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Logging railroad locomotive engine

Logging railroad locomotive engine

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Original Collection: Gerald W. Williams Collection..Item Number: WilliamsG:Ford 20..You can find this image by searching for the item number by clicking here ( http://oregondigital.org/digcol ) . ..Want more? You can find more digital resources online ( http://scarc.library.oregonstate.edu/digital-resources.html ) . ..We're happy for you to share this digital image within the spirit of The Commons; however, certain restrictions on high quality reproductions of the original physical version may apply. To read more about what “no known restrictions” means, please visit the Special Collections & Archives website ( http://archives.library.oregonstate.edu/exhibits/FlickrCommonsNoKnownCopyrightsRestrictions.html ) , or contact staff at the OSU Special Collections & Archives Research Center for details.

John Fletcher Ford, NW photographer and lifelong evangelist, began his life in Minnesota (1862). He became an evangelist early in life, living in Kansas and Iowa, and settled into the life of a pastor in the Pacific Northwest (1893) after conducting a revival in Ilwaco, Washington. Ford was an ardent opponent of liquor, and a vigorous proponent of the temperance movement. For nearly a hundred and fifty years, Oregon State University has been guided by a three-fold mission of research, teaching, and serving the our communities.

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1900
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