Clackamas County John Doe is a man who was found unconscious near the railroad track near the bunkhouses for Japanese workers of the Southern Pacific Railroad behind the Weinhard building in Oregon City, Oregon in the afternoon of August 20, 1910. Dr. Norris, the county physician tried to take car of him, but the victim passed away that night.

It is believed the victim overdosed on morphine and is not from the area because no one recognized him. He was interred to Holman and Meyer's undertaking parlors and was buried in 1st Addition, Lot 120, Grave 1 of Mount View Cemetery.

Characteristics

  • Grayish hair.
  • Sandy moustache.
  • Two weeks-growth of a beard.

Accessories

  • Sixty cents in his pockets.

Sources

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