Clatsop County, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Clatsop County, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. 1883 Astoria Fire - Crow

    1883 Astoria Fire

    This boudoir card image by Astoria photographer Samuel B. Crow shows downtown Astoria, looking up river, in the aftermath of the devastating 1883 fire. Learn More
  2. Arch Cape Hotel, Oregon Coast - Bartels

    Arch Cape Hotel, Oregon Coast - c. 1907

    Arch Cape was already a tourist destination in 1907. This view shows one of its finer hotels, with the owners ready to serve you. Learn More
  3. Astoria, Looking East - John F. Ford

    Astoria, Looking East - 1901

    From the wooden planks in the streets to the barges in the harbor, this view by photographer John F. Ford shows lots of detail. Learn More
  4. Astoria, Looking East - Crow

    Astoria, Looking East - c. 1887

    We are looking east down Commercial Street, in this detailed photo of Astoria created by Samuel Crow in about 1887. Learn More
  5. Astoria, Looking East - Bratt

    Astoria, Looking East - c. 1894

    Photographer James Bratt worked in Astoria from 1893 to 1895, allowing us to date this photo accurately. Standing on the hill he captured a detailed view of Astoria's downtown. Learn More
  6. Astoria, Looking East Towards Downtown - Meiser

    Astoria, Looking East Towards Downtown - c. 1900

    Looking down Commercial Street towards the east, this view can be studied almost endlessly due to its great amount of detail, and thus it lends itself to larger prints which do it justice. Learn More
  7. Astoria, Oregon, After the 1883 Fire

    Astoria, Oregon, After the 1883 Fire

    Two major fires have occurred in Astoria, in 1883 and 1922. This photo shows the aftermath of the earlier 1883 fire. Learn More
  8. Camping at Gearhart Park - Gardiner

    Camping at Gearhart Park - c. 1894

    We're looking at a well-developed campsite at Gearhart Park, known as the first planned resort community in Oregon, begun in 1890. Learn More
  9. Father and Daughter, Astoria - Crow

    Father and Daughter, Astoria - 1880s

    Father and Daughter portrait by Samuel B. Crow of Astoria. The father looks concerned. Learn More
  10. Four-masted Bark Galena, Stranded near Seaside - Bartels

    Four-masted Bark Galena, Stranded near Seaside - 1907

    While the wreck of the Peter Iredale is still well-known, most people are not aware of the grounding of the Galena, which happened near the same spot only three weeks later. Learn More
  11. Logging - High Climber Alex Hallgren Scales a Spar Tree - Weister

    High Climber Axel Hallgren Scales a Spar Tree - 1921

    This image of high climber Hallgren was taken near Knappa, Oregon at the camp of the Big Creek Logging Company. Learn More
  12. Hotel Bill, Cannon Beach - Bartels

    Hotel Bill, Cannon Beach - c. 1907

    Yes, the Hotel Bill was named after someone named Bill, but it was his last name - not his first name. Learn More
  13. Jennie Michel, "The Last of her Tribe"

    Jennie Michel, "The Last of her Tribe" - 1905

    Jennie Michel, a well-known (and often photographed) Clatsop basket weaver, was sometimes referred to as "The Last of her Tribe", though others of the Clatsop lineage outlived her. Learn More
  14. Jennie Michel, Clatsop Basket Maker - Indahl

    Jennie Michel, Clatsop Basket Maker - c. 1900

    Jennie Michel, also known as Lady Michel or Princess Tsin-is-tum, was born in about 1815. Her father and uncle knew Lewis and Clark. Learn More
  15. Laying Wooden Pipe near Astoria - Crow

    Laying Wooden Pipe near Astoria - c. 1884

    In this print reproduced from an early stereoview, Astoria photographer Samuel Crow captures part of the crew installing wood stave pipe - probably for a water line. Learn More
  16. Light Battery, Fort Stevens - Davidson

    Light Battery, Fort Stevens - 1880s

    The Light Battery training at Fort Stevens, near Astoria on the Oregon coast. Learn More
  17. Needles at Cannon Beach, Oregon - Prentiss

    Needles at Cannon Beach, Oregon - c. 1920

    This image is recreated from a hand-tinted large glass slide, also called a magic lantern slide. Learn More
  18. Pacific Pier at Moore Hotel, Seaside - Bartels

    Pacific Pier at Moore Hotel, Seaside - c. 1907

    The Pacific Pier, built out from the Moore Hotel north of the turnaround at Seaside, only lasted from 1904 through 1914. Learn More
  19. Rounding Hug Point at Cannon Beach - Bartels

    Rounding Hug Point at Cannon Beach - c. 1907

    A hundred years ago, the only way to travel by carriage on the Oregon Coast was to drive on the beach. South of Cannon Beach was the obstacle of Hug Point, shown here. Learn More
  20. Salvation Army Corps, Astoria - Snodgrass

    Salvation Army Corps, Astoria - c. 1898

    This group of Salvation Army Corps members was photographed by William Snodgrass, who had his studio in Astoria. We're assuming they were based in that city. Learn More
  21. Salvation Army Couple, Astoria, Oregon - Matt Mathson

    Salvation Army Couple, Astoria, Oregon - c. 1893

    Astoria photographer Math Mathison created this studio portrait of a Salvation Army couple in full regalia, sometime in the early 1890s. Learn More
  22. Sam Oliver's Seining Grounds near the Mouth of the Columbia - Andrew B. Paxton

    Sam Oliver's Seining Grounds near the Mouth of the Columbia - c. 1890

    Born about 1833 in Italy, Sam Oliver was active in taking salmon from the Columbia since at least 1875, when he put up 1200 barrels of salted salmon. Learn More
  23. Seining Grounds Above Astoria - Bertram C. Towne

    Seining Grounds Above Astoria - 1887

    In the 1800s, salmon were caught in three ways: gill nets, fish traps and horse-drawn seines copied from Native American fiber drag nets. Learn More
  24. Shell Road, Seaside, Oregon - Bartels

    Shell Road, Seaside, Oregon - c. 1907

    Seaside was booming at the time this photograph was created. The town grew from 400 in 1902 to 1600 inhabitants in 1910, and thousands of visitors flocked to the town each summer. Learn More
  25. Taking Salmon from a Fish Trap in Baker's Bay - Towne

    Taking Salmon from a Fish Trap in Baker's Bay - c. 1887

    This type of fish trap was called a "pound net". Used in various parts of the country, the device included a long leader, stretched perpendicular to the shore, which guided salmon into the pound. Learn More
  26. The Wreck of the Peter Iredale - Bartels

    The Wreck of the Peter Iredale - 1907

    This image of perhaps the best known wreck on Oregon's treacherous coast was captured by Portland photographer Harry Bartels shortly after the ship ran aground in October 1906. Learn More
  27. Tillamook Head from Seaside Beach - Ford

    Tillamook Head from Seaside Beach - c. 1900

    Turn-of-the-century tourists take in the ocean view at Seaside, Oregon's first seashore resort. Learn More
  28. unnel for Newly Completed Astoria and Columbia Railroad - Ford

    Tunnel for Newly Completed Astoria and Columbia Railroad - c. 1900

    When Northern Pacific completed its transcontinental railroad in 1883, Astorians assumed they would finally be connected by rail to inland cities. Learn More
  29. Two Views of Astoria - The West Shore

    Two Views of Astoria - 1889

    This 1889 engraving shows the town of Astoria looking seaward and looking inland, with good views of the docks and harbor. Learn More
  30. Youngs River Falls, Early 1870s - Buchtel

    Youngs River Falls - c. 1871

    This early view of Youngs River Falls, near Astoria, was created as a stereoview by Joseph Buchtel in the early 1870s. Learn More

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