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The D'Autremont brothers and the old west's last train robbery . Where Past Meets Present, Page 51

Hugh, Roy and Ray D'Autremont were the last train robbers. Forensic scientist Edward O. "The Wizard" Heinrich profiled the case and made predictions that lead to their capture and incarceration.

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The Danger of Boyish Ways Page 179 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Dial: 1911 to 1912 (some)

The Dial: 1911 to 1912 (some)

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The Early Days of Cars in the Valley. Where Past Meets Present, Page 3

The first cars in the valley. Elmer Elwood, Albert Allen, William Hodson and Randolph Collier

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The Family of Mystic Arts

Spiritualist colony in Graves Creek area.  Bob Carey, James Dowis.  GP Daily Courier 6-7-1968  Ruth Rausch and George Curtis

Vol. 2, pp. 281-284 Marjorie O'Harra Scrapbook
The Furrow: 1926 to 1935 (some)

The Furrow: 1926 to 1935 (some)

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The Gentleman Flyer Page 315 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Ghost towns and stories of the Illinois valley. Where Past Meets Present, Page 54

Ghost towns of the Illinois valley and Josephine county.

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The Girls of Summer Page 288 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Gold Hill Powerhouse Page 67 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Golden Bank and house of C. C. Beekman. Where Past Meets Present, Page 58

History of C. C. Beekman his businesses and home in Jacksonville.

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The Golden Ghost town of the Valley. Where Past Meets Present, Page 338

The Ghost town of Golden lies east of Wolf Creek in Josephine county.

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The golden Rhotenfamily of giants. Where Past Meets Present, Page 61

History of the Rhoten brothers. And especially Enos.

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The Grange Co-op. Where Past Meets Present, Page 92

From its humble beginnings with ninty nine members to a large and diversified corporation.

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The Grants Pass Cavemen. Where Past Meets Present, Page 432

Formed in 1922 the Grants Pass Cavemen is a civic organization based in Josephine county.

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The Haines Apple Tree Page 103 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Hanleys and Hanley Farm. Where Past Meets Present, Page 344

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

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The Hartman Bridges Page 236 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Heyday of Medford Football. Where Past Meets Present, Page 258

A comprehensive history of high school football in southern Oregon.

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The history of Harry and David (and Bear Creek Corporation). Where Past Meets Present, Page 95

Bear Creek Corporation developed by Harry and David Holmes

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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 Jacksonville Museum: A Southern Oregon Institution

by Arthur Samuel Taylor

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The Jenny Creek Wagon Slide Page 11 History Snoopin', 979.5 M55
The Jewel of Lithia Park. Where Past Meets Present, Page 327

Lithia Park is without a doubt the premier city park in Southern Oregon.

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The Journal of Preservation Technology: 1969 to 1977

The Journal of Preservation Technology: 1969 to 1977

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