A rural dirt road in Happy Valley, extending into the distance towards a tree-topped hill. A broken cart can be seen along the left side of the road. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, March 25, 1951 (negative 1 of 13).
Photograph looking down a rocky dirt roadway at two automobiles in the distance driving towards the direction of the camera. To the right side of the road is a rock cliff face, and to the left appears a downhill drop-off. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-38” and “14.”
Photograph showing a road cut through a hillside, with trees and mountains in the distance. Below the road, rocks and debris and can seen down the hill. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-29” and “30.”
Photograph looking across the South Fork of the Clackamas River, where a man in a hat and vest is standing on the opposite shore. Above the man, a road cut can be seen, with dirt and rocks falling downshill. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-31” and “38.”
Photograph showing horse teams grading a dirt road cut. On the right side of the image is a forested hillside, and one the left is a loose dirt hillside. Written on the side of the negative is “E301.09-O-231.” (Image note: discoloration visible on the right side of the negative).
Photograph showing a wooden plank and log bridge crossing a small running creek, taken from a slight side angle. A Ford Model T Pickup (1916) is on the bridge facing forward. Trees and other foliage can be seen throughout the image. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-39” and “36.”
Photograph showing a group of people standing on a road while looking towards the camera (including Franklin T. Griffith, President). The road and hillside is covered in rocks, and in the background is a large pile of cut trees.
Photograph showing the top surface of a wooden trestle bridge and a dirt road, with a wooden flume and dam structure visible in the distance (Cazadero Dam). In the background, forested hillsides can be seen above the Clackamas River. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-23” and “32.”
Full-length portrait showing an unidentified woman and girl standing next to a dirt path or road in a rural area next to a log fence and a field. A second wooden fence borders a path in the background at right. The words “Thanksgiving / 1908 Oregon City” are etched by hand into the negative and are faintly visible in the lower left corner of the photograph. Image note: Photograph shows discoloration due to deterioration of the negative.
Photograph showing a dirt road on a hillside with an active steam shovel. In the background are two vehicles on the road, with men visible at the far left side of the frame. Next to the steam shovel is a pile of dirt and rocks, and written on the machine is “Marion Shovel – Model 21.” Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-20.”
Two men and a logging fire truck. One is in the back of the truck bending over a reel of hose, another is walking past the front of the truck. A hose extends from the central side of the truck along the ground and out the left side of the frame. The truck door has lettering that reads "Glen E. Parn Logging Estacada, ORE." the engine compartment on the truck is open. Mt. Hood is visible in the background (negative 3 of 7).
James Kanne drives a tractor along a dirt road in Happy Valley. He wears a sailors hat and looks back over his shoulder at the camera. An area of boysenberries seen next to the road, with houses and hills in the distance. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, March 25, 1951 (negative 3 of 13).
Photograph showing a hillside with a man in the foreground, with a steam shovel visible further along a cut dirt road. The man is turned sideways and is bending over a long piece of pipe. On the right side of the frame, the Clackamas River is visible, along with rock and mud debris. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-54” and “11.”