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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.

Where Past Meets Present, 979.5 P69
The Old Wood House. Where Past Meets Present, Page 341

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

Where Past Meets Present, 979.5 P69
The Mean, Stream Machine. Where Past Meets Present, Page 221

From an idea brought about by three friends to a 3 million dollar a year business.

Where Past Meets Present, 979.5 P69
Palmerton Park. Where Past Meets Present, Page 333

Palmerton Park was a plant and tree nursery before becoming an arboretum in the city of Rogue River.

Where Past Meets Present, 979.5 P69
The Ashland-area Mineral Springs. Where Past Meets Present, Page 335

From the late 1800s into the early 1900s mineral springs in and around the valley were very popular as a destination point.

Where Past Meets Present, 979.5 P69
Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center. Where Past Meets Present, Page 169

The growth of the Rogue Valley Memorial Hospital Hospital into Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center.

Where Past Meets Present, 979.5 P69
The Rise and Fall of Gold Ray Dam. Where Past Meets Present, Page 226

The rise and fall of the Gold Ray Dam.

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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

Where Past Meets Present, 979.5 P69
The Oregon Vortex. Where Past Meets Present, Page 353

The Vortex is considered by experts to be one of the best "mystery spots" around the country.

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The Holly Theatre. Where Past Meets Present, Page 284

The Holly theatre built in 1930 was one of the pre-eminent theatres in Medford.

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Lost Creek Lake (and Jess Dam). Where Past Meets Present, Page 198

History of the "Rogue Basin Flood Control and Water Resources Association" and the development of Lost Creek Lake,

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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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Haines-9: letter of memories

George W. Holt owner United States Hotel, Mrs Horne,

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Haines-89: Society notes

Society notes from 1917 through 1929

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Haines-91: Annual school Meeting

Notes from annual meeting

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Haines-97: Tobaco seed

Local growers complain tobaco seeds didn't grow

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Haines-98: Jackson county flooding problems

Flooding problems through out Jackson County.

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Haines-90: Society notes

Society notes from 1916 through 1923

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Haines-88: Sheriff Singler Shot

Story of the shooting of Sheriff August D. Singler

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Haines-92: Small Pox out break

Story of the out break of Small Pox

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Haines-96: Wells Fargo & Co

Wells Fargo and Co has purchased the "Beekman Express"

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Haines-85: Opp mine

Opp mine notes

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Haines-95: Jacksonville

Jacksonville will no longer be known as the city of mud.

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Haines-84: Society notes

Talk of military academy, J. A. Marsh and Roy Ulrich to open a factory to make automobile axles, notes on WW1, Lewis Ulrich has installed a gasoline tank, Opp mine notes, A. C. Allen moving picture company in Jacksonville

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Haines-93: Dr Fredrick Grube

notes on the status of the small pox epidemic

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