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.
An elevated view of a town identified as Portland, Oregon. The foreground of the image appears to be a residential district, which is filled with dwellings containing chimnneys, fences, and covered porches. Also visible in the image are dirt roads, trees, and churches with spires. A body of water is partially visible in the distance.
A woman stands on a wooden dock holding a large bouquet of roses. A bottle in her right hand is raised near the hull of a ship, identified as the S.S. Western Comet. The bottle is packaged in a striped wrapper with a bow tied to its surface. The woman is dressed in a wide brimmed hat, fur shawl, gloves, dress, and shoes. The flower bouquet is mixed with roses, baby's breath, and fern leaves. Behind the woman is a short wooden partition that has a sign on its surface that reads, Western Comet. The numbers nine and eight are painted on the ship's steel exterior.
A group of individuals pose next to a covered wagon. The man seated with his legs crossed in a wooden chair with hat, beard, and spectacles was identified as Ezra Meeker. Draped on the wagon is a banner reading, in part, The Old Oregon Trail Monument Expedition. Seated in the front of the wagon are a woman and dog. A man stands in front of the wagon next to a team of two oxen. Behind the oxen is a pitched canvas tent. A man holding a small book is seated next to Ezra. In the background are trees, and a partial view of a dwelling. A typed label on the back of the mounted print reads, Historic #557 Ezra Meeker and covered wagon in residence section, Portland, 1908. Multnomah Co.
A group of people are gathered around a wooden stage where a boy holds a banner which hangs from a wooden armature that reads, Presented by the Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition to the Congregational Cadet Corps of Eureka, Humbolt County CAL 1905. On the left side of the image is a partial view of musicians in uniform with instruments and music stands. These musicians appear to be of Native American ancestry. On the right side of the image people are seated on steps, while others stand surrounding the stage. In the background is a large classically styled building that has a pediment and multiple columns. On the surface of the building are the words, The State Of Washington. Also visible in the image is a utility pole, electric lines, hanging lamp, and trees.
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.
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 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 men, one identified as Ezra Meeker, stand holding a flag in front of the entrance to the Oregon Historical Society building. The flag is American and has several tears along its bottom edge. A bird surrounded by stars is visible on the surface of the flag. Both men are dressed in hats, suits, and neckties. Ezra Meeker wears eyeglasses and has a long beard with mustache. The building and doorway behind the men is posted with signs. On the window of the building are partially visible words that would read Oregon Historical Society and the number 207. A large metal post with the words Oregon Historical Society on its surface is visible to the right of the men. A cement sidewalk fills the foreground of the image.
A man identified as Ezra Meeker stands next to an automobile referred to as the schooner-mobile. The automobile is elongated and has a canvas roof like those found on wagon tarins. On the surface of this roof is a curved pipe and two pieces of paper with text on their surface. The automobile is decorated with small flags and a map of the United States. Ezra Meeker stands next to this automobile dressed in a blazer, button-up vest, trousers, boots, and hat. He has a mustache and beard and wears eyeglasses. Spectators stand next to the schooner-mobile that is situated on a road in front of a building with a banner that reads, B.F. Goodrich Rubber Co.. Also on the building are letters that read, Goodrich Tires. Another partial name appears on the building marquee.