University of Oregon

Abstracts of  Photograph Collections

Note: This is a work in progress

Special Collections & University Archives
Knight Library, 2nd floor North
University of Oregon

  • 91st Div. U.S. Signal Corps photographs c. 1914-1917
    PH309: 0.5 lin. ft./1 container
  • A house in the making [Construction of Leon Hirsch home], 1922
    PH203_045: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of construction of Leon Hirsch's Jacobean/Tudor-style home on Portland Heights, 1922. The house was designed by Sutton & Whitney and still stands. Hirsch was associated with the Meier & Frank company.
  • Edith F. Abel photographs
    PH279_01: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Edith F. Abel was a Methodist-Episcopal missionary in China from 1916 until World War II.
  • Frank G. Abell (1844-1910) photographs, 1870s-1880s
    PH200_003: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Frank G. Abell (1844-1910) was a noted commercial photographer who worked from San Francisco to Tacoma, 1862-1910. The collection consists of 32 images, primarily portraits, dating from the 1870s and 1880s.
  • Hugh Ackroyd (b. 1913) photographs, 1940-1950s
    PH200_018: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Hugh Ackroyd (b. 1913) is a retired commercial photographer from Portland, Oregon who focused on documenting ship-building and industry. The collection consists of five images of Portland shipping, 1940s-1950s.
  • Acme View & Advertising Co. of Portland, OR
    PH200_060: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Acme View & Advertising Co. was active in photography in Portland, OR 1890-1900.
  • Lee J. Adamson (1906-1969?) photographs, 1940s-1960s
    PH066: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Lee J. Adamson (1906-1969?) was a certified public accountant, conservative activist, speaker and writer. The collection consists of 23 images, primarily portraits of Adamson and his wife, dating from the 1940s-1960s.
  • John C. Ainsworth (1822-1893) photographs
    PH002: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    John C. Ainsworth (1822-1893) was a steamboat pilot and a principal in the Oregon Steam Navigation Co., The Oregon Central Railroad Co., and the Northern Pacific Railroad. The collection consists of 78 images: portraits of shipping personnel and Oregon landmarks, 1845-c. 1915
  • George B. Abdill photographs, 1875-1880
    PH200_061: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    George B. Aldill was curator of the Douglas County Museum in Oregon, and wrote books of railroad history. The collection consists of one image of a train wreck on the Oregon & California Railroad near Woodburn, Oregon, 1875-1880.
  • B.L. [Byron] Aldrich photographs
    PH197: 3 lin. ft./2 containers
    Nothing is known of Byron L. Aldrich, who may have been a partner in Aldrich & Bennett in Bridal Veil, Oregon. The collection consists of 23 panoramas of Oregon lumber companies during the 1950s.
  • W.C. Alexander photographs, 1914
    PH200_063: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Nothing is known of W.C. Alexander. The collection consist of one photo of a wagon axle-deep in mud in Vernonia, 1914
  • All Around Us (Lesson 8)
    PH261_003: 1 lin. ft./1 container
  • Albert C. Allen (1875-1972) photographs
    PH313: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    A.C. Allen (1875-1972) moved to the Rogue Valley of Oregon in 1904. He was an amateur photographer and cinematographer who filmed the first feature film made in Oregon, "Grace's Visit to the Rogue River Valley." The film was created as Rogue Valley's promotional contribution to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The collection consists of family images, family residences, and landscapes.
  • Margery Allingham (1904-1966) photograph, 1965
    PH327: 0.001 lin. ft./1 container
    Margery Louise Allingham (1904-1966) was an English crime writer, creator of Albert Campion. The collection consists of one image of Allingham, seated in an armchair with two dogs, 1965.
  • Ulius Louis Amoss (1895-1961) photographs, 1940s-1950s
    PH126: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Before, during, and after World War II, Ulius "Pete" Louis Amoss (1895-1961) engaged in espionage. His work included directorship of the OSS during the war and founder and director of the ISI, the International Services of Information Foundation, Incorporated. Amoss is credited with the coining the phrase "leaderless resistance." The collection consists of a portrait of Amoss in uniform, an image of his wife, and two of Amoss and wife together, dating from the 1940s-1950
  • Tom Anderson photographs
    PH201: 1 lin. ft./1 container
  • The Huitt collection of C.L. Andrews (1862-1948)
    PH001_1: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Clarence L. Andrews (1862-1948) was a customs official and an information officer in Alaska. He traveled widely, documenting landscape, wildlife, indigenous peoples, the introduction of reindeer, and the gold rush. He was a scholar of the Russian influence on Alaska, and an advocate for the rights of indigenous peoples. The collection consists of a letter from Andrews to Pauline Hanes, dated 1940, and includes seven snapshots by Andrews dating from the 1940s.
  • C.L. Andrews (1862-1948) photographs, 1805-1948
    PH001: 9 lin. ft./21 containers
    Clarence L. Andrews (1862-1948) was a customs official and an information officer in Alaska. He traveled widely, documenting landscape, wildlife, indigenous peoples, the introduction of reindeer, and the gold rush. He was a scholar of the Russian influence on Alaska, and an advocate for the rights of indigenous peoples. The collection consists of 1882 prints, negatives and albums primarily by Andrews; some by La Roche, Hegg and others.
  • Roy C. Andrews photographs, 1902-1955
    PH003: 9 lin. ft./37 containers
    Roy C. Andrews was a schoolteacher and administrator in Michigan, Texas, Arkansas, Washington and Oregon. He was a chemistry instructor at the University of Oregon from 1935 until his retirement in 1950. Andrews is noted for his photographs of one-room schoolhouses in southern Lane County, 1911-1913. The collection consists of photographs of schools, family & friends, hiking, and the University of Oregon..
  • Angelus Studio photographs
    PH037: 87 lin. ft./227 containers
    The Angelus Studio was a professional photographic company located in Portland, Oregon. The collection includes works by George M. Weister (1862-1922) and Arthur M. Prentiss (dates undetermined) among the studio photographers; owner Fred Clark also acquired images by previous local photographers. The Angelus Studio collection provides extraordinary documentation of the city of Portland, the Lewis & Clark Exposition of 1905, Oregon landmarks, and commercial operations including logging and fish packing.
  • E. & H.T. Anthony (1859-1892) stereos, 1860s
    PH194_009: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Edward Anthony began issuing stereos in 1859; his brother, Henry T. Anthony joined the firm in 1862. In addition to its massive stereo catalog, the company was the largest supplier of photographic materials in the U.S., providing cameras and studio props as well as papers and chemicals. The collection consists of seven images of New York City and New York State.
  • Jesse Applegate (1811-1888) photographs
    PH277: 2 lin. ft./1 container
    Jesse Applegate (1811-1888) was a member of a prominent Oregon pioneer family. He helped develop a route into southern Oregon, the Applegate trail, and was politically active. The collection consists of one anonymous drawing of Applegate.
  • O.C. Applegate (1845-1938) photographs, c. 1920s
    PH188: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Oliver Cromwell Applegate (1845-1938) was the sixth son of Lindsay Applegate, and assisted his father, who was subagent of the Indian agency, Ft. Klamath. He later became subagent at Yainax. During the Modoc War he served as scout and interpreter. In 1876 he was appointed general Indian agent for Oregon. In his later years he was recognized as a pioneer figure, and was often consulted by historians and writers of western fiction. The collection consists of a portrait and two candids of Applegate in mountain man attire.
  • Dr. John B. Appleton (1891-1953) photographs, 1930s
    PH195: 4 lin. ft./14 containers
    John B. Appleton (1891-1953) was a geographer and intelligence analyst. He traveled and researched in China, Japan and Korea in 1934-1936.The collection documents Appleton's travels in China, Japan, Korea and Manchuria in the 1930s including his passage through Oahu, Aden Port Said, Malta, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. The primary subject matter is the monuments of China and Japan, the landscapes and agriculture, and the lives of the workers. Aspects of rice, soybean and tea cultivation are captured, as are silkworm cultivation and silk processing; coal mining; and steel processing.
  • Herbert Edward Arntson (1911-1982) photographs
    PH061: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Herbert Edward Arntson (1911-1982) was a writer and professor of English at Washington State University. The collection consists of four documents advertising photography, two portraits believed to be of Arntson, and family snapshots.
  • Artcraft photographs, 1932
    PH200_019: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Artcraft was a studio and photography supply shop located in Grants Pass, OR. studio. It was operated by Philip A. Brainerd, his wife Ina, and Gordon A. Brainerd, presumably their son, into the 1970s. The collection consists of one image from 1932 of a portable community cannery.
  • Ashmore Family photographs
    PH336: 3 lin. ft./5 containers
    The Ashmore family were Americans active in missionary work in China. William Ashmore Sr. served 1850-1903 and his son, William Jr., from 1879-1925. The collection consists of family portraits, snapshots from the 1920s and 1930s, and albums from 1887-1925.
  • Ray Atkeson (1907-1990) collection of Tom Robinson
    PH281_1: 15 lin. ft./1 container
    Ray Atkeson (1907-1990) was a Portland photographer who received international acclaim for his images of landscape in the American West. Atkeson produced black and white documentary images and then became a pioneer in color photography. His love of mountains produced iconic images of the Cascades and skiers in Oregon, Utah and Idaho. Tom Robinson is Atkeson's official printer. The collection consists of selected black and white negatives (dates), selected dye transfer negatives, and large prints.
  • Ray Atkeson (1907-1990) photographs
    PH281: 20 lin. ft./446 containers
    Ray Atkeson (1907-1990) was a Portland photographer who received international acclaim for his images of landscape in the American West. Atkeson produced black and white documentary images and then became a pioneer in color photography. His love of mountains produced iconic images of the Cascades and skiers in Oregon, Utah and Idaho. The collection consists of XXXX black and white negatives (dates), slides, and XXX color transparencies The collection also includes work by Mira Atkeson, Ray's first wife and a noted photographer in her own right.
  • Aune studio photograph, 1870s
    PH200_020: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Peter O. Aune and his wife founded a photography studio in Portland in 1890 which was run by family members—brothers Struck and Amante and sister Aasta—until 1948. The collection consists of one portrait of Rev. James H. D. Henderson, c.1870s.
  • D.M. Averill photographs
    PH200_064: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    D.M. Averill had a photography shop in Portland about 1901, and sold postcards as well. His business was boosted by the Lewis & Clark Expo of 1905.
  • Azo (pub)
    PH200_065: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • E.J. Bailey photographs, 1889
    PH200_022: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    E.J. Bailey was a photographer in Seattle, Washington. The collection consists of three prints of the 1889 Seattle fire.
  • Henry Turner Bailey (1868-1931) photographs
    PH178: 2 lin. ft./3 containers
  • Walter S. Baker (1883-1962) photographs, c. 1905-1907
    PH040: 2 lin. ft./7 containers
    Walter S. Baker (1883-1962) was a farmer and electrical engineer in Salem, Oregon. The collection consists of 118 prints and 97 negatives, showing family and friends and scenes from Corvallis, Albany, and Newport. The amateur images date from c. 1905-1907 and are believed to be taken by Baker; the original negative wrappers have extensive technical notes. Some of the portraits are 19th century.
  • B. B. Bakowski ( -1911) photographs, 1890s-1910s
    PH200_021: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    B. B. Bakowski ( -1911) was a noted postcard photographer from Central Oregon, who disappeared during a blizzard at Crater Lake. He also marketed his work as Oregon Art Co. The collection consists of eleven postcards dating from c. 1890s-1910s, showing Wallowa, Enterprise and the Kelley creek viaduct.
  • Ball Studios photographs, 1920s
    PH200_023: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Ball Studios in Corvallis was established by W. Maurice Hall in 1903 and continues to operate. The collection consists of eighteen images from the 1920s, primarily of the Oregon Agricultural College, now Oregon State University.
  • Willis Todhunter Ballard (1903-1980) photographs
    PH056: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Willis Todhunter Ballard (1903-1980) was a writer of the western and mystery fiction genre. The collection consists of five images, presumably of Ballard.
  • A. J. Balliet's Views of Rampart, Alaska album, 1898-1902
    PH203_042: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one photograph album of A.J. Balliet— judge, attorney and miner—from Rampart City, Alaska, 1898-1902. People, structures, and activities including mining and construction. Primarily gelatin prints; one cyanotype.
  • Barnard Studio photographs, 1890s
    PH200_024: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    T.N. Barnard established a studio in Idaho in the 1880s and employee Nellie Stockbridge took over the business about 1908. The collection consists of three images documenting mining labor disputes at Wardner and Kellog, 1890s.
  • H. F. Bartels photographs, 1907
    PH200_066: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Harry F. Bartels (dates unknown) was active as a photographer in Portland 1907-1915. He was a member of the International Photographic Association and an agent for Commercial Photo Co. in 1915. The collection consists of one image of Cannon Beach from 1907.
  • Philip S. Bates (1868-1921) photographs
    PH200_025: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Philip S. Bates (1868-1921) was a prominent publisher in Portland, Oregon, and a photographer who specialized in boudoir views. The collection consists of three images of volcanic activity, dating from the 1880s.
  • John Bauguess photographs, 1970s
    PH338: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    John Bauguess (b. 1943) is a Eugene-area photographer and instructor who studied with Bernard Freemesser at the University of Oregon, and the San Francisco Art Institute. His work has been widely exhibited and published. The collection captures the community of Eugene's Willamette Street and the demolition of local businesses in the name of urban redevelopment during the early 1970s.
  • Bean-Condon family photographs, 1860s-1920s
    PH082: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Robert S. Bean (1854-1931) was an Oregon judge and the son-in-law of Thomas Condon (1822-1907) , noted Oregon geologist. The collection consists of forty images of the Bean family and the Thomas Condon family, and scenes of the University of Oregon campus, 1860s-1920s
  • Beekman Family photographs, 1870s-1930s
    PH039: 1 lin. ft./2 containers
    Cornelius C. Beekman was founder and owner of the Beekman Bank, Jacksonville, Ore. The collection consists of 36 vintage prints of Beekman family members and friends and a negative of the Aurora Colony church. Photographers include Britt, Aune, Winter, Wells, Bushnell, Tyler, Patton, and Pacific Photo Co.
  • Thomas Charles Bell photographs, 1917
    PH200_067: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Thomas Charles Bell (dates unknown) operated 1901-1907 in Astoria, 1911-1913 in Lebanon, 1915 in Junction City, and 1917 in Toledo. The collection consists of four postcards of Neah-Kah-Nie.
  • Percy Dwight Bentley (1885-1968) photographs, 1951-1962
    PH272: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Percy Dwight Bentley (1885-1968) practiced architecture in the Eugene area from 1939-1961. The collection consists of ten images showing work from c. 1950-1961.
  • Josef Berger (1903-1971) photographs
    PH058: 15 lin. ft./1 container
    Josef Berger (1903-1971) was a children's book author, political speechwriter, poet, and lyricist. The collection consists of 45 prints, primarily of Berger and family from the 1940s, many of them by a Life magazine photographer.
  • N.L. Berry photograph album, 1890s
    PH203_001: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    Nothing is known about N.L. Berry. The collection consists of one album showing people, houses and waterfronts in Enfield, CT; Cape Ann, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, MA; "Negro Village of Cottage City," MA. Three cyanotypes, mostly albumens. Photos by Berry and Atwood, 1890s.
  • Richard Crawford's "Beyond Black & White" photographs, 1980-2000
    PH334: 0.5 lin. ft./1 container
    "Beyond Black & White" was an exhibit by Richard Frazier Crawford (dates unknown) that depicted African-American men in Oregon, 1980-2000. The collection consists of 34 color images.
  • Wilfred Bicknell photographs, 1906-1916
    PH200_068: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Wilfred Bicknell (dates unknown) and his wife, Pearl, ran Centennial Art Studio in Portland, OR from 1906-1916. The collection consists of one image of the Al Kader Temple Band.
  • Henry J. Biddle photographs, c.1860s-1925
    PH181: 3 lin. ft./9 containers
    Henry J. Biddle (1862-1928) was an engineer and an amateur botanist. The collection consists of albums. Seven albums document his expeditions, by auto and by pack train, in Oregon, Idaho, Washington, and Alaskan wilderness areas. Another album and assorted prints document the Columbia Gorge landmark of Beacon Rock that belonged to Biddle, and his construction of a hiking trail up its steep terrain.
  • Bird/Bishop/Tingle family photograph album, c.1880s
    PH203_007: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of three photograph albums containing 82 images, primarily cartes de visite dating from the 1880s. The collection provides excellent exemplars of the carte de visite format and of portraiture styles for men, women and children from 1859-1900. It is noted for several portraits of author and traveler Isabella Bird. Images have been removed from albums.
  • Maury Whipple Bishop (1894- ) photographs
    PH093: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Maury Whipple Bishop (1894-?) was a Unity minister and a collector and proponent of the artificial language, Esperanto. The collection consists of thirty-two snapshots, many of them from Esperanto Conference at Rolla, Missouri, in 1961.
  • Sam Blackwell photographs
    PH271: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Sam Blackwell was an instructor at Lane Community College in written and visual communication from 1968 to 2000. He traveled extensively. The collection consists of proof sheets and negatives from the Willamette Valley in the 1970s.
  • Lillian Caldwell Blackwood (1877-1928) photographs
    PH236: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Mrs. Blackwood lived in Jacksonville, Ore. The collection consists of five snapshots of Blackwood and friends or family, c. 1900-1928
  • Blankenberg, J.M. of Dyea, AK
    PH200_069: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Lurton Blassingame (1904-1988) photographs, c. 1950s-1960s.
    PH256: 0.001 lin. ft./1 container
    Lurton Blassingame (1904-1988) was a notable literary agent. The collection consists of two snapshots, one of Del Annabel posing with moose antlers, the other of Tex Cobb with dog and body of wolf, c. 1950s-1960s.
  • Kurt Bloch (1900-1976) photographs
    PH136: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Kurt Bloch (1900-1976) was a German writer interested in the Far East and German relations. He was the author of "German interests and policies in the Far East" in 1940. The collection consists of snapshots of Bloch, family and friends, and souvenir images from his travels
  • John W. Blodgett, Jr. photographs
    PH209: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Mayo Methot Bogart (1904-1951) photographs, c. 1907-1940s
    PH103: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Mayo Methot Bogart (1904-1951) was an American film and theatre actress. She was married to Humphrey Bogart from 1938-1945. The collection consists of candid shots of the couple and portraits of their friends. Other Bogart images are included in the Von Rhein collection.
  • Boland, M.D. [WA]
    PH200_070: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Lloyd M. Bond (1918-2006) photographs
    PH351: 3 lin. ft./9 containers
    Lloyd M. Bond was a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects and spent than 50 years in private practice with projects in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, and California. The collection consists of images of his career and work.
  • Bonneville Dam construction photograph album
    PH203_020: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of the construction of Bonneville Dam, 1934-1936. Images by R.W. Oliver and Bichel; most unsigned. Shows housing, equipment, excavation, construction, spillways. Some workers are named.
  • Georgia Belle Booth photographs
    PH219: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Lemuel Evans Boren (1879-1961) photographs
    PH226: 0.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Lemuel Evans Boren (1879-1961) served in the Spanish-American War and in the Philippine Constabulary, 1901-1909.
  • Borthwick Family photographs
    PH177: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Alexander E. Borthwick (1835-?) was a Civil War veteran, railroad engineer and government servant who came to Portland in 1869. His son, William L. Borthwick (1881- ), was a civil engineer. The Borthwick family photographs consist of one album of family portraits, many by prominent early Oregon
    Photographers, an album of mining images, and some loose portraits.
  • Jonathan Bourne (1855-1940) photographs
    PH176: 0.5 lin. ft./2 containers
    Jonathan Bourne (1855-1940) was Portland, OR politician and progressive political activist. He served one term in the US Senate from 1906-1912. The collection consists of negatives and prints, many by the Angelus Studio, c. 1910-1940s.
  • Frazier A. Boutelle photographs, c. 1865-1924
    PH119: 2 lin. ft./4 containers
    Frazier Augustus Boutelle (1840-1924) served in the US Army for 57 years, fighting in the Civil War, in Indian wars, and working as a recruiter in World War I. In 1889-1990 he was Superintendent of Yellowstone National Park. The collection consists of documentation of Boutelle's career: military scenes of the Indian Wars from 1870s-1890s, images from the Philippines from 1898-1899, and the Yellowstone area 1889-1890.
  • Bowen, J.O.
    PH200_072: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Bill Bowerman (1911-1999) photographs
    PH339: 3 lin. ft./2 containers
    William J. "Bill" Bowerman (1911-1999) was an American track and field coach, a researcher, and co-founder of the Nike sportswear company. Bowerman led the University of Oregon track team, 1948-1972, and the United States Olympic track team, 1972. The collection is arranged by subject series in accordance with the papers.
  • Walter S. Bowman (1865-1938) photographs, 1880s-1920s
    PH004: 6 lin. ft./22 containers
    Walter S. Bowman (1865-1938) was a professional photographer who worked in Pendleton, Oregon, from the late 1880s to the mid 1930s. Bowman’s
    Photographs document daily life in Eastern Oregon, including special events such as the Pendleton Round-Up. The collection consists of almost 800 negatives and prints representative of the span of the photographer's work, but his noted images of tribal people were largely destroyed after his death.
  • Boyd & Braas of Seattle photographs, 1889-1893
    PH200_030: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    William F. Boyd and George H. Braas entered into partnership in a photography studio following the Seattle fire of 1889. Boyd was one of Seattle's earliest and most important photographers, maintaining a private studio before the partnership and after it dissolved in 1893.
  • Bradley & Rulofsen photographs
    PH200_073: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Henry W. Bradley (1813-1900) was a daguerreotypist who began work in New Orleans and migrated to California in 1850. He was in partnership with W.H. Rulofson (1826-1878) in San Francisco 1863-1877. Rulofson also worked in Canada 1847-1848, and was associated with Eadward Muybridge.
  • Brady, Matthew and Gardner, Alex
    PH200_074: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • J.H. Bratt photographs, 1890
    PH200_075: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    James Henry Bratt (dates unknown) was active in 1893-1895 in Astoria, then returned to work in Northern California. The collection consists of one copy print of a photograph of Astoria from 1890.
  • Edward Y. Breese (1912-1979) photographs, 1960s-1970s
    PH077 lin. ft./1 container
    Edward Y. Breese (1912-1979) was a popular fiction writer, under the names: Brett Halliday, Zane Grey, Ned Buller, Edward Buller or Y.B. The collection consists of two photos, one of Breese and his wife attending a wedding c. 1960, and a snapshot of them in later years.
  • Souvenir of Bridal Veil Lumbering Company photograph album, c. 1904
    PH203_039: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one published volume of 22 photographs and accompanying text, documenting the history and operations of the Bridal Veil Lumbering Company, c.1904. Bridal Veil was a logging company town and housed a finishing mill; nearby Palmer had the rough-cut mill. Includes named portraits and biographies of executives and all employees.
  • J.A. Briggs photographs, c. 1894
    PH200_076: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    John A. Briggs (dates unknown) operated a studio 1884-1888 in Pendleton and The Portable Photographic Studio in Pleasant Hill, OR. The collection consists of one portrait dated about 1894.
  • Peter Britt (1819-1905) photographs, 1850s-1905
    PH022: 3 lin. ft./4 containers
    Peter Britt (1819-1905) was one of Oregon's most successful early photographers as well as an agricultural innovator. His studio in Jacksonville flourished for many years. Britt captured the first images of Crater Lake in 1874 and documented the people and the landscape of Southern Oregon. The collection consists of 146 images, about half vintage, representing the range of Britt's work: Oregon portraits, landscapes and places. There are also examples of the work of Emil Britt, Peter's son.
  • Herman Brookman (1891-1973) photographs, c. 1923-1940s.
    PH114: 12 lin. ft./19 containers
    Herman Brookman (1891-1973), AIA, was a residential architect who practiced in the Northwest beginning in 1925, and helped shape the regional style. Among his most notable buildings are the residence of M. Lloyd Frank, "Fir Acres," (now part of the Lewis & Clark College campus); the Clackamas River residence of Julius Meier, "Menucha"; and the Temple Beth Israel. The collection consists of documentation of design and architectural and decorative details, by professional photographers, of residences and several other structures designed by Brookman.
  • Beverly Brown (1951-2005) photographs
    PH343: 3 lin. ft./8 containers
    Beverly Brown (1951-2005) studied at Highlander Center and, in 1984, founded the Jefferson Center for Education and Research to help empower rural workers in building their community. The collection documents Brown's life and friends.
  • Harold M. Brown (1887-1956), photographs of Vernonia, 1940s
    PH200_004: 1 lin. ft./2 containers
    Harold M. Brown (1887-1956) was noted for his logging and shipping photographs. The collection consists of 38 images, most dating from 1948, of logging operations in Vernonia, Oregon.
  • W. Henry Brown (1844-1886) stereos, 1880s
    PH194_007: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    W. Henry Brown (1844-1886) was a stereo photographer active in the American Southwest. With G.C. Bennett, he formed Bennett & Brown (active 1870s-1880s). The collection consists of 23 images, including eight from the series "A Visit to Los Cerrillos Mining District" and eight from "The Indian Pueblo of Cochiti and Vicinity."
  • Brown's Studio photographs, 1920s
    PH200_078: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    F.J. Brown (dates unknown) operated a studio in Salem, OR. The collection consists of one group portrait from the 1920s of a PTA convention.
  • Brubaker Aerial Survey photographs, 1920s
    PH200_079: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Brubaker Aerial Surveys is one of the most prominent aerial photography companies in the Northwest, and produced many of the government survey images. The collection consists of eleven images of Portland, most dating from the 1920s
  • John Ray Bruckhart (1887-1979) photographs, 1910-1973
    PH059: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    John Ray Bruckhart (1887-1979) worked for the US Forest Service 1909-1954, a supervised the Willamette National Forest 1938-1954. The collection consists of 22 images dated c. 1910-1973 related to Bruckhart's work as a forester: camps, gatherings, forests. There are two prints from 1931 showing Yakama tribal members in the huckleberry fields.
  • Joseph Buchtel (1830-1916) photographs
    PH200_005: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Joseph Buchtel (1830-1916) arrived in Portland about 1853. He was a leading citizen of Portland and its foremost photographer for many years. The collection consists of 24 images: 18 portraits, three views from the 1874 Portland fire, two miscellaneous views, dating 1870s-1880s. Other Buchtel works appear in the A.P. Dennison collection, PH228.
  • Albert Burch photographs
    PH227: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Julia Burgess photographs
    PH185: 7 lin. ft./23 containers
    Julia Burgess was a professor at the University of Oregon and sister of the book collector, Edward Burgess. The collection consists of documentation of incunabula and manuscripts; art reproductions; family portraits and the family home, and Julia's travels.
  • William B. Burke photographs, 1900s-1930s
    PH005: 2 lin. ft./7 containers
    William Burke (dates unknown) photographed the Southern Oregon communities of Coos, Curry and Douglas counties from the 1900s to the 1930s. The collection consists of 380 images, prints and negatives, of community events, shipping, railroads, logging, mining and ship-building.
  • Tom Burns photographs (1876-1957) [UNPROCESSED]
    PH289: 9 lin. ft./17 containers
    Thomas J. Burns, known as "Tom Burns of Burnside," was a political and social reformer and radical of Portland, Ore.
  • William H. Burton photographs, c. 1912-1940s
    PH006: 8 lin. ft./27 containers
    William H. Burton (1890-1964) was an educator and amateur photographer who lived on the Oregon coast and attended the University of Oregon 1912-1915. The collection consists of 549 prints and negatives primarily of the vicinity of Newport, Oregon, the University of Oregon campus and student activities, and New York City.
  • Burton/Lake/Garton family
    PH230: 3 lin. ft./6 containers
    The Burton/Lake/Garton family were Oregon pioneers. Kate Burton Lake and her daughter, Margarita John Lake, were missionaries in San Francisco at the Oriental Home, seeking to protect Chinese immigrant children from exploitation. The collection consists of 503 images, portraits and snapshots, of family members, and a handful of images documenting the services to children.
  • Corry A. Bushnell (ca.1866-1941) photographs
    PH200_080: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Corry A. Bushnell (ca.1866-1941) was active in Ellensburg, WA 1891-1895, Eugene 1896, Yakima 1898, Seattle 1902-1914 and 1915-1925.
  • Claude R. Butcher (d.1983) photographs, 1920-1967
    PH042: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Claude R. Butcher (d. 1983) was an architect in Kansas, Washington and Oregon noted for the artistic quality of his renderings. The collection consists of 17 prints of Butcher's models and constructed buildings, 1920-1967.
  • Wally Butterworth (1901-1974) photographs, 1930s-1960s
    PH144: 2.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Herbert Wallace (Wally) Butterworth (1901-1974) was a radio announcer for NBC radio and host for numerous variety and quiz programs for both radio and television. Later in life he became involved in conservative political causes. The collection consists of photographs primarily related to his broadcasting career. There are several phonograph records and tape recordings related to his political work.
  • C.W.R. Co. album of pulp and paper manufacturing processes and products,
    PH203_019: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of C.W.R. Co, logging, pulp and paper manufacturing processes and products, with extensive captions. Shows equipment, facilities, and personnel. Some photos by Brubaker Aerial Survey, most by Acme. 1910
  • Calbreath Family photographs, 1870s-1910s
    PH087: 2.5 lin. ft./2 containers
    John F. Calbreath was an Oregon physician, state senator, and superintendent of the Oregon State Insane Asylum, 1899 to 1908. He married Irene Smith, daughter of Sidney Smith, Oregon pioneer. The collection consists of 66 images, primarily 19th c. vintage portraits of friends and family by Oregon and San Francisco photographers.
  • Cal Calvert (d. 1930) photographs
    PH200_081: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Charles E "Cal" Calvert (d. 1930) and members of his family ran post card studios producing on-demand Cyko postcard images as souvenirs from 1906-1930 in Portland and 1915-1925 in Oregon City.
  • Cantwell of Semome, WA
    PH200_082: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Robert Cantwell (1908-1978) photographs
    PH138: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Robert Cantwell, novelist, biographer, essayist, and editor, was born in Little Falls, Wash., and attended the University of Washington. He worked in a plywood factory at Hoquiam, Wash., 1925-1929, and did free-lance work, 1929-1935. He was on the editorial staff of Time, 1935-1936, and Fortune, 1937, associate editor of Time, 1938-1945, literary editor of Newsweek, 1949-1954, editorial consultant of Sports Illustrated, 1956-1960, and senior editor from 1961.
  • Cape Shoalwater photographs
    PH190: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Cape Shoalwater is located along Washington State’s coastline. It is known for the rapid erosion that occurs there. The collection consists of images from the 1960s-1980s documenting the erosion.
  • Capital National Bank printer's cuts, 1885-1890s
    PH045: 0.3 lin. ft./1 container
    Capitol National Bank was founded in Salem, Oregon in 1885 and was an important financial institution in the community, eventually becoming First National Bank of Salem in 1923 and then merging with Salem Bank of Commerce in 1929. The collection consist of three copper printer's cuts: a silver prune fruit tree, Deady Hall on the University of Oregon, and an agricultural exhibit dated 1897.
  • Robert J. Carlson photographs, 1960s
    PH203_059: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album travelogue of the Pendleton area in the 1960s, created for a class at the University of Oregon. Robert J. Carlson is the author of the text; the photographer is unknown.
  • Catterlin brothers photographs, 1870s-1880s
    PH200_031: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Frances Judd Catterlin (b. 1864) and William H. Catterlin were brothers and Oregon photographers. F.J. had a succession of studios in Salem, 1885-1893. William operated as an itinerant in 1872, then in Salem 1873-1876, and Portland 1894-1911. The collection consists of fourteen images, eight portraits and six exteriors, 1870s-1880s.
  • Caverly, P.A. and wife
    PH200_083: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Cawthon & Warren photographs, 1888-1889
    PH200_084: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    James B. Cawthon (sometimes spelled Cawthorn) was active in Portland, OR 1888-1889. He was a partner in Cawthon & Warren in 1885. This may be the same Cawthon active in Kelso and Palouse, WA in 1895.
  • Hazel Chamberlain photographs, c. 1920s
    PH229_2: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Hazel Chamberlain was a missionary teacher in Villarica and Concepcion, Paraguay, for the Inland South American Missionary Union of New York. The collection consists of thirty images, primarily from Paraguay, 1920s.
  • O.P. Champlin (1843-1926) photographs, 1870s-1940s
    PH280: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Oliver P. Champlin (1843-1926) was a Congregational minister in the Great Plains. The collection consists of 25 prints of Champlin, friends and family. There are four copy prints of 1870s portraits.
  • Ralph W. Chaney (1890-1971) photographs, 1920s-1950s
    PH118: 6 lin. ft./27 containers
    Ralph Works Chaney (1890-1971) was a conservationist and professor of paleobotany at the University of California--Berkeley 1923-1957. He traveled with Roy Chapman Andrews' Central Asiatic Expedition in 1925. The collection consists of over a thousand images, primarily specimens of paleobotany from the 1920s-1950s.
  • Maristan Chapman Papers
    PH184: 1.25 lin. ft./4 containers
  • E.P. Charlton & Co. photographs
    PH200_085: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    E.P. Charlton & Co. was a Portland, OR company that got its start at the Lewis & Clark Expo, and published scenic images.
  • Cherrington brothers photographs, 1880s-1890s
    PH200_032: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Thomas J. and William M. Cherrington were brothers and Oregon photographers who ran a studio in Salem 1891-1893. Thomas worked in Salem 1888-1889 and in Dallas 1901-1911. The Cherrington Studio was acquired by Cronise. The collection consists of seven images, mostly portraits, 1880s-1890s.
  • China Missionary photographs
    PH279: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Christian of Spokane, WA
    PH200_086: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Church Studios of Enterprise, OR
    PH200_087: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Churchill of Albany, OR (pub)
    PH200_088: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Circuit Riders, Inc. photographs, 1950s-1960s
    PH044: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Circuit Riders, Incorporated was a group, formed in Cincinnati, Ohio, whose purpose was to spread the gospel of Christ. However, during the late fifties and sixties the focus of the Circuit Riders expanded to include the investigation of socialist-communist infiltration into all churches, government, education and the civil rights movement. The collection consists of one box of about 100 snapshots of SDS student activism (late 1950s-1960s) and one box of 8x10 prints of the 1957 March of Washington, about 45 of a Ku Klux Klan rally in Ohio, and about 45 of the March on Selma (probably 1965).
  • Charles W. Clark photographs, 1908-1917
    PH200_089: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Charles W. Clark (dates unknown) and his brothers (James H. is known) were active 1908-1917 in Roseburg. The collection consists of two prints of the Oregon State Soldiers Home in Roseburg.
  • F. Melvin Clark photographs, 1913-1915
    PH200_090: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    F. Melvin Clark (dates unknown) was active in Eugene, OR 1913-1915 as Clark's Studio. The collection consists of two agricultural images.
  • Gordon & Elaine Clark photographs
    PH284 lin. ft./1 container
    Gordon and Elaine Clark were Portland, OR residents and a husband and wife photographic team. Active in environmental efforts, they chronicled the landscape of their hiking areas. Elaine was also a poet.
  • Robert D. Clark (1910-2005) Honors College portrait
    PH320.1: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    Robert D. Clark (1910-2005) was a scholar and president of the University of Oregon, 1969-1975. This collection consists of one portrait of Clark and is owned by the Clark Honors College.
  • Robert D. Clark (1910-2005) photographs
    PH320: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Robert D. Clark (1910-2005) was a scholar and president of the University of Oregon, 1969-1975.
  • Charles L. Clevenger photographs, c. 1886
    PH200_091: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Charles L. Clevenger (dates unknown) was documented as an active photographer 1901-1907 in Grants Pass. The collection consists of four scenes illustrating the impact of a poker game on domestic life, c. 1886. The models are identified.
  • Clarence E. Clifford photographs
    PH200_092: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Clarence E. Clifford was a photographer active in Albany, OR 1915-1917.
  • John S. Clough photographs
    PH200_093: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    John S. Clough, also spelled Clow, had a photographic gallery in San Francisco, CA 1881-1884.
  • James Cloutier photographs, 1977
    PH263: 3 lin. ft./5 containers
    James Cloutier is a native Oregonian artist and photographer who began his study of art at the University of Oregon in 1958 and went on to earn an MFA. His drawings and photographs document the history of culture in Oregon, often with humorous twists, such as can be found in his illustrated map of Eugene, Oregon incorporating more than 300 local businesses with cartoon imagery. The images in the University of Oregon Library's collection feature the people of the small town of Alpine, Oregon from his 1977 book.
  • Coast rail construction photograph album, 1910s-1930s.
    PH203_036: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of 29 snapshots of railroad construction on coast of Oregon, primarily a steam shovel at work. Some river shots. C. 1910s-1930s. Photographer unidentified.
  • Coburg landscape photographs, c. 1970s
    PH200_056: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of a series of ten large prints of landscape in the Coburg area of Lane County, Oregon, probably related to development plans. The
    Photographer is unknown.
  • Elmer Andrew Coe photographs, 1903-1911
    PH200_094: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Elmer Andrew Coe (dates unknown) was a photographer operating 1903-1911 in Astoria, OR. The collection consists of two post cards.
  • Columbia Commercial Studios photographs, 1917
    PH200_095: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    J.H. Gensler ran the Columbia Commercial Studios in Portland, OR in 1917.
  • Community Diversity collection
    PH229: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
  • Miriam L. Condon photographs
    PH220: 0.5 lin. ft./1 container
  • Thomas Condon (1822-1907) geological photographs
    PH223: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Thomas Condon (1822-1907) was a geologist and professor at the University of Oregon. The photographs are of specimens collected by Condon and identified by him.
  • Herbert Wheaton Congdon (1876-1965) photographs
    PH011: 9 lin. ft./32 containers
    Herbert Wheaton Congdon (1876-1965) was an architect who specialized in Episcopalian church buildings and furnishings. The collection consists of approximately 800 negatives of Congdon family photographs and of Congdon churches on the East Coast.
  • Coos Bay aerial negatives
    PH200_001: 0 lin. ft./57 containers
    The collection consists of glass-format negatives of aerial photographs of the Coos Bay area. It appears to duplicate prints held by the Maps & Aerial
    Photos units of the Documents Center.
  • Rex Cordill album, 1908-1923
    PH203_054: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Rex Cordill was an inventor who lived in California. The collection consists of an album. The first four images show Cordill and San Francisco officials Mayor "Sunny Jim" Rolph and Fire Chief Murphy at a 1920s event testing Cordill's fireproof drywall. The rest of the album is Cordill and his family, and their vacations at Santa Monica and other California destinations, 1908-1923.
  • Ray Howard Corey (1880-1962) photographs
    PH267: 6 lin. ft./8 containers
    Ray Corey (1880-1962) an engineer he specialized in water supply and sewage disposal plant design and construction. From 1932-1939 he was state engineering inspector for Oregon and Washington P.W.A. projects, and from 1939-1952 a consulting engineer. The scrapbooks contain photographs of construction details for major projects in which Corey was involved.
  • Cornish, J. [?] of Albany, OR
    PH200_097: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • W.S. Cotton Stereos for Julius M. Wendt Co.
    PH200_053: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Walter S. Cotton was active in Portland, Oregon from 1914-1917. The collection consists of seventeen stereo images of Portland, Oregon, c. 1914-1917. All images were published by Julius M. Wendt Co. of New York.
  • Council Crest Company of Portland, OR (pub)
    PH200_098: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • William Robert Cox (1901-1988) photographs
    PH094: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    William Robert Cox (1901-1988) was a prolific writer for the pulp fiction magazine industry during the 1930s-early 1950s and wrote for television. The collection consists of two images: a portrait of Cox from the 1960s and a snapshot of T. Vern Athanaus from the 1950s.
  • Lucille Cardin Crain (1901-1983) photographs
    PH107: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Lucille Cardin Crain (1901-1983) was an American author, editor, and conservative political activist who was dedicated to examining how "leftist" and "collectivist" ideas and philosophies were disseminated among women's groups and organizations and through high school and college textbooks. The collection consists of personal snapshots of Crain, friends and family, and her travels.
  • Charles L. Cramer photographs
    PH200_099: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Charles L. Cramer was a photographer active in San Francisco, CA 1865-1905. He operated the California Photographic Gallery 1869-1905, partnered in Oakland as Bailey & Cramer 1877-79, and Bayley & Cramer in San Francisco 1865-1868. His wife, Melinda E. Cramer, assisted in the work 1896-1900 and their son, Frank Cramer, worked 1896-1901.
  • Crawford Isbell (1837-1864) photographs
    PH168 lin. ft./1 container
    Crawford Isbell (1837-1864) lived in Eugene, Oregon but worked in mines in California. He was murdered "on the road between Canyon City and Eugene by one Henry Deadmond, who was hanged in this city [The Dalles, Ore.] for that crime on Feb. 7, 1865.” The collection consists of a tintype portrait of Isbell.
  • James G. Crawford (1850-1929) photographs, 1880s-1920s
    PH200_010: 0.3 lin. ft./1 container
    James G. Crawford (1850-1929) was an Oregon photographer active 1868-1925, chiefly in the Albany area. He was noted for his landscape work and published successful stereos. The collection consists of 46 images, primarily stereos, dating from the 1880s-1920s
  • Luther Cressman (1897-1994) photographs, c. 1930s-1980s
    PH344: 3 lin. ft./10 containers
    Luther S. Cressman (1897-1994) was a noted anthropologist and University of Oregon professor who focused on prehistoric man in Oregon. The collection consists of prints, negatives and transparencies, chiefly of artifacts. The collection is indexed in Cressman's card files.
  • Cronise Studio of Salem photographs
    PH200_033: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Anna Louise Cronise was an Oregon photographer. She acquired the Cherrington studio from her employer about 1893. The studio also involved her brother, Thomas J. ( -1927), who had a separate studio later; Howard D. Trover, who became her husband; and other members of the Cronise family. The collection consists of twelve images of Salem and its residents, 1880s-1910s.
  • Alexander Crosby (1906-1980) photographs
    PH132: 3 lin. ft./4 containers
    Alexander L. Crosby (1906-1980) was a journalist, editor, author of children's books and a political activist. Crosby was involved in activist causes such as housing for the poor, human rights and the Vietnam War. He was involved with leftwing activism, and corresponded with other liberals such as Alger Hiss, Leonard Boudin, James Aronson and Scott Nearing.
  • Cross & Dimmit Studio photographs, c. 1907-1915
    PH200_034: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Arthur B. Cross and Edward L. Dimmit Jr. were part of the Electric Studio photographic outfit in Portland, Oregon, 1909-1915 and went into partnership as Cross & Dimmit 1916-1935. The collection consists of four scenic postcards and a print, dating from approximately 1907-1915. Other Cross & Dimmit images appear in the Angelus Studio collection, PH037.
  • Wilma Crowe collection of tribal photographs, c. 1910
    PH036_x01: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Wilma Crow is a resident of Eugene, OR. The collection consists of seven unsigned glass plate negatives of tribal peoples dating from about 1910. One is a copy of Moorhouse's Cayuse Twins. The collection is attributed to Lee Moorhouse or his circle of acquaintances in the Pendleton area. The images are in poor condition.
  • Thomas Albert Curry Sr. photographs of David Belasco
    PH113: 1.25 lin. ft./3 containers
    Thomas Albert Curry (b. 1900) was a writer and the private secretary to noted American playwright, impresario, director and theatrical producer David Belasco (1853-1931) from 1914-1931. The collection consists of portraits of Belasco, his family and colleagues, and publicity shots from Broadway productions, compiled for an unpublished biography.
  • Asahel Curtis (1874-1941) photographs
    PH200_100: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Asahel Curtis (1874-1941) was the brother of noted Indian photographer Edward S. Curtis. They worked together initially then had a falling out over rights associated with Asahel's trip to the Klondike gold rush. Asahel worked for a number of Seattle newspapers and started his own firm in 1920. He was a noted citizen of Seattle.
  • Cyko (pub)
    PH200_101: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Ottar M. Dahl photographs
    PH065: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Ottar M. Dahl collected research materials on Antarctica and its exploration. The collection consists of one box of prints and slides, mostly related to Antarctica and polar exploration.
  • Davenport family photographs (1826-1911) photographs
    PH111: 6 lin. ft./4 containers
    Timothy Woodbridge (T.W.) Davenport (1826-1911) and his family left Ohio for Oregon in the early 1850s, settling in the upper Willamette Valley. T.W. Davenport was a farmer, surveyor, state representative, state senator, and special Indian agent at the Umatilla Agency in the 1860s. T.W. Davenport’s son, Homer Davenport (1867-1912) became the most highly paid political cartoonist of his time. He also traveled to the Ottoman Empire, returning with the first purebred Arabian horses in America. The collection consists of vintage images of the Davenport family, friends, and homes.
  • Crowe Girard Davidson (1910- ) photographs
    PH172: 3 lin. ft./6 containers
    Crowe Girard Davidson (1910- ) was an attorney and from 1956-1962 a member of the Democratic National Committee from Oregon
  • I.G. Davidson (1845-1922) photographs, 1870s-1890s
    PH200_009: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Isaac Grundy Davidson (1845-1922) was a very successful businessman who operated commercial photographic ventures in the 1870s-1890s. He was in partnership with several other photographers including his brother, John, and employed Wulzen. The collection consists of fifteen images, half portraits and half landscape.
  • George W. Davies (1855-1929) photographs
    PH200_102: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    George W. Davies (1855-1929) was active in Portland, OR 1879-1928. He worked as a printer for Abell 1877-1882, and operated Davies Studio 1901-1925.
  • Robert A. Davies photographs
    PH331: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Robert A. Davies the photographer is not yet identified, but is not the Oregon poet of the same name.
  • C. Gilman Davis (1918-1979) photographs
    PH142: 3 lin. ft./4 containers
    C. Gilman Davis (1918-1979) was an architect and professor of architecture in Portland, Oregon, noted for his interest in vernacular Oregon architecture. The collection consists of images of the Peter French Round Barn, the William Case house at French Prairie, the Lone Rock church, the Lindgren house, Davis' Fremont Methodist Church (1953), and a contemporary furnished interior.
  • Hugh C. Davis photographs, 1926
    PH200_103: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Hugh C. Davis (dates unknown) was active 1901 in Elgin, 1903 in Wallowa, and 1907-1913 in Flora. The collection consists of one copy print of the Chief Joseph monument, 1926
  • Jerome Davis (1891-1979) photographs, c. 1920s-1960s
    PH099: 3 lin. ft./6 containers
    Jerome Davis (1891-1979) was an international activist for peace and social reform, labor organizer, and sociologist , teaching at Dartmouth and Yale Divinity School. He was denied tenure in a controversial case related to his Socialism and relationships with Bolshevik leaders. The collection consists of two parts: personal snapshots; and international work including images of Gandhi during his vigil for his dead wife, the Central Executive Committee of the Communist Party of Great Britain, cooperative shops in Scandinavia, and an extensive series of lantern slides that illustrated a lecture on Russia.
  • Carley Robinson Dawson photographs
    PH124: 3 lin. ft./6 containers
    Carley Robinson Dawson is the daughter of composer Avery Robinson and Grace Chess Robinson, founder of the Mary Chess cosmetics business. She is a patron of belles lettres, the author of books for children and adults, and an ordained minister of Divine Science. The collection consists of personal images including vintage portraits of the Dawson, Robinson and Chess families, and Dawson's travels. Some images show Dawson at work in the Mary Chess Co. laboratories.
  • Barbara Day collection of Partridge photographs, 1880s-1900s
    PH245_x1: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Barbara Day is a descendent of the noted Partridge photographic family. The collection consists of thirteen images from Alaska, many from 1887.
  • Father De Smet (1801-1873) lantern slides, 1870s
    PH214_03: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Father Pierre-Jean De Smet (1801-1873) was a Jesuit missionary active in establishing missions to serve tribes of the Northwest. The collection consists of ten lantern slides with portraits of De Smet and locations where he worked, from the 1870s.
  • David L. DeHarport photographs
    PH282: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Horace C. Deitz photographs
    PH200_104: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Horace C. Deitz was active in Hood River, OR 1907-1915.
  • Pedro Augusto Del Valle (1893-1978) photographs
    PH076: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Lieutenant General Pedro Augusto del Valle (August 28, 1893 – April 28, 1978) was a United States Marine Corps officer who became the first Hispanic to reach the rank of Lieutenant General. He was active in the Defenders of the American Constitution ant-communism group. The collection consists of four portraits of officers, identified, and four images from a social gathering in a tropical location by Estudio Eldorado, 1940s. The military portraits are accompanied by a letter to General del Valle by Norman H. Jenkins, 1968, referencing political concerns.
  • Allen deLay photographs, 1940s-1980s
    PH300: 20 lin. ft./22 containers
    Allen deLay (1915-2005) was a professional news photographer active in Portland, Oregon, from the 1940s to the 1970s. The collection consists of negatives and prints from his professional work, and personal images from his service in the Aleutians. Negatives are arranged by date; prints are grouped by subject and cross-referenced to date when possible.
  • Edwin Willard Deming (1860-1942) photographs
    PH120: 9 lin. ft./13 containers
    Edwin Willard Deming (1860-1942) was an American sculptor, illustrator and writer, and a colleague of Frederic Remington, whose works are held by major museums. He began visiting tribes of Native Americans in 1887 and dedicated himself to portraying them accurately and with dignity. The collection consists of documentation of tribes he visited or lived with, including a 1913 residence with the Blackfeet in Glacier. The majority of the images are on nitrate film and are fragile.
  • DeMoss Family photographs
    PH151: 1.5 lin. ft./3 containers
    The DeMoss family was a band of Oregon troubadours who toured internationally. The town of DeMoss is named for them. The collection consists of portraits of the children and adults of the family, often displaying their many instruments.
  • Oliver Dennie photographs
    PH200_105: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Oliver Dennie or Dennee began his career in San Francisco, moving to Portland 1871-1875. In 1873 he also worked in Tacoma and Olympia, WA. Dennie returned to California and settled in the Santa Cruz area.
  • A.P. Dennison photographs
    PH228: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    A.P. Dennison was an Oregon government servant. At various times he was Indian agent at The Dalles, city recorder of Portland, superintendent of schools in Portland, and Adjutant General of Oregon. He operated the Dennison House, a hotel on Front Street, Portland.
  • Thomas Edmund Dewey (1902-1971) photographs, 1948
    PH026: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Thomas Edmund Dewey (1902-1971) was governor of New York and ran for president in 1944 and 1948, losing to Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the first race and, famously, to Harry S. Truman in the second. The collection consists of 20 snapshots of Thomas Dewey visiting Central Oregon during his presidential campaign of 1948.
  • Dielschneider Jewelry Store photographs
    PH167: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Dielschneider Jewelry Store, McMinnville, Ore., Records, 1877-1959
  • Brice P. Disque (1879-1960) photographs, c. 1912-1950s
    PH159: 3 lin. ft./11 containers
    General Brice Pursell Disque (1879-1960) led the monumental Northwest spruce production program to supply lumber for military aircraft, 1917-1919. Eight of the nine albums in the collection are official Army documentation of construction of logging camps, mills, logging roads and railroads; camp life and the civilians and military personnel engaged in the project; and timber felling, transport, and milling operations. The collection provides an unparalleled view of the scope and operations of the Spruce Production Division and the Spruce Production Corporation.
  • Beverly B. Dobbs (1868-1937) photographs
    PH200_106: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Beverly Bennett Dobbs (1868-1937) began his photographic career in Nebraska, then moved to the West Coast. He was active in Alaska during the gold rush but spent about twenty years in Washington State.
  • Don Quixote film stills, 1947
    PH203_003: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    Don Quijote de la Mancha (1947), the first full-length Spanish film version of the novel, directed by Rafael Gil, and allegedly the most faithful film version of the book ever made. The collection consists of one published album.
  • Sue Dorris photographs
    PH200_107: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Miss Sue M. Dorris was the proprietor of the Dorris Art Gallery in Eugene, OR 1891-1917. She was also involved in running the Winter Studio of Eugene with Clarence L. Winter. Dorris received a B.A. from the University of Oregon in 1890 and an M.A. in 1893.
  • R.R. Doubleday photographs
    PH200_108: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Ralph R. Doubleday (1881-1958) was born Edward Cochran but changed his name by 1910. He found his place as one of the most notable rodeo
    Photographers, capturing the first image of a cowboy in mid-air getting bucked off. The Doubleday-Foster Photo Co. of Miles City, MT produced
    Photographic post cards beginning about 1910, later evolving to "Doubleday," and worked with the Miller 101 Ranch Wild West Show. They were the official arena photographers for many of the major Western rodeos. Among their images were rodeo shots from Pendleton Roundup and the Calgary Stampede. The National Cowboy Museum holds the Doubleday negatives.
  • June D. Drake photographs, c. 1905-1915.
    PH031: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
    June D. Drake was a commercial photographer in Silverton, Oregon, from 1904-1960. He used his photographs of Silver Falls in an active and successful campaign to establish Silver Falls State Park in 1931. The collection consists of 28 vintage prints in studio mounts, documenting landscape and events in the
  • Silverton area. One series shows railroad construction.
  • Lee D. Drake (1882-1957) photographs, ca. 1910-1957.
    PH021: 3 lin. ft./5 containers
    Lee D. Drake (1882-1957) was a newspaper owner and civic booster in Pendleton and Astoria, Oregon. The collection consists of Drake’s amateur work and that of professional photographers from the Pendleton region, capturing images of the Pendleton Round-Up, tribal peoples of the region, and Drake friends and family.
  • William Duckering (d. 1933) photographs
    PH200_109: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    William Duckering (d. 1933) was active in Olympia, WA in 1895. He managed Wilse's Seattle Photographic Co. 1900-1913.
  • Duniway/Scott photographs
    PH246: 6 lin. ft./18 containers
    Dunlap, G.A. of Medford, OR
  • PH200_110: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Carrie E. Dunn photographs

    PH200_111: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Mrs. Carrie E. Dunn was a scenic photographer in Portland, OR 1909-1910.
  • Duryea, M.J. of Ashland, OR
    PH200_112: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Miles W. Earl photographs
    PH200_113: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Miles W. Earl was active in St. Johns, OR in 1900.
  • Eaton of Portland, OR
    PH200_114: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • James H. Eaton, Potter's Studio photographs
    PH200_115: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    James H. Eaton was active as a photographer in Portland, OR 1894-1909. He worked for Alvord 1894, J.S. Potter 1895-1896, and was active in Scotts Mills in 1913.
  • Ralph J. Eddy (1889-1970)
    PH200_116: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Ralph J. Eddy (1889-1970) and his brother Watson B. Eddy (dates unknown) were Oregon photographers active 1910-1925 in Portland and Oregon City. They produced photographic postcards.
  • Harold Hanne Elarth (b. 1885) photographs, 1904-1917.
    PH112: 3 lin. ft./2 containers
    Harold Hanne Elarth (b. 1885) was a U. S. Army officer who rose to the rank of Lt. Col. His major service was in the Philippine insurrection and with the Philippine Constabulary. The collection consists of four scrapbooks of photographs and essays documenting Elarth's "Philippine Constabulary Days," 19041917.
  • Electric Studio photographs
    PH200_117: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    The Electric Studio was a name used by several operators. In Portland Leonard J. Miller ran the studio 1910-1915. Another studio existed in Independence under the guidance of Jones. The Pendleton shop was run by O.G. Allen.
  • The Electric Studio/O.G. Allen photographs, ca. 1911-1913.
    PH033: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Orla G. Allen (c. 1879-?), commonly known as O.G. Allen, was a professional photographer operating in Pendleton, Oregon, circa 1910-1920. “Electric Studio” is a franchise name that appeared in locations throughout the West. The collection consists of five images and documents rodeo people and activities, and a Pendleton event. Other O.G. Allen images are available in other collections.
  • Elite (Successor to Bushby & Co.) Portland, OR
    PH200_118: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Elite Studio (Jones & Lotz 1880-1896) of San Francisco, CA
    PH200_119: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    The Elite Studio operated in San Francisco 1880-1900+. Thomas H. Jones ran it in partnership with G.M. Robinson and W.H. Rulofson in 1880; with Robinson 1881-1883, and Paul Lotz 1885-1897.
  • Ellis [Washington State]
    PH200_120: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Ellmaker Family photographs
    PH332: 9 lin. ft./6 containers
  • Ellsworth & Cardwell photographs, 1866-1867
    PH200_121: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    B.P. Cardwell and Frank Ellsworth were partners in a studio in Portland, OR 1866-1867.
  • Anne McGuigan Emery (b. 1907) photographs
    PH291: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Anne McGuigan Emery (1907-?) is an American writer for children and young people.
  • A.W. Ericson (1848-1927) photographs
    PH200_035: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Augustus William Ericson (1848-1927) and his family operated a commercial photographic studio in Humboldt County, California from the 1870s until 1955. The collection consists of twelve logging "Scenes in the California Redwoods" dating from about 1890.
  • Alice Henson Ernst (1880-1980) photographs, 1880s-1960s
    PH046: 1.5 lin. ft./4 containers
    Alice Henson Ernst (1880-1980) was an American writer and reporter, and the author of a 1961 history of Northwest theatre, "Trouping in the Oregon Country." The collection consists of 570 images, mostly snapshots and postcards from her travels in the Northwest and throughout the world. There are also theatrical images.
  • Eugene Obsidians photograph album, 1928-1934
    PH203_031: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of the Eugene Obsidians hiking group, 1928-1934. Clippings and snapshots from club outings to Castle Rock, Heceta Head, Mary's Peak, Bohemia, Fort Rock, Duval Falls, Proxy Creek, Green Peak, Eagle's Rest, Belknap Crater, Skyline Trail, Triangle Lake, South Sister, Cowhorn, Odell Lake, Mt. Thielsen, and Crater Lake.
  • Eugene Print Collection photographs
    PH213: 3 lin. ft./4 containers
    The Eugene Print Collection assembled images of the city of Eugene and its vicinity. The majority of the images date from the 1880s-1920s.
  • D. Perry Evans photographs
    PH200_122: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    David Perry Evans was active in Portland, OR 1903-1943. He worked for a number of other establishments: W.G. Cutberth, Portland Finishing Co., G.W. Davies, A.G. Churchley, and ran the Rose Studio in 1915.
  • F. Jay Haynes (1853-1921) stereos, 1881-c. 1890
    PH194_011: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Frank Jay Haynes (1853-1921) was a photographer noted for his images of the Northwest and Yellowstone. Haynes was official photographer of Yellowstone National Park and for the Northern Pacific Railroad. The collection consists of fourteen images, two of the Grand Canyon and twelve of Yellowstone.
  • George R. Fardon's San Francisco album: photographs of the most beautiful
    PH203_033: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    George R. Fardon (1806-1886) was an English photographer who operated in San Francisco, CA and Victoria, BC. The album consists of thirty images of San Francisco in 1856, published as a portfolio by Herre & Bauer. The San Francisco album is considered the first published compilation of photographs of any American city and the major work of Fardon’s career. This is one of ten known variant copies.
  • William Thomas Faricy (b. 1893) photographs, 1910s-1960s
    PH276: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    William Thomas Faricy was president of the Association of American Railroads, 1947-1958.The collection consists of images of Faricy advocating for railroads and meeting with political figures including Truman, Nixon, and Morse; and personal images from his boyhood, and a series from 1917 of Faricy in action as a bayonet instructor.
  • Farris photographs, 1919-1922
    PH200_124: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Farris (dates unknown) was involved with the Beaver Engraving Company, which may have been located in Portland. The collection consists of three images of Astoria, two of the waterfront, from 1919-1922.
  • Barbara Fealy (1903-2000) photographs
    PH350: 2 lin. ft./4 containers
    Barbara V. Fealy (1903-2000) was a renowned landscape architect, and the first Oregon woman named Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Two of her notable designs are Salishan Lodge and the Oregon College of Art and Craft.
  • Film Collection
    PH261X lin. ft./1 container
  • Fish for all seasons
    PH261_002: 1 lin. ft./1 container
  • Warren A. Flower photographs, 1910
    PH200_125: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Warren A. Flower was active as a photographer in Athena, OR in 1905. The collection consists of two images of the Oharrah & McBride harvesting crew in Weston at the cook wagon, 1910
  • William Fluhrer photographs
    PH100: 3 lin. ft./4 containers
  • Merton Bryant Folts (1902-1967) photographs
    PH060 lin. ft./1 container
    MISSING
  • Robert Lachlan Forbes photographs, 1853
    PH200_126: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Robert Lachlan Forbes (dates unknown) was active as a photographer 1865 in Jacksonville and 1868-1876 in Eugene, OR. The collection consists of one image dated 1853 of the Waldo Brass Band.
  • J. F. Ford (c.1862-1914) photographs
    PH200_048: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    John Fletcher Ford (c.1862-1914) was a Northwest photographer and an evangelist. His photography focused on logging and fishing camps. The collection consists of four images, three of Portland fire fighters from 1905 and one of a lighthouse. Ford images also appear in an album, PH203_014, and in the Angelus Studio photographs, PH037.
  • John Fletcher Ford (c.1862-1914) photograph album, 1910s
    PH203_014: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of 41 images signed by John Fletcher Ford (c.1862-1914), a commercial photographer in Portland, showing logging, landscape along Columbia River; city of Portland. One image of military crew on rotating gun emplacement.
  • Harrison Forman (1904-1978) photographs, 1930s-1960s
    PH139: 3 lin. ft./3 containers
    Harrison Forman (1904-1978) was a war correspondent, photographer, aviator, and explorer in Asia. The collection consists of 59 slides from Tibet in the 1930s, a small group of prints from his travels throughout the world (primarily Tibet, Northern China, and Indochina), and eight commercial filmstrips about Africa.
  • Fort Huachuca, Arizona photograph album, 1940s
    PH203_043: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of snapshots of African-American soldier and family at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, circa 1940s.
  • Foundation Press, Inc. photographs
    PH032: 0.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Nothing is known about the Foundation Press. The collection consists of twenty-three glass-plate negatives by an unidentified photographer, c. 1910, some in stereo format. The images show landscape, camps and individuals believed to be of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla.
  • Fowler Street Houses photographs
    PH200_058: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of thirty-four images documenting three houses on Fowler Street (#327, 337, and 357) in Roseburg, Oregon. The purpose of the collection is to document the properties for historical mitigation as required by local agencies.
  • Gardner Francis Fox (1911-1986) photographs
    PH128: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Gardner "Gar" Francis Fox (1911-1986) wrote adventure stories and comics, creating Steve Malone, Ghost Rider, and The Flash, and contributing to Detective Batman, Dr. Fate, Spectre, and Starman. He also wrote pulp paperbacks in several genres under an assortment of pen names. The collection consists of stills from a Western movie, c. 1950s.
  • John C. Franklin photographs
    PH200_127: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    John C. Franklin was a photographer operating in Redding, CA 1890-1893. He partnered with Howell in Yreka (1891) and Redding (1891-1893), with White in Redding 1890, and with Darlington in Redding 1893.
  • Frederickson's of Roseburg, OR
    PH200_129: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Bernard Freemesser (1926-1977) photographs
    PH302 lin. ft./1 container
    Bernard Freemesser (1926-1977) was a photographer and professor at the University of Oregon. He was the author of "An Oregon Experience" with Gerald H. Robinson.
  • Fred Michael Fuecker (1895-1975) photographs
    PH098: 0.75 lin. ft./7 containers
    Fred Michael Fuecker (1895-1975) served in the military from 1911-1955. The collection consists of seven albums of photographs, 1911-1924, documenting the people and activities of Fuecker's military units. 1. F. Batt. 1st USFA 1911-1914; 2. First Minnesota F.A., Mexican border 1916; 3. Le Bonne France [1917-1918]; 4. 151 F.A. 42nd Rainbow Div, June 24, 1917-May 1st 1918, AEF; 5. Camp McClellan, Ala. 1918-1919; 6. Camp Bragg, NC, Feb. 18-June 5, 1919; 7. Camp and Quarters [146th Field Artillery, 1923-1924]
  • Charles W. Furlong (1874-1967) photographs, 1895-1965.
    PH244: 5 lin. ft./9 containers
    Charles Wellington Furlong (1874-1967) was an explorer, adventurer, writer and scientist who documented his adventures in publications and notebooks and well as in photographs. The Furlong photographs include copies of his artwork, ethnographical evidence, historical events and personalities, and remote corners of the world. He was a competitor and chronicler for the Pendleton Round-Up.
  • Michael B. Galloway photographs, 1902
    PH200_131: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Michael B. Galloway (dates unknown) was active as a photographer 1901-1907 in Heppner, OR. The collection consists of one image of W.B. Minor's show herd, 1902.
  • John Ganis photographs
    PH335: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    John B. Ganis is a fine art photographer and professor of photography at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI. His photos are published with poetry by Stanley Diamond in "Consuming the American Landscape" and document the human impact on the landscape of the American West. The collection consists of color slides.
  • R.H. Gardiner (1856-?) photographs, 1880s-1890s
    PH200_052: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
    Roswell H. Gardiner (1856-?) and his wife (dates unknown) were itinerant Northwest photographers active 1887-1895. They spent time in Roseburg, Oregon, the Portland area, and Victoria, B.C. and did business as Atlantic Photo-View and Advertising Co., Great Eastern Photographic and Advertising Co., and Great Eastern Art Co. The collection consists of five images, two of ships and three "On the Line of the Oregon Pacific Railroad" dating 1880s-1890s.
  • Gardner, Alexander (1821-1882) of Washington, DC
    PH200_132: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • C.H. Gardner Stereos for Julius M. Wendt Co.
    PH200_054: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Winfield S. Gardner photographs
    PH200_133: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Winfield S. Gardner was active as a photographer in Corvallis, OR 1886-1913. He was a partner in Chase & Gardner in 1905.
  • Doris Gates (1901-1987) photographs
    PH158: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Doris Gates (1901-1987) was an American children's librarian, editor and author. Her best known work is Blue Willow (1940). The collection consists of publicity photos of Gates and snapshots of her, plus snapshots and portraits from her fans.
  • John Gates (1827-1888) photographs, 1880s
    PH186: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    John Gates (1827-1888) was a native of Mercer, Me. He came to Portland, Ore., in 1860, and became construction engineer for the Oregon Steam Navigation Co. and the Oregon Railway and Navigation Co. From 1885 to 1888 he was mayor of Portland. The collection consists of vintage prints, primarily boudoirs, by Southern California photographers E.A. Bonine, F.H. Rogers, and Ellis & Son. One image is by Heath & Smith of Portland, ME; one by R.G. Morrision of Seattle, one by S.B. Graham of Portland, OR and four by Partridge of Portland, OR.
  • M.C. George (1849-1933) photographs
    PH242: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Melvin Clark George (1849-1933) was an Oregon pioneer and politician. The collection consists of forty-three (some are duplicates) portraits of George and family members, by noted photographers Abell, Moore, LaRoche, Gifford, McAlpin, Butterworth and Aune.
  • Florence & Walter Gerke photographs
    PH275: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Florence Holmes Hill Gerke (1896-1964) and Walter Henry Gerke (c.1891-1982) were a married couple who worked as Oregon landscape architects 1924-1964. They designed gardens in Washington Park, Lloyd Center, Dammasch State Hospital and the Shriners Children's Hospital. The collection consists of three matted photos of a garden designed for Mr. & Mrs. Herman Blaesing, Jr. of Portland.
  • Getty's Photo Studio photographs
    PH200_134: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Mark Getty and Ira McCool partnered in a photographic studio in Lakeview, OR in 1911.
  • Benjamin A. Gifford (1859-1936) photographs
    PH200_037: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Benjamin A. Gifford (1859-1936) was a noted Oregon photographer who had studios in Portland and The Dalles. The collection consists of eight scenic images, six postcards and two prints, dating from about 1915-1930. Other Gifford images appear in the Angelus Studio collection, PH037.
  • J.K. Gill Co. photographs
    PH200_135: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    The J.K. Gill Co. was a major Northwest retailer of office supplies and a bookstore based in Portland, OR 1878-1999. It was created by Joseph K. Gill who later took in his brother, John, as a partner. John Gill was a member of the Oregon Camera Club 1900-1906.
  • Charles Glen's Sutherlin photograph albums, 1909-1911
    PH203_030: 0.1 lin. ft./2 containers
    The collection consists of two albums belonging to Charles G. "Gooch" Glen depicting the town of Sutherlin and nearby scenery. Snapshots showing local ranches and people, opening of Sutherlin Ditch, Studebaker touring car, SL& W Co. engineers surveying, well drilling, Chi Lodge bunch, sheep ranching, opening of bank, trains, Rock Creek.
  • Glendale, Oregon photograph album, 1890s
    PH203_040: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of 51 images showing the people, industry and town of Glendale, Oregon, c. 1890s. Views include sheep farm, town, lumber mill, mining operations, hotel, depot, children, saloon, Beehive store, and recreation. Several pictures of dog with adopted cougar kits.
  • Golden West Studio, San Francisco. Copyright D.C. Moses for W. C. Riddle
    PH200_136: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Gould, A.J. ?
    PH200_137: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Gregory D. Gorfkle photographs
    PH312: 3 lin. ft./1 container
    Gregory D. Gorfkle is an American photographer who documents American landscape using a 360-degree Cirkut camera. The collection consists of two black and white panoramas, "Ecola Wave, 1989" and "Point of Arches, 2001."
  • Martin W. Gorman (1853-1926) photographs
    PH170: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Martin W. Gorman (1853-1926) was a botanist. In 1906 he was appointed curator of the Forestry Building, part of the Lewis and Clark Exposition complex, and held this position until his death. The collection consists of 15 prints: 2 portraits of Gorman by Abell & Son, one of Gorman with a tree round, one of him seated in the Forestry Building, 2 copies of him standing at the door of the Forestry Building, two portraits of Gorman by A.B. McAlpin, and seven snapshots of military activities in India in the 1940s.
  • Grabill
    PH200_138: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • John G. Graham photographs
    PH200_045: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    John G. Graham is a resident of Atherton, CA. The collection consists of four snapshots, three of Portland, Eugene and Eastern rolling stock and one of Car 470 on Southern Pacific line.
  • Grand, William H. of Portland, OR
    PH200_139: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Jane Grant (1892-1972) photographs, 1900s-1970s
    PH141: 3 lin. ft./5 containers
    Jane Grant (1892-1972) was a New York City journalist who co-founded The New Yorker with her first husband, Harold Ross, and White Flower farm with her second husband, William B. Harris, the editor of Fortune magazine. Grant was an active feminist and founder of the Lucy Stone League. The collection consists of images of Grant, Ross, Harris, and White Flower farm. There are three boxes of prints and two albums, one of a trip to Europe in 1949, and one of White Flower Farm c. 1938-1950.
  • Hubert D. Graves photographs, 1898
    PH200_140: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Hubert D. Graves (dates unknown) was active as a photographer 1886-1887 in Portland and 1887-1908 in Roseburg. He operated the People's Gallery, a name also in use by unrelated studios in California. The collection consists of a portrait of the Christian Endeavor Society state convention, 1898.
  • James Taylor Gray (1852-1928) photographs
    PH007: 4 lin. ft./17 containers
    James Taylor Gray (1852-1928) was a ship designer and transportation magnate involved in railroads and shipping in Oregon and Alaska. The collection consists of 360 images documenting the family shipping interests, Alaska and the Yukon, Portland, and Gray and Howard family images. The 1909 funeral of Gen. O.O. Howard is documented.
  • Gray, S.E. & Wheeler, A.F./S.E. Gray Co of Salem, OR
    PH200_141: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    S.E. Gray was a partner in several Northwest photographic enterprises: Yantis & Gray, Olympia 1870, Salem 1867-1872, and Corvallis; Gray & Cromwell in Salem 1870; Gray & Dohse in Roseburg 1870; and with A.F. Wheeler in Corvallis.
  • William Buckhout Greeley (1879-1955) photographs
    PH252: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    William Buckhout Greeley (1879-1955) was chief forester of the U.S. Forest Service, and then secretary-manager of the West Coast Lumbermen's Association. The collection consists of portraits of Greeley, his colleagues, and images of Alaskan forests.
  • James R. Greenfield (1867-1960) photographs, c. 1890-1943
    PH241: 1 lin. ft./2 containers
    James R. Greenfield (1867-1960) was a graduate of the University of Oregon, a pioneer in mail order service, a lawyer, and a Chautauqua supporter. The collection consists of a UO Class of 1890 portrait album and 48 prints showing the Pacific Mail Order Co. operations, portraits of Greenfield and his classmates from UO (c. 1890-1892), travels, and family. The collection is noted for the 23 Winter Studio portraits, an Abell portrait of Thomas Condon, a W.S. Bowman portrait, and a McAlpin & Lamb image
  • Alice Wheeler Greve (1894-1984) photographs
    PH173: 3 lin. ft./3 containers
    Alice Wheeler Greve (1894-1984) was an Oregon writer.
  • George W. Griffith stereos, 1900
    PH194_010: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    George W. Griffith and his brother created Griffith & Griffith in Philadelphia in 1896. The company was based on the Underwood model, for which George had worked. In 1889 he began producing original images. In addition to landmarks, the company was noted for its humorous series. The collection consists of ten images from a Marital Bliss series published in 1900.
  • Elgin Earl Groseclose (1899- ) photographs, 1940s-1960s
    PH069: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Elgin Earl Groseclose (1899-1983) was an American economist, statesman, and author. The collection consists of eight snapshots of Groseclose and his family, 1940s-1960s.
  • Frederic R. Gruger (1871-1953) photographs
    PH152: 1.5 lin. ft./3 containers
    Frederic Roderigo Gruger (1871-1953) was a noted illustrator who worked for the Saturday Evening Post and the Book of the Month Club, and taught at the Pratt Institute. The collection consists of approximately 1300 film negatives of personal snapshots, 31 glass negatives of a biplane and aerial images labeled "Darant Holme c.1921-22" (many damaged) and 18 stereos of US and international landmarks. Many other Gruger photos remain in the Manuscript holdings.
  • Arthur M. Guttery (1885-1981) photographs, 1913-1938.
    PH089: 1.25 lin. ft./3 containers
    Arthur M. Guttery (1885-1981) was a Protestant minister and missionary for the Y.M.C.A. The collection consists of negatives, prints and an album, primarily related to Guttery's work in Asia, 1913-1938.
  • Laura Kennon Hall photograph album, 1907-1911
    PH203_012: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    Laura Kennon Hall of Baker, Oregon, graduated from the University of Oregon in Eugene in 1911. T The collection consists of one album showing campus life, interior shots of her room, and Beta Epsilon/Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Includes shot of Theodore Roosevelt during whistle-stop speech to save University of Oregon, Apr. 15, 1911. Several images of Baker are included.
  • Lindsley F. Hall photographs
    PH301: 4 lin. ft./10 containers
    Lindsley Hall was an archeological draftsman who participated in the excavation of the tomb of Tutankhamen. The collection consists of lantern slides and negatives from his extensive travels, documenting landmarks of art history.
  • Hall-Seely-Daly photographs
    PH253: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
  • Hamlin family album, 1906-1921
    PH203_010: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of the Hamlin family of Lane County, Oregon, 1906-1921. Primarily snapshots, many of children. Some identified as UO campus, Fruit-Grower's Picnic. Several images in men in WW1 uniforms. Last four pages have images of tribal workers at Seavey hop yard in 1919. Names include Miner Hamlin (child, appears frequently), Harrington, Henson, Beattie, Getty, Surber, Pimm, Bartsch, Adams, Kingsley, Slayter, Eliot, Ross, and Seavey. The photographer is unknown.
  • William H. Hammond (1908-?) photographs, 1930s-1980s
    PH248: 1.5 lin. ft./5 containers
    William H. Hammond (b. 1908) served in the military during World War II and in state agencies in Oregon for much of his career. He was active in fraternal organizations including the Kiwanis. The collection consists of documentation of Hammond's career and colleagues.
  • Irene Forsythe Hanson (1898-1976) photographs
    PH096: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Irene Forsythe Hanson (1898-1976) was a Christian missionary in Tsingtao (Qingdao) and the countryside of China from 1926 to 1951. The collection consists of snapshots of Hanson, her colleagues, and her travels in China and Korea.
  • Agnes Harris (b. 1881) photographs
    PH027: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Agnes Harris Thornton (b. 1881) was a member of an Oregon pioneer family. The collection consists of portraits and snapshots of the Harris family and friends, many by early Oregon photographers, in vintage formats including tintype and carte de visite.
  • Florence M. Hartshorn photographs, 1899-1900
    PH203_005: 0.2 lin. ft./1 container
    Florence M. Hartshorn (1869-1943) was a photographer who lived in the Yukon during the gold rush. The collection consists of an album and loose prints made by Mrs. Hartshorn and her husband, documenting the landscape of the region, entrepreneurs and residents.
  • Haskin Studio photographs
    PH200_036: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    I.O. Haskin was active as a photographer in Lebanon in 1912, and was a member of the International Photographic Association. The Haskin Studio is presumed to relate to the same family, and was located in Brownsville, Oregon. They were active in documenting Oregon history for the WPA, creating original images of historic sites and copy prints from vintage photos (see WPA photographs collection, PH290).
  • Raymond W. Hatch photographs
    PH306: 1.25 lin. ft./3 containers
  • John & Ward Hawkins photographs, 19509-1980
    PH182: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    John Hawkins (1910-1978) and his brother Ward (b. 1912) wrote pulp fiction and then began writing for television. John Hawkins was especially successful, becoming assistant producer and story editor for "Bonanza" and finally producer of "Little House on the Prairie." Ward contributed scripts to both series. The collection consists of four stills from the TV show "Bonanza" (c. 1959-1964) and seven from "Little House on the Prairie" (1980).
  • Ernest Haycox (1899-1950) photographs
    PH262: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Ernest Haycox (1899-1950) was an Oregon writer of adventure stories and novels, most of them with western settings.
  • Hayes the Fotografer of Portland, OR
    PH200_144: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Harry C. Hayes ( d. 1910) was active as a photographer 1883-1903 He worked for Towne, partnered in Yokum & Hayes, Hayes & Hendee, Hayes & Short, and then with his wife, Amelia, as Hayes & Hayes.
  • Hazeltine Brothers photographs, 1880s-1890s
    PH200_008: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Martin Mason Hazeltine (1827-1903) and his brother George Irving Hazeltine (1836-1918) had a joint photographic studio in San Francisco 1853-1855. M.M. was active in Eastern Oregon and Idaho 1884-1903; George photographed in Northern California 1853-1861 and Eastern Oregon 1860-1892. The collection consists of twelve images from the 1880s and 1890s, mostly outdoors.
  • O. Hedlund photographs, c. 1911
    PH200_146: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    O. Hedlund (dates unknown) operated in Madras, OR about 1911. The collection consists of two agricultural scenes and the visit of Carl Gray, president of the Union Pacific Railroad, to Eastern Oregon.
  • Eric A. Hegg (1867-1947) photographs
    PH200_027: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    Eric A. Hegg (1867-1947) was a commercial photographer active in Seattle and Alaska 1888-1921. The collection consists of seven images of Alaska dating from 1898. Other Hegg images are held in the C.L. Andrews collection, PH001
  • P.L. Hegg photographs, c.1900
    PH200_147: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Peter L. Hegg (dates unknown) took over the studio of his brother, Eric Hegg (1867-1947) , when the later left for the Klondike Gold Rush. In addition to standard work, Peter documented the Equality Colony. The collection consists of two prints of boats, c. 1900
  • Otto Heins photographs, 1891-1905
    PH200_148: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Otto Heins (dates unknown) was a photographer active 1891-1905 in Tillamook. The collection consists of one print of dredges on a river, c. 1900
  • Louis Heller (1839-1928) photographs
    PH200_038: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Louis Heller (1839-1928) was an Ashland photographer noted for his stereos of the 1873 Modoc War, later distributed by Watkins. The collection consists of 24 Modoc War images, 20 of which are stereos (an additional four stereos are missing).
  • Oscar E. Hemenway and Ansel F. Hemenway photographs, 1875-1906
    PH200_149: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Oscar E. Hemenway and Ansel F. Hemenway (dates unknown) were members of a Lane County family. Oscar was active as a photographer 1909-1911 in Springfield, and Eugene, OR. The collection consists of two images: the old Crow post office with postmaster Amos Hemenway, and a "flashlight view" of the interior of a Chinese store.
  • Hemus of Roseburg photographs, 1920s
    PH200_150: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Nothing is known about Hemus. The collection consists of a portrait of two Roseburg ladies, members of pioneer families, taken in the 1920s
  • Denny H. Hendee (1826-1907) photographs, 1880s
    PH200_151: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Denny H. Hendee (1826-1907) started in photography in New York in 1847. He came to the West Coast in 1849 and from 1853-1892 traveled through Oregon and Washington. The collection consists of one portrait from the 1880s.
  • Le Grand Henderson (1901-1964) photographs
    PH137: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Le Grand Henderson (1901-1964) was an author and illustrator of books for adults and children, including the Augustus series, inspired by a trip down the Mississippi River. The collection consists of images of Henderson's houses in Maine and Florida, friends and family, publicity, and several striking and artistic professional portraits. There is a series of "Dixie" litho cards with stereotypical depictions of the South and African-Americans.
  • Henry James photographs
    PH250: 0.5 lin. ft./1 container
  • Herbert & Evelyn Willis Philippines album
    PH203_046: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • M.E. Herrin photographs, 1896
    PH200_152: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Margaret E. Herrin (dates unknown) was the wife of photographer David C. Herrin (d. c. 1903). They were active in Southern Oregon, The Dalles, and Portland, 1898-1901. The collection consists of one portrait dated 1896.
  • Harry A. Herzog photographs, 1939-1959
    PH122: 1 lin. ft./2 containers
    Harry A. Herzog (1893-) was an architect in practice in Portland, Oregon, in the firm of Bennes & Herzog. The collection consists of 42 images, renderings and plans from architectural projects, primarily in Portland and the Oregon State University in Corvallis. Some images are by Albert Jourdan
  • John K. Hiller Tribal peoples in New Mexico photograph album, c. 1879
    PH203_016: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    John K. Hillers (1843-1925) was a photographer for the US Geological Survey and the Bureau of American Ethnography from 1871-1919. He worked with John Wesley Powell on the Colorado River, and with the Cushing team from the Smithsonian on studies of the Zuni and Pueblo peoples of the Southwest. The collection consists of 41 prints of scenery and tribal peoples from New Mexico, primarily portraits, c. 1879-1881. A series of images show the Montezuma Hotel at Las Vegas Hot Springs.
  • Hindenburg film & audio from Cole Coll.
    PH261_005: 0.5 lin. ft./1 container
  • Hinsdale family photographs
    PH268: 0.75 lin. ft./3 containers
  • The Historic American Building Survey (1933-present)
    PH314: 3 lin. ft./11 containers
    The Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) collection documents achievements in architecture, engineering, and design in the United States and its territories through a comprehensive range of building types and engineering technologies. The program is administered by the National Park Service in cooperation with the Library of Congress and professional organizations including AIA and ASCE. UO is a repository for Oregon records; a complete collection is housed at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Search the Library of Congress database.
  • The Historic American Engineering Survey (1969-present)
    PH315: 3 lin. ft./21 containers
    The Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) collection document achievements in engineering and design in the United States and its territories through a comprehensive range of building types and engineering technologies. The program is administered by the National Park Service in cooperation with the Library of Congress and professional organizations including AIA and ASCE. UO is a repository for Oregon records; a complete collection is housed at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Search the Library of Congress database.
  • Samuel Hobson photographs, 1898
    PH200_154: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Samuel Hobson (dates unknown) was active as a photographer 1888-1916 in Portland. He partnered with Yocum and with Preble. The collection consists of one image of Thomas Condon's University of Oregon class on the beach near Yaquina Bay in 1898.
  • Inez Hogan (1895-1973) photographs
    PH053 lin. ft./1 container
    Inez Hogan (1895-1973) was an educator, author, lecturer, and illustrator of books for children.
  • James Hogg photographs, 1898-1890
    PH200_155: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    James Hogg (dates unknown) was active as a photographer in Canada and the Pacific Northwest, 1890-1902. He operated the Excelsior Studio in McMinnville, OR in 1891. The collection consists of one portrait of a newly married couple, 1898-1890.
  • Ruth Langland Holberg (1889-1984) photographs
    PH157: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Ruth Langland Holberg (1889-1984) was a writer for children and young adults. The collection consists of publicity photos and snapshots of Holberg, friends
  • and family.
  • Ashley Elder Holden (1894- ) photographs
    PH078: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Ashley Elder Holden (1894-1994) was primarily a journalist but maintained dual careers in journalism and politics, running successfully for a Republican seat in the Washington state legislature in 1932. Additionally, Holden published the Brewster Review, The Oriental Outlook, Tonasket Tribune, and, Saga of the Sagebrush. The collection consists of 32 images, about half of which relate to Japan. There are pictures of passengers on the liner "Lurline," in 1933 including Christopher Morley.
  • Herbert Charles Holdridge (1892-1974) photographs, 1930s-1960s
    PH075: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Herbert Charles Holdridge (1892-1974) was an American military officer, who was best known for being the only United States Army General to retire during World War II, and for having several times sought presidential nominations on fringe party tickets after retirement. Beginning in 1956 he was involved in movements to empower American Indians. The collection consists of five images dated from the 1930s to the 1960s. Four include tribal peoples and are assumed to relate to activism, including picketing the White House in 1959.
  • Burton Holmes (1870-1958) Philippines photograph album, 1913
    PH203_023: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of scenes from 1913 visit of professional traveler and photographer Burton Holmes (1870-1958) to the Philippines. Includes excellent images of native peoples and dignitaries, the Philippine Constabulary, prisoners, and Gen. Pershing. Several images of Holmes and his film equipment.
  • J.H. Horner photographs
    PH200_039: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    John Harland Horner (1870-1953) moved to Enterprise, OR in 1911 and served as an assessor. He was an amateur historian active for more than thirty years documenting the history of Wallowa County. The collection consists of fourteen images from the 1920s, primarily of tribal peoples.
  • Howard, Randall R. of Portland, OR
    PH200_156: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Herbert C. Howe (1872-1940) photographs , c.1870s-1940s
    PH041: 0.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Herbert Crombie Howe (1872-1940) was a professor of English at the University of Oregon, 1901-1940. The collection consists of ten glass-plate negatives, all portraits dating from c. 1870s-1900s, and ten prints: primarily portraits of Howe and snapshots of him on campus. There is one print from the UO tour of Hollywood from the 1917 Rose Bowl visit.
  • Leslie Dillon Howell (1884-1969) photographs
    PH273: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Leslie Dillon Howell (1884-1969) was an architect and engineer in the Portland firm of Knighton & Howell. The collection consists of six images of buildings, three of Knighton & Howell's Oregon State Office Building, 1924.
  • Oliver Hoyem (1891-1965) photographs
    PH052: 1.5 lin. ft./3 containers
    Oliver Hoyem (1891-1965) was a physician, naturalist, and writer. He was an amateur naturalist, wrote nature columns for various Los Angeles area newspapers, wrote nature novels, was author and technical director of the motion picture, "Sequoia" (1935), and wrote free-lance articles for a variety of magazines. The collection consists of 310 images, generally souvenirs from his travels or labor relations clippings
  • Humphreys, T.J.
    PH200_157: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Hunt of The Dalles, OR
    PH200_158: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    A photographer named Hunt was active in The Dalles, OR 1891-1895.
  • Charles Jonathan Huntington (1846-1878) photographs
    PH018: 0.5 lin. ft./2 containers
    Charles Jonathan Huntington (1846-1878) was a photographer in Washington Territory in the 1870s. The collection consists of two negatives, a cabinet card, and nineteen landscape or cityscape stereos. One is a portrait of the photographer Oregon Hastings of Victoria, BC.
  • Philip Hyde (1921-2006) photographs, 1940s
    PH305 lin. ft./1 container
    Philip Hyde (1921-2006) was a fine art landscape photographer who used his images to support conservation and shaped the use of landscape photography as documentation. His work was praised by Ansel Adams and his work helped establish the Sierra Club's Exhibit Format series. The collection consists of 253 images of Oregon landscape dating from the 1940s, and a binder that provides captions for each image.
  • Idaho National Harvester Works photographs
    PH318: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
    The Idaho National Harvester Co. was founded in 1904, using money from the Mix brothers and design by Cornelius Quesnell and A.M. Anderson. The "Little Idaho" was a horse-drawn harvesting machine. The collection consists of research images on the Little Idaho, and some Quesnell family images.
  • Randall C. Imler (1919-1970) photograph, 1950s-1960s
    PH063: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Randall C. Imler (1919-1970) was a composer, poet and writer based in San Francisco. The collection consists of one portrait of Imler, dated from the 1950s or 1960s.
  • James C. Ingebretsen (1906-1999) photographs
    PH079: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    James C. Ingebretsen (1906-1999) was a Los Angeles businessman and libertarian who underwent a spiritual awakening in 1955 and devoted much of his life to the human potential movement. The collection consists of about forty prints of people, facilities and activities of the Spiritual Mobilization organization, 1960s.
  • International Woodworkers of America
    PH034: 12 lin. ft./12 containers
    International Woodworkers of America (IWA) was an industrial union of lumbermen, sawmill workers, timber transportation workers and others formed in 1937. The loss of timber jobs due to mechanization, environmentalism and anti-labor efforts diminished the union, which merged into the International Association of Machinists (IAM) in 1991. The collection is unprocessed
  • James Ivory photographs
    PH321: 3 lin. ft./13 containers
    James Ivory (b. 1928 is an Academy Award-winning American film maker. In partnership with Ismail Merchant (1936-2005), Ivory has produced work including A Room with a View and Howards End for Merchant-Ivory Productions. The collection consists of research snapshots for locations and design, audition portraits for actors, and documentation of the production work and personnel.
  • Jackson Brothers stereos, 1868-1869
    PH194_012: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Jackson Brothers was an Omaha company formed in 1867 by William Henry Jackson (1843-1942) and his brother Edward. William became a noted landscape photographer by 1869 and left in 1870 to serve as official photographer for the Hayden survey for USGS, the beginning of a remarkable career in photography and marketing. The collection consists of ten stereos of Utah landscapes.
  • William Henry Jackson photographs
    PH296: 4 lin. ft./4 containers
    William Henry Jackson (1843-1942) was an American painter, photographer and explorer famous for his images of the American West. He was a partner and the primary image source for the lucrative Detroit Publishing Company, the sole US licensee of the Photocrom process for producing color lithographs from black and white negatives. The collection consists of 396 images, primarily North American scenery and landmarks, ten of which are panoramic.
  • Samuel Jacobson photographs
    PH259: 6 lin. ft./6 containers
  • Moritz Adolf Jagendorf (1888-1981) photographs
    PH054: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Moritz A. Jagendorf (1888-1981) was an Austrian-American folklore author. The collection consists of fourteen images, primarily of folk art carvings.
  • Jaleer, J.A. [sp?]
    PH200_159: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Jarvis photographs
    PH200_160: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Jarvis & Potter was a photographic firm active in Eugene, OR in 1910.
  • Jeffers of Olympia, WA
    PH200_161: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Jefferson Center photographs
    PH342: 3 lin. ft./14 containers
    Beverly Brown (1951-2005) studied at Highlander Center and, in 1984, founded the Jefferson Center for Education and Research to help empower rural workers in building their community. The collection documents the work of the center and Brown's friend and colleagues.
  • Earl LeRoy Jenks photographs
    PH200_162: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Earl LeRoy Jenks was a partner in the photographic enterprise Redmond & Jenks in Portland, OR 1925.
  • Jesten-Miller studio, Salem, OR
    PH200_163: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Jett, George L. of Baker, OR
    PH200_164: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Glen Johnson, Miller Photo Co. photographs
    PH200_165: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Glen Johnson operated the Miller Photo Co., started by Charles R. Miller, in Klamath Falls, OR 1913-1917.
  • William P. Johnson photographs
    PH200_040: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    William P. Johnson (dates unknown) was a photographer in Iowa and in Salem, Oregon, 1873?-1888. He employed F.J. Catterlin and Myra Sperry, who took over the business in 1888. The collection consists of nine portraits, 1860s-1888.
  • Johnson-Bushnell Family
    PH163: 1 lin. ft./1 container
  • Johnston & Co., San Francisco, Cal
    PH200_166: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Jones Bros. photographs
    PH200_167: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Amos Kendall Jones (d. 1899) was a photographer active in Placerville, ID 1880, Silver City 1881, and operated with Charles M. Jones in Union, OR 1884-1900.
  • Jones, John H.
    PH200_168: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • W. L. Jones (1859-1933) photographs, 1880-1913
    PH200_169: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    William Lloyd Jones (1859-1933) was a Welsh photographer who came to Portland in 1876. He was active 1880-1913 in Silverton, then sold his negatives to June Drake and relied on traveling studios for several years. The collection consists of a portrait and three postcards of Brietenbush.
  • Jorgensen, W.N. of Burns, OR
    PH200_170: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Alvin M. Josephy Jr. (1915-2005) photographs
    PH133: 5 lin. ft./4 containers
    Alvin M. Josephy Jr. (1915-2005) was a leading historian of the American West and active in various Indian rights movements. The collection consists of research images related to "America in 1492," the Nez Perce, and other topics, and personal photos.
  • Albert Jourdan photographs, 1920s-1950s
    PH200_026: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Albert Jourdan was a photographer active in Portland, Oregon, during the 1920s-1950s. The collection consists of eleven painterly images, primarily of Portland architecture and bridges.
  • Julcom, J.A.
    PH200_171: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • John Kabel photographs, 1930s-1940s
    PH278: 3 lin. ft./1 container
    John Kabel was a noted National Parks photographer active 1910s-1940s. The collection consists of nine oversize prints of Western landscapes, 1930s-1940s
  • Belknap Crater photographs
    PH308: 3 lin. ft./2 containers
  • William I. Kaufman (b. 1922) photographs
    PH207: 1 lin. ft./2 containers
  • Ruth Hopson Keen (1906-1998) photographs of Collier Glacier
    PH347: 2 lin. ft./1 container
    Ruth Hopson Keen (1906-1998) was an Oregon naturalist who studied at the University of Oregon, served as Crater Lake's first female ranger, and taught continuing education classes. The collection consists of images documenting Collier Glacier, the largest glacier in the central Oregon Cascade Range.
  • Kelly-Seavey Family photographs
    PH208: 1 lin. ft./4 containers
  • Kennedy family photograph album, 1850s-1910s
    PH203_038: 0.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    The collection consists of one family album of the Kennedy family of Newberg, Oregon, and relatives in Iowa, Wisconsin and Michigan. Tintypes, cartes de visite, and cabinets. Padded cloth album also contains paper napkins, possibly wedding souvenirs. Images removed from album. 1850s-1910s.
  • Kennell-Ellis of Eugene, Oregon
    PH200_172: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Kershner, Howard Eldred photographs (1891- )
    PH161: 1.25 lin. ft./3 containers
  • Kester, C.M. of Oregon City
    PH200_173: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Don Kettler photographs
    PH200_041: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Keystone View Company (1892-1939) stereos, 1898-1906
    PH194_006: 0.3 lin. ft./1 container
    B.H. Singley established the Keystone View Company in 1892, in Pennsylvania, and served as sole photographer until 1897. Keystone built a huge educational catalog using additional images acquired from Kilburn, White, Underwood, and Berry, Kelley & Chadwick. The collection consists of 52 images dated 1898-1906 and focus on the San Francisco earthquake and the Spanish-American War in the Philippines.
  • B.W. Kilburn (1827-1909) Stereo Co., c. 1870-1906
    PH194_003: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Ben W. Kilburn (1827-1909) took sole control of Kilburn Bros. (est. 1865) in 1877 as a photographer and publisher. His merchandising techniques made the company a major force in stereos. The company ceased production in 1909. The collection consists of 26 images including the Johnstown Flood, the San Francisco Earthquake, and the Philippines war.
  • Edward Wilson Kimbark (1902-1982) photographs
    PH145: 4 lin. ft./4 containers
    Edward Wilson Kimbark (1902-1982) was an influential electrical engineer who taught at many institutions, authored standard texts, and worked with Bonneville Power. The collection consists of albums of his travels in the 1920s, glass-lantern lecture slides, images of Kimbark with his colleagues, research images, and personal photo and postcards from his travels.
  • Willford Isbell King (1880-1962) photographs, c. 1910-1950s
    PH067: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Willford Isbell King (1880-1962) was an economist and active in the Committee for Constitutional Government. The collection consists of three images: a Christmas card (1950s), a picture of Samuel Pettingill (1910s-1920s), and A.F. Davis, farmer, and family and Governor Lausche of Ohio (1951).
  • Darius Kinsey (1869-1945) photographs, 1920s
    PH200_014: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Darius Kinsey (1869-1945) was a commercial photographer active in Washington State from 1890-1940. He was noted for his scenes of the logging industry. The collection consists of 28 logging images from Vernonia, Oregon and Aberdeen, Washington, dating from the 1920s.
  • F.H. Kiser (1878-1955) photographs, 1902-1920s.
    PH200_042: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
    Frederick H. Kiser (1878-1955) and his brother, Oscar H. (d. 1904) had a popular commercial view studio in Warrendale, 1903-1905, and Portland, 1905- c. 1925. They were the official photographers for the Lewis & Clark Exposition in 1905. Fred Kiser built a studio overlooking Crater Lake in 1921 and helped market the area. The collection consists of seven views from 1902-1920s. Additional Kiser images appear in the Angelus Studio collection, PH037, and the Hazard Stevens photographs, PH101.
  • Klamath Indian Agency photograph album, 1920-1922
    PH203_037: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album containing 68 snapshots, 1920-1922, of buildings on the Klamath Agency; Beatty, Oregon; and timber cruisers and their camps. Includes some images of Klamath and Piute tribal peoples. Photographer unidentified.
  • George Kleinholz photographs
    PH217: 1 lin. ft./1 container
  • Granville Frank Knight (1904-1982) photographs, 1926-1970s
    PH064: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Granville Frank Knight (1904-1982) was a physician and anti-communist activist. As a physician he specialized in nutrition and allergies; as president of the Pure Water Association of America he advocated against fluoridation of public water. Knight was an active member of the John Birch Society, serving as president of the California branch. The collection consists of nine images: six related to medical charts from the 1940s-1950s, two from a 1926 trip to Europe, and a poster demonizing Henry Kissinger from the 1970s..
  • Emil Kopac (1886-1970) photographs, 1930s
    PH200_043: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Emil Kopac (1886-1970) and his brother Ed traveled west in 1916-1917, and photographed the Oregon Trail 1928-1936. Ed lived in Montana where he ranched and ran a photo studio. Emil farmed in South Dakota and Nebraska. The collection consists of 53 images taken during the 1930s. The Montana Historical Society holds the Kopac negatives.
  • Evelyn Sibley Lampman (1907-1980) photographs c.1940s-1960s
    PH129: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Evelyn Sibley Lampman (1907-1980) was an Oregon writer of books for children and young adults. The collection consists of portraits of the author and publicity images, c.1940s-1960s.
  • Joseph Lane photographs, 1850s-1903.
    PH205: 0.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Joseph Lane was a politician in Indiana, served in the military during the Mexican War, and was appointed first governor of the Oregon Territory. He served in Congress and ran for vice-president. The collection consists of portraits of Lane and family members, some unidentified, and one military scene of the anti-slavery conflict in Kansas in 1856.
  • Robert F. Lane photographs
    PH239: 9 lin. ft./17 containers
    Robert F. Lane was a scholar who specialized in study of the works of the Italian printer and type designer Giambattista Bodoni (1740-1830). The collection consists of research materials about Bodoni and his work.
  • Elinor Langer photographs
    PH294: 0 lin. ft./1 container
    Elinor Langer is a journalist and the author of "A Hundred Little Hitlers," a book about white supremacists and a murder in Portland, Oregon. These images
  • are still housed in Manuscripts.
  • Langford, Olive of LaGrande, OR (1898-1899)
    PH200_177: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Lantern Slide Collection
    PH214X lin. ft./1 container
  • Catherine Miller Lauris (1918-1993) photographs, c. 1960s-1970s
    PH249: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Catherine Miller Lauris (1918-1993) was a liberal city councilor and civic activist in Eugene, Oregon. She was a descendent of pioneer Catherine Sager and of writer Joaquin Miller. The collection consists primarily of personal snapshots of family and friends, with some portraits of politicians and artists, c. 1960s-1970s.
  • Lawrence & Houseworth stereos, 1860s
    PH194_004: 0.3 lin. ft./1 container
    Lawrence & Houseworth (1852-1870s) was a San Francisco firm that sold photographic supplies, distributed stereos from a variety of sources, and created original images. George Lawrence and Thomas Houseworth built an impressive catalog of Western and Pacific Coast images by employing photographers Thomas Hart, Carleton Watkins, and Eadward Muybridge. The collection consists of 38 images, primarily of San Francisco and Sacramento. Blind-stamped images are likely to be L&H distribution of works by unidentified publishers and photographers.
  • Ellis Fuller Lawrence (1879-1946) photographs, 1909-1924
    PH105: 4.5 lin. ft./10 containers
    Ellis Fuller Lawrence (1879-1946) was a practicing architect, designed the University of Oregon campus, and served as first dean of the School of Architecture when it was established in 1917. The collection consists of portraits of Lawrence and documentation for 512 architectural projects undertaken by Lawrence & Holford, or McNaughton, Raymond & Lawrence, mainly in Oregon and Washington, from 1909 to 1924.
  • Lawrence, Tucker & Wallman photographs (1926-1960)
    PH073: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Lawrence, Tucker & Wallmann was an architectural firm in Portland, Oregon, from 1946-1960. It was the successor firm to Tucker and Wallmann, and Lawrence and Lawrence, two other Portland, Oregon firms. The principals of the firm were Abbott Lawrence, Ernest F. Tucker, and George R. Wallmann. The collection consists of 73 prints of projects, including the Erb Memorial Union at UO and the UO Medical School (now Oregon Health & Science University).
  • Robert LeFevre (1911-1988) photographs
    PH179: 3 lin. ft./5 containers
  • Ben Leghorn photographs
    PH029: 0.75 lin. ft./1 container
    Ben Leghorn (dates unknown) was a photographer who lived on the Columbia River in Arlington, Oregon, a town relocated due to dam construction and rising waters. The collection consists of seventy images, dating from 1910s-1920s, documenting Arlington and its vicinity, river traffic, and the aftermath of
  • the town fire.
  • J.M. Letts & J.D. Eagles stereos, c. 1870s-1885
    PH194_008: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    J.M. Letts and J.D. Eagles were New York State photographers. The collection consists of 18 images, 3 by Letts, all of which show the town of Dundee, NY. Four of the Eagles images are "respectfully dedicated to J.M. Letts, Esq., N.Y."; the remainder are dedicated to D.P. Dey of the Seneca Lake Navigation Co.
  • Lewis & Clark
    PH200_178: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • C.C. Lewis photographs
    PH200_044: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Charles C. Lewis was active as a photographer in Monmouth, OR 1894-1907.
  • Lidell, Vald., of Portland, OR (pub)
    PH200_179: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Ben Linder photographs
    PH292: 0 lin. ft./1 container
    Ben Linder was a social activist working in Central America who was killed for his work. These images are still housed in Manuscripts.
  • Robert Lindsay photographs
    PH258: 6 lin. ft./16 containers
  • Chas. S. Lipschuetz photographs
    PH200_180: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Charles S. Lipshuetz (dates unknown) was a postcard publisher with Katz in the early 20th century in Portland, OR.
  • Loewenfeld, Richard of Salem, OR
    PH200_181: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Logan, Charles W. of Ashland, OR
    PH200_182: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Alfred L. Lomax (1892-1982) photographs, 1850s-1970s
    PH097: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Alfred Lewis Lomax (1892-1982) was a University of Oregon business professor who specialized in the industrial history of the Pacific Northwest. The collection consists of modern and historical images from his research on shipping, fishing, woolen mills and lumber, 1850s-1970s. There are four images dated 1970 showing Eugene and the Downtown Crossing construction.
  • Lomen Bros. [Alaska]
    PH200_183: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Jim Lommasson portfolio
    PH202_3: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Jim Lommasson is an American photographer based in Portland, Oregon. He is the recipient of The Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize from The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. The collection consists of a portfolio of large images from his book, Shadow Boxers, documenting boxers and gymnasiums, and a transcript of his email correspondence on the project.
  • London, England photograph album, c. 1865-1870s
    PH203_022: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of 31 8-1/2x11" albumen prints of major London structures and waterways, including Langham Hotel. Dated 1865-1870s by clothing. Photographer unknown.
  • London Stereoscopic Co. stereos, 1850s-1860s
    PH194_002: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The London Stereoscopic Co. dominated the industry in the 1850s. Its principal photographer, William England (c.1816-1896), produced a set of American travel images in 1859 that provided Europeans with the first look at the American landscape—including the iconic Niagara Falls--and in 1862 took images at London's International Exhibition. The collection consists of 27 images, 24 by England.
  • Noel Loomis (1905-1969) photographs
    PH148: 9 lin. ft./16 containers
    Noel Loomis (1905-1969) was an American author who specialized in Westerns and adventure writing. The collection consists of his research files and follows his arrangement.
  • Lord & Schryver photographs
    PH146: 6 lin. ft./17 containers
    Elizabeth Lord (1887-1976) and Edith "Nina" Schryver (1901-1984) formed a landscape architecture firm in 1929 that lasted forty years and gained them recopgnition as pioneers in their field. In addition to their design work, the two traveled widely and promoted thoughtful design through illustrated lectures to garden clubs and civic groups. The collection consists of lantern slides from their travels, postcards, prints, 35mm slides, negatives, an album from the Philippines, and drafting tools.
  • Loryea, Milton of Spokane, WA
    PH200_184: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Lowman & Hanford Co. of Seattle (pub)
    PH200_185: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Eugene P. Lyle, Jr. photographs, 1874-1950s.
    PH174: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Eugene P. Lyle Jr. (1873-1961) was a journalist and a writer of pulp fiction. He resided in Mexico for a number of years between 1897 and 1907 and was interested in the country's political and economic development. The collection is notable for a series of images documenting Mexico before the Revolution, by Percy Cox, C.B. Waite, and unidentified photographers. A second series shows the members of Lyle's literary club, the San Diego "Padres," and historical discoveries at Mission San Diego de Alcala. The third series includes portraits of Lyle and family members, and research images for his 1920 story, "The High-Grader," and postcards from Holy City, California.
  • Peg Lynch (1916-) photographs
    PH062: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Margaret Frances "Peg" Lynch (b. 1916) was a radio writer and performer known for scripting and starring in "The Private Lives of Ethel and Albert" which ran from 1944 to the 1960s. The collection consists of twelve images, primarily publicity portraits of Lynch and her co-star, Alan Bunce (1902-1965).
  • MacFarlane, W.C. pub
    PH200_186: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Mackey, H.C. of Medford, OR
    PH200_187: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Virgil MacMickle (1887-1975) photographs, 1919-1930s
    PH072 lin. ft./2 containers
    Virgil MacMickle (1887-1975) was an Oregon naturopath and businessman. The collection consists of testimonial images related to health (c. 1919), mining (c. 1930s), and miscellaneous personal images.
  • Idabelle Lewis Main (1887-1969) photographs
    PH092: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Idabelle Main (1887-1969) was a Christian missionary in China, serving from 1909 through 1941 and then again from 1946 to 1949. She served in Tientsin, Shanghai, and Foochow at multiple colleges and also worked as an editor. The collection consists of 42 images of people and places from her time in Rio de Janiero and China.
  • Mansfield, G.R. of Crescent City, CA
    PH200_189: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • McGowan, J.D., of OR
    PH200_199: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Maple, George of Pendleton, OR
    PH200_190: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Marceau, Theo C. of San Francisco, CA
    PH200_191: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Benjamin C. Markham (1881-1942) photographs, 1922-1932
    PH200_046: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Benjamin C. Markham (1881-1942) was a commercial photographer active in The Dalles, Oregon. He produced a series of scenic postcards of the Columbia River and the Columbia River Highway. The collection consists of six images dated 1922-1932; five postcards and a portrait of Amos Berg. Other Markham images exist in the WPA collection (PH290) and the Angelus Studio collection (PH037)
  • Edward Marsden (1869-1932) photographs, c. 1880s-1919
    PH084: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Edward Marsden (1869-1932) was a Presbyterian missionary and a Tsimshian Indian member of the Metlakahtla colony, Alaska. The collection consists of two images from Marsden's wedding (1890s-1900s) and two snapshots of Marsden and his family, 1919.
  • Charles Louis Marshall (1882-1957) photographs, 1905-1915
    PH012: 3 lin. ft./8 containers
    Charles L. Marshall (1882-1957) was a mining engineer and surveyor who attended the University of Oregon. The collection consists of images documenting Southern Oregon mines and infrastructure in Portland and Walterville, 1905-1915.
  • Martin, E.F. of Eugene, OR
    PH200_192: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Grayson Mathews (1948-2007) photographs, 1970s-1990s
    PH349: 9 lin. ft./19 containers
    Grayson Layne Mathews (1948-2007) photographed the American West, creating a signature series of rodeo images from 1971-72. His early work included black and white images of his travels in the West, palmettos in Carolina, city scenes and rural highway towns. The later work is meticulous digital color documentation of the landscape and agriculture of his home, the Klamath Basin. The collection consist of black-wand-white negatives and prints, and color prints.
  • Mattsson Jewelry Co of Clatskanie, OR (pub)
    PH200_193: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Maynard, Mrs. R. of Victoria, BC
    PH200_194: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • McAllister, Edward H.
    PH200_195: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • McAlpin & Lamb of Portland, OR (1889-1896)
    PH200_196: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • R. McAlpin/Oak Grove Project photographs
    PH028: 0.75 lin. ft./2 containers
    Nothing is known about R. McAlpin. The collection consists of prints and a map documenting construction of the 1924 Oak Grove hydroelectric development on the Clackamas River, conducted by Portland Railway, Light & Power Co.
  • William W. McAnlis ( d. 1965) photographs, 1950s
    PH071: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Dr. William W. McAnlis (d. 1965) and his wife, Josephine, were medical missionaries in the Philippines from 1925 to 1964. The collection consists of sixteen images of McAnlis, his family, and people of Tacloban Academy, 1950.
  • McBride Family & McBride, Thomas Allen
    PH165: 1 lin. ft./2 containers
  • McClanahan, Edward Jackson (1844- ) of Eugene, OR
    PH200_197: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Robbie McClaran photographs, 2000s
    PH311: 6 lin. ft./9 containers
    Robbie McClaran is a noted American photo journalist, widely published in magazines. Drawing on his Southern roots, McClaran undertook a documentary project of the radical Right, capturing images of Republican politicians, Klan activists, Right to Life activists, militias, survivalists, the remnants of David Koresh's compound at Waco, and a portrait of terrorist Timothy McVeigh. The collection assembles McClaran's exhibit, "Angry White Men," with text panels and prints.
  • R. Nevan McCullough (1904-1982) photographs, c. 1920s-1970s
    PH160: 9 lin. ft./17 containers
    R. Nevan McCullough (1904-1982) was born near Mount Rainier in Washington State. The son of a Forest Service employee, McCullough served as District Ranger of the White River District of the Snoqualmie National Forest from 1928-1959, and was highly regarded for efficient fire safety and timber sales management. Following his retirement he led pack trains, built trails, and consulted on forestry. The collection consists of approximately 3,000 images of historical forestry, family, and McCullough's pack trips through the wilderness.
  • McCutcheon, Steve & Dolores
    PH200_198: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Charles T. McDaniel photographs
    PH222: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Charles T. McDaniel was for many years cashier of the Stockgrowers & Farmers National Bank of Wallowa, OR. An album of photographs contains scenes in and about Plummer, Idaho, 1915.
  • McGarrity family photographs
    PH330: 2 lin. ft./2 containers
    The collection consists of portraits of the McGarrity family, by photographers in Iowa and in Oregon. There are some vintage formats such as tintypes; the bulk of the collection dates from 1920s-1940s.
  • J.D. McGowan photographs
    PH200_047: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    J.D. McGowan was active as a photographer in Oregon City in 1872, worked for O. Dennie in Portland 1872-1873, and was in Independence and itinerant in 1880.
  • McIlwraith
    PH200_200: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • McIntosh, F.E.
    PH200_201: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • McLoughlin House photographs
    PH200_059: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Dr. John McLoughlin (1784-1857) was a prominent figure in early Oregon history. The collection consists of seven postcards and an engraving of the McLoughlin House in Oregon City, constructed in 1846 and relocated in 1909. The house was declared the first Western National Historic Site in 1947, and is managed by the National Parks.
  • McMillan
    PH200_203: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Wheeler McMillen (1893-) photographs
    PH074 lin. ft./1 container
    Wheeler McMillen (b. 1893) was a newspaper reporter, became editor of the Covington, Ind. Republican, editor of Country Home, and editor-in-chief of Farm Journal. He was founder and president of the Farm Chemurgic Council. In the 1940s he was active politically, ran for the governorship of New Jersey, and was a presidential candidate. The collection consists of portraits of McMillen and documents of his career, and prints from the books "The Green Frontier" and "Possums, Politicians and People."
  • McMurry, J.M of Port Townsend, WA
    PH200_205: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Charles L. McNary (1874-1944) photographs, 1860s-1940s
    PH102: 3 lin. ft./4 containers
    Charles Linza McNary (1874-1944) was U.S. Senator from Oregon, 1917-1944, and a member of a pioneer family. The collection consists of portraits of McNary family members and friends, many in vintage formats such as tintype and carte de visite, and an album from c. 1910 of "Grandpa's Farm."
  • Walter Meacham (1923-1942) photographs, c.1915-1943
    PH106: 1.25 lin. ft./8 containers
    Walter Meacham (1923-1942) was a professional pioneer active in promoting preservation and celebration of the Oregon Trail. The collection consists of images that document his interest in the Trail and several Baker County celebrations and reenactments, including one c. 1919 and one in 1943 attended by President Harding. Additional albums include a commemorative album of the 1943 launching of the tanker ship "Oregon Trail'; an album of the SF Pan-Pacific Intl. Expo, 1915; and two albums of Meacham's travels and life in Baker.
  • Ezra Meeker (1830-1928) photographs, c. 1906-1911
    PH200_012: 0.3 lin. ft./1 container
    Ezra Meeker (1830-1928) was a pioneer who devoted his life to promoting and preserving the Oregon Trail by reenacting the pioneer journey three times. The collection consists of forty postcards documenting the journeys, 1906-1911.
  • Meisor, J.A.
    PH200_206: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Gen. G.S. Meloy Jr. (1903-1968) photographs
    PH216: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
    General Guy Stanley Meloy Jr. (1903-1968) served the US military with distinction for 36 years, rising to be a four-star general. Among many other important positions, he was commander of US Forces Korea 1961-1968. The collection consists of snapshots and mementos from travels in Korea 1962-1963 by the general and his wife, Catherine.
  • Meresse, Elisee of Netarts, OR
    PH200_207: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Merline & Williams of Jacksonville, IL
    PH200_208: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Merrick
    PH200_209: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Metzler, Ken of Eugene, OR
    PH200_210: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Bailey Millard (1859-1939) photographs, c. 1880s-1905
    PH104: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Bailey Millard (1859-1939) was a printer, journalist and publisher who became acquainted with prominent writers. The collection consists of two albums of Oregon life in the 1880s-1890s (family, trips to the sea, farms, camping) and eight images of literary figures Jack London, Frank Norris, Edwin Markham (5), David Graham Phillips, and Robert Louis Stevenson.
  • Miller Photo Co./Miller, Charles R. of Klamath Falls, OR
    PH200_211: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Archie J. Miller: Wallowa Ranger work photograph album, 1915
    PH203_027: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one snapshot album of Archie J. Miller of Enterprise, OR: "These photos are the result of one season's work in "Wallowa" and "Seven Devil" Mountain. Ranger season 1915—U.S. Forest Service, Grazing Reconnaisance & Geodetic Surveys. McCully Basin, Imnaha River, Joseph area." Approximately 100 snapshots.
  • Henry B. Miller (1827-1916) photographs
    PH234: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Henry Miller was part owner of the vast Miller & Lux Cattle Co. that stretched from California’s San Joaquin Valley across Nevada and much of Oregon’s Harney County and Idaho’s Owyhee County into the Blue Mountains of Baker and Grant counties, Oregon. The collection consists of portraits, pictures from China during the Boxer Rebellion (1898-1901) and several of a handful of military men horsing around as "Survivors of the 25th, Hewchwang [?], July 1904."
  • Joaquin Miller photographs
    PH030: 0.75 lin. ft./2 containers
    Cincinnatus Hiner "Joaquin" Miller (c. 1837-1913) was an adventurer and a Western writer known as the "Poet of the Sierras." He lived with a tribe in the Mt. Shasta area, which he chronicled as "Life Among the Modoc" and in Lane County, where he married the Oregon poet Therese Dyer. The collection consists of portraits of Miller and friends and relatives. There are no pictures from the Shasta area.
  • Robert A. Miller (1854-1941) photographs
    PH108: 1.5 lin. ft./5 containers
    Robert Aubrey Miller (1854-1941) commenced law practice in Jacksonville, later moving to Oregon City and Portland. He was active in politics, a Democrat, president of the Willamette Valley Chautauqua Association, member of the Grange, had literary ambitions, and frequently addressed pioneer gatherings. The collection consists of 170 images, primarily vintage portraits of the Milkler family and friends, many by eminent early Oregon and California photographers. There are several prints of Miller's law office, and an ivory-inlaid album that previously held the cartes de viste.
  • Loren Holcombe Milliman (1901-1975) photographs
    PH154: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Loren Holcombe Milliman (1901-1975) was a working journalist and professor of journalism in the Northwest. He worked on the Oregonian and the Columbian, edited the Oregon Grange Bulletin, and edited and published Better Fruit Managzine. The collection consists of prints and snapshots from Milliman's family and his career in journalism and agriculture.
  • Randall V. Mills (1907-1952) photographs, c. 1937-1952.
    PH008: 3 lin. ft./21 containers
    Randall V. Mills (1907-1952) was an English professor and folklorist who was also fascinated by the history of transportation in the Northwest. The collection consists of 16 albums and five boxes of negatives of contemporary images and copies of vintage images, taken or collected by Mills, showing trains, trolleys, shipping, and streetcars. A number of images are by T.G. Wurm.
  • Milwaukee, Oregon photographs
    PH183: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Missionary collection photographs
    PH229X: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Edward H. Mitchell Co. photographs
    PH193_002: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Edward H. Mitchell (1867-1932) founded the California-based Edw. H. Mitchell Company in the 1890s, one of the most prolific American postcard publishers. The collection consists of 35 images.
  • Mitchell, Elaine
    PH200_212: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Moore, E.W., of Portland, OR
    PH200_213: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Jonathan Limerick Moore (1830-1862) photographs
    PH233: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Jonathan Limerick Moore (1830-1862) was a pioneer and diarist who traveled from Missouri to Oregon, March 3 to Sept. 16, 1852. The collection consists of two tintypes, one of Moore, one of his daughter, Susan Winter Moore.
  • Moorehouse, E.H. of OR
    PH200_214: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Lee Moorhouse (1850-1926) photographs, 1888-1916
    PH036: 99 lin. ft./348 containers
    Thomas Leander "Lee" Moorhouse (1850-1926) was a photographer and businessman in Pendleton, Oregon. From 1888 to 1916, he produced over 9,000 images documenting urban, rural, and Native American life in the Columbia Basin and Umatilla County, Oregon. During his lifetime Moorhouse achieved substantial acclaim in the US and in Europe for his images of tribal people. The collection consists primarily of glass-plate negatives.
  • Morefield
    PH200_215: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Walt Morey photographs
    PH235: 3 lin. ft./5 containers
    Walter Nelson Morey (1907-1992) was an award-winning American writer who specialized in young adult fiction about man and animals in the Pacific Northwest. His book Gentle Ben (1965) was the subject of a movie and a successful television series.
  • Morgan Lumber photograph album, c.1912
    PH203_013: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album documenting operations of Morgan Lumber Co. 44 images of mill, logging operations, camp, rail, and scenery. One image identified as Nagrom ("Morgan" backwards). Rail began in 1912; Morgan ceased business in 1924. the photographer is unknown.
  • Morris Family photographs
    PH333: 0.5 lin. ft./1 container
  • Morrison (Mrs R.) of Corvallis, OR
    PH200_216: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Sen. Wayne L. Morse (1900-1974) photographs, 1920s-1970s
    PH131: 9 lin. ft./8 containers
    Wayne Lyman Morse (1900-1974) was a labor organizer, attorney, and dean of the University of Oregon School of Law, 1931. From 1945 to 1969 he was US Senator from Oregon, first as a Republican, then an Independent, and then a Democrat, and one of the first opponents of the Vietnam War. The collection consists of personal snapshots and portraits of his prize-winning livestock; portraits of Morse; and images from his work and travels. There are several albums documenting official trips to South America, Alaska, and India.
  • Ruth Mountaingrove (b. 1923) photographs
    PH265_x2: 0 lin. ft./1 container
  • Ruth Mountaingrove (b. 1923) Videotape Autobiography
    PH265: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
  • Mount St. Helens photographs
    PH319: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of 146 color photographs of the eruption of Mount St. Helens in Washington State on May 18, 1980. Most photographs are from a helicopter or airplane near the summit of the mountain.
  • Muybridge; Pub. Bradley & Rolofson
    PH200_217: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Myers & Loomis [Northern Calif.]
    PH200_218: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Jefferson Myers (c. 1860-1943) photographs
    PH187: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Jefferson Myers (c. 1860-1943) was an Oregon politician and chairman of the Lewis & Clark Exposition. The collection primarily consists of photographs of the Exposition.
  • National Colorview [?] of Portland, OR pub
    PH200_219: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • James W. Neeve photographs
    PH090: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Nothing is known about James W. Neeve. The collection consists of nine travel photographs of people and places in Canada and Alaska taken by Olaf Dale and presumably Jimmy Neeve, who appears in one photograph taken after his travels. The photographs were taken around 1936 and include negatives, black and white prints, and tinted prints of boat travel, icebergs, moose tracks, Skagway, Banff, Yukon River Valley and Fort Selkirk.
  • Nelson Camera Shop
    PH200_220: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Nelson, Lee
    PH200_221: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Richard Lewis Neuberger (1912-1960) photographs
    PH085: 1 lin. ft./1 container.
  • New York Gallery of Oregon
    PH200_222: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Jim Newell photographs, 1870s-1890s
    PH345: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Jim Newell is a Eugene, Oregon resident who acquired these images in the 1970s from an unknown source. The collection consists of eleven 4x5 glass-plate negatives showing scenes of the University of Washington campus, the town of Dawson during a celebration, and unidentified family members, dating from the 1870s-1890s.
  • Newton
    PH200_223: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • NGWTAN
    PH200_224: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Nichols
    PH200_225: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Red Nichols (1905-1965) photographs
    PH212: 1.25 lin. ft./3 containers
  • Northern Light Studio aerial photographs
    PH285: 20 lin. ft./1 container
    Northern Light Studio was a commercial operation in Portland, Oregon that produced advertising images and aerial photographs. The collection consists of negatives of aerial photographs. Prints of the Northern Lights aerials are available in the Maps & Aerial Photos unit of the Documents Center.
  • Northwest Lantern Slides—Watson
    PH214_02: 0.3 lin. ft./1 container
  • Northwest Photography
    PH200 lin. ft./15 containers
    Northwest Photography is an artificial collection of images of the Northwest or by regional photographers. Identified commercial photographers and notable amateurs are separated into individual collections. Other images are arranged by subject and by size.
  • Noti area logging photographs, c. 1900
    PH200_055: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of seven lantern slides of logging and mill operations circa 1900, believed to be near Noti, Oregon. The photographer is unknown.
  • Omega Oakes (b. c. 1838) photographs
    PH200_226: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Omega Oakes (b. c. 1838) was a photographer active 1878-1887 in Roseburg and 1889 in Baker City, OR.
  • Gladys Oberlin (1908-1996) photographs, 1940s-1980s
    PH047: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Gladys Oberlin (1908-1996) was a Christian missionary who taught school and developed nutritional programs in Brazil from 1943 to 1981. The collection consists of about 50 images from her travels and work, include a number of malnourished patients, 1940s-1980s
  • O'Connell Studios of OR, WA, CA
    PH200_227: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • O'Donnell & Williams Studio photographs, 1940s
    PH009: 0.5 lin. ft./3 containers
    O'Donnell & Williams Studio was active in the Lincoln County area of the Oregon Coast in the late 1940s. The collection consists of 292 commercial studio images from Yachats, Waldport and Newport in the 1940s. High school classes, school boards, and individuals are shown.
  • Old Oregon photographs, 1990s-2000s
    PH323: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of approximately 100 images of Oregon locations and scenery, 1990s-2000s
  • J.C. Oliver photographs
    PH231: 3 lin. ft./5 containers
  • Olympia Light & Power photographs, c. 1890s-1910s.
    PH016_x1: 0.5 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of vintage prints documenting the construction of dams and other utility infrastructure systems, c. 1890s-1910s.
  • Oregon Agricultural college student life album, c. 1919
    PH203_048: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of an album of student life at Oregon Agricultural college (now OSU) c. 1919 and includes outdoor recreation snapshots.
  • Oregon American Lumber Co. photographs
    PH211: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    The Oregon American Lumber Co. was one of the last railroad logging operations in the state.
  • Oregon climbers album, 1938-1940
    PH203_052: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of an album of 138 snapshots of Northwest climbers: Mt. Jefferson, Mt. Hood, North Sister, Mt. Rainier, Mt. St. Helens, and Mt. Shasta, 1938-1940. Identified climbers include Claude Gudge, John H. Savage, Ken Chandler, Lee Davenport and Glen Asher.
  • Oregon family album, 1940s
    PH203_055: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of an album of 67 snapshots of unidentified Oregon family, including Crater Lake and log cottages, Oregon Capitol, and some heavy road-building equipment. 1940s.
  • Oregon farm family album, c. 1900
    PH203_056: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Oregon Lumber Ports photographs
    PH200_062: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Oregon military album, c. 1910s
    PH203_050: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of an album of 95 photograph postcards of regional military images from the early 20th century: Oregon National Guard and Ambulance Co., Battery A of the Guard, Company C of the Third Oregon Infantry. Locations include Camp Summers at Columbia Beach, Vancouver Barracks, Astoria, American Lake near Fort Lewis. Some images show Astoria's Centennial of 1911 and soldiers on parade; one view of the African-American soldiers of 25th Infantry.
  • Oregon rodeos album
    PH203_051: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of an album of 72 photograph postcards from the early 20th century, primarily of Oregon rodeos including Pendleton Roundup, Silver Lake, Prineville, and Lakeview. Includes photos of Peggy Warren, Jackson Sundown, George Fletcher, Princess Red Bird, Mabel Strickland, and Fox Hastings.
  • Oregon State Motor Assn.: Petroglyph photograph album, 1929
    PH203_015: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album produced by the Oregon State Motor Association in 1929. Nine images of petroglyphs near Roosevelt, Washington, with interpretations from Bureau of Ethnology and Professor Mallery. The photographer is unknown.
  • Oregon Trail Commemoration photographs
    PH200_050: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Oregon-Washington Forest Service, 1908-1915
    PH203_047: 0.5 lin. ft./2 containers
    The collection consists of albums of forest rangers at work in Oregon and Washington, 1908-1915.
  • Albert M. Ottenheimer (1904-1980) photographs
    PH147: 2 lin. ft./2 containers
    Albert M. Ottenheimer (1904-1980) was an American actor and author. He founded the Seattle Repertory Playhouse, and was a founding member of the Seattle local of the American Federation of Radio Artists. He was blacklisted in the 1950's. The collection consists of 464 photographs and negatives of various plays and shows in which Albert Ottenheimer performed, and images of his family.
  • Pacific Novelty Co. photographs
    PH200_028: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Pacific Photo Co. photographs
    PH193_003: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The Pacific Photo Co. began under Edwin Cooke Patton in 1911 in Salem, OR. Eugene Everett Lavalleur, a photographer for Patton, bought the firm and ran it for several years, eventually selling to Charles Wesley Andrews of Baker. The company produced many fine postcards.
  • Pacific Photo Co. of Salem, OR
    PH200_230: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Painting through the Ages (Lesson 7)
    PH261_004: 1 lin. ft./1 container
  • Joel Palmer (1810-1881) photographs
    PH206: 0.5 lin. ft./2 containers
  • Sylvia Palmroth photographs
    PH307: 3 lin. ft./3 containers
  • Panoramic Photographs Collection, 1910s-1920s.
    PH286 lin. ft./2 containers
    The Panoramic Collection is an artificial assembly of images in panoramic format. The format was popularized by traveling artists in the 1910s-1920s and is an excellent method for capturing landscape and large groups of people. The collection includes images of assorted groups, the UO campus, the Pendleton Roundup, and other subjects. There is an exceptional panorama of Eugene from Hendricks Park.
  • Parker of Salem, OR
    PH200_231: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Ruth Parkhurst photographs
    PH215: 6 lin. ft./16 containers
  • Parmater
    PH200_232: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Margaret Parton (1915-1981) photographs
    PH013: 15 lin. ft./24 containers
    The bulk of the photos are amateur work by Parton's son, Lemuel Britter (1950-)
  • Edward & William Partridge photographs
    PH245: 3 lin. ft./5 containers
    Edward J. Partridge (1856-1891) and his brother, William H. Partridge (1860-1939), were important photographers active in Oregon, Alaska, and San Francisco. The collection consists of seventy images, primarily vintage prints. Other Partridge images appear in the Day collection and the Angelus Studio collection.
  • Frank Patterson (1883-1961) photographs
    PH200_049: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Frank Patterson (1883-1961) operated a photography shop in Medford, Oregon, and then in Santa Rosa, California, building a widely distributed scenic catalog from the 1920s until 1940. The collection consists of 43 postcards of scenery, primarily from the Redwood Highway, dating from the 1920s-1930s.
  • A.B. Paxton of Albany & Astoria, OR
    PH200_233: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Mary Peck (b. 1952) portfolio
    PH202_2: 2 lin. ft./1 container
    Mary Peck is a fine art photographer based in Washington State who documents the relationships between logging families and the forest. The collection consists of one portfolio.
  • Theodore Peiser of Seattle, WA (1885)
    PH200_234: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Most interesting views of Peking [Beijing] photograph album, c. 1900
    PH203_024: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one commercial souvenir album, The most interesting views of Peking, with 120 tinted images of local people, street scenes; Great Wall, palaces and other monuments. C. 1900, photographer unknown.
  • Sylvester Pennoyer (1893-1902) photographs, c. 1896
    PH169: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Sylvester Pennoyer (1893-1902) served as governor of Oregon 1886-1898. The collection consists of one portrait of Pennoyer from about 1896.
  • Pernot Brothers Studio, Corvallis, OR
    PH200_235: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Pershin's Studio of Portland, OR
    PH200_236: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Carl E. Peterson photographs
    PH175: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Carl E. Peterson was an Oregonian who served in the 4th regiment of the US Marine Corps in China 1929-1931. The collection consists of an album of snapshots and postcards of the local scenery and the military installations in San Diego, Honolulu and Guam; personnel, ships, and weapons of the brigade in China; and people and local scenery of China. The album contains one group portrait of Platoon 161 in San Diego in 1967. There are 26 loose snapshots and postcards.
  • O.W. Peterson of Newport, OR
    PH200_237: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Samuel B. Pettingill (1886-1974) photographs, c. 1930s-1950s
    PH134: 2 lin. ft./2 containers
    Samuel B. Pettingill (1886-1974) was a Democratic member of Congress from Indiana, 1931-1939. He later joined the Republican Party, and in 1942 was chairman of the Republican National Finance Committee. He joined conservative organizations, and wrote articles on current events. The collection consists of portraits and images of Pettingill at work, including some from his appearance on The March of Time. Some personal images are included.
  • Philippines and China travel album, c. 1900
    PH203_002: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one travel album, c. 1900, showing Philippines, China, Japan, Korea and San Diego. Extensive images of the Philippines and its native peoples, and recreational activities of Americans. The photographer is unknown.
  • Photo-Art Commercial Studios of Portland, OR
    PH200_238: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Pierce, K.A. of Cascade Locks, OR
    PH200_239: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Walter M. Pierce photographs (1861-1954)
    PH050: 1.25 lin. ft./3 containers
    Walter M. Pierce (1861-1954) was an Eastern Oregon educator and rancher who served as governor of Oregon and held other political offices at the state and federal level. The collection consists of 154 images, primarily personal snapshots of Pierce and his third wife, Cornelia Marvin Pierce, librarian of the Oregon State Library.
  • Piltz, Stanley A., Company, San Francisco, CA
    PH200_240: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • George Taylor Plowman (1869-1932) photographs, 1880s-1920s
    PH080: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    George Taylor Plowman (1869-1932) was an architect until 1910 and produced noted architectural etchings thereafter. He survived the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. The collection consists of an album of homes designed by Plowman, a series of 16 snapshots of the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, and seven personal images of family and places.
  • Willy Pogany (1882-1955) photographs
    PH210: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    William Andrew Pogany (1882-1955), professionally known as Willy, was a Hungarian artists and illustrator. The collection consists of eighteen images. Most are of Pogany's family; there is an Apeda portrait of the artist in middle age, a wonderful art class portrait c. 1905, Pogany at a New York Public Library exhibit, and a portrait of Pogany painting.
  • Portfolio collection
    PH202X lin. ft./1 container
  • Reavis, Frank R. of Enterprise, OR
    PH200_128: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Portland General Electric-Gould photographs, c. 1890s-1940s.
    PH016: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Portland General Electric is a utility company in Oregon that was known as Portland Railway Light and Power Company 1906-1924. The collection consists of 149 prints of Portland area train and trolley stock, bridges and trestles, and ins6allation of power and telephone poles, c. 1890s-1940s.
  • Portland Post Card Company photographs
    PH193_001: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Portraits, unidentified, c.1880s
    PH203_006: 0.1 lin. ft./2 containers
    The collection consists of a group of portraits from the 1860s-1880s, of interest as documentation of the carte de visite format.
  • Postcard collection
    PH193 lin. ft./1 container
    The Postcard Collection is an artificial assemblage of images in post card format. This was a popular method in the DATES for local photographers to market their work and for amateur photographers to produce attractive souvenirs.
  • Dan Powell photographs, 1970s-2000s
    PH297: 15 lin. ft./7 containers
    Dan Powell is a widely exhibited fine art photographer and head of the photography department at the University of Oregon. The collection is a comprehensive representation of Powell's wide-ranging life work, including constructed imagery done in the studio as well as social landscape and physical landscape imagery ranging from such diverse areas as Eastern Oregon and the Western United States to New York City and various European Countries. Typically, his work is interpretive and expressive in nature.
  • Dan Powell Western Landscapes portfolio
    PH202_1: 2 lin. ft./1 container
    Dan Powell is a widely exhibited fine art photographer and head of the photography department at the University of Oregon. The collection consists of a portfolio of Powell's environmental documentation of Western lands.
  • Laurence Pratt photographs
    PH316: 1 lin. ft./1 container
  • Prentiss, Arthur M. of Portland, OR
    PH200_241: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Robert Prescott, Jr. (b. 1914) photographs
    PH255: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Robert Prescott, Jr. (b. 1914) was an Oregon conservative who promoted the use of propaganda and psychological warfare to fight communism. The collection consists of copy prints of research images for a book, "The Texans."
  • Prier, Richard of Oregon City, OR
    PH200_242: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Print Collection
    PH035: 3 lin. ft./8 containers
    The Print Collection is an artificial collection primarily composed of vintage prints. Images of the Northwest and works by Western photographers have been separated.
  • Pruett
    PH266: 3 lin. ft./3 containers
  • Grace Guile Purse photograph, 1940s
    PH095: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Dr. Grace Guile Purse (dates unknown) was a Washington, DC physician and a poet, interested in her genealogy. In 1940 she published a small volume of verse, "How Can I Sing." The collection consists of three copies of a small portrait of a woman believed to be Purse, c 1940s.
  • Putzien, H. of Canyon City, OR
    PH200_244: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • William A. Quayle (1860-1925) photographs, c. 1890-1920
    PH127: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Bishop William Alfred Quayle (1860-1925) was a Methodist minister, a book collector, and president of Baker University, a Methodist institution that was the first university established in Kansas. The collection consists of two images: a snapshot of an unidentified elderly couple in a garden, and a gathering of Methodist bishops at Bethany Methodist Hospital, 1920.
  • Ranch family photograph album
    PH203_058: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Ranger [?] B, of Toledo, WA
    PH200_245: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Rankin, Frank A. of Eugene City, OR
    PH200_246: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Rare Book teaching slides
    PH216_001: 2 lin. ft./1 container
  • Reaves, C.S.
    PH200_247: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Reaves, Frank A. of Enterprise, OR
    PH200_248: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Albert A. Reck photographs
    PH341: 3 lin. ft./11 containers
    Albert A. Reck was a motorman on Oregon trolleys for XX years, and an amateur photographer. The collection consists of albums and images of the Reck family and friends, including Ed. L. Leppert, a professional photographer of Junction City, and Reck's "photo buddy"
  • J.W. Redington (1851-1935) photographs, 1870s-1930s
    PH221: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    John "Watermelon" Redington (1851-1935) was a tramp printer, journalist, and Indian scout. The collection consists of an album of family snapshots and personal newspaper clippings, portraits of tribal people including a vintage Moorhouse print of Chief Joseph, and images of fellow scouts and Indian War participants.
  • Rehfelds of Coos Bay, OR
    PH200_249: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Reilly, J.J. of Yosemite Valley, CA
    PH200_250: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Lawrence Reineke (1907-) military photographs, 1940s
    PH149: 5 lin. ft./3 containers
    Lawrence Reineke (b. 1907) was an Air Force intelligence officer during World War II, serving in the Aleutians, Iwo Jima, and Saipan. The collection consists of eleven albums and some associated images, relating to Reineke's military service. One album documents the mascots painted on the noses of military aircraft.
  • Rettie, Dwight Fay photographs (1930- )
    PH162: 1.25 lin. ft./3 containers
  • H.A. Rey (1898-1977) photographs
    PH254: 0.001 lin. ft./1 container
    Hans Agusto Rey (1898-1977) was an author and illustrator of children's books, best known for his Curious George series. The collection consists of a snapshot of Rey with his spaniel, and a color transparency of Curious George with a bunch of balloons, floating over a street.
  • Claton Silas Rice (1883-1972) photographs, 1900-1967
    PH283: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Claton Silas Rice (1883-1972) was a Congregational minister, missionary, and administrator. The collection consists of prints of his family, colleagues, and travels, primarily in the West. Several images of tribal people from his service in St. George, Utah, c. 1908, are notable.
  • Richards, Fern of Albany, OR
    PH200_251: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Richmond of Moro, OR
    PH200_252: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Roe Richmond (1910-1986) photographs, 1920s-1950s
    PH081: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Roaldus F. "Roe" Richmond (1910-1986) was a writer of pulp fiction best known for his Western stories. The collection consists of three portraits of the author, from the 1920s and the 1940s-1950s.
  • Rieder, Cardinell & Co (pub)
    PH200_253: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Rieman & Co.
    PH200_254: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Rinehart, F.A. copyright
    PH200_255: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Roberts, Mike, Studio, Berkeley, CA
    PH200_256: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • L.E. Robertson (1856-1906) photographs, 1903-1905
    PH200_015: 3 lin. ft./1 container
    Lorenzo E. Robertson (1856-1906) was a commercial photographer active in Alaska and the Yukon 1898-1905. The collection consists of five panoramic prints of Fairbanks and Eagle, dated 1903-1905.
  • Thomas Matthew Robins photographs (1881-1965)
    PH117: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Thomas Matthew Robins was born in Snow Hill, Md., and was graduated from the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, in 1904, as 2nd Lt., Corps of Engineers. He served in Cuba in 1908 and in Manila, 1909-1912. Dur­ing World War I he was engineer officer at the Hoboken, N.J., port of embarkation. In 1929 he was division engineer, Southern Pacific Division, San Francisco, and later of the Northern Pacific Division, Portland, Ore. While in Portland he was in charge of all rivers and harbors and flood control work, including Bonneville Dam construction. He was later stationed at Ft. Belvoir, Va., and became Deputy Chief of Engineers. He retired in 1945, and did private consulting work. There is a photograph album of the construction of the Panama Canal and of Army supply bases at Brooklyn, N.Y., Kearney, N.J., and Port Newark, 1918-1919.
  • A.S. Robinson photographs
    PH166: 2.5 lin. ft./2 containers
    A.S. Robinson was a prominent and successful early car dealer in New York, Pennsylvania and Oregon. The collection consists of a scrapbook, clippings, and prints of Robinson, his career and cars.
  • Gerald H. Robinson (b. 1927) photographs, 1960-2000
    PH264: 2 lin. ft./2 containers
    Gerald H. Robinson (1927-) is a fine art photographer and photography advocate as well as a noted Portland attorney. He was a founding member of the Friends of Photography and Portland's Group 15, has exhibited his work widely, and served as an instructor in photography at several colleges. The collection consists of 81 matted and signed prints dating from 1960-2000. Sixty-one are by Robinson and 14 by his associates: Bernard Freemesser (8), Larry Smith (1), Max Allard (2), Marvin R. Goodman (2), and Bob Barnes (1)
  • Robison, Hana
    PH200_258: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Roelofson/Johnson Family photographs
    PH287: 1.25 lin. ft./3 containers
    The Roelofson family descended from a Hessian soldier named Lawrence Roelofson, Sr. (?-1818). Marriages to John Tucker Scott (1809-?), Neill Johnson (1802-1851), Benjamin Franklin Hall (dates unknown), and Thomas Porterfield Jack (1821-1906) established related branches of the family, many of whom moved to Oregon as pioneers and settled in Marion County. The collection consists of portraits of family members, primarily 19th century, and group portraits or snapshots from the Oregon clan's family gatherings, which began around 1900 and continued through the 1950s
  • Rogers of Olympia, WA
    PH200_259: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Charles H. Rogers Alaska photograph album, 1897-1904
    PH203_004: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Charles H. Rogers (dates unknown) was a young man who participated in the Yukon gold rush which began in 1897. The collection consists of an album of 24 snapshots of Rogers and other miners, camps and towns, and Alaskan Native peoples.
  • Romans Photographic Company of Seattle, WA
    PH200_260: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Edward Merrill Root (1895-1973) photographs
    PH057: 0.001 lin. ft./1 container
    E. Merrill Root (1895-1973) was a poet, college English teacher, and anti-Communist activist. The collection consists of one damaged print of an island.
  • James Rorty (1890-1973) photographs, 1890s-1950s
    PH123: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    James Rorty (1890-1973) was an American writer who tackled medicine, advertising, and Jim Crow. The collection consists of 58 images, primarily of the Rorty family and their ancestors, 1890s-1950s.
  • H.R. Ross photographs, 1880s-1904
    PH200_007: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    H.R. Ross was a photographer active in the area of Eugene, Oregon around 1900. The collection consists of eighteen images dating from 1880s-1904, primarily logging showing Booth-Kelly operations, Wendling, and Marcola.
  • Marion Dean Ross Chapter of Architectural Historians
    PH348: 0.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    The Marion Dean Ross Chapter of Architectural Historians is a professional organization honoring a former dean of architecture at the University of Oregon. The collection consists of slides and prints of activities of the Society and buildings discussed.
  • Polly King Ruhtenberg (1907-1983) photographs
    PH143: 3 lin. ft./6 containers
    Polly King Ruhtenberg (1907-1983) was an American children’s book author and libertarian, ctive in Colorado. The collection consists of several dozen prints of Rutenburg and colleagues, 16 audio tapes, and three multimedia presentations about government.
  • Edward Aloysius Rumely (1882-) photographs
    PH088: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Edward Aloysius Rumely (b. 1882) founded the Interlaken School, Rolling Prairie, Ind., in 1907. From 1915 to 1918 he published the Evening Mail (New York). He later pioneered the introduction of vitamin foods. He was a trustee of the Committee for Constitutional Government, and its executive secretary beginning in 1937. The collection consists of 26 images dating from the 1880s-1920s, primarily snapshots of Rumely's visit to Glarisegg School in Switzerland.
  • Rutherford, William D. (1932-)
    PH232: 2 lin. ft./3 containers
  • Thomas H. Rutter (1837-1925) photographs
    PH200_261: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Thomas H. Rutter (1837-1925) was a photographer active in Glendale, MT in 1870s partnered with Nesbitt; in Butte City, MT in 1885-1890, and in Tacoma, WA in 1888.
  • Sagermann News Dealer of Brookings, OR
    PH200_262: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • San Francisco homes photographs, c. 1880
    PH200_029: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of twenty-three commercial images of architecture in San Francisco, primarily residences, dating to about 1880. The photographer is unidentified.
  • Sands
    PH200_263: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • F.F. Sasman photographs
    PH200_264: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Fred F. Sasman was a photographer in Newport, OR and a friend of William B. Burke . The two were part of the 1912 Pathfinder expedition documenting the need for better roads in the Siletz area.
  • Saubert of Acme, OR
    PH200_265: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • C.R. Savage (1832-1909) photographs
    PH200_051: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
    Charles Roscoe Savage (1832–1909) was a British-born landscape and portrait photographer who produced images of the American West. He is best known for his 1869 photographs of the linking of the first transcontinental railroad. The collection consists of fourteen images of Utah and Salt Lake City, 1864-1875, including "Driving of the golden spike, Promontory, Utah, May 10, 1869" and a portrait of Brigham Young.
  • Carlton Sawyer photographs
    PH200_266: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Carlton Sawyer (dates unknown) was a Portland photographer active 1911-1917 who worked for Morgan, partnered with Dennis J. Dwyer, and operated the Rose City Art Store. He produced the Scenic Photo series and then went on to invent the Viewmaster.
  • Sawyer Scenic Photos of Portland, OR
    PH200_267: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Sawyer, F.W. of McMinnville, OR
    PH200_268: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Robert William Sawyer (1880-1959) photographs, 1915-1950s
    PH086: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Robert William Sawyer (1880-1959) was a publisher and editor of the Bend Bulletin, and a public servant. The collection consists of thirteen images, mostly family snapshots. There is one image of Sawyer shaking hands with Dewey during the 1948 campaign.
  • Harold B. Say (b. 1896) photographs
    PH303: 0.025 lin. ft./1 container
    Harold B. Say (b. 1896) was the first director of the travel information division of the Oregon State Highway Dept., serving 1935-1946. The collection consists of glass negative images of France during World War II.
  • Rodger Schaefer's Oregon Caves album, 1948-1950
    PH203_053: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Rodger Schaefer was a student at Oregon State University who worked at Oregon Caves in 1948-1950. The album consists of snapshots of Schaefer's co-workers and the vicinity, group portraits, and commercial tourist images of the Caves area. There are also several documents related to his employment.
  • Martin Schmitt (d. 1983) photographs
    PH325: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Martin Ferdinand Schmitt (d. 1983) was the first curator of Special Collections at the University of Oregon and a scholar of the American West. The collection consists of Schmitt's personal photographs and his mother's childhood in Germany.
  • E. Schuster stereos, c. 1880s
    PH194_013: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    E. Schuster was a stereo photographer active in La Vegas, New Mexico in the 1880s. The collection consists of nine images of the West: one of San Felipe de Neri in Albuquerque, one of a house in Denver, and the rest of the Las Vegas vicinity.
  • Rosel Schwarzmann (1896-1990) photographs
    PH189: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Rosel Schwarzmann (1896-1990) was a woman photographer in Mainz, Germany. The collection consists of a portfolio of seven matted, signed images of local architecture and scenery.
  • Scientific Lantern Slides
    PH214_04: 15 lin. ft./37 containers
  • Scott family photographs
    PH198: 2 lin. ft./1 container
    Charles Leland Scott (1866-1924) was the mayor of Springfield, Oregon; a bank president; and an educator in the Eugene, Oregon area in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Scott Family Papers comprise the personal and professional papers of Charles Leland Scott, the papers of his wife, Mollie Brattain Scott, a schoolteacher, and of the Scott children and other relatives.
  • A tour of Sears, Roebuck & Co. , 1908 [stereograph set]
    PH203_028: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of a boxed set of stereographs produced by Sears, Roebuck & Co. in 1908, documenting the history of the company.
  • Roscoe W. Segar (b. 1891) photographs
    PH251: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Roscoe W. Segar (b. 1891) was a Portland, Ore., commercial artist specializing in theater advertisements, 1920-1950. The collection consists of 58 theatrical publicity images of stars including Merle Oberon and Tom Mix, examples of Segar's work, and a series of images related to the wood products industry.
  • Millicent Ellis Selsam (1912-1996) photographs,
    PH274 lin. ft./1 container
    Millicent Ellis Selsam (1912-1996) wrote popular science books for young people.
  • Severtson, E.
    PH200_270: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Seward & Robideau of Bend, OR
    PH200_271: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Seward Peninsula photograph album, c. 1903
    PH203_021: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of photographs, text and documents, documenting transportation and infrastructure of Seward, Alaska area c. 1903. Compiled by J. Warren Dickson of Seattle, to promote a planned expansion of the Council City and Solomon River Railroad. Designed to support the mining industry, the railroad used trains from the New York City elevated system. It was abandoned in 1907 but is listed on the National Register of Historic Properties. Approximately 150 images.
  • Shady Beach Fire photographs
    PH310 lin. ft./1 container
  • Shaver Studio of Baker, OR
    PH200_272: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Henry Davidson Sheldon (1874-1948) photographs
    PH164: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Henry Davidson Sheldon (1874-1948) was dean of the School of Education at the University of Oregon
  • Sheldon-Fife family photographs (1873-1959)
    PH109: 3 lin. ft./6 containers
    The Sheldon and Fife families were Midwesterners, some of whom served as missionaries in India. The collection consists of one box of film negatives and five boxes of portraits of familiy members.
  • A.C. Shelton (b. 1891) photographs, 1914-1920
    PH243: 2.25 lin. ft./5 containers
    Alfred Cooper Shelton (b. 1891) was a zoological student and assistant at the University of Oregon from 1915-1917, and author of “Distributional List of the Land Birds of West Central Oregon.” The collection consists of 317 prints, 285 nitrate negatives, and six glass images, documenting landscape and wildlife in California, Oregon, and Africa.
  • Dr. Albert L. Shelton (1875-1922) photographs
    PH019: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Albert Leroy Shelton (1875-1922) and his wife, Flora Flavia Beale Shelton, were missionaries stationed in Batang, Tibet from 1903 until he was killed by robbers in 1922. Shelton was a medical doctor. The collection consists of an album and 28 snapshots of the Sheltons and the people they served in Tibet.
  • Shevlin-Hixson logging operation photograph album
    PH203_044: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of Shevlin-Hixson logging operations in Bend, including men and women mill workers, mill, kitchen and dining hall, and
  • logging and milling equipment
  • Shews, William of San Francisco, CA
    PH200_273: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Shields Studio of Cottage Grove, OR
    PH200_274: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Shurte, M.E. of Arlington, OR
    PH200_275: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Shuster, H. S. [Salem, OR]
    PH200_276: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Edith W. Simester photographs c. 1930s-1950s.
    PH229_1: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Edith W. Simester was a Methodist Episcopal missionary teacher at the Anglo-Chinese College in Foochow, China. The collection consists of eleven snapshots from China, 1930s-1950s.
  • Simmer
    PH200_277: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Leo Simon (1891-1986) photographs, 1930s-1960s
    PH200_002: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Leo F. Simon (1891-1986) was a nature lover and a commercial photographer in Portland, Oregon, 1907-1976. In 1925 he operated the Sowell Studio. The collection consists of seventy images of Portland landmarks, 1930s-1960s.
  • Slide collection
    PH216X lin. ft./1 container
  • Louis Slobodkin (1903-1975) photographs
    PH156: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Louis Slobodkin (1903-1975) was an American sculptor, author and illustrator of numerous children's books including Many Moons by James Thurber and The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes. The collection consists of snapshots of Slobodkin's family and work.
  • Slocum, Geo. I. (pub)
    PH200_278: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Smith & Bart of Seattle, WA
    PH200_280: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Carl F. Smith photographs
    PH247: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of scrapbooks and photographs related to Thomas Condon and the Condon family.
  • F.A. Smith (1830-1903) photographs, 1872-1881
    PH200_281: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Francis A. Smith (1830-1903) was active as a photographer in Oregon and Washington 1861-1903. He had a studio in Salem 1872-1881. The collection consists of fourteen portraits from Salem
  • H. Smith family album, 1910s-1920s
    PH203_011: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of the H. Smith family from Gearhart, including trips to Pendleton, Shasta Springs, John Day, Portland, and Columbia Gorge. Subjects include Columbia Gorge Highway, Gearhart, Seaside, biplanes, "Northern Pacific" steamer and "T.J. Potter" side-wheeler; Roundup 1920; "Monkey Wrench" Ferry at John Day; Woods, Bill Johnson and Wilson, Hattie; Hug Point and Cannon Beach, OR; Yellowstone; Marysville, CA; Shasta Springs, CA; trains.
  • Larry Smith (d. 1999) photographs, 1930s-1990s
    PH257: 6 lin. ft./12 containers
    Lawrence W. Smith, known as Larry, was a photographer active in Portland, Oregon. He was a close friend of Minor White and served as president of the Oregon Camera Club. The collection consists of prints, arranged in series of Nature, the Built Environment, and People (including a handful of portraits of other photographers such as Ansel Adams, Brett Weston, Minor White, and Ray Atkeson). Smith died in 1999.
  • Myrtle A. Smith photographs
    PH218: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
    Miss Smith was a Methodist missionary teacher at Kutien, Fukien, China. The collection consists of snapshots of Kutien and Foochow.
  • S.C. Smith photographs, 1903
    PH200_282: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Sterling C. Smith (dates unknown) was active as a photographer in Enterprise in 1903 and in North Yakima in 1911. The collection consists of two stereo images from 1903.
  • Wallace Smith (1888-1937) photographs
    PH180: 2 lin. ft./2 containers
  • William J. Smith photographs, c. 1898-1983
    PH025: 0.5 lin. ft./3 containers
    William J. Smith (dates unknown) grew up in Detroit, Oregon, at the turn of the century, and went into the family timber business. The Smith & Smith Mill processed timber in the Macky Place area. The collection consists of photographs documenting the mill, the original town of Detroit, and landscape, and include several shots of the transportation of a donkey engine across a river and up a steep slope in 1911.
  • Richard Haviland Smythe photographs (1899-1965)
    PH171: 1.5 lin. ft./2 containers
    Richard Haviland Smythe (1899-1965) was a New York architect who designed influential store fronts for the Melville Shoe Corporation as well as retrospective colonial-era designs for Ward Melville's Stony Brook, Setauket and Old Field communities in Long Island. The collection consists of prints of Old Field houses; the Setauket school; interiors of the Tudor-style John Ward Shoes and Ye Peg Woffington Coffee House; and portraits of the architect
  • Snapshot photograph album, 1965-1967
    PH203_032: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of color and BW snapshots and proof prints by an amateur photographer in Nova Scotia, Scotland and US, 1965-1967. Pets, children, plants, scenery. The photographer is unidentified.
  • Snodgrass, W.F. of Astoria, OR
    PH200_283: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Soviet schools photographs, 1961
    PH238: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of 59 black and white prints of children and teachers in Soviet schools. Some of the students are Slavic in appearance, some are Asian, some wear ikat clothing and round caps. The source and context of the collection is unknown.
  • Sowell-Simon Studio photographs
    PH200_284: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Franklyn S. Sowell (d. c. 1915) and Joseph Clyde Sowell (dates unknown) were active in the Sowell Studio and the Sowell-Simon Studio in Portland, OR 1911-1915. The collection consists of one copy print of a portrait of Jim Bridger (1804-1881).
  • James Williams Spangler (1874-1957) photographs
    PH155: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    James Williams Spangler (1874-1957)was a Seattle, WA banker. The scrapbooks contain clippings, programs, and photographs of his banking and civic career.
  • C. Eleanor Spears (b. 1876) photographs, c.1900-1920s
    PH068: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    C. Eleanor Spears (b. 1876) was a writer, suffragist, and a member of the Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU). The collection consists of two postcards (1920s), a snapshot of Mussel Shoals (c. 1900) and an editorial cartoon about the photographer Lindburg of Inglewood, CA (1910s)
  • Raymond Smiley Spears (1876-1950) photographs, 1880s-1930s
    PH083: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Raymond Smiley Spears (1876-1950) was a reporter for the New York Sun, 1896-1900, then a freelance writer of adventure stories, travel articles, and books. The collection consists of an wide assortment of Spears' life: family and friends, a bear hunt, an 1895 motorcycle rally, scenes with the Blackfoot tribe in the late 1920s, the Grand Canyon in 1927, and research into Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch, logging, and the Great Lakes. Spears was an active and innovative traveler and camper; snapshots of his vehicles and travels through the West are included. About 75 prints, 1880s-1930s.
  • Sperry the artist
    PH200_285: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Springfield News photographs [unprocessed], 1960s-2009
    PH337: 40 lin. ft./41 containers
    The Springfield News was a newspaper serving the community of Springfield, Oregon, for over 100 years. The collection is unprocessed and consists of 41 boxes of negatives, slides, prints, and associated papers. There is some arrangement and some limited indexing. Photographs of sports, primarily related Springfield public schools, were transferred to the school district. A second portion of the collection, believed to be of very low research value, is in storage. The newspaper donated its early photographs to the Springfield Museum.
  • Sprouse & Son of Tacoma (pub)
    PH200_286: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • SS Baranov Alaska trip photograph album, 1950
    PH203_034: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of snapshots from unidentified party on cruise aboard S.S. "Baranov" to Alaska in 1950. Some images by Foto Center of Ketchikan.
  • Stadden Photographic Studio photographs, c. 1910-1920
    PH010: 3.5 lin. ft./10 containers
    John Hawthorne Stadden (1873-1961) was an itinerant Northwest photographer from 1907-1909 and opened Stadden Photographic Studio in Marshfield (Coos Bay) in 1909. The collection consists of images of the Coos Bay area of the Oregon coast, c. 1910-1920.
  • Stage, J.D. Stationer, Blaine WA
    PH200_287: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Stanleys of Eugene, OR (pub)
    PH200_288: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Stauff, Ernest A. of Marshfield, OR
    PH200_289: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Steffens-Colmer, Portland, OR.
    PH200_291: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Stereograph collection
    PH194: 1 lin. ft./3 containers
    The Stereograph collection documents a photographic phenomenon of the 19th and early 20th century which brought world landscapes and peoples to the European and American public. The collection consists of 140 images by anonymous and identified photographers, publishers and distributers. A variety of stereograph formats are represented.
  • Bernard Joseph Stern (1894-1956) photographs
    PH091: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
    Bernard Joseph Stern (1894-1956) was a professor of social anthropology and an "independent Marxist" who, with his wife, Charlotte Todes Stern, suffered under McCarthyism. The collection consists of four images by Eugene H. Field from Stern's 1934 book, The Lummi Indians of northwest Washington, of Lummi tribal people and a house. There is also a portrait of three young men, probably including Stern, c. 1910s.
  • Hazard Stevens (1842-1918) photographs, c. 1840s-1918
    PH101: 1.5 lin. ft./2 containers
    Hazard Stevens (1842-1918) was the son of the first governor of Washington Territory, and worked in law and for the Oregon Steam Navigation Co. He served in the Civil War and received a Medal of Honor. Stevens was one of the first to ascend Mt. Rainier, in 1870. The collection consists of portraits of family and friends, Civil War officers, and Northwest landscapes.
  • Richard Sundeleaf (1900-1987) photographs
    PH196: 44 lin. ft./20 containers
    Richard Wilhelm Sundeleaf (1900-1987) practiced architecture in Portland, OR. His noted public buildings include the Woodbury and Co. warehouse, 1939; the Bearing Service Co. building, 1944; the General Co. building (now Dynagraphics Inc.) 1945; the Francis and Hopkins Motor showroom (now the University Station Post Office) 1949; the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, 1955; and the Portland Medical Center, 1957. The collection documents his architectural work and includes many oversized prints.
  • J.W. Sweeney Construction Co. photographs
    PH317: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of 111 black and white, photographic prints of road and railroad construction projects that the J.W. Sweeney Construction Company undertook throughout Oregon from 1904 to 1926.
  • Albert Raddin Sweetser (1861-1940) photographs
    PH015: 21 lin. ft./84 containers
    Albert Raddin Sweetser (1861-1940) was professor of botany at University of Oregon, 1902-1931. The collection consists of documentation of botanical specimens and the botanical artwork of his wife, Carrie Sweetser.
  • Lewis Hobart Sweetser photographs (1868-1944)
    PH116: 2 lin. ft./4 containers
    Lewis Hobart Sweetser (1868-1944) was an Idaho rancher and politician, and a close friend of the family of writer Edgar Rice Burroughs. The collection consists of family pictures, mining and ranching operations, hunting and fishing, and some related to E.R. Burroughs.
  • Sykes, Horace
    PH200_292: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Taber of San Francisco, CA
    PH200_293: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • David S. Tappan (1880-1968) and Luella R. Tappan photographs, 1910s-1960s.
    PH070: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    David Stanton Tappan (1880-1968) and his wife, Luella R. Tappan, were Presbyterian missionaries in Hainan, China. The collection consists of eight images of the Tappans, their travels and their home, c. 1910s-1960s.
  • Teter, J. W. of Eugene, OR
    PH200_295: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Joseph V. Thebaud (b. 1888) photographs
    PH224: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Cachot Therkelsen (1894-1964) photographs
    PH140: 1.25 lin. ft./4 containers
    Cachot Therkelsen (1894-1964) was a realtor who collected building plans. The collection consists of twelve albums of photographs of buildings in Idaho (Nampa), Oregon (Astoria, Baker, Canby, Corvallis, Eugene, Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, La Grande, Lakeview, McMinnville, Marshfield, Medford, Oregon City, Pendleton, Roseburg, Salem, The Dalles), and Washington (Aberdeen, Bremerton, Kelso, Longview, Port Angeles, Spokane, Tacoma, Vancouver, Wenatchee, Yakima).
  • Thief of Bagdad
    PH261_001 lin. ft./1 container
  • A.L. Thomas (1875-1940) photographs
    PH200_296: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Albert Lewis Thomas (1875-1940) ran a a shop in Newport selling curios and post cards. He copyrighted a souvenir book in 1905 and continued to take pictures until his death. He is noted for his post card scenes of the mid coast.
  • Herbert C. Thompson (1875-1960) photographs
    PH043: 3 lin. ft./9 containers
    Herbert Cooper Thompson (1875-1960) served in the Philippines as part of the Oregon Volunteers, and was a war correspondent during World War I and the Mexican Revolution. The collection consists of family portraits and images from his travels. Most of the prints are arranged by location.
  • Joseph Thwaites photographs, 1880s
    PH200_013: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Joseph Thwaites (dates unknown) was a commercial photographer active in the area of Portland, Oregon, 1880-1907. The collection consists of nine portraits from the 1880s, including three of "Adam Karl, California Dutch Comique."
  • Earl Tifft: Townsend photographs
    PH260: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
  • Dr. John Barr Tompkins (1907-1980) photographs
    PH130: 4 lin. ft./3 containers
    Dr. Francis John Barr Tompkins (1907-1980) was an anthropologist at the University of California-Berkeley, noted for his rediscovery of the 16th c. Codex Fernandez Leal and his studies of human sacrifice rituals. The collection consists of two groups of images: the Cuicatec codex, and the Danza de los Voladores de Papantla group of Totonac and Olmeca in Veracruz, Mexico. Two panoramic versions of the Codex are included.
  • Towne studio photographs, 1879-1895
    PH200_297: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Bertram C. , Lucy A., Ralph W. and William H. were all members of the Towne family of photographers, working in Portland 1879-1895. The collection consists of eight images, half portraits and half outdoor scenes. One shows a Chinese man fishing from the banks of the Columbia.
  • M.H Townes photographs, 1888
    PH200_298: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Nothing is known of M.H. Townes. The collection consists of one portrait dated 1888.
  • Treadwell
    PH200_299: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Oregon trolleys and trains photograph album, 1910-1948.
    PH203_041: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of 47 copy prints of trolleys and trains, mostly in Oregon. Crews, lines, depots and other related subjects. Many identified in captions. Many Angelus photos; other photographers not identified. 1910-1948.
  • Trolleys and trains in Oregon photographs
    PH200_057: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of approximately 100 snapshots of Oregon trolley and train stock. Lines represented include Oregon Electric, Portland Electric Power, Willamette Valley Railway, Portland Traction, and United Railways.
  • Trover's Studio of Salem, OR
    PH200_300: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Trullinger
    PH200_302: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Turn of the century Portland album
    PH203_057: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Turner, I.S. of North Yamhill, OR
    PH200_303: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Turner, J.H.
    PH200_304: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Tyler, Mrs. M.E. of Ashland, OR
    PH200_305: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Al Ullman (1914-1986) photographs
    PH051: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Albert Conrad Ullman (1914-1986) of Baker, Oregon, was a Democratic Congressman represented from 1957 to 1981. Most of his efforts focused on the development of Oregon’s water resources and the improved management of public lands and national forests. In the 1970s, he worked on tax reform, welfare reform, and national health insurance. The collection consists of several hundred images, primarily official portraits and scenes of Ullman representing his constituents, 1957 to 1981.
  • David Featherstone collection of Doris Ulmann photographs, 1920s-1934
    PH038_x1: 2 lin. ft./2 containers
    David Featherstone (b. 1945) is a photographer, a curator of photography and the author of " : Doris Ulmann : American portraits" (Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 1985). The collection consists of copy prints of Ulmann photographs compiled during research for the book, many of them from the University of Oregon's Ulmann collection, PH038.
  • Doris Ulmann (1882-1934) photographs, 1920s-1934
    PH038: 54 lin. ft./146 containers
    Doris Ulmann (1822-1934) was a wealthy New Yorker whose work in Appalachia transformed her interest from portraits of the elite to photography of rural Americans. The collection consists of vintage prints, proof prints and glass-plate negatives featuring portraits of eminent literary figures, craftspeople and farmers from Appalachia and the Georgia Sea Islands (1920s-1934), 9,000 images.
  • Umtuk family photographs
    PH346: 0.5 lin. ft./1 container
    The Umtuk or Umtuch family are tribal members from Washington State. The collection consists of two albums of family photos, portraits and tribal activities, dating from the 1960s and 1970s.
  • Underwood & Underwood (1882-1920) stereos, 1898-1903
    PH194_001: 0.5 lin. ft./2 containers
    Underwood & Underwood (1882-1920) was a North American stereograph firm that distributed images by photographers such as Bierstadt and Jarvis and then began to produce original works, eventually dominating the industry. The firm sold out to Keystone in 1923. This collection consists of 49 images from the Philippines conflict of the Spanish-American War, several Northwest images, and two of President McKinley. There is a cased set of 84 images of Mexico, not itemized.
  • Unidentified family snapshot album from Alaska, c.1905
    PH203_026: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one unidentified snapshot album from Alaska & the Yukon, including portraits of women, steamer "Selkirk" of Whitehorse, waterfronts, landscape, Yukon people and places. 142 images. C. 1905
  • Unknown Oregon postcard photographer, c. 1900
    PH200_307: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of seven scenic post cards by an unidentified photographer working in Oregon c. 1900.
  • UO Archives negative binders
    PH270: 15 lin. ft./1 container
    Negatives of official photographs from the University of Oregon Archives
  • UO School of AAA Lantern Slide Collection
    PH214_01: 3.25 lin. ft./9 containers
  • USDA Forest Service photographs, 1899-1921
    PH017: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The USDA Forest Service Photograph Collection consists of official Bureau of Forestry images documenting work projects and landscape in national forests of Oregon and Washington. It is of interest for its documentation of the early years of the organization and for the forests depicted.
  • Liévin Van de Velde photographs (1850-1888)
    PH048: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Liévin Jean Van de Velde (1850-1888) was a captain of the Belgian Army, active in the development and control of the Congo Free State, essentially owned by Leopold II, king of Belgium. The collection consist of 24 images (prints and artworks) of Van de Velde, his military career and comrades, and people and places in the Congo, 1880s.
  • Van Ness Studios of Seattle, WA
    PH200_308: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Van Wormer, Joe of Bend, OR
    PH200_309: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Vanport City, Oregon photograph album, 1944
    PH203_025: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album produced in 1944 by Oregon Shipbuilding Corp. documenting construction and operation of Vanport City, a shipyard workers' development, in response to a query from an English government official. 34 images, text. The town was destroyed by a catastrophic flood in 1948. Although Vanport had a substantial African-American population, only white people appear in the photographs.]
  • Vaughan, John William of Vancouver, BC (1862-1865)
    PH200_310: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Peter Vennewitz photographs
    PH191: 1.25 lin. ft./2 containers
  • Columbia Studio photographs
    PH200_096: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    The Columbia Studio operated in Oregon City in 1895.
  • Vietnamese snapshots, 1960s-1970s
    PH340: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of a group of 92 black and white snapshots taken by an unidentified American serviceman stationed in Vietnam during the war.
  • Amy Estes Von Rhein theatrical photographs, 1850s-1950s.
    PH125: 6 lin. ft./7 containers
    Amy Estes Von Rhein (dates unknown) was a member of a prominent Portland, Oregon pioneer family, and a patron of theatre including the Baker Stock Company. The collection consists of approximately 350 images, primarily portraits of identified actors and entertainers. Many of the 19th century images are by Sarony of New York or Houseworth's Celebrity series of San Francisco, or by early Portland photographers such as Abell. There is an extensive series of the Gleason theatrical family (James, Lucille, William, Russell and Mimi), and stills from movies. Some of the images include or have inscriptions to Mayo Methot Bogart.
  • Voyage of the Mary Ann photograph album, 1910
    PH203_018: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of 28 photographs documenting a 1910 camping trip in Oregon, compiled by Campbell Church of Eugene. Sites include Crater Lake, Crescent Lake, and others. Party of ten men and women traveled in a horse-drawn wagon.
  • Judge John B. Waldo (1844-1907) photographs
    PH192: 0.75 lin. ft./1 container
    Judge John Breckenridge Waldo (1844-1907) was a conservationist who explored Oregon's Cascade Range and sought to protect it as a forest reserve. The collection consists of 44 vintage prints, primarily boudoir prints of Lake Waldo and the surrounding wilderness by Catterlin & Lussier of Salem, OR or Warner & Randolph of Seattle, WA. There is one portrait of Judge Waldo by Trover of Salem, c. 1907.
  • Waldorf Art Co.
    PH200_311: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Jodie Wallick photographs, c. 1900-1905
    PH200_006: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Mrs Henry "Jodie" Wallick (dates unknown) was a woman photographer active in Alaska c. 1900 and in Sumpter, Oregon, 1903-1905. The collection consists of 25 images of Alaska and of Eastern Oregon.
  • Gertrude Bass Warner (1863–1951) lantern slides, 1903-1929.
    PH014: 42 lin. ft./101 containers
    Gertrude Bass Warner (1863–1951) was an Asian art enthusiast, internationalist, and traveler. The collection consists of lantern slides documenting Asian art, culture, religion and architecture before World War II, in China, Japan, Korea and Cambodia. Images of the Warner art objects are also included.
  • Gertrude Bass Warner (1863–1951) photographs
    PH014_1: 1 lin. ft./3 containers
    Gertrude Bass Warner (1863–1951) was an art enthusiast, internationalist, and traveler. On her first trip to Asia in 1904, she became fascinated with the region and began, with her husband Murray Warner, to collect art and documentation of art and culture in Asia. The collection was abstracted from the archives of the Museum of Art and documents Warner's life and Asian activities.
  • Mason Young Warner (1868-1957) photographs
    PH240: 6 lin. ft./12 containers
    Mason Young Warner (1868-1957) was a member of a pioneer family in Lane County, Oregon.
  • Waters, B. of Tacoma, WA
    PH200_312: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Waters, L.Z.
    PH200_313: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Waters, Lorin B. of Seattle, WA
    PH200_314: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Carlton E. Watkins (1829-1916) photographs, 1870s-1880s
    PH200_011: 0.3 lin. ft./1 container
    Carlton E. Watkins (1829-1916) was a landscape and view photographer based in San Francisco, who made trips to Oregon in 1867 and in the 1880s. The collection consists of 33 stereo images of the West and includes some work from the Columbia Gorge.
  • Morris Watson photographs
    PH225: 1.25 lin. ft./1 container
  • Watson, Mrs. J.N. of Lakeview, OR
    PH200_315: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Weber
    PH200_316: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Suzanne E. Weddell (1884-1978) photographs, 1930s-1950s
    PH055: 1.5 lin. ft./2 containers
    Suzanne Emma Weddell (1884-1978) was a Christian missionary, based in the United States, who traveled abroad to India, England, Holland, Switzerland, and France. The collection consists of 93 images, primarily snapshots of her travels and documentation of meetings. The bulk date from the 1930s-1950s.
  • Weisberg, Thane of Portland, OR
    PH200_317: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • George Weister (1862-1922) photograph album
    PH203_017: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    The collection consists of one album of 36 images by noted Portland photographer George Weister (1862-1922), showing Astoria, Oregon and vicinity c. 1910. Weister's negatives are included in the Angelus Studio collection, PH037, and negative numbers are referenced.
  • Kurt Werth (1896- ) photographs, 1926-1938
    PH020: 0.25 lin. ft./1 container
    Kurt Werth (1896- ) was born in Germany and trained at the Academy for Graphic Arts, Leipzig. He worked in Munich as an illustrator of limited editions, and then for magazines. During the Nazi regime he came to the United States, where he has been both a writer and illustrator, primarily of books for children. The collection consists of an album of snapshots of Werth and his friends and family, traveling throughout Germany in 1926-1938.
  • Western photographers
    PH199: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Western Photography is an artificial collection of images of the West or by regional photographers.
  • Westover Terrace construction photograph albums, 1910s-1920s
    PH203_035: 0.1 lin. ft./2 containers
    The collection consists of two albums documenting the Westover Terrace project of Seattle hydraulic contractors Charles Wiley and William Lewis. Using mining technology, they blasted a hillside with water from Guild Lake and constructed home sites in Portland, Oregon. Images of progress at the site, labor, equipment, and homes. 1910-1920s
  • Laura Maude Wheeler photographs
    PH121: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Laura Maude Wheeler (dates unknown) was a missionary teacher in north China from 1903 to 1948, supported by the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Episcopal Church. She worked at the Keen School, Tientsin, Gamewell School, Peking, and the Union Bible School, Peking. In 1943 she was interned at the Civilian Civic Center, Shantung, and was released in 1945. The collection consists of snapshots of Wheeler, her friends, and colleagues.
  • Wheeler, W.D. of Astoria, OR
    PH200_319: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • White, George R. of San Jose, CA
    PH200_320: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • John R. White (1879-1961) photographs
    PH295: 3 lin. ft./11 containers
    John Roberts White (1879-1961) was an English soldier who served in the National Park Service as ranger, chief ranger, or park superintendent at Grand Canyon, Sequoia, and General Grant national parks, Death Valley National Monument, and as director of regions 3 and 4, 1940-1941.
  • Harold Clarence Whitehouse (1884-1974) photographs
    PH115: 3 lin. ft./4 containers
    Harold Clarence Whitehouse (1884-1974) was an architect who practised in Spokane, WA. Among his notable buildings are the music building and the fine arts building, University of Washington, the administration building, University of Idaho, the Cathedral of St. John in Spokane, Anacortes Hospital in Anacortes, the women's dormitory at Gonzaga University, Lincoln office building in Spokane, and United General Hospital in Sedro-Wooley. He also designed Episcopal churches in small towns throughout the Pacific Northwest. The coillection consists of 20 glass negatives, 42 film negatives and 46 prints of architectural work.
  • Opal Stanley Whiteley (1897-1992) photographs
    PH204: 6 lin. ft./4 containers
    Opal Stanley Whiteley (1897-?) was an author and speaker who studied biology and professed harmony with nature in her book, The Fairyland Around Us (Los Angeles, 1918) Whitely was raised in a logging camp in Lane County, Oregon, and later published a poetic diary, The Story of Opal, purportedly written during her childhood.
  • Walter Lincoln Whittlesey (1878-1961) photographs, c. 1860s-1910s
    PH237: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Walter Lincoln Whittlesey (1878-1961) was a professor of politics at Princeton University, and a friend of Lillian Caldwell Blackwood. The collection consists of thirteen vintage portraits, one a tintype, dated 1860s-1910s.
  • Widowed Services Program photographs
    PH293: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
    The Widowed Services Program/Displaced Homemaker Center and Widowed Services Program was established at the University of Oregon by Hazel Foss in the mid-1970s to help new widows and displaced homemakers develop skills to enter the workforce.
  • P.L. Wiener (1895-1967) photographs
    PH269: 3 lin. ft./9 containers
    Paul Lester Weiner (1895-1967) was an architect and urban planner who influenced design in the United States, Europe, and South America. Weiner partnered with José Luis Sert and they collaborated with Le Corbusier on model cities in Columbia, Brazil and Cuba.
  • Wightman, C.E.
    PH200_321: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Clark Moor Will (1893-1982) photographs, 1860s-1960s
    PH049: 0.3 lin. ft./3 containers
    Clark Moor Weir Will (1893-1982) was the son of a member of Oregon's Aurora Colony, founded 1865 by Dr. William Keil. Will devoted his life to chronicling and illustrating the history of the colony. The collection consists of one box showing Aurora architecture, a daguerreotype portrait of Keil, the Aurora Colony band, and some images related to Will's employment with Salem Water Department, 1860s-1960s.
  • W.R.B. Willcox (1869-1947) photographs
    PH110: 12 lin. ft./23 containers
    Walter Ross Baumes Willcox (1869-1947) was an architect in Burlington, VT and Seattle, WA before coming to the University of Oregon in 1922 as head of the Department of Architecture. He was a member of the board and of committees of the American Institute of Architects.
  • Williams Foto
    PH200_322: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Williams, C.V.
    PH200_323: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Chester Sidney Williams (1907-1992) photographs
    PH135: 1 lin. ft./1 container
    Chester Sidney Williams (1907-1992) was an educator, lecturer, author, and politician, primarily in the United States. In the 1930s he worked for federal education programs, in the 1940s he was involved with international efforts for the State Dept. and the UN. The collection consists of about 200 prints, primarily of Williams at meetings and international events. Some notable figures, such as Pearl S. Buck, appear.
  • Williams, Edgar & Company.
    PH200_324: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Williams, Robt. E., The Dalles, OR
    PH200_325: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Park Weed Willis (1867-1958) photographs, 1880s-1920s
    PH288: 2 lin. ft./5 containers
    Park Weed Willis (1867-1958) was a Seattle, WA, physician and the brother-in-law of photographer Lee Moorhouse. The collection consists of snapshots from Willis' medical practice, portraits of colleagues from medical school in Philadelphia, snapshots of Moorhouse and family, and several vintage prints of Moorhouse images.
  • Anders Beer Wilse (1865-1949) photograph, 1889
    PH200_017: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Anders Beer Wilse (1865-1949) was a Norwegian photographer who worked for 17 years in Seattle. The collection consists of a boudoir print of the great Seattle fire of 1889.
  • Wilson, C.D. of Chitwood, OR
    PH200_326: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • F.W. Wilson (1872-1955) photographs, 1860s
    PH023: 1.5 lin. ft./3 containers
    Frederick Wallace Wilson (1872-1955) was an attorney and judge at The Dalles, Oregon. He was well informed about the history of The Dalles region and the Columbia River, and author of articles and a pamphlet on the subject. The collection consists of 254 images, negatives and prints, of shipping on the Columbia River from the 1860s on.
  • J.A. Winter & Clarence L. Winter photographs, 1860s-1907
    PH024: 0.5 lin. ft./3 containers
    John A. Winter (dates unknown) was one of Eugene's earliest photographers and maintained a studio there 1864-1886 in addition to working in Albany and Brownsville. His son, Clarence, kept the Eugene studio from 1886-1907 and then moved north to Portland and Seattle. The Winter studio collection consists of 37 images, primarily portraits.
  • Winters, H.J., Klamath Falls, Oregon (pub)
    PH200_327: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Wood & Gicla
    PH200_328: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • William P. Woodard (1896-1973) photographs
    PH150: 5 lin. ft./21 containers
    William Parsons Woodard (1896-1973) was a scholar of Japanese religion, and served as an advisor on religion and cultural resources during the Allied command after World War II. His research and study of Japanese religions resulted in his book The Allied Occupation of Japan and Japanese Religions (1972). The collection consists of negatives, prints, slides and albums, primarily from his time in Japan.
  • Frank W. Woodfield (1879-1955) photographs
    PH200_329: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Frank W. Woodfield (1879-1955) was an Oregon photographer based in Astoria. The collection consists of eleven post cards documenting the Astoria fire of Dec. 8, 1922.
  • Worden, J.E. of AK
    PH200_330: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • Marjorie Muir Worthington (1900-1976) photographs
    PH153: 2.5 lin. ft./3 containers
    Marjorie Muir Worthington (1900-1976) was an American writer and the wife of writer William Seabrook (1884-1945). The two were part of the "lost generation" expatriates in France. The collection consists of portraits and snapshots of Worthington and Seabrook, their friends, and their 1932 trip to Africa.
  • Worthington, Photo
    PH200_331: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
  • WPA Historical Photographs collection [UNPROCESSED]
    PH290: 6 lin. ft./6 containers
    The Works Progress Administration Historical Photographs collection was assembled as part of a national documentation effort during the Depression. The collection consist of prints or copy prints of historic images—people, events, and places--significant to the history of Oregon. Many of the images came from the collection of the Angelus Studio. A copy of the published guide to the collection is available.
  • Albert H. Wulzen (1844-1917) photographs
    PH200_016: 1.5 lin. ft./1 container
    Albert H. Wulzen (1844-1917) was a commercial photograph in California and Oregon who worked for Davidson and Watkins. The collection consists of eight images, 1876-1880, of Portland, Oregon City, Albany and Roseburg.
  • Albert H. Wulzen (1844-1917) Panorama of Portland photograph
    PH203_029: 0.1 lin. ft./1 container
    Albert H. Wulzen (1844-1917) was a commercial photograph in California and Oregon who worked for Davidson and Watkins. The collection consists of one panoramic albumen image of Central School and downtown Portland, Oregon, taken in 1878. Pieced into an accordion fold commercial album. This is one of four known copies.
  • T. G. Wurm photographs
    PH200_332: 0.01 lin. ft./1 container
    Theodore G. "Ted" Wurm was a researcher and author interested in transportation, particularly American rail systems. The collection consists of prints and copy prints of vintage transportation scenes and rolling stock. Other Wurm images appear in the Randall Mills collection
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