Harry F. Bartels - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Harry F. Bartels - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Reading the News

    Reading the News - 1908

    "Dogs Playing Poker" was a series first published in 1903, and it seems to have inspired photographer Harry Bartels in creating this view. Learn More
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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

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