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The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I

Part one of three scrapbooks about Camas and Washougal history collected over time by local historian Virginia Warren.


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The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Bob Best
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A photocopy of a letter from Bob Best to Virginia Warren regarding a revolver he bought which had belonged to John D. Currie during the Spanish American War.
Topics: John D. Currie, Camas, Camas History, Bob Best, Virginia Warren, 13th Minnesota infantry Regiment,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
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An article about the need to replace the old 17th Street Bridge in Washougal, and the problems necessitating it.
Topics: 17th Street Bridge, Washougal, Washougal History, Rich Williams, William L. Pierce, Washington...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Sandra Walters
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An article about the reopening of the Liberty Theater in Camas, and the efforts of Toni Ness and Cathy Asher to improve services as they progress. This article appeared in the Focus 1990 insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Feb. 20th, 1990.
Topics: Liberty Theater, Camas, Camas History, Movie Theaters, Cathy Asher, Toni Ness, Warren Dunn, Glenn...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Dawn Feldhaus
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An article about the 50th anniversary of Tidland Corporation, from its beginnings as a machine shop to its modern industrial state. This article appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Feb. 13th, 2001.
Topics: Tidland Corporation, Camas, Camas History, Camas Businesses, Gil Kuhn, Kasey Stratton, Joaquin...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Chris Clohessy
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an article about the early settlement of the Camas-Washougal area, in particular the founding of Parkersville. This article appeared in the Columbia River-Waves of the Past 1792-1992 insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Jun. 30th, 1992.
Topics: Parkersville, Washougal, Washougal History, David C. Parker, Lt. William Broughton, Lewis &...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A brief article about the removal of the old 17th Street bridge in Washougal. This appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Aug. 11th, 1992.
Topics: 17th Street Bridge, Washougal, Washougal History, Washington State Department of Transportation,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A sketch of the Jacob Duback home, north of Fisher's Landing, and a brief biographical note. This image originally appeared in Clarke County History by Alley and Munro-Fraser (1885), and reproduced in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976. Included are two small news items from a Lacamas Post issue from 1911.
Topics: Jacob Duback, Fisher's Landing
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
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A short history of the founding of the J.D. Currie Youth Camp at the North end of Lacamas Lake.
Topics: Camp Currie, Camas, Camas History, Crown Zellerbach, John D. Currie, Lonnie Belz, J.D. Currie Youth...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Wesley Andrews
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A photo showing 4th Avenue in Camas, looking east. At the extreme left is the McMaster Building, with the Urie Building across the street. Signs for the Camas Hotel and the Grenada Theater can be see. This photo is from the Camas Library Foundation commemorative calendar for the Camas Public Library's 75th anniversary (1998).
Topics: Camas, Camas History, McMaster Building, Urie Building, Camas Hotel, Grenada Theater
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A brief article about the Lady Washington, a replica of the brig sailed by Capt. Robert Gray, and its upcoming visit to Camas-Washougal. This article appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Aug. 20th, 1991.
Topics: Lady Washington, Historic Ships, Brigs (Ship), Capt. Robert Gray, Port of Camas-Washougal, Sheldon...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
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An article about the Camas Lions Club's efforts to raise money to make necessary repairs to Camp Currie.
Topics: Camp Currie, Sean Guard, J.D. Currie Youth Camp, Camas Lions CLub, Dick Golladay, Crown-Zellerbach...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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The front page of the Camas-Washougal Post-Record for May 7th, 1945. This reproduction appeared in the Crown-Zellerbach Centennial edition of the Camas-washougal Post-Record May 27th, 1970.
Topics: Camas-Washougal Post-Record, Camas, Camas History, Camas Newspapers, Newspapers
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A series of photos of important Camas businesses and buildings. This appeared in the Industrial Edition of the Camas-Washougal Post-Record May, 1938.
Topics: Camas, Camas History, Camas Businesses, Buildings, Perfection Twine Company, Farrell Building, Baz...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Curtis Hughey
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A genealogy of the Richard and Betsy Ough family.
Topics: Richard Ough, Betsy Ough, White Wing, Washougal History, Washington Genealogies, Genealogy
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Ted Van Arsdol
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An article about Maj. John Hatheway, the first U.S. Army commander at Vancouver, the founding of Vancouver Barracks, and the surrounding facilities. This article appeared in The Columbian Jan. 24th, 1999.
Topics: Maj. John Hatheway, Vancouver Barracks, Oregon Territory, Columbia River, Fort Vancouver, Hudson's...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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An article about the founding of Camas Public Library by the Camas Relief and Civic Improvement Club, the adoption of it as a city department, and its renovation in 1975. This article appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Camas Public Library, Camas Relief And Civic Improvement Club, Urie Building, Thayer's Drug Store,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Wendy Reif
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An article about the efforts of Lonnie Belz, Casey O'Dell, and the Camas Cemetery Association to maintain Camas cemeteries as a non-profit organization. This article appeared in The Columbian in 1981.
Topics: Camas, Camas History, Camas Cemetery Association, Lonnie Belz, Casey O'Dell, Camas Cemetery
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Sally Alves
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A biographical article about the life of A.D. 'Mac' McKever, his gradual working migration to Camas, his life and family there, and the founding of the town's first water supply. This article appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record insert 40 People Who Shaped Camas-Washougal, Jun. 28th, 1994.
Topics: A.D. McKever, Dora Vititow McKever, Camas history, McKever Family, Public Utilities, LaCamas,,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A photo of the 1947 3rd Street bridge crash and fire. This reproduction appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Oct. 9th, 2001.
Topics: Camas, Camas History, 3rd Street Bridge Fire
A brief article describing the celebrations in Haines, Oregon, following the signing of the Armistice at the end of World War I.
Topics: Haines, Oregon, World War I, Armistice, Celebrations
A photo of the Camas High School girls basketball team from 1913
Topics: Camas History, Camas High School, Girls Basketball Team, Sports Teams
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A brief article from The LaCamas Post in 1908 describing the movement to change the name of LaCamas to Camas. This reprint appeared in the Post-Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Camas, Camas History, LaCamas, Lacamas Lake, Camas Post Office, John A. Cowan
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
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Aa article reproducing various Camas and Washougal news items from a 1908 issue of the LaCamas Post. The reproduction appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976. Photos are: the Tidland Family at Lacamas Lake (1905), O.F. Johnson in his car (about 1914), and a girls basketball team (1911).
Topics: Ada Looney, Jack Harrington, Camas Mayors, Charles LItz, Camas City Council, Ralph Crane, Jack...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Sally Alves
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An article about John D. Currie and the founding of Camp Currie on Lacamas Lake. This article appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Jan. 1st, 1998.
Topics: Camp Currie, Camas, Camas History, Fort James Corporation, John D. Currie, Alice Curry, G.M. Self,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post Record
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A description of Camas from the 1912-1913 Polk Directory. It gives a general description of its location, the major business of the town, and its government. below the article is an undated photo of the Business and Professional Women's Club house.
Topics: Camas, Camas History, North Pacific Railroad, Spokane Portland & Seattle Railroad, Camas Paper...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A photo of Rufus Blair with a cougar he killed slung over the hood of his car. This photo appeared in the Crown Zellerbach Centennial edition of the Camas-Washougal Post-Record May 27th, 1970.
Topics: Camas History, Rufus Blair, James Wright, Lady Island, Camas Police Chiefs
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Diane Gibson and Mark Wohosky
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An article about the founding of Camas as a town and how it began with the founding of the paper mill. This article appeared in The Columbian  on May 23rd, 2002.
Topics: Camas, Camas History, Henry Pittock, Camas Paper Mill, Lacmas Colony Company, Lacamas Lake, Round...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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The front page of the Camas-Washougal Post-Record from Jul. 20th, 1961. This reproduction appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Camas, Camas History, Camas-Washougal Post-Record, Newspapers
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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Two advertisements featuring Swank Furniture & Hardware and the Swank Funeral Chapel. These appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post Record Industrial Edition in May, 1938.
Topics: Camas, Camas History, Camas Businesses, Swank Furniture & Hardware, Swank Funeral Chapel
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
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A reproduction of an article from the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Oct. 12th, 1966 about Arthur K. "Doc" Harris. It describes his involvement in local sports, the blood bank, and the Boy Scouts. This reproduction appeared in the Crown Zellerbach Centennial edition of the Camas-Washougal Post-Record May 27th, 1970. 
Topics: Doc Harris, Arthur K. Harris, Camas, Camas History, Camas Doctors, Urie Building, Boy Scouts, Camas...
A photo (no date given) of someone paddling a boat on Lacamas Lake, with a handwritten caption.
Topics: Lacamas Lake, Boating, Logging Flume
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A collection of small historical items of interest from the Crown-Zellerbach Centennial insert to  the Camas-Washougal Post-Record, May 27th, 1970.
Topics: Camas History, Crown-Zellerbach, Camas Paper Mill, Hamilton J.G. Maxon, Fort Vancouver, Vancouver...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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An article describing local Indians methods of resolving disputes, from mediation to wrestling from canoes. Includes photo of a cougar killed by Rufus Blair in 1912, which is bound to the hood of his car. The article appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Columbia River Indians, Conflict Resolution, Rufus Blair
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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An article about early British exploration of the Columbia River by Lt. William Broughton in 1792. Includes a photo of  a historic marker on Washington state highway 14, and a sketch of an Indian longboat. Appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record's Post Bicentennial insert in 1976.
Topics: Columbia River, Exploration, Lt. William Broughton, Capt. George Vancouver, Columbia River Indians,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
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An article about the upcoming Camas Centennial, a brief history of its beginnings, and plans for improvements in the paper mill and the city. This article appeared in The Oregonian Jul. 13th, 1983.
Topics: Camas Centennial, Camas, Camas History, Camas Celebrations, LaCamas Colony Company, Camas Paper...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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Photos of Anna Eddy and Rose Farrell (no dates given). These appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Anna Eddy, Rose Farrell
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
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An article about the life of Charlie Farrell, longtime Camas businessman. This article appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Charlie Farrell, Martin Farrell, Rose Roffler Farrell, Anna Roffler Eddy, H.E. Eddy, Glenn Ranck,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Sean McGinty
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An article about historic houses built in Camas and Washougal, including John Roffler-built homes, and the stories of how they came to be. This article appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Dec. 5th, 2000.
Topics: Camas, Camas History, Washougal Washougal History, Fred Sweet, Ada Sweet, Fred Sweet House, Mill...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Milton Bona
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A brief article outlining the exploration and development of the Camas and Washougal area. This article appeared in the Camas Centennial Celebration insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Sep.13th, 1983.
Topics: Camas History, Washougal History, Columbia River, Washougal River, Capt. George Vancouver, Lewis...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
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Photo of John and Carolyn Ough, no date given, with handwritten description of their home and occupations.
Topics: John Ough, Carolyn Ough, Camas Paper Mill
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by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A write up of the wedding between James Ough and Vennie Davis, which took place on January 6th, 1979 at the home of Wayne Davis, officiated by Rev. Bob Kunz.
Topics: James Ough, Vennie Davis, Washougal, Weddings, Wayne Davis, Rev. Bob Kunz, Pendleton Woolen Mills
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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Two small clippings of news items from an issue of the Lacamas Post in 1911.
Topic: Camas History
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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An article about the origins of the names of Washougal and Camas, including a sketch of Indian women harvesting wapato bulbs which appeared in Roy Jones' Wappato Indians in 1972. A secondary article by Marc Anderson describes the settling and development of Fern Prairie, and a sketch of the Mason Gibbons home in Washougal. These articles appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976. The sketch originally appeared in Alley and Munro Fraser's Clarke County...
Topics: Washougal History, Camas History, Tea Prairie, LaCamas, Camas Bulb, Camas Lily, Alexander Ross,...
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by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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An article describing the lives of Indian women of the region, their roles in their tribes, how they worked and harvested wapato bulbs. This article appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Columbia River Indians, Indian Villages, Indian Women, Wapato
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Roy F. Jones
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A sketch of an Indian longhouse, typical of the kind seen by Lewis and Clark while exploring the area. The caption provided is an excerpt from the book "Wappato Indians" by Roy F. Jones. Appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record's Post Bicentennial insert in 1976.
Topics: Longhouses, Wappato Island, Sauvie Island, Columbia River Indians, Lewis And Clark Expedition
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A phot from 1903 depicting the Kersey and family in front of a building near the SP&S depot. This photo appeared in the Crown Zellerbach Centennial edition of the Camas -Washougal Post-Record May 27th, 1970.
Topics: Clark Kersey, Edith Kersey, Mabel Kersey, Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railroad, Camas History
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by The Columbian?
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A brief article recounting the life of Glenn Ranck, who edited the Vancouver Chronicle, served in the state legislature and served in Clark County in a variety of municipal functions. The photo is of the Ranck Grocery Store on the corner of 4th and Birch in Camas, currently the site of the Farrell Building.
Topics: Glenn Ranck, William Ranck, Vancouver History, Camas History, Vancouver Chronicle, Vancouver...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Wesley Andrews
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A photo of the McMaster Building in Camas, 1922. The Camas Opera House is on the left. This appeared in the Camas Library Foundation's commemorative calendar for the Camas Public Library's 75th anniversary.
Topics: Camas, Camas History, McMaster Building, Camas Paper Mill, Camas Opera House
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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An old photo of Camas, no date given. This appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topic: Camas History
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Virginia Warren
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A handwritten testimonial by Virginia Warren regarding John Thomas Ough, describing his visit to the Two Rivers Heritage Museum, his occupation and his family.
Topics: John Thomas Ough, Ough Family, Washington Genealogies, Two Rivers Heritage Museum, Washougal,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Sandra Walters
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An article about Hal Zimmerman, his ownership and publishing of the Camas-Washougal Post-Record, his service in Washington State legislature, and his involvement in various civic organizations. This article appeared in the 40 People Who Shaped Camas-Washougal insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record jun. 28th, 1994.
Topics: Hal Zimmerman, Camas, Camas History, Camas-Washougal Post-Record, Washington State Legislature
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An article about the life of Henry M. Knapp, his migration, west, and his Family. This article appeared in the Columbia River - Waves of the Past 1792-1992 insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Jun. 30th, 1992.
Topics: Henry M. Knapp, Eliza Fisher Knapp, Grass Valley, Washington Territory, Fisher Cemetery, Anna...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A sampling of personal goings on in Camas from an issue of the Camas Post in 1911.
Topics: Camas, Camas History
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Unknown
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A photo of Betsy Ough, no date given.
Topic: Betsy Ough
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Pamela Endzweig
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An article describing the life of Chinookan Indians on the Columbia River, including their societal structure and trade. Recounts Capt. Robert Gray's first encounters with them and that of his fifth mate, John Boit. Includes a portrait of Capt. Robert Gray. This article appeared in the Columbia River - Waves of the Past 1791-1992 insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Jun. 30th, 1992.
Topics: Capt. Robert Gray, John Boit, Chinook Indians, Columbia River Indians, Columbia River
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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An article about W.C. "Carl" Mansfield, longtime Camas store owner, his upbringing in Nebraska, his various business dealings in Camas, and his family. This article appeared in the Cenaqua-Bicentennial Supplement to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Carl Mansfield, Camas, Camas History, W.A. Mansfield, Roy Dobbs, Camas Mercantile, Robert W....
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Winnie Shinn
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An article recalling the life of Gus Lorenz and his involvement in governing and beautifying Camas. This article appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Aug. 15th, 1989.
Topics: Gus Lorenz, Camas, Camas History, Crown Zellerbach Paper Mill, Camas Paper Mill, Camas High School,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Winnie Shinn
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An article recounting the life of Martha Ford, along time teacher in Washougal. It recounts her family's emigration to Washougal, her experiences going to school, and her professional life. This article appeared in the Washougal's 100th Anniversary insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record, Oct. 1st, 1980.
Topics: Martha Kloninger Ford, Washougal History, Teachers, Gustave Kloninger, Anna Kloninger, Parker's...
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by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A photo of the Bethel Congregational Church, the first church in Washougal. This image appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Bethel Congregational Church, Washougal History, David Shepherd, Jospeh Durgan, David L. Russell
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
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An article which appeared in The Columbian about Chinese labor in Clark County. It describes their involvement in digging a ditch linking Lacamas Lake with the Camas paper mill, and later the Eureka Ditch, known as the China Ditch.
Topics: Chinese Labor, Clark County History, Camas History, Eureka Ditch, China Ditch, Chinese Laborers,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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An article detailing the circumstances surrounding Lewis and Clark's brief stay in the Washougal area in 1806, their explorations while there, and other explorers who followed in their footsteps. This article appeared in the Crown Zellerbach Centennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record, May 27th, 1970.
Topics: William Clark, Merriwether Lewis, Washougal River, Willamette River, Columbia River, Lewis &...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A brief article about Hamilton J.G. Maxon, whose Donation Land Claim comprised the land that ultimately became the townsite of LaCamas. Appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Hamilton J.G. Maxon, Lacamas, Camas History, Silas D. Maxon, Washougal History, Parker's Landing,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A photo of Betsy Ough from 1910. It appeared in the Camas-Washougal  Post-Record Post Bicentennial insert in 1976.
Topics: Betsy Ough, Cascades Indians, Washougal History
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
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A phot of the Home Laundry in Camas from about 1915-1920
Topics: Camas History, Home Laundry, O.F. Johnson Building
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Jim Gersbach
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An article about Milton Bona's work recording the founding of the Camas Presbyterian Church. This article appeared in the Camas Centennial Celebration insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Sep. 13th, 1983.
Topics: St. John's Presbyterian Church, Camas Presbyterian Church, Milton Bona, Camas Churches, Churches,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Winnie Shinn
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An article about the Goot family who migrated from Switzerland to settle in the Camas and Washougal area. It details the business of their family farm and dairy, and their varied careers. This article appeared in the Cenaqua-Bicentennial Supplement to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Goot Family, Albert Goot Sr., Albert Goot Jr., Carl Goot, Camas, Washougal, Washougal History, Goot...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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An article about the establishment and growth of postal service in the east part of what is now Clark County, and ultimately in the Camas and Washougal areas. This article appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-record in 1976.
Topics: Postal Service, Washington Territory, Fisher's Post Office, Solomon W. Fisher, Henry M. Knapp,...
Cemetery records for several Ough family members taken from Clark County Washington Cemetery Records vol. 6, along with an obituary for Thomas E. Ough, and notice of an award given to John T.Ough by Louis Bloch.
Topics: Virginia Warren, Thomas Ough, John T. Ough, Cemetery Records, Genealogy, Camas, Washington, Louis...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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An article about the lives of Gus and Marie Lorenz, their civic involvements, and hobbies. This article appeared in the Washington Centennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Nov. 11th, 1988.
Topics: Gus Lorenz, Marie Meyer Lorenz, LaCamas, Camas, Camas History, Crown Zellerbach Paper Mill, Camas...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A photo of the air recovery furnace at the Camas Paper Mill. The furnace was completed in 1975. This photo appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Crown Zellerbach Paper Mill, Camas Paper Mill, Camas, Camas History, Pollution
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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A short article with photos about the impending removal of the old 17th Street bridge in Washougal. this appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record Aug. 4th, 1992.
Topics: 17th Street Bridge, Washougal, Washougal History, Washington State Department of Transportation,...
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Camas-Washougal Post-Record
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An article about the founding of Washougal by Joe Durgan, and the subsequent expansion and the people involved. This article appeared in the Post Bicentennial insert to the Camas-Washougal Post-Record in 1976.
Topics: Joe Durgan, Washougal, Washougal History, Parker's Landing, Government Island, Alexander McAndrew,...
A photo showing the Urie Building and First National Bank, from the 1920's. To the right of the bank was Thayer's Drug Store, which is where the library began.
Topics: Camas History, Banks, Urie Building, Camas Downtown, Thayer's Drug Store
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
by Milton Bona
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A short article about Columbia River Indians playing of a lacrosse-like sport, with descriptions of the items used and circumstances surrounding matches. Appeared in the Camas-Washougal Post-Record's Post Bicentennial insert in 1976.
Topics: Columbia River Indians, Sports, Lacrosse, Sauvie Island, Pearson Airfield
The Virginia Warren Collection Volume I
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A 1908 photo inside the Camas State Bank, the first bank in Camas. Pictured are O.F. Johnson and his wife Beatrice.
Topics: Camas State Bank, O.F. Johnson, Beatrice Johnson, Emil Bauman, Camas History, Banks