Mary D. Hume Shipwreck
1881 steamer Mary D. Hume was built by pioneer R.D. Hume. She was in service for almost a hundred years, hauling freight along the West Coast from Oregon to San Francisco and then as a whaler in Alaska. She retired in 1977, returning to her place of christening, but sank in the Rogue River in 1985. She has remained here ever since near the Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge.