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Indians of North America; Men; Hats; Pipes (Smoking); Pipe, Hatchet Style; Yakama Indians; Studio props; Arrowheads; Hair; Hairstyles; Hair Ties; Hair ornaments; Feathers; Featherwork; Earrings; Earrings, Shell; Choker; Necklaces; Necklace, Loop; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Arm Bands, Beaded; Vests; Vest, Cloth; Belts (Clothing); Belt, Leather-Brass Tacks; Aprons; Clothing & dress; Leggings; Leggings, Wool; Moccasins; Moccasins, Beaded-Floral; Bells; Blankets;
A black-and-white photograph of a Native American man. In white ink near the bottom is written "Yakima" Moorhouse. The man stands in front of a canvas backdrop on which is painted a leafy woodland scene....
Cowboys; Indians of North America; Cowboy hats; Cowboy Apparel; Cowboy boots; Braids (Hairdressing); Hair; Hairstyles; Scarves; Belt, Leather; Belts (Clothing); Ropes; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Chaps; Chaps, Leather; Chaps, Wooly; Bracelets; Tassels; Rodeos;
A black-and-white photograph of three men, identified as "Champions Jackson Sundown, Hall, and Rollen, 1916", are standing in an open space that might be a field or rodeo ring. One man appears to be Native...
Indians of North America; Parades and processions; Pendleton Roundup; Horses; Horseback riding; Horse Trappings; Streets; Hats; Headbands (Headgear); Headdresses; Bonnets; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Suits (Clothing); Clothing & dress; Dress, Cloth; Dresses; Buildings; Stone buildings; Flags; Staffs (Sticks); Regalia; Chimneys; Windows; Advertisements; Advertising cards; Awnings; Utility poles; Children; Dogs; Pendleton Roundup;
A black-and-white photograph of a scene identified in white ink at the bottom as "Maj. Moorhouse leading Indian parade The Roundup". The photo was taken by O. G. Allen, Pendleton, Oregon. Major Lee Moorhouse...
Railroads; Interiors; Machinery; Windows; Light fixtures; Men; Clothing and dress; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Hats; Trousers; Dwellings;
A man identified as H.B. Ewbank is seated next to a window in the cab of a locomotive. He is dressed in a hat, suit, tie, and trousers. The interior of the cab is filled with machinery. Also visible in...
Automobiles; Banners; Spectators; Eyeglasses; Men; Clothing and dress; Hats; Beards; Mustaches; Buildings; Tires; Rubber industry; City & town life; Street lights; Transportation;
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...
Cowboys; Cowboy hats; Cowboy Apparel; Horses; Horse Gear; Horse Trappings; Horseback riding; Rodeos; Bandannas; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Clothing and dress; Fairs; Pendleton Roundup;
A black-and-white photograph. The caption in white ink at the bottom reads "Mark Moorhouse Exibition Mgr. Roundup. by Maj. Lee Moorhouse". A man identified as Mark Moorhouse is riding a white horse, probably...
Trees; Tree stumps; Tree limbs; Lumber industry; Loggers; Woodcutting; Saws; Employees; Wood; Men; Clothing and dress; Suspenders; Forests; Conifers;
Two men stand on a wooden plank attached to the base of a very large fir tree. Each man holds the end of a saw and are in the process of cutting down the tree. A section of the tree has already been removed,...
Railroad locomotives; Railroad ties; Steam engines; Transportation; Smokestacks; Light fixtures; Bells; Railroad rails; Railroad tracks; Employees; Transportation; Trees; Tree stumps; Plants; Rocks; Men; Hats; Coats; Clothing and dress;
A man dressed in overalls, jacket, and hat stands on the front of a locomotive. On the front of the locomotive is a large number five surrounded by the words, "The Lima Locomotive & Machine Co. 1907"....
Waterfalls; Tourists; People; Recreation; Cliffs; Bridges; Automobiles; Transportation; Water; Walls; Rocks; Trees; Grasses; Roads; Dirt roads; Trails & paths; Railroad tracks; Electric lines;
An elevated view of Multnomah Falls with parked vechicles and people next to the roads in front of the falls. In the foreground of the image are multiple electric lines, railraod tracks, and two bridges....
Motorcycles; Transportation; License plates; Light fixtures; Bags; Men; Clothing and dress; Hats; Coats; Belts (Clothing); Bow ties; Snow; Automobiles; Signs (Notices); Buildings; City & town life;
A man dressed in a hat, bow tie, and jacket with belt, stands next to a motorcycle in a snow filled city landscape. The name, "Excelsior-Henderson Motorcycle Mfg Co." , is visible on the surface of the...
Apprentices; Teachers; Teaching; Students; Classrooms; Boys; Men; Clothing and dress; Trousers; Hats; Eyeglasses; Neckties; Shirt, Cloth; Wood; Woodwork; Carpenters; Carpentry; Architectural models; Doors & doorways; Paneling; Chalk drawings; Blackboards;
Three male students in a classroom setting stand next to a wooden architectural model. The boys wear trousers, hats, and long sleeved shirts with rolled-up sleeves. An older man uses a long piece of wood...
School children; Schools; Uniforms; Hats; Children; Children; Indian children; Indians of North America; Indigenous peoples; Signs (Notices); Arches; Walkways; Fences; Sculpture; Boys; Birds; Dwellings; Utility poles; Educational facilities; Boys;
An outdoor group portrait of Native American schoolboys in uniform posing under an archway with the words "Indian Training School" on its surface. A carved wooden bird with the word "Chemawa" is visible...
Pendleton Roundup; Exhibition buildings; Fairs; Rodeos; Indians of North America; Flags; Doors & doorways; Buildings; Wooden buildings; Men; Suits (Clothing); Hats; Neckties; Clothing & dress; Ticket offices; Sidewalks; Streets; Pendleton Roundup;
A black-and-white photograph of the entrance to what appears to be a fairgrounds or rodeogrounds. It has been identified as "Major Moorhouse's Indian exhibit, exterior, at Round-Up, 1913." American flags...
Loggers; Employees; Men; Working class; Sweatshirts; Jeans (Clothing); Rubber footware; Suspenders; Bars; Counters; Stools; Interiors; Commerce; Eating & drinking facilities; Taverns (Inns); Glassware; Pictures; Doors & doorways; Leisure; Beverages; Clothing and dress; Social & civic facilities;
A man, identified as a logger, is seated on a stool as he rests his arms on a bar countertop. He is dressed in a hard hat, sweatshirt, jeans, suspenders, and rubber boots. A glass is visible on the surface...
Political parades & rallies; War rallies; Crowds; Spectators; City & town life; Automobiles; Plasterwork; Sculpture; Flags; Street lights; Streets; Columns; Pedestals; Buildings; Buildings distinguished by form; Architectural elements; Windows; Balconies; Automobiles;
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...
Women; Pinball machines; Games; Recreation; Bars; Counters; Interiors; Commerce; Eating & drinking facilities; Taverns (Inns); Leisure; Beverages; Clothing and dress; Shirts; Patterns (Design elements); Eyeglasses; Cigarettes; Bottles; Beer; Seating furniture; Social & civic facilities;
Two women visit inside the Alpine Tavern. One woman, identified as Elma, stands, playing a pinball machine. She wears eyeglasses and is dressed in a short-sleeved blouse with an abstract pattern on its...
Diving; Swimmers; Swimming; Swimming pools; Bathing suits; Sports & recreation facilities; Recreation; Towers; Ladders; Flags; Flagpoles; Clotheslines; Boudoirs; Water; Buildings; Women; Men;
A man swan dives from a diving tower at an outdoor swimming pool. The tower has five platforms that are connected with a ladder attached to the side of the tower. Seven spectators dressed in bathing suits...
Women; Pinball machines; Games; Recreation; Bars; Interiors; Commerce; Eating & drinking facilities; Taverns (Inns); Leisure; Clothing and dress; Shirts; Patterns (Design elements); Eyeglasses; Cigarettes; Seating furniture; Draperies; Tables; Sweaters; Shoes; Social & civic facilities;
Two women visit inside the Alpine Tavern. One woman, identified as Elma, stands, playing a pinball machine. She is dressed in a short sleeved blouse with an abstract pattern on its surface, cropped pants,...
Telegraph industry; Telegraph offices; Delivery boys; Carts & wagons; Wagon wheels; Horses; Horse Gear; Men; Hats; Clothing and dress; Buildings; Buildings distinguished by form; Signs (Notices); City & town life; Fountains; Sculpture; Stone carving; Water; Skidmore Fountain, Portland, Oregon;
A horse-drawn wagon and driver situated in front of a fountain identified as the Skidmore Fountain. Two horses harnessed to the wagon drink from the fountain as the driver looks on. He is dressed in a...
Bars; Counters; Stools; Interiors; Commerce; Eating & drinking facilities; Taverns (Inns); Glassware; Leisure; Beverages; Clothing and dress; Women; Merchandise displays; Cigarettes; Drinking vessels; Social & civic facilities;
Two women seated at a bar counter at the Alpine Tavern. The woman facing the camera is identified as Mazie Graham. An unidentified woman seated across from Mazzie is dressed in a white sweater. Mazie has...
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