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Blacksmith working at a sawmill

A blacksmith stands in the doorway of a sawmill. An anvil sits on a wooden block in front of him as he strikes it with a hammer. Metal objects and a wheel can be seen on the ground nearby. The image is discolored in one corner and around the edges due to light exposure to the negative.

Drake, June D., 1880-1969

M. W. Tate, Silverton, Oregon

Blacksmith M. W. Tate poses inside his shop in Silverton, Oregon. He stands in front of an anvil and holds a hammer and tongs which are used to hold a horseshoe. Horseshoes and other materials are visible on the floor.

Drake, June D., 1880-1969

Steelhammer blacksmith, Silverton, Oregon

Exterior view of the Steelhammer blacksmith shop on First Street in Silverton, Oregon. The shop has its front doors open and a number of fliers can be seen tacked to the door. The shop next door has a sign for "H. Haalang. Shoe Maker" above the door. A horse-drawn wagon and several automobiles are parked along the street and a dog lays in the middle of the street.

Drake, June D., 1880-1969

Blacksmith shop

A photograph showing the interior of a blacksmith shop. Two men pose for the photograph, surrounded by equipment.

Drake, June D., 1880-1969

Blacksmith workshop, Silverton, Oregon

Interior view of a blacksmith workshop in Silverton, Oregon. Two men stand next to a forge with flames rising out of it. One of the men has his hand on the handle of a blower attached to the forge. A hammer and anvil are visible in the foreground.

Drake, June D., 1880-1969

Portrait of David Weston

Uncased tintype featuring a portrait identified as David Weston. The photograph is a copy photograph of another cased image. In the portrait Weston wears a button-up flannel shirt and looks directly at the camera. Legacy collection records indicate that Weston was a Pioneer of 1842 who worked as a blacksmith. He also participated as a Lieutenant in Oregon's First Regiment of Mounted Volunteers during the Cayuse War.