Showing 24550 results

Collections
English
Print preview View:

24091 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

Wilcox, William F.

Transcription from back: “William F. Wilcox. An Oregon Pioneer. The Pioneer stair-builder (that is he was the first man in Oregon to specialize on building stairs). He was also a Cabinet-Maker. He was in business in Portland many years. In 1873 his place of business was at Number 210 Front Street, and his residence – 207 Front Street, Portland, Oregon. Photo presented by David Monnastes, a close friend of Wm. F. Wilcox, on March 21, 1900.”

Wilkinson, Col. Melville C.

Transcription from back: “Col. Melville C. Wilkinson. Came to Oregon in 1874 on the staff of Brid.-Gen. Oliver Otis Howard, who came in that year to assume command of the Dept. of the Columbia. Under direction of Ge. Howard, he established an Indian School at Forest Grove, Oregon, which was the beginning of the Chemawa Indian School of today. Prominent Y.M.C.A. worker both in Washington, D. C., and Portland, Oregon. Killed in an Indian outbreak in Minnesota in [1898].”

Mt. Hood

Transcription from front: “Mt. Hood from a point near The Dalles. Taken by Mrs. O. N. Denny in the Early 60’s.” Transcription from back: “Donated by Mrs. L.S. Taylor, Portland, Oregon, Feb. 27, 1923.”

Denny, Gertrude Jane (Hall) White, 1837-1933

Japanese American Oral History Project

  • Japanese American Oral History Project
  • Collection
  • 1992-1998

A series of oral history interviews conducted between 1992 and 1998 with Japanese Americans in Oregon. Loen Dozono of the Japanese American Citizen's League (JACL) collaborated with OHS on this project. The interviews were conducted by JACL and OHS staff and volunteers. They aimed to interview Issei (first generation Japanese Americans), and ultimately also interviewed several Nisei (second generation Japanese Americans).

Oral history interviews with Nadyne Yoneko Dozono

Dozono discusses her early life in Portland, Oregon. She recounts her extended stay in Japan, her arranged Japanese marriage, and rural life and culture in Japan before and during the war. She also describes her family's experience in the United States living in Japanese relocation camps and details her family's life after the war and the challenges of readjusting to American society after living in Japan for 22 years.

Also included are two photographs of Dozono, taken at the time of the interview.

Dozono, Yoneko

Results 1 to 28 of 24550