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- Org. Lot 662
Collection consists of 43 photographs taken by Lily E. White and other members of the Oregon Camera Club between 1900 and 1905. The photographs depict landscape scenes of the Columbia River Gorge, the Pacific coast, and Mount Hood. Also included are posed portraits of members of the Klikitat and other Columbia River tribes. The photographs are mounted platinum prints and all but two of the prints are signed by the artist. 38 of the photographs are part of a tooled suede leather portfolio. The portfolio also contains prints signed by Sarah Hall Ladd, Will H. Walker, and Maud Ainsworth. In addition to the portfolio, the collection also contains five prints signed by Lily E. White from a separate accession.
White, Lily E.
- 1910 – 1913
Photograph showing an excavated area with dirt, water, and gravel. In the distance, buildings, trees, and hillsides can be seen. Also visible in the distance is Mt. Hood. Written on the negative is “0256.”
Photograph showing the Clackamas River flowing at the base of a rocky cliff. Disturbed dirt and debris can be seen on the left side of the image, falling towards the water. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-136” and “Je-2-22.”
Photograph showing slowing water and logs on the Clackamas River (Oak Grove Fork?), upstream from the potential site for the lower dam. Written on the negative is “Upstream from Lower Damsite at Intake, 5-4-20.” (Image note: numerous scratches are visible on the negative).
Photograph looking upstream on the Clackamas River, past the new powerhouse site, taken from a point on right bank at bend. A steep river bank and trees are visible throughout the image. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-148” and “R22.”
Photograph showing trees in deep snow, taken near the summit of ridge at Cripple Creek. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-157.” (Image note: discoloration can be seen across the center and left side of the negative).
Photograph looking downward at Serene Lake, a tributary for the Roaring river, taken from a high point. In the distance above the lake is a forested ridge. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-163” and “R27.” (Image note: written on image sleeve is “sec 7 T.5.S. 7E”).
Photograph looking across Elk Lake, showing Mount Beachie and adjacent ridgelines. On the right side of the image is a large area of burned trees, leading up to Battle Axe Mountain. Written on the negative is “Looking up Elk Lake from outlet – Mt Beachie in the center, 11-6-20” and “E309.09-O-9.” (Image note: see related image PGE 16-21).
Photograph looking up towards a rounded mountain, with trees and the foreground. Written on the negative is “Lowe meadow point elev. 5113, 12/14/20.”
Photograph taken from a high point looking downward at a town of Detroit (Oregon) with several buildings. In the distance a hillside can be seen above the town, leading up to high ridge points. Several areas of burned trees can be seen above the town. Written on the negative is “Looking south at Detroit, Oregon – Nov 6 1920.”
Photograph looking across Elk Lake, showing the prominent point of Battle Axe Mountain in the distance. Many of the trees in the image appear to be recently burned. Written on the negative is “Looking up Elk Lake from outlet – Battle Axe Mt at back” and “E309.09-O-9.” (Image note: see related image PGE 16-23).
Photograph taken from above showing a snow laden landscape. On the right side of the frame a cluster of buildings can be seen (headquarters camp), and on the left is the Clackamas River.
Photograph taken from shoreline, showing Elk Lake during the winter with snow on the ground. In the distance, a man with a jacket and hat stands next to the water. Behind him are trees that appear to be recently burned. Written on the negative is “Looking north down Elk Lake, 11-5-20.” and “E301.09-O-4.”
Photograph showing the Clackamas River (Oak Grove fork?) looking downstream from the powerhouse site for the Oak Grove dam. Snow can be seen on the ground and trees throughout the image. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-309.”
Photograph looking downward the Clackamas River in the narrows area near Three Lynx. Trees and rocks line the river on both sides, and wooded hills can be seen in the background. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-318.”
Photograph looking across an open area at a logged hillside in a densely wooded area at a future transmission line site between Three Lynx Creek and the Oak Grove powerhouse site. Snow can be seen on the ground throughout the image.
Photograph taken from shoreline, looking across Elk Lake towards the peak of Battle Axe Mountain. Snow is visible on the ground near the lake, extending up towards the peak. The trees on the far shoreline appear to be recently burned.
Photograph showing a flowing Clackamas River, looking upstream towards a small group of buildings on the far shore. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-352.” (Image note: native sleeve indicates image taken from lower end of roaring river bluff).
- 1920 – 1925
Photograph showing three men wearing hats on a rocky point at Oak Grove Butte. Mount Hood is visible in the distance on the right side of the frame, along with several other points and ridges. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-24.” and “46.”
- 1920 – 1925
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.”
- 1920 – 1925
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.”
- 1920 – 1925
Photograph showing the South Fork of the Clackamas river, looking towards a large rocky cliff-face. A man can be seen walking on a log in the river, while three others sit on a rock extending into the water. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-36.”
- 1920 – 1925
Photograph, likely taken from Oak Grove Butte looking southeast, showing mountains and ridges in the distance. Visible is North Pinhead Butte, South Pinhead Butte, and West Pinhead Butte. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-88” and “8.”