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    Portland, Mt. Hood, Columbia River gorge: go great...go Great Northern
    Creation Date: 1959
    Catalog ID: 2001.100.85
    Call Number: EPH-A/979.5/G798p/1959
    1 sheet, folded; col. ill., map Front fold is view overlookng Portland toward Mt. Hood. Ephemera
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    The Guardians of the Columbia by John H. Williams: author of ''The Mountain that was God''
    Creation Date: 1913
    Catalog ID: 1999.34.166
    Call Number: EPH/979./77821/J1g/1913
    1 sheet; ill.; Leaflet advertises the two books and includes excerpts of reviews
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    [Climbers Descending Mount Hood, OR]
    Creation Date: 1901
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.18
    Call Number: 1943.42.18
    Black and white, fairly close glass plate negative image of a row of 13 mountaineers, Co. A, including men and women, descending snow and ice covered Mount Hood, OR, 1901. All hold alpenstocks, and some have canteens over their shoulders. Some have their faces covered. One woman wears a bonnet, and another a large hat. The men leading the descent has a coil of rope over his shoulder. The tiny figures of 4 groups of climbers, ranging from 2 to about 14 people, are visible in the left background. An outcropping of rock or glacier is in image right background. Asahel Curtis
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    [cup]
    Creation Date: 1900-1940
    Catalog ID: 1993.26.36H
    Plain gray tin cup. Part of a set the donor describes as "cooking tins" or "camping utensils," which comprise items a through b of 1993.26.36. 1900-1940.
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    [cup]
    Creation Date: 1900-1940
    Catalog ID: 1993.26.36L
    Plain gray tin cup. Part of a set the donor describes as "cooking tins" or "camping utensils," which comprise items a through b of 1993.26.36. 1900-1940
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    [cup]
    Creation Date: 1900-1940
    Catalog ID: 1993.26.36P
    Plain gray tin cup. Part of a set the donor describes as "cooking tins" or "camping utensils," which comprise items a through b of 1993.26.36. 1900-1940
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    Mount Hood from Horse Thief Butte
    Creation Date: 2002, 2002
    Catalog ID: 2005.22.111
    Horsethief Butte in Horsethief Lake State Park on the Columbia River across the river from the Dalles, Oregon with Mt. Hood in the distance. Horsethief State Lake State Park is the location of many Native American petroglyphs including the well known "She Who Watches." Lewis and Clark arrived here on October 24, 1805. Otak,, Inc., 2002.
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    [Mt.] Hood from 40 mls. west
    Creation Date: 1913
    Catalog ID: 1983.79.1.108
    Call Number: 1983.79.1.108
    Mt. Hood. The Columbia River winds past rocky banks--forested hills with Mt. Hood looming snow covered in the distance.
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    Portland, Oregon
    Creation Date: 1878-1884
    Catalog ID: 1933.55.2.4
    Call Number: 1933.55.2.3.4
    Many houses and other urban dwellings flank the Willamette River on both banks, looking southeasterly toward Mt. Hood visible in the distance.
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    Fort Vancouver (1853) with Mount Hood in the Background
    Creation Date: 1968
    Catalog ID: 1969.129.1
    Framed acrylic on board genre painting depicting an interior scene of a log trading post at Fort Vancouver with Mount Hood in the background. By Ruth K. Babbit, 1968.