Port Umpqua Courier (newspaper) Photographs

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Port Umpqua Courier (newspaper) Photographs

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Photographs taken for the Port Umpqua Courier newspaper, later called The Courier. Some of these photographs were published in the newspaper.

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Items in the Port Umpqua Courier (newspaper) Photographs Collection

Nancy Ruppe
Photo of Nancy Ruppe, 1970s.

Girl Scouts planting Bicentennial Park
Girl Scouts planting Bicentennial Park, 1970s

Vessel "Pacific"
Vessel docked along the Umpqua River. Name on stern reads "Pacific, Army Corps of Engineers, US Army."

Courier Second Extra, January 6, 1956
Boat Service Around Slide for Up-River Loggers and Public Arranged by State, County, Civil Defence Cooperation with Service to be in Full Swing Tuesday! January 6, 1956

Hugh Clardy at Texaco, 1976
On left, Hugh Clardy senior, the owner of Texaco gas station at the junction of Highways 38 and 101.

Arnie Pajari, 1976
Arnie Pajari, whose wife Irma taught school in Reedsport for many years.

Victoria Sykes, c. 1976
Photo taken in the offices of the Courier newspaper. Victoria Sykes' father owned the Courier.

Fleet Days Salmon Bake, 1972
Crowd enjoying a salmon bake in Winchester Bay during Fleet Days. Williams' truck.

Miriam Sturgeon, c. 1976
Miriam Sturgeon about to drop a ballot in The Courier's Who's Who Contest.

Bolon Island, flood of 1964
Drive-in movie theater and radio station KRAF, dial 1470, after the flood of 1964.

Charlie the Friendly Whale, 1976
Whale sculpture at Windy Cove RV Park and Campground in Winchester Bay. "Charlie the Friendly Whale" would occasionally spout water.