Title: Oregon's Iron Dream: A Story of Old Oswego and the Proposed Iron Empire of the West
Author: Mary Goodall
Description: Signed and numbered De luxe Centennial Edition [458/1000]. Gray cloth boards stamped in teal. Light spot on front board. Faint sticker ghost on ffep. Pages clean. Dust jacket chipped along upper right front corner; closed tear to top edge of front panel; not price clipped ($4.00). DJ in clear archival sleeve. Many b/w photos. Bibliography. 156 pp. 8.75 x 5.75 inches.
Mary Holmes Goodall (1899-1989) was a longtime resident of Lake Oswego who, in addition to writing this history, was recognized for having spearheading the establishment of the Oswego Heritage Council in 1970 and who served on the Lake Oswego city council for eight years. Her mother had been a columnist for the Oregonian and her grandfather, Richard Knight, established the Portland Zoo.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Very Good–
Publisher: Binfords and Mort
Place: Portland, Oregon
Keywords: Lake Oswego, Oswego, Clackamas County, Oregon, history, local history, Willamette River, iron industry, industrialization,
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