Mount Hood - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Mount Hood - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. 1913 Packard Runabout on the Way to Mt. Hood

    1913 Packard Runabout on the Way to Mt. Hood

    The joys of a wintertime ride to Mount Hood, as well as the details of a classic 1913 Packard, are well conveyed by this well-made photo by an unknown photographer. Learn More
  2. A Storm on the Summit

    A Storm on the Summit - c. 1910

    Beautiful clouds arch over the summit of Mt. Hood in an early photo of climbers approaching the summit. One climber towards the right appears to be sitting down, just taking it all in. Learn More
  3. Above the Clouds, Summit of Mt. Hood - Weister

    Above the Clouds, Summit of Mt. Hood - c. 1915

    Clouds can be seen below the climbers in this scene captured by photographer Weister with his bulky glass plate camera. Learn More
  4. An Old Hunting Cabin Near Mt. Hood - Indahl

    An Old Hunting Cabin Near Mt. Hood - c. 1905

    This photo by photographer Olaf Indahl was taken in the Welches area, near where Indahl's family also had a cabin. Learn More
  5. Arriving at the Summit of Mount Hood - Patterson

    Arriving at the Summit of Mount Hood - 1910s

    Two women and two men arrive at the summit of Mt. Hood on a beautiful day. Learn More
  6. At Great Crevasse, Mount Hood

    At Great Crevasse, Mount Hood - c. 1900

    This early photo features one of many places on Mount Hood that can make a climber feel really small. Learn More
  7. At the Summit of Mount Hood

    At the Summit of Mount Hood - c. 1900

    A lone climber ponders the way he has just come, in this early photo of the summit of Mt. Hood. Learn More
  8. Cabins at Cloud Cap Inn, Mt. Hood

    Cabins at Cloud Cap Inn, Mt. Hood - c. 1900

    Cloud Cap Inn was opened on the north side of Mt. Hood in 1889, a project of William S. Ladd and C.E.S. Wood. These cabins were built at the front of the main Inn. Learn More
  9. Cloud Cap Inn and Mt. Hood

    Cloud Cap Inn and Mt. Hood - c. 1895

    Opened in 1889, Cloud Cap Inn was built on the north side of Mt. Hood at the 6,000 foot level - about the same level as today's Timberline Lodge. Learn More
  10. Cloudcap Inn and Mt. Hood - Eddy

    Cloud Cap Inn and Mt. Hood - c. 1935

    Mount Hood is definitely the focus of this image by Ralph Eddy, though some details of Cloud Cap Inn can be clearly seen in the lower left. Learn More
  11. Cloud Cap Inn, Mt. Hood - Keystone Views

    Cloud Cap Inn, Mt. Hood - c. 1900

    A group of visitors demonstrate appropriate mountain attire while visiting Cloud Cap Inn on the northeast flank of Mount Hood. Learn More
  12. Coe Glacier at Barrett Spur, Mt. Hood - Partridge

    Coe Glacier at Barrett Spur, Mt. Hood - c. 1885

    This early view about 2000 below the summit of Mt. Hood was taken by William H. Partridge, an Oregon photographer responsible for many boudoir cards - 4 1/2 by 8 inch card-mounted photos that were very popular in the 1880s. Learn More
  13. Crevasses and Ice Pinnacles on Eliot Glacier, Mount Hood - Weister

    Crevasses and Ice Pinnacles on Eliot Glacier, Mount Hood - c. 1912

    Three climbers survey a deep crevasse in this view of climbing Mount Hood a hundred years ago. Learn More
  14. Crossing the Crevasse at Crater Rock, Mt. Hood - Reck

    Crossing the Crevasse at Crater Rock, Mt. Hood - 1916

    The second of two photos showing a climbing party crossing a crevasse, the guide here is answering a question from Norma Reck, daughter of the photographer. Learn More
  15. Eliot Glacier, Mount Hood

    Eliot Glacier, Mount Hood - c. 1895

    This circa 1895 photo shows a much larger Eliot Glacier than we see today, especially at the lower end. Learn More
  16. FDR Rides Past Mount Hood on Way to Timberline Lodge Dedication

    FDR Rides Past Mount Hood on Way to Timberline Lodge Dedication - 1937

    The caption of this news photo reads, "Bundled up against the chill autumn air, President Roosevelt, accompanied by Mrs. Roosevelt and Gov. Charles Martin of Oregon drives past the fir clad slopes of Mt. Hood, towering behind them." Learn More
  17. Truck at Government Camp Hotel, Mt. Hood

    First Truck of the Season Arrives at Government Camp - 1919

    This one-ton Chevrolet truck with a full load made it to Government Camp on April 1, 1919, enabled by an 11-man crew, who spent 10 days digging through snow to travel the last nine miles. Learn More
  18. Government Camp Hotel, Mt. Hood

    Government Camp Hotel, Mt. Hood - c. 1925

    Built in 1910 as an expansion to the original 1899 Mountain View House seen to its right, the Government Camp Hotel was for years the main source of lodging for visitors to Mount Hood. Learn More
  19. Government Camp, South Side Mt. Hood

    Government Camp, South Side Mt. Hood - c. 1935

    Looking east down old Highway 26 in Government Camp, we see the Battle Axe Inn in the left foreground, Battle Axe Recreation Hall behind it, and Hill's Place across the road on the right. Learn More
  20. Hill's Place, Government Camp, Mount Hood

    Hill's Place, Government Camp, Mount Hood - c. 1935

    Looking west down old Highway 26 in Government Camp, we see Hill's Place on the left, and the Battle Axe Recreation Hall on the right. Behind the recreation hall, across the highway from Hill's Place, is the Battle Axe Inn. Learn More
  21. Hood River Bridge - Eddy

    Hood River Bridge - 1926

    The Hood River Bridge is the second oldest bridge built across the Columbia between Oregon and Washington, having been completed in 1924, shortly before this photo was created. Learn More
  22. Hood River Valley and Mt. Hood - Cross & Dimmitt

    Hood River Valley and Mt. Hood - c. 1921

    The full title of the original hand-colored print for this image was "Hood River Valley. Home of the Famous Hood River Apple, and Mount Hood". Learn More
  23. Hood River Valley in Blossom - Eddy

    Hood River Valley in Blossom - 1922

    Ralph Eddy created a number of views looking through Hood River Valley orchards towards Mt. Hood, and a few looking the other way towards Mt. Adams. Learn More
  24. Hunting on Mount Hood - Indahl

    Hunting on Mount Hood - c. 1905

    In this companion photo to the riverside hunting photo in Related Photos below, two of the same men are making their way up a mountain path somewhere near Welches on the south side of Mt. Hood. Learn More
  25. Hunting on the Salmon River at Mt. Hood - Indahl

    Hunting on the Salmon River at Mt. Hood - c. 1905

    This hundred-year-old photo shows three relatives of Olaf Indahl, a photographer featured on this site, from a print we are attributing to Indahl himself. Learn More
  26. Interior of Cloud Cap Inn, Mt. Hood - White

    Interior of Cloud Cap Inn, Mt. Hood - 1905

    Built in 1889 on Mount Hood's northeast shoulder, Cloud Cap Inn was reached by railroad from Hood River, and then a several hour stagecoach ride. It was designed by the same firm that designed the Forestry Building for the Lewis and Clark Exposition in 1905. Learn More
  27. Looking East along the Summit of Mt. Hood - Patterson

    Looking East along the Summit of Mt. Hood - 1910s

    This is the breath-taking view that awaited Mt. Hood climbers in the 1910s, and still awaits them today. Learn More
  28. Looking North across Pasture towards Mt. Hood - Partridge

    Looking North across Pasture towards Mt. Hood - c. 1885

    This early photo of Mt. Hood from the south was taken by William H. Partridge during his short career in Oregon in the 1880s, before he headed back to the east coast. Learn More
  29. Looking North from the Summit of Mt. Hood - White

    Looking North from the Summit of Mt. Hood - 1905

    One of the rewards of a long climb - the view from the rocky summit of Mount Hood. Learn More
  30. Looking Over East Portland Towards Mt. Hood - Hale

    Looking Over East Portland Towards Mt. Hood - 1898

    Part of a series of Portland views created by Hale, this scene looks east towards Mt Hood, over the growing industrial area in southeast Portland. Learn More
  31. Looking over Oregon City toward Mt. Hood - Cheney

    Looking over Oregon City towards Mt. Hood - c. 1896

    This long view of Oregon City is unusual in that is shows the farms and buildings on the upper bluff, as well as downtown near the river. Learn More
  32. Looking Over Timberline Lodge Towards Mt. Jefferson - Eddy

    Looking Over Timberline Lodge Towards Mt. Jefferson - c. 1940

    From behind Timberline Lodge, completed a couple years before this photo, we can see clearly to Mt. Jefferson, about fifty miles to the south. Learn More
  33. Lower Serac, at Mount Hood - Patterson

    Lower Serac, at Mount Hood - 1910s

    A young woman pauses at Lower Serac, while climbing Mount Hood. Learn More
  34. Mount Hood - Detroit Photographic Company

    Mount Hood - 1898

    This 1898 photochrom view of Mt. Hood demonstrates an early way to mass produce color photographs. Learn More
  35. Mount Hood - Photo of a Painting - Berntstein's Art Store

    Mount Hood - Photo of a Painting - c. 1898

    In the late 1800s, one popular way to offer affordable copies of paintings was to photograph them and distribute boudoir cards of them. This one was distributed by Bernstein's Art Store in Portland. Learn More
  36. Mount Hood from Government Camp - Ralph Gifford

    Mount Hood from Government Camp - c. 1920

    The original for this view is signed "R G", with the "G" being the distinctive Gifford style; thus I'm attributing it to Ralph Gifford. Learn More
  37. Mount Hood from Larch Mountain - Clarence L. Winter
  38. Mount Hood from Lost Lake - Clarence Winter

    Mount Hood from Lost Lake - c. 1918

    This print is recreated from a large (23 inch wide) hand-tinted photograph, signed in the image by Winter Photo Co. Learn More
  39. Mount Hood from the East - Buchtel

    Mount Hood from the East - c. 1873

    There are thousands of photos of Mt. Hood. This is one of the earlier ones, taken by pioneer photographer Joseph Buchtel in about 1873. Learn More
  40. Mount Hood's First Chairlift

    Mount Hood's First Chairlift - circa 1939

    Timberline Lodge's first chairlift, the Magic Mile, opened in late 1939 - almost two years after the lodge itself. (The original rope tow stayed in service for several years.) Learn More
  41. Mount Hood, on an Icy Morning - Hickam

    Mount Hood, on an Icy Morning - 1912

    William Hickam, who copyrighted this view, was known more as a jeweler and watch repairman than a photographer. Learn More
  42. Mount Hood, South Side

    Mount Hood, South Side - circa 1895

    This crisp view of Mount Hood from the south was created by an unknown photographer in about 1895. Learn More
  43. Mountains of Ice - Eliot Glacier at Mt. Hood - White

    Mountains of Ice -- Eliot Glacier on Mt. Hood - 1905

    A lone climber experiences what it's like to feel small, standing near the ice blocks of Eliot Glacier. Learn More
  44. Mt. Hood from a Distant Lake, with Swans - Meiser

    Mt. Hood from a Distant Lake, with Swans - 1902

    Reproduced from a 1902 glass negative by Jesse A. Meiser, this photo features a pair of swans on an unknown lake, with Mt. Hood in the background. Learn More
  45. Mount Hood from Lost Lake - Detroit Photographic Co.

    Mt. Hood from Lost Lake - 1900

    Reminding us of the color palette of an Eliza Barchus painting, this photochrom print of Mount Hood showcases the reflective qualities of Lost Lake. Learn More
  46. Mt. Hood from Lost Lake - Cross and Dimmitt

    Mt. Hood from Lost Lake - c. 1921

    This hand-tinted print and some others on this site were initially sold as part of an album titled "The Columbia River Highway, American's Greatest Scenic Drive". Learn More
  47. Mt. Hood from Portland West Hill - Hale

    Mt. Hood from Portland West Hills - c. 1896

    Part of a series of town views of Portland created by photographer Herbert A. Hale, this view looks across the western end of downtown towards snow-covered Mt. Hood. Learn More
  48. Mt. Hood from Portland, Oregon - Davidson

    Mt. Hood from Portland, Oregon - c. 1855

    This is a photograph by Davidson, made about 1888, of a painting by an unknown artist dating from about 1855. Davidson created a number of scenic boudoir cards that were photos of paintings from earlier decades. Learn More
  49. Mt. Hood from Shore of Lost Lake - Ralph Eddy

    Mt. Hood from Shore of Lost Lake - c. 1927

    This classic image is recreated from a postcard negative that was apparently never published, taken by Ralph Eddy in about 1927. Learn More
  50. Mt. Hood from the Columbia River - Detroit Photographic Co.

    Mt. Hood from the Columbia River - 1901

    A pastoral scene that has everything -- flowers, water, animals, trees, a steamboat and mountain, and color, courtesy of the newly developed photochrom process. Learn More

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