Oregon Artifacts

objects created or given shape by human influence

Oregon Artifacts

objects created or given shape by human influence

Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon
Portland Boathouse, Portland, Oregon
Portland Boathouse, Portland, Oregon
Tidewater Gas Station, Tidewater, Oregon
Tidewater Gas Station, Tidewater, Oregon
Covered Bridge Tour Yachats Oregon
Covered Bridge Tour Yachats Oregon
Saint Johns Bridge Portland Oregon
Saint Johns Bridge Portland Oregon
Heceta Head, Florence, Oregon
Heceta Head, Florence, Oregon
Rusty Firetruck, Central Oregon
Rusty Firetruck, Central Oregon
Portland Skyline One, Portland Oregon
Portland Skyline One, Portland Oregon
Siuslaw River Crossing
Siuslaw River Crossing
Siuslaw Waterfront One, Florence, Oregon
Siuslaw Waterfront One, Florence, Oregon
Siuslaw River Bridge Pastel, Florence, Oregon
Siuslaw River Bridge Pastel, Florence, Oregon
Night falls on the Siuslaw River in Florence Oregon
Night falls on the Siuslaw River in Florence Oregon
Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad Detail
Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad Detail
Art Deco Bridge, Alsea Bay, Waldport, Oregon
Art Deco Bridge, Alsea Bay, Waldport, Oregon
Portland Skyline Pano, Portland, Oregon
Portland Skyline Pano, Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon
Alsea Bridge, Waldport. Oregon
Alsea Bridge, Waldport. Oregon
Tilikum Crossing, Portlandia, Bridge City
Tilikum Crossing, Portlandia, Bridge City
Celebrate Florence, Florence, Oregon
Celebrate Florence, Florence, Oregon
Covered Bridge, Central Oregon
Covered Bridge, Central Oregon
Bridge City, Portland, Oregon
Bridge City, Portland, Oregon
Siuslaw Bridge Bold, Florence, Oregon
Siuslaw Bridge Bold, Florence, Oregon
Motion Study Three, Thor's Well Cape Perpetua, Or
Motion Study Three, Thor's Well Cape Perpetua, Or
Tilikum Crossing Too, Portland, Oregon
Tilikum Crossing Too, Portland, Oregon
Driftwood Detail, Siletz Bay, Oregon
Driftwood Detail, Siletz Bay, Oregon
Mo's pier, Lincoln City, Or
Mo's pier, Lincoln City, Or
Sweet Creek Falls, Siuslaw Forest
Sweet Creek Falls, Siuslaw Forest
Broken Headstones , Pure Hatred...
Broken Headstones , Pure Hatred...
Tulip Detail One, Woodburn, Oregon
Tulip Detail One, Woodburn, Oregon
1936 Art deco draw bridge on the Siuslaw river in Florence Oregon. HDR illustration Early Summer
1936 Art deco draw bridge on the Siuslaw river in Florence Oregon. HDR illustration Early Summer
Motion Study One, Seal Rock State Park
Motion Study One, Seal Rock State Park
Overachiever, Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival
Overachiever, Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival
Yachats River Delta, Yachats, Oregon
Yachats River Delta, Yachats, Oregon
Crater Lake HDR Pano
Crater Lake HDR Pano
Motion Study Two, Thor's Well. Cape Perpetua
Motion Study Two, Thor's Well. Cape Perpetua
Siuslaw River Bridge Two, Florence, Oregon
Siuslaw River Bridge Two, Florence, Oregon
Deaths' Door, Ocean View Abbey
Deaths' Door, Ocean View Abbey
Shadows in the Sand
Shadows in the Sand
Haystack Rock One, Cannon Beach, Oregon
Haystack Rock One, Cannon Beach, Oregon
Bridge in the Mist One, Florence, Oregon
Bridge in the Mist One, Florence, Oregon
Rain Forest One, Carl Washburne State Park
Rain Forest One, Carl Washburne State Park
Chair One, North Jetty, Florence, Oregon
Chair One, North Jetty, Florence, Oregon
Restless Waters Detail, Cape Perpetua, OR
Restless Waters Detail, Cape Perpetua, OR
Heceta Lens Detail One, Florence, Oregon
Heceta Lens Detail One, Florence, Oregon
Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad Detail 25
Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad Detail 25
Thor's Well Poster, Yachats, Oregon
Thor's Well Poster, Yachats, Oregon
The Mary D. Hume was a steamer built at Gold Beach, Oregon in 1881, by R. D. Hume, a pioneer and early businessman in that area. Gold Beach was then called Ellensburg. The Hume had a long career, first hauling goods between Oregon and San Francisco, then as a whaler in Alaska, as a service vessel in the Alaskan cannery trade, then as a tugboat. She was retired in 1977 and returned to Gold Beach. In 1985 she sank in the Rogue River and has remained there ever since as a derelict vessel on the shoreline. The Hume is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Mary D. Hume was a steamer built at Gold Beach, Oregon in 1881, by R. D. Hume, a pioneer and early businessman in that area. Gold Beach was then called Ellensburg. The Hume had a long career, first hauling goods between Oregon and San Francisco, then as a whaler in Alaska, as a service vessel in the Alaskan cannery trade, then as a tugboat. She was retired in 1977 and returned to Gold Beach. In 1985 she sank in the Rogue River and has remained there ever since as a derelict vessel on the shoreline. The Hume is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Alsea Bay Fly-Over, Waldport, Oregon
Alsea Bay Fly-Over, Waldport, Oregon

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