Jackson County, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Jackson County, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. A Farm Scene near Medford - Kunselman

    A Farm Scene near Medford - c. 1913

    This classic view shows a small grouping of farm buildings, including several houses. Probably an extended family lived here. Learn More
  2. Ashland Creek in Lithia Park, Ashland - Eddy

    Ashland Creek in Lithia Park, Ashland - 1932

    This view of Ashland Creek received more positive comments than any other photo in our 2012 Ralph Eddy Exhibit at the Clackamas County Historical Society. Learn More
  3. Gold Ray Dam, Rogue River - Kunselman & Gerking

    Gold Ray Dam, Rogue River - circa 1912

    The original for this view is a larger print made by Kunselman and Gerking of Klamath Falls, looking across the Gold Ray Dam, which had been built in 1904. Learn More
  4. Lithia Springs Hotel, in Ashland - Frank Patterson

    Lithia Springs Hotel, in Ashland - c. 1926

    When the luxurious nine-story Lithia Springs Hotel opened on July 1, 1925, it was the tallest building between Portland and San Francisco. Learn More
  5. Looking East Across Ashland Plaza Towards Hotel Ashland - Frank Patterson

    Looking East Across Ashland Plaza Towards Hotel Ashland - c. 1935

    We are looking east across the historic plaza in Ashland, and have a good look at the back of "Pioneer Mike", the statue that was recently restored, and the drinking fountains that bring water to the public from the mineral waters of Lithia Springs. Learn More
  6. Looking East Down Main Street, Medford

    Looking East Down Main Street, Medford - 1906

    This detailed view of downtown Medford was created by an unknown photographer in 1906. Learn More
  7. Mill Building in Ashland, Oregon

    Mill Building in Ashland, Oregon - c. 1898

    "Ashland Mills" on the building refers to the original name of the town, rather than to this particular mill. Learn More
  8. Mill Creek Falls, Rogue River - Tibbitts

    Mill Creek Falls, Rogue River - c. 1908

    Mills Creek Falls hurtle 173 feet into the Rogue River Gorge near the town of Prospect, on Highway 62, a route often taken to visit Crater Lake National Park. Learn More
  9. Party Leaving Medford, Steel Crater Lake Excursion - Kiser

    Party Leaving Medford, Steel Crater Lake Excursion - 1903

    In 1903, a promotional excursion to Crater Lake was organized by Will G. Steel, who advocated for the newly designated national park there for years. Learn More
  10. Plaza from Park Entrance, Ashland - Eddy

    Plaza from Park Entrance, Ashland - 1932

    Ashland Plaza, next to Lithia Park and Ashland Creek, has been the center of town life here for over one hundred an fifty years. Learn More
  11. 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
  12. Sen. Fulton's Party Leaving Medford, Steel Excursion - Kiser

    Sen. Fulton's Party Leaving Medford, Steel Excursion - 1903

    A companion photo to another in this series that shows the larger part of the excursion on Medford's Main Street. Fulton's carriage is facing east at about Front Street. Learn More
  13. Table Mountain and Gold Ray Dam, Rouge River - Howard C. Tibbitts

    Table Mountain and Gold Ray Dam, Rogue River - 1914

    Gold Ray Dam was built in 1904 by brothers Colonel Frank Ray and Dr. C. R. Ray to provide power to a gold mine they had purchased near the town of Gold Hill. Learn More
  14. The Road Home, Jacksonville - Patton Postcards

    The Road Home, Jacksonville - c. 1910

    At first glance, this view looks simply like a picturesque country road. A closer look reveals iron gates to the Jacksonville Cemetery in the distance. Learn More

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