Baker City, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Baker City, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. Bertha Townley, with her Doll Carriage - Hazeltine

    Bertha Townley, with her Doll Carriage - c. 1889

    Bertha Townley, of Weiser, Idaho, here proudly shows off her doll and carriage in a formal portrait created in Hazeltine's Baker City, Oregon studio. Learn More
  2. First Baker City Depot - Hazeltine

    First Baker City Depot - c. 1885

    A crowd has gathered - perhaps for the arrival of a dignitary - in this early photo of the first Baker City Depot, built in about 1884, the year the Oregon Railway and Navigation Company's trains reached Baker City from the west. Learn More
  3. High Fashion in Baker City - Hazeltine

    High Fashion in Baker City - 1890s

    There was plenty of fashion in Baker City in the 1890s, and Martin Hazeltine, the photographer, was sophisticated enough to capture it for us. Learn More
  4. Main Street at Court Avenue, Baker City - Culver Pictures

    Main Street at Court Avenue, Baker City - 1899

    This highly detailed view by an unknown photographer of a block in downtown Baker City shows the sophistication of the local architecture at that time. Learn More
  5. Overview of Baker City - Hazeltine

    Overview of Baker City - c. 1895

    This detailed overview of Baker City was created by Martin M. Hazeltine, who maintained a studio there from 1885 until his death in 1903. Learn More
  6. Panorama of Baker City from Old Reservoir Hill

    Panorama of Baker City from Old Reservoir Hill - c. 1895

    This early town view of Baker City is taken facing west towards the Elkhorn Mountains, with downtown buildings in the distant center. Learn More

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