Photograph showing the top surface of a wooden trestle bridge and a dirt road, with a wooden flume and dam structure visible in the distance (Cazadero Dam). In the background, forested hillsides can be seen above the Clackamas River. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-23” and “32.”
Photograph showing a quarry of loose dirt and rock, with a man standing next to an electric shovel vehicle. An arm extends from the machine over a pile of dirt and tree branches. In the background, a broken hillside can be seen. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-112” and “R-1.”
Photograph showing exterior damage one day after the 1908 wreck at the Cazadero Dam/Station G due to equipment malfunction. Broken windows and a damaged roofing are visible. Water flows out of pipes in the bottom of the building over the water.
Photograph showing interior damage one day after the 1908 wreck at the Cazadero Dam/Station G due to equipment malfunction. A man stands with debris while looking at the camera, and windows and roofing materials show extensive damage.
Photograph showing interior damage one day after the 1908 wreck at the Cazadero Dam/Station G due to equipment malfunction. The floor is littered with debris, and a piece of a generator is visible on the left side of the frame. Windows and roofing materials show extensive damage.
Photograph of generator unit #3 at Cazadero Dam/Station G, taken two months after the 1908 accident due to equipment malfunction. On the front of the unit “General Electric Company” is written. A man stands on the left side of the frame with one hand on a wheel.
Photograph showing the interior of Station G at the Cazadero Dam showing the generator units and building structure. Several large windows an be seen on the left side of the frame, and a man can be seen in the background near the top.
Photograph taken from across the water, showing the employee cottages at Cazadero Dam/Station G. Building can be seen at the top of the hill above the river, with several small wooden structures in front of three long buildings. A railroad car is parked on the left side of the frame.
Photograph taken from a side angle, looking across a suspension bridge at Cazadero Dam/Station G. The bridge leads to steps, which go to the top of the hill across the water. Several buildings and transmission poles can be seen at the top of the hill. On the left side of the frame, the edge of a brick building can be seen.
Photograph of the Cazadero Dam taken in front of the spillway. Water flows over the ledge into a pool at the base, and another stream of water can be seen spilling down on the right side of the frame. The stacked wooden dam structure is visible to the left of the main spillway.
Photograph showing workers during re-decking of the Cazadero Dam. Four men stand at the top of the structure, while one sits on a ladder looking upward. Another part of the wooden dam is visible in the background.
Photograph showing the fishway Cazadero Dam/Station G. A man sits in a boat looking at the camera, with the wooden dam structure is visible behind. Part of the flume can be seen along the right side of the frame.
Photograph taken from a side angle, showing the flume at the Cazadero Dam/Station G. Below the wooden flume is a dirt hillside with rocks, and a long wooden building can be seen in the background on the right side of the frame.
Photograph looking upstream, below proposed upper dam site at Cazadero Dam/Station G. A railroad track and flume can be seen running into the distance around a hillside, and two possible construction vehicles are visible. The river can be seen on the left side of the frame.