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Russell, Nellie

Transcription from back: “Nellie Russell. Four K. Arnold Co. E 49th Reg Mass V. __ With all the good wishs imaginable from his friend Nellie K. Russell. Cleveland, Ohio.”

Dachocois & Klauser

Stephens, James B.

Transcription from back: “James B. Stephens, pioneer of 1844. Rec’d Sept. 21, 1928, from Mrs. Sarah D. Eastman Hollister [undecipherable], a neighbor of Mr. Stephens in 1869-79.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Stevens, Major General Isaac Ingalls

Transcription from back: “Major General Isaac Ingalls Stevens. Pioneer of 1853 to Washington Territory from Washington, D. C. Surveyor and Statesman. Used in Bugles in the Valley, H. Dean Guie, p.3 2nd ed.”

E. & H.T. Anthony (Firm)

Stoddard, Irene

Transcription from back: “Mrs. Irene Stoddard, an Illinois pioneer of 1835. Went to Illinois from Conn. In 1835. Never in Oregon Country. Friend of George H. Himes in his boyhood.”

J. W. Emery Studio (Photographer)

Stratton, Charles Carroll

Transcription from back: “Charles Carroll Stratton, when a minister at Salt Lake City sometime in late 60s. He was shot at many times by Brigham Young’s men, but stayed at his post of duty. Donated by Mary A. Stratton. Rec. 580.”

Fox & Symons (Photographers)

Swafford, Clara (Vinson)

Transcription from back: “Mrs. Clara Vinson Swafford, 1852. Oct. 10, 1920. As a young woman she lived in the family of Arthur Warner, near Oregon City - He was a pioneer of 1853 - for a number of years.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Smith, Alvin T.

Transcription from back: “Alvin T. Smith was born in Connecticut in 1800; removed to Illinois in 1840; married that year; went to Whitman Mission for the winter of 1840-41; went to Forest Grove in 1841; followed farming; Congregationalist; postmaster at West Tualatin, 1851-3, afterwards Forest Grove; died, 1885--hence 85 years old; Was at Champoeg May 2, 1843.”

Davidson Bros. (Photographers)

Smith, Hannah M.

Transcription from back: “Smith, Mrs. Hiram (Hannah M.----) Pioneer of 1851. Known as a very benevolent woman. By will she left fund for constructing a Presbyterian Church at Fairview a few miles east of Portland, which is known as the Hannah M. Smith Memorial Church. Presented by Mrs. S. C. Dyer, Salem. Rec. No. 270.”

Vaughan's First Premium Photograph Gallery (San Francisco, Calif.)

Smith, William

Transcription from back: “William Smith” There are a two cent and a three cent revenue stamps affixed to the back.

Bradley & Rulofson

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