Community Collection Day - May 13, 2016

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Title

Community Collection Day - May 13, 2016

Subject

Community Collection Day

Description

Material contributed by the public at the second Community Collection Day, May 13, 2016, Lower Umpqua Senior Center.

Publisher

Reedsport Main Street

Items in the Community Collection Day - May 13, 2016 Collection

Farming with oxen team, c. 1890
Glass negative of oxen team on "Cramers Photo Dry Plates." Belonged to Alma Odyssey Sloniker, grandmother of contributor Anna Plov. Alma was married to Carl Pyritz from Smith River, then married Russel Daley. She was raised in Five Mile near…

Oxen pulling vessel on trail, c. 1890
Glass negative of oxen team on "Cramers Photo Dry Plates." Belonged to Alma Odyssey Sloniker, grandmother of contributor Anna Plov. Alma was married to Carl Pyritz from Smith River, then married Russel Daley. She was raised in Five Mile near…

Oxen working in field, c. 1890
Glass negative of oxen team on "Cramers Photo Dry Plates." Belonged to Alma Odyssey Sloniker, grandmother of contributor Anna Plov. Alma was married to Carl Pyritz from Smith River, then married Russel Daley. She was raised in Five Mile near…

Oxen and men working in field, c. 1890
Glass negative of oxen team on "Cramers Photo Dry Plates." Belonged to Alma Odyssey Sloniker, grandmother of contributor Anna Plov. Alma was married to Carl Pyritz from Smith River, then married Russel Daley. She was raised in Five Mile near…

Woman in orchard, c. 1890
Glass negative of a woman in a dress standing in an orchard, taken on "Cramers Photo Dry Plates." Belonged to Alma Odyssey Sloniker, grandmother of contributor Anna Plov. Alma was married to Carl Pyritz from Smith River, then married Russel Daley.…

Men posing next to plow and oxen, c. 1890
Glass negative of men and oxen team on "Cramers Photo Dry Plates." Belonged to Alma Odyssey Sloniker, grandmother of contributor Anna Plov. Alma was married to Carl Pyritz from Smith River, then married Russel Daley. She was raised in Five Mile near…

Boy and dog after a goose hunt, c. 1890
Glass negative of a boy holding dead geese and rifle with dog, taken on "Cramers Photo Dry Plates." Belonged to Alma Odyssey Sloniker, grandmother of contributor Anna Plov. Alma was married to Carl Pyritz from Smith River, then married Russel Daley.…

Men and oxen standing by trough, c. 1890
Glass negative of men and oxen taken on "Cramers Photo Dry Plates." Belonged to Alma Odyssey Sloniker, grandmother of contributor Anna Plov. Alma was married to Carl Pyritz from Smith River, then married Russel Daley. She was raised in Five Mile near…

Woman with two girls, c. 1890
Glass negative of a woman and two girls posing against a wall with grape print wallpaper, taken on "Cramers Photo Dry Plates." One of the girls may be Alma Odyssey Sloniker. Photo dry plates belonged to Alma Odyssey Sloniker, grandmother of…

Vacation Camp, c. 1940
"Popular vacation camp on Lake Tahkenitch"

Construction of the Rainbow Tavern, c. 1925
North 4th Street, Reedsport, looking north. Sidewalks are wooden boardwalks elevated on pilings above the unpaved street.

North 4th Street flood, c. 1936
Flooded 4th Street looking north. Rainbow Cafe / Rainbow Tavern

Fir Grove Court, Reedsport, 1950
Located at 22nd Street and Highway 101, Reedsport. Neon sign. Photo says, "South End Reedsport, Oregon . . . Phone 2151"

Gardiner waterfront, 1913
Two tall ships and a tug boat in the Umpqua River by Gardiner.

Scottsburg main street, c. 1927
Scottsburg church, stage depot.

Hotel Gardiner, c. 1900
Five men standing in front of the Gardiner Hotel.

Elk Creek west of Drain, c. 1912
Photo is mislabeled as "Marshfield - Drain stage line along the Umpqua River." This section of the Marshfield - Drain stage line is along Elk Creek west of Drain, now Highway 38.

Highway scene, Drain to Reedsport, 1931
Highway 38 between Elkton and Reedsport following the Umpqua River.

Drain to Reedsport Highway, 1931
Highway 38 along the Umpqua River.

Totem Inn, Drain, c. 1930
Totem Inn at Highway 38 and South B Street, Drain. Signs on building say, "Standard Oil Products," "Home Cooking Fountain Service," "Eat Here," "Salads Our Specialty" and "AAA American Automobile Association."