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The Brittt Festival. Where Past Meets Present, Page 295

The Britt Festival: from a small idea to one of the premier summer music festivals in the Pacific Northwest.

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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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Camelot Theatre. Where Past Meets Present, Page 290

Camelot theatre has grown from a converted "feed store" to one of the valleys top performing arts venues.

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The Craterian. Where Past Meets Present, Page 287

Craterian theatre: Medford's first "Movie Palace"

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Jim Belushi Comes to Town. Where Past Meets Present, Page 321

Jim Belushi Actor, musician and local supporter of historic preservation projects.

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The Jewel of Lithia Park. Where Past Meets Present, Page 327

Lithia Park is without a doubt the premier city park in Southern Oregon.

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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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Eden Valley Orchards. Where Past Meets Present, Page 362

Located in southwest Medford, Eden Valley Orchards has a long and storied past.

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Hellgate Jetboat Excursions. Where Past Meets Present, Page 359

Started in 1961 by Grant Garcia the business has become the largest Jetboat Excursion in southern Oregon.

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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 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 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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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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The Applegate Interpretive Center. Where Past Meets Present, Page 347

Located in Sunny Valley the Applegate Trail Interpretive Center was built as a tribute to the brave souls that used the trail.

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The Hanleys and Hanley Farm. Where Past Meets Present, Page 344

Hanley farm is a historic "working farm" near Jacksonville.

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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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The Golden Ghost town of the Valley. Where Past Meets Present, Page 338

The Ghost town of Golden lies east of Wolf Creek in Josephine county.

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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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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.

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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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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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Edison Marshall. Where Past Meets Present, Page 274

The life and times of Edison Marshall

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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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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.

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Glen Wooldridge: The Rogue's Premier Guide. Where Past Meets Present, Page 219

Glen Wooldridge pioneer of the Rogue River

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