New Arrivals - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. A Glimpse of Depoe Bay - Albert L Thomas

    A Glimpse of Depoe Bay - circa 1910

    This inviting image is from an unusually large print (for him) by Albert L. Thomas of Newport. Learn More
  2. A Homesteader and his Oxen - Adolph Aschoff

    A Homesteader and his Oxen - circa 1885

    Oxen were a popular choice as draft animals for both emigrants crossing the Oregon Trail and for early settlers in Oregon. Learn More
  3. A Music Hall Fiddler - Joseph Buchtel

    A Music Hall Fiddler - circa 1875

    First seen in Britain in the 1830s, by the 1870s the popularity of music halls had spread to most good-sized towns in the Pacific Northwest Learn More
  4. A Shipbuilding Crew in Seattle - Wilhelm Hester

    A Shipbuilding Crew in Seattle - circa 1900

    From 1893 through 1906 photographer Wilhelm Hester documented ships and shipping in Washington State, as well as Alaska scenes he captured when he joined the gold rush of 1898. Learn More
  5. Alfred Lewelling, Pioneer Horticulturalist, and his Family - William M. Stuart

    Alfred Lewelling, Pioneer Horticulturalist, and his Family - c. 1860

    When Henderson Lewelling brought his family to the Willamette Valley along the Oregon Trail in 1847, his then-15-year-old son Alfred drove the ox-team that pulled the now famous "tree wagon", filled with over 700 fruit tree starts. Learn More
  6. Barlow Road Tollgate No. 5 - Adolph Aschoff

    Barlow Road Tollgate No. 5 - circa 1885

    Five tollgates were established, sequentially, along Barlow Road from 1846 to 1918. This is the last one, operating from 1883 to 1918. Learn More
  7. Bicycle Riding, 1890s Style - Clarence L. Winter

    Bicycle Riding, 1890s Style - circa 1895

    Two rather sophisticated young men pose with their bicycles in this photo by Eugene photographer Clarence L. Winter. It's likely they were students or teachers at the University of Oregon. Learn More
  8. Business District and Waterfront, Portland, Oregon - Ralph Eddy

    Business District and Waterfront, Portland, Oregon - 1936

    Taken during Portland's first "Fleet Week", this view shows the destroyer Reuben James and other Navy ships in front of the City's downtown business district. Learn More
  9. Cliffs of Garfield Peak, Carter Lake - Fred Kiser
  10. Crater Lake - Clarence L. Winter

    Crater Lake - circa 1917

    This classic view of Crater Lake and Wizard Island is a collaboration between Clarence Winter, the photographer, and Fred Luetters, who hand-colored the image. Learn More
  11. Devil's Punch Bowl, near Otter Rock - Albert L. Thomas

    Devil's Punch Bowl, near Otter Rock - circa 1910

    Devil's Punch Bowl is a large bowl naturally carved in rock that is partially open to the Pacific Ocean. Water enters it and swirls and churns, varying with tides and weather. Learn More
  12. Diamond Lake and Mount Thielsen - Fred Kiser

    Diamond Lake and Mount Thielsen - c 1918

    Diamond Lake is located north of Crater Lake in Douglas County, and is about halfway between Mt. Thielsen and Mt. Bailey. Learn More
  13. Earliest Known Photo of Sandy, Oregon - Adolph Aschoff

    Earliest Known Photo of Sandy, Oregon - c. 1879

    We're looking east towards Mt. Hood on what is now Pioneer Boulevard in Sandy, Oregon. The Barlow road trails off to the right in the background. Learn More
  14. Entrance to Lava Cave, Mt. St. Helens - Willis W. Vail
  15. Exploring Newly Discovered Eden Park Glacier, Mt. Hood
  16. Fishing Below Willamette Falls (Tinted)
  17. Gold Ray Dam, Rogue River - Kunselman & Gerking
  18. Golden Rule Grocery, Auto Camp and Garage, Cottage Grove - Frank Patterson
  19. Hercules Pillars, on the Columbia River - Howard C. Tibbitts
  20. Kissel Kar at Entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park - Christopher Helin

    Kissel Kar at Entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park - 1918

    This camouflaged "Military Highway Scout Kar" was built by Kissel Motor Car Company of Wisconsin; the camouflage was painted to honor the company's work supplying vehicles to several countries in WWI. Learn More
  21. Klamath Falls from the State Road - Howard C. Tibbitts

    Klamath Falls from the State Road - circa 1908

    This highly-detailed town view of Klamath Falls is recreated from a glass negative by Howard Tibbitts, long-time photographer for Southern Pacific and their Sunset Magazine. Learn More
  22. Loading Paper on a Barge, Crown-Willamette Paper Company

    Loading Paper on a Barge, Crown-Willamette Paper Company - c. 1920

    An unusual vantage point for a photo of Crown-Willamette Paper Company gives us a good view of a crew loading paper on a barge, using hand-trucks. Learn More
  23. Looking East Across Ashland Plaza Towards Hotel Ashland - Frank Patterson
  24. Marion County Court House, Salem - Cronise Studio
  25. Mount Hood from Larch Mountain - Clarence L. Winter

    Mount Hood from Larch Mountain - circa 1917

    The original for this image is a photo by Clarence Winter that was hand-tinted by Fred Luetters, one of the few tinting specialists whose name appeared on their work. Learn More
  26. Mount Hood from Lost Lake - Fred Kiser
  27. Oregon State Capitol - Howard C. Tibbitts
  28. Overhanging Rock near Oneonta, Columbia River Gorge - Howard C. Tibbitts
  29. Overlooking Kettle Falls
  30. Panorama of Hawley Pulp and Paper Mills - Harold M. Brown

    Panorama of Hawley Pulp and Paper Mills - c. 1925

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    This very clear panorama of the Oregon City mills at Willamette Falls lends itself to larger prints; you'll notice that we offer it in sizes up to ten feet wide. Learn More
  31. Revenue Hotel, Sandy, Oregon - Adolph Aschoff

    Revenue Hotel, Sandy, Oregon - Circa 1879

    John H. Revenue and his father Francis built this hotel in 1874. It was the first hotel in Sandy, Oregon, which had received its first post office, and its name, the previous year. Learn More
  32. Spraying Apples with a Hand-pumped Sprayer

    Spraying Apples with a Hand-pumped Sprayer - 1891

    This unusual photo of early fruit-tree spraying is identified as being near Parkdale, Oregon, to the north of Mt. Hood. Learn More
  33. Sternwheeler N. R. Lang in Willamette Falls Locks
  34. The Community Gathers at Marmot School, East of Sandy - Adolph Aschoff

    The Community Gathers at Marmot School, East of Sandy - c 1885

    Students, parents, teachers and interested locals gather at the new Marmot School, located east of Sandy along the Barlow Trail. Learn More
  35. Thomas & Sophia Charman, Wedding Photo B - Joseph Buchtel

    Thomas & Sophia Charman, Wedding Photo B - 1854

    Reproduced from a rare Joseph Buchtel daguerreotype. According to a note in its case, the original photo was taken on September 27, 1854, the day after Thomas and Sophia were married in Oregon City. Learn More
  36. Vidae Cliff, Crater Lake - Fred Kiser
  37. Vista House at Crown Point, Columbia River Highway - George Weister

    Vista House at Crown Point, Columbia River Highway - c. 1918

    This striking photo of Vista House and the Columbia Gorge in the distance was taken shortly after Vista House was completed, in 1918. Learn More
  38. Wilsonville Railroad Bridge Under Construction

    Wilsonville Railroad Bridge Under Construction - circa 1907

    This massive bridge across the Willamette River at Wilsonville was built for the Oregon Electric Railway in 1907. Learn More
  39. Wizard Island, Crater Lake - Fred Kiser
  40. World War I Standifer Shipyards, In Vancouver - Gordon Stuart

    World War I Standifer Shipyards, In Vancouver - 1917

    The G. M. Standifer Construction Company built three shipyards on the Columbia River for the World War I effort, two in Vancouver and one in Portland. Learn More

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