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Kemmerer, Wyoming, approx. 1910.

Kemmerer High School, 1912.

Kemmerer High School, undated. Photo by Jackson Studios.

Oregon Short Line Depot. Photo by Jackson Studios.

The Oregon Short Line ran from Granger to Huntington, Oregon, which it reached in November, 1884. The OSL was under the control of the Union Pacific. In 1893 the UPRR went into bankruptcy. In 1897, emerged as an indempendent, the Oregon Short Line & Utah Northern. The UPRR, itself came out of bankruptchy the following year, 1898, and within two years the OSL was again under the full control of the UPRR.

Kemmerer Town Hall, 1923. Photo by Jackson Studios.

Kemmerer, Wyo., Triangle to left, 1923. Photo by Jackson Studios.

Kemmerer, 1923. Photo by Jackson Studios.

Kemmerer, late 1920's, Triangle to left.

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