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Klamath Falls Oregon Police badge #8.

Klamath Falls Oregon Police badge #8. 
Made of nickel silver.

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K Falls 4 Police
K Falls Sgt 141 Reserve
K Falls Fire Chief
K Falls USN fireman
Lake Co. DS
Klamath Co. Posse 88
Chiloquin Indian Police 600

Klamath Falls Oregon Police badge #4. 
Made of nickel silver.

Klamath Falls Oregon Reserve Police Sergeant badge #141. 
Made of nickel silver.

Klamath Falls Oregon Fire badge personalized to D. Benson. 
Made of nickel silver.

Klamath Falls Oregon Fire Chief badge, Gold filled.

Klamath Falls Oregon Fire badge United States Navy.  In 1942 the Klamath Falls Airport was selected for the Naval Air Station later named NAS Klamath Falls.  In 1945 it transferred back to civilian use.

Lake County Oregon Fire badge personalized to D. Benson. 
Made of nickel silver.  Los Angeles 15.

Klamath County Oregon Sheriff Posse  badge #88. 
Made of nickel silver.

Chief of Police Yainax Agency Klamath County Oregon Indian Policeman Tom Barkley wearing his badge. His sister Hattie is standing on the right.  Photo circa 1900.  Tom was born May 1st, 1868 and was Chief of the Indian Police Yainax Agency.

Chiloquin Indian Police written on reverse

Written on the reverse: 
Aunt Liza / Uncle Tom / My mother Hattie Barkley

Members of the Klamath Modoc And Yahooskin Band Of Snake Indians, Hattie was born 1882 in Klamath County.

Tom Barkley Chief of Indian Police Yainax Agency 1906 Framed

Tom Barkley, Chief of the Indian Police at Yainax Agency Klamath County Oregon circa 1906.

Tom Barkley banner
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Sheriff / Sherman Co. ORE. badge.  Marked sterling and presented to W. B. McCoy July 5, 1904 on the back.  3” tall.

Back of badge showing presentation and sterling mark.

Sherman Co Sheriff McCoy
Sherman Co Sheriff McCoy
KFallsPoliceReserve301-450

Klamath Falls Oregon Police Reserve badge #301. 
 

Portland Police Chief Detective, hand engraved, 14k gold with a one karat diamond.

Portland Police Chief Detective, hand engraved, 14k gold with a one karat diamond.

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Klamath Falls Oregon Police badge #17.

Klamath Falls Oregon Police badge #17. 
Made of nickel silver.

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Klamath Falls Oregon Police badge #16. 
Made of nickel silver.

William Benjamin "Ben" McCoy, who also served two consecutive two-year terms from 1904 to 1908. Born on March 29, 1850, in Springfield, Ill., McCoy moved to Sherman County in 1888. He served for four years as a Deputy before being elected Sheriff.

Born on March 29, 1850, in Springfield, Ill., McCoy moved to Sherman County in 1888.

1k gold Baker Oregon Chief of Police badge presented to Walter E. Palmer.
1k gold Baker Oregon Chief of Police badge presented to Walter E. Palmer.

1k gold Baker Oregon Chief of Police badge presented to Walter E. Palmer.

Wm B. McCoy Sheriff 450
William and Sarah McCoy
Statesman Journal Salem 13 May 1906
Statesman Journal Salem 26 March 1905
The Capital Journal Salem 07 Oct 1905
The Dalles Times Mountaineer 06 June 1896
Weekly Oregon Statesman 21 Nov. 1905

Weekly Oregon Statesman 21 Nov. 1905

The Dalles Times Mountaineer 06 June 1896

The Capital Journal Salem 07 Oct 1905

Statesman Journal Salem 26 March 1905

Statesman Journal Salem 13 May 1906

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Jeweler made Sheriff of Wasco County Oregon badge, sterling silver, hand engraved with hard fired enamel.

Jeweler made Sheriff of Wasco County Oregon badge, sterling silver, hand engraved with hard fired enamel. 

Multnomah Co Coroner Earl Smith 10k
Back of Multnomah County Coroner Earl Smith 10k gold.

Multnomah County Coroner Earl Smith 10k gold.

Back of Multnomah County Coroner Earl Smith 10k gold.

SPRR Oregon 787
SPRR Oregon 787 Bk

Railroad  Police 787 Oregon Southern Pacific Co.  Made by Irvine & Jachens 1027 Market St.
S.F. Sterling and dated 8-14-20. 

Before being absorbed by the Oregon State Police the Game Wardens were their own agency within the state.  This Deputy Game Warden badge #9 is made by The Irwin Hodson Co. Portland.

In 1899 the legislature created the Game Board with the position of Game and Forestry Warden.  Deputy Wardens were paid $500 annually.  Before WWI there were 30 deputy game wardens but due to the war the number decreased to 17.  The Oregon State Police in 1931 took over the Game Wardens.   This Deputy Game Warden badge #9 was worn before 1931 and  is hallmarked by The Irwin Hodson Co. Portland.

Oregon Dep. Game Warden 9 bk
Assisstant State Game Warden A.M. Fish
Back of Assisstant State Game Warden inscribed to  A.M. Fish  1922.
Fish, A. M. portrait
Fish, A. M. portrait 2
Fish Documents
Fish 1931 Letter

Assisstant State Game Warden A.M. Fish

Back of Assisstant State Game Warden inscribed to  A.M. Fish 1922.

Fish A. M. close

A. M. Fish Portrait

A. M. Fish pose.

A. M. Fish Oregon Assistant Game Warden

Art Fish and Moose
Sep. 1926 Oregon Sportsman
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Douglas Co. Deputy sheriff badge # 57.

Douglas Co. Deputy sheriff badge # 57.

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