $100,000. From this point, 725 feet above the Columbia river, there is a magnificent view of fully 35 miles up and down the Columbia.


Cascade Locks
Title:
Cascade Locks
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Those who have visited other parts of the world are unanimous in the opinion that a trip up the Columbia River is the peer of all scenic trips. The rock formations are so numerous and so odd that many Indian legends are repeated to this day concerning their mythological origin



Columbia River Highway In Front Of Multnomah Falls
Title:
Columbia River Highway In Front Of Multnomah Falls
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
"The Hazelwood" refreshments served 365 days of the year.


Columbia River
Title:
Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
Columbia River, boundary between the states of Oregon and Washington, has carved through the heart of the Cascade Mountains one of the world's most beautiful gorges. Famous Columbia River Highway on the south shore passes a dozen lovely waterfalls including the 620-foot high Multnomah Falls.



Columbia River Valley
Title:
Columbia River Valley
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the "richest" rivers in the United States flows in the background of this view showing a portion of the fertile Columbia River Valley.


Crown Point On The Columbia River
Title:
Crown Point On The Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
Vista House at Crown Point tops Great Rock, which rises 725 feet above the Columbia River. The river is over a mile wide at this point and the distance is more than three miles from Crown Point to Cape Horn on the other side of the river.



Turbulent Water, Bonneville Dam
Title:
Turbulent Water, Bonneville Dam
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Chrome PM 1955 Aug-26

Description:
Turbulent water at Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River


Cape Horn
Title:
Cape Horn
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Columbia River



Bridal Veil Falls
Title:
Bridal Veil Falls
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Bridal Veil Falls on the Columbia River


Cape Horn
Title:
Cape Horn
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Columbia River



Sentinel Rock
Title:
Sentinel Rock
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused


St. Peter's Dome
Title:
St. Peter's Dome
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Columbia River



Upper Columbia River
Title:
Upper Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
"On the road of Thousand Island."


Rooster Rock & Salmon Cannepy From Crown Point
Title:
Rooster Rock & Salmon Cannepy From Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
From Crown Point a splendid panorama enfolds. From here a view of 35 miles may be had up or down the river. The famous Rooster Rock is seen right in the immediate foreground



Entrance To Ice Tunnel On Mt. Hood
Title:
Entrance To Ice Tunnel On Mt. Hood
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Columbia River


Cape Horn
Title:
Cape Horn
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Columbia River



Rowena Loops
Title:
Rowena Loops
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused

Description:
Columbia River Highway


Rooster Rocks
Title:
Rooster Rocks
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-25



Spillway Gates,Bonneville Dam,Columbia River
Title:
Spillway Gates,Bonneville Dam,Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Linen unused


Castle Rock On The Columbia River, Winter Scene
Title:
Castle Rock On The Columbia River, Winter Scene
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1911



Castle Rock, Columbia River
Title:
Castle Rock, Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1909


Cascade Locks
Title:
Cascade Locks
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border PM 1923

Description:
Cascade Locks, seen from the highway, constructed by the government at an expense of nearly $3,000,000,00 to overcome the unnavigable rapids of the Cascades. The locks raise steamers 20 feet and enables them to pass around the Cascades. The Indian Legend has it that the rapids were formed by the fall of the fabled "ridge of the Gods" and once spanned the Columbia river.



St Peter'S Dome & Columbia River
Title:
St Peter'S Dome & Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1905


Multnomah Lodge
Title:
Multnomah Lodge
Columbia River HIghway Oregon (OR), Linen PM 1942

Description:
Multnomah Falls on the Columbia River Highway, 33 miles east of Portland, Oregon: Where a cataract leaps down a sheer 620 feet in a roaring, mystic white.



At The Mouth Of The Columbia River
Title:
At The Mouth Of The Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


Incomparable Gorge At Shepperd's Dell
Title:
Incomparable Gorge At Shepperd's Dell
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
Columbia river highway. The incomparable gorge of the Columbia an awe-inspiring sight from many vantage points along the highway which parallels the river. This is near Sheppard's Dell



Multnomah Lodge Multnomah Falls
Title:
Multnomah Lodge Multnomah Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Linen PM 1948

Description:
Multnomah Falls on the Columbia River Highway, 33 miles east of Portland, Ore.: Where a cataract leaps down a sheer 620 feet in a roaring, mystic white.


Windows In Mitchell's Point Tunnel
Title:
Windows In Mitchell's Point Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Not only is Mitchell's Point tunneled, but it has five gigantic windows overlooking the Columbia and the mountains beyond. Nothing like it is known anywhere, save in a certain point in France and in the famous Axenstrasse along the shore of Lake Lucerne in Switzerland, and that has only three windows, while Mitchell's Point has five. It also has parapets at the windows and seats for visitors within.



Oneonta Gorge
Title:
Oneonta Gorge
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Columbia river


Eagle's Nest Observatory Rest Near Eagle Creek
Title:
Eagle's Nest Observatory Rest Near Eagle Creek
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border PM 1920

Description:
Near Eagle Creek, rounding Tooth Mountain, showing Eagle's Nest Observatory. Mountain sides were blasted away or tunneled through and though the highway in places seems from a distance to be fairly hanging on the mountain sides, yet it is as firmly planted as the Rock of Gibraltar.



Near The Summit Of Siskiyou Mts
Title:
Near The Summit Of Siskiyou Mts
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border PM 1934

Description:
Pacific highway


Day Lighted Tunnel At Mitchell's Point
Title:
Day Lighted Tunnel At Mitchell's Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Mitchell's Point tunnel. Beyond Cascade Locks and near Hood River is Mitchell's Point. The old Storm Crest of the Indians approached by the most daring piece of masonry of the entire highway. Here as at Crown Point and in many other places engineers had to be hung over cliffs with ropes 150 to 200 feet long to blast footing enough to make a survey. the most expensive piece of construction on the highway is Mitchell's Point Tunnel



Fish Wheel
Title:
Fish Wheel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Seen from the Columbia river highway


Cascade Locks
Title:
Cascade Locks
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Cascade Locks. Columbia River, Oregon, constructed by the United States Government, around the obstructions in the river, at this point, raising steamers 20 feet. To enable them to pass around the Cascades. Several steamer make this run daily. This ride takes one through the Columbia gorge, which surpasses the Palisades of the Hudson.



Mitchell Point Tunnel
Title:
Mitchell Point Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Columbia river highway


Bridal Veil Falls
Title:
Bridal Veil Falls
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Banks of the Columbia River.



Oneonta Bluffs
Title:
Oneonta Bluffs
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Columbia river highway. The walls of the Oneonta Bluff, rising abruptly from the bank of the river. Did not allow passage way for an auto road, the only available ground being used by the railroad, so it became necessary to cut a tunnel right through the rock.


Multnomah Falls
Title:
Multnomah Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Columbia River Highway, Showing Benson Foot bridge. Multnomah Falls, the second highest in the United Sates, is the largest of many falls seen along the highway. A huge volume of water falls from a cliff 840 feet into a rock basin and thence 70 feet to the floor of the valley. Pretty environment of tree-clad hillsides with their ferns and flowers, the rythmic murmur of the waters the rainbows of the spray and majesty of the surroundings render this place without an equal from a scenic standpoint.



Power Plant, Bonneville Dam
Title:
Power Plant, Bonneville Dam
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
Columbia river between Washington and Oregon


Spillway Gates
Title:
Spillway Gates
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Linen PM 1944

Description:
Bonneville Dam Columbia River



Indians Spearing Salmon At Celilo Falls
Title:
Indians Spearing Salmon At Celilo Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Linen PM 1945

Description:
At Celilo falls the native Indians have for many generations engaged in spear and net meshing and enjoy perpetual fishing rights. Launch close to highway these tribesmen have a crude Indian village where the salmon are died and cured for Venter food


Thumb Needle
Title:
Thumb Needle
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Columbia River



Indians Fishing At Celilio Falls Of Columbia River
Title:
Indians Fishing At Celilio Falls Of Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
Fishing has a charm for all ages. By early treaty, Indians enjoy fishing rights at celilo falls on the Columbia. Thousands stop to watch them spear and net the salmon fighting their way upriver to the spawning grounds.


Indians Spearing Salmon At Celilo Falls
Title:
Indians Spearing Salmon At Celilo Falls
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
At Celilo Falls the native Indians have for many generations engaged in spear and net fishing and enjoy perpetual fishing rights. Located close to highway these tribesmen have a crude Indian village where the abundant salmon are dried and cured for winter food



Cape Horn
Title:
Cape Horn
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Columbia River


Multnomah Falls
Title:
Multnomah Falls
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Benson and Highway Bridges. Unquestionably the queen of all American cataracts. The stream rises out of Larch Mountain, the famous viewpoint of the Cascades, to which a trail is built. It has many falls along its picturesque course and the climax of its dashing is the smashing leap it makes for union which the Columbia. There are in fact two falls. The first has s perpendicular of 600 feet and the waters pound into a circular basin with cannon like reverberations course swiftly under a slenderly arched bridge only to drop again almost 70 feet nearly to the level of the Columbia.



Hercules Pillars
Title:
Hercules Pillars
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


Rooster Rock And Salmon Cannery
Title:
Rooster Rock And Salmon Cannery
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906

Description:
Columbia River



Castle Rock
Title:
Castle Rock
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused


Columbia river from St. Peter's Dome
Title:
Columbia river from St. Peter's Dome
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1909



Multnomah Falls
Title:
Multnomah Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
A masterpiece of scenic beauty and the largest falls along the Columbia River Highway, Oregon. The upper falls have a drop of 541 feet, and the lower a drop of 79 feet.


Horsetail Falls
Title:
Horsetail Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Chrome unused



Columbia River from Crown Point
Title:
Columbia River from Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Eagle Creek Bridge
Title:
Eagle Creek Bridge
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Multnomah Falls
Title:
Multnomah Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Bishop's Cap
Title:
Bishop's Cap
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Wahkeena Falls
Title:
Wahkeena Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Wahkeena Falls, Columbia Highway
Title:
Wahkeena Falls, Columbia Highway
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Batourelle Falls, Columbia River
Title:
Batourelle Falls, Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Bishops Cap
Title:
Bishops Cap
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Castle Rock, Columbia River
Title:
Castle Rock, Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1910


Cascade Mountains, Columbia River and Fish Wheel, North Bank Road
Title:
Cascade Mountains, Columbia River and Fish Wheel, North Bank Road
Columbia River Oregon (OR) unused



Auto Parking at Multnomah Falls
Title:
Auto Parking at Multnomah Falls
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Bridge on Columbia River Highway
Title:
Bridge on Columbia River Highway
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Crown Point
Title:
Crown Point
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Woodby Loops
Title:
Woodby Loops
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Famous Block House on the Columbia River
Title:
Famous Block House on the Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM Jan-21


Celilo Falls, Columbia River
Title:
Celilo Falls, Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Oneonta Tunnel
Title:
Oneonta Tunnel
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Viaduct around Tooth Mountain
Title:
Viaduct around Tooth Mountain
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
The Columbia River Highway cannot be told of in terms that describe other roads: it is "America's Greatest Highway" - the most wonderful scenic treasure house of inexhaustible richness with many wonder jewels beyond compare



Wishing you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year
Title:
Wishing you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 112
Oregon Trunk Bridge Across Columbia River at Celilo Falls


Vantage Bridge
Title:
Vantage Bridge
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Chrome unused

Description:
Almost a half-mile long, this truss steel and concrete span across the Columbia River represents $4,500,000 in gasoline taxes. Years ago, the same crossing was served by the noted Vantage Ferry. The new structure and the easy-driving approaches were built by the Washington State Department of Highways.



Indians Fishing At Celilio Falls
Title:
Indians Fishing At Celilio Falls
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
Fishing has a charm for all ages. By early treaty, Indians enjoy fishing rights at Celilo falls on the Columbia. Thousands stop to watch them spear and net the salmon fighting their way upriver to the spawning grounds.


Crown Point And Vista House
Title:
Crown Point And Vista House
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border PM 1928 Apr-07

Description:
Vista House. Crown Point. Columbia, River Highway. From Crown Point a view of the Columbia Gorge extending both east and west for a distance of 25 miles may be had.



Willamette Falls
Title:
Willamette Falls
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Columbia River


Columbia Gorge Hotel Finest Tourist Hotel on Columbia River
Title:
Columbia Gorge Hotel Finest Tourist Hotel on Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Linen unused



Memaloose Island, Columbia River
Title:
Memaloose Island, Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1911

Description:
ANCIENT INDIAN BURYING GROUNDS. THE SHAFT MARKS THE GRAVE OF MAJOR VICTOR TREVITT


Shoveling Smelt Columbia River
Title:
Shoveling Smelt Columbia River
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused



Oneonta Bluff On Columbia River Highway
Title:
Oneonta Bluff On Columbia River Highway
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused

Description:
Along the Union Pacific System.


Approach To Eagle Creek
Title:
Approach To Eagle Creek
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border PM 1924

Description:
Columbia river highway



Loops Of Columbia River Highway At Rowena Heights
Title:
Loops Of Columbia River Highway At Rowena Heights
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused


Castle Rock
Title:
Castle Rock
Columbia River Oregon (OR), White Border

Description:
A majestic scenic spot of the Columbia River



Tum Water Falls
Title:
Tum Water Falls
Columbia River Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
Columbia river and Umatilla Chief


Punch Bowl, Eagle Creek
Title:
Punch Bowl, Eagle Creek
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused



Multnomah Falls. Benson and Highway Bridges
Title:
Multnomah Falls. Benson and Highway Bridges
Columbia River Highway Oregon (OR), White Border unused

Description:
Multnomah Falls, Unquestionably the queen of all American cataracts. The stream rises out of Larch Mountain, the famous view point of the Cascades, to which a trail is built. It has many falls along its picturesque course and the climax of its dashing is the smashing leap it makes for union with the Columbia. There are, in fact, two falls. The first has a perpendicular of 600 feet, and the waters pound into a circular basin with cannon like reverberations, course swiftly under a slenderly arched bridge only to drop again almost 70 feet nearly to the level of the Columbia




Total: 233 Items