Cased photograph featuring a portrait of a woman and 2 children. The woman holds a baby in her lap while a young child stands at her side. The woman is identified as Lucinda Sumner Hadlock and they two children are likely Samuel W. Hadlock and Lillian Hadlock. Typed note enclosed with the image reads, "Mrs. Lucinda Sumner Hadlock, a pioneer of 1852, and children. Taken by Buchtel, Portland, O. T., 1856. In later life this lady was known as Mrs. Taylor." Case is made of leather. Case cover missing and replaced with archival board during conservation.
A full length portrait of Elmer Allen Flowers as an infant. He is wearing a long white gown and is laying on a chair covered in a striped blanket. A handwritten caption on the back of the photograph reads, "Elmer Allen Flowers, 4 months & three weeks old."
Photograph of a steam dummy train at East 6th St and Morrison St from the Willamette Bridge Railway Company. On the side of the first car is written “Mount Tabor.” Several men and a group of children look at the camera. A church building can be seen in the background.
A full length portrait of Ervin Milton Flowers at two years of age. He is standing with one arm resting on the seat of a chair. He wears a dark playdress with a white, ruffled undershirt. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads, "Ervin Milton Flowers, 2 years old."
Several members of a family pose in front of a house in Portland. Three people stand on the front porch and look at the camera. Two girls stand in the fenced front yard with their arms around each other's shoulders. A little boy sits on a toy cart in the yard on the left.
Three girls stand in front of a 2-story house in Portland. Two of the girls stand on a wooden walkway leading up to the house. The 3rd girl stands to the left in the front yard. A woman looks out the front screen door.
A man, woman and 3 children pose for a portrait in front of a building, likely a house or a boarding house. The man holds a toddler on his lap while the woman holds a baby on her lap. The 3rd child stands between them. They all look at the camera. Beneath their feet is a wooden plank that forms a walkway in the dirt.
Members of a family pose in front of a 3-story house in Portland. Two children sit on the curb in front of the house. A teenager sits on the steps leading to the front porch. A woman stands on the porch with her arms wrapped around a column. Everyone looks at the camera.
A family stands in front of a 2-story house in Portland. A man holds a lawnmower on the grass. Two boys sit on their bicycles and a woman sits on the steps leading up to the house. They all look off to the right. The sidewalk in front of the house is made of wooden planks.
A man, woman and 4 children pose in a yard. The man holds a little girl and the woman holds a baby. Flowers grow up the side of a building behind them. This family is also portrayed in OrgLot1417_047. A person standing in the left background has been crossed out by scratches made on the negative.
Four girls of various ages sit on the steps leading up to a house. Two girls have their arms around each other. The face of one of the girls is obscured by markings on the glass plate negative. Two of these girls are also depicted in OrgLot1417_078.
Members of a family stand on the front porch of a house in Portland. A man and 2 women look at the camera. One woman holds a stroller with a toddler inside. A little girl stands next to the stroller. A column on the porch of the house displays the numbers, "1503." This is likely a house on NE 11th Avenue in the present-day Woodlawn neighborhood of NE Portland.
Members of a family pose in front of the doorway of a house in Portland. A man stands on the left, wearing a railroad conductor's uniform. A boy and girl sit on the steps leading up to the home. The girl holds a bouquet of flowers in her lap while the boy holds a dog in his lap. Two women stand on the right, both holding bouquets of flowers. A wooden walkway leads to the right of the house.