3 p. An article by Katherine Louise Smith giving a historical and descriptive tour of the Columbia River, including photographs of the Columbia near the Dalles, Memaloose Island, Oneonta Gorge, Multnomah Falls, and of the harbor at Portland, Oregon.
4 p. Article describing the building of the Columbia River Highway, including construction details. The article also contains six photographs: one full-page photograph depicting a picturesque curve around the cliffs at Shepperd's Dell, one showing Horse-tail falls, one showing the observation windows in the tunnel at Storm Cliff, one showing the bridge at Sheppherd's Dell, one depicting the view from Chanticleer Inn, and one showing the panormaic view at Crown Point. Also included on two of the pages are some writings dealing with unrelated topics.
1 p. article describing the building of the Columbia River Highway, including construction details. The article also contains four photographs: one depicting the bridge at Shepperd's Dell, one depicting the entrance to the observatory tunnel, one depicting Mitchell's Tunnel through Storm Cliff; one showing the overlook at Crown Point on the Columbia River.
2 p. Article detailing the salmon fishing industry on the Columbia River, including providing details on salmon spawning and the use of fish wheels. The use of Chinese, Scandinavian, and Russian immigrants in the fishing and canning is described. There is also discussion of the town of Astoria and its expected growth.
Article by Randall R. Howard. The author describes the construction of the Columbia River Highway, and takes us on an automobile journey along the Highway from Portland, Oregon to The Dalles and Celilo Falls. Accompanying photographs are of a stretch of highway on the Washington side of the Columbia River, built by Sam Hill of Maryhill; a bridge above the stream from Latourelle Falls; a tunnel through the rock at Oneonta Gorge; and a view of Celilo Falls.
This image is included in Building Oregon: Architecture of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, a digital collection which provides documentation about the architectural heritage of the Pacific Northwest.