Howard C. Tibbitts - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. Annie Creek Canyon, Near Crater Lake - Tibbitts

    Annie Creek Canyon, Near Crater Lake - c. 1908

    This view of Annie Creek Canyon is reproduced from an original glass negative by Howard Tibbitts, who was based in San Francisco where he worked for Sunset Magazine. Learn More
  2. Bridal Veil Falls, with Water Pipe Intake - Howard C. Tibbitts

    Bridal Veil Falls, with Water Pipe Intake - 1907

    This very sharp portrait of Bridal Veil Falls is recreated from an original glass negative made by Sunset Magazine photographer Howard Tibbitts. Learn More
  3. Crater Lake from the Rim - Tibbitts

    Crater Lake from the Rim - c. 1908

    With a shaded foreground and a soft focus, photographer Howard Tibbitts captures a compelling portrait of Crater Lake from a century ago. Learn More
  4. Harriman Lodge at Pelican Bay, Upper Klamath Lake - Tibbitts

    Harriman Lodge at Pelican Bay, Upper Klamath Lake - c. 1908

    Initially named the Pelican Bay Lodge, built in 1889, it was purchased in 1906 by Edward Harriman and renamed. It burned in 1942 and was rebuilt in 1953. Learn More
  5. Judge Benson and Mr. Curtiss at Spring, Pelican Bay - Tibbitts

    Judge Benson and Mr. Curtiss at Spring, Pelican Bay - c. 1908

    While appearing candid, this image is part of a series of photos captured by Southern Pacific professional photographer Howard C. Tibbitts in his visit to southern Oregon in about 1908. Learn More
  6. Jump Off Joe, Near Newport - Tibbitts

    Jump Off Joe, Near Newport - c. 1910

    This highly detailed image of Jump Off Joe is recreated from an original glass negative made by Howard Tibbitts, one of the first (and longest serving) photographers for Sunset Magazine. Learn More
  7. 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
  8. Logs on the Willamette, Looking Towards Pete's Mountain - Tibbitts

    Logs on the Willamette, Looking Towards Pete's Mountain - c. 1908

    This image of log rafts on the Willamette, above the Falls, gives us an idea of how many logs were taken downstream from forests in the upper Willamette Valley. Learn More
  9. Lunch on Road to Crater Lake - Tibbitts

    Lunch on Road to Crater Lake - c. 1908

    A group of tourists, probably traveling by stagecoach, stop at the side of the road to Crater Lake to enjoy a lunch break. Learn More
  10. Mill Creek Falls, Rogue River - Tibbitts

    Mill Creek Falls, Rogue River - c. 1908

    Mills Creek Falls hurtle 173 feet into the Rogue River Gorge near the town of Prospect, on Highway 62, a route often taken to visit Crater Lake National Park. Learn More
  11. Ocean Wind Jammer, Willamette River, Portland - Howard C. Tibbitts

    Ocean Wind Jammer, Willamette River, Portland - 1908

    This is the Emanuele Accame, a steel vessel built in 1891 by the Continental Lead & Iron Company in Perusola, Italy. Learn More
  12. Panorama of Crater Lake from Discovery Point - Tibbitts

    Panorama of Crater Lake from Discovery Point - c. 1908

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    This incredibly detailed image is pieced together from five glass negatives created by Howard Tibbitts, an early photographer for Sunset Magazine. Learn More
  13. Special Stage Leaving Pokegama Road to Crater Lake - Tibbitts

    Special Stage Leaving Pokegama Road to Crater Lake - c. 1908

    This open stage coach may be called "special" because it was not regularly scheduled. It appears to be used for short distances, with no covering and little room for luggage. Learn More
  14. Stage Arriving at Spencer's Road to Crater Lake - Tibbitts

    Stage Arriving at Spencer's Road to Crater Lake - c. 1908

    This view of early 1900s tourists on the way to Crater Lake was captured by Howard Tibbitts, photographer for Southern Pacific Railroad and their magazine - Sunset. Learn More
  15. Stage at Spencer's Road to Crater Lake - Tibbitts

    Stage at Spencer's Road to Crater Lake - c. 1908

    One of a series of stage coach photos taken by Sunset Magazine photographer Howard Tibbitts in southern Oregon. Learn More
  16. Stage Passing Abandoned Officers' Quarters, Fort Klamath - Tibbitts

    Stage Passing Abandoned Officers' Quarters, Fort Klamath - c. 1908

    Fort Klamath at its peak included more than 40 buildings. It was officially closed in 1889, and after heavy snows collapsed several buildings in 1890 it was abandoned. Learn More
  17. Stage Stopping at Fort Klamath Indian Agency - Tibbitts

    Stage Stopping at Fort Klamath Indian Agency - c. 1908

    The original Klamath Indian Agency was located about two miles from Fort Klamath, and was thus sometimes referred to as "Fort Klamath Indian Agency", which was the title Howard Tibbitts gave to this photograph. Learn More
  18. Table Mountain and Gold Ray Dam, Rouge River - Howard C. Tibbitts

    Table Mountain and Gold Ray Dam, Rogue River - 1914

    Gold Ray Dam was built in 1904 by brothers Colonel Frank Ray and Dr. C. R. Ray to provide power to a gold mine they had purchased near the town of Gold Hill. Learn More
  19. The Stage to Crater Lake - Tibbits

    The Stage to Crater Lake - c. 1908

    Taking the stage coach was a popular way for tourists to visit Crater Lake National Park during the first few years after its creation in 1902. Learn More
  20. Three Klamath Men at Discovery Point, Crater Lake - Tibbitts

    Three Klamath Men at Discovery Point, Crater Lake - c. 1908

    This image is from a glass negative created by early Sunset Magazine photographer Howard Tibbits, who visited Crater Lake in about 1908. Learn More
  21. Willamette Falls Mills and Locks, Looking Downstream - Tibbitts

    Willamette Falls Mills and Locks, Looking Downstream - c. 1908

    This highly detailed view of the west side of the Willamette River at the Falls was created by Howard Tibbitts, a San Francisco based photographer. Learn More

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