Pictorial Past | Harvest on the Waterville Plateau

A wheat threshing team on the Waterville Plateau in the early 1900s.
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Pictorial Past | Traveling through the canyon

Sunset Highway through Pine Canyon in the 1920s. (C.M. Lockwood photo/Douglas County Historical...
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Pictorial Past | Seal sale starts in Douglas County

Posters publicizing the 1964 Christmas Seal campaign are placed in several Douglas County businesses in late November.
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Pictorial Past | Grain storage near Douglas

A grain elevator near Douglas in the early 1900s. The capacity was 6,000 bushels of wheat. (Provided photo/Douglas County Historical...
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Pictorial Past | Slide in the canyon

A flood creates a rockslide in Pine Canyon in June of 1948. (Provided photo/Douglas County Historical Museum)
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Pictorial Past | Field work on the plateau

The Fred Fachnie wheat ranch operation on the Waterville Plateau in the 1920s.
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Pictorial Past | A new state park

Workmen complete about two miles of fencing enclosing the boundaries of the new Bridgeport State Park in October of 1958.
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Pictorial Past | Winding down the canyon

A Model T travels down Sunset Highway through Pine Canyon around the 1920s. (Chester M. Lockwood photo/Douglas County Historical...
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Pictorial Past | Get out to vote

Schools Superintendent Carl Wheelon takes to the skies to get the word out about a special bond measure being voted upon in Waterville on Sept. 30, 1958. Wheelon, piloted by Bill Redlinger of Wenatchee, dropped balloons and leaflets over the town urging voters to go to the polls. The measure was for an addition to the high school. (Provided photo/Wenatchee World...
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Pictorial Past | Traveling to Waterville

The Waterville Special picks up people in Douglas who are en route to Waterville for a picnic, only four miles away. The date is unknown. If you know more information about this photo, email us at weekly@empire-press.com. (Chester M. Lockwood photo/Douglas County Historical...
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