National Geographic : 1956 Feb
OPEN TO VISITORS is Oregon's striking State Capitol in Salem. Structure is of white marble, topped with golden statue of The Pioneer. Azaleas bloom in foreground. YOU WILL WANT TO STOP often at roadside turnouts to marvel at Oregon's natural grandeur. Snow-crowned, 11,245-foot Mt. Hood (below) forms a spectacular back ground for colorful pear orchard in the Hood River Valley. you'll remember Oregon SMAKE THIS YOUR YEAR for new sightseeing and vacation thrills in scenic Oregon. Play in summer snowlands on great mountain peaks. Enjoy 400 miles of Pacific sun and surf. Go picnicking in forests of tall evergreens. Ride cowboy style on open plateaus. Sparkling rivers and lakes await the boating and swimming needs of everyone in your family. Smooth highways take you to all these places and many, many more. Hundreds of parks, modern travel facilities and friendly people will help you have a wonderful time in Oregon. Send coupon for free color booklet. SSEE ALL OF O JrMego . by driving scenic highways J^^^^^^^^^^ IBI- __^_---___----- -- -- - -111 - --- -- *--- --- ~^- rn-i 11-- --- ---- --- TRAVEL INFORMATION, ROOM 46, Highway Dept., Salem, Oregon Pleasesendfree booklet to: Name Address SCity Zone State "