Photograph of a view of Mount Hood beyond a town in Oregon, [s.d.]. A community of buildings is visible at center, including what appears to be a church. A body of water, possibly a river, can be seen across center. The house in the left foreground has a covered patio, while pine trees can also be seen in the foreground. Trees continue into the background up to a snowy mountain peak in the distance.; "Mount Hood (45.4N, 121.7W) is the tallest mountain in Oregon (11,237 feet, 3,426 m) and popular with skiers, hikers, and climbers. It is 45 miles (75 km) east-southeast of Portland, Oregon. Mount Hood is a stratovolcano made of lava flows, domes, and volcaniclastic deposits. Most of the volcano is andesite composition. The main cone of Mount Hood formed about 500,000 years ago. In the last 15,000 years the volcano has had four eruptive periods. During the most recent eruptive period, 250-180 years ago, lava domes collapsed and produced numerous pyroclastic flows and lahars, which buried the southwest flank of the mountain. Crater Rock, a prominent rocky pinnacle just below the summit, is the most recent lava dome. Similar eruptions in the future pose the greatest risk to communities on the flank of the volcano." -- unknown author.