Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
[Album of views of Biddle homes (int. & ext.) in Washington; Columbia Gorge; early Portland; mine; and construction of Biddle's Butte road (clipping enclosed.) Edgewood & Lakeview.], 1897
Columbia Grove, H.J. Biddle house, Edgewood, Lakeview, early Portland, 1890. [Note, source unidentified.]
View across unpaved street to clapboard house, with man and woman in front, buggy at curb. Storefront at left. Location identified as 10th and Willamette streets.
[Charlie, Mollie and three children in carriage in front of Scott home in Eugene, High St. near 3rd.], 1903
[Charlie, Mollie and three children in carriage in front of Scott home in Eugene, High St. near 3rd. Offprint of two other images on mat verso.], 1903
Detail Sandycrest Terraces Portland, Oregon 563-1 4828-l 1/12/48. [Front door of 5590 and 5588 sections of Sandycrest.], 1948 Jan 12
Detail, Sandycrest Terraces Portland, Oregon 563-3 4828-K 1/12/48. [Close up of single section of two-story brick building.], 1948 Jan 12
Back signed "Luella Clay Carson," and has offprint of portrait of man. Carson was UO Dean of Women.
West of Skinner's Butte; shows Lincoln High School.
Exterior view of wood sided home built by Tirrell Hunter. First house built by Tirrell Hunter, building contractors. On board backing.
View of Queen Anne cottage with large tree beside, Eugene, Oregon. Mounted on a display card signed R. A. Rankin, Eugene City, Oregon. Frank A. Rankin was a commercial photographer active in the Eugene area 1880-1891. Bought out the studio of A.L. Jackson.
View of the exterior of a large, unidentified wooden frame home with boardwalk in front. Probabaly the Delta Delta Delta house.
View over snow-covered Eugene from Skinner's Butte, looking south. Shelton-McMurphy house is in foreground.
[Main Street bridge, Bowman's photo studio, and Umatilla County library, Pendleton, about 1920. Divided postcard.], 1920 c
The group posed on the porch; all named including Prince Lucien Campbell, UO president.
View of a residential street, looking down the sidewalk, with a streetcar on one side of the street and houses on the other side.
Officers quarters, Fort Grant, Arizona Territory [Exterior view of Mansard-roofed residences. White boy and girl stand in yard.], 1868-1871 c
Old house built in 1670 in Newport, Rhode Island. [Wanton Lyman Hazard House, with lengthy annotation.], 1900s circa
View of a three-storey Tudor style residence from the street. In 1915, this housed the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
View of a large residence from the street. The building stood at 341 East Eleventh. The former Tobey home in 1913, it housed the Beth Reah sorority which in 1915 became the still extant Alpha Pi.
[People posed in front of large house. Possibly a Witt residence, relatives of Miller family], 1920s circa
View of two storey, wood-sided house at 11th and Patterson, Eugene, Oregon.