Transportation—Horses, donkeys, and mules
Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:
88 miles in, 71.5 min. [Cavalry group posed in front of single-story building, same as PH119-023. "Baum" penciled on back.], 1870s-1890s
[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 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
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.
Cavalry company. [Mounted group posed at Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1894. Poley's Perfection Views, Great Rock Island Route.], 1894
[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
Chelan County, Washington. Group of White Fir with fringe of reproduction in a half circle about it, 1904 Sep 11
J. H. (John Henry or Heine) Christ edited a book regarding the recollections of a Pony Express Rider, Isaac Van Dorsey Mossman, who worked for the Pony Express in the mid 1800s. The collection (1954-1955) contains manuscript and research material, correspondence, photographs, and publicity.
City & Suburban Railway car barn. In foreground are car #51, built in 1891, and a horse car. [More specs and company history on back.], 1910 c.?
Copper River Trail Valdez to Fairbanks. CLA: Changed teams every 20 miles. Sometimes made 60 miles per day. Mr. Andrews upper right. Driver was a Montana cowboy who became a stage driver in Alaska., undated
[Crew working five-horse team in rocky field. Team pulls a two-man vehicle that may be a grade, with an African-American worker. One-horse gig parked nearby. Railroad construction series.], 1904-1908
Crossing Fire Hole River, September 28, 1890. [Wagon drawn by four mules, three being ridden.], 1890 Sep 28
Cutting oats for hay on Kinsinger Ranch, four miles from Mantanuska. Horse-drawn combine. CLA: Matanuska Valley, Farming along the Alaskan Railroad, 1918 Oct 5
Man with horse drawn wagon full of berries. Wagon is on dirt street next to a picket fence. A boy stands behind the fence. Mounted on black paper.