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Trip to eastern United States, 1927-1928

Overview of William and Irene Finley's trip to the eastern United States, including Finley's recent publication, "Wild Animal Pets", release of a film series, "Finley Nature Series", and series of lectures, "Camera Hunting on the Continental Divide" and "Cruising in B.C. and Alaska."

Finley, Irene

Smith, Joseph Showalter

Transcription from back: “The Hon., J. S. Smith (Joseph Showalter Smith), Representative from Oregon to National Congress (H of R), Wash DC, 1860s.”

Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries

Smith, Julia A. (Carter)

Transcription from back: “Mrs. J. S. Smith. Her husband a member of House of Repr. In Wash DC From Oregon, 1860s. (Nee Julia A. Carter)”

Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries

Letter from Delazon Smith to Mary Shepherd Smith

Letter written by Delazon Smith to his wife, Mary Shepherd Smith on February 14, 1859. The letter announces the admission of Oregon as a state in the Union. It also includes an account of Smith drawing lots with Joseph Lane for the length of their senatorial terms.

Smith, Delazon

Camp Barry

This photograph of Camp Barry in 1864, was originally owned and may have been taken by William Russell Parnell. The photograph depicts several buildings that are part of the camp, and includes the inscription “Camp of John Simons” on the back. The inscription also mentions a "Remount Station," which may refer to a military Remount Service, and was a division of the Army that trained horses and mules for military use.

Parnell, William Russell, 1836-1910

Letter from Congress Representative Ron Wyden to Homer Yasui, 20 March 1987

Letter from Congressional Representative Ron Wyden to Homer Yasui dated 20 March 1987. In this letter, Wyden affirms his support of government action in efforts to correct wrongdoings against Japanese Americans, though suggesting that a public apology through the office of the President and endowments for a special university chair on civil liberties at major U.S. universities would be more effective than reparations payments.

Wyden, Ron, 1949-

U.S. Capitol

A photograph of the United States Capitol taken in an automobile headlight. This creates a rounded distortion on the image.

Drake, June D., 1880-1969