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    Multnomah Falls, Oregon
    Creation Date: 1886
    Catalog ID: 1990.0.26
    Oil painting by James Everett Stuart. Multnomah Falls, Oregon. Dated 1886.
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    [souvenir plate]
    Creation Date: 1960-1980?
    Catalog ID: 2004.0.444
    Souvenir plate made of white ceramic with transfer print decoration. Round; rounded raised base; raised sides. Sloping rim above depressed round center. At center of plate is round decal with color illustrations of sites in Oregon. At center is gold color filled map of Oregon with sprig of Oregon grape. Around it are illustrations of a beaver, the Astor Column, road along Oregon coast, Fort Vancouver, a settler's home, a logging train, mill and lumber flume, State Capitol building, Crater Lake, Bonneville Dam, a girl diving, a covered wagon, a ski lift above Timberline Lodge at Mt. Hood, and Multnomah Falls. Rim edge is green with gold trim edging. Overall pattern of gold fleur de lis on the green background.
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    Multnomah Falls
    Creation Date: ca.1887
    Catalog ID: 1933.55.1.5
    Call Number: PHOTO A 1933.55.1.5
    Black and white fairly close photographic image, of Multnomah Falls, a tall waterfall cascading down the side of a mountain, Multnomah County, OR, ca. 1887. A wooden bridge crosses in front of waterfall about 1/6 of the height of the fall. A man stands to the left, looking toward the camera. Part of a small wooden shelter is at the far left of the image. Isaac G. Davidson, photographer
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    Multnomah Falls
    Creation Date: ca. 1924
    Catalog ID: C1970.28.175
    Photograph of Multnomah Falls, Oregon. This is a vertical panoramic view. The fall is in the center of the image, with the footbridge about 1/3 of the way up the image. Greenery grows on both sides of the fall.
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    [set of leather postcards]
    Creation Date: ca. 1900-1908
    Catalog ID: 2018.60.1
    Group of 28 postcards (a-ab), made of rectangular pieces of leather, ca. 1900-1908. Stamped on one side of most is the name "post card", along with some postal marks and remnants of stamps. Some addresses are visible. On the other side are stamped illustrations of many subjects including domestic cats and dogs, children, birds, other animals, buildings, and some flowers. Several have identification stamped or written locations. Some are hand colored. Some illustrations may be hand drawn. One postcard has an illustration of an African American man. Another has a color postcard with illustration of Multnomah Falls affixed to it. Many of the postcards have holes punched along sides to allow them to be strung together as pillows or wall hangings. Postcards were sent between Nellie Storms and Scott Ellis, the donor's great grandparents prior to their marriage. Storms was a captain in the Salvation Army at the time.
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    [Multnomah Falls]
    Creation Date: ca. 1900
    Catalog ID: 1956.43.11.1
    Call Number: 1956.43.11.1
    Multnomah Falls, ca. 1900. Marked: Multnomah Falls, Ore. as seen from Columbia River. 800 ft. high
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    Multnomah Falls, Columbia River, height 850 feet
    Creation Date: 1878-1887
    Catalog ID: 1933.55.1.6
    Call Number: 1933.55.1.6
    Black/white photo of Multnomah Falls, along the Columbia River, 1878-1887. A tall water fall cascades over rocks into water below. Landscape raises to allow for upper and lower falls. Lena Clancy album. Isaac G. Davidson, photographer
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    Multnomah Falls & Benson Bridge
    Creation Date: 1916-1925
    Catalog ID: C1984.2.46
    Panoramic photograph of Multnomah Falls, in Oregon. The waterfall is high and narrow and plunges down a cliff to a first pool, then again to an unseen pool below. About a third of the way up the print is a stone footbridge. A walkway with stone railing is at the bottom of the image.
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    Multnomah Falls , 620 ft., Columbia River Highway
    Creation Date: ca. 1925
    Catalog ID: 2012.123.15
    Call Number: 2012.123.15
    Black and white image of Multnomah Falls near the Columbia River Highway, OR. The photo shows the two cascades of the falls and the Benson Bridge that spans the pool between the falls.
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    [Multnomah Falls]
    Creation Date: ca. 1900
    Catalog ID: 1956.43.11.2
    Call Number: 1956.43.11.2
    Multnomah Falls, ca. 1900. Marked: Multnomah Falls. Nearer view.