Oregon Historical County Records Guide
Deschutes County Records Inventory
Corner Survey Records
Series documents the establishment and/or restoration of survey corners or monuments by the county surveyor or registered land surveyors. Records include maps, field survey restoration notes, historical notes, and indexes. Information includes description of corners; existing markers; descriptions of new markers and any changes made to the locations; property owners; township, range, and section numbers; donation land claim information; date the new markers were set; and surveyor's signatures.
The searchable Deschutes County Survey Research Application includes Oregon Corner Restoration Records (OCRR).
Records at the Deschutes County Road Department Building, Surveyor's
Corner Negatives [Corner Monumentation Photographic Negatives], vol. 1, n.d.-ca.2003 (1 binder);
Corner Photos [Corner Monumentation Photographs], vol. 1-6, n.d.-ca.2003 (6 binders);
Corner Restorations [Oregon Corner Restoration Record-arranged by geographic location system], 1958-present (16 inches of aperture cards);
Corner Restorations [Oregon Corner Restoration Record-arranged numerically by corner number], 1958-present (16 inches of aperture cards);
Metsker's Atlas of Deschutes County [serves as index to Corner Restoration Record], ca.1958-present (1 volume);
Oregon Corner Restoration Record Locations for Deschutes County [Wall Map], 2006 (1 map).
Records at the Deschutes County Road Department Building, Front Vault:
E.G. Mansfield Corner Ties [Land Corner Drawings and Notes], ca.1974-ca.1977 (1 binder);
OCRR Records and Forms [Oregon Corner Restoration Record], no. 1-1784, 1958-present (2.50 cu.ft.).
Records at the Deschutes County Road Department Building, Engineering
[Corner Description Cards-by township and range], n.d. (.15 cu.ft.);
[Corner Description Cards], no. 100-647, n.d. (.15 cu.ft.);
Metsker's Atlas of Deschutes County Oregon [Found and Restored Corners-Old Rd. Dept. Corner Cards Record], n.d. (1 volume).
Records at the Deschutes County Archives:
OCRR [Oregon Corner Restoration Record], no. 1-1777, 1958-present (17 inches of aperture cards).