The Maps of Washington (State) and the Pacific Northwest consist of historic and superseded maps depicting forest resources, geology, public lands and land use, hydroelectric projects, highways, and railroads in Washington and the Pacific Northwest region. The regional maps include Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and, in some cases, California and Wyoming.
The Jack Williams Slides consist of color slides made by the father of Gerald W. Williams, Jack Williams, during the mid-to-late 1950s. The images depict landscapes in Oregon, California, and Washington; birds and wildlife; and dams and other water projects in the Pacific Northwest. Of special note are photographs of Native Americans fishing at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River, most of which are available online in Oregon Digital. Jack Williams became interested in photography in the 1930s. He moved to Oregon in the late 1930s and lived in Eugene, Oregon, in the 1940s and 1950s.