Found in 188 Collections and/or Records:
This album contains formal portraits of about seventy officers of the Spruce Production Division. Where known the name of the photography studio that took the photo is listed following the name of the officer.
Official US Army photographs. [Spruce Production Division, US Army Air Service Aircraft Production album. Incl. Warren ], 1918
This album is made up mostly of photographs produced by A.M. Prentiss and Gifford & Prentiss Inc. The A.M. Prentiss photos are from both series of images he did, the smaller 6 ½” x 8 ¼” prints and the larger 8” x 10” prints. Therefore, the letter “P” has been added to the photo numbers of the larger images to distinguish them from his series of smaller prints.
one of two moving head towers of hi-line 90' high- cable +3"dia. [High line and building underneath, man standing on tracks leading to building.], not yet assigned
The collection consists of an album of depicting a family farm in Oregon.
The collection consists of an album of 72 photograph postcards from the early 20th century, primarily of Oregon rodeos including Pendleton Roundup, Silver Lake, Prineville, and Lakeview. Includes photos of Peggy Warren, Jackson Sundown, George Fletcher, Princess Red Bird, Mabel Strickland, and Fox Hastings.
The collection consists of one album produced by the Oregon State Motor Association in 1929. Nine images of petroglyphs near Roosevelt, Washington, with interpretations from Bureau of Ethnology and Professor Mallery. The photographer is unknown.
The collection consists of one album of 47 copy prints of trolleys and trains, mostly in Oregon. Crews, lines, depots and other related subjects. Many identified in captions. Many Angelus photos; other photographers not identified. 1910-1948.
The collection consists of four albums of forest rangers at work in Oregon and Washington, 1908-1915.
Our crew working on Fishway Bridge May 1936. [Sandbags on ground in front of construction of Fishway bridge.], 1936 May
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.
Collection is comprised of a single photograph album containing 75 black and white photographs of street cars, trolleys, and service locomotives operated by the Portland Traction Company in the late 1940's.
Rodger Schaefer was a student at Oregon State University who worked at Oregon Caves in 1948-1950. The album consists of snapshots of Schaefer's co-workers and the vicinity, group portraits, and commercial tourist images of the Caves area. There are also several documents related to his employment.
Dr. and Mrs. Albert L. Shelton were Christian missionaries in Tibet. The collection consist of literary manuscripts, tearsheets, and notes that reflect their career as missionaries.
The collection consists of one album of Shevlin-Hixson logging operations in Bend, including men and women mill workers, mill, kitchen and dining hall, and logging and milling equipment.