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An Index to Myrtle Point Beginnings Photographs
Myrtle Point Beginnings written by Curt Beckham 1985
Compiled by Robyn Greenlund 2006

Curt Beckham's Myrtle Point Beginnings book contains 25 photographs.
The following is a Table of Contents for the photographs and the Corrections that have been identified to date.

Photographic Table of Contents
Portrait of Christian Lehnherr (abt 1884)
   Date of photograph from Masonic Hall records
Forward
Guerin Hotel (abt 1910)
    Located on SW corner Spruce and 5th
4
Mrs. Toy, First telephone operator (1896)
    Shown inside the Huling-Lundy Hardware store
8
Hamm's Cafe (abt 1930)
   Located at 527 Spruce Street
10
Southern Pacific Depot in Myrtle Point (abt 1905)
   Located on Reedsford Road near Maple
14
Myrtle Point-Roseburg Auto Stage (abt 1915)
    Photo may have been taken near S.S. Endicott homestead
25
Overland Limited Stagecoach (abt 1905)
    Photo shows stage, Hotel Guerin and has some of the people identified
26
View of Myrtle Point and the Myrtle Point School (abt 1908)
   View looking west from 'A' street.
28
Legion Hall (LDS Church) [Now the Logging Museum] (abt 1910)
    The Presbyterian Church can also bee seen in the photo.
30
Myrtle Point Hotel (abt 1900)
    Located on NE corner 1st and Maple
32
Cook's Service Station (abt 1920)
    Located on SW corner 4th and Spruce
34
Brewster Valley Road Camp (abt 1900)
    Photo taken in Brewster Valley
36
Sternwheeler "Echo" on Coquille River (abt 1903)
    Caption says owned by J.W. McCloskey
38
Myrtle Point-Roseburg stage line (1910)
    Around Sugar Loaf mountain
40
Sternwheeler "Dispatch" on the Coquille River (abt 1915)
   
44
Sternwheeler "Echo" on the Coquille River
    Also shows William Carver Transfer Company. Photo by Young.
46
Hamm's Cafe interior (abt 1940)
    located at 527 Spruce Street
50
Auto stage in front of the Myrtle Point Livery & Feed Stable (abt 1915)
    Also shows horse drawn carriage/stage
52
Steamer "Little Annie" docked at Coquille City (abt 1900)
    Built by Wiliam E. Rackleff
54
Stagecoach that ran away (Nov 1907)
    Outside a livery barn with passengers
56
Coos and Curry Fairgrounds in Myrtle Point (1912)
    Grandstand visible on east side of track
58
Steamer "Rite" docked at the Norway Creamery (1900-01)
    Shows creamery in Norway, Ore.
60
Myrtle Point baseball team with Henry Schroeder as coach or owner
    7 of the 12 people in the photo are identified
64

Corrections

Key to Errata: the first # to appear is the page on which the error is located; the second is the problem noted and the correction.
Page Correction and source note
4 Sempert's Drug store now on Highway 42 and Spruce Street. Hotel was located on sw corner 5th and Spruce
8 Caption on photo should be 1893, not 1896. See p.15.
25 Should read "stage" line
30 Photo labeled as "Church Street". Should be "Maple Street".
32 Safeway's Ice Cream procesing plant now Valley Crest. Located on se corner 1st and Maple.
36 Should read "Brewster Grade', not Grande
52 Myrtle Point Medical Center now a part of North Bend Medical Center.
 
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