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The 2007 poster is the fourth in a series of Dory Days posters created by Carol Miles Johnson, Pacific City artist and dorywoman. The posters focus on the dories of the Pacific City fleet. The 2007 version features The Georgian and Showboat. The poster also includes an image of a Cape Kiwanda oar. The oars are manufactured by Terry Learned and Paul Hanneman.
For a related image, refer to Carol Miles Johnson 01.
For a related image, refer to Dory Days 2004 Poster.
For a related image, refer to Dory Days 2005 Poster.
For a related image, refer to Dory Days 2006 Poster.
For a related image, refer to Dory Days 2008 Poster.
For a related image, refer to Dory Days 2009 Poster.
For a related image, refer to Dory Days 2010 Poster.
For a related image, refer to Dory Days 2011 Poster.
To see Carol Miles Johnson tell the story Creating the Dory Days Posters, refer to Creating the Dory Days Posters.
Copyright © Carol Miles Johnson, 2007. The artist grants the right to download or print any portion of this material only for educational fair use. Others may not reproduce, republish, post, transmit or distribute this poster in any physical or digital form without the express written permission of the artist.
Johnson, Carol M., "Dory Days 2007 Poster" (2007). All Photographs & Images. Image. Submission 18.
Marshall, Brenda DeVore
Miller, Jackson B.
Launching through the Surf: The Dory Fleet of Pacific City is a collaborative project involving the Linfield College Department of Theatre and Communication Arts, the Jereld R. Nicholson Library, the Linfield Center for the Northwest, the Pacific City Arts Association, and the Pacific City Dorymen’s Association. The collaborators and project partners thank Dave Larkins of Pacific City, who has served as the Dorymen’s Association liaison for the project, their Linfield colleagues who have provided assistance, and the individuals who graciously shared their stories and memorabilia for inclusion in this historical collection.
Support for the project has been provided in part by the following: two grants from the Keck Community Engaged Research to Classroom Program from the Linfield Center for the Northwest, five Linfield College Summer Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Grants, an Arts Build Communities Grant from the Oregon Arts Commission, grants from the Yamhill County Cultural Coalition and the Tillamook County Cultural Coalition, a Cultural Development Grant from the Oregon Cultural Trust, and generous gifts from Nancy Whelan and an anonymous individual donor. Rhianna Bennett, Mary Beth Jones, Gabrielle Leif, and Alicia Schnell have assisted with preparation of materials for the archives.