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  1. Arch Cape Hotel, Oregon Coast - Bartels

    Arch Cape Hotel, Oregon Coast - c. 1907

    Arch Cape was already a tourist destination in 1907. This view shows one of its finer hotels, with the owners ready to serve you. Learn More
  2. Cabins at Cloud Cap Inn, Mt. Hood

    Cabins at Cloud Cap Inn, Mt. Hood - c. 1900

    Cloud Cap Inn was opened on the north side of Mt. Hood in 1889, a project of William S. Ladd and C.E.S. Wood. These cabins were built at the front of the main Inn. Learn More
  3. Car Camping at the Newly Completed Crater Lake Lodge

    Car Camping at the Newly Completed Crater Lake Lodge - c. 1916

    Car camping was popular by 1916, and setups often involved pitching a tent over the car itself, as can be seen by two sets of campers in the foreground. Learn More
  4. Chanticleer Inn, Columbia River Highway - Pacific Photo Co.

    Chanticleer Inn, Columbia River Highway - c. 1916

    The Chanticleer Inn, at the west end of the Columbia River Highway, was built in 1912 and predated the highway. Like many early wooden inns, it burned down, in 1930. Learn More
  5. Clay Moore Saloon, in Blanco Hotel, Marshfield

    Clay Moore Saloon, in Blanco Hotel, Marshfield - c. 1900

    Patrons gather outside the Clay Moore Saloon, in the Norman Building, at Front and Commercial in Marshfield (now known as Coos Bay). Moore operated several Marshfield saloons - this one is in the old Blanco Hotel. Learn More
  6. Cloud Cap Inn and Mt. Hood

    Cloud Cap Inn and Mt. Hood - c. 1895

    Opened in 1889, Cloud Cap Inn was built on the north side of Mt. Hood at the 6,000 foot level - about the same level as today's Timberline Lodge. Learn More
  7. Cloudcap Inn and Mt. Hood - Eddy

    Cloud Cap Inn and Mt. Hood - c. 1935

    Mount Hood is definitely the focus of this image by Ralph Eddy, though some details of Cloud Cap Inn can be clearly seen in the lower left. Learn More
  8. Cloud Cap Inn, Mt. Hood - Keystone Views

    Cloud Cap Inn, Mt. Hood - c. 1900

    A group of visitors demonstrate appropriate mountain attire while visiting Cloud Cap Inn on the northeast flank of Mount Hood. Learn More
  9. Crater Lake Lodge, After Expansion - Eddy

    Crater Lake Lodge, After Expansion - 1926

    Originally opened in 1915, Crater Lake Lodge was significantly expanded from 1922 through 1924, doubling the number of guest rooms and adding private bathrooms to the lodge's new wing. Learn More
  10. Crater Lake Lodge, Before Expansion

    Crater Lake Lodge, Before Expansion - 1921

    This unusually early photo of Crater Lake Lodge was taken in 1921. We can date it from the dealer plates on the car. Learn More
  11. E. M. Miller Hotel Coach at Hotel Seattle

    E. M. Miller Hotel Coach at Hotel Seattle - circa 1905

    Built in 1890 (after the devastating 1889 fire), the Seattle Hotel was located at the edge of Pioneer Place at Jackson and Railroad (now Alaskan Way). Learn More
  12. Earliest Known Photo of Sandy, Oregon - Adolph Aschoff

    Earliest Known Photo of Sandy, Oregon - c. 1879

    We're looking east towards Mt. Hood on what is now Pioneer Boulevard in Sandy, Oregon. The Barlow road trails off to the right in the background. Learn More
  13. FDR Rides Past Mount Hood on Way to Timberline Lodge Dedication

    FDR Rides Past Mount Hood on Way to Timberline Lodge Dedication - 1937

    The caption of this news photo reads, "Bundled up against the chill autumn air, President Roosevelt, accompanied by Mrs. Roosevelt and Gov. Charles Martin of Oregon drives past the fir clad slopes of Mt. Hood, towering behind them." Learn More
  14. Truck at Government Camp Hotel, Mt. Hood

    First Truck of the Season Arrives at Government Camp - 1919

    This one-ton Chevrolet truck with a full load made it to Government Camp on April 1, 1919, enabled by an 11-man crew, who spent 10 days digging through snow to travel the last nine miles. Learn More
  15. Golden Rule Grocery, Auto Camp and Garage, Cottage Grove - Frank Patterson
  16. Government Camp Hotel, Mt. Hood

    Government Camp Hotel, Mt. Hood - c. 1925

    Built in 1910 as an expansion to the original 1899 Mountain View House seen to its right, the Government Camp Hotel was for years the main source of lodging for visitors to Mount Hood. Learn More
  17. Guests Arriving at Paradise Inn, Mt. Rainier - Lindsley

    Guests Arriving at Paradise Inn, Mt. Rainier - 1923

    Almost all these guests are arriving in "automobile stages", the name usually given to these early tourist-carrying vehicles. They came from Seattle, Tacoma and Yakima, and from the nearby railroad station in Ashford. Learn More
  18. Harriman Lodge at Pelican Bay, Upper Klamath Lake - Tibbitts

    Harriman Lodge at Pelican Bay, Upper Klamath Lake - c. 1908

    Initially named the Pelican Bay Lodge, built in 1889, it was purchased in 1906 by Edward Harriman and renamed. It burned in 1942 and was rebuilt in 1953. Learn More
  19. Hotel Bill, Cannon Beach - Bartels

    Hotel Bill, Cannon Beach - c. 1907

    Yes, the Hotel Bill was named after someone named Bill, but it was his last name - not his first name. Learn More
  20. Longmire Springs & the First Hotel at Mt. Rainier - Weister

    Longmire Springs & the First Hotel at Mt. Rainier - c. 1895

    In 1883 James Longmire built a trail from Succotash Valley 13 miles to the hot springs in the area that now bears his name. John Muir described staying here on his way to Mount Rainier in 1888. Learn More
  21. Looking Over Timberline Lodge Towards Mt. Jefferson - Eddy

    Looking Over Timberline Lodge Towards Mt. Jefferson - c. 1940

    From behind Timberline Lodge, completed a couple years before this photo, we can see clearly to Mt. Jefferson, about fifty miles to the south. Learn More
  22. Mount Baker Lodge - Bert W. Huntoon

    Mount Baker Lodge - c 1928

    One of the great lodges of the Pacific Northwest, Mount Baker Lodge lasted for only about four years. Learn More
  23. Multnomah Hotel, Portland - Columbia Commercial Studio

    Multnomah Hotel, Portland - c. 1918

    When the Multnomah Hotel first opened in 1912, it was the Northwest's largest and most modern hotel. It remained Portland's largest hotel until 1961. Learn More
  24. 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
  25. Packing in to Timberline Lodge, Closed for WWII

    Packing in to Timberline Lodge, Closed for WWII - c. 1942

    This photo was taken in the winter of 1942-43 when Timberline Lodge was closed due to wartime conditions. Learn More
  26. Paradise Inn at Mt. Rainier, with Paradise River Below - Rainier National Park Co.

    Paradise Inn at Mt. Rainier, with Paradise River Below - c. 1928

    This vertical format photo of the valley, inn and mountain starts with the Paradise River in the valley below. Learn More
  27. Prospect Hotel, on Crater Lake Highway - Prentiss

    Prospect Hotel, on Crater Lake Highway - c. 1920

    Located half-way on a two-day carriage trip from Medford to Crater Lake, the Prospect Hotel was built in the late 1800s as the Boothby House. Learn More
  28. Revenue Hotel, Sandy, Oregon - Adolph Aschoff

    Revenue Hotel, Sandy, Oregon - Circa 1879

    John H. Revenue and his father Francis built this hotel in 1874. It was the first hotel in Sandy, Oregon, which had received its first post office, and its name, the previous year. Learn More
  29. Telephone Party at Government Camp Hotel

    Telephone Party at Government Camp Hotel - c. 1925

    This 1920s view shows a "Telephone Party", mostly young telephone company employees either before or after an ascent of Mt. Hood. The exact dates of their excursion are given - July 19th and 20th, but the last digit of the year is now illegible. Learn More
  30. The Lodge at Crater Lake - Thomas M. Swem

    The Lodge at Crater Lake - circa 1923

    The original for this panoramic view is a hand-tinted print included in "Crater Lake National Park, Oregon", published by Swem's Studio in Medford. Learn More
  31. Timberline Lodge When it First Opened - Eddy

    Timberline Lodge When it First Opened - 1938

    While Timberline Lodge was dedicated by FDR in the fall of 1937, it was not officially open to the public till February 4th, 1938. This classic view was created by Ralph Eddy on February 16th. Learn More
  32. Timberline Lodge, Nearing Completion - Eddy

    Timberline Lodge, Nearing Completion - 1937

    This photo taken by Ralph Eddy on August 29, 1937 shows Timberline Lodge almost completed. Learn More
  33. Timberline Road, Mt. Hood - Eddy

    Timberline Road, Mt. Hood - 1938

    Traveling through deep snow up the road to Timberline Lodge, in the year it opened to the public - 1938. Learn More
  34. View of Crater Lake from the Lodge - Kiser

    View of Crater Lake from the Lodge - c. 1922

    This image is from a hand-tinted albertype of a Fred Kiser photo included in the 1922 booklet, "Crater Lake National Park, Hand-colored". Learn More
  35. Winter Garmets of Mt. Hood at Government Camp - Eddy

    Winter Garmets of Mt. Hood at Government Camp - 1932

    This is the Battle Axe Inn, built in 1925, and for years the center of winter activity on the south side of Mt. Hood. Learn More

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