Klamath Falls, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Klamath Falls, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. First Train to Klamath Falls

    First Train to Klamath Falls - 1909

    The city of Klamath Falls had long desired a railroad, and when the Southern Pacific completed its line into town from Weed, CA in 1909 the citizens turned out to celebrate. The coming of the railroad was a very big deal for towns throughout the Northwest. Learn More
  2. Klamath Falls from the State Road - Howard C. Tibbitts

    Klamath Falls from the State Road - circa 1908

    This highly-detailed town view of Klamath Falls is recreated from a glass negative by Howard Tibbitts, long-time photographer for Southern Pacific and their Sunset Magazine. Learn More
  3. Klamath Falls Town View - Hazeltine

    Klamath Falls Town View - 1890s

    This circa 1890 photo looks across well-maintained farms and the lake to Klamath Falls and the hills behind the town. Learn More
  4. Link River at Klamath Falls - M.S. Stewart Co.

    Link River at Klamath Falls - c. 1910

    The Link River flowing through the town of Klamath Falls is one of the shortest rivers you'll find. Roughly one mile long, it flows from Klamath Lake to Lake Ewauna. Learn More
  5. Lower Portion of Klamath Falls - M. S. Stewart Co.

    Lower Portion of Klamath Falls - c. 1910

    This hundred-year-old view shows the lower end of Klamath Falls, looking to the southeast across farmlands to the east of Lake Ewana. Learn More
  6. Old and New in Klamath County - M. S. Stewart Company

    Old and New in Klamath County - c. 1908

    Three local Native American men join the driver of this early, and quite substantial, automobile in a contrast of the traditional and the modern. Learn More
  7. Overview of Klamath Falls - M. S. Stewart Co.

    Overview of Klamath Falls - c. 1910

    Between 1900 and 1910 the population of Klamath Falls exploded - from less than 500 to over 2,500. This view shows the result of that increase. Learn More
  8. Pond Monkey Guides Logs from Pond to Chute - Lange

    Pond Monkey Guides Logs from Pond to Chute - 1939

    The "pond monkey" position in a sawmill has been described as the next-to-the-last step in a logging career; the last being night watchman. Learn More

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