Washington County Museum Photographic Prints Inventory I.O.O.F.
Montezuma Lodge, Group photo Group of men from the Montezuma Lodge.
They are holding a sign.
Men are all across the station platform.
There is one man at the edge of the tracks.
There are men standing in the door way.
All men have a suit and tie on and are wearing hats.
There are people to the right of the picture going up and down the stairs.
On the top of the picture in black ink reads: Depot for Steam Train, 1st St.
On a separate paper in black ink reads: Front Row 1.
Wilson Brock 2.
Tom Tongue, 4 Father Griffin or Nat Richardson. 5 Dare Corwin 8 Phelps 11 Dick Goodin 13 Bridges 14 Geo Ledford. 15 Will Wehrung 16 Honzock Center Front.
Back Row. 1-2 Geo Paterson 3 Herman Schurmerich 4.
Hammon 5 D.M.C Goult 8 Mike Dennis 10 John Morgan 11 Jim Lampkin 14 Jim Young 16 Frank Kelsey 18 Joe Mann 19 Bemmish 20 Chas Dieckman At Steam Train Depot 1st St near Maple, Hillsboro 874 I.O.O.F 875 Duplicate of LP1972.0821 876 Duplicate of LP1972.0874 Col.
Holman, portrait A man wearing a suit and tie.
He is sitting at an angle.
Picture is from the shoulder up.
He has a T-shaped beard/mustache.
He is not looking directly at the camera.
On the back of the picture in pencil 877 reads:Col.
Holman Aurora Hotel Picture from across the street.
Front/side view of the hotel.
There is a meat market on the first floor under the hotel.
There is nothing in the street.
There are trees and houses in the background.
On the bottom in white reads: Hotel -Aurora, Oregon.
On the back of the picture in print reads: Aurora 878 hotel in 1922.
In pencil reads: [?] Horse Fair, Hillsboro horses all in the main street gathered.
There are people walking horses and men just walking without a horse.
In the bottom corner of the picture in white reads: Horse Fair Hillsboro ORE.
Apr 29 1911.
Picture is faded and is in a plastic protective covering.
On the back of the picture in black 879 ink reads: Horse Fair Hillsboro Ore.
April 29 1911.
In pencil reads[?] Packard Truck A truck going through streets filled with people that says the Artists comes to town on top of it.
In the back of the truck the sign reads: 880 Washington county historical society.
There are people in the bed of the truck.
Washington Hotel, Hillsboro, undated.
Corner picture of a building.
There are a lot of windows indicating some sort of hotel.
There is nothing in front of the building and there is nothing behind the building in the background.
On the bottom corner of the picture in white reads: the Washington Hillsboro, ORE in 881 black ink reads:1911.
The picture is in a protective plastic covering. Washington County Museum Photographic Prints Inventory Orenco Hotel Picture of hotel Orenco.
There are two little girls on the porch of the hotel and a woman and a dog.
The hotel looks like a house.
There is nothing in the background of the house.
On the back of the picture in black ink reads: Hotel Orenco where Home of Mr.
Sharp now stands 1969.
To museum 882 1969 by Frances Slater for Helen Erickson Washington Hotel, Hillsboro, undated.
Similar picture to 881.
There are three men standing in front of the building.
There is nothing in the streets and there is nothing in the background.
On the bottom of the picture in print reads: 883 Washington Hotel when first built 3rd and main.
Washington Hotel, Hillsboro, undated.
Picture of a building with trees in front of it and cars off to the side of it.
There are a lot of windows and there is a balcony.
On the bottom of the picture in print reads: New Hotel Washington. 884 Hillsboro about 1910.
Group portrait, Horse Track 7 men standing with binoculars at a horse track.
All men are wearing a suit and a tiw and have their hats down to their side.
Behind them are people waiting for a race and the announcers box.
There is a 886 flag pole with a flag raised. 887 Hawthorne Stable Horse Show Men and their horses all throughout the streets.
There are buildings to each side of the horses.
On the bottom of the picture in white 888 reads: stallion parade held at Hillsboro Wash Co.
Oregon 3/28/1891 Forest Grove Hotel Picture of a hotel covered in snow.
There are trees in front of the building also covered in snow.
On the bottom of the picture in print reads: Forest Grove hotel or Familiarly known as Mother Sloans.
Housed transients well back in the 1800s and was call point for Portland and Tillamook 889 bound stages.
Traveling men stayed to enjoy hospitality (before 1900) Paul A.
Hay Top portion of the picture is a picture of mid race with horse number 2.
Both riders are leaning forward on the horses.
Underneath the top picture reads: Abide (127) Agua caliente Dec 5, 1940 Blue Sun (111) 2nd T Malear up = 6 f 1:12 = Bee Line (112) 3rd Paula Hay – Owner and trainer.
The bottom picture has a man holding the horse and a riders on the horse.
The 890 horses number is 2.
There is nothing in the background.
Fear, Trainer top portion of the picture is mid-race.
Number 3 is in the lead.
There is a score board behind the race.
Under the picture reads: *brown china* J Adams up Winning the 4th race, November 9, 1940 at Bay meadows, Calif.
Real Article 92nd) (1 mile – 1:42.1) Plucky You (3rd) Hawthorn Stable, Owner.
Under the printer words is another picture.
A man holding a horse and the jockey on the horse number 3 posing for winning 891 picture. Washington County Museum Photographic Prints Inventory Forest Grove Hotel Picture of Forest Grove hotel.
A little faded.
There is a large porch going around the building.
There are houses behind the hotel and there appears to be train tracks next to the hotel.
On the bottom of the picture in print reads: Later picture of Forest Grove hotel during the era of elctric street car which passed by on the south side of Pacific Ave from Depot at Carnation.
Switch rook cars to car barn in black north.
Later operated by Mr.
Prickett at 892 Mortuary. 893 H.
Fear, Hawthorne Stable Vera Green Girl standing with a horse as if training it.
She is giving him a snack.
There is a white fence behind them.
The girl is wearing a black jacket and pants.
In the top corner of the picture in blue ink reads: Lady Princess No Effort Wera Green [?] B.F. 1938.
On the back of the picture in pencil reads: Horse: Lady 894 Princess [?]: No effort dam: Vera Green (not the woman pictured) Vera Green Picture is slightly damaged and in plastic covering.
Woman with horse getting ready for a competition.
There are a few white fence-like 895 structures around them.
On the back of the picture in pencil reads: Vera Green.
Pricemont a black horse tied to take the picture.
There is a barn slightly to the left of the picture and there are trees and open terrain behind the horse.
On the bottom of the picture in print reads: Dam Bell Price by Doble (1106) 2nd Dam by Geo D Prentice, Son.
Pricemont, (10079), Sired by Altamont (3600) of Membrino Chief, II.
On the back of the picture in black ink reads: At Old race 896 track West of Hillsboro.
Property of Rose Cars Commercial Hotel a group of people standing in front of a hotel for a picture.
Some people are on the balcony.
There appears to be snow on the ground.
On the bottom of the picture in ink reads: Old Commercial Hotel 2nd Washington St Hillsboro NW Cornor.
On the back of the picture in black ink reads: Property of Rose Care Old commercial Hotel 2nd and Washington sts.
Burned down Jan 12, 1912 Cornelius Hotel Picture of Cornelius Hotel.
There are a few people standing in front of the hotel.
One man has a bicycle with him.
Hillsboro High school Hillsboro, Oregon picture of a street with houses on both sides of the street.
There are telephone poles along the street as well.
There are two children playing.
On the bottom of the picture in white reads: NO. 12 residence street Hillsboro Ore. 897 898 899 900 Hillsboro, Oregon Picture of main street in Hillsboro.
There are building on both sides of the road.
There are cars down the street as well.
On the bottom of the picture in print reads: 5002 Main Street Hillsboro Oregon.
On the back of the 901 picture in pencil reads: looking east. Washington County Museum Photographic Prints Inventory Hillsboro, Oregon Picture of the road and a photo-gallery building.
The side walk is made of wood.
On the bottom of the picture in white reads: 2nd st 902 looking north Hillsboro Or.
Hillsboro, Oregon Duplicate of LP1972.0849/0902 on the back of the picture in blue ink reads: 2nd street looking north between baseline and Washington Hillsboro.
In pencil reads: North of Photo Gallery – across from Commercial Hotel shows old opera house above feed and livery.
Later was used as dance 903 hall and various other things. 904 Duplicate of LP1972.0849 A picture of Hillsboro with a goods and shoes store to the left of the picture and there is a large tree covering the rest of the left side of the picture.
There are cars in the street and to the right of the picture is a real estate office and a city bakery.
On the back of the picture in black ink reads: Hillsboro 1909 Main 905 street between 2nd and 3rd sts. 906 Hillsboro, Oregon Hillsboro, Oregon picture of Palm Confectionery.
There are cars parked along the sidewalk there are tack lines in the road.
On the back of the picture in black ink reads: Main st and 2nd Hillsboro Red Electric train tracks on main st looking 907 east.
In blue ink reads: Hillsboro national bank.
Donor Verne McKinney Hillsboro, Oregon There is a dirt road with a house across the street.
There are woods to the left of the picture and a main road to the right of the picture.
On the bottom of the picture in white is written: 10th st looking north Hillsboro Oregon. : on the bottom, in black ink, is written 10th st looking north 908 Hillsboro to Shute city park (left) Hillsboro, Oregon picture taken Aerial view of Hillsboro.
On the bottom of the picture in white it reads: View of business section Hillsboro Ore.Main & 2nd 909 streets. Courhouse and bandstand are on the right.
Hillsboro, Oregon picture of downtown.
There is a dry goods store and a shoe store to the left of the picture and a real estate agency to the right of the picture.There are cars in the street.
On the back of the picture it reads: looking east main st.
Between 2nd and 3rd Hillsboro Oregon.
Donor Ann Cornelius Jan 910 15 1964 911 Hillsboro, Oregon Photo of 2nd St.,Hillsboro, showing plank paving.
Street in Hillsboro.
There are stores on either side of the street.
On the left side of the street there is a horse and carriage.
On the right of the picture there are girls standing outside of a store.
On the bottom of the picture in white reads: second St.
Hillsboro, in black reads: looking south.
On the back of the picture in black ink 912 reads: Second street and main street looking south. 912 Negative of 2nd St.,Hillsboro, showing plank paving.
Ca. 1895. Washington County Museum Photographic Prints Inventory Photo of Main St., Hillsboro, 1912 A street in Hillsboro with stores on both sides.
There are people in the streets walking around.
There is a dog on the right side.
On the right side of the street there is a saloon and a real estate 913 place.
On the bottom of the picture in black reads: Hillsboro. 913 Negative of Main St., Hillsboro, 1912 Hillsboro National Bank View of the Palm Confectionery.
There are cars parked along the side of the road.
There are tracks going through the street.
In black ink reads: Commercial Bank.
Cornor 2nd and Main.
On the back of the picture in black ink reads: Main St.
Hillsboro Oregon, Red Electric S.P.
Railroad 914 track.
In pencil reads: about 1916 915 Courthouse Square Hillsboro, Oregon Street view in Hillsboro.
There is a building that looks like a hotel to the left of the picture and then some shops along the street.
On the bottom of the picture in print reads: Street scene Hillsboro.
Paved with 916 Bitulithic.
Hillsboro, Oregon Air view of Hillsboro.
There are houses and what appears to be some barns.
In the right part of the picture in whites reads: Hillsboro Ore; 2nd St Looking south.
On the back of the picture in black ink reads: Hillsboro, 2nd and Lincoln St.
Photo of Main St., Hillsboro, ca, 1919.
There is snow on the ground and people are trying to clear the tracks so the train can get by.
All the stores and restaurants are somewhat snowed in.
On the top of the picture in black ink reads: 1919 Negative of Main St., Hillsboro, ca, 1919.
Hillsboro, Oregon View from the air on Hillsboro country/farm area.
There is a lot of open space.
On the bottom of the picture in white ink reads: No 11 A corner of Hillsboro and country.
On the back of the picture in black ink reads: Cotton wood trees set out in 1910 by Geo Bagley in what is now (1963) Bagleys City Park.
Given to the city by Bagley Family.
NE Corner of 2nd and Jacobson, Hillsboro. — 20507 20508 20509 20510 20511 20512 20513 20514 Joe Van Dyke with lad , 8 yr.
Old Belgian gelding, and Kris Yeakey with Darby a 4 yr.
Old registered miniature stallion1980.
Both to be shown in Parade of Horses at ’80 Fair.Van Dyke of Gaston, Yeakey’s Serenity Farms of 20515 Hillsboro. 2 prints, See also # 20,522 Singers at 1980 Fair, in Good Times Entertainment ShowcaseStanding, L-R= Ramey and Shauna Holson, Becky and BrendaHutchinson, Carol Leichtman.
In 20516 front, L-R= Cindy,Debbie and Mitzi Duncan and Mary Ferris.
All Hillsboro High Washington County Museum Photographic Prints Inventory School students Ina Van Den Brom, operator of Java Restaurant at Manning, Who demonstrated Indonesian cooking and costumes at the Home EC.
Dept., 20517 County Fair, 1980. 20518 Oversize negative advertising 1980 Washington County Fair.
Jeanne Miller with her Teddy bear collection 1980.
She Presented program on history and origin of toy bears, puppetBears.
She had approx. 125 bears to show at FriendshipSquare at County Fair.
Dave Shelton, vocalist and Hillsboro businessman 1980 w.
B/w negative Singers Cindy, Mitzi and Debbie Duncan sing folk, countryand modern music .
To sing at 1980 county fair Kris Yeaky with Darby (min.
Stallion) and a lad , (Belgian draft horse gelding), 1980, See photo #20,515.
Tim Childress of Kent, WA.
Former Hillsboro resident,Bullriders taken 1978.
Signed by photographer Bill WernerIn 1980, taken in Central Oregon.
Contact sheet, 1980 Fair, Destruction derby, Elvis , childin stroller, 36 frames.
No negatives found yet.
Contact sheet. 1979 or ’80 Fair, spectators, gypsies or Belly dancers, Elvis , floral arrangements, chimney Sweeps, harmonica players.
No negatives found. 12 b/w photos of construction at Fairgrounds. 1979.Small lot accession. 12 b/w neg. 2 men are identified in one Photo as Cris Meyers and Pete Raneras Northighwaynde music duo, 1981 Fair Two unidentified (twin?) teen girls, about 1981, May have Been performers at County Fair.
Cloudy Mountain Cloggers, about 1981.
They danced at Fair That year. 6-Horse team and wagon, 2 unidentified men, 1981. Jim Johnson on Negative envelope.
Sonshine the Clown, Bellydancers, Kitchen Band and Holsman girls (Morning Light Band), 1981. 20 photos with 21 b/w negatives. (1 photo thrown out) small lot accession, Gene and Bev Seibel at their horse ranch. (7 b/w neg.) no prints Found.
Photos by Leeson (sm.
Lot) Flower arranger from Tigard, ca. 1981. 3 contact prints,3 b/w negatives, small lot.
Man in Dogpatch T-shirt, ca. 1981,contact print, and 1 b/w neg.
Rennia Meek in clown suit, ca. ’81, 2 contact prints, 2 b/w negatives. (small lot) Brook, Claudia and judges at chocolate chip cookie contest, ca. 1981, 3 contact prints, 3 b/w negs, small lot 20519 20520 20521 20522 20523 20524 20525 20526 20527 20528 20529 20530 20531 20532 20533 20534 20535 20536 Washington County Museum Photographic Prints Inventory Dance troupe Dazzle of Tigard under direction of Gail Merten’s to perform at 20537 fair. 1981.
Contact sheet, 22 frames, w b/w neg.
Rodeo clown, rodeo, Rennia Meek in clown suit, Rita’s Burritos stand, Don Mack and Wes Myllenbeck judging cakes, Motown Magic, and fair clerks,ca. 1981 Unidentified young woman vocalist at the fair, 1981, B/w Print only. Ray and Ernie doing construction at fairgrounds, 1981.Color print only.
Contact sheets # 1 and 2, 1981 fair.
No negatives found yet. 71 frames show cake judging with Gov.
Vic Atiyeh, concessions,people, rodeo, livestock judging, 4-H vegetables, textiles, mechanical bull riding, Rennia Meek in clownsuit, story-telling, ballet dancer (child).
Gene Van Koll and Joe Whitehead, construction at fairgrounds, 1981 Helen Wick Walters Dancers, 1981.
L-R=Tara Stovall, NoelleLutheran, Shirley Lauberth, Jodi Summers, Julie Donaldson,and Susan Rice, all of Hillsboro.
Tom Duff, 6 of Sandy, Shows skill in mechanical Bull riding,Cost $1 per ride. 2 b/w prints.
No negs 1981.
Tom Duff, 6 of Sandy, shows skill in mechanical bull riding, Cost $1 per ride. 2 b/w prints.
No negs 1981.
Sonshine The Clown with 2 children, 1981.
Portrait of Addy Hesse, 1981 Ramey and Shauna Holsman of Hillsboro, gospel and popularSingers in the Morning Light Band. 1981 Valerie Bentley of Forest Grove, 1981.
Local dance troupe Dazzle , directed by Gail Mertens.Troupe from Tigard. 1981.
Poultry superintendent Paul Clark, 1981, with rooster Anne and Evan Younger of Tigard, with arts and crafts entries, 1981 Judie Probstfield, Hillsboro with acrylic painting Emitt Kelly The sad clown, 1981 Valerie and Frank Gunderson, Aloha, with craft entries of Weaving and ceramics, 1981 Unidentified young man with lineup (?) of photos, may beRusty Sheets, Hillsboro, 1981, photographer.
Rodeo Committee members Jane Davis of Rock Creek, B.J.
Clausen and Rocky Williams of Beaverton, getting arena ready, 1981 Aloha gardener Carlton McCaslin with floral entries, and his 2 sons Garret (left) and Richard, age 6 who first entered fair in 1980and 1981.
Rodeo queen, Shanna McBullock.
Only.(or McCulloch) ca. 1982. 20538 20539 20540 20541 20542 20543 20544 20545 20546 20547 20548 20549 20550 20551 20552 20553 20554 20555 20556 20557 20558 20559 Washington County Museum Photographic Prints Inventory
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