Aerial View of Collier Memorial State Park
A print of an aerial view of Collier Memorial State Park, Region 4.
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The Collier Memorial State Park/Logging Museum is located in southern Oregon. It is used for recreation, such as hiking, camping, and fishing. The Park was established in 1945, when two brothers Alfred D. and Andrew Collier donated land to the state of Oregon as a memorial to their parents, Charles Morse Collier and Janet McCornack Collier. Collier Memorial State Park contains one of the largest collections of logging equipment in the world. Alfred Collier continued to add to this collection until his death in 1988.
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TThe Collier Memorial State Park/Logging Museum is located in southern Oregon. It was established in 1945 by the brothers Andrew and Alfred D. Collier as a memorial to their parents. Collection contains a print of an aerial view of Collier Memorial State Park, Region 4.
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