Found in 190 Collections and/or Records:
2nd to this end in bunkhouse where I stayed 1 mo. 20 beds in each? Aug. 17-Sept 14 1935. [Bunkhouses with Jeeps parked in front along street.], 1935 Aug-Sep
25-35 Cu Yds dirt- 16 wheels- each tire $250. [Large container of dirt set on top 16 tires. Man with back to camera.], not yet assigned
61 8-18-36 Bonneville Dam. [Panorama of men working on dam construction, on area between 2 berms.], 1936 Aug 18
1936 Summer trip up Col. To Bonneville. [Sternwheeler headed up Columbia with passengers on board.], 1936
Album 1, with inscription on inside cover "Engineer Frank Reese, Denny, John___ Photos Portland OR__", circa 1910-1912
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 automobile trip through Eastern Oregon, with scenes of Columbia Gorge and Crater Lake. "Postal Souvenirs" binding.], 1910 c
Crater Lake, Klamath Marsh, Williamson River?, trip through Eastern Oregon. See logs, Box 1 (mss. Coll) [Note, source unidentified.]
[Album of contact prints showing Washington mountains, Forest Service, pack trains, and McCullough family.], not yet assigned
[Album of hunting trip to Alaska (Wrangell, Stikeen River, Telegraph Harbor) with hunting camps, bag of moose and caribou, and scenery. "Souvenir Postals" binder.], 1912
Alaska, Wrangell, up the Stikine River to Telegraph Hbr 1912; Hunting trip 1912? See log in box 1; H.J. Biddle & Spencer, guide, packer & cook. [Note, source unidentified.]
[Album of index to negatives: Washington mountains, Forest Service, pack trains, and McCullough family.], not yet assigned
[Album of postcards and photos of Beacon Rock, including construction of Biddle's engineered hiking path to top. Five Weister photos show group climbing, probably Mazamas.], 1917
Beacon or Castle Rock is a Gorge landmark that Biddle purchased to preserve. He engineered a hiking path to the top. Now a state park of Washington. Biddle is descended from Lewis & Clark editor, Nicholas Biddle, and he campaigned to restore the name appl
[Album of scenic views of Crater Lake and vicinity, and Palm Springs desert with saguaro cacti. Some images duplicated in other albums.], 1922-1925
[Album of scenic views of Three-Finger Jack, Mt. Jefferson, Warm Springs, Ketchum, Wasco Lake, Suttle Lake, Blue Lake.], 1919-1921
Mt. Jefferson 7/20/19; Wasco Lake; Three Finger Jack 8/20; Box Canyon, Warm Springs, 10/20; Galena Summit, North Ketchum, Idaho, 10/28/20; Suttle Lake and Blue Lake, 5/30/21. [Note, Source unknown.]
[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.]
"Album of sixteen views of Eugene and the University of Oregon," published by Pacific Novelty of San Francisco, c. 1915.
Marie J. Andrews was a University of Oregon alumna. The collection includes three photo albums created by Marie J. Andrews depicting University of Oregon student class trips to Hawaii and Alaska on cruise ships, as well as University of Oregon buildings.
The collection consists of one photograph album of A.J. Balliet— judge, attorney and miner—from Rampart City, Alaska, 1898-1902. People, structures, and activities including mining and construction. Primarily gelatin prints; one cyanotype.
Before last pour on 85 ft. deck on South side. [Elmer, Walt Johnson and Bill standing on concrete forms.], not yet assigned
Henry J. Biddle (1862-1928) was an engineer and an amateur botanist. The collection consists of diaries, trip logs, account books, correspondence, manuscripts, sketch and survey maps, and photograph prints and albums.
cloth bound album