Families and children
Found in 154 Collections and/or Records:
A Visit to the "Central Park" in the summer of 1863. No. 1102. The Cave. [Boy stands at entrance of cave, looking in. Park construction began in late 1850s, completed in 1873. Photo by Tho C. Roche. Lawrence & Houseworth embossed on card. See below., 1863
1863 park commissioners listed on back of photo.]
Albertha Thomas of Deering. CLA: Nedrovorook the "Still Lake." This girl spelled her lesson thru months without missing a word. misspelling., undated
Scenes of Eugene and campus taken by the son of a faculty member (Straub), and dating from between 1900-1902. Many appear in 1901 and 1903 yearbook, The Webfoot.
[Album of contact prints showing Washington mountains, Forest Service, pack trains, and McCullough family.], not yet assigned
[Album of index to negatives: Washington mountains, Forest Service, pack trains, and McCullough family.], not yet assigned
[Album of photos and text of trips 1957-1966, showing Washington mountains, Forest Service, pack trains, and McCullough family.], 1957-1966
Attlin, B.C. [View across valley to town. Hazel Hartshorn climbing tree in foreground. Loose print.], 1899-1900
Several men and children are standing on the wooden sidewalk in front of the building.
Ben F. Evans, Wainwright Teacher and little daughter. CLA: Ben Evans attended the University of Oregon, 1902-3. Later was at Point Barrow, Alaska., undated
[Biddle family photos, including Civil War General Henry J. Biddle, and 7th Cavalry officer J. Williams Biddle, and three views of sculptured bust of a young girl.], 1917
John Adrian Rademaker and his sister, Annie Cornelia Rademaker, 1324 South L. St., Tacoma, demonstrating the Washington Car Lifter. There are 2 copies.
Buddy and Bobby Allen taken just outside our fence [Two young children with building in background.], 1922-1925
[Card file index to negatives showing subjects and camera points: Washington mountains, Forest Service, pack trains, and McCullough family.], not yet assigned
Exterior view. Students are lined up around the edge of the building, and some are sitting in the windows on the second story.