Columbia River provides landing field on frozen water. Clarence S. Murray on the right and Glenn Murray on the left. Photo dated 1930.
Pioneer Auto and Truck, owned by Charles Lincoln McKinley and a neighbor formed a business in 1906 which transported goods by ferry across the Columbia River before the bridge opened in 1917.
Historical Interstate Bridge I-5 - 1917: The era of ferries hauling passengers and cargo across the river is about to end.
Columbia Hotel, at left, later renamed the St. Francis, was the leading hostelry in Vancouver for a number of years following its opening in 1891. This photo was shot from Second and Main street, looking north on Main St. The are now is taken up by the freeway.
Wilson Brothers, The brothers were accused of abducting Dewey from a street near the old St. Joseph Hospital on March 19,1950, and carrying her off in an automobile. The victim's nude body was found a week later in the Wind River north of Carson. An autopsy disclosed she had died of carbon monoxide poisoning and had been badly beaten.