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The history of Harry and David (and Bear Creek Corporation). Where Past Meets Present, Page 95

Bear Creek Corporation developed by Harry and David Holmes

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The Ghost towns and stories of the Illinois valley. Where Past Meets Present, Page 54

Ghost towns of the Illinois valley and Josephine county.

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The Golden Bank and house of C. C. Beekman. Where Past Meets Present, Page 58

History of C. C. Beekman his businesses and home in Jacksonville.

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The golden Rhotenfamily of giants. Where Past Meets Present, Page 61

History of the Rhoten brothers. And especially Enos.

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The story and history of the railroads. Where Past Meets Present, Page 63

Railroad development and legacy through Oregon

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Adroit Construction. Where Past Meets Present, Page 69

History of Adroit construction and the men who built it. Bob Mayers, Steve Lawrence, Steve Shapiro, Jason Stranberg and Tom Walker

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Dutch brothers coffee. Where Past Meets Present, Page 72

Dutch Bros coffee from a push cart to a large company. Dane Boersma, Travis Boersma

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KMED and Bill and Blanche Virgin: southern Oregons radio pioneers. Where Past Meets Present, Page 75

Radio stations KFAY and KMED. Developed by William "Bill" Jackson Virgin and his wife Blanche Virgin and Robert Ruhl.

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Rogue Creamery. Where Past Meets Present, Page 79

History of the Rogue Creamery, Gaetano "Tom" Vella and Ignazio "Ig" Vella

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Rogue Credit Union. Where Past Meets Present, Page 82

History of the development of Rogue Credit Union.

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Sid DeBoer and Lithia Motors. Where Past Meets Present, Page 85

History of the development of Lithia Motors from one store to a chain.

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Snider's Dairy: Medford's first commercial dairy. Where Past Meets Present, Page 88

History and development of Snider's Dairy by John and Maude Snider.

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The Grange Co-op. Where Past Meets Present, Page 92

From its humble beginnings with ninty nine members to a large and diversified corporation.

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Mt. Shasta. Where Past Meets Present, Page 143

Mt. Shasta popular with everbody from skiers to new agers.

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The Carpenters and Their Foundation. Where Past Meets Present, Page 157

Alfred and Leonard Carpenter founded the Carpenter Foundation.

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Bill and Florence Schneider. Where Past Meets Present, Page 149

Long time Philanthropists with generous donations to many worth while organisations.

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Grants Pass. Where Past Meets Present, Page 404

Grants Pass is the third county seat of Josephine County.

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Shady Cove. Where Past Meets Present, Page 401

Shady Cove was named after a popular spot where people used to wait for the ferry crossing.

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The City of Rogue River. Where Past Meets Present, Page 399

The City of Rogue River has gone by several names over the years. "Tailholt" then Woodville.

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Gold Hill. Where Past Meets Present, Page 396

Originally laid out by Thomas Chavner a local entrupreneur the town of Gold Hill is esentially unchanged today.

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Eagle Point. Where Past Meets Present, Page 394

James J. Fryer considered to be the "Father of Eagle Point" aquired land on Little Butte Creek in 1852 and the settlement developed around him.

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Jacksonville. Where Past Meets Present, Page 391

John R. Poole and James Cluggage were the original founders of "Table Rock City" now known as Jacksonville.

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Medford. Where Past Meets Present, Page 387

Property to start Medford was deeded to the railroad.

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Central Point. Where Past Meets Present, Page 385

Central Point was started by the crossing of two pioneer wagon trails.

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Phoenix. Where Past Meets Present, Page 382

Originally Named "Gasburg" after a colorful local citizen. Sylvister M. Waite brought about the change to "Pheonix"

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