Group Portraits - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Group Portraits - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. A Gathering at Schnoeer Park

    A Gathering at Schnoerr Park - circa 1920

    A well-dressed group poses for a portrait at Schnoerr Park, located across the Tualatin River from the town of Willamette. Learn More
  2. A Walk to Canemah, West Side Mills in Background

    A Walk to Canemah, West Side Mills in Background - 1895

    A large group of Willamette Falls area young people stop for a photo on a Sunday afternoon, on a walk to Canemah. They were probably going to visit the park at the end of the trolley line. Learn More
  3. Air Conditioned Cafe, Vale - Lee

    Air Conditioned Cafe, Vale - 1941

    According to his notes, this photo was created by Russell Lee on the Fourth of July in 1941. Learn More
  4. Alfred Lewelling, Pioneer Horticulturalist, and his Family - William M. Stuart

    Alfred Lewelling, Pioneer Horticulturalist, and his Family - c. 1860

    When Henderson Lewelling brought his family to the Willamette Valley along the Oregon Trail in 1847, his then-15-year-old son Alfred drove the ox-team that pulled the now famous "tree wagon", filled with over 700 fruit tree starts. Learn More
  5. At Least We Have Beer!

    At Least We Have Beer! - circa 1900

    As the man on the right shows off his catch, the rest of the men raise their glasses to toast the occasion, somewhere in the woods near Pendleton. Learn More
  6. Beer and Chickens

    Beer and Chickens - c. 1910

    Old Oswego appears to have been a place where people knew how to have fun. At least this photo of men holding both beers and dead chickens indicates that. Learn More
  7. Logging - Bill Grisdale & Crew at Simpson's Camp No. 1, near Shelton

    Bill Grisdale & Crew at Simpson's Camp No. 1, near Shelton - c. 1900

    Bill Grisdale, in the white shirt standing beside the tender, was the nephew of Sol Simpson, who founded Simpson Logging Company in 1890. Learn More
  8. Bolton Baseball Team

    Bolton Baseball Team - c. 1930

    The Bolton baseball team poses for a portrait on the front steps of the old Bolton School. The coach, in the back row, is Mayor Frank Hammerle. Learn More
  9. Building the Railroad Bridge Across the Willamette at Wilsonville

    Building the Railroad Bridge Across the Willamette at Wilsonville - c. 1907

    A construction crew poses in front of the almost-completed railroad bridge at Wilsonville, built for the Oregon Electric Railway. Learn More
  10. Camping at Gearhart Park - Gardiner

    Camping at Gearhart Park - c. 1894

    We're looking at a well-developed campsite at Gearhart Park, known as the first planned resort community in Oregon, begun in 1890. Learn More
  11. Camping at Wilhoit Springs

    Camping at Wilhoit Springs - c. 1890

    Vacation time - 1890 style. A large group entertains themselves while camping at Wilhoit Springs south of Molalla. Learn More
  12. Clowning Around at Schnoerr's Park

    Clowning Around at Schnoerr's Park - circa 1920

    Schnoerr's Park was a private gathering place located across the Tualatin River from the town of Willamette, operating from about 1900 to the 1930s. Learn More
  13. Concrete Workers, Oregon City - Eddy

    Concrete Workers, Oregon City - c. 1915

    From the early part of Ralph Eddy's career, this image is restored and printed from his original glass negative. Learn More
  14. County Road Crew Near Hoodsport - Mitchell

    County Road Crew Near Hoodsport - c. 1895

    At first glance this group portrait appears to be a very diverse logging crew, but a second look reveals that in addition to saws and peaveys, many shovels and grub hoes are visible. Learn More
  15. Crew with Municipal Engine Co. Gas Cement Mixer - Mt. Hood Studio

    Crew with Municipal Engine Co. Gas Cement Mixer - c. 1914

    Somewhere in the Portland area, a crew pauses from their concrete work to have their picture taken. Their main equipment is an early version of a gas-powered cement mixer. Learn More
  16. Dance Hall at Schnoerr Park

    Dance Hall at Schnoerr Park, near West Linn - c. 1910

    People are enjoying themselves at Schnoerr Park, across the Tualatin River from the Willamette neighborhood of West Linn. Learn More
  17. Dinner at Eagle Point, Steel Excursion to Crater Lake - Kiser

    Dinner at Eagle Point, Steel Excursion to Crater Lake - 1903

    This photo showing much of the 1903 Steel Excursion was taken by Fred and Oscar Kiser, who were the official photographers of that trip. Learn More
  18. Drinking Beer in Oswego

    Drinking Beer in Oswego - c. 1910

    The guys gather a century ago to drink beer in their host's back yard. Has much really changed since then? Learn More
  19. Entrance to Lincoln Bench School - Lange

    Entrance to Lincoln Bench School - 1939

    Part of a group of photos taken by Dorothea Lange near Ontario, in Malheur County, this view shows the school building and grounds looking through the front gate. A large school bell is visible in the tower of the modest building, ready to call the children to classes. Learn More
  20. Five Young Ladies Rehearsing Their Parts - Gifford

    Five Young Ladies Rehearsing Their Parts - c. 1892

    In this early Benjamin Gifford photo, we see five girls in matching dresses apparently rehearsing for a stage performance. Learn More
  21. Four High School Girls at a Sleep Over

    Four High School Girls at a Sleep Over - c. 1914

    This wonderful photo by an unknown photographer was created by either a professional or a talented amateur. The quality of light creates a classic scene. Learn More
  22. Four Northern Shoshone & Bannock Men - Wrensted

    Four Northern Shoshone & Bannock Men - c. 1895

    The two standing men in this photo are identified: Jack Edmo, a Northern Shoshone, is on the left, and Joe Warren, a Bannock, is on the right. Learn More
  23. Front Street Portland in 1852 - Buchtel

    Front Street in Portland in 1852

    This circa 1900 photo was copied from an original daguerreotype attributed to Joseph Buchtel. It shows Front Street from Ash Street to Salmon Street, with the docks in the distance. Learn More
  24. Girls Studying Their Reading Lesson - Lange

    Girls Studying Their Reading Lesson - 1939

    This photo of six girls was taken on the steps of Lincoln Bench School, near Ontario, in Malheur County, by Dorothea Lange in October, 1939. Learn More
  25. Happy Campers - Stevens

    Happy Campers - c. 1900

    This group of campers inspires the rest of us to load up our canvas tents and wooden stools and take to the woods. They certainly are enjoying themselves. Learn More
  26. Henry Gans' Grocery, Oswego

    Henry Gans' Grocery, Oswego - c. 1890

    Henry Gans and his family gather outside their dry goods and grocery store on the south side of McVey Avenue, near Bickner Street. Learn More
  27. Hop Farmers Conversing on a Drug Store Corner - Lange

    Hop Farmers Conversing on a Drug Store Corner - 1939

    This Depression-era photo of an Independence, Oregon street corner shows a gathering of local hop farmers discussing politics and other pressing issues of the day. Learn More
  28. Hop Pickers, Near Skokomish Reservation

    Hop Pickers, Near Skokomish Reservation - c. 1900

    We don't know the names of these women or their daughters, but they are typical of many residents of the Skokomish Reservation who worked in nearby hop fields at the turn of the last century. Learn More
  29. Hop Workers near Mount Angel

    Hop Workers near Mount Angel - 1909

    With historic group photos, if you look closely, you can almost hear the individuals telling their stories. Here we see hop workers, an occupation that both then and now was plain hard work. Learn More
  30. In Their Sunday Best - Ford

    In Their Sunday Best - c. 1898

    Five siblings line up on a rustic porch - likely in a logging camp - to pose for a family portrait. Their hats alone make the photo notable. Learn More
  31. Lunch at Mazama Camp - Patterson

    Lunch at Mazama Camp - 1913

    There are lots of fascinating details in this photo of the climbing club the Mazamas as they break for lunch, during a climb at Mt. Adams. Learn More
  32. Lunch on Road to Crater Lake - Tibbitts

    Lunch on Road to Crater Lake - c. 1908

    A group of tourists, probably traveling by stagecoach, stop at the side of the road to Crater Lake to enjoy a lunch break. Learn More
  33. Marine Band Members at Camp Compson, Gladstone

    Marine Band Members at Camp Compson, Gladstone - 1893

    An annual gathering of the Oregon National Guard brought these three (four, if you count the fellow asleep in the tent) musicians to Camp Compson in August of 1893. Learn More
  34. Members of the Pure Mountain Water League - Davis

    Members of the Pure Mountain Water League - 1916

    These distinguished members of the Pure Mountain Water League, most of them from Oregon City, were among the original promoters of the South Fork Water Project, built to bring clean water from the upper Clackamas River to Oregon City. Learn More
  35. Montgomery Ward Employees, Pendleton - Crippen

    Montgomery Ward Employees, Pendleton - 1929

    Dudes! The employees line up in their best western wear for a group portrait - perhaps in anticipation of a big sale. Learn More
  36. Nearing Summit of Castle Crest, Steel Excursion to Crater Lake - Kiser

    Nearing Summit of Castle Crest, Steel Excursion to Crater Lake - 1903

    Some of the twenty-seven members of the Steel Excursion make their way to the top of Castle Crest, near where Crater Lake Lodge now stands. Learn More
  37. Nursing Students, The Dalles General Hospital - Gifford

    Nursing Students, The Dalles General Hospital - c. 1919

    This image of a class of nursing students and their two instructors demonstrates Gifford's skill at using natural light when working outside his own studio. The sheer curtains soften the light and even the stark walls of the hospital. Learn More
  38. On Rim of Crater Lake, Will G. Steel Excursion - Kiser

    On Rim of Crater Lake, Will G. Steel Excursion - 1903

    Some of the principals of the Steel excursion are artfully posed on the rim of Crater Lake by the excursion's photographer, Fred Kiser. Learn More
  39. One Day's Catch at Big Lagoon - Meiser

    One Day's Catch at Big Lagoon - 1908

    Four college-age men show off their substantial catch, while camping in the woods near Big Lagoon, north of Arcata, California. Learn More
  40. Oregon Girls in New York - Bain News Service

    Oregon Girls in New York - c. 1910

    These young women from Oregon are posing in front of the Hotel Martha Washington - the first women's only hotel, opened a few years earlier in 1903. Learn More
  41. Pacific University Football Team

    Pacific University Football Team - c. 1911

    In this photo taken 20 years after Pacific University began its football program, the team poses at practice. It's not clear whether they removed their helmets for the photo, or just hadn't started wearing them in 1911. Learn More
  42. Party Leaving Medford, Steel Crater Lake Excursion - Kiser

    Party Leaving Medford, Steel Crater Lake Excursion - 1903

    In 1903, a promotional excursion to Crater Lake was organized by Will G. Steel, who advocated for the newly designated national park there for years. Learn More
  43. Party Leaving Stewarts, Will G. Steel Excursion - Fred Kiser

    Party Leaving Stewarts, Will G. Steel Excursion - 1903

    The Will G. Steel Excursion was organized by Steel to help promote the recently established Crater Lake National Park. Starting from Medford, the party spent their second night on the Rogue River at the mountain retreat of Joseph H. Stewart, a prominent Medford orchard owner. Learn More
  44. Pendleton Hose Team - Bowman

    Pendleton Hose Team - 1897

    The Pendleton Hose Team at the 1897 Eastern Oregon and Washington Firemen's Tournament at Baker City. Learn More
  45. Photo Engravers' Picnic at Canemah Park

    Photo Engravers' Picnic at Canemah Park - 1913

    Banners on the electric locomotive identify this scene for us - a picnic of the Portland Photo Engravers' Union held at Canemah Park south of Oregon City on August 10, 1913. Learn More
  46. Play Time at the Oregon Coast

    Play Time at the Oregon Coast - c. 1905

    Having fun at the beach, 1900 style. Great bathing outfits! Learn More
  47. Portland Wire & Iron Works

    Portland Wire & Iron Works - c. 1898

    Four of the men are identified in this group portrait of employees of the Portland Wire & Iron Works, located at 84 North Second Street in Portland, at the corner of Everett. Learn More
  48. Ready for a Night on the Town

    Ready for a Night on the Town - c. 1900

    Four young couples pose for a photo in Oswego while getting ready for some type of special occasion. Note the boutonnieres worn by two of the young men. Learn More
  49. Ready to Climb Mount Rainier - Rainier National Park Co.

    Ready to Climb Mount Rainier - circa 1930

    This very happy group are all lined up in (mostly) matching outfits, ready for their climb of Mount Rainier. Learn More
  50. Road Trip to the Beach

    Road Trip to the Beach - 1917

    These folks know how to have fun! A group of sisters from Portland (and their boyfriends) take a car trip to the Oregon beach. Learn More

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