Mega Index

Displaying 66801 - 66819 of 66819
Title Description Location
Abstract of Title 1293 Lot Eight in the Constant Tract Addition of the town of Central Point, Oregon

MS1329, accession 2016.45.1

Names :

Isaac Constant: pps. 2, 3,6, 8, 9, 14, 15, 20, 21, 31

Thomas F. Beall, DLC No. 63, p.3

Peterson, p.3

Lucinda Constant, p.3

Wm. C. More

Direct entry
Grants Pass Drive-In plans

Preliminary plan drive-in theatre for Grants Pass, dated 7/22/1953. Robert Gayle Flyte, Designer from Medford

LB 9 Direct entry
Chinese slideshow script

Note from archivist, 12/3/2016: the slides for this slideshow are probably still in the collection but not adequately cataloged. Look in SOHS materials? the printed script has annotations for appropriate SOHS photos. It is attached, and filed in the More

Direct entry
Travel Preparations

"Travel Preparations" from Rural Heritage magazine by Jenifer Morrissey.  Tell of journey to Crater Lake, Lake of the Woods, Huckleberry Mountain, Pelican Bay and Upper Klamath Lake by Dan & Kate Glenn; Anna Hargrove; Nellie, Glenn, Harold More

Roads-Military & Wagon Vertical File Subjects
Jackson County Orchards

"Jackson County Orchards" in Rural Heritage magazine by Jenifer Morrissey.  Speaks of Dan Glenn, Olwell Bros, Ashland Mills, Asa Fordyce, J H Stewart, and D R Hill.

Fruit Culture Folder 1 Vertical File Subjects
Hanley Farm leach field drawing

Drawn 2017, prior to installment of new septic system. Linked to PastPerfect record, LIB2017.2

Electronic, LIB2017.2 Direct entry
George Andrew Jackson

Within the city limits of East Medford is a little fruit ranch of five acres owned by George Andrew Jackson, a pioneer of 1854, and a man who has acted as well as thought since he took up the burden More

Direct entry
Eleanor Roosevelt's visit to Medford Direct entry
Everest, conquered

Brian Smith, native of Jacksonville, Oregon, summited Mount Everest in 2007, after almost dying from high altitude pulmonary edema. (p. 12-15)

979.527 M3, Our Valley, 2017 Medford Mail Tribune supplement
11 Homes lost in 45 minutes

On August 24, 2010, a fast-moving fire consumed an entire neighborhood in one of the worst urban blazes in Oregon history.  The  Ashland Oak Knoll fire was started when John Thiry, a homeless man, tossed a cigarette into a field of dry grass More

979.527 M3, Our Valley, 2017 Medford Mail Tribune supplement
Political Winners & Losers

Representative Nancy Peterson, D-Ashland:  co-owner of Bloomsbury Books, in the Oregon House in 1984, died 1997,

Senator Lenn Hannon started as a Democrat and later became a Republican, served on the Ways & Means Committee, SOU Library More

979.527 M3, Our Valley, 2017 Medford Mail Tribune supplement
Living after loss

15 years after Todd Morris disappeared in the Kalmiopsis Wilderness, his widow, Sicily Morris, finds healing by helping others.  pp. 26 - 28.

 

979.527 M3, Our Valley, 2017 Medford Mail Tribune supplement
"No One's Invincible"

The mysterious death of local runner Todd Ragsdale had changed the way many trail runners approach their training.   In January 2016 Ragsdale's body was found near Ashland Creek upstram from the Granite Street reservoir.  His death was More

979.527 M3, Our Valley, 2017 Medford Mail Tribune supplement
Out of the Ashes

Efforts are still underway to rebuild the Eagle Creek Mill lost to fire in 2015.  Owner Bob Russel is working with the Rogue Valley Foundation for the Butte Creek Mill Rebuild. pp. 30, 32, 42.l 

979.527 M3, Our Valley, 2017 Medford Mail Tribune supplement
Still Making Gains"

Seven years frter a horrific motorcycle accident in 2010, formerShady Cove and Elk Trail Principal Tiffany O'Donnell is back at school.pp. 44 - 45

979.527 M3, Our Valley, 2017 Medford Mail Tribune supplement
First the House Then the Kitchen

Memo's Kitchen is a classic story of the American Dream coming true.  In 2010 Guillermo Sanchez was selected by habitat for Humanity to help build and ultimately own a home, funded by Thrivent financial.  In 2013 he was able to open Memo's More

979.527 M3, Our Valley, 2017 Medford Mail Tribune supplement
Kim Search Drew National Attntion

People still talk about the harrowing ordeal of the four members of the Kim family who became lost in the mountains fo Josephine County in December 2006 on Bear Camp Road.  pp. 48, 50 - 51

979.527 M3, Our Valley, 2017 Medford Mail Tribune supplement
Peninger Family

Peninger family papers in four attached files. 

Peninger Family Book 2

electronic files Direct entry
Map S.E.P. & L Co's Klamath river Properties, 1910

Siskiyou Electric Power and Light  [SEP&L] map, scanned in 16 sections. find in SOHS Archives, n:\maps. Map is in Boyle Collection, box 1

Pages