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|ID (Link)||Description||Year||Location||Scan location|
White City Drag Strip; Two cars racing
White City Drag Strip; Flagman jumping in air to start race between two cars.
White City Drag Strip; Flagman starting race between two cars, one numbered 169
White City Drag Strip; Flagman jumping in air to start race between two cars, two other men holding starting bars in front of cars.
White City Drag Strip; Flagman jumping in air to start race between two cars, 1934 Ford Coupe and 1940 Ford Coupe.
Central Point Embroidery Club, with: Fox, Stella; Boswell, Maud; and 6 other women
|G36 B 3||Scanned|
Dollarhide, Ross on Tracey, a bucking horse at Ashland Elks Rodeo. Photo by Miller Photo
|G35 E 2||Link||Scanned|
Ashland Study Club in costume for a literary Chautaqua event; including: Mulit, Ms; Ware, Mrs. J. B.; Sherwin, Ms, Seager, Ms; Saunders, Ms; McCoy, Agnes; Eubanks, Ms; VanSant, Ms; Whited, Ms; Andrews, Ms; Watson, Ms; Paley, Ms; Case, Ms; Carter, Ms...
|Engle, Ms; Bordia, Ms||c. 1914||G35 E 3; G50 D 1||Scanned|
|13540.00||Leonard Carpenter's Masquerade Party, 1918 Medford Group in costumes Parties were commonplace in the Rogue Valley when many prosperous people from the East Coast invested in the booming pear industry shortly after the turn of the century. In 1918...||1918||G45 C 5||Scanned|
Singler, August D (or R. H.?) and family; political flyer with photo of family, Sheriff candidate in the primary, before birth of baby who appears in the similar flyer for the general election; 5-1912
|1912||G34 E 3||Scanned|
Float (built by Miller and Britt) representing the State of Oregon for July 4 parade in Jacksonville with Agnes Love as Miss Oregon
|1957||G33 A 6; G36 D 9||Scanned|
Women's Activities: Campaigning: Antoinette Kuzmanich Hatfield (Mrs. Mark O.)
|G33 D 5||Scanned|
Surveyor's party for laying out road to Prospect
|1914||G36 B 1||Link||Scanned|
Cooking on Salmon River trip - 1 man with doughnuts
|G39 B 6||Link||Scanned|
Renault, John in the strawberry patch
Headstone for Peter and Amalia Britt
Dowell house in Jacksonville; 8-1971/ 1971
|G36 E 8||Scanned|
Kennedy, John F. - Pear Blossom Parade 1960 Parade Riding in back of white convertible
|1960||G33 C 6||Scanned|
Medford's first railroad depot. Depot building at Main and Front streets, Riddle House hotel in background. Hotel operated as Riddle House between 1886 and 1888. Medford (Or.) (see also negatives # 9123 and 7348)
|Thomas Collection: G44 F2, Notebook 1a, Page 5||ca.1887||G37 B 6; G37 E 4; G39 E 5; G44 F 2||Link||Scanned|