Hunting on the Salmon River at Mt. Hood - c. 1905


Hunting on the Salmon River at Mt. Hood - Indahl

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This hundred-year-old photo shows three relatives of Olaf Indahl, a photographer featured on this site, from a print we are attributing to Indahl himself. This particular Salmon River (there are many with that name) drains the south side of Mt. Hood, and empties into the Sandy. Only 34 miles long, it is the only river in the lower 48 states that has its whole length designated as a National Wild and Scenic River. Known for its steelhead, trout, and of course salmon, the river is also the home to deer and bear, one of which these hunters are likely pursuing. -- This photo is restored and printed by Old Oregon.

Additional Information

Item Number AA0445
Photographer Olaf Indahl
Location Mount Hood, Clackamas County
Subject Hunting, Rivers and Streams
Decade 1900s
Print Maker Old Oregon
Original Type Medium-size Print
Size of Original 3.6 x 4.6 inches
Photographer's Number No

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