Title: Iron, Wood & Water: An Illustrated History of Lake Oswego
Author: Ann Fulton
Illustrator: Susanna Kuo (photo editor)
Description: Signed by Ann Fulton on title page. Black cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Small indent on first few pages, else fine. Dust jacket is in an archival sleeve. Illustrated. Index. 168 pp. 11 x 8.5 inches.
A handsomely produced and thoroughly illustrated historical profile of Lake Oswego, Oregon. Covers material from the days of the Indian settlements along the Willamette River, to early white settlement, the sawmills, iron industry, the redesigning of Sucker Lake, river and rail transportation, city development, school, country club, business district and other post-WWII growth up to 1960. Also includes 50 page of histories of various businesses, organizations, and families that have contributed to the development and economic base of Lake Oswego. Foreword by former Oregon Governor and U.S. Senator, Mark O. Hatfield.
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: Fine
Publisher: Published for the Oswego Heritage Council by the Historical Publishing Network
Place: [Lake Oswego, Oregon] / San Antonio, Texas
Keywords: Oregon, Clackamas County, history, local history, Willamette River, Sucker Lake,
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