Portland is correct. It burned down August 17, 1964.
Oregon lost world's biggest log cabin in spectacular 1964 fire | Offbeat Oregon History
"Oregon lost world’s biggest log cabin in spectacular 1964 fire
Ancient electrical wiring ignited Portland's legendary Forestry Building, a structure made of massive, flawless old-growth logs that had been built for the Lewis and Clark Exposition in 1905.
Forestry building, Portland, Oregon. Built 1905; burned in a cataclysmic fire 1964.
A souvenir postcard image of the Forestry Building from the 1905 Lewis
and Clark Expo, probably from a sketch made before construction was
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Fullsize image: https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/h...r_fullsize.jpgGiant seawall under construction by Seabees of the 76th Construction Battalion at Apra Harbor, Guam. When completed the two mile breakwater will contain 1,760,000 cubic yards of earth and stone. A 30-ton boulder is hauled to dumping spot. 1945.
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