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A large sample of photos have been put on this page for your viewing pleasure. These photos are housed in the Museum's collection. We hope you enjoy them and that they pique your interest so that you will visit us and enjoy the many other things we have to offer.



Josyln House built after original was burned by the Indians. Now known as the Joslyn Haus, a bed & breakfast.






Interior of Acorn Lodge in Underwood, Washington. It was the home of Amos Underwood and an Indian Princess. The lodge was purchased by Edward C. Goodard in approximately 1875.





The Columbia River prior to the construction of Bonneville Dam. The original photo is inscribed on the back: "Before Bonneville Dam. Tinted by Myrtle Overbaugh."







Sorter's Garage 1917-1926 on Jewett Blvd. in White Salmon.






Condit Dam built on the WS River, May 1912 - Mar 1913. It was built with a workforce of 900-1,500 men working 24/7 at a cost of $3,000,000. The dam is located at Husum and forms Northwestern Lake.







Lauterbach's Meat Market in White Salmon on Jewett Ave., owned by William & August Lauterbach







August Lauterbach driving a Wyers livery team.






Wyer's Livery Stable







Teunis Wyer's on his mail delivery route.
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