Scenery and landscape
Found in 452 Collections and/or Records:
Old Ruckel Portage on the Oregon side just above Booneville. Eagle Creek. Mule-drawn cars. [View of railway along river.], 1867
View of the steam boats "City of Eugene" and "Grey Eagle" on the Willamette River in Salem, Oregon. Credit Lane County Hist. Society (Negative at Datson Photo Shop). The photo has the stamp Alfred L. Lomax 1976 Onyx Street Eugene, Oregon.
One of the first farms at Fairbanks. Haystacks in foreground, farm buildings behind. CLA: Fairbanks on the South [Attrib. changed to wife of L.E. Robertson], 1905
Oregon City Clackamas County, Oregon. [View from across river to shore, framed by illustrations of downtown buildings and businesses.], 1858
Pack train on way to Dawson. [Man poses with six laden mules and horses. Structures and mountain in background.], 1899-1900
Perspective view of Shoshone Agency, Fort Washakie, and bluffs in the distance. [Signed H.F. Vollentine. Back has imprint of M.D. Houghton, photographer, of Rawlins, WY.], 1880-1884
Photographs taken by Mrs. A.K. Hartshorn during the Klondyke gold excitement. [Album and loose prints.], 1899-1900
Florence M. Hartshorn was a Seattle resident.
Picturesque Manila. [Commercial album by G.W. Peters, Sept. 1898, by Chofre & Co. publishers of Manila, with loose images of officers and grave site. Inscribed by Harry Boutelle, son of Frazier, who was killed in Manila.], 1898
View of the campus of the University of Oregon, looking southwest. Deady and Villard are visible through the trees.
View of two people in an automobile motoring on a dirt road along the banks of the Willamette River.
Portage Road between The Dalles & Celilo, 1867. [View of train heading east on trestle on shore. Men standing on cars.], 1867
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. [View from across river to Portland shore, framed by illustrations of downtown buildings and businesses.], 1858
Reindeer herder's camp, near Kivalina. Camp in foreground, rolling hills with snow in background. CLA: Onalik's herd, undated
Picture Taken at a height of 2000 feet on the mountain side. Resurresction Bay was named by the Russians in the old days. There is a huge rock about 900 feet high at the south entrance at the right of the picture. (This may be Copper River instead of the
Skinner's Butte is at the left.