The Port Orford Jubilee was originally formed in the early 1900’s and previously called “The Agate Festival.” Many years later it became the Port Orford Jubilee and has operated under the name for close to 50 years. Learn more at The Port Orford Jubilee’s website.

Port Orford (South End) on the 4th of July, c1940. Highway 101 and his Touring Menagerie — Pritchett, Colorado.

Port Orford (South End) on the 4th of July, c1940. Highway 101 and his Touring Menagerie — Pritchett, Colorado.

A float during the 1959 Port Orford Jubilee celebrating the famous Battle Rock. In the past, The battle of "Battle Rock" was reenacted each 4th of July as part of the Port Orford's Jubilee Celebration.  It is no longer the practice today. (Photo: David Falconer)

A float during the 1959 Port Orford Jubilee celebrating the famous Battle Rock. In the past, The battle of “Battle Rock” was reenacted each 4th of July as part of the Port Orford’s Jubilee Celebration. It is no longer the practice today.(Photo: David Falconer)

Port Orford (South End) on the 4th of July, 1973. Location: Highway 101 6th and Jackson.

Port Orford (South End) on the 4th of July, 1973. Location: Highway 101 6th and Jackson.

Additional photos in the archive —
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4th July Indians Norms Market Theater Lyles Fountain.jpg 4th July Indians Tuckers Market Marshs Auto.jpg 4th July Norms Market Fishing Boat.jpg 4th July Peg Leg Saloon.jpg