VANCOUVER GOES UP IN SMOKE - The Great Fire of 1889 destroyed much of downtown Vancouver, burning several businesses. This scene is looking northeast from the vicinity of Third and Main streets.
Roffler, John, House - Camas, Washington
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Portland's Jantzen Beach Park kept things fun for decades
From 1928 until 1970, the Hayden Island amusement park was one of the area's most popular destinations for swimming, auto races, dances and other amusements.
McLoughlin Heights, World War Two Housing in Vancouver Washington
Below: This dramatic view of the Vancouver shipyard during World War II was taken when 12 escort aircraft carriers were in the ways in various stages of completion. At the lower left a carrier is tied up at the outfitting dock. The rectangular building just above the carrier was the cafeteria where thousands of meals were served around the clock. The north-south street in the middle of the photograph is Grand Avenue, with the Maritime Commission's 7,000 bed Columbia House dormitory complex…