New Arrivals - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. A Young Chinese Man from Portland - Isaac G. Davidson

    A Young Chinese Man from Portland - 1877

    This image was captured in the late 1870s - a time of growth for the Chinese community in Portland. The city's Chinese population increased from about 700 in 1870 to about 2500 in 1880. Learn More
  4. Azalea Hotel, on the Pacific Highway - Frank Patterson
  5. 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
  6. Breakers Row and Strand at Bandon Beach - Ralph Eddy

    Breakers Row and Strand at Bandon Beach - 1932

    This striking image of Bandon Beach was captured by Oregon postcard photographer Ralph Eddy in 1932. Learn More
  7. Cedar Island and Beavertail Ridge, Deschutes River - George M. Weister

    Cedar Island and Beavertail Ridge, Deschutes River - c. 1909

    This overview of Beavertail Ridge is recreated from a glass negative made by George Weister during the Deschutes River Railroad War. You can see tracks being constructed on both sides of the river. Learn More
  8. Cliffs of Garfield Peak, Carter Lake - Fred Kiser

    Cliffs of Garfield Peak, Carter Lake - circa 1920

    The trail to the summit of Garfield Peak continues to be one of the most popular at Crater Lake, due both to its proximity to Crater Lake Lodge and the spectacular views it offers. Learn More
  9. Cottage Grove, Looking West Down Main Street - Frank Patterson
  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. Crew with Early GMC 3 1/2 Ton Logging Truck - Webster and Stevens

    Crew with Early GMC 3 1/2 Ton Logging Truck - 1917

    This 1917 photo shows a crew and their early GMC logging truck - one of the first GMC models to feature worm-drive (with a drive shaft) instead of chain drive. Learn More
  12. 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
  13. Entrance to Ole's Lava Cave, Mt. St. Helens - Willis W. Vail

    Entrance to Ole's Lava Cave, Mt. St. Helens - 1905

    Ole's Cave is the second longest lava cave in the Mt. St. Helens area, second only to the better known Ape Cave. It was discovered in 1894 by Ole Peterson, who farmed in the area. Learn More
  14. Evergreen Highway Looking West at Rock Shed Around Cape Horn - Ralph Eddy

    Evergreen Highway, Looking West at Rock Shed Around Cape Horn - c. 1930

    In 1927, thirty-seven tons of dynamite were used to clear the way for the Evergreen Highway to extend around the river side of Cape Horn in Washington. Unfortunately, the blast loosened much more rock than anticipated, and hundreds of feet of railroad as well as buildings and a farm were covered in the ensuing landslide. Learn More
  15. Exploring Newly Discovered Eden Park Glacier, Mt. Hood

    Exploring Newly Discovered Eden Park Glacier, Mt. Hood - 1923

    At the time this photo was taken, Eden Park Glacier, on the northwest base of Mt. Hood, had recently been discovered (and named) and made accessible by the construction of a trail from the Hood River Valley. Learn More
  16. First Non-railroad Bridge Across the Willamette - Myra E. Sperry
  17. Fishing Below Willamette Falls (Tinted)

    Fishing Below Willamette Falls (Tinted) - circa 1895

    This idyllic view of fishing below the Falls is recreated from a hand-tinted print of a black and white (actually sepia tone) photo. Learn More
  18. Gold Ray Dam, Rogue River - Kunselman & Gerking

    Gold Ray Dam, Rogue River - circa 1912

    The original for this view is a larger print made by Kunselman and Gerking of Klamath Falls, looking across the Gold Ray Dam, which had been built in 1904. Learn More
  19. Golden Rule Grocery, Auto Camp and Garage, Cottage Grove - Frank Patterson

    Golden Rule Grocery, Auto Camp and Garage, Cottage Grove - c. 1925

    We have a number of photos taken by Frank Patterson, but only a few are recreated from their original glass negatives. While cellulose negatives were widely used in 1925, some traditionalist professional photographers preferred the qualities only available by using glass. Learn More
  20. Heppner's East Side, After the Flood - Boyd G. Sigsbee

    Heppner's East Side, After the Flood - 1903

    This view of the aftermath of the Heppner Flood was taken from Chase Street by local photographer Bert Sigsbee. It shows much of the area where many trees were flattened, and all the buildings completely carried away. Learn More
  21. Hercules Pillars, on the Columbia River - Howard C. Tibbitts

    Hercules Pillars, on the Columbia River - 1907

    This detailed photo of Hercules Pillars, also called The Needles, was created as a glass negative by Howard C. Tibbitts, photographer for Union Pacific and their Sunset magazine. Learn More
  22. 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
  23. Lithia Springs Hotel, in Ashland - Frank Patterson
  24. 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
  25. Looking East Across Ashland Plaza Towards Hotel Ashland - Frank Patterson

    Looking East Across Ashland Plaza Towards Hotel Ashland - c. 1935

    We are looking east across the historic plaza in Ashland, and have a good look at the back of "Pioneer Mike", the statue that was recently restored, and the drinking fountains that bring water to the public from the mineral waters of Lithia Springs. Learn More
  26. Lyle, Washington, from Point over Tunnel - Willis W. Vail
  27. Marion County Court House, Salem - Cronise Studio

    Marion County Court House, Salem - circa 1904

    An architectural historian once described Marion County's ornate 1873 Courthouse as a wedding cake. It stood until 1952 when it was torn down and replaced with a more modern, utilitarian building. Learn More
  28. 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
  29. Mount Hood from Lost Lake - Fred Kiser

    Mount Hood from Lost Lake - circa 1910

    This classic view has been captured by many photographers; the original for this image is a hand-tinted print by Fred Kiser. Learn More
  30. Oregon State Capitol - Howard C. Tibbitts

    Oregon State Capitol - circa 1908

    This extremely detailed photo of Oregon's capitol is recreated from the original glass negative, created by Sunset Magazine (and Southern Pacific Railroad) photographer Howard C. Tibbits. Learn More
  31. Overhanging Rock near Oneonta, Columbia River Gorge - Howard C. Tibbitts

    Overhanging Rock near Oneonta, Columbia River Gorge - 1907

    The overhanging rock next to the railroad was once thought to resemble a profile of George Washington. We can't see it this close up, as we are only looking at the lower part of his nose. Learn More
  32. Overlooking Kettle Falls

    Overlooking Kettle Falls - circa 1895

    Like Celilo Falls, Kettle Falls were for thousands of years an important salmon fishing and trading site for Native Americans on the Columbia River. Also like Celilo, these falls were inundated due to dam building in the 20th Century. Learn More
  33. Rolling a Large Log onto a GMC Logging Truck - Webster and Stevens

    Rolling a Large Log onto a GMC Logging Truck - 1919

    Another photo in this series shows the crew loading smaller logs using a hoist, but apparently this log is too heavy for that process. Learn More
  34. 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
  35. Sternwheeler N. R. Lang in Willamette Falls Locks

    Sternwheeler N. R. Lang in Willamette Falls Locks - c. 1910

    We're looking downstream at the Willamette Locks, and have a good view of both the two sternwheelers and many of the buildings on the river side of locks. Learn More
  36. Sutherlin, Oregon, Looking East on Central Ave. - Frank Patterson

    Sutherlin, Oregon, Looking East on Central Ave. - 1927

    The old Sutherlin Hotel on the right dominates this view down Central Avenue in Sutherlin, Oregon. Learn More
  37. Twohy Bros. Railroad Camp 3/4 Mile Above Lyle, Washington - Willis W. Vail
  38. Vidae Cliff, Crater Lake - Fred Kiser

    Vidae Cliff, Crater Lake - circa 1920

    Named during the Dutton Survey of Crater Lake in 1886, Vidae Cliff was named in honor of Miss Vidae Marshall, a young woman visiting Crater Lake from Portland.. Learn More
  39. Wizard Island, Crater Lake - Fred Kiser

    Wizard Island, Crater Lake - circa 1920

    "Great minds think alike". This wonderfully hand-tinted image shows virtually the same scene as a hand-colored print made by Frank Patterson at about the same time in the early 1920s. Learn More
  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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