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263 Oregon State Highway Department, Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway. Rockaway—Girabaldi Section, Tillamook County, ODOT Library Archives, March, 1927.

264 ODOT, Road Establishments Files: Lincoln County, ODOT Library and History Center, Salem.

265 ODOT, Road Establishments Files: Lane County, ODOT Library and History Center, Salem; ODOT, 2011, 9-4.

266 ODOT, Road Establishments Files: Lane County, ODOT Library and History Center, Salem; ODOT, 2011, 9-4; “Douglas Lowers Bar to Highway,” The Oregonian, October 1, 1930, 6.

267 ODOT, 2011, 45-1.

268 Roy A. Klein, Report on Alternate Routes of Coast Highway in Clatsop and Tillamook Counties, OHSC, October 23, 1930, Clatsop County Road Establishment Files (on file at ODOT Library).

269 ODOT, 2011, 9-5.

270 Oregon State Highway Department, Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway, Roosevelt Coast Highway Lincoln Co. Line – China Creek Section, Lane County, 1931, ODOT Library and History Center, Salem.

271 Alex McMurry, Sea Lion Point Rock Work, Oregon Inventory of Historic Properties ORS 358.653 Documentation Form, 2003.

272 McCurry, 2003.

273 McCurry, 2003.

274 McCurry, 2003.

275 Shirly Stenz, Notes, within “Historic Highway 101 Viewpoint at Sea Lion Caves: Heceta Overlook,” by Jessie Dole. Siuslaw National Forest Service, 2012.

276 ODOT, 2011, 16.

277 ODOT, 2011, 16.

278 Lawrence Barber, Editorial, The Oregonian, October 25, 1987, B5.

279 Ibid.

280 Arthur B. Sullivan, “New Road to Lure Tourists in State,” The Oregonian, May 1, 1927, 96.

281 Sullivan, 1927, 96.

282 Sullivan, 1927, 96.

283 Sullivan, 1927, 96.

284 Barber, B5.

285 Barber, B5.

286 OHSC, 1922, 56.

287 Blakely, 40.

288 OHSC, Biennial Reports, Salem: Oregon State Highway Commission 1929-1930, ODOT Library and History Center

289 Charles Floyd Query, Oregon Ferries: A History of the Ferries on Oregon’s Major Waterways Since 1826 (Santa Cruz, CA, 2006), 109.

290 Query, 2.

291 Query, 39.

292 Query, 44.

293 Query, 7.

294 Query, 7.

295 OHSC, 1928, 13.

296 Robert Hadlow, Elegant Arches, Soaring Spans: C. B. McCullough, Oregon’s Master Bridge Builder (Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2001), 1.

297 Ibid.

298 Hadlow, MPD, 2005, Section E, pg. 5.

299 Ibid.

300 Ibid.

301 Hadlow, MPD, 2005, Section E, pg. 5.

302 Hadlow, MPD, 2005, Section E, pg. 5

303 OHSC, 1928, 67.

304 “Road Progress is Good,” The Oregonian, April 5, 1931, 48.

305 Ibid.

306 Ibid.

307 Ibid.

308 Ibid.

309 Rosalind Keeney, Old Youngs Bay Bridge #330, ODOT Determination of Eligibility for the National Register, 1999.

310 Allen, 21.

311 Hadlow,2005, Section E, pg. 7.

312 Allen, 54.

313 Allen, 53.

314 Robert Hadlow, Depoe Bay Bridge No. 01388 National Register of Historic Places Registration Form, 2005.

315 Ibid.

316 Allen, 57.

317 Bridghunter, Euchre Creek Bridge, 2014. http://bridgehunter.com/or/curry/euchre-creek/ (accessed January 27, 2015).

318 Allen, 137.

319 Ibid.

320 Bridgehunter, Hunter Creek Bridge, 2014. http://bridgehunter.com/or/curry/hunter-creek/ (accessed January 27, 2015).

321 “Highway Now Open to Winter Travel,” The Oregonian, October 30, 1927, 78.

322 Allen, 145.

323 Allen, 23.

324 Ibid.

325 Hadlow, 2005, Section E, pg. 7.

326 Ibid, Section E, pg. 7.

327 Ray Bottenberg, Bridges of the Oregon Coast (Charlston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2006), 9.

328 Hadlow, 2005, Section E, pg. a.

329 Hadlow, 2001, 138; Allen, 87.

330 Allen, 187.

331 “Road Progress is Good,” The Oregonian, April 5, 1931, 48.

332 ODOT, Cape Creek Tunnel No. 3961, Oregon Inventory of Historic Properties Section 106 Documentation Form.

333 Ibid.

334 Ibid.

335 Robert Hadlow, Cape Creek Bridge No. 01113 National Register Nomination, 2005, Sec. 7, pg. 7.

336 Ibid.

337 “Road Bids Due Shortly: State Highway Commission Plans on Session January 16,” The Oregonian, January 2, 1930, 11.

338 “Those Who Come and Go,” The Oregonian, April 11, 1930, 10.

339Blakely, 47.

340 “$16,042,000 Spent On State Highways: $9,230,000 of Total Use for New Construction,” The Oregonian, December 30, 1931, 1.

341 “West Side Highway Group Hears Engineer,” The Oregonian, May 14, 1932, 3.

342 Hadlow, 2005, Section E, pg. 9.

343 Ibid.

344 Ibid, Section E, pg. 10.

345 “Coast Hi-Way Will Be Open by May 28,” The Curry County Reporter, March 20, 1932.

346 “Bridge Dedication Arranged,” The Sunday Oregonian, May 15, 1932, 9.

347 “Hoover to Open Bridge: President to Press Button for Gold Beach Dedication,” The Morning Oregonian, May 5, 1932, 20.

348 OHSC, 1928, 66.

349 Ben W. Olcott, Governor’s Scenic Beauty Message, 1921, Governor Ben W. Olcott’s Administration, Oregon State Archives. http://arcweb.sos.state.or.us/pages/records/governors/guides/state/olcott/scenic1921.html (accessed January 12, 2015).

350 Blakely, 25.

351 Hall, 58.

352 Roy A. Klein, Report on Alternate Routes of Coast Highway in Clatsop and Tillamook Counties, OHSC, October 23, 1930, Clatsop County Road Establishment Files (on file at ODOT Library).

353 Gale Encyclopedia of U.S. History, “Trucking Industry”, http://www.answers.com/topic/trucking-industry-2 (accessed January 2, 2015).

354 Blakely, 26.

355 Ibid., 28.

356 Blakely 29.

357 Lincoln City, About Our City. http://www.oregoncoast.org/about-our-city/ (accessed January 2, 2015).

358 “Beach Interests Merge,” The Oregonian, October 9, 1932, 22.

359 “Road to Bring Sea Nearer Rose City,” The Oregonian, May 30, 1926, 72.

360 “Highway Goes Inland” The Oregonian, July 4, 1926, 62.

361 Ibid.

362 “Wolf Creek Road to Ocean Adopted,” The Oregonian, August 27, 1932, 1.

363 “Beaches Will Celebrate: Action of Highway Commission Inspires Communities,” The Oregonian, August 27, 1932, 2.

364 “Caravaners Sing Cutoff’s Praise,” The Oregonian, July 2, 1939, 1.

365 Douthit, 21.

366 Douthit, 76.

367 Douthit, 32.

368 Douthit, 32.

369 Douthit, 32.

370 Douthit, 33.

371 Gail Wells, “Unions and Hard Times between the Wars: The Great Depression,” Oregon History Project, 2006. http://ohs.org/education/oregonhistory/narratives/subtopic.cfm?subtopic_ID=571 (accessed January 22, 2015).

372 Wells, 2006.

373 Wells, 2006.

374 Wells, 2006.

375 Rebecca Conard, “The National Conference on State Parks: Reflections on Organizational Genealogy,” in The George Wright Forum Vol 14, No. 4, 1997, 28.http://www.georgewright.org/144conard.pdf

376 Conard, 30.

377 Conard, 28.

378 Vol 14, No. 4, 1997, 29. http://www.georgewright.org/144conard.pdf

379 Conard 31.

380 Merriam, 261.

381 Conard, 32.

382 Conard 33.

383 Conard 33.

384 Conard, 34.

385 Conard 34.

386 Conard 36.

387 Architectural Resources Group, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Draft Context Statement, 2004, 1.

388 Richard Leiber to Conrad Wirth, 8 Oct. 1936, National Conference on State Parks Papers, Box 2, found in Thomas R. Cox The Park Builders: A History of State Parks in the Pacific Northwest. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2011), 95.

389 OHSC, 1922, 187.

390 OHSC, 1922, 187.

391 Merriam, 20.

392 OHSC, 1928, 92.

393 Armstrong, Section 2.

394 Merriam, 25.

395 Merriam, 26.

396 Merriam, 25.

397 Merriam, 176.

398 Merriam, 156.

399 Merriam, 217

400 Armstrong, 178.

401 Merriam, 217

402 Armstrong, 170.

403 Merriam, 211.

404 Lawrence F. Barber, “Coast Stage Route Gives Wild Beauty,” The Sunday Oregonian, February 19, 1928, 66.

405 ODOT, Road Establishments Files: Lincoln County, ODOT Library and History Center, Salem.

406 OPRD, Devils Punchbowl State Natural Area, Oregon State Parks, 2015. http://www.oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=parkPage.dsp_parkHistory&parkId=156 (accessed January 14, 2015)

407 Everett Earle Stanard, “Beach at Heceta Offers Attractions To Visitors,” The Sunday Oregonian, August 31, 1930, 39.

408 Armstrong, 144-145;

409 Northwest Rotogravure Magazine, July 17, 1955.

410 Merriam, 192.

411 Merriam, 37.

412 W. A. Langille, The Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park, 1946, 1.

413 Armstrong, 211.

414 “Road to Beach Planned: Line Extending to Umpqua Urged by Citizens,” The Sunday Oregonian, March 24, 1929, 48.

415 Joseph L. Brogan, “Battle Rock, Historic Spot at Port Orford, to be Park,” The Sunday Oregonian, July 6, 1930, 42.

416 Ibid.

417 Herman Edwards, “1939 Motor Cruise: Sebastian Park,” The Oregonian, May 21, 1939, 3.

418 Armstrong, 132-133.

419 Merriam, 159.

420 Merriam, 98.

421 Merriam, 159.

422 Armstrong, 103.

423 Edwards, 3.

424 Armstrong, 103.

425 OPRD, “Harris Beach State Park,” http://www.oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=parkPage.dsp_parkPage&parkId=58 (accessed January 12, 2015)

426 Armstrong, 137.

427 W. A. Langille, Harris Beach State Park, Curry County, Oregon, 1944, 3.

428 OPRD, “Harris Beach State Park, http://www.oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=parkPage.dsp_parkPage&parkId=58 (accessed January 21, 201)

429 Allen, 139.

430 Berkin, Miller, Cherny, and Gormly, Making America: A History of the United States Volume 2: from 1865 [Pittsburgh: Carnegie Learning, Inc., 2011], 629-631.

431 Berkin, 630.

432 Hadlow, 2005, 11.

433 Onno Husing, “A History of U.S. Highway 101,” Oregon Coastal Zone Management Association, Oregon Coastal News, March, 2008, 12.

434 Hadlow, 2005, 12.

435 Hadlow, 2005, 13.

436 N/A, “Yaquina Bay Bridge: Spanning Yaquina Bay on the Oregon Coast Highway,” Historic American Engineering Record (HAER), [Washington DC.: National Park Service], HAER OR-44, 1990, 3.

437 HAER OR-44, 1990, 3.

438 Ibid

439 Berkin, 631.

440 Civilian Conservation Corps Legacy, “CCC Camps Oregon,” http://www.ccclegacy.org/CCC_Camps_Oregon.html [accessed December 30, 2014]; Records of the Civilian Conservation Corp (RG 35), “Camp Inspection Reports, 1933-42,” Entry 115 (PI #11), Archival Research Catalogue ID no. 565152, http://www.magsgen.com/images/RG35_CCC_Camp_Inspection_File_List.pdf [accessed December 30, 2014].

441 Richard Hansen, “History of Camp Creek,” Oregon Coast Magazine, September/October, 1995, 76-79; Lori Robertson (NFS), interviewed by authors, Cape Perpetua Visitor’s Center, OR, August 7, 2014.

442 Hansen, 77.

443 Robertson, 2014.

444 Berkin, 634-635.

445 Hadlow, 2005, 18.

446 ODOT, History of State Highways in Oregon, Salem: ODOT, 2011, 9-5.

447 Ibid, 9-4; Terry Dilman, “Highway 101 History Published,” The Newport News-Times, July 16, 2008.

448 ODOT, Road Establishments Files: Clatsop County, ODOT Library and History Center, Salem.

449 ODOT, 2011, 9-5.

450 Ibid, 9-6.

451 Sanborn Fire Insurance Company, 1921-1949, Insurance Maps of Seaside, Oregon, Vol. 1, August 1921-October 1949, Sheet 1.

452 Hadlow, 2005, 18.

453 OSHC, Twelfth Biennial Report, 1936, 56-57.

454 Additional information on this technique is discussed in Section 7.4 Transportation.

455 OSHC, 1936, 54-55.

456 Ibid.

457 Dilman, 2008.

458 The Oregonian, “Yaquina Bay Dedication to be left to Newport,” September 10, 1936, 4.

459 Ibid, “Newport Bridge Given to Public,” October 4, 1936, 6.

460 OSHC, 1936, 54-55.

461 OSHC, 1936, 57.

462 Ibid.

463 Ibid, 57-58.

464 Allen, 110.

465 OSHC, 1936, 58.

466 Ibid.

467 OSHC, 1936, 58-59.

468 OSHC, 1936, 58-59.

469 These include the cost of designing the structures, the cost of examining the special revenue bonds, the cost of short term financing, and miscellaneous undistributed charges associated with the project.

470 OSHC, Thirteenth Biennial Report, 1938, 40-41.

471 Allen, 29.

472 Allen, 31. Note: Ray Allen states within this page that this was the last major headland to be crossed by the Oregon Coast Highway, with that headland crossing completed in 1937. This is incorrect. Though Chasm Bridge was completed in 1937, additional roadway, culvert, and curbing and wayside work was not completed along Neahkahnie Mountain until 1943. See Richard Engeman, Highway 101, Neahkahnie Mountain. Oregon History Project. Portland: Oregon Historical Society, 2005 for more information on the completion of the Neahkahnie Mountain highway route. Though an extensive review of the accuracy of this source was not conducted, it should also be noted that the cost of the Coos Bay Bridge, page 118, is incorrectly stated as $778,260, which is the cost of the original Alsea Bay Bridge. The Coos Bay Bridge was completed at a cost of $2,143,391.39. See Oregon State Highway Commission, Twelfth Biennial Report, 1936, 59 for a full accounting summary of the five major coastal bridges.

473 OSHC, Fifteenth Biennial Report, 1942, 47.

474 Richard Engeman, Highway 101, Neahkahnie Mountain, Oregon History Project, Portland: Oregon Historical Society, 2005 http://ohs.org/education/oregonhistory/historical_records/dsp Document.cfm?doc_ID=80863F87-0475-A317-0248409399C25DDD [accessed January 9, 2015].

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