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.
The University of Oregon, Map & Aerial Photography Library Aerial Photograph Collection includes aerial photographs from most Oregon counties.
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).