6 thoughts on “Johnson Creek, 1934

  1. Most of the structures in this picture have been erased. An act of God in 1948 (flood) took most of them (including the bridge). Any remaining buildings succumbed to Father Time. All gone now, without a trace.

  2. Thanks, Peter, Susan, and Lou for your replies to my question. I like to know approximate settings; like how far East, West, North, or South on a street, etc. So knowing it’s close to the Willamette helps. Thank you 🙂

  3. Interesting building with its cupola vent / belltower on its roof. Perhaps formerly a church or school. But notice its boarded up windows and moderate disrepair. Makes me think it slipped to alternate uses.

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