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“D.117. From Rooster Rock to Oneonta Falls. Bridal Veil Bluff, looking West.”

View of Bridal Veil Bluff covered in snow during the winter storm of 188401885. There is an unidentified many standing in front of a cabin in the foreground and a train in the background on the right half of the image. This plate is part of an album of Watkin’s New Series photographs originally owned by Charles H. Prescott, manager of the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co.

Watkins, Carleton E., 1829-1916

Log Cabin Parade Float in Prineville, Oregon

Photographic postcard showing a horse-drawn parade float in Prineville, Oregon. There is a miniature log cabin on the float, along with children dressed as pioneers. A sign on a building behind the float reads, "Foster & Hyde - The General Furnishing Store." Embossment on the bottom of the print reads, "Lafler, Prineville, Oregon."

Lafler, F. E. (Prineville, Or.)

Jewett Farm, White Salmon, Washington

Three unidentified people sitting on the front porch of a log cabin. The cabin is two stories with a covered porch and a brick chimney. A large body of water, likely the Columbia River, is visible in the distance. The handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "White Salmon, Wa., Jewett Farm."

Log Cabin Cafe on Highway 6, Oregon

Two cars are parked outside of the Log Cabin Cafe, located between the communities of Glenwood and Gales Creek on Highway 6 in Washington County, Oregon. The menu is displayed on the wall outside, next to the entrance. A partially visible sign on the roof reads, "Tavern." Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "Erma Bonser's new log cabin cafe on Highway 6." Erma Bonser is the wife of Herb Bonser, a Program Aide with the Valley Migrant League. This image was published in the Valley Migrant League's Opportunity News on February 4, 1966.

Fort Umpqua, Oregon

Four photographs likely taken in and around Fort Umpqua, Oregon by Lorenzo Lorain between 1857 to 1860. The photographs are cut in an oval shape and glued onto bristol board. A handwritten caption on the back of the page reads, "Probably Fort Umpqua, at mouth of Umpqua River, c. 1857-1860. Photo by Lt. Lorenzo Lorain, U.S.A." Image descriptions going clockwise from center-top photograph.

  1. A group of seven unidentified Native American women and children seated on the ground below a tree. The photograph is taken from below looking up a slight hill. The identities of the people and the exact location in the photograph is unknown, but the photograph likely depicts members of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, Siuslaw, or Siletz peoples held at a camp on the bank of the Umpqua River on the southern border of the Coast Reservation near Fort Umpqua.
  2. A hewn-log cabin on the banks of a river which was likely taken near Fort Umpqua in Douglas County, Oregon Territory.
  3. An unidentified group of people standing in front of a low, hewn-log structure near Fort Umpqua in Douglas County, Oregon Territory. The structure is likely a cedar plank house constructed by members of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, Siuslaw, or Siletz peoples held at a camp on the bank of the Umpqua River on the southern border of the Coast Reservation near Fort Umpqua.
  4. Block house building. Three people sit by the building's entrance to the right of the photograph. A person standing beside a horse and wagon are on the left side of the photograph.
    Image note: Duplicate prints of all four images are included in OHS Album 101.

Lorain, Lorenzo

Portraits and scenes near Fort Umpqua

Two salt print photographs from page 11 of an album of photography by Lorenzo Lorain (OHS Album 101). The top photograph is a portrait of an unidentified man wearing a military uniform. The man is likely associated with Fort Umpqua in Douglas County, Oregon Territory. The lower photograph is of a cabin on the banks of a river. The photograph was likely taken near Fort Umpqua.

Lorain, Lorenzo

Scenes near Fort Umpqua

Two salt print photographs from page 13 of an album of photography by Lorenzo Lorain (OHS Album 101). The top photograph depicts two unidentified women sitting on the front porch of a cabin. The photograph was likely taken near Fort Umpqua in Douglas County, Oregon Territory. The second photograph depicts a group of people standing on the banks of a river. Several low structures and tents are visible to the left side of the photograph. The identities of the people and the exact location in the photograph are unknown, but the photograph was likely depicts members of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, Siuslaw, or Siletz peoples held at a camp on the bank of the Umpqua River on the southern border of the Coast Reservation near Fort Umpqua. The low structures are believed to be plank houses and windbreaks.

Lorain, Lorenzo

Portraits and scenes near Fort Umpqua

Four salt print photographs from page 19 of an album of photography by Lorenzo Lorain (OHS Album 101). Image descriptions starting from the top photograph:

  1. A hewn-log cabin on the banks of a river which was likely taken near Fort Umpqua in Douglas County, Oregon Territory.
  2. A group of Native American men, women, and children seated below a tree on the top of a sand dune.
  3. A portrait of an unidentified Native American man.
  4. A portrait of an unidentified Native American woman.
    The identities of the people and the exact location in the photographs on this page are unknown, but the photographs likely depict members of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, Siuslaw or Siletz peoples held at a camp on the bank of the Umpqua River on the southern border of the Coast Reservation near Fort Umpqua.
    Image note: OrgLot1416_F04_003 includes duplicate prints.

Lorain, Lorenzo

Scenes near Fort Umpqua

One salt print photograph from page 23 of an album of photography by Lorenzo Lorain (OHS Album 101). The photograph depicts a grouping of cabins at Fort Umpqua in Douglas County, Oregon Territory. A group of unidentified men and woman are gathered around a baby pram on the front porch of the closest cabin.

Lorain, Lorenzo

Quarters, Fort Umpqua, Oregon Territory

One salt print photograph from page 25 of an album of photography by Lorenzo Lorain (OHS Album 101). The photograph shows a hewn-log building with a brick chimney and a long covered porch surrounded by trees at Fort Umpqua in Douglas County, Oregon Territory. A duplicate print of this photograph identifies the building as the Quarters of Co. L 3rd Artillery. The fort blockhouse is visible in the background immediately behind the building.
Image note: OrgLot1416_F04_002 is a duplicate print.

Lorain, Lorenzo

Log cabin and bridge near Fort Umpqua, Oregon Territory

One salt print photograph from page 39 of an album of photography by Lorenzo Lorain (OHS Album 101). The photograph depicts an unidentified group of people standing beside a small log cabin on the bank of a river. There is a wooden bridge visible in the background behind them. The location of the photograph is unknown, but it is likely taken near Fort Umpqua in Douglas County, Oregon Territory.

Lorain, Lorenzo

Hal's Half Acre, Taft, Oregon

Photograph of cabin in a wooded area near Taft, Oregon. A sign above the entrance gate reads, "Hal's Half Acre."

Wiggins, Donegan Reeder, 1888-1950

Log cabin

This photograph depicts the exterior of a log cabin with trees in the background.

Wiggins, Donegan Reeder, 1888-1950

McLeran home, Wilhoit Springs Resort

Exterior view of a log house at the Wilhoit Springs Resort near Molalla, Oregon. A fence runs along the side of the house and smoke rises from the chimney. Handwriting on the negative reads, "McLeran Home, Wilhoit, Or. #138 Drake." Frank McLeran was the developer of the Wilhoit Springs resort.

Drake, June D., 1880-1969

A summer home, Wilhoit Springs Resort

Exterior view of a log A-frame cabin at the Wilhoit Springs Resort near Molalla, Oregon. The front of the cabin is decorated with fern fronds and smoke rises from the chimney. Above the door is written "The Alaskain [sic]." Handwriting on the negative reads. "A Summer Home Wilhoit, Or. #120" and "Drake Photo."

Drake, June D., 1880-1969

Log cabin

Photograph of a picture of a log cabin. Two younger women and one older woman stand outside the open door, looking at the camera.

Drake, June D., 1880-1969