Oregon Historical County Records Guide
Crook County Records Inventory
Series provides visual documentation of changes made to county lands through development and by natural and man-made disasters. The photographs are taken at intervals along a series of flight paths to attain coverage of all or part of a county. They generally include flight path or township, range, and section numbers; show natural and man-made features; and are produced in black and white or color prints to varying scales. An index by quadrant may also be included.
Records at the Crook County Courthouse, Community Development Department Director's Office:
[Miscellaneous Rolled Maps and Aerial Photographs-includes watershed, airport, flood control, etc.], ca.1960-present (ca.100 maps and photographs).
Records at the Crook County Courthouse, Community Development Department Director's Office Map Cabinet:
Aerial Photos [Miscellaneous], 1974-2005 (ca.20 photographs);
Topo Maps [Aerial Photographs], 1985 (ca.10 photographs).
Records at the Crook County Archives Center, Community Development Department Storage Cage:
[Aerial Photographs], 1976 (ca.25 photographs);
[Aerial Photographs-Color], n.d. (ca.20 photographs).
Records at the Crook County Fairgrounds, Bowman Museum Storage Building, Records Storage Room:
[Prineville Area Aerial Composite Wall Mosaic Photographs], 1973 (24 photographs).
Records at the Crook County Old Rimrock Marine Storage Building, Two Gray Hanging Plat Cabinets:
[Aerial Photographs-Large Format], 1951 (ca.1000 photographs).
Records at the A.R. Bowman Museum:
Prineville Aerial Photos [M23-rolled], ca.1951 (2 photographs).
Records at the A.R. Bowman Museum, Second Floor Exhibit Room, Under Bed:
[Aerial Photographs], 1951 (10 photographs).