Lane County, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Lane County, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. Along the McKenzie River - Martin

    Along the McKenzie River - 1921

    Good photos bring you into the scene. This view of the McKenzie River by Eugene photographer Edmund Martin definitely qualifies by that criteria. Learn More
  2. Bicycle Riding, 1890s Style - Clarence L. Winter
  3. Downtown Eugene from Skinner Butte - Eddy

    Downtown Eugene from Skinner Butte - 1937

    Looking south across the railroad tracks and depot down Willamette Street. Photographer Eddy's vantage point was to the west of the McMurphey Johnson House. Learn More
  4. Evening on Willamette Street, Eugene - Eddy

    Evening on Willamette Street, Eugene - 1940

    This striking view was taken between 11th and 10th on Willamette Street, looking north toward Skinner Butte. Learn More
  5. First Flight in Eugene

    First Flight in Eugene - c. 1910

    The original photo has written on the back, "First Flight in Eugene, about 1910". It is stamped number 73. Learn More
  6. Heceta Head Lighthouse and New Coast Highway - Eddy

    Heceta Head Lighthouse and New Coast Highway - 1935

    This view by Eddy is as much about the new highway as it is about the scenic Heceta Head Lighthouse. Learn More
  7. Heceta Head Lighthouse from Cape Creek Cove - Eddy

    Heceta Head Lighthouse from Cape Creek Cove - c. 1935

    This view of the lighthouse was created by Ralph Eddy from the cove at the mouth of Cave Creek, just to the south of Heceta Head. Learn More
  8. Horse Powered Threshing near Cottage Grove - Shanfelt

    Horse Powered Threshing near Cottage Grove - c. 1903

    While some large farms had steam power, in the early 1900s many farmers were still using horses to power their threshing machines. Learn More
  9. Looking North on Willamette Street in Eugene - Martin

    Looking North on Willamette Street in Eugene - 1921

    Eugene as it looked ninety years ago. The McMorran and Washburne Building, now known as the Tiffany Building, is on the right at the corner of Eighth Avenue. Learn More
  10. South Sister and Fall Creek - Kiser

    South Sister and Fall Creek - circa 1918

    This photograph is recreated from a 7 by 9 inch print made by Fred Kiser in the period when he owned the Scenic America Company in Portland. Learn More
  11. The Roller Skater - Tollman

    The Roller Skater - c. 1908

    A roller skater from a hundred years ago poses in what appears to be his performing outfit, including a sash made from American flag bunting. Learn More
  12. Two Gentlemen from Eugene City - Winter

    Two Gentlemen from Eugene City - c. 1875

    We don't know the names of these two men, though a note written on the back of the original CDV states "My father". They do appear to be brothers. Learn More

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