United States -- Oregon -- Lane County (Or.) -- Eugene (Or.)
Found in 275 Collections and/or Records:
Five men standing at the bottom of the stairs to a building. The men are identified as : T.G. Hendricks, J. Matlock, J.H. McClung, J. Luckey, and Dave Lakin.
1901 graduates of the University of Oregon, including Leila Straub, sister of the photographer, c. 1901
View of the Hall of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) White Temple, East 9th, NW corner Oak. Designed in 1909 by John Hunzicker.
Strut upper left. View of log pond and mills.
Strut lower right. View of log pond, quarry, and river.
Studio portrait of Alberta S. McMurphy posed in row boat with flowers and an umbrella. F.A. Rankin photo.
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 sixteen views of Eugene and the University of Oregon," published by Pacific Novelty of San Francisco, c. 1915.
View of two men in an Alfalfa field near Eugene. Photograph taken at John Davis' place, Coburg road.
Studio portrait by Frank A. Rankin of Eugene City.
Several men and children are standing on the wooden sidewalk in front of the building.
[Bend on Willamette River at Judkins Point, Eugene, OR. Railroad tracks along river; man standing on fence along road in foreground.], 1921-11
B.F. Scott [Benjamin Franklin Scott (1868-?), portrait printed in music store catalog.], not yet assigned
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.
View of the Booth-Kelly Mills lumber mill yard, Springfield, Oregon. The first Booth-Kelly mill was built in Springfield in 1902. It burned in 1911 and was rebuilt, closing briefly during the depression. The company was bought out by Georgia Pacific in 1959. Mounted on board.