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  • Tags: Samuel and Beulah Reed

Captures the West as it was " shrinking under the assault of the twentieth century"

Condensation of the Lewis and Clark journals which has been edited from the original version for use by the general reader.

Information on Oregon' coast from personal interviews and research in journals, diaries, logs, letters, newspapers and books

Shipwreck of Mimi, Nehalem Spit, February 13, 1913 and its First Mate, F. Flagg

Information on school life, Beeswax ship, Neah-Kah-Nie Mountain, lumber industry among many other topics of everyday life

A look at myths of land, manhood, and manifest destiny and their effect on lives today.

This photo was taken November 1, 1913, the twins were 2 years old, and Marion was 9 1/2 years. This was taken in San Bernardius, CA.
Girls all attened Reed College, Portland, OR
Marion became an M.D. 1935 to 1980s

This wooden box lid could have had a box to it or not. Unknown. It was mailed from Ireland to Wesley M. Batterson, possibly in 1951 or there abouts because the one stamp has that date.

The announcement by Beulah's , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glenn Kendall showed the Bride and Groom were living in Portland after the marriage.

This picture shows how some people are just talented. Fred Stam in a care he made himself. Beulah Reed used to ride in it in 1901, when visiting in Ontario.
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