Kay Atwood papers, 1850-2016  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Com
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee)
Title
Kay Atwood papers
Dates
1850-2016 (inclusive)
Quantity
27 linear feet, (52 boxes)
Collection Number
MSS.025
Summary
Local historian and author Kay Atwood has written extensively about the Southern Oregon region. Atwood's collection includes her publications, accompanied by her research notes, correspondence and photographs. Related publications, many written for cities and forest agencies, are also included.
Repository
Southern Oregon University, Hannon Library
Hannon Library, Special Collections
1250 Siskiyou Blvd
Ashland, OR
97520
Telephone: 541-552-6841
libspec@sou.edu
Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Kay Atwood was local historian and author. She has written extensively about the Southern Oregon region. Atwood's books include Illahe: The Story of Settlement in the Rogue River Canyon, Mill Creek Journal: Ashland Oregon, 1850-1860, and Chaining Oregon: Surveying the Public Lands of the Pacific Northwest, 1851-1855. Her many other books and articles explore the settlement and development of communities in Southern Oregon and include National Register nominations, cultural resource inventories, and environmental and organizational histories.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Kay Atwood's collection includes her publications, accompanied by her research notes, correspondence and photographs. Related publications, many written for cities and forest agencies, are also included.

A significant part of the donation are the forms, research notes, and maps concerning the nomination to the National Register of Historic Places of properties in communities and forest areas primarily in Jackson, Josephine, and Klamath counties, Oregon. The National Register is the official list of the nation's historic places worthy of preservation, and proposed properties must meet criteria regarding their age, integrity, and significance.

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Restrictions on Use

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For fair use/educational reproduction, please provide the following credit: From the Kay Atwood papers, courtesy of Southern Oregon University Hannon Library.

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1 MSS025:01.01: William McCredie house, 2606 Old Stage Road, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the McCredie Historical house. The McCredie house located at 2606 Old Stage Rd., Medford, OR.Originally located on the Thomas Ward Donation Land Claim, William and Missouri May McCredie purchased 50 acres in 1905 and constructed their home in 1908.Located Township 37 S R2 W Section 16.
1979
1 2 MSS025:01.02: 8th and C, Alexander McMillan house, 110 Eighth Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Alexander McMillian House, built in 1905, connected to the original Railroad Addition of 1883. The property is located in Section 39 South, Range 1 East, Section, 9.There are three property plot maps included in the file, as well as images of the house and yard.Originally from Scotland, Alexander McMillian arrived in America as a child in 1850. After sixty years of the cold Montana winters, Alexander and Eva McMillian came to Ashland in 1909.
1980
1 3 MSS025:01.03: Eddings - Provost house, 364 Vista Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Eddings-Provost house as a combination of Queen Anne and Eastern Stick Styles located in township 39 south, range 1 east Willamette Meridian. The architect, James Norris constructed the house during 1888-1889 for George C. Eddings and his family. In 1893, Mr. Eddings sold the home and his hardware business to Damina Banani Provost.Photocopies of newspaper clippings, dating from 1925-1971, mention family members. There are two property plot plans included in the file.
1980
1 4 MSS025:01.04: Beach Baldwin house, 348 Hargadine Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Baldwin Beach house as a modified version of the Queen Anne style constructed in 1884, located in section 9, township 39, range 1 east Willamette Meridian. Mr. Baldwin Beach built many of the early homes of Ashland between 1878 and 1910. Mr. Baldwin was considered the "Pioneer Builder of Ashland." This property served as Mr. Baldwin's residence.There are five images of the house and property and two property plot plans.
1978
1 5 MSS025:01.05: Nils Ahlstrom house, 248 5th Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Nils Ahlstrom house. John Fruhan constructed the Nils Ahlstrom house in 1888, in the Classical Revival Style, located in the Ashland Railroad District, section 9, township 39 range 1 east.There are photocopies of two newspaper articles dated October 2, 1888, and March 18, 1919. Also, a handwritten family history of the Ahlstrone family dated February 4, 1963. The file includes images of the exterior of the house showing different angles and views. Three plot plans are included.
1979
1 6 MSS025:01.06: Easterling house, 394 Liberty Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
John Easterling was a businessman who purchased property and built many businesses in the Ashland Railroad District. A unique feature of the John Easterling house is the porch obtained from Southern Oregon Normal School and incorporated into his new home.The file consists of a preliminary workup for the Easterling house including a property plot plan.
1982
1 7 MSS025:01.07: Prospect Hotel, 39 Mill Creek Drive, Prospect, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Prospect Hotel. Originally a private residence, Albion Howard Boothby built the home, located in township 32, south range 3 east, section 29, in 1892. Initially known as "Boothby House" it served as a stopping point for visitors going to Crater Lake. First, wagons traveling over mountain roads, followed by automobiles bringing worldwide visitors to Prospect and Crater Lake.The file includes a Mail Tribune article concerning the historic Prospect Hotel dated July 19, 1979, a photocopy from the Civics Class from Prospect High School dated 1936-37, and "The History of the Upper Rogue" from 1870 to 1932.
1979
1 8 MSS025:01.08: Perozzi house, 88 Granite Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The Domingo Perozzi House established in 1902 as a private residence; the architect is unknown. Included are elevation and floor plans for the main floor and upper level of the house.The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Domingo Perozzi house as a private residence built in 1902. The architect is unknown. Included are elevation and floor plans for the main floor and upper level of the house, as well as, one property plot plan. Born in Switzerland in 1871, Domingo came to California with his father when he was a young child. After moving to Ashland, he started the Ashland Creamery in Autumn of 1896 delivering milk, butter, and other items. He also was involved with other business ventures in the community including the Oregon Hotel. He married a local girl Louise Caniere in November 1902.
1979
1 9 MSS025:01.09: Ernest Victor Carter home, 505 Siskiyou Boulevard, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Ernest Victor Carter house located in township 39 south, range 1 east, Willamette Meridian. Mr. Carter, a successful banker, built the home in 1886 as an example of the Queen Anne architectural style. The nomination form describes the house as one of Ashland's more elegant homes of this style remaining.The file includes several photocopies of the house a variety of different views, as well as the town of Ashland and some of the other homes around Ashland. A Mail Tribune article dated October 14, 1979, notes the house is being revived how after years of neglect.
1978
1 10 MSS025:01.10: Swedenburg House, Chappel-Swedenburg house, 990 Siskiyou Boulevard, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Chappel-Swedenburg house located in township 39 south, 1 east, section 9, built as a private residence in 1904-1905 for retired New York stockbroker Charles Chappel and his family. The home's unique architecture is an example of Frank Chamberlain Clark's work. Dr. Francis Swedenburg, born in Sweden, moved to Ashland shortly after his wedding to Olive E. Eggleston in Red Wing, Minnesota. In 1919, Helen Chappel Lathrop deeded the house to Dr. Swedenburg. The house now stands on the western border of Southern Oregon University on Mountain Avenue and Siskiyou Boulevard and is part of the campus.The file contains various newspaper articles discussing the historic preservation of the Swedenburg House, as well as, letters from persons associated with the Southern Oregon State College regarding conserving the Swedenburg house. In addition, the file includes two property plot plans, a map of Southern Oregon State College, and other layouts of Ashland city streets and businesses.
1982
1 11 MSS025:01.11: Ashland Bank, Bank of Ashland, 15 North Main Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Ashland Bank located in township 39 south, range 1 east Willamette Meridian, Section 9. Constructed in 1884 the building became the first banking resource for the city of Ashland. The building ceased to be the Bank of Ashland in 1939. Mr. Henry G. Enders purchased it and rented it out as office space and used by a Justice of the Peace for many years. Mr. Enders sold the building in 1954. Originally built out of wood it was replaced with a brick after a fire destroyed many of the structures in town. L.S.P. Marsh also built the Jackson County Courthouse in Jacksonville the prior year. Mr. Marsh hired Byers and Guerin to do the brickwork, and J.H. Whipp of Jacksonville built the foundation.The file includes correspondence concerning the nomination, rehabilitation, and restoration of the building.
1979
1 12 MSS025:01.12: Emerick-Phillips house, or Lena Anderson Phillips house, 1068 East Main Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Emerick-Phillips house located in township 39 south, range 1 east section 9. Established in 1908 as a private residence for Jeremiah C. Emerick and his wife, Sarah. Architecturally, this house is the only Bungalow Style left in Ashland to that is representative in style, setting, and integrity. It is equally valuable for its ties to Eli K. Anderson and his family, who were significant contributors to Ashland and Southern Oregon.The file includes floor plans for the house and images of the exterior and interior, a property plot plan, and a layout of the city of Ashland.
1985
1 13 MSS025:01.13: Evans-Mattern House, 208 Hargadine Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Evans-Mattern House located in section 9 of township 39, range 1 east. Frank Chamberlain Clark designed the home for Samuel J. Evans and his family in 1905. The house was sold it to Herman and Frederika Mattern in 1910. Herman Mattern came to Ashland from Colorado as a mining engineer to work in the Ashland Mine, eventually owning the mine. The Matterns worked to make their home a showplace in Ashland. They became victims of the 1929 stock market losing all their money and had to sell their home.The file includes plot plans, images of the house, and correspondence concerning the nomination.
1979
1 14 MSS025:01.14: Rogue Elk Hotel, 27390 Highway 62, Trail, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination forms describes The Rogue Elk Hotel located in Section 36 of Township 33, Range One West. Charles Power designed the hotel with a Colonial Style architecture. Mr. W. G. McDonald, an artist who came to Medford from Canada in 1914, opened the hotel with his brother L.E. McDonald in 1916.The file includes images of newspaper articles, a portion of Oregon State Highway map 1923, hotel plans, Eagle Point Independent October 16, 1979, and The Mail Tribune October 11, 1979.
1979
1 15 MSS025:01.15: H. Van Hoevenburg House
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The article "An historic Salute to Siskiyou Ranch" published in the Mail Tribune, May 24, 1981, describes the property in an interview with Vivian van Hoevenberg Allen. The 340-acre ranch defined as the largest Comice pear orchard in Sams Valley and possibly the world to be under one ownership in 1919. Frank Chamberlain Clark, who had built numerous homes in Ashland, was the architect for the van Hoevenburg house in 1919.
1981
1 16 MSS025:01.16: Rock Point Hotel, 40 North River Road, Gold Hill, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Rock Point Hotel, located in Township 36 South, Range 3 West, Section 17. The file includes plot plans, crate labels, and correspondence concerning the nomination.The architect of the Classical Revival architecture is unknown, but John Campbell is possibly the builder. The Rock Point Hotel built in 1865, functioned as a stop for the stage and an essential stop for travelers. In 1907, the Rock Point Hotel and the surrounding lands were purchased by F.K. Duell and Alf Weeks who combined the property with eight hundred acres to build up the Del Rio Orchard company that grew a variety of fruits.
1979
1 17 MSS025:01.17: Ernest Victor Carter 2nd House, 514 Siskiyou Blvd, Carter-Fortmiller House, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Carter-Fortmiller House, located in Township 39 South, Range 1 East of the town of Ashland. The bungalow style house was built in 1909, by architect Frank Chamberlain Clark. The file includes an Ashland city map and correspondence concerning the nomination.After Mr. Carter's death in 1933, his widow Anna Carter sold the house to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fortmiller who came to Ashland in 1926, as the first manager of the J. C. Penney Co. in Ashland. Mr. Fortmiller began his own business, Fortmiller's Department store in 1935.
1983
1 18 MSS025:01.18: Curry Manor-Warner (part 1), Nathaniel Curry Estate,1458 Quail Lane, Roseburg, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes The Nathaniel Curry property and house located in Township 26, Range 6 West, Willamette Meridian, in Section 32 near Roseburg, Oregon. The Nathaniel Curry estate was one of the largest farms to exist in Douglas County, with 2,090-acres. The house is of the Queen Anne style, but the architect is unknown. The file consists of correspondence concerning nomination, copy of Graduating Exercises, Roseburg High School 1903, copy of 1880 Census of the United States, handwritten notes, letters of historical inquiry, and photo slide of property.Nathaniel Curry was an immigrant from Ireland and arrived in the United States in 1835 as a boy with his family. He and his two brothers moved from the east to San Francisco and opened a business. There is an extensive amount of information about the family and their business dealings.
1983
1 19 MSS025:01.19: Curry Manor-Warner (part 2), Nathaniel Curry Estate,1458 Quail Lane, Roseburg, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The file consists of additional correspondence concerning the nomination of the Nathaniel Curry Estate. Research materials include a copy of The News-Review Weekender, 1983, and a possible record of the architect.
1983
2 1 MSS025:02.01: Pracht, 234 Vista Street, Humboldt Pracht House, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Humboldt Pracht House, located in Township 39 South, Range 1 East, Section 9. The file consists of plot plans, city plans, correspondence concerning the nomination, and a newspaper clipping from an unknown paper about 1910.Humboldt Pracht arrived in Ashland in 1886 with his father, Max Pracht. The Prachts occupied the residence for the thirty years. Historically the house represents a time of prosperity associated with the Southern Pacific Railroad, which paid their employees well. The house is an excellent example of the Bungalow style with little alteration over the years.
1980
2 2 MSS025:02.02: 80 Hargadine, Amos and Vera Nininger House, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Amos and Vera Nininger House, located in Township 39 South, Range 1 East, Willamette Meridian, Section 9. Thomas J. Downing, the builder, constructed the house in 1909-1910. The file also consists of correspondence concerning the nomination. A Bungalow style, one of twelve concrete structures in Ashland and one of five that are residences.Historically the house has retained its integrity and conveys a quality that is without compromise. Amos, a prominent businessman, was a grocer and restaurant owner in Ashland for fifty years. Vera, the granddaughter of B. F. Reeser, pioneer hardware merchant of Ashland, and daughter of Charles Logan, the local photographer from 1879 to 1890.
1982
2 3 MSS025:02.03: L. D. Bragg House, Glenview Orchard, 1395 Carpenter Hill Road, Phoenix, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Glenview Orchard located in Township 38 South 1 West, Section 7. The property includes a Period English Tudor style residence, a foreman's house, a barn, two water reservoir sheds, and a garage. The architect Frank C. Clarkhome designed and built the house for Lawrence and Catherine Bragg in 1922. The file consists of a growing chart, map of orchard area, correspondence of nomination, handwritten notes, images of house and property, newspaper articles, and two letters about the property.
1993
2 4 MSS025:02.04: Pelton, John and Charlotte House, 228 B Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Pelton House located in Section 9, Township 39 South, Range 1 East. W.J. Schmidt built the Late Victorian house in 1894. In 1991 the house was damaged by fire, and many of the residents of Ashland encouraged Pelton's to preserve the dwelling. The house is the sole example of its type and style in the Railroad District.The file consists of images of a plot plan, house floor plans, correspondence concerning restoring home, newspaper articles, a petition to preserve the historic house, fire reports, handwritten notes, and pictures of the house.
1993
2 5 MSS025:02.05: 1917 East Main, Medford, Oregon, Clark - Jackson House
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Clark–Jackson House located in Township 37 Range 1 West, Section 29. Frank C. Clark designed the Colonial Revival house for his family in 1930.The file consists of plot plans, correspondence concerning nomination, biographical sketch, newspaper article, information on Frank C. Clark buildings in Rogue Valley, photograph negatives and slides.
1982
2 6 MSS025:02.06: Patton Draft File, The Hamilton and Edith Patton House, 245 Valley View Drive, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
There are letters and other materials concerning the nomination of the Hamilton and Edith Patton House into the National Register of Historic Places. Louis B. Humphrys designed the home in the Tudor Revival style. He also designed the landscape to be of English design. Humphrys was the only designer that was a genuine challenge to the dominance of Frank C. Clark in the Rogue Valley.The May 8, 1927, Medford Mail Tribune article titled "Alfred S. V. Carpenter's Beautiful Home Now Complete," describes another Humphrys design. Included are letters of correspondence, handwritten notes, plot plans, floor plans, and images of negatives.
1992
2 7 MSS025:02.07: Hamilton Patton House, 245 Valley View, Drive, Medford,Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Hamilton and Edith Patton House located in Section 20, Township 37 South, Range 1 West Willamette Meridian. Louis B Humphrys built the private residence in 1929. The home is an example of the Arts and Crafts style with Tudor architectural details. In addition to designing the house, Humphrys also designed the landscaping to match the details of the home. The house remained Edith Patton's residence until 1961.The file consists of correspondence regarding the nomination, plot plans, floor plans, photocopy images of the house, photo of Humphrys, handwritten notes, and photographs.
1993
2 8 MSS025:02.08: 2336 Table Rock Road, Dr. Charles T. and Mary Sweeney, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Charles T. and Mary Sweeney House located in Section 13, Township 37 South, Range 2 West. The architect, Frank C. Clark built the private residence as an example of 20th century French Provincial style architecture. What makes the house unique is that it is a mixture of Norman Farmhouse, Tudor, and Colonial styles.The file consists of correspondence regarding the nomination, plot plans, floor plans, a sketch of property plans with the landscape, newspaper images and images of the house.
1993
2 9 MSS025:02.09: Handley Farm - Landmark, 1053 Hanley Road, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination forms describe the properties of Hanley Farms, Timberlake Lodge and Oregon Caves Historic District. These forms provide descriptions, information, and the significance of the property to warrant inclusion on the National Registry of Historic Places.The research paper describes the history of the family and farm during the years 1857 to 1986. After 1986, the Southern Oregon Historical Society began to oversee the property.Addition materials include substantial correspondence regarding the steps needed to have the Hanley Farm nominated as a National Historic Landmark and examples showing exterior views of the Timberlake Lodge. Also, supporting materials such as plot plans, floor plans, drawings of ideas for landscaping, and other correspondence is available.
1983
2 10 MSS025:02.10: Roper House, Fordyce and Julia Roper House-Winchester Inn, 35 South Second Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Roper House as a private residence constructed in 1885-1886. It became significant to the area as a place of medicine in southern Oregon and survived two fires before becoming the Winchester Inn.A report on the physical description of the property is in the file, with images of the interior and exterior of the house. There is one photograph showing the exterior of the property. Also included in the file is correspondence regarding the nomination, handwritten notes and a brochure from the Winchester Inn.
1985
2 11 MSS025:02.11: Trinity Episcopal Church, 44 North Second Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Trinity Episcopal Church. Constructed in 1894-1895 the church is the second oldest church in Oregon.The supporting research materials include a list compiled from the Ashland Tidings of Bishop Morris' visits to the church from 1884-1897 and a Diocese of Oregon with dates. Included in the file is a history of the Meneely Bell, St. Luke's Parish History from 1895-1950, history on 3x5 index cards for Trinity Church, and several photograph slides of the church.
1983
2 12 MSS025:02.12: William Graff Cabin (BLM) Review, Dutch Henry Homestead, Josephine County
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The research review of the Graff Cabin provides a report of the cabin and explains the significance of the historical value. Also, the Historical Survey documents the history of the original land claimant Dutch Henry, with images of the cabin and map of the planning department. Also included are several photographs with handwritten notes.
1984-1994
3 1 MSS025:03.01: Leander Neil House, 2785 East Main Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Leander Neil House. The farmhouse, constructed for the Neil family in 1886, remained in the Neil family until 1941.The documents include a history of Leander A. Neil, images of the house, and photocopies of newspaper articles noting family deaths and the restoration of the farmhouse by Skillsbank members. Correspondence regarding the nomination is also included.
1981
3 2 MSS025:03.02: John McCall House, 153 Oak Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the house as a family residence for the John McCall family in 1882-1883. It remained in the McCall family for eighty years.The documents include a city plot plan, description of the home, and images of the house. Also included is correspondence concerning the nomination.
1980
3 3 MSS025:03.03: Armory - Ashland, Oregon National Guard Armory at Ashland, 208 Oak Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination forms describe the properties of the Oregon National Guard Armory, and the Schnabel Residence in Portland, Oregon. These forms provide information, on the descriptions and the significance of the property to be included in the National Registry of Historic Places.In the documents are two research papers, "The Life and Work of John Hunzicker," and a "History of the Oregon Army National Guard." There are copies of newspaper articles from January 1911 to January 1914, as well as correspondence concerning the nomination, and handwritten notes.
1986
3 4 MSS025:03.04: First National Bank-Vaupel Store-Oregon Hotel Building-Oregon Shakespeare Festival Administration Building-Oregon Building, 15 South Pioneer Street, 70 East Main Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form provides information about the significance of the property. By detailing the many entities that utilized the space for the community. Also included with the nomination form are letters of correspondence regarding the nomination.
1979
3 5 MSS025:03.05: Redwood Hotel - Redwood Towers, 310 North West Sixth Street, Grants Pass, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form provides information about the Redwood Hotel-Redwood Towers. The form includes a description of the building constructed between 1926 and 1926. The document explains the significance of the Redwood Hotel-Redwood Towers to Grants Pass and Southern Oregon. Other materials include an article from the Daily Courier and two photograph slides.
1979
3 6 MSS025:03.06: Enders House and Building, H. G. Enders Home 31 South Second Street, Ashland, Oregon, Enders Building, 250-300 East Main Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination forms for the Enders House and Building describe the house and Mr. Enders businesses. The home was a private residence for Henry G. Enders, Sr. and his family. Mr. Enders purchased an entire block on Main Street for his business endeavors.The correspondence, legal documents, handwritten notes, copies of newspapers articles, plot plans, and images provide insight into the nominations.
1978,1985
3 7 MSS025:03.07: The Hanley Farm, 1053 Hanley Road, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the property of Hanley Farms, including descriptions, information, and the significance of the property.The research papers describe an archaeological study and assessments. The research includes images of artifacts found on the property. A report describes how the farmstead evolved through the generations. Plot plans, cartographic map, and landscape designs show the layout of the land.
1983
3 8 MSS025:03.08: The Driver House, E. Raymond Driver, 4140 Old Stage Road, Central Point, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Driver House, built as a private residence for E. Raymond Driver and his wife, in the area that was known as Millionaire Row.Also found is correspondence concerning the nomination, plot plans of the land, the house floor plans, photograph slides, negatives, and images of the home and other buildings.
1989
3 9 MSS025:03.09: John and Susanna Ahlf House, 762 North West Sixth Street, Grants Pass, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places nomination form describes the Ahlf House, built in 1902 as a private residence for John Ahlf and his wife, Susanna. The home has a significant history with Grants Pass, Oregon.The documents furnished are correspondence regarding the nomination, images of floor plans, photograph slide, and negatives, as well as John and Susanna's marriage certificate.
1982
3 10 MSS025:03.10: Meat Market, Kienlen-Harbeck Building, Harbeck's City Market, Maytag Building, 147 Southwest G Street, Grants Pass, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the property as a commercial building constructed in 1900. The building has had a variety of businesses including a saloon and rooming house. It has great significance to the history of Grants Pass.Additional materials include correspondence for the nomination, a physical description of property, land plots for the city, and a public hearing notice.
1981
3 11 MSS025:03.11: Herbert and Katherine Smith House, Smith-Carnahan House, 139 Southwest I Street, Grants Pass, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Smith-Carnahan house. Constructed in 1908 for Herbert and Katherine Smith, the home has remained in the family for seventy-four years. The historical value to Grants Pass is significant.The furnished documents are correspondence concerning the nomination, land plots for the city, a photograph slide, and images of newspaper articles.
1982
3 12 MSS025:03.12: Number One Hillcrest, The Boslough-Claycomb House, One Hillcrest, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Boslough-Claycomb House as a private residence built for Dr. Arthur Boslough. Herschel Claycomb purchased the home and moved his family to Ashland where he became the owner of the local Ford Agency dealership. The house was in the Claycomb family until 1980.The documents regarding the history of the house, both the Boslough and Claycomb families are found in the nomination papers, along with two photographs and both plot and city planning sheets.
1980
3 13 MSS025:03.13: Noble-Gohrke House, George Calhoun House, 612 Northwest Fifth Street, Grants Pass, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Noble-Gohrke House. Constructed in 1909 as an elegant residence for George S. and Ella Calhoun. Mr. Calhoun served the Grants Pass community in many ways. In 1923, James Noble, a miner, purchased the home. The Gohrke family purchased the residence in 1944 and remained there until 1979.A history of the Calhoun, Noble, and Gohrke families is found in the nomination forms, as well as plot and city plans, images of the house, and correspondence regarding the nomination.
1980
4 1 MSS025:04.01: Michael Clemens House, 612 Northwest Third Street, Grants Pass, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Michael Clemens House as private residence built in 1905. Michael Clemens married Ida Harkey in 1894.The documents provide information on the Clemens family and their role in the history of Grants Pass. Also included is a photocopy of a newspaper article and correspondence relating to the nomination.
1981
4 2 MSS025:04.02: Clark-Norton House, Norton House, 127 Northwest D Street, Grants Pass, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Clark-Norton House built in 1903 as a private residence. The house stands as an excellent example of Henry J. Clark's work. As a judge and a Senator, Harry D. Norton was significant to the community and region. He and his wife lived in the home between 1905 and 1930.The papers include a history of the house and owners detailed in the documents of nomination, correspondence regarding the nomination, city layout plans, and newspaper articles.
1985
4 3 MSS025:04.03: Central Point Elementary School, 450 South Fourth Street, Central Point, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Central Point Elementary School. Constructed in 1908, the school has been in service since that time.The documents detail the history of the school, how it got its name, correspondence regarding the nomination, and images of the school.
1980
4 4 MSS025:04.04: Andrew J. Fredenburg House, 243 South Holly Street, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Andrew J. Fredenburg House built in 1892 as a private residence. It is the only remaining example of the brick houses built before 1900 in the community.The documents contain correspondence regarding the nomination, legal documents, a letter containing the family history, plot plans, floor plans, and images of the home.
1981
4 5 MSS025:04.05: Campbell House, 94 Bush Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Campbell House built in 1888.The documents contain two city maps that detail the Historic areas of interest, a plot plan, and one photograph of the home.
1979
4 6 MSS025:04.06: The Tioga Hotel - The Marshfield Hotel, 275 Broadway, Coos Bay, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Tioga Hotel. Initially called the Marshfield Hotel. The hotel was built between 1925 and 1928, to be a first-class tourist hotel and community center. However, it would be abandoned and left uncompleted for twenty years.Histories of the hotel and the builders are in the documents. Additional materials include many newspaper articles concerning the Marshfield Hotel, an announcement of the Tioga Hotel's placement on the National Historic Places Registry, correspondence regarding the research, and the nomination.
1983
4 7 MSS025:04.07: McLean - Good Samaritan - Harbeck House, 724 Northwest Fourth Street, Grants Pass, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the McLean House as a private residence constructed in 1890-1891. Robert McLean began his ministry in 1887 before the house was built and continued through the years.The history for Mr. McLean is included in the nomination papers as well as research papers, 3X5 index cards, a pamphlet "Newman United Methodist Church," and six photograph images on slides of the home.
1983
4 8 MSS025:04.08: Christie - Eismann House, Hopyard House, 5971 Upper River Road, Grants Pass, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Christie-Eismann House, built in 1895 as a private residence. Purchased in 1916 by Chris Eismann the home remained in the Eismann family until 1957.Included with the documents are letters concerning the nomination, notes, plot plan and an image of the home. Also included is a newspaper from Grants Pass Courier "Golden Anniversary Edition – Pioneer Stories Section" from April 3, 1935.
1985
4 9 MSS025:04.09: Barnum Hotel, The Hotel Grand, 204 North Front Street, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Hotel Grand or Barnum Hotel as a business venture of W. S. Barnum in 1914-1915. Barnum was the owner and manager of the Rogue River Valley Railway Company. The Grand Hotel linked Jacksonville and Medford, as well as providing a vital link of transportation for Southern Oregon.The documents contain a brief history of the Barnum family, images (one photograph and three slides), plot plans, notes on index cards, a copy of "Frank C. Clark, Architect," and images of newspaper articles regarding the hotel.
1983
4 10 MSS025:04.10: Tulelake CCC, Camp Tulelake, Westside Hill Road, ca. 2 miles south of intersection with State Highway # 161, 5 miles west of Tulelake, California
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes Tulelake as constructed between 1935 and 1938 with twenty-three original buildings. After the Great Depression, President Roosevelt enacted the Civilian Conservation Corps. The Tulelake project gave young men jobs and skills that would help them recover from the Great Depression.The nomination forms include a history of the Civilian Conservation Corps. Also in the documents are correspondence concerning the nomination, cartographic map, and layout plans for the camp.
1985
4 11 MSS025:04.11: Flanagan House, William and Viola Flanagan House, 720 Northwest Sixth Street, Grants Pass, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Flanagan House as a private residence constructed for Mr. and Mrs. Flanagan in 1905-1906. The home remained in their possession until both had passed away. The nomination form documents the Flanagan's history and their prominence to the community of Grants Pass.The documents provided for the nomination are letters, plot plans, and fourteen images on photograph slides.
1982
4 12 MSS025:04.12: Gallaghen - Galice, Galice Consolidated Mines Company Building, "Speed's On the Rogue", 11407 Merlin-Galice Road, Galice, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Galice Consolidated Mines Company Building. Constructed in 1900 as the headquarters for the mining company. In 1928, it became a fishing lodge, known as "Speed's Place on the Rogue."Research materials include book excerpts on prospecting, correspondence concerning the nomination, newspaper articles, handwritten notes, images of the property, legal papers, and a history of the mines and surrounding area.
1990
4 13 MSS025:04.13: Foulger Building, Leon's Exclusively Yours, 525 Main Street, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The documents concern a possible nomination to the National Register of Historic Places for the building, Leon's Exclusively Yours. Materials contain research, correspondence, floor plans, a Historic survey form and two images of ads from newspapers.
1990, 1997
5 1 MSS025:05.01: Jackson County Courthouse, Eighth Street and Oakdale Avenue, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places form describes the Jackson County Courthouse as built in 1932, and designed by architect John G. Link. Medford became the county seat in Southern Oregon in 1927 and Jacksonville's courthouse was overcrowded, and this was a much-needed solution.Research documents included are the history of the architect, newspaper images, correspondence regarding the nomination, images of the courthouse, and handwritten notes.
1985
5 2 MSS025:05.02: Atkinson House, 125 North Main Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places form describes the Atkinson House built in 1880 as a private residence for W. H. Atkinson and his wife, Eugenia. Mr. Atkins was a prominent businessman and leader in the community. Their home was considered one of Ashland's more exquisite homes and featured in the August 1883 edition of "The West Shore."The documents include a personal history of W.H. Atkinson, plot plans, and handwritten notes.
1979
5 3 MSS025:05.03: Orlando Coolidge House, 137 North Main Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places describes the Coolidge House as a private residence built about 1875 for Orlando Coolidge. Coolidge was the first commercial nurseryman in Jackson County. He operated his nursery business for thirty years. The home remained in the family until 1929.Two pages from "Portrait and Biographical Record of Western Oregon" give an account of the lives of the Coolidge's. Also included are handwritten notes concerning the research of the Coolidge House.
1979
5 4 MSS025:05.04: Klamath Falls City Hall, 226 South Fifth St, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Klamath Falls City Hall erected in 1914, to replace the original wood frame building. This building structure has an exterior made from brick.There is correspondence regarding the nomination, and images include a newspaper article, photographs, and plot plans.
1989
5 5 MSS025:05.05: Klamath Falls City Library, Klamath Falls City Hall Annex, Klamath Falls City Administration Building, 500 Klamath Avenue, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Klamath Falls Library. Constructed in 1926, a history of the City Library explains the beginning of the library and subsequent changes.Materials include correspondence regarding the nomination, a newspaper article, four photographs, images of the library, and handwritten notes.
1989
5 6 MSS025:05.06: Ashland Masonic Lodge Building - Masonic Hall #23 A.F. and A.M., 25 North Main Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Masonic Hall initially constructed in 1875. A fire in 1879 destroyed the wood structures of Ashland's business district. The business district downtown was rebuilt using brick. Due to increased membership, the Masonic Hall required two remodels one in 1909 and another in 1928.Documents included are correspondence regarding the nomination, historical research, floor plans, and plot plans.
1991
5 7 MSS025:05.07: Richard-Ulrich House, 636 Conger Ave, Klamath Falls, Oregon, 1987
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Richardson-Ulrich House as a private residence built for Robert M. and Anna Richardson in 1908. The Richardson's stayed in the house until 1920, when they sold it to George C. and Minnie Ulrich who remained in the home until their deaths in 1951 and 1953. A brief history of the Richardson and Ulrich families are in the nomination forms.Also, find correspondence regarding the nomination, images of the home, handwritten notes, plot plan, and a copy of "Oregon Historic Landmarks Southern Oregon" Oregon Society Daughters of the American Revolution.
1987
5 8 MSS025:05.08: Tayler - Phipps Building, 221-225 East Main Street, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Tayler-Phipps Building as a commercial building constructed in 1909 for Albert Clifton Tayler and Dr. Ira D. Phipps. The home remained in the respective families for many years. Tayler's widow Irma Tayler Wood sold her property to Corsa M. Kidd, shoe store owner in 1931, and the building remained in their family until 1949. The Phipps property remained in the family until 1972, when it sold.There is correspondence regarding the nomination, brief histories of both the Tayler and Phipps families, newspaper article and images, floor and plot plans, and handwritten notes.
1989
5 9 MSS025:05.09: Lundburg-Vannice House, 404 Northwest A Street, Grants Pass, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Lundburg-Vannice House as a private residence constructed in 1914, for George E. and Sallie Connor Lundburg. Frank L. Vannice purchased the home in 1945. Both Lundburg and Vannice were prominent men in the history of Grants Pass. Brief accounts of both families are in the nomination form.There is a plat topographic survey of the plot, house plans, a photograph and images of the house, and correspondence regarding the nomination.
1986
5 10 MSS025:05.10: Woolen - Smith House, 131 North Main Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Smith House as a private residence constructed for Isaac Woolen in 1876. Mr. Woolen sold the home to Captain Thomas Smith in 1884. Isaac Woolen and Thomas Smith were prominent citizens and active in the community of Ashland. Brief histories are in the nomination forms.Materials include plot plans for the property and the city, and correspondence concerning the nomination.
1976,1979
5 11 MSS025:05.11: Klamath County Survey
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The survey is a compilation of properties in Klamath County 1-B sites and provides the name of the property and their locations. Materials include a summary of historical information and dates, outlining the events and their significance to the area. Additional documents include handwritten notes and correspondence concerning the data.
1990
5 12 MSS025:05.12: Klamath Falls Methodist Church, Southwest Corner North Tenth and High Streets, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The research concerns the placement of the Klamath Falls Methodist Church on the National Registry of Historic Places. Documents include correspondence regarding the work needed, along with the cost for the project. An image of the State of Oregon Inventory physical description sheet from 1976, and a research paper of the "History of Methodism—Klamath Falls Area."
1989
5 13 MSS025:05.13: Hanley Farm, Southern Oregon Historical Society, 1053 Hanley Road, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The different materials provide information about the Hanley Farm, including a history of the Hanley family. In 1982, Mary Hanley the last of the immediate family donated the farm to the Southern Oregon Historical Society, which has developed it into a "living historical farm."The documents include correspondence regarding placing the farm on the National Registry of Historic Places, floor plans of the house and buildings and images of newspaper articles.
1983
5 14 MSS025:05.14: William Harlow Cabin, Evergreen Bar Placer Mining Claim Cabin; Eula Jones Cabin, Elliott Creek Road No. 1050, Approximately two miles East of Joe Bar, California
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places describes the cabin as a single dwelling constructed in 1930-1931. The cabin served as a base for the mining business at the Evergreen Bar Mining Claim on Elliott Creek in the Applegate River drainage basin.The documents included are correspondence regarding the nomination, the placer claim form, plot plans, images of the cabin, floor plan, handwritten notes of the research, and a copy of "Notes on Historical Events – Rogue River."
1991
6 1 MSS025:06.01: Grainger House, Gawn and Kate Grainger, 35 Granite Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places describes the Grainger House built in 1890, as a private residence. Mr. Gawn Grainger became Mayor of Ashland in 1891. Grainger won a second term and enacted many improvements in Ashland. After leaving office, Gawn and Kate Grainger stayed involved with community projects until their deaths.The documents include correspondence regarding the nomination, some history of the Grainger family, floor plans, images of the house, and a newspaper article announcing the national historic registry.
1989
6 2 MSS025:06.02: Medford Independent Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery, the corner of Siskiyou Boulevard and Highland Avenue, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Medford I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Established in 1890, the cemetery's grave markers represent early 19th-century mortuary art. In 1925, George D. Mason constructed the mausoleum. Two small frame service buildings also occupy the grounds, as well as sheds for maintenance of the property. In 1969, I.O.O.F. approached the City of Medford and Jackson County, asking them to take over the cemetery as they had run out of funds to maintain the upkeep properly. Materials include correspondence regarding the nomination, a brief history of Independent Order of Odd Fellows, communication from the City of Medford, letters from the I.O.O.F., legal documents, Mail Tribune articles regarding the fate of the cemetery, plot plans, maps and images of the cemetery.
1988
6 3 MSS025:06.03: Hillcrest Orchard, 3285 Hillcrest Road, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes Hillcrest Orchard with fifteen buildings constructed between 1900 and 1981. The Reginald and Maude Parsons House is the primary residence built from 1917-1926. Hillcrest Orchard initially developed by W. H. Stewart, a member of the prominent Rogue Valley Stewart family. In 1908, Reginald Hascall Parsons with three other investors purchased the orchard. Parsons was involved with the community until his death in 1955 at which time his son George took over the management of the orchard.The documents include correspondence regarding the nomination, a history of the orchard, images of maps and plot plans, a history of the Parson family, and research information.
1982
6 4 MSS025:06.04: Ashland Municipal Powerhouse, approximately 2 miles south of Ashland, Ashland Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form describes the Ashland Municipal Powerhouse. Constructed in 1909 the Municipal Powerhouse provided hydroelectric power to the city. The Municipal Powerhouse contained a Pelton waterwheel, Westinghouse generator, turbine, and governor.Related documents are copies of newspaper articles discussing the power plant, correspondence regarding the nomination, drawings of power plant plans and images of the power plant.
1986
6 5 MSS025:06.05: Fort Lane Site, 1.5 miles Northwest of the intersection of Blackwell Road and Tolo Road, Central Point, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places form indicates that the United States Army occupied Fort Lane Site from 1853-1856. Located approximately 3.5 miles northwest of Central Point, Oregon, the fort sat on a small 10-acre portion of a military reserve. The fort experienced ongoing problems between the Takelma and Shasta Indians, and settlers.The documents include correspondence regarding the nomination, a history concerning the fort and pioneers, images of maps, plot plans, handwritten notes, newspaper articles, and research of the fort and military.
1987
6 6 MSS025:06.06: Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Oddfellows Building, 49-57 North Main Street, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places form describes the I.O.O.F building as constructed between 1879–1880. Merchants used the lower levels for a variety of businesses, while the Oddfellows used the upper level for their Fraternal Hall.
1976
7 1 MSS025:07.01: Mt. Stella Lookout, Prospect Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The "Proposed U.S. Cellular Communications Tower at Mt. Stella, near Mt. Stella Lookout." The report includes the proposal of placement for the installation of a cellphone communications tower placement near the lookout tower. A drawing of the living quarters for the tower and placement of the garage. An image of the Rogue National Forest with the installation of the lookout on the map.
1998
7 2 MSS025:07.02: Dead Indian Soda Springs "Community Kitchen" Shelter, Ashland Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The "Proposed Relocation Project: Dead Indian Soda Springs' Community Kitchen' Shelter." The document includes the "Flood '97 Restoration—South Fork Little Butte Creek projects." The report contains images of structures considered for relocation and map of the land. The Community Kitchen is eligible to be included in the National Registry of Historic Places.
1998
7 3 MSS025:07.03: Parker Meadows Shelter, Butte Falls Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The research compiled in 1976 outlines the Parker Meadows Shelter. Materials provide an evaluation and recommendation of the area with images of the existing structures and a copy of a map. A second research paper expands on the findings of the Parker Meadows Shelter with handwritten notations.
1976
7 4 MSS025:07.04: Honeymoon Creek Snow Survey Cabin, Sky Lakes Wilderness, Butte Falls Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Klamath County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The "Heritage Resource Evaluation and Project Description for the Honeymoon Creek Cabin" report, includes research information on the historical background of the cabin, as well as recommendations of how to preserve the structure. It was eligible for the National Registry of Historic Places at the time of this report. There are images of the cabin structure and maps.
1993
7 5 MSS025:07.05: Whaleback Snow Survey Cabin, Whaleback Mountain, Prospect Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The report by the United States Department of Agriculture for Soil Conservation Service describes the soil moisture at the time of the survey. Rangers used the Whaleback Cabin when conducting these surveys. The documents include a history of the Whaleback Snow course as well as images of the area and structure. The transcript of an interview with R. A. (Arch) Work concerns the Soil Conservation Service's snow survey program in 1981. An excerpt of "Snow in America" chapter 4 is available for review, as well as an article from The National Geographic Magazine, November 1949, Sno-Cats Mechanize Oregon Snow Survey.
1981
7 6 MSS025:07.06: Wagner Gap Campground Shelter, Applegate Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The research paper describes the Wrangler Gap Shelter, including descriptions of the building, the history, and the boundary of the shelter.
1971,1980,1999
7 7 MSS025:07.07: Willow Prairie Cabin, Butte Falls Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The "Willow Prairie Cabin: Heritage Resource Evaluation" describes the Willow Prairie Cabin, built in 1924, for the Forest Service, was a candidate for the National Registry of Historic Places. Documents include a description of the structure and condition of the structure, historical background, and historical significance.
1994
7 8 MSS025:07.08: Big Elk Guard Station, Ashland Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The "Cultural Resource Inventory and Evaluation" report of the Big Elk Guard Station details the significance and historical value while evaluating the eligibility to the National Registry of Historic Places. The research outlines the benefits of restoring the station and shows that it will have no adverse impact on the property. Also included are blueprints of the station's buildings, images of the structures, additional research papers, and handwritten notes.
1979
7 9 MSS025:07.09: Fish Lake Campground Shelter, Ashland Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The "Cultural Resource Reconnaissance and Evaluation Report" details the impact and historical significance of the Fish Lake Campground Shelter. The Fish Lake Campground Shelter is one of many features around Fish Lake for visitors to use. An extensive report about the shelter and the surrounding area describes the impact on the region. The report includes a recommendation to have the shelter placed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Materials include correspondence concerning the accommodations at Fish Lake.
1982
7 10 MSS025:07.10: Hershberger Mountain Lookout, Prospect Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Douglas County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The "Summary Site Evaluation and Rehabilitation Project Description of the Hershberger Mountain Lookout" provides details of the setting and structural description of the lookout. It also notes the potential of being placed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The historical background provides the names and dates of men who worked in the lookout. Also included are site evaluations and an impact study of the rehabilitation project. Included are images of the structure and newspaper articles about the revival of the lookout.
1991
7 11 MSS025:07.11: McKee Campground Shelter, McKee Bridge Forest Camp, McKee Bridge Picnic Area, Applegate Ranger District, Rogue River Nation Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The "Cultural Resource Inventory and Evaluation Report on the McKee Campground Shelter" discusses the impact and options for continued use of the Historical site. A discussion of each alternative suggestion details how it would impact the area. The paper outlines the history of the bridge and picnic area between the 1850s and 1970s. One idea suggests having the area placed on the National Registry of Historic Places as it still retains the structures constructed during The New Deal program of the 1930s enacted by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
1981
7 12 MSS025:07.12: Star Ranger Station, Applegate Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The "Cultural Resource Inventory and Evaluation of Existing Structures for the Star Ranger Station" discusses the significance of placing the structures on the National Registry of Historic Places. The history of the Star Ranger site began with an altercation with the local Indians in 1855 and continues into the 1970s. There are images of the structures, landscape planning, and discussions of alternatives to the restoration of the station, and the impact on the area.
1979
7 13 MSS025:07.13: Squaw Peak Lookout, Applegate Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The research documents concerning the Squaw Peak Lookout describe the lookout as built in 1943, and significant for its place in the development of fire detection in the Rogue River National Forest. The lookout's history represents Fire Suppression in the forest between 1918 and 1943. Materials note Squaw Peak Lookout's consideration for placement on the National Registry of Historic Places.
7 14 MSS025:07.14: Dutchman Peak Lookout, Applegate Ranger District, Rogue River National Forest, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The documents describe Dutchman Peak Lookout built in 1927 as significant for its place in the development of fire detection in the Rogue River National Forest. The evaluation expects Dutchman Peak Lookout to receive placement on the National Registry of Historic Places. Dutchman Peak parcel, initially an 80-acre parcel privately own by William Spaulding, was acquired by the Forest Service from the county through the lack of payment of taxes in 1922. Included are correspondence and images of the structure.
1998
7 15 MSS025:07.15: Mayor Photo Project, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The photographs and negatives feature Ashland mayors and trustee presidents. Additional materials, such as newspaper articles, handwritten notes, and an image of Captain Hiram S. Evans from "Portrait and Biographical Record," are included.
1997
7 16 MSS025:07.16: City Officials of Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The research materials concern the officials of the city of Ashland, Oregon. The documents include handwritten notes, correspondence, and a report by Gertrude Easterling, titled "Mayors and Councilmen of the City of Ashland."
1997
7 17 MSS025:07.17: City for History - Current Main File
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The research materials concern the City of Ashland, Oregon, and its Government. The documents include a list of City Parks, history of the Public Works system, and a report on the forms of City Government. Additional materials include "Ashland-Know Your Town," and the "Ashland City Charter" of 1970."
1996
7 18 MSS025:07.18: City Illustrations
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The documents include photograph negatives, an envelope of proofs, and a newspaper article on the city council members. The program "Celebrating 100 Years of Progress 1885–1952" for Ashland's Centennial celebration, September 20 - 27, 1952.
7 19 MSS025:07.19: Ashland Community Hospital - A Century of Caring
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee)
The manuscript and book, "Ashland Community Hospital: A Century of Caring" by Kay Atwood. The agreement for an x-ray machine to be purchased for the hospital in 1934 is included.
1996
8 1 MSS025:08.01: Old Photographs of Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The collection of photographs shows the city of Ashland through the lens of a local photographer, Terry Skibby. Skibby has spent years photographing and documenting the history of Ashland.
8 2 MSS025:08.02: Ashland Fire Department
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The documents list the Firemen and Fire & Rescue employees. One list notes the Ashland Fire Department Employees paid during 1913-1999. Another list shows both paid and volunteer firefighters between 1887-1999. Also, included are the City Recorders notes on meetings regarding the Fire Department and decisions made for such entity.
1999
8 3 MSS025:08.03: Callahan Ranger Station, Callahan Work Station, 12548 Highway 3, Callahan, California
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places describes Callahan Ranger Station, located in Klamath National Forest. The documents describe the station's rich history and development between 1907 and 1942. Included, are detailed accounts and descriptions of each building, as well as images of the buildings. Additional materials include maps, a layout of the property, with photographs, handwritten notes, and a computer 3.5 floppy disk drive.
2003
8 4 MSS025:08.04: Callahan Work Center,12548 Highway 3, Callahan, California
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The research concerns the Callahan Work Center and provides an analysis of the history of the buildings and surrounding area. Materials include a study titled "Callahan Station," compiled by Mary Ann Potter, and an interview between George Hendricks, Fire Control Officer, and Lee Morford, Retired Fire Control Staff Officer on September 30, 1977.
2002
8 5 MSS025:08.05: Southern Oregon Sales, 18 Stewart Avenue, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places describes Southern Oregon Sales as a fruit processing plant that helped revitalize the Rogue River Valley fruit industry during the late 1920s. Details of many different periods of history are in the nomination form, as well as how the fruit industry survived obstacles. Also included are photographs, negatives, and floor plans of the buildings.
2002
8 6 MSS025:08.06: Southern Oregon Sales Fruit Cooperative, 18 Stewart Avenue, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places describes Southern Oregon Sales as a fruit processing plant that helped revitalize the Rogue River Valley fruit industry during the late 1920s. Details of the many different periods of history are in the nomination form, as well as how the fruit industry survived obstacles. Also included are the floor plans for the buildings.
2002
9 1 MSS025:09.01: Rand Nomination-Final, Rand Ranger Station Ensemble14335 Galice Road, Merlin, Josephine County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places form describes The Rand Ranger Station as a group of buildings built around 1934 to house the Rangers operating in the area. There is a notable amount of history beginning in the 1850s, when gold was discovered, through the mid-1970s. The station officially opened in 1916 and ultimately became the headquarters for the Galice Ranger District. Included are illustrations of maps, plot plans, building layouts, and images of the buildings. Correspondence is also included.
1998
9 2 MSS025:09.02: Voorhies House, Eden Valley Orchard, Burrell Orchard, Gordon Voorhies House, 2488 Voorhies Road, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Registry of Historic Places describes the Voorhies House as the residence of the Eden Valley Orchard which consists of six buildings, established between 1885 and 1898, and when Gordon Voorhies purchased the property in 1899, he expanded the production of the Orchard. The property remained in the family until1986. There is a great deal of history about the family and the Orchard available in the nomination forms. Also included are maps, plot plans, a layout of the Orchard, and floor plans for the house, as well as correspondence concerning the nomination.
1999
9 3 MSS025:09.03: Wheeler Ridge Fixes, Wheeler Ridge Japanese Bombing Site, Mt. Emily Bombing Site, Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, Brookings, Curry County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places describes Wheeler Ridge as the Japanese Bombing Site. The preservation of Wheeler Ridge is significant because this was the only time an aerial attack of its kind was waged against America. Included with the documents are maps showing the site of the bombing and images of newspaper articles concerning the bomb site.
2004
9 4 MSS025:09.04: Railroad District Nomination
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form breaks down the Railroad District into details of who, what, when, and where it began - starting with the setting of the Railroad District located in the Bear Creek portion of the Rogue River Valley. Materials provide descriptions of styles and construction methods in building the Railroad District. History of Ashland details the different eras of development with a detailed list of the properties and the commonly known names of each one. Additionally, there is a brief biography of some influential people who are instrumental in the building of the Ashland Railroad District.
1998
9 5 MSS025:09.05: Ashland Downtown District Nomination
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form breaks down the Ashland Downtown District into details of who, what, when, and where it began — starting with the first settlers in about 1852. Materials provide descriptions of styles and construction methods in building downtown. History of Ashland's Downtown area gives detailed facts of each commercial property and the commonly known names of each one. There are brief biographies of the influential people instrumental in building Ashland's Downtown District.
1999
9 6 MSS025:09.06: Mathis Welch House, 162 North Second Street, Central Point, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Mathias Welch House as a private residence built in 1888 by the local brick-mason George Priddy. The Welch house is the only brick dwellings built in the original town boundary. Mr. Welch was a predominant member of the community, politician, and a businessman. A brief history of Mr. Welch is available in the nomination form, and there are images of a plot plan, floor plans, and newspaper articles. Photographs, negatives, and slides of the residence are present for viewing.
1997
9 7 MSS025:09.07: Police Department Illustrations, Ashland Police Department, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
A collection of photographs, negatives, and proof sheets show images of the Ashland Police Department and its Officers. Included are a newspaper article, handwritten notes, and a research paper by Kay Atwood written about the police department.
1997
9 8 MSS025:09.08: Fire Current File, Ashland Fire Department, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
This file contains a manuscript written in 1997 by Kay Atwood titled, "The Ashland Fire Department: A History." Also available are research papers and the handwritten notes as well as images firefighters, buildings and equipment.
1997
10 1 MSS025:10.01: Population Information and Research
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
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The records concern the population of Medford, Ashland, Jackson County, and surrounding areas in Oregon. Also available are copies of the thirteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth Census of the United States. A graph notes the total population breakdown from 1890 to 1920. Excerpts from the United States Bureau of the Census, "Increase of Population: 1910-1920."
Materials are open for research.
1890-1920
10 2 MSS025:10.02: Ashland Vegetation
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The Ashland areas' vegetation with the types of plants, trees, and locations are described in the research paper. The document provides examples of poisonous, showy, unusual, edible, shade, screening, fire hazard during the dry season, and wildlife specimens. The paper includes recommendations for grasses and shrubs suitable in erosion control and ground cover, with scientific plant names.
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10 3 MSS025:10.03: Ashland background research
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The book excerpts describe the town of Ashland, in the Rogue River Valley up to the city's incorporation in October 1874. A listing of the settlers of Ashland, businesses, churches, and schools are detailed, as well as government practices. The thesis by G. Byron Backes discusses the location and physical setting of Ashland. The papers describe Ashland's settlement and the continued growth, as well as area resources such as its fertile soil, timber, and the importance of the railroad coming to the area. Additional research notes and handwritten notes about the background of Ashland.
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10 4 MSS025:10.04: Friends of Terra Cotta
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The research includes several publications describing different styles of homes and architecture to assist in understanding the homes of the area and how to maintain them. "The Friends of the Terra Cotta," publication provides preservation and restoration instructions for terra cotta materials. The editions of "The Old-House Journal" describe the different post-Victorian style of architectural homes and buildings. An excerpt from "The Complete Concrete, Masonry, and Brick Handbook" discusses the different patterns that can be used to decorate with bricks.
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10 5 MSS025:10.05: Independent Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery Master
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
This research was used to create a teaching tool for elementary students to learn about historical cemeteries. The document has an overview of history with teaching activities, as well as the proper vocabulary and glossary terms. It also includes student handouts, a list of cemeteries, some pioneers listed, headstone shapes, and much more.
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1998
10 6 MSS025:10.06: Floods of Record
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
Research completed for the Director of Planning and Development, City of Ashland. The research covers the five major floods of 1861, 1890, 1927, 1948, and 1955, giving a summary of the damages. The documents include images of newspaper clippings published in 1861, 1890, 1927, 1948, and 1955 from a variety of newspapers. Included is a report from the U.S. Army Engineer District, Portland Corps of Engineers December 1961.
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1988
10 7 MSS025:10.07: EWP - Preservation History
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
Included is the "Historic Preservation – League of Oregon Field Notes" magazine which offers suggestions to promote, protect and preserve history. Some articles focus on not using vinyl on a historic house.
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1997-1998
10 8 MSS025:10.08: Klamath National Forest - Addendum Research
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
An inventory of all buildings and structures in the Klamath National forest dating from 1917 through 1972.
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10 9 MSS025:10.09: Klamath National Forest - Civilian Conservation Corps - California Regions
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The documents cover a range of information about the Klamath National Forest and the Civilian Conservation Corps. The CCC was enacted to get young men working after the Great Depression. In the file are articles from a variety of sources that explain what the CCC was working on and accomplishing. The documents cover Klamath National Forest and Fire Lookouts in California, the Northfork Ranger Station in the Sierra National Forest.
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10 10 MSS025:10.10: Grants Pass - Sanborn Maps
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The folder contains maps from the Sanborn-Perris Map Company outlining the city of Grants Pass, Oregon. The pages can be placed together to get a better idea of the area of Grants Pass. Known as the Sanborn Insurance maps, they were used to calculate insurance premiums for customers. Included are maps from 1888, 1890, 1894, 1898, and 1907. These maps provide information about the location, function, building materials, and dimensions of structures for each year listed. Also included is correspondence regarding the maps, from Oregon State University, William Jasper Kerr Library.
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1981
10 11 MSS025:10.11: Medford - Sanborn Maps
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The set of maps from the Sanborn-Perris Map Company outline the city of Medford, Oregon. The pages can be placed together to get a better idea of the Medford area. The Sanborn Insurance maps are what they used for calculating insurance premiums for customers. Included are maps from the years 1888, 1890, and 1893. These maps provide information about the location, function, building materials, and dimensions of structures for each year listed.
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1981
11 1 MSS025:11.01: Ashland - Sanborn Maps
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
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The maps from the Sanborn-Perris Map Company outline the city of Ashland, Oregon. The pages can be joined to get a better idea of the area of Ashland. The Sanborn Insurance maps were used in calculating insurance premiums for customers. Included are maps dated 1884, 1888, and 1890. The maps provided information on the location, function, building materials, and dimensions of structures for each year listed. Also included, is a pamphlet outlining the Sanborn company and what they provided, as well as microfiche slides.
Materials are open for research.
1981
11 2 MSS025:11.02: Historic Grants Pass Courier
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The image of the Golden Anniversary Edition of the Grants Pass Courier – April 3, 1935. Stories in this edition reminisce about the history of the gold discovery, recounting the mining tales of old, the tragedies of the early days, ghost towns, size of gold nuggets, and the people living in the area.
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1935
11 3 MSS025:11.03: Yreka Sanborn Maps
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The maps from the Sanborn-Perris Map Company outline the city of Yreka, California on a CD. The Sanborn Insurance maps are what they used for calculating insurance premiums for customers. Included on the CD are maps for 1885, 1888, 1890, 1897, 1901, 1908, and 1927. The maps provided information on the location, function, building materials, and dimensions of structures for each year listed.
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2004
11 4 MSS025:11.04: Shenon 1933 - Geology and Ore Deposits - Takilma- Waldo District, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The book "Geology and Ore Deposits of the Takilma-Waldo District, Oregon" published by the United States Department of the Interior and copied by Kay Atwood. In addition to the book are images giving details of the area in the form of maps.
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1998
11 5 MSS025:11.05: Southern Oregon Mining Publications
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
Three excerpts from "Mineral Resources of South-Western Oregon," "Mineral Resources of Oregon," and "Investigations Relating to Gold and Silver in 1908" used for research.
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11 6 MSS025:11.06: Southern Oregon Mining Publications
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
In this folder are three excerpts from books used for research. They are as follows: "Mineral Resources of South-Western Oregon," "Mineral Resources of Oregon," "Investigations Relating to Gold and Silver in 1908."
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1981
11 7 MSS025:11.07: SOU Forest Maps
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The collection of slides of maps with a description of the type, and legend. Also included is a color printout of the map images.
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1900, 1914, 1936
11 8 MSS025:11.08: Jackson County Lake Vegetation Map Key
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The "Legend for County Forest Type Map" for Oregon and Washington states. It describes the different types of woodlands with definitions and type numbers to give a better understanding of the National Forest in the Pacific Northwest Forest maps dating 1947-1949.
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11 9 MSS025:11.9: Cascade Range and Ashland Forest Reserves and Adjacent Regions
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Leiberg, John B. (John Bernhard) (aut)
Materials are open for research.
The manuscript covers the area of the Cascade Range Forest Reserve, Oregon. Kay used the text in researching Southern Oregon. The book was copied Kay Atwood for local history research.
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1900
object
12 1 MSS025:12.01: The Butte Falls Mill Development Feasibility Study
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (dnr)
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (aut)
Gray, Dennis J. (aut)
Orban, David (ctg)
Lind, Jennifer (aut)
Winthrop, Robert P., Ph.D. (aut)
Materials are open for research.
The Butte Falls Mill Development Feasibility Study documents the history of the Butte Falls Sawmill. An archaeological and an interpretive survey are used to define the mill. Materials discuss the evaluation process and the development proposals of the area. The title is bound in two volumes.
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1999
12 2 MSS025:12.02: Medford Downtown Historic District
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (aut)
Materials are open for research.
The National Register of Historic Places describes the Medford Downtown Historic District as a combination of private, public-local, and public-Federal buildings that make up the district. The text describes each of the 376 historic buildings in the downtown area. A summary of this historical area covers the 1880s through 1948 giving details of businesses and patrons of the city and how it developed over the years. There is also an image of the District Sketch Map.
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1997
12 3 MSS025:12.03: At Home on the Range
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (aut)
Materials are open for research.
The book, At Home on the Range, describes the lives of Austie Barron and Joan Neil. Joan, the only child of Jesse and Kathryn Neil, was eight years of age when her father died. Later they lost the family home to the bank. Austie and Joan survived adversity with the help of a long-time friend. Here are the experiences of Austie and Joan during the Ranching Days of 1938-1948.
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2001
12 4 MSS025:12.04: Acker Rock Lookout, Acker Rock, Tiller Ranger District, Umpqua National Forest, Douglas County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (aut)
Gray, Dennis J. (aut)
Tonsfeldt, Ward (aut)
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The materials describe Acker Rock Lookout. The authors point out the historical significance that would make it eligible when the time is right for the nomination of being placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The authors suggest the lookout's eligibilty be reviewed in ten years.
Materials are open for research.
2003
12 5 MSS025:12.05: Historic Structures Report for Vancouver Barracks, West Barracks Vancouver National Historic Reserve
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (aut)
Tonsfeldt, Ward (aut)
Materials are open for research.
The report describes Fort Vancouver and the United States Military, with essential details from the 1880s through 1946. The text describes the history of the buildings and changes the barracks underwent over time. Also included are images of plans, photos, and building floor plans.
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2003
Folder
12 6 MSS025:12.06: Wheeler Ridge Japanese Bombing Site, "Mt. Emily Bomb Site", Curry County, Brookings, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Tonsfeldt, Ward
Materials are open for research.
The National Register of Historic Places describes the Wheeler Ridge Japanese Bombing site, as the only place on the U.S. mainland experiencing a Japanese attack. The bombing occurred on September 9, 1942. The nomination form includes a brief history of Japanese bombings during World War II, images of the bombsite, newspaper clippings describing the attack, and excerpts from 1962 editorials regarding the pilot who dropped the bomb on Oregon. Maps of the area are included.
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2004
12 7 MSS025:12.07 : Fairview Historic District, Fairview Hospital and Training Center, 2500 Strong Road, Salem, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Tonsfeldt, Ward
Materials are open for research.
The National Register of Historic Places describes the "Fairview Historic District" once established as a 19th-century solution for the developmentally disabled. As a living institutional farm, located on 670 acres outside of Salem, the residents learned to work the land and lived in "cottages" with their caregivers while living on the farm. In the 20th-century Fairview become a training facility. A total of 26 buildings make up the Fairview historic district. In 2000, the State of Oregon closed the last program at Fairview. Included, are images and descriptions of the buildings, as well as handwritten notes and correspondence.
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2004
12 8 MSS025:12.08 : Red Butte Lookout, North Umpqua Ranger District, Douglas County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (aut)
Gray, Dennis J. (aut)
Tonsfeldt, Ward (aut)
Materials are open for research.
The materials describe Red Butte Lookout, located in the Western Cascade of southwestern Oregon. The area is considered part of the Mixed-Conifer Zone. The authors suggest that Red Butte Lookout qualifies for the National Register of Historic Places as it has significant historical evidence in the design, materials, and quality of the lookout. The documents also note the people who participated in manning the watchtowers, making sure that fires were spotted, reported, and suppressed quickly and promptly.
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2004
13 1 MSS025:13.01 : United States Forest Service Lookout Research, Historic Fire Lookouts Siskiyou National Forest
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The materials detail the eight lookouts located in the Siskiyou National Forest. The report evaluates each lookout to determine eligibility for the National Register of Historic Places. The eight lookouts are situated in three counties in southwest Oregon and were constructed between 1945 and 1963. A brief history of the effect of increased land protection during the late 19th-century is included. Additional documents note population growth in the cities and towns associated within the area. Images of the buildings, maps, and handwritten notes are included.
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1994
13 2 MSS025:13.02 : Lookouts, Siskiyou National Forests Research
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The materials continue the research for the Siskiyou National Forest lookouts. Documents include in-depth information on the lookouts with focus on the watchtowers at the Hershberger Mountain and Wildhorse. The booklet "Fire Lookouts on the Deschutes National Forest" was copied and sent to Kay in September 1999. The nomination form for the Snoqualmie National Forest lookout on Mt. Baker is included. Images of maps, structures, and handwritten notes are also available.
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1991-1994
13 3 MSS025:13.03: Determination of Eligibility for Vincent Creek and Wells Creek Guard Stations
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (aut)
Gray, Dennis J. (aut)
Materials are open for research.
The Vincent Creek and Wells Creek Guard Stations constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in 1934 and located within the Siuslaw National Forest land. In the 1950s these two guard stations were transferred to the BLM in the Coos Bay District. After being removed from the Siuslaw National Forest, the stations were removed from the National Forest inventory and therefore were not on the National Register of Historic Places of CCC. Due to their removal, a different determination has been completed to evaluate if they qualify for the National Register. A brief history is included in the report giving the historical context for each Guard Station. Included are images of the buildings, maps, handwritten notes, and correspondence.
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2001
13 4 MSS025:13.04 : Determination of Eligibility for Diamond Lake Fishery Management Canal Research, Umpqua National Forest, Douglas County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (aut)
Gray, Dennis J. (aut)
Tonsfeldt, Ward (aut)
Materials are open for research.
The Diamond Lake Fishery Management Canal project is composed of several parts, a forebay, the dam and headgates, and the canal. The canal was built to run adjacent to the exclusive use area previously set aside for a hatchery on Lake Creek. Diamond Lake named by pioneer John Diamond who may have discovered it in 1852 from Diamond Peak where he explored the Cascade Range. John Breckenridge Waldo, an avid outdoorsman, spent his summers in the High Cascades, where he visited both Diamond Lake and Crater Lake. Waldo worked to get the area protected, and in 1893, President Grover Cleveland signed an executive order protecting the Cascade Range Forest Reserve which included Crater Lake. With the increasing number of visitors to Crater Lake, Diamond Lake became well-known and in 1902 was established as a National Park. Included are images, maps, and images of the canal location, with the surrounding area.
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2003
13 5 MSS025.13.05: Big Bend Guard Station, Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Big Bend Road and Pit River, Big Bend, Shasta County, California
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The determination of eligibility form describes the Big Bend Guard Station as historically significant during 1933 - 1941. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) enrollees built the structures. Three structures built during the Depression Era qualify as Historic Places. All other buildings are newer and do not fall under qualifying guidelines.The Great Depression officially started in 1929. However, the Pacific West was suffering economically at least two years before the crash. The combination of displaced people due to agricultural disaster in the Midwest and the migrants moving west in the late 1920s resulted in increased competition for jobs. Relief came when President Franklin Roosevelt developed the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) as part of the New Deal. Many of CCC projects survive through the conservation and preservation efforts of many. Included in the folder are images of maps and structures.
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2003
13 6 MSS02513.06 : The Forest Service and The Civilian Conservation Corps: 1933-42, Research
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The list of Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camps in the Pacific Northwest during 1933-1942 includes camp locations, camp names, and the states were enrollees originated. "The Forest Service and The Civilian Conservation Corps: 1933-1942" publication, on March 21, 1933, notes President Franklin Roosevelt's presentation of a plan to Congress to help the people of America get back to work by training the unemployed through public service. The program assisted the nation with conservation needs and helped the unemployed develop new skills. The documents detail the CCC program. Also, included in the folder are illustrations of the buildings to be constructed in the National Forests and Parks, and a bibliography of sources.
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1986
13 7 MSS0025:13.07: Throop Evaluation of Civilian Conservation Corps
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Federal Program such as the Civilian Conservation Corps or the New Deal. President Roosevelt wanted to help the young people and as well as the nations natural resources, which were being exhausted. Great Depression was a turning point in American history. The Depression had a profound impact on the nation and the people. The loss of employment displaced every citizen, and with no prospect of work, around two-million men and women became homeless with no hope for jobs or shelter, many of which were young unskilled and untrained. Many suffered widespread despair and hopelessness.
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1983-1986, 1995
14 1 MSS025.14.01: Gail Throop, "Civilian Conservation Corps"
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (dnr)
Materials are open for research.
The research thesis, written in 1979, details the Great Depression beginning on October 29, 1929, also known as "Black Tuesday." The thesis describes the effects on the economy, society, the nation, and the world. It points out that many depressions that took place before and after while explaining why the Great Depression was so devastating for the world as a whole. There is information concerning how the United States Government assisted with the recovery of the nation and the restoration plans. The text examines the usefulness of the Civilian Conservation Corps, which trained unskilled labor to work, and focused on the restoration of the National Forests and lands in the Pacific Northwest. There is detailed research of the geographic areas receiving the CCC projects and the plans for the structures that they constructed on these lands.
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1979
object
14 2 MSS025.14.02 : The People and the River, A History of the Human Occupation of the Middle Course of the Rouge River of Southwestern Oregon, Volume I
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (aut)
Gray, Dennis J. (aut)
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Medford District
Materials are open for research.
In part 1, Dennis Gray describes the history and prehistory of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) detailing the land, people, vegetation, and waterways of the Rogue River Forest area, describing the Native American Indians and the River, with evidence found through archaeological methods, theories, and issues. The ethnographic period which tells about the Indian way of life, when contact was made Euro-American settlers around the 1850s, and how the Takelma people lived. History of Native Americans from about 8,000 to 10,000 years ago, how they would live in permanent villages during the winter and moved around during other times of the year.In part II, Kay Atwood describes the history of the Rogue River and the Euro-Americans who would come for the wealth that the area would provide for several different enterprises. She describes the history of the Rogue River Valley from the early 1820s through 1995. Beginning with the fur traders in 1827, Indian wars for land, the discovery of gold in 1848 and 1851, The Donation Land Claim Act of 1850, the railroad, pioneers, and settlers beginning in the 1850s coming to the area. What they endured and how they prospered.
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1995
Folder
14 3 MSS025.14.03: Rand Ranger Station, Rand Visitor Center, Rand Ranger Station Ensemble, 14335 Galice Road, Merlin, Josephine County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The National Register of Historic Places describes the Rand Ranger Station as being built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) between 1933 and 1937. The station is located in the Rogue River Canyon near Galice, in the Siskiyou National Forest a part of the United States Forest Service from 1916 to 1964. Improvements came about by the government response to the Great Depression and the CCC implementation in the construction of the station. Included are descriptions of the buildings constructed by the CCC and what the historical significance they played in the conservation of the area. With images of the structures, maps, and correspondence regarding the Ranger Station.
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1998
14 4 MSS025.14.04: Ashland Cemetery, Plan-Guidelines, Hargadine Cemetery, Mountain View Cemetery, Ashland, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The guidelines for preserving the Ashland, Hargadine, and Mountain View cemeteries has been set up by the City of Ashland as guidelines for public visits. These were put into place to preserve the Historic nature, as each is on the National Register of Historic Places. Each cemetery has a unique historical story and pictures of some of the headstones, and the cemeteries are included.
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2000
14 5 MSS025.14.05: The Medford Clinic
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (aut)
Materials are open for research.
In 1948, the Medford Clinic opened its doors with Robert Sleeter, Reinhold Kanzler, and Oscar Heyerman as a team of physicians who offered their expertise to the people of Medford and the surrounding area. The history of the Medford Clinic, is outlined in detail from the Foundation of the Clinic (1945-1948), the Clinic Begins (1918-1955), a New Building and a Lawsuit (1956-1963), staff expansion and departures (1964-1974), Growth and Development, and Medical Advance (1975-1986), and A New Building, Physicians and Glue (1988-1994). Also included is a list of Physicians who worked at the Clinic beginning in 1948 through 1994, and their specialties. There are personal statements from some of the Doctors and other staff members who have worked at the Medford Clinic.
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1948-1994
14 6 MSS025.14.06: Rich Gulch Diggings, Mining Ensemble, Rich Gulch, 3/4 mile Southwest of City Center from Oregon Street, Jacksonville, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee)
Materials are open for research.
The National Register of Historic Places describes the Rich Gulch Diggings Mining Ensemble as a gold mining operation spanning three distinct periods from 1867 to 1941. The Gulch is located within the city limits of Jacksonville, Oregon, a short, three-quarter-mile west of the city center. The Gulch and other surrounding areas have been acquired by the Jacksonville Woodlands Association, which is working towards preserving and protecting the city's historic lands. This site and adjacent properties are in the City of Jacksonville's Special Protection Zone. The mining area retains the historical association of mining and development of Jacksonville and vicinity over these seventy years. The materials document the history of the Rich Gulch Diggings, how it was mined, the owners, and how it has retained its integrity through the years. Included in the folder are images of photographs, maps, handwritten notes, and newspaper clippings. There are Quit Claim Deed forms, correspondence, and miscellaneous other photocopies of records.
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1999
14 7 MSS025.14.07: Independent Order of Odd Fellows Preservation Plan Current 1
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee)
Materials are open for research.
The materials include a variety of photographs and negatives of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows cemeteries. These images include headstones, family plots, different views of the town, and buildings in the area. See folder 8 for research on the preservation plan.
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unknown
14 8 MSS025.14.08: Independent Order of Odd Fellows Preservation Plan, Eastwood IOOF Cemetery, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (aut)
Materials are open for research.
The report was compiled to outline the steps needed for the management of the property in preparation for preserving the Eastwood/IOOF Cemetery in Medford, Oregon, established in 1890. The National Register of Historic Places form provides the history of the cemetery, images, maps, legal documents, and newspaper articles. See folder 7 for the photographs used in this assessment.
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2000
15 1 MSS025.15.01: Eastwood Independent Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery, Medford, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The records of the graves in Eastwood/IOOF Cemetery in Medford, Oregon, include burials listed by block and lot numbers. The documents cover blocks three through three hundred two. An additional sixty graves added to the list were copied from newspaper obituaries. The information lists names and known birth and death dates. There are no records for blocks one and two.
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15 2 MSS025.15.02: Hargadine Cemetery, Sheridan and Walnut Streets, Ashland, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The nomination form for the National Register of Historic Places describes Hargadine Cemetery as officially established in 1867, in the city limits of Ashland. Many first-generation settlers and pioneers (1867–1910) are laid to rest here. The cemetery initially began as a family burial ground where Robert and Martha Hargadine buried their one-year-old daughter on December 8, 1867. But two weeks later, young Cuyler Farnham was also laid to rest in a nearby grave. These are the first recorded burials. Local artists, James and Ann Hill Russell, and James Carr Whippcarved created many of the headstones. Hargadine Cemetery was the oldest privately own cemetery in Ashland, until 1989 when the city assumed responsibility for it. Additional documents include research notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, maps, photographs, and a copy of the cemetery plot map.
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1997
15 3 MSS025.15.03: Cultural Resources Report, Trail to Casey State Park Entrance, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The report evaluates the roads from Trail to the Casey State Park entrance and their state of deterioration. The roads between Trail to Crater Lake National Park are in significant need of repair. The report lists proposed improvements to make the roads safer for all travelers and provide better access to American historical locations. Also included in the report, is the National Register nomination of "The Rogue Elk Hotel" to the Registry of Historic Places, images of structures, and maps. A book titled, "Land of the North Umpquas" by Lavola J Bakken is included.
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1987
15 4 MSS025.14.04: Ashland Cemetery Multiple Resource National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property, Ashland, Oregon, Jackson County
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The nomination forms for the National Register of Historic Places focus on the Ashland Cemetery and Mountain View Cemetery. The Ashland Cemetery and the Mountain View Cemetery were selected for their role in the settlement and development of Ashland. The documents provide a brief history of the area. Supporting materials include images and maps of the cemeteries. Additional materials include newspaper articles, handwritten notes, and correspondence concerning the nomination. Also, an excerpt from "On to Oregon: Over the Oregon and Applegate Trails."The remaining cemeteries are Hill-Dunn Cemetery, Mount Vernon Cemetery, and Hargadine Cemetery. Each cemetery has a short description. The five cemeteries represent the years 1851 through 1925, a period when people began to migrate to Oregon to claim their fortunes in gold and land.
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1994
15 5 MSS025.14.05: Research for Ashland Cemetery Multiple Resource National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property, Ashland, Oregon, Jackson County
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The nomination forms for the National Register of Historic Places focus on the Ashland Cemetery and Mountain View Cemetery. The Ashland Cemetery and the Mountain View Cemetery were selected for their role in the settlement and development of Ashland. The documents provide a brief history of the area. Supporting materials include images and maps of the cemeteries. Additional materials include newspaper articles, handwritten notes, and correspondence concerning the nomination. Also, an excerpt from "On to Oregon: Over the Oregon and Applegate Trails."The remaining cemeteries are Hill-Dunn Cemetery, Mount Vernon Cemetery, and Hargadine Cemetery. Each cemetery has a short description. The five cemeteries represent the years 1851 through 1925, a period when people began to migrate to Oregon to claim their fortunes in gold and land. The file is a duplicate of the prior file, except for the price list from 1915 from the Vermont Marble Co., History of Hill Cemetery, and several warranty deeds.
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1994
15 6 MSS025.15.06: Mountain View Cemetery, Normal Avenue and Highway 66, Ashland, Oregon, Jackson County
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The National Register of Historic Places form describes Mountain View Cemetery as established in 1904. The cemetery, located in the southeastern part of Ashland, was added to meet the need for burial space. The cemetery consists of two sections separated by highway 66. The smaller portion of the cemetery, formerly the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F) cemetery, was laid out in 1907. The Ashland Memorial Mausoleum was added in 1924 on land purchased from the I.O.O.F. Many individuals were prominent in Ashland's second wave of development, 1880 through 1910, are interred here. Also included is a booklet called "Beauty Spots of Oregon" from the Multnomah Hotel in Portland, Oregon, outlining places to visit in Oregon.
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1994
15 7 MSS025:15.07: Butte Falls, The Sawmill Site at Big Butte Creek Falls, Butte Falls, Jackson County, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
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This folder consists of research on the town of Butte Falls and the Sawmill site at Big Butte Creek Falls. Also included, are newspaper articles, oral history interviews with Charles I. Patton, Elga Abbott, a long-time resident, and a handwritten document by Earnest Smith, an early Butte Falls citizen. There are images of Jackson County Deeds and the Commissioner's Journal from July 1911, and the petition of incorporation and organization of the town. Also correspondence regarding the research and handwritten notes.
Materials are open for research.
1977-1999
15 8 MSS025:15.08: Rogue Valley Landscape Project part 1
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The National Register of Historic Places for Multiple Property form describes the Historic Properties for the Mining Resources of the Upper Illinois Valley in Josephine County, Oregon. The document details the history of Gold Placer Mining and Development in the Waldo area between 1851 and 1942. Three folders contain the research for these nomination forms. The sites in part one (this folder), include Allen Gulch Townsite, St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Waldo Cemetery, Waldo Chinese Cemetery, and Old Placer Mine. The sites in part two, include Deep Gravel Mine, High Gravel Mine, Fry Gulch Mine, Cameron Mine, Esterly Pit #2/Llano de Oro Mine, Plataurica Mine, Waldo Mine, and Allen Gulch Mill. The sites in part three, include Upper Ditch, Middle Ditch, Wimer Ditch, Osgood Ditch, Logan Wash Ditch, Logan Cut, and Logan Drain Ditches. Folders two and three are in box 16 of the Atwood papers.
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2000
16 1 MSS025:16:01: Rogue Valley Landscape Project part 2
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The National Register of Historic Places for Multiple Property form describes the Historic Properties for the Mining Resources of the Upper Illinois Valley in Josephine County, Oregon. The document details the history of Gold Placer Mining and Development in the Waldo area between 1851 and 1942. Three folders contain the research for these nomination forms. The sites in part two (this folder), include Deep Gravel Mine, High Gravel Mine, Fry Gulch Mine, Cameron Mine, Esterly Pit #2/Llano de Oro Mine, Plataurica Mine, Waldo Mine, and Allen Gulch Mill. The sites in part three, include Upper Ditch, Middle Ditch, Wimer Ditch, Osgood Ditch, Logan Wash Ditch, Logan Cut, and Logan Drain Ditches. The sites in part one, include Allen Gulch Townsite, St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Waldo Cemetery, Waldo Chinese Cemetery, and Old Placer Mine. Part one is in box 15, and part three is in box 16 of the Atwood papers.
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2000
16 2 MSS025:16:02: Rogue Valley Landscape Project part 3
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The National Register of Historic Places for Multiple Property form describes the Historic Properties for the Mining Resources of the Upper Illinois Valley in Josephine County, Oregon. The document details the history of Gold Placer Mining and Development in the Waldo area between 1851 and 1942. Three folders contain the research for these nomination forms. The sites in part three (this folder), include Upper Ditch, Middle Ditch, Wimer Ditch, Osgood Ditch, Logan Wash Ditch, Logan Cut, and Logan Drain Ditches. The sites in part one, include Allen Gulch Townsite, St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Waldo Cemetery, Waldo Chinese Cemetery, and Old Placer Mine. The sites in part two, include Deep Gravel Mine, High Gravel Mine, Fry Gulch Mine, Cameron Mine, Esterly Pit #2/Llano de Oro Mine, Plataurica Mine, Waldo Mine, and Allen Gulch Mill. Part one is in box 15, and part two is in box 16 of the Atwood papers.
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2000
16 3 MSS025:16.03: Running Y Ranch
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The evaluation of the Running Y Ranch for inclusion in the National Registry of Historic Places identifies three distinct periods of history for the ranch. The periods include the Early Settlement Era 1866-1889, the McCornack Era 1890-1919, and the Geary Era 1920-1947. The document outlines the agriculture development of Klamath County during these periods. Materiels include images of structures and landscape on the ranch, as well as, maps and handwritten notes.
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1997
16 4 MSS025:16:04: Southern Oregon Heritage Magazines
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
This folder includes two magazines filled with rich local history — the magazine "Southern Oregon Heritage," Fall and Winter issues1995, volume 1, number 1 and 2. The issues contain stories about the Rogue Valley and the people who lived here.
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1995
16 5 MSS025:16.05: Reports on South - Central Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Tonsfeldt, Ward (aut)
Minor, Rick (aut)
Beckham, Stephen Dow (aut)
Toepel, Kathryn Anne (aut)
Materials are open for research.
The two reports in this folder include information on the history of the Lakeview district in South-Central Oregon. The materials document the migrants use of land as they arrived in Oregon to begin a new life. The documents focus on the years 1910 through 1936. The reports concern the Lumber Industry and its effects on the land. The importance of the railroads and the role of politics are also noted.
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1979, 1987
17 1 MSS025:17:01: Correspondence
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The small collection of letters concern the history of Southern Oregon. The topics include the Woolen Mills, the Butte Creek Mill, and 'Gin Lin' of Jacksonville, Oregon. Two significant letters include a personal narrative by a member of the Takelma Indians of the Rogue Valley, and research documenting minorities in early Jacksonville, Oregon.
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1974-1978
17 2 MSS025:17.02: Copyright Material
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The documents are forms and instructions on registering a copyright for printed materials. A copyright application, circulars on the process of obtaining a copyright, and the certification of copyright registration are provided. Additional materials include correspondence with the Library of Congress, the copyright office, as well as handwritten notes.
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1979 through 1988
17 3 MSS025:17.03: Historic Preservation Briefs
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The series of articles addresses historic buildings and the best method for preservation and repairs. The information identifies practices such as retrofitting historic buildings with fire safety and evaluating a structure for the National Register of Historic Places.
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17 4 MSS025:17.04: National Register part 1
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The research project is laid out in three parts. Each section contains books from the National Register Bulletin, a publication from the U.S. Department of Interior National Park Service. Each book provides detailed guidelines on planning, surveying, and nominating structures, homes, landscapes, and properties for the National Register of Historic Places. The detailed instructions note how to fill out the nomination forms. Also included are a condensed technical guide for Oregon property owners and an amateur's guide to terms used for Historic buildings.
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1970, 1995
17 5 MSS025:17.05: National Register part 2
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The research project is laid out in three parts. Each section contains books from the National Register Bulletin, a publication from the U.S. Department of Interior National Park Service. Each book provides detailed guidelines on planning, surveying, and nominating structures, homes, landscapes, and properties for the National Register of Historic Places. The detailed instructions note how to fill out the nomination forms. Also included are a condensed technical guide for Oregon property owners and an amateur's guide to terms used for Historic buildings.
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1970, 1995
17 6 MSS025:17.06: National Register part 3
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The research project is laid out in three parts. Each section contains books from the National Register Bulletin, a publication from the U.S. Department of Interior National Park Service. Each book provides detailed guidelines on planning, surveying, and nominating structures, homes, landscapes, and properties for the National Register of Historic Places. The detailed instructions note how to fill out the nomination forms. Also included are a condensed technical guide for Oregon property owners and an amateur's guide to terms used for Historic buildings.
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1970, 1995
17 7 MSS025:17.07: Fernwood pioneer cemetery, Everest Cemetery, Newberg, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
Add Quaker to subject list.
The National Register of Historic Places nomination form describes the Fernwood Pioneer Cemetery established in 1882 and located near Newburg, Oregon. Four prominent headstones mark the graves of the Brutscher and Everest families. Many of the first-generation settlers were laid to rest here between 1882 and1922. Fernwood Pioneer Cemetery Association acquired the deed to the cemetery in 1967 and continue to care for it. The early period of settlement, post-1880, is linked to the development of the Quaker town of Newburg. Additional materials include photographs, newspaper clippings, maps of the plots, book excerpts on the history of the settlers, correspondence concerning the nomination, and handwritten notes.
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1993
17 8 MSS025:17.08: Charles Givan Ranch, The Givan Ranch, Eagle Point, Oregon
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The "The Givan Ranch" is an excellent example of 19th-century farming. Two personal narratives from Charles Givan, one of the sons of the original settlers are included. Jackson County purchased the ranch with all the tools and farming equipment in 1972. The property sold with conditions to be set up as a park for the public to visit and see an example of a century farm, and an area where the Klamath Indians came to fish on the Rogue River. A test excavation was conducted at the Givan Ranch in July 1990. The report of the findings was submitted in 1991. Also included are correspondence regarding the Givan Ranch property, images of the ranch, and excavations sites.
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1976-1993
case
18 0 MSS025:18.01: Charles "Charlie" Gavin
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
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The Charles "Charlie" Gavin folder provides research in photographs of the Ranch, farm equipment, structures, and family. A 1976 taped interview with Charlie, Ruth Kneas, and Kay Atwood describes the Old Gavin Ranch and life back in the day. Also included are a list of people in the photos and handwritten notes.
Materials are open for research.
1976-1981
Folder
18 2 MSS025:18.02: Medford Clinic History
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The Medford Clinic opened its doors in 1948. Robert Sleeter, Reinhold Kanzler, and Oscar Heyerman formed a team of physicians offering their expertise in the medical field for the people of Medford and the surrounding area. The history of the Medford Clinic provides a timeline and changes for the organization. A list of Physicians working at the Clinic between 1948 and 1994, their specialties, and the personal statements of selected Doctors and staff members.
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1948-1994
18 3 MSS025:18.03: Swedenburg House Project
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The issue of "The Table Rock Sentinel," published by the Southern Oregon Historical Society containing the article, "Saving the Chappell – Swedenburg House." Many community members and students rallied together to save the house, that became a part of the university.
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1984
18 4 MSS025:18.04: Ned Vilas Photographs, Blossoms and Branches
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The photographs, proof sheets, and negatives include handwritten notes and a list of people in the photographs. There are several photographs of Ned Vilas.
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1977
18 5 MSS025:18.05: Blossoms and Branches Photos
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The photographs, proof sheets, and negatives include handwritten notes and a list of people in the photographs. The photographs cover local community members in various locations around the area.
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1979
18 6 MSS025:18.6: Honorable History photographs part 1
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The photographs and negatives document the honorable mentions of the local history, people, and historical places in Southern Oregon. Included are handwritten notes on the subjects of the photographs. See part 2 for additional photographs.
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18 7 MSS025:18.7: Honorable History photographs part 2
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The photographs and negatives document the honorable mentions of the local history, people, and historical places in Southern Oregon. Included are handwritten notes on the subjects of the photographs. See part 1 for additional photographs.
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18 8 MSS025:18.8: Ashland Hospital, Century of Caring photographs
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The photographs of Ashland, hospitals, and medical staff in over a century of caring for the sick in Ashland Oregon include correspondence on the subjects of the photographs.
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1992
18 9 MSS025:18.09: Ashland Hospital
Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)
Materials are open for research.
The photographs and negatives of Ashland hospital and its medical staff include newspaper clippings about the hospital and notes regarding the hospital.
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Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Frontier and pioneer life
  • Historic buildings
  • Geographical Names :
  • Oregon, Southern
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Atwood, Kay (Katherine Conlee) (com)