ASTORIA DAILY RECORD: Sources and Information

CITY INTELLIGENCE, reprinted from Tri-Weekly Astorian, July 1, 1873 (first issue)

CENSUS BUREAU REPORTS LATEST POPULATION DATA by Jack Miller. Data Source: http://www.astoria.or.us/Assets/dept_3/pm/pdf/population.pdf

FIRE RAVAGES DOWNTOWN, assembled from articles in Portland Telegram and Morning Oregonian, December 9, 1922

CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION, reprinted from Sausalito News, June 3, 1911. "THIRTY DAYS' CELEBRATION: THE ASTORIA CENTENNIAL: Fitting Climax to One Hundred Years of City's Prosperity" by John Day. Retrieved from http://cdnc.ucr.edu/cgi-bin/cdnc?a=d&d=SN19110603.2.79.

BRITISH TAKE ASTORIA by Jack Miller. Based on information in Stark, Peter, Astoria, HarperCollins, 2014.

Fire damage photo obtained at Sara's Old Photographs, 800 Commercial Street, Suit 100, Astoria, Oregon. Caption by Jack Miller.

Columbia Transportation Company, Wilson & Fisher, Astoria Iron Works, Wyatt &  Thompson, Martin Olsen, Wm. Edgar, and Royal Baking Powder Ads, reconstructed from The Daily Morning Astorian, March 31, 1886.

Astoria Savings Bank Ad, reconstructed from Astoria Daily Budget, January 17, 1906.

Eclipse Market Ad, reconstructed from The Daily Astorian, June 29, 1879.

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WE HAVE FAITH IN ASTORIA, reprinted and reconstructed from The Morning Astorian, April 16, 1925.

TEN BROOK OR SETTER?, reprinted from Astoria Evening Budget, October 28, 1926.

SCANDINAVIAN MEN TO GO OUT, reprinted from The Daily Morning Astorian, June 20, 1896.

OREGON TREATY RATIFIED by Jack Miller. Sources: https://history.state.gov/milestones/1830-1860/oregon-territory, http://www.nwcouncil.org/history/TreatyofOregon, http://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/lesson_plans/borders/essay3.html, http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0612/77439.html#ixzz3DdTJCoc, and History of the Columbia River Valley, 1928, p. 225.

NEW FORT UNDER CONSTRUCTION by Jack Miller. Sources: http://www.oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=parkPage.dsp_parkHistory&parkId=129, http://visitftstevens.com/history/, and Astoria Marine Gazette (Undated), as cited in Victor, Frances Fuller, The River of the West Life and Adventure in the Rocky Mountains and Oregon, pp. 564-5. Retrieved from https://archive.org/stream/riverofwestlifea00victuoft/riverofwestlifea00victuoft_djvu.txt.

Auction Sale To-day, Closed Up, Seal Fishing, and Sound, Sensible Words, reprinted from The Daily Astorian, July 17, 1879.

Happy Thoughts, reprinted from The Daily Astorian,  June 29, 1879.

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A TERRIBLE DISASTER, reprinted from The Daily Astorian, July 3, 1883.

PACIFIC FUR CO. OPENS TRADING POST by Jack Miller. Based on information in Stark, Peter, Astoria, HarperCollins, 2014, and History of the Columbia River Valley, 1928.

WHISKEY CRAFT STRANDED, reprinted from Portland Morning Oregonian, January 17, 1922. Retrieved from http://offbeatoregon.com/1308a-rumrunners-moonshiners-and-speakeasies.html.

THE BRIDGE POSSIBILITY, reprinted from Astoria Budget, November 22, 1928.

NOW IT IS BUSINESS, reprinted from The Daily Morning Astorian, May 17, 1898.

Grand Parade Ad, reconstructed from The Daily Astorian, July 3, 1883.

Hill's Lots Club and California Wine House Ads, reconstructed from The Daily Morning Astorian, December 6, 1893.

Astoria Bowling Alleys Ad, reprinted and Reconstructed from Evening Astorian-Budget, June 8, 1934.

IOOF Dance Ad, reconstructed from Astoria Evening Budget, January 22, 1944.

LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF, reprinted from The Astoria Evening Budget, May 27, 1925.

A SENSIBLE SUGGESTION, reprinted from The Daily Morning Astorian, December 6, 1893.

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BOOK REVIEW. Reviews of Astoria and Unmasking the Oregon Klansman by Jack Miller.

HISTORY OF THE COLUMBIA RIVER VALLEY, reprinted from History of the Columbia River Valley, 1928.

TIMELY TRIBUTE PAID TO ASTORIA, reprinted from The Morning Astorian, April 12, 1910.

LIBERTY THEATRE RE-OPENS TODAY by Jack Miller. Based on information in National Historic Register application, "Astoria Downtown Historic District."

Household Hints, reprinted from Astoria Evening Budget, August 29, 1925.

HOLLYWOOD COMES TO ASTORIA, reprinted with permission from Daily Astorian, October 23, 1984.

New Club 13 Ad, reconstructed from Astoria Evening Budget, January 22, 1944.

The Gem Ad, reconstructed from Centennial Edition of The Morning Astorian, April 12, 1911.

Labor Temple and Astoria Abstract Company Ads, reconstructed from Evening Astorian-Budget, February 11, 1939.

City Book Store Ad, reconstructed from The Daily Astorian, February 8, 1887.

Liberty Theatre photo obtained at Sara's Old Photographs, 800 Commercial Street, Suit 100, Astoria, Oregon. Caption by Jack Miller.

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AROUND TOWN  and DROPPED FROM THE CLOUDS, reprinted from The Daily Astorian, August 24, 1899.

PROJECT FOR NEW HOTEL FAST PROGRESSING, reprinted from Astoria Daily Budget, June 14, 1906.

A CITY WITH A BRIGHT FUTURE, reprinted from The Morning Astorian, July 22, 1926.

CORPS OF DISCOVERY MOVES INTO FORT by Jack Miller. Sources: http://www.nps.gov/lewi/index.htm and http://www.nps.gov/lewi/historyculture/index.htm.

A LETTER FROM REGISTER BURNEY, reprinted from The Daily Astorian, February 8, 1887.

C.H. Coper, Herman Wise, North Pacific Brewery, Germany Beer Hall, Aug. Danielson, The Cosmopolitan, Frank L. Parker, Ho for the Opera!, P. J. Goodman, and Griffin & Reed Ads, reconstructed from The Daily Astorian, February 8, 1887.

Commercial Street photo obtained at Sara's Old Photographs, 800 Commercial Street, Suit 100, Astoria, Oregon. Caption by Jack Miller.

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COMING EVENTS and Capsule News, reprinted from Astoria Evening-Budget, November 16, 1928.

INTRODUCTORY and Notice to Pilots, (and Ship Masters), reprinted from Tri-Weekly Astorian, July 1, 1873 .

ASTORIA BRIDGE DEDICATED by Jack Miller. Sources: http://oregoncoastbridges.com/excerpt1.html, http://www.oregonherald.com/oregon/local.cfm?id=1938, http://columbiariverimages.com/Regions/Places/astoria_to_washington_ferries.html.

PIONEER OF 1846 AT 86 DRIVES 350 MILES TO ASTORIA IN A DAY and GIANT CRANE BREAKS WHILE HOSTING LOG, reprinted from Astoria Evening-Budget, July 21, 1926.

AROUND TOWN, reprinted from The Weekly Astorian, June 30, 1877.

FIRST MAYOR SWORN INTO OFFICE, assembled from articles in Tri-Weekly Astorian, August 16 and 17, 1873.

Fishermen's Strike is Ended; League Formed at Meeting Last Night, reprinted from The Morning Astorian, May 10, 1921.

Ku Klux Klan Sweeps the City, reprinted from The Morning Astorian, November 8, 1922.

CITY FLAG COMBINES WELCOME AND WARNING, reprinted from American City Magazine, April 1924.

Delay Ferry Start, No Trace Found, and Rotary Program , reprinted from The Morning Astorian, February 26, 1925.

Astoria Bicentennial logo, retrieved from http://www.northcoastoregon.com/2012/03/19/astoria-bicentennial-committee-receives-oregon-heritage-tourism-award/

Bridge dedication photo obtained at Sara's Old Photographs, 800 Commercial Street, Suit 100, Astoria, Oregon. Caption by Jack Miller.

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SCHOOL NOTES and YOU COULD GET IT BACK IN 1914; HERE'S LETTER ABOUT GALLON OF VISKY , reprinted from The Morning Astorian, May 28, 1921.

Capsule News, reprinted from Astoria Evening-Budget, November 17, 1928.

J. J. Pittinger Ad, reprinted from The Morning Astorian, May 28, 1921.

Parker House Ad, reprinted from The Daily Astorian, February 8, 1887.

Barton Hotel and Barton-Inn Hotel, Hotel Norblad, and Trains and Stages Ads, reconstructed from The Morning Astorian, August 29, 1925.

Newspaper Advertising Bureau and I. W. Case Ads, reconstructed from The Daily Morning Astorian, March 30, 1886.

HOME BUILDING WAVE STRIKES ASTORIA AREA, reprinted from Evening Astorian-Budget, February 28, 1938.

LOWER COLUMBIA REGION AGAIN TAKES LEAD IN FUR TRADE, reprinted from Evening Astorian-Budget, Februrary 24, 1941. Original article by R. D. Holmes, Editor, Columbia Empire Furs Magazine.

COMMODORE HOTEL REOPENS , reprinted with permission from Daily Astorian, May 28, 2009.

FERRY LINKS ASTORIA TO WASHINGTON, reprinted from The Morning Astorian, May 27, 1921.

HE HAS JOINED THE MAJORITY, reprinted from The Daily Morning Astorian, July 4, 1893.

THE CANNERY SITUATION, reprinted from The Weekly Astorian, May 8, 1886.

Commodore Hotel Photo by Michael Mathers. Caption by Jack Miller.

Salmon Derby photo obtained at Sara's Old Photographs, 800 Commercial Street, Suit 100, Astoria, Oregon. Caption by Jack Miller.

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SHIPPING, reprinted from The Morning Astorian, January 23, 1907.

OCTOBER TIDE TABLES. Source: http://www.tides4fishing.com/us/oregon/astoria-youngs-bay.

S. A. Gimre Ad, reconstructed from The Morning Astorian, August 30, 1925.

Portland Boats Ad, reconstructed from The Morning Astorian, May 28, 1921.

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY, reconstructed from Astoria Evening-Budget, November 16, 1928

H. H Zaph Furniture Ad, reconstructed The Morning Astorian, January 31, 1902.

Tansill's Punch  Ad, reconstructed from The Daily Astorian, February 8, 1887.

Astoria Theatre Ad, reconstructed from The Astoria Evening Budget, May 27, 1925.

Hop Lee Clothing and Ross Higgins & Co. ads, reconstructed from The Daily Morning Astorian, June 20, 1896.

S.H. Willet Ads, reconstructed from The Morning Astorian, Centennial Edition, April 12, 1911.

Commodore Hotel Ad by Jack Miller, drawing by Kim Rose Adams.

 

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