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"Looking Glass Lake [later named Langdon Lake] was formed at the summit of the Blue Mountains [Tollgate area] in 1922 when a group of citizens purchased the property for a resort area. Boating, bathing and just enjoying the new lake were a primary…

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"Tollgate, Oregon - View of main buildings and the approach to the toll gate for which the area was named." [No date listed, but similar to other photos. Included the following information: "Prior to the damming of the Looking Glass Creek. 'Hotel'…

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"Looking Glass Lake [later named Langdon Lake] was formed at the summit of the Blue Mountains [Tollgate area] in 1922 when a group of citizens purchased the property for a resort area. Boating, bathing and just enjoying the new lake were a primary…

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"Mill on North Fork of the Looking Glass River" [Mill does not appear in image.]

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"Mill on North Fork of the Looking Glass River"

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"5/1986 - Springfest Rodeo" Visible sponsorship billboard: "Glass Rexall Drugs."

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"August 1976 - experimental shots"
Cars are driven along Adams Avenue in La Grande, Oregon. Banks, stores, and restaurants line the sides of the road, including U.S. Bank, First National Bank, Chuck Wagon, True Value Hardware, Mr. Glasson's, and…

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"10/20/1981" Fourteen images of the La Grande High School Marching Band making it's way along the homecoming parade route.
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