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The Water Systems of Medford. Where Past Meets Present, Page 34

History of Medford's water from Bear Creek, then Fish Lake then Big Butte Springs. Medford Water Commission, Rogue River Robert A. Duff treatment plant

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Pinto Colvig: Bozo the Clown (and more). Where Past Meets Present, Page 278

Vance "Pinto" Colvig was a local personality that went on to work for Walt Disney.

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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.

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Bert Webber the Consumate Researcher and Publisher. Where Past Meets Present, Page 307

Bert Webber local photographer, librarian and publisher.

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The Architects Who changed the Towns. Where Past Meets Present, Page 21

Architects Arthur Week, William J. Bennet, Frank C. Clark and Robert Keeney all lived and woerked in Medford and the Rogue Valley

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Lincoln Savage of Savage Creek. Where Past Meets Present, Page 203

Abraham Lincoln Savage son of James and Margaret Anne Savage was an educator/botanist in both Jackson and Josephine counties.

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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.

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Ben Hur Lampman: A Man of the Ages. Where Past Meets Present, Page 268

Ben Hur Lampman reknowned editor, esssayist and Poet Laureate

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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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Crater Lake. Where Past Meets Present, Page 137

Crater Lake one of the premier land marks of southern Oregon

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Mt. Ashland Ski Area. Where Past Meets Present, Page 127

Mount Ashland the controvercies and development of the ski area.

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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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Wildlife Images. Where Past Meets Present, Page 163

J. David Siddon founder of Wildlife Images. A wildlife rehabilation facility located in Grants Pass Oregon.

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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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The Redwood Highway. Where Past Meets Present, Page 31

Development of a highway between Grantspass Oregon and Crescent City California

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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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The Cyclical Life of SOU. Where Past Meets Present, Page 24

History of Southern Oregon University. Reverend Joseph Skidmore, Dr Elmo Stevenson both referenced.

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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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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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The Rogue River. Where Past Meets Present, Page 215

The Rogue River traverses 215 miles From the head waters of Crater Lake to the Pacific Ocean.

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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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Lithia Water: In Bottles and Fountains. Where Past Meets Present, Page 330

Ashland is known for mineral springs.

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Edison Marshall. Where Past Meets Present, Page 274

The life and times of Edison Marshall

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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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Robby Collins: Saving Jacksonville and the World. Where Past Meets Present, Page 208

Started his career as a historic preservationist in Jacksonville and then spread to the world.

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