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The Ballot Stealing Caper. Where Past Meets Present, Page 424

Political shenanigans in Jackson county rose to their peak during the depression years.

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James Collier: The Patron of the Performing Arts. Where Past Meets Present, Page 293

James Morrison Collier is a noted supporter of the arts.

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The Brittt Festival. Where Past Meets Present, Page 295

The Britt Festival: from a small idea to one of the premier summer music festivals in the Pacific Northwest.

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Lisa Rinna: The Medford Actress who made it. Where Past Meets Present, Page 309

Lisa Rinna from high school actress to Hollywood celebrity.

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Ashland. Where Past Meets Present, Page 375

Ashland Oregon. A beautiful small city in southern Oregon.

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The Creation of ScienceWorks. Where Past Meets Present, Page 356

Opened in 2002 ScienceWorks is considered one of the country's best small science museums.

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Palmerton Park. Where Past Meets Present, Page 333

Palmerton Park was a plant and tree nursery before becoming an arboretum in the city of Rogue River.

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Interstate 5 (I5). Where Past Meets Present, Page 7

History of the development of interstate 5 through Oregon

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Jim Belushi Comes to Town. Where Past Meets Present, Page 321

Jim Belushi Actor, musician and local supporter of historic preservation projects.

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The Holly Theatre. Where Past Meets Present, Page 284

The Holly theatre built in 1930 was one of the pre-eminent theatres in Medford.

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The City of Rogue River. Where Past Meets Present, Page 399

The City of Rogue River has gone by several names over the years. "Tailholt" then Woodville.

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Kyle Singler: One of the Valley's Best Athletes. Where Past Meets Present, Page 255

Kyle Singler: from hi school stand out to National Basketball player.

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Southern Oregon's Bigfoot. Where Past Meets Present, Page 422

Various reports of Bigfoot sitings, and possibly the worlds only Bigfoot trap.

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Central Point. Where Past Meets Present, Page 385

Central Point was started by the crossing of two pioneer wagon trails.

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Jacksonville. Where Past Meets Present, Page 391

John R. Poole and James Cluggage were the original founders of "Table Rock City" now known as Jacksonville.

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The Hanleys and Hanley Farm. Where Past Meets Present, Page 344

Hanley farm is a historic "working farm" near Jacksonville.

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Camelot Theatre. Where Past Meets Present, Page 290

Camelot theatre has grown from a converted "feed store" to one of the valleys top performing arts venues.

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Beaver Money. Where Past Meets Present, Page 415

Beaver money was invented in 1849 to stablize the currency in the Oregon territory prior to state hood.

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The Craterian. Where Past Meets Present, Page 287

Craterian theatre: Medford's first "Movie Palace"

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Del Rio Vineyards. Where Past Meets Present, Page 365

Once the community of Rock Point, Del Rio Vineyards now encompasses the last of the buildings.

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The Lady of the Woods. Where Past Meets Present, Page 351

Dr Earl Russell Bush is credited with carving the "Lady of the Woods" at Crater Lake.

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Danny Miles: Winning Coach in Basketball and life. Where Past Meets Present, Page 236

A most successful coach - in basketball and life

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Dick Fosbury's Ground-Breaking Flop. Where Past Meets Present, Page 239

Dick Fosbury creator of the "Fosbury Flop"

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Eugene Bennett: Noted Southern Oregon Artist. Where Past Meets Present, Page 281

Eugene Bennett long regarded as the foremost artist in southern Oregon.

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Talent. Where Past Meets Present, Page 379

Talen Oregon was first a farm started by Jacob Wagner in 1852. By 1875 Aaron P. Talent had purchased part of the land and subdivided for homes in antisipation of the rail road.

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