Taverns & Drinking - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. At Least We Have Beer!

    At Least We Have Beer! - circa 1900

    As the man on the right shows off his catch, the rest of the men raise their glasses to toast the occasion, somewhere in the woods near Pendleton. Learn More
  2. Beer and Chickens

    Beer and Chickens - c. 1910

    Old Oswego appears to have been a place where people knew how to have fun. At least this photo of men holding both beers and dead chickens indicates that. Learn More
  3. Bringing a Stein of Beer - Buchtel

    Bringing a Stein of Beer - c. 1872

    In early photography, cameras were so bulky that occupational photos were usually shot in the studio. Here we see a bar keeper bringing a glass beer stein to a customer. Learn More
  4. Clay Moore Saloon, in Blanco Hotel, Marshfield

    Clay Moore Saloon, in Blanco Hotel, Marshfield - c. 1900

    Patrons gather outside the Clay Moore Saloon, in the Norman Building, at Front and Commercial in Marshfield (now known as Coos Bay). Moore operated several Marshfield saloons - this one is in the old Blanco Hotel. Learn More
  5. Drinking Beer in Oswego

    Drinking Beer in Oswego - c. 1910

    The guys gather a century ago to drink beer in their host's back yard. Has much really changed since then? Learn More
  6. John's Saloon, SW Corbett & Hamilton, Portland

    John's Saloon, SW Corbett & Hamilton, Portland - 1915

    As with most old photos of taverns, this view of John's Saloon includes lots of interesting details. I especially like the carved wooden deer that is part of the back bar. Learn More
  7. Prohibition at Pete's Mountain

    Prohibition on Pete's Mountain - 1930s

    Two gents toast each other with a glass of beer from a keg kept cool (and hidden) in the well behind them. Learn More

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