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a few important people

Portland, Oregon area
Willamette Valley
Eugene & Springfield

Coastal Oregon
South Mountains
Central Oregon
Eastern Oregon

Railroads of Oregon

Indian Country of Oregon

reading material,
other media


flag of the State of Oregon           State Seal of Oregon, 1859           2005 state series U.S. quarter for Oregon           2010 park series U.S. quarter for Mount Hood National Forest in Oregon

Official Government Links & Info
Oregon covers 98,381 square miles {255,026 km²}; the highest elevation is 11,249 ft {3,428.8 meters}.
The state was admitted to the Union on 14 February 1859 {the 33rd state}.
The popular name is 'The Beaver State'; the state motto is Alis Volat Propriis (She Flies With Her Own Wings).
The state flower is the Oregon Grape; the state tree is the Douglas fir.
The state animal is the North American Beaver; the state bird is the Western Meadowlark.
The state song is "Oregon, My Oregon!"
Time zones in Oregon are Pacific Time for most of the state, with Mountain Time in a small eastern Idaho-adjacent portion.

Official Website of the State of Oregon
The Oregon Blue Book - online version of the state's official directory & fact book
Oregon Tourism Commission

Statewide Links
Listed #3 on Top Ten States For Beer Lovers {Bankrate blog 9/2014}
browse travel books about Oregon U.S.A. at Amazon
U.S. Highway 20 [finished 1940] terminates at Newport on the Oregon Coast
Black Bear Diner [chain est. 1995] {8 locations in Oregon}
Southern Oregon Visitors Assn.
Oregon Brewers Guild [est. 1992] is based in Portland
Oregon Historical Society [est. 1898] is based in Portland
The Oregon Encyclopedia [est. 2005] - A Project of the Oregon Historical Society
The Mountain West Digital Library [est. 2001] coφrdinates with AZ, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT & WY
Black Rock Coffee Bar chain - 12 locations in Oregon
Oregon Trail Page at 'Readers of The Purple Sage' Western Bookstore
NewPages.com's Directory of Independent Bookstores for Oregon
Dotty's gaming & spirits [chain est. 1992, 26 locations in Oregon]
Oregon Farmers Union [est. 1906]
Oregon Farm Bureau [] based in Salem, Oregon

League of Conservation Voters [est. 1969] headquartered in Washington, DC - Oregon Branch is based in Portland

Oregon Rain Festival [January to December]
Oregon State Fair [est. 1861; 2014 = #149]

A Few Important People
Gov. John Kitzhaber [1995-2003 & since 2011; Dem]
Secretary of State Kate Brown [since 2009; Dem]
U.S. Senator Ronald Lee 'Ron' Wyden [Congress 1981-96; Senate since 1996; Dem]
U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley [since 2009; Dem]

fantasy-scifi author Ursula K. Le Guin [b. 1929] has lived in Portland, Oregon since 1959

Lewis & Clark Expedition [1804-06]

Portland, Oregon area
The Portland, Oregon Section consists of Clackamas (Oregon City), Multnomah (Portland), and Washington (Hillsboro) counties,
along with economic neighbor Vancouver, Washington.
Portland Metropolitan Service District [est. 1957, expanded 1993]
33-mile MAX Blue Line [open 1986] with major terminals at Hillsboro, Clackamas, Airport & Gresham


"Portlandia" TV series [I.F.C. 2011-2015?]
TV ad for Portlandia I.F.C. series  
DVD cover for Portlandia I.F.C. series Season 2  
Nothing else like it on television; the independent webcast is now being telecast by I.F.C., which recently renewed the series for Seasons 5 & 6. Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein, and Jonathan Krisel qualify as auteurs; regular actors include Kyle MacLachlan & Mayor Sam Adams; guest actors include Ed Begley Jr., Selma Blair, Steve Buscemi, Jeff Goldblum, Heather Graham, Aimee Mann, Martina Navratilova, Patton Oswalt, Tim Robbins & Chloλ Sevigny; series won a Peabody Award and WGA TV Award
series credits at IMDb • official website • series entry at Wikipedia
Season 1 (6 episodes): Video Serv color Blu-ray [12/2011] 2 disks for $20.48
Season 1 (6 episodes): Video Serv color DVD [12/2011] for $11.22
Season 2 (11 episodes): Video Serv color Blu-ray [9/2012] 2 disks for $19.99
Season 2 (11 episodes): Video Serv color DVD [9/2012] 2 disks for for $14.32
Seasons 1 & 2, with lots of extras: Video Serv color DVD [9/2012] 3 disks for for $23.47
Season 3 (11 episodes): Video Serv color Blu-ray [DUE July 2013] for $19.99
Season 3 (11 episodes): Video Serv color DVD [DUE July 2013] 2 disks for for $18.93

Portlandia Guide for Visitors book by Fred Armisen & Carrie Brownstein  "Portlandia: A Guide For Visitors" [2012] by Fred Armisen & Carrie Brownstein
Getting around by foot, by bicycle (the Nine Rules), or by the Official Portlandia Car; lists of restaurants, food trucks & book stores; info for pet owners and for old people; 'book is printed on 130% recycled paper'
Kindle Edition from Grand Central Publng [11/2012] - information unclear at Amazon
Grand Central Publng 8x5¼ pb [11/2012] for $12.77

Portlandia The Movie  "Portlandia The Movie: Find Your Reason" [indep Nov 2009]
Nothing to do with the TV series, and in fact filmed two years prior. Struggling actors in Downtown Portland also struggle with life. Co-produced, written & directed by and starring Laura Spitze; also starring Zachary Ayers, Anthony Forsyth, Hans Eleveld, Angelique O'Rourke, Cheryl Beucler-Austin, Steve Brian
VHS/DVD/Blu-ray not available • full credits at IMDb • official movie site

City of Hillsboro, Oregon [incorp. 1876]
twice-weekly Hillsboro Argus newspaper [est. 1873]
Washington County Fair at the county fairgrounds adjacent to the airport
Hillsboro Downtown Business Association (HDBA)
GOLD STAR: SolarWorld is America's largest solar manufacturer since 1975  SolarWorld - based in Germany, U.S. headquarters in Hillsboro, Oregon

Hillsboro, Oregon book from Images of America  
"Hillsboro, Oregon (Images of America)" [2009]
by Debbie Raber & Kimberli Fizgerald

Arcadia Publng 9x6½ pb [11/2009] for $17.15

flag of the City of Portland, Oregon       Seal of the City of Portland, Oregon, 1851      short poster for Occupy Portland (Oregon)

City of Portland, Oregon {est. 1851]
Portland Oregon Visitors Assn.
Portland Streetcar [est. 7/2001] website

daily Oregonian newspaper [est. 1850] in Portland, Oregon
Oregon Live website of the daily Oregonian newspaper [est. 1850] in Portland, Oregon
K.P.O.J. 620-AM progressive Air America Radio in Portland, OR
Tom Dwyer Automotive Service [est. 1982] in Portland, OR {sponsor on KPOJ progressive radio}
Laurelhurst Theater & Pub [1923] in Portland Oregon
www.jubitz.com in Portland
Columbia River Indian Culture Center in Portland
Portland Fresh Hop Beer Fest [first weekend in October] at Oaks Amusement Park
historic GovHotel.com in Portland
Vintage Roadside Gift Shop & Archives of Portland, Oregon
Oregon Children's Theatre [est. 1988], 1939 NE Sandy Blvd. in Portland, Oregon
Vizify visual identity platform [est. 2011] of Portland Oregon
Harmer Steel Products Company [est. 1928] based in Portland, Oregon
Oregon Zoo [est. 1888], 4001 SW Canyon Road in Portland
Washington Park & Zoo Railway [est. 1958] in Portland

Bagdad Theater in Portland Oregon + palaces
Hollywood Theater [1926] in Portland Oregon
Portland [OR] Art Museum Northwest Film Center
Portland [OR] Intl. Film Festival [Feb 2006 = #29] in Portland, Oregon
Portland [OR] Jewish Film Festival [April 2012 = #20]
Reel Music Film Festival [Jan-Feb 2006 = #23] in Portland, OR

Haven Coffee Shop in Portland, Oregon
www.Burgerville.com on MLK
real? 1994 Cafe Coexistence on Burnside
BridgePort Brew Pub, Portland
Mother's Bistro & Grill? in Portland Oregon
Haven Coffee Shop in Portland, Oregon
Hot Lips Pizza [est. 1985] in Portland, OR
Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery in Portland, OR
The Arlington Club [est. 1867] in Portland Oregon
Widmer Brothers Brewing + Widmer's Gashaus in Portland, Oregon
http://www.originalpancakehouse.com/ chain est. 1953 in Portland Oregon
www.New DealDistillery.com
Hotlips Pizzarias [est. 1984] five locations in Portland, Oregon
Hotlips Soda [est. 2003] in Portland, Oregon
CinemaBlend independent entertainment news, gossip & reviews [est. 2004] based in Portland, Oregon


Timber Times Publishers • Logging & Lumbering • History & Modeling • based in Portland, Oregon


Clackamas County, Oregon [founded 1843]

Molalla, Oregon [incorp. 1913] ZIP 97038
Pacific Northwest Live Steamers at Molalla Train Park [est. 1954], 31803 So. Shady Dell Road in Molalla, Oregon


Vancouver, Washington [incorp. 1857]
Vancouver is across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon; the two cities have strong economic ties
City of Vancouver, Washington official website

Willamette Valley in Oregon State
The Willamette Valley Section consists of Linn (Albany) and Marion (state capitol Salem) counties
and the eastern half of Lane County (Eugene & Springfield).

Albany, Oregon

Brooks, Oregon 97303
Antique Powerland transportation museum [] in Brooks, Oregon
Willow Creek Railroad Museum [est. 1975], 3995 Brooklake Road NE in Brooks, Oregon

Salem, Oregon, the State Capitol
historic Elsinore Theatre [built 1926, restored 2004], 170 High Street SE in Salem, Oregon

Eugene & Springfield, Oregon

Eugene, Oregon
Ninkasi Brewing Company [est. 2006]] in Eugene, Oregon

Springfield, Oregon

Coastal Oregon
The Coastal Oregon Section consists of Benton (Corvallis), Clatsop (Astoria), Columbia (Saint Helens), Coos, Curry (Gold Beach),
Josephine (Grants Pass), Lincoln (Newport), Polk (Dallas), Tillamook & Yamhill (McMinnville) counties, the western halves of
Douglas (Reedsport) & Lane (Florence) counties, and Astoria's economic neighbor Chinook, Washington.

Corvallis, Oregon
City of Corvallis, Oregon [est. 1853]
Visit Corvallis, Oregon
Oregon Trail Brewery [est. 1987, new owners 1993], 341 SW Second Street in Corvallis, Oregon

Astoria, Oregon
www.HotelElliott.com in Astoria
Columbia River Maritime Museum in Astoria, Oregon
Liberty Theater 1925 vaudeville hall restored = Astoria OR [noted to ML]
Coast Weekend - free paper & supplement & website based in Astoria, Oregon
Daily Astorian newspaper
3-mile Astoria Riverfront Trolley [est. 1999]
"Astoria: John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson's Lost Pacific Empire: A Story of Wealth, Ambition, and Survival"
Kindle ebook by Peter Stark http://www.amazon.com/Astoria-Jeffersons-Pacific-Ambition-Survival-ebook/dp/B00DB361N8/

Cape Blanco Lighthouse, north of Gold Beach
Salishan Lodge, Glenenden Beach, Oregon
Gold Beach - on the Oregon coast
Sand and Sea Motel in Gold Beach, Oregon
Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast = www.HecetaLighthouse.com
restored Sylvia Beach Hotel in Newport, Oregon
Tillamook Air Museum in Tillamook, Oregon

Chinook, Washington
Chinook is across the Columbia River from Astoria, Oregon; the two cities have strong economic ties
Chinook Observer newspaper

South Mountains of Oregon
The South Mountains Section consists of Jackson (Medford, Ashland, Rogue River) & Josephine (Grants Pass) counties,
and the eastern half of Douglas County (Roseburg).
www.visitMedford.org = VCB
Sh Fest: www.OSFashlandorg
Ashland Springs Hotel
Varsity Theater in Ashland Oregon
Ashland Independent Film Festival [April 2013 = #12] in Ashland, Oregon

Grants Pass [OR] V.C.B.
Grants Pass-Josephine County Chamber of Commerce
Wild River Brewing & Pizza Co. in Grants Pass, Oregon
www.OregonBooks.com Grants Pass
Grants Pass [OR] Daily Courier [est. 1885]

www.visitMedford.org = VCB
Southern Oregon Live Steamers [est. 1981], 799 Berrydale Avenue in Medford, Oregon

Rogue River, Oregon book from Images of America  
"Rogue River, Oregon (Images of America)" [2009]
by Cheryl Martin Sund

Kindle Edition from ... [9/2012] for $9.99
Arcadia Publng 9x6½ pb [10/2009] for $17.25

North Central Oregon
The North Central Section consists of Crook (Prineville), Deschutes (Bend), Hood River, Jefferson (Madras),
Sherman & Wasco (The Dalles) counties.
CofC for Bend, Sisters, Prineville, Redmon, Sunriver, Madras
www.visitBend.com CVB
Metolius River Lodges {north of Bend, Oregon}
Deschutes Brewery [est. 1988] in Bend, Oregon = http://www.deschutesbrewery.com/
Erickson Aircraft Collection [est. 1983], 2408 NW Berg Drive in Madras, Oregon
town of Sisters + old Hotel Sisters
www.HoodRiverHotel.com [est. 1913]
Mount Hood Railroad [est. 1906] in Hood River, Oregon

South Central Oregon
The South Central Section consists of Klamath (Klamath Falls) & Lake (Lakeview) counties.

GOLD STAR: over 36 miles of 7½-inch gauge track on 2,200 acres of pine forest  Train Mountain Railroad [est. 1987], 36941 So. Chiloquin Road in Chiloquin, Oregon
8/2012 video of Train Mountain Railroad [2:42] on YouTube

North Eastern Oregon
The North Eastern Section consists of Baker (Baker City), Gilliam, Grant (Canyon City), Morrow, Umatilla (Pendleton), Union, Wallowa & Wheeler counties.
www.lagrandeobserver.com in La Grande OR

city of Pendleton
www.PendletonRoundup.com [est. 1910]
Pendleton [OR] Woolen Mills [est. 1889]
MaySon's Old Fashioned General Store, 369 So. Main Street Pendleton, Oregon

South Eastern Oregon
The South Eastern Section consists of sparsely-populated Harney & Malheur Counties.
Four Rivers Classic Car Show [Jan 2014 = #3] in Ontario, Oregon
Argus Observer newspaper, 1160 SW Fourth Street in Ontario Oregon 97914

not sure where these belong

www.LaraHouse.com 1910 B&B
Yachats [OR] Celtic Music Festival [Nov 2006]
Galice Resort [est. 1981] on Oregon's Rogue River
Two Pines Smokehouse, Two Pines Bakery & Carlotta's Dining in Shady Cove, Oregon
Bella Union Restaurant & Saloon [built 1864, reopened 1988] in Jacksonville, Oregon
Kershaw Knives [Kai USA Ltd], Wilsonville OR
www.WaterfrontBluesFest.com [July]
www.LakeCliffBnB.com Columbia Gorge
Black Butte Ranch
Coolidge House B&B
www.bridgeportbrew.com/ Oregon's oldest craft brewery
Bob’s Red Mill Whole Grain Store & Restaurant [est. 1978], 5000 SE International Way in Milwaukie, Oregon
Hank-FM 105.1 'everything country' music radio in Phoenix, Oregon
www.oldOregon.com = cofc
Forest Products [est. 1938] based in Tualatin, Oregon
painter Eric Bowman of Tigard, Oregon
Black Rock Coffee Bar, 15300 SW Pacific Highway in Tigard, Oregon
http://www.Loyly.net = Lφyly Finnish spa in Portland
http://www.JupiterHotel.com in Portland (nr Powell Books)
http://www.HopewellBB.com nr Salem OR
http://www.HotelElliott.com [built 1924, refurb 2005]
http://www.ChehalemRidge.com B&B
Big R Store - ranch, farm & home supply in Burns, Oregon
AngelVision Technologies 7320 SW Hunziker Street Portland, OR 97223 http://www.angelvisiontech.com/
Hurst's Berry Farm [est. 1980] in Sheridan, Oregon = hursts-berry.com

Railroads of Oregon
listing of surviving steam locomotives in Oregon
'list of Oregon railroads' page at Wikipedia
TrainWeb / Tourist Railways / Oregon website got hacked {2017}
U.P.R.R. Shortline Railroad Profiles for Oregon
Oregon shortlines fanpage at Trainweb
'Mallets In The Tall Timber' fansite - Oregon survivors page
Pacific Northwest Railroad Archive

Oregon Rail Heritage Center [open 9/2012], 2250 SE Water Avenue in Portland
Oregon Rail Heritage Foundation [est. 1998] • entry at Wikipedia
The S.P. Brooklyn Roundhouse is replaced by the Oregon Engine House at O.R.H.C.
Baldwin 1905 Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co. 4-6-2 Pacific steam locomotive #197 is being restored
official website • entry at Wikipedia
Baldwin 1938 Spokane, Portland & Seattle 4-8-4 E-1 class Northern steam locomotive #700 is operational
official website • entry at Wikipedia
Lima 1941 Southern Pacific 4-8-4 GS-4 class Northern steam locomotive #4449 is undergoing certification
official website • entry at Wikipedia

Astoria, Oregon
3-mile Astoria Riverfront Trolley [est. 1999]
1913 American Car Company of St. Louis diesel-electric (wireless) trolley car 'Old 300' is in daily use (in season)
official website • entry at Wikipedia

Merrill, Oregon
Baldwin 1900 30" narrow-gauge McBryde Sugar 0-6-0 steam locomotive #4
is in storage at Merrill, Oregon (ex-Melody Ranch in Newhall, CA)
Baldwin 1906 Sierra Rwy 2-8-0 steam locomotive #18 is in storage at Merrill, Oregon
Baldwin 1926 Santa Maria Valley RR 2-8-2 steam locomotive #100 (tender from SMV 205) is in storage at Merrill, Oregon
ALCO 1930 Sierra Rwy 2-8-2 steam locomotive #36 is in storage at Merrill, Oregon
Baldwin 1934 Weyerhaeuser 2-6-6-2 steam locomotive #38 (ex-Sierra Rwy #38, ex-Rayonier, Inc.)
is dismantled behind a fence at Merrill, Oregon
Great Northern F-8 class 2-8-0 steam locomotive #1246
Long Bell Lumber 2-6-2 steam locomotive #4
is in storage at Merrill, Oregon (ex-Melody Ranch in Newhall, CA)
OP&E 2-6-2T steam locomotive #1 is in storage at Merrill, Oregon
ORAM Lumber2-6-2T steam locomotive #104 is in storage at Merrill, Oregon
PLC 3-truck Shay-geared steam locomotive #8 is in storage at Merrill, Oregon
Vernonia, South Park & Sunset Steam RR 2-6-2 steam locomotive #105 is in storage at Merrill, Oregon

Portland, Oregon
1909 Stimson Lumber Co. 2-truck Shay-geared steam locomotive #1 'Peggy' is on static display
at World Forestry Center (by the Zoo) in Portland, Oregon
1959 5/8-scale oil-fueled 4-4-0 steam locomotive #1 'Oregon' (replica of 1872 Virginia & Truckee Railroad #11 'Reno')
runs daily at Washington Park & Zoo Railway


Astoria Railroad Preservation Assn. [est. 1990]
Baldwin 1925 Santa Maria Valley RR 2-8-2 Mikado steam locomotive #21
(retired, dismantled, shipped to Snoqualmie in 1960s; purchased in 1991 and trucked to Astoria; being restored)
Barney & Smith 1915 SP&S RR Steamer Express luxury coach car #273 is on display

Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad herald
Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad []

herald for Mount Hood Railroad [est. 1906] in Oregon
Mount Hood Railroad [est. 1906] in Hood River, Oregon

herald for Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad
Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad []
official website • no entry at Wikipedia
photo of Oregon Coast Scenic RR Heisler-geared locomotive #2 [built 1910]
ALCO 1925 McCloud River RR 2-6-2 Mikado steam locomotive #25 is in regular use
(retired 1956-62; excursion service 1962-75 & 1982-86 & 1997-2001; restored 2007, little used;
sold in 2011 to O.C.S.R., trucked to Oregon; began passenger service in August 2011)

Oregon Pacific Railroad [1880-1894]
GOLD STAR: train rides on Saturdays (see schedule); very willing to work with movie/TV location filming  Oregon Pacific Railroad [est. 1991] - two locations in Oregon
official website • entry at Wikipedia

Oregon, Pacific & Eastern Railway [1904-1994] at Cottage Grove, Oregon

Southern Pacific Railroad
Southern Pacific Railroad entry at Wikipedia
Southern Pacific RR Historical & Technical Society

Sumpter Valley Railway logging saw logo
Sumpter Valley Railway narrow gauge [est. 1971] in North Central Oregon
official website • entry at Wikipedia
photo of Sumpter Valley Heisler-geared locomotive #3 [built 1915]
video of Sumpter Valley Heisler-geared locomotive #3 [10:00] online at YouTube
1926 narrow-gauge 2-6-6-2T articulated locomotives #250 & #251  click here for photograph of SVRR locomotive #250 at Baker, Oregon in July 1941 (in a new window)
(purchased from Uintah Railway in 1940; sold to I.R.C.A. in Guatelama in 1947; both scrapped in the 1970s)

Union Pacific Railroad

Portland, Astoria and Pacific Railroad [1913-1957]
Vernonia, South Park and Sunset Steam Railroad [1960-65]
logging line, then tourist line that is now a 21-mile rail trail
www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdqRIT5MbvE [2:22]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZJEjx_Phj4 [4:40]

logo/herald of the Washington Park & Zoo Railway [est. 1958]        official U.S.P.S. cancellation stamp of the Washington Park & Zoo Railway
Washington Park & Zoo Railway [est. 1958] in Portland, Oregon
official website • entry at Wikipedia
5/8-scale railroad on three miles of track; trains include the Zooliner (streamlined diesel-hydraulic 1958 replica G.M. Aerotrain), oil-fueled 4-4-0 steam locomotive #1 'Oregon' (1959 replica of 1872 Virginia & Truckee Railroad #11 'Reno'), and the 1959 Oregon Express (1959 diesel locomotive #5); also backup/maintenance diesel locomotives #3 (looks like EMD SW-7 switcher) and #6 Plymouth/Whitcomb 0-4-0

Indian Country of Oregon
Columbia River Indian Culture Center in Portland

Reading Material & Other Media
browse travel books about Oregon U.S.A. at Amazon


Oregon Passage 1957 movie  "Oregon Passage" [Allied Artists Pictures Dec 1957]
Filmed in Bend, Oregon in CinemaScope, Color by Deluxe; U.S. Army officer out in the Oregon Territory tries to help the Indians. Directed by Paul Landres; written by Jack DeWitt, loosely based on the novel "Rio Bravo" by Gordon D. Shirreffs; starring John Ericson, Lola Albright, Toni Gerry, Edward Platt, Rachel Ames, H.M. Wynant, Jon Shepodd, Walter Barnes, Paul Fierro & Harvey Stephens
VHS/DVD/Blu-ray not available • full credits at IMDb
Encyclopedia of Western Railroad History - Oregon and Washington book by Donald B. Robertson  "Encyclopedia of Western Railroad History, Volume 3: Oregon and Washington"
[1995] by Donald B. Robertson

Caxton Press 11½x9 hardcover [1995] for $23.34
Modern Marvels Pacific Coast Highway DVD from History Channel  "Modern Marvels: Pacific Coast Highway" [History Channel Feb 2004]
U.S. Highway 101 from Seattle to the Mexican border took 25 years for construction.
A&E Television Networks 47-minute DVD-R [7/2008] for $24.95
full credits at IMDb
Oregon Brew Tour book by Bob Ledford & Debra Ledford  "Oregon Brew Tour: Craft Beers, Microbrews, Nanobrews, Festivals & Homebrew Info" [2011]
by Bob & Debra Ledford

Ledford Publng 8½x5½ pb [6/2011] for $16.06
Portland Beer book by Pete Dunlop  "Portland Beer: Crafting The Road To Beervana" [2013]
by Pete Dunlop, Foreword by Angelo De Ieso

Kindle Edition from The History Press [9/2013] for $9.99
The History Press 9x6 pb [9/2013] for $15.82
Beer Lover's Oregon book by Logan Thompson  "Beer Lover's Oregon: Best Breweries, Brewpubs & Beer Bars" [2013]
by Logan Thompson

Globe Pequot 9¼x7½ pb [4/2013] for $14.90


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