Josephine County, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Josephine County, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. Deputy Sheriff, Stationed at Large Hop Ranch - Lange

    Deputy Sheriff, Stationed at Large Hop Ranch - 1939

    This deputy sheriff is stationed at the paymaster's window for a Josephine County hop ranch that employed over 500 workers for the three-week harvest season each year. Learn More
  2. Elijah Jones Davidson, Discoverer of the Oregon Caves

    Elijah Jones Davidson, Discoverer of the Oregon Caves - c. 1920

    Elijah Jones Davidson is best known for discovering the Oregon Caves in 1874. Born in Illinois, he came to Oregon as an infant in a wagon train in 1850. Learn More
  3. First Carload of Express Melons in Grants Pass

    First Carload of Express Melons in Grants Pass - 1886

    Local farmers have brought wagon loads of melons to the depot for shipment to hungry customers in the cities to the north. Despite its name, the Oregon & California Railroad shown here would not actually reach California until the following year. Learn More
  4. Horseshoe Curve in Siskiyou Mountains - Patterson

    Horseshoe Curve in Siskiyou Mountains - c. 1925

    The horseshoe of the road in this photo is a wonderful shape, almost filling the frame of the image and pushing against its borders. Learn More
  5. Mirror View on the Applegate River - Gurnea

    Mirror View on the Applegate River - c. 1895

    This idyllic view shows three boys, likely brothers, pausing in their exploration of the banks of the Applegate River south of Grants Pass. Learn More
  6. Oregon Caves Resort, Old Chalet - Patterson

    Oregon Caves Resort, Old Chalet - c. 1925

    This view shows the "Old Chalet" at the Oregon Caves, built in the mid 1920s by a group of Grants Pass businessmen, under a permit issued by the U. S. Forest Service. Learn More
  7. Parade on Sixth Street in Grants Pass

    Parade on Sixth Street in Grants Pass - c. 1905

    An unidentified parade marches south on Sixth Street in Grants Pass. The previous owner of the original photo thought it might be a GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) parade. Learn More
  8. Rogue River, on the Pacific Highway - Patterson

    Rogue River, on the Pacific Highway - c. 1928

    A 1920s car approaches us along a gentle curve on the Pacific Highway. Pine trees along its edge indicate that the road was built some time before - at least long enough for the trees to reach this size. Learn More
  9. Savage Rapids Dam, Rogue River - Ralph Eddy

    Savage Rapids Dam, Rogue River - 1932

    The Savage Rapids Dam was built as a diversion dam in 1921 by the Grants Pass Irrigation District, and was located on the Rogue River about five miles east of the town of Grants Pass. Learn More
  10. Switchbacks Between Grants Pass & Crescent City - Patterson

    Switchbacks Between Grants Pass & Crescent City - c. 1925

    In a great example of the road builders' art from eighty years ago, we see how the engineers have negotiated their way down a steep slope in the Siskiyous. Learn More

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