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  1. A Drink of Water - Lange

    A Drink of Water - 1939

    Mrs. Soper draws some water for her youngest child, in this depression era photo taken in the Willow Creek area of Malheur County. Learn More
  2. A Proud Father with his Daughter - Cummings

    A Proud Father with his Daughter - c. 1890

    Taken by photographer E. G. Cummings of Lewiston, Idaho, this cabinet card view shows a Native American father, likely Nez Perce, proudly holding his daughter. Learn More
  3. Adagio Dancers in Portland - Fink Studio

    Adagio Dancers in Portland - c. 1930

    In the 1920s, acrobatic dance routines became extremely fashionable and the dances were either described as ‘whirlwind’ or ‘adagio’. Adagio dances were slower, and often involved the partners holding a pose for some period of time. Learn More
  4. Bicycle Riding, 1890s Style - Clarence L. Winter
  5. 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
  6. Capt. Applegate & Joaquin Miller at Klamath Agency, Steel Excursion - Kiser

    Capt. Applegate & Joaquin Miller at Klamath Agency, Steel Excursion - 1903

    Capt. O. C. Applegate was not a member of the Steel Excursion; he was leading his own party of thirty to the rim at the same time, and the two groups interacted. Learn More
  7. Chief Tommy Thompson and his Wife Flora, Feast of the First Salmon

    Chief Tommy Thompson and his Wife Flora, Feast of the First Salmon - 1945

    In 1945, Chief Tommy Thompson was ninety years old; his last wife, Flora, was forty-seven. Learn More
  8. Colville Couple, with Winchester Rifle and River Otter Pelt

    Colville Couple, with Winchester Rifle and River Otter Pelt - c. 1895

    A couple poses outside their log house in ceremonial garb, including a breastplate worn by the man. Learn More
  9. Colville Mother and Child - Royal Engineers

    Colville Mother and Child - c. 1860

    This very early photo of a Colville mother and her infant child was taken by the Corps of Royal Engineers, likely near Spokane. Learn More
  10. Father and Daughter, Astoria - Crow

    Father and Daughter, Astoria - 1880s

    Father and Daughter portrait by Samuel B. Crow of Astoria. The father looks concerned. Learn More
  11. Jazz Age Flapper "Twins", Portland - George W. Davies

    Jazz Age Flapper "Twins", Portland - c. 1928

    This publicity photo was taken by George Davies in Portland. Show business photographs were a specialty of his. Learn More
  12. Kalispel Couple in Traditional Dress - Royal Engineers

    Kalispel Couple, Wearing Traditional Dress - c. 1861

    This early portrait by the Royal Engineers, and others in its series, are notable as they are some of the first photographs made of Northwest Native Americans. Learn More
  13. Louisa Denny & Grandson Lawrence Lindsley

    Louisa Denny, Founder of Seattle, & Grandson - 1900s

    Louisa Denny, one of the founders of Seattle, with her grandson Lawrence Lindsley. Learn More
  14. Madonna - Partridge

    Madonna - c. 1900

    This art photo of a mother and child was created by William Partridge sometime after he moved from Oregon to Boston in 1886. This image was one of his most popular and sold for many years; our print is dated 1900. Learn More
  15. Makah Indian Basket Weavers - Curtis

    Makah Indian Basket Weavers - 1910

    Asahel Curtis, brother of the more well-known Edward S. Curtis, also produced photos of Native Americans - often focusing on the Makah tribe in northwest Washington. Learn More
  16. Making Their own Fun in Willamette

    Making Their own Fun in Willamette - 1949

    In this 1949 snapshot, Duane Davis (holding the reins) and Jay Dunwoodie guide Clarabelle the burro down Eighth Avenue in the Willamette neighborhood of West Linn. Learn More
  17. Man & Woman in Costume with Parasol - Lewis

    Man & Woman in Costume with Parasol - 1900s

    Two apparent stage performers strike a pose in Salem. From their shoes and her dress, it's likely they're dancers. Learn More
  18. Martha and Eliza Spalding - Lafler

    Martha and Eliza Spalding - c. 1915

    On the card-mounted original print, the sisters are identified as Martha Jane Wigle (Spalding) and Eliza Spalding Warren. Learn More
  19. Mother and Daughter at Pendleton - Bowman

    Mother and Daughter at Pendleton - c. 1895

    This touching studio portrait was created by Walter Bowman, who for many years operated a photo studio in Pendleton. He often took portraits of people from the nearby Umatilla Reservation. Learn More
  20. Mother and Daughter, Likely Nez Perce or Wasco

    Mother and Daughter, Likely Nez Perce or Wasco - circa 1885

    This studio portrait by an unidentified photographer shows a mother and daughter in fine ceremonial garb, probably taken somewhere in north-central Oregon. Learn More
  21. Northern Shoshone or Bannock Couple - Wrensted

    Northern Shoshone or Bannock Couple - c. 1895

    This unknown couple are probably members of the Northern Shoshone or Bannock tribes, based on other photos taken at the time by Benedicte Wrensted. Learn More
  22. Oregon's Indian Madonna - Gifford

    Oregon's Indian Madonna - c. 1905

    Gifford's affection for soft-focus especially lends itself to "Oregon's Indian Madonna", one of his most famous photos. Learn More
  23. Periods of Time - White

    Periods of Time - 1902

    This classic photo of different generations was taken by Oregon amateur photographer Lily White, likely somewhere along the Columbia River. Learn More
  24. Salvation Army Couple, Astoria, Oregon - Matt Mathson

    Salvation Army Couple, Astoria, Oregon - c. 1893

    Astoria photographer Math Mathison created this studio portrait of a Salvation Army couple in full regalia, sometime in the early 1890s. Learn More
  25. The Charman Brothers, Oregon City - Buchtel

    The Charman Brothers, Oregon City - c. 1864

    Lennie (later known as T. L.) and Elmer Charman, ages about 4 and 3, who grew up to partner in a number of well-known Oregon City business ventures. Learn More
  26. Thomas & Sophia Charman, Wedding Photo - Buchtel

    Thomas & Sophia Charman, Wedding Photo - 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
  27. Thomas & Sophia Charman, Wedding Photo B - Joseph Buchtel
  28. Thomas and Marian Allen Miller

    Thomas and Marian Allen Miller - 1860s

    Thomas Miller and Marian Allen's marriage on New Year's eve, Dec. 31, 1863, linked two of the West Linn area's earliest settler families. Learn More
  29. Two Cowboys from Heppner - Gilhousen

    Two Cowboys from Heppner - c. 1895

    Two young cowboys from Heppner visit the photographer's studio to have their portraits made. Both are wearing their working chaps - a full fur set for the man on the left. Learn More
  30. Two Farmers from Beaver, Oregon - Harnish

    Two Farmers from Beaver, Oregon - c. 1888

    In this photo by Simmons and Harnish, Artists, the two men are identified as Mr. Robert Richards and Mr. Jay Ford of Beaver, Oregon. Learn More
  31. Two Fishermen from Oregon City - Robert K. Clavering

    Two Fishermen from Oregon City - c. 1897

    Two fishermen stop by the studio in Oregon City for a professional portrait. Good closeup of late nineteenth century fishing attire. Learn More
  32. Two Gentlemen from Eugene City - Winter

    Two Gentlemen from Eugene City - c. 1875

    We don't know the names of these two men, though a note written on the back of the original CDV states "My father". They do appear to be brothers. Learn More
  33. Two Girls from Albany - Paxton

    Two Girls from Albany - c. 1867

    Their hair secured by ribbons, two sisters pose in matching dresses, shortly after the end of the Civil War. Learn More
  34. Two Girls from Helix, Oregon - Bowman

    Two Girls from Helix, Oregon - c. 1892

    Short-cropped hair was actually quite common for girls in the 1890s, as is shown in this portrait by Pendleton photographer Walter Bowman. Learn More
  35. Two Graduates - Eddy

    Two Graduates - c. 1915

    Ralph Eddy began his professional career as a portrait photographer, and indeed continued to create school portraits for many years. Learn More
  36. Two of the Old Originals - Palmer

    Two of the Old Originals - c. 1910

    This portrait of an older Native American couple was created by Spokane photographer Frank Palmer in the early part of the twentieth century. Learn More
  37. Two Women and a Dog - J. A. McIntire

    Two Women and a Dog - Circa 1890

    There are a lot of patterns present in this studio portrait of two women. While each wears traditional jewelry and the woman on the left has a beaded bag, the fabrics and blankets appear to all be factory made. Learn More
  38. Two Women on the Salmon River - Indahl

    Two Women on the Salmon River - c. 1900

    Two women dressed in white visit a scenic stretch of the Salmon River near Welches in this turn-of-the-last-century view that we're attributing to Olaf Indahl, a skilled amateur photographer. Learn More
  39. Workmen from Umatilla Ordnance Depot - Lee

    Workmen from Umatilla Ordnance Depot - 1941

    Two workmen from the Umatilla Ordnance Depot pause for a chat and a smoke in front of The First National Bank in downtown Hermiston, perhaps after depositing their paychecks. Learn More

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