Oregon Memorabilia 1967 by Stephen Arthur Stone ~stories of unique persons and events in Oregon history by a long-time Salem newspaperman


Title: Oregon Memorabilia: Stories from the Files of an Oregon Newsman

Author: Stephen A. Stone

Description: Lightly worn. Some soiling on rear cover. A bit spine cocked. Internally clean and unmarked. Illustrated with some historic photographs. 173 pages.

Accounts of curious persons and unique events in Northwest history. Stone writes about the issue of the death penalty in Oregon, womens suffrage, Governor Oswald West, robbers and robberies, lost and found treasure, and much more. Not your typical book of Oregon history, but one which that touches on many particular and little discussed topics.

Stephen Arthur Stone (1885-1982) was a newspaperman in Oregon for over 50 years. He began his career in 1910 with Union-Bulletin in Walla Walla. Between 1915 and 1925 he served as city and then managing editor of the Oregon Statesman. Until his retirement in 1962, he was with the Salem Capitol-Journal.

Binding: Soft cover
Condition: Very Good–

Publisher: Parkstone Company
Place: Eugene, Oregon
Year: 1967

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