Unknown Northwest Locations - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Unknown Northwest Locations - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. Logging - At Work in the Woods - Ford

    At Work in the Woods - c. 1898

    Four men - and a dog - pose near medium-sized trees in an unknown location, probably on one side or the other of the lower Columbia River, where John F. Ford took many of his photographs. Learn More
  2. Beginning the Uppercut - Isaac G. Davidson

    Beginning the Uppercut - circa 1885

    This logging photo is a bit older than most, and is recreated from a boudoir card image printed and sold by Isaac G. Davidson - who at the time had arguably the largest photo business in Oregon. Learn More
  3. Logging - Falling Fir Trees - Ford

    Falling Fir Trees - c. 1898

    A crew of two pose next to a "medium-sized" Douglas Fir in this logging image from Ilwaco photographer John F. Ford. Learn More
  4. Hop Picking - Ford

    Hop Picking - c. 1900

    Many historic photos of hop picking show large crews posed in the foreground. Photographer John F. Ford chose to show one worker and a man who appears to be his supervisor. Learn More
  5. Pond Monkeys - Ford

    Pond Monkeys - c. 1898

    Pond Monkeys were men who hopped from log to log in a mill pond, guiding the floating logs into the intake for the sawmill. This Ford photos shows a large group - likely more than would normally work together. Learn More
  6. Skid Road Along the River - Ford

    Skid Road Along the River - c. 1898

    In this signed photo by John F. Ford we see yet another view of animals pulling logs along a skid road. In this case, it's oxen, and the location of the road along a river makes it especially scenic. Learn More
  7. Surveyor With a Fossilized Log - John F Ford

    Surveyor With a Fossilized Log - circa 1900

    This crisp view of a surveyor and an exceptionally large petrified log was taken by photographer John F. Ford sometime around the turn of the last century. Learn More
  8. U. S. S. Oregon, After Turret - Hart

    U. S. S. Oregon, After Turret - c. 1898

    This view shows the rear-facing armament of the U.S.S. Oregon, including the 13" main guns, the 8" secondaries above them, and the 3 pounder (1.85") anti-torpedo boat guns above them. Learn More
  9. U. S. S. Oregon, Forward Turret and Bridge - Hart

    U. S. S. Oregon, Forward Turret and Bridge - c. 1898

    A large crowd of civilians has come on board the battleship U.S.S. Oregon in this view in an unidentified harbor, likely taken shortly before the Oregon left for the Philippines. Learn More
  10. William Henry Jackson Early Portrait - Jackson

    William Henry Jackson Early Portrait - 1860s

    A tintype studio portrait of photographer William Henry Jackson. Learn More

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