Multnomah Falls, 850 Ft. High
Title:
Multnomah Falls, 850 Ft. High
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Divided Back unused


Bridge of the Gods Looking Toward Oregon from Evergreen Highway
Title:
Bridge of the Gods Looking Toward Oregon from Evergreen Highway
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Real Photo



Steamer Going Through Cascade Locks
Title:
Steamer Going Through Cascade Locks
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused

Description:
Columbia River Highway.


Str. "Dalles City"
Title:
Str. "Dalles City"
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Real Photo



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


Bridge of the Gods, Columbia River Highway
Title:
Bridge of the Gods, Columbia River Highway
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Linen unused

Description:
The present bridge stands on the site of the legendary Bridge of the Gods, hence the name. The region is rich in legendary lore and historic interest. It was the meeting ground of the tribes for trade and war, and the gateway for the settlers of the Oregon country. The present bridge has a main span of 700 feet. Roadway 140 feet above pool level. The bridge was originally constructed with roadway level with the Oregon highway, but in 1940 was raised 45 feet to its present position. The bridge is operated as a toll bridge. Automobiles, including passengers, 50c per crossing. Free return within three hours



Bridge of the Gods
Title:
Bridge of the Gods
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused

Description:
Columbia River Highway


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



Horsetail Falls
Title:
Horsetail Falls
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Horsetail Falls
Title:
Horsetail Falls
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused



Cascade Locks, Columbia River
Title:
Cascade Locks, Columbia River
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), White Border PM Feb-1

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 "Bridge of the Gods" and once spanned the Columbia River


Cascade Locks, Columbia River



Columbia River Steamers
Title:
Columbia River Steamers
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Sep-29


Steamer Baily Gatzert in Cascade Locks
Title:
Steamer Baily Gatzert in Cascade Locks
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1912 May-15



Cascade Locks, Columbia River
Title:
Cascade Locks, Columbia River
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-13


Cascade Locks, Columbia River
Title:
Cascade Locks, Columbia River
Cascade Locks Oregon (OR), Divided Back PM 1908 Dec-18





Total: 16 Items