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Commercial photography

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

B.L. (Byron) Aldrich photographs

 Collection — Multiple collection box [PH 197] 1: [Barcode: 35025042278297]
Identifier: PH 197

B.L. (Byron) Aldrich was a photographer in the early 20th century active in Washington and Oregon. The collection consists of 36 panoramas, 23 of Oregon lumber companies during the 1950s, and 13 of Jantzen Beach Ammusment Park taken in 1934.

Dates: 1934, 1950-1959

B. B. Bakowski photographs

 Collection — Photo box 1: [Barcode: 35025042281119]
Identifier: PH 200_021

B. B. Bakowski ( -1911) was a noted postcard photographer from Central Oregon, who disappeared during a blizzard at Crater Lake. He also marketed his work as Oregon Art Co. The collection consists of eleven postcards dating from c. 1890s-1910s, showing Wallowa, Enterprise, and the Kelley creek viaduct.

Dates: 1890-1919

Edward and William Partridge photographs

Identifier: PH 245

Edward J. Partridge (1856-1891) and his brother, William H. Partridge (1860-1939), were important photographers active in Oregon, Alaska, and San Francisco. The Edward and William Partridge photographs collection consists of fifty-two original images taken by photographers employed by the Partridge Studio sometime between 1870 and 1900.

Dates: circa 1870s-1900s

C.S. Reaves photo postcard collection

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 35025041814373]
Identifier: PH 200_247

C.S. Reaves was a commerical photographer from Tacoma, Washington active in the Pacific Northwest in the early 20th century. The C.S. Reaves photo postcard collection contains landscapes of Oregon and Washington State, primarily the Columbia River Highway.

Dates: circa 1911-1930

George Weister photograph album

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 35025041814274]
Identifier: PH 203_017

The George Weister photograph album collection contains 36 images by noted Portland photographer George Weister, showing Astoria, Oregon and vicinity circa 1910.

Dates: circa 1910