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Dorland Robinson: The Talented, Young Artist. Where Past Meets Present, Page 271

Miss Robinson is known as a prodigy who accomplished so much in a very short life.

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Dogs for the Deaf. Where Past Meets Present, Page 151

Dogs for the Deaf a nonprofit that trains dogs to be service animals for various needs.

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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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The Old Wood House. Where Past Meets Present, Page 341

The "Old Wood House" is the most photographed building in southern Oregon.

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Willie Illingworth's Driftboats. Where Past Meets Present, Page 224

Illingworth was the original designer of the aluminum drift boat.

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Angus Bowmer and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Where Past Meets Present, Page 368

started in 1934 with an idea from Angus Bowmer the "Oregon Shakespeare Festival" has grown to a world reknown festival.

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Mattie"s Nugget and the currency of gold. Where Past Meets Present, Page 45

Mattie Collins found a seventeen pound gold nugget

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The Lady of the Woods. Where Past Meets Present, Page 351

Dr Earl Russell Bush is credited with carving the "Lady of the Woods" at Crater Lake.

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Chandler Egan: Medford's Famous Golfer and Course Designer. Where Past Meets Present, Page 233

Chandler Egan amateur golfer extrodinary, course designer and orchardist

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The Neuman Hotel Group. Where Past Meets Present, Page 99

Hoteliers Doug and Becky Neuman.

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The 1962 Columbus Day Storm. Where Past Meets Present, Page 187

On October 12, 1962 the west coast of the United States was struck by one of the worst storms in recorded history.

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The Wolf Creek Inn. Where Past Meets Present, Page 349

Merchant Henry Smith contracted to have the Inn built in 1883 as a prime stop on the stagecoach trail.

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Ted Adams: Comic Books (and more). Where Past Meets Present, Page 315

Ted Adams is a local Grants Pass boy who went on to be CEO of a large entertainment company.

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Ashland. Where Past Meets Present, Page 375

Ashland Oregon. A beautiful small city in southern Oregon.

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James Collier: The Patron of the Performing Arts. Where Past Meets Present, Page 293

James Morrison Collier is a noted supporter of the arts.

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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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Kids Unlimited and its Power. Where Past Meets Present, Page 154

Founder Tom Cole has gone from a desire, to help to a school to support at risk kids.

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The Creation of ScienceWorks. Where Past Meets Present, Page 356

Opened in 2002 ScienceWorks is considered one of the country's best small science museums.

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The Redwood Highway. Where Past Meets Present, Page 31

Development of a highway between Grantspass Oregon and Crescent City California

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The Rebuilding of Medford's Downtown. Where Past Meets Present, Page 27

Medford Urban Renewal and Lithia Motors work to renovate Medford.

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The 1964 Christmas Flood. Where Past Meets Present, Page 189

The Christmas Flood of 1964 was rated as the fifth most destructive in the 20th century.

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Rogue Valley Country Club. Where Past Meets Present, Page 245

RVCC from an ilconcieved idea to a well established country club.

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Blackstone Audio. Where Past Meets Present, Page 114

Craig and Michelle Black owners of Blackstone Audio. Started as a small business in their living room.

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The Siskiyou Summit (and pass). Where Past Meets Present, Page 123

Siskiyou summit from a pack trail to a rail road to a 4 lane freeway.

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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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