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|All Authors / Contributors:||Kiser Photo Co. (Portland, Or.); Weister, George M.,; Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Company.; Southern Pacific Company.|
|Notes:||Stapled binding. In tan wrapper with text in brown. Title and cover illustration of "The Oregon Girl" rendered in brown with tan highlights. Tan publication text with black and white photographs. Photographs by [Francis J. or William H.?] Catterlin, Kiser Photo Co., Kramer, Matthews, Prill, Stevans, and [George M.] Weister.
Maps on p. [2-3] of cover.
Publication date from photograph of the 1907 "Queen of the Astoria Regatta" and reference to the upcoming "Columbia River Regatta at Astoria," and tipped-in sheet found at back of book-- "Pub. 31. 5-5-08-25M."
Single sheet, printed both sides, tipped-in after p. 64: "Homebuilders take notice ... [Obtain] interesting and instructive publications ... by addressing any of the railroad resprentatives named on the following page ... Wm. McMurray, general passenger agent, Portland, Oregon."
|Description:||64 pages : illustrations, maps ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||[Map of Western Oregon] --
Oregon, the out-of-door state --
Portland : near-by pleasure trips --
The Mazam outing : mountaineering in the Northwest --
Down the Columbia to North Beach, Washington --
The Astoria regatta : the festival of the salmon season --
The Upper Columbia : a delightful trip by rail or boat --
Cloud Cap Inn : an accessible Mount Hood resort --
Newport on Yaquina Bay : Oregon's great natural beach resort --
Corvallis and Albany : two attractive outing centers --
Up the Santiam River : from Albany, east into the the Cascades --
Eugene outings : river, springs and mountains readily reached --
Along Umpqua River : drain and its environs --
Rogue River outings : Medford, a point of departure --
Crater Lake : the lake-wonder of Oregon --
Ashland's resorts --
Oregon's springs : health and pleasure resorts --
Summer excursion rates --
Map of a portion of Oregon and Washington showing lines of the Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.
|Other Titles:||Outings in Oregon|