Sherman County, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Sherman County, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. 32 Horses Pulling a Holt Bros. Side-hill Harvester - Raymond

    32 Horses Pulling a Holt Bros. Side-hill Harvester - c. 1900

    Another of Benjamin Holt's innovations was the side-hill harvester shown here. Because of the need for two drive wheels, larger teams were needed to pull this more advanced model. Learn More
  2. Case Combine Harvester and Crew - Raymond

    Case Combine Harvester and Crew - c. 1903

    The Case company was pretty sure people would recognize their product when they built this combine around 1900, with large lettering in at least three locations. Learn More
  3. Cedar Island and Beavertail Ridge, Deschutes River - George M. Weister

    Cedar Island and Beavertail Ridge, Deschutes River - c. 1909

    This overview of Beavertail Ridge is recreated from a glass negative made by George Weister during the Deschutes River Railroad War. You can see tracks being constructed on both sides of the river. Learn More
  4. Deschutes River at Twin Crossings - Weister

    Deschutes River at Twin Crossings - circa 1910

    Construction has just begun for the south railroad trestle across the Deschutes at Milepost 44, north of Sherars Falls. Learn More
  5. Disc Harrow Crew on a Wheat Farm East of Moro - Raymond

    Disc Harrow Crew on a Wheat Farm East of Moro - c. 1900

    Four teams pose together on the farm of Louie Peetz, who owned 800 acres and rented 1200 acres of government land, all of which he had in cultivation. Learn More
  6. Early Hart-Parr 40-80 Gasoline Tractor near Wasco - Raymond

    Early Hart-Parr 40-80 Gasoline Tractor near Wasco - c. 1910

    This very large gasoline tractor was introduced in 1908. It combined two No. 2 engines, for a total of four cylinders, hence the dual stacks. The engines were moved to the rear for improved visibility. Learn More
  7. Holt Combine Harvester Pulled by Mules - Raymond

    Holt Combine Harvester Pulled by Mules - c. 1903

    Benjamin Holt was known as a mechanical genius, responsible for the "Link-Belt Combined Harvester" shown here, which used flexible chain belts rather than gears to transfer power from the wheels to the working mechanism, lessening breakage and down time. Learn More
  8. Looking Down the Deschutes River - Fred Kiser
  9. Lower Deschutes River, Below Sixteen Canyon - George M. Weister
  10. The Sheep Herder - Rothstein

    The Sheep Herder - 1936

    This portrait was taken by photojournalist Arthur Rothstein as part of his early work with the federal Resettlement Administration, which later became the Farm Security Administration. Learn More

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