Marshfield (Coos Bay), Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Marshfield (Coos Bay), Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. Baseball Game at Marshfield (Coos Bay) - Ernest A. Stauff

    Baseball Game at Marshfield (Coos Bay) - 1901

    This early sports action photo shows a base runner apparently safe at first base (at least he's smiling). Learn More
  2. Baseball Game at Marshfield, Libby Railroad in Background - Ernest A. Stauff
  3. 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
  4. Coquille at Marshfield Baseball Game July 7, 1901 - Ernest A. Stauff
  5. First Street, Marshfield

    First Street, Marshfield - c. 1910

    First Street in Marshfield, now Coos Bay, was a busy place in 1910. For some reason, everyone in this photo appears to be headed the other way. Learn More
  6. Front Street in Marshfield, with Fire Crew - Stauff

    Front Street in Marshfield, with Fire Crew - c. 1895

    Though reproduced from a stereoview, this town view of Marshfield (now Coos Bay) has lots of detail. Learn More
  7. Girl Reclining in Gypsy Outfit - Stadden

    Girl Reclining in Gypsy Outfit - 1920s

    It's unclear whether these are this girl's regular clothes, or whether she is in costume. In any event, she and the photographer chose an unusual pose for her portrait. Learn More
  8. Looking North on Second Street, Marshfield

    Looking North on Second Street, Marshfield - c. 1909

    Looking north on Second Street in Marshfield (now Coos Bay) at the intersection of Commercial Street. Few of these buildings survive today. Learn More
  9. Steamship Alliance, at the Marshfield Docks - Stauff

    Steamship Alliance, at the Marshfield Docks - 1890s

    The ocean-going steamer Alliance pulls away from the docks in Marshfield, behind the much smaller Blanco, used for travel within the Coos Bay area. Learn More
  10. The Steamboat "Blanco" Leaves the Dock - Stauff

    The Steamboat Blanco Leaves the Dock - 1890s

    The small steamboat Blanco pulls away from the dock, probably somewhere near Marshfield, now known as Coos Bay. Learn More
  11. Workers in Boiler Room, Marshfield (Coos Bay)

    Workers in Boiler Room, Marshfield (Coos Bay) - c. 1910

    There are not a lot of windows in this view of a Marshfield boiler room, so the photographer has opened the doors to bring in some light. There's also a light source behind us, illuminating the faces of the workers. Learn More
  12. Wreck of the Schooner Marconi, Marshfield - Prentiss

    Wreck of the Schooner Marconi, Marshfield - 1909

    In 1909 the Marconi ran aground on the Coos Bay south spit, while leaving for Valpariso, Chile. This unusual close-up view shows a group of curious visitors examining her wreckage. Learn More

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