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Proceedings of the M.W. Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons, of the State of Oregon, at Its Ninth Annual Communication...

Account Book of General Store, Clackamas County, Oregon, 1878-1882. Sm. folio. 270 pp. in Two Volumes. Stationer’s lined account books with marbled boards, pages browned, loose & a few torn. Ink & pencil. Index tabs in one volume. Fair. Studio photograph of unknown man with beard by Imperial, Portland, Oregon.

Collection of Twelve (12) Letters to the Eggleston and Hicks Family in Oregon. 1874-1882. Includes three partial letters, 37 pp. Mostly 5 x 8 inches. Folds, some stamped covers. Pencil & ink, some fading. Includes printed program (3 pp.) from Good Templars Grand Lodge Reception at the Utica Opera House, August 27, 1878, featuring a temperance program.

Know All Men By These Presents: That we the undersigned hereby subscribe for [ ] Shares of the Capital Stock of the Oregon Central Railroad Company, and agree to take and pay for the same by executing and delivering to said Company whenever said Company shall have survey and permanently located its route of Railroad through [ ] County on the West side of the Willamette River...at the rate of twenty five dollars per Share [changed in ink to "one hundred" dollars]...this day of [ ] 1857. [Title & partial text]. 4to. broadside on blue-gray paper.

Oregon Pacific Railroad Ledger. 1880-83. Corvallis, Oregon. 8 x 13 inches, alpha index. 12, 38 pp. "Sol King 1881" on flyleaf. Paper cover torn in half, pages intact. Slight foxing, browning, legible ink.

BEESON, JOHN. A Plea for the Indians; with Facts and Features of the Late War in Oregon.

COOPER, JAMES CLAREN Correspondence to James Clarence Cooper, 1899-1940 (Kentucky, Oregon, Washington). Approx. 165 handwritten letters in stamped postmarked envelopes, ink & pencil. Some covers torn, worn, generally good, legible.

EELLS, Rev. M. Edito In Memoriam. Rev. S.H. Marsh, D.D., First President of Pacific University...Died February 2, 1879.

HINES, GUSTAVUS. Life on the Plains of the Pacific. Oregon: Its History, Condition and Prospects...

MAPES, GEORGE W. A.L.S. to Mr. A. Markes & Co. of Roseburg, Oregon concerning the price of sheep and cattle. Matteson House Hotel, engraved letterhead of hotel, Wabash Ave., Chicago, Illinois. March 8, 1873. 8.5 x 11 in., 1p. with stamped, postmarked cover. Browned, folds, fine.

MEEKER, EZRA. Personal Experiences on the Oregon Trail Sixty Years Ago. [Wrapper title.]

MEEKER, EZRA. The Ox Team or the Old Oregon Trail, 1852-1906. An Account of the Author's Trip Across the Plains, from the Missouri River to Puget Sound...

ODELL, W.H. Premiums Awarded at the Oregon Stae Fair, 1872, Together with Opening and Annual Addresses, and Proceedings of the Board of Managers and Society.

OWEN, ROBERT DALE. Railroad to Oregon. March 3, 1845. [Caption title].

RIGGS, DANIEL. Day Book of Daniel Riggs, Blacksmith. Notebook 5 x 7.25 inches, 106 numbered pages, 1843-1852, plus 46 pages, 1859-1865, in a different hand, some from Enola, Oregon. Front 3 pp. handwritten index. Three colored calf, tight, lined pages. Legible bright ink.

ROBINSON, HENRY. Spiritual & Political Journal of a New York State Farmer, 1846-48.

STURGIS, WILLIAM. The Oregon Question.

THOM, ADAM. The Claims of the Oregon Territory Considered.

WHEELER, MARSHAL. The Earth---Its Third Motion. An Open Letter to the Scientific and Learned World. Small 4to. leaflet comprising title, text on pages [2-3], page [4] blank. Signed in type at conclusion and dated June, 1889. Near fine.

WILLIAMS, EDGAR & CO Historical Atlas Map of Marion & Linn Counties Oregon.

WILLIAMS, EDWARD & C Historical Atlas Map of Marion & Linn Counties Oregon. Compiled, Drawn and Published from Personal Examinations and Actual Surveys.

WILLIAMS, JOSEPH. Narrative of a Tour from the State of Indiana to the Oregon Territory in the Years 1841-2. With an Introduction by James C. Bell, Jr.

WILSON, WILLIAM W. Four (4) pp. ALS to “Lottie,” Concerning Unrequited Love. “In Camp” (Oregon). Feb 25, 1899. 7.75 x 10 inches. No cover. Browned. Legible ink.

YOUNG, HARRY. Hard Knocks. A Life Story of the Vanishing West.

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