Crater Lake - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos from Oregon's National Park

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  1. Looking Across Steel Bay from Rim Drive, Crater Lake - Eddy

    Looking Across Steel Bay from Rim Drive, Crater Lake - c. 1930

    In 1930, photographer Ralph Eddy would have used the one-lane unpaved Rim Road to reach this vantage point at Crater Lake. Learn More
  2. Looking North from Skell Head, Crater Lake - Eddy

    Looking North from Skell Head, Crater Lake - c. 1930

    This photo of Crater Lake was taken from Skell Head, at 8,000 feet elevation. Learn More
  3. New Sinnott Memorial Building at Crater Lake - Shangle

    New Sinnott Memorial Building at Crater Lake - 1933

    Dedicated in 1931, the Sinnott Memorial Building was two years old when this photo was created by J. Verne Shangle. Learn More
  4. On the Rim Trail, Crater Lake - Ralph Eddy

    On the Rim Trail, Crater Lake - 1930

    This carefully composed image of an often-photographed lake was created by Ralph Eddy as a postcard view, as he added southern Oregon scenes to his offerings. Learn More
  5. Panorama of Crater Lake - Cross & Dimmitt

    Panorama of Crater Lake - c. 1930

    Crater Lake calls out for panoramic views. This hand-tinted version was created by photographers Cross and Dimmitt, based in Portland (and at Crown Point, in the Columbia Gorge). Learn More
  6. Phantom Ship Hiding in a Reflection - Eddy

    Phantom Ship Hiding in a Reflection - c. 1930

    Photographers and tourists alike are drawn to Crater Lake by the crisp reflections usually found on the surface of its calm and deep waters. Learn More
  7. Wizard Island and Llao Cliff, Crater Lake - Eddy

    Wizard Island and Llao Cliff, Crater Lake - 1930

    Shortly after Ralph Eddy began creating scenic postcards, he started traveling south to capture the stunning beauty of Crater Lake and its surroundings. Learn More
  8. Wizard Island from Rim Drive - Eddy

    Wizard Island from Rim Drive - c. 1930

    One of many views created by Ralph Eddy, an Oregon City postcard photographer who traveled throughout the state of Oregon to capture images familiar to tourists of his era. Learn More

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