Firearms

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Firearms

  • UF Guns
  • UF Small arms

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Morgan, pointing gun

Three-quarters portrait of a man, possibly a police officer, pointing a gun with one hand and resting his other hand on his belt buckle. He is standing outside a building and is wearing a uniform and visor cap. The name “Morgan” is written on the negative and is visible at the bottom of the image.

Photograph of H. R. Everding

Photograph of a three-quarters portrait of a man facing front and holding a rifle. He is standing next to a car and is wearing a hat, a jacket, a collared shirt, a tie, and trousers. The name “Everding, Mr. H. R.” is written on the negative sleeve.

Unidentified man carrying rifles

Full-length portrait of an unidentified man standing on a sidewalk outside a storefront and looking toward the front. He is holding several rifles in one hand, and is carrying several more over his opposite shoulder. He is wearing a hat and suit. Image note: Photograph quality is poor due to extensive deterioration of the negative.

Deputy sheriff loading tear-gas gun

Three-quarters portrait, taken outdoors, of an unidentified man in a deputy sheriff’s uniform and a helmet. He is facing front and is loading a canister with the words “SHORT RANGE” on the side into a tear-gas gun. See related image Nos. 377N0535 and 377N0537.

Man with gun at Vancouver Barracks

Photograph looking upward at a man wearing a military uniform and holding a gun in both hands. Trees and the ski can be seen in the background. Likely part of the Citizens’ Military Training Camp at Vancouver Barracks (negative 1 of 24). Original sleeve title: “Vancouver Barracks.”

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Soldiers cleaning rifles at Fort Vancouver

Soldiers in uniform gather around a table, where they appear to be cleaning rifles. Likely part of the Citizens’ Military Training Camp at Vancouver Barracks (negative 12 of 24). Original sleeve title: “Vancouver Barracks.”

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Solder with wooden dummy at Vancouver Barracks

A soldier in uniform uses a rifle mounted bayonet to attack a wooden training dummy at Vancouver Barracks. He is lunging forward with one leg out, leaning towards the wooden structure, which is wrapped with burlap and festooned with branches. Likely part of the Citizens’ Military Training Camp at Vancouver Barracks (negative 16 of 24). Original sleeve title: “Vancouver Barracks.”

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Inspecting gun at Vancouver Barracks

Men stand in a line holding rifles on their shoulders. The guns point backwards, where a man is bending downward to peer into the barrel of the front most gun. The group stands along the edge of a dirt road, behind which can be seen wooden buildings, a vehicle, and trees. Likely part of the Citizens’ Military Training Camp at Vancouver Barracks (negative 3 of 24). Original sleeve title: “Vancouver Barracks.”

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Soldiers with guns and bayonets at Vancouver Barracks

Two solders in uniform hold rifles tipped with bayonets at Vancouver Barracks. They are in an open field area, behind which can be seen tree and a building. Likely part of the Citizens’ Military Training Camp at Vancouver Barracks (negative 7 of 24). Original sleeve title: “Vancouver Barracks.”

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Bank robbery at S.E. 82nd Avenue and S.E. Foster Road by Wayne Long

A federal agent carries several guns after a shootout with Wayne Long at S.E. 82nd Avenue and S.E. Foster Road. Long robbed the First National Bank and was apprehended by agents. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Thursday, June 15, 1950 (negative 5 of 14).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

George Thompson with gun

Siletz Indian George Thompson, grandson of Coquelle Thompson Sr., standing next to a tree holding a gun. He wears a safety hat and looks to his left. A photograph from this series was published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, March 9, 1952 (negative 2 of 3).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998