A man stands at the base of a crevasse on the White River Glacier. He is dressed in a short, brimmed hat, long sleeved jacket, trousers, and high lace up boots. In his hand he holds a wooden walking stick with a metal tip. A jagged wall of ice can be seen directly above the climber. The surrounding landscape is filled with uneven terrain of ice. Visible in the distance are glacial peaks.
A group of mountian climbers stand at the edges of a glacial crevasse. A woman in the middle of the image climbs down the crevasse using a rope for support. The rope is being held by four individuals. The climbers are dressed in layered garments, boots, hats. They carry bags, ropes, and pointed walking sticks. The surrounding landscape is filled with ice. A rocky cliff can be seen in the distance.
A locomotive raised on wooden planks on display at the Lewis and Clark Exposition fairgrounds. A wood framed sign on the locomotive reads in part, I am on my way to the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Portland, Oregon. On the side of the locomotive are the words, The Oregon Pony. 1862-1905. A metal bell is visible on the front of the locomotive. Written on the side of the wooden plank is the number 25 below the word Fairgrounds. In the background are buildings in the process of construction, railroad ties, lumber, and a fire hydrant. A typed label is attached to the bottom edge of the print.
Two rows of cows line the inside of a wooden beamed interior identified as the Botsford Company Dairy. A long mat lines the walkway between the cows. Situated on this mat are four pieces of dairy equipment, and in the background, three metal containers. In the middle of the image, standing next to the cows, are two men, one of whom wears a hat. Strung along the ceiling are light fixtures. Two windows are visible in the background of the image.
Three men pose in an automobile parked in front of the Perkins Hotel in Portland, Oregon. A wheel is mounted to the side of the automobile displaying a sign that reads, Official Pacific Coast Automobile Blue Book 1915 American Automobile Association. The men are dressed in suits, neckties, jackets, and hats. Behind the men is a partial view of the New Perkins Hotel, which has an arched entryway, and a covered walkway with eaves. A partial view of the exterior of the Perkins Restraunt is visible on the left side of image. Also visible in the background is a lamp post, decorative columns, windows, and a hanging flowering plant.
Crowds of people fill the streets of Portland, Oregon for the Third Libery Loan rally. Automobiles draped with American flags and two plaster replicas of the Statue of Liberty mounted on pedestals line the streets. Spectators are seen peering out of windows and standing on balconies of the tall surrounding buildings. Posters that read, Third Liberty Loan : A Libery Bond is your declaration of independence, are displayed on detailed columns of the building from wihch an American flag hangs.
Black and white image. A group of men, identified as Wells Fargo employees, participate in a flag-raising ceremony in Portland, Oregon. The men stand in v-shaped formation and are dressed in suits and neckties. Many of the men raise their htst toward the American flag that is being raised. A man standing beneath the flag pulls on a rope attached to the flag. In the backgroung is a brick building with a sign on its surface that reads, Wells Fargo and Company Express. Also visible in the image are utility poles, windows, a wooden fence, and a covered walkway.
A bird's-eye-view of a busy street scene in Portland, Oregon. Pedestrians are seen walking on the sidewalks next to tall buildings containing shops and window displays. Business signs that are visible in the image include, F.W. Woolworth Company, G. Heitkemper Company, Edwards Furniture, and a U.S. Marine recruiting station. Pedestrians and automobiles are captured in blurred motion along the sidewalks and streets. Also visible in the image are railroad tracks, street lamps, clocks, awnings, balconies, and flags.
A group of men and women, identified as Oregon pioneers, pose with an Oregon Pony steam engine. On the surface of the locomotive are the words, The Oregon Pony 1862-1909. The men are dressed in suits, ties, jackets, and short brimmed hats. The women are dressed in long skirts, long jackets, hats, scarves, and hold purses. On the railroad tracks next to the steam engine is a partial view of a large locomotive. A brick building with arched windows, and seven smokestacks on its rooftop can be seen in the background.