United States -- Oregon -- Lane County (Or.) -- Eugene (Or.)
Found in 275 Collections and/or Records:
[Framed tinted tintype studio portrait of man with mustache. Probably a brother of Charlie Scott, also seen in PH198_17.], 1860s-1890s
Frank Wetherbee House, 650 E. 11th Ave. [razed], circa 1909-1929
Geary School, Eugene, Oregon.
Exterior, Fourth and Madison streets. Postcard is marked as "Published for E. Schwarzschild, Eugene, Ore. Made in Germany by M. Rieder, Los Angeles."
Geary School, one of three Eugene public schools, built 1890 and named for a UO regent, located at 4th and Madison, c. 1901
General Hospital, Eugene, Oregon., c. 1910
View of the General Hospital, Eugene, Oregon. The hospital was located on College Hill.
George Paramie's [?] 521, Springfield, Oregon., c. 1910
Man seated at desk with telephone. He wears Homburg hat and three-piece suit with upright collar, and holds letterhead. Linen grained print.
Georgia V. Howe, 1906, 1906
Griggs Home, 11th Street near Pearl and High. , 1906
Exterior view of wood sided home built by Tirrell Hunter. First house built by Tirrell Hunter, building contractors. On board backing.
Group of young women, possibly a sorority, on a wagon decorated as a parade float, c. 1901
Group photo., 1902
Large group of men and one little girl pose against large public building. Several men hold bibles. Ben Dorris, "one of the founders of the U of O," is indicated at center, an elderly man. Gift of Mabel McClain, 1944.
Studio portrait of nine women, including, Alberta Shelton [McMurphey] and Rose Midgley [Hollenback]. On board backing.
H.C. Howe, probably 1932 [Standing on athletic field], 1932
Hendricks Park, Eugene, Oregon. , c. 1910
View of a path in Hendricks Park. Signed "CLH", possibly Clarence L. Huntingon, Portland 1898-1903.
Herbert C. Howe, probably 1903 [Portrait, 2 copies], 1903
High School, Eugene, Oregon, c. 1920s
View of Central High School at 11th & Olive.
Home, Eugene, Oregon., c. 1910
View of Queen Anne cottage with large tree beside, Eugene, Oregon. Mounted on a display card signed R. A. Rankin, Eugene City, Oregon. Frank A. Rankin was a commercial photographer active in the Eugene area 1880-1891. Bought out the studio of A.L. Jackson.
Hope Abbey Mausoleum, 26th Ave & University St. [built and survives], circa 1909-1929
Hotel Osborne, on Pearl St., Eugene., unknown
Hotel Osburn., c. 1911
Exterior; church at right.
Hotel Osburn, Eugene, Oregon, c. 1920s
View of a large brick building in downtown Eugene, no longer extant.
[Individual studio portraits of Alfred and Ruth Brattain on dual studio mount with blind stamp.], 1905 Apr
Intentional double exposure of bench with Leila Straub and a young man, possibly Vincent Straub, c. 1901
[Interior of a bar], c. 1910
Shows a bartender and a patron. Mounted on black board backing.
Interior of S. H. Friendly Store, Eugene, Oregon., c. 1910
Interior view of a dry goods mercantile located at 594 Willamette. Sam H. Friendly was an active supporter of the city and the University of Oregon, and a Eugene street is named for him. Mounted on white backing.
I.O.O.F. Hall, Eugene, Oregon., 1909
View of the "new" hall of the Independent Order of Oddfellows (I.O.O.F.) at 8th and Willamette. Designed in 1909 by John Hunzicker. Photographed by Oscar Hemenway. Oscar E. Hemenway was a commercial photographer who resided in the Eugene area 1909-1911. He was also a professor of botany at the University.
I.O.O.F. Hall, Eugene, Oregon., 1909
View of the hall of the Independent Order of Oddfellows (I.O.O.F.) at 8th and Willamette. Designed in 1909 by John Hunzicker. There are several men with bicycles in front of the building. Photographed by Oscar Hemenway. Very poor condition. Oscar E. Hemenway was a commercial photographer who resided in the Eugene area 1909-1911.
Junior High School, 1366 Olive St. [razed], circa 1909-1929
Landscape of bare trees and cloudy sky, c. 1901
Lane County Court House, c. 1920s
View of a brick building with a tall clock tower. Another building is in the foreground. The courthouse sat at the junction of Eighth Street and Oak.