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Clement, H. C.

H. C. Clement (born about 1845 in Canada), house painter in Albany, Oregon. Went to Portland, then to Tacoma, where he dealt successfully in real estate.

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Grover, La Fayette

La Fayette Grover, a delegate to the 1857 Oregon Constitutional Convention, a U. S. Senator, U. S. Representative, and the fourth Governor of Oregon (1870-1877). He lived in Salem, Oregon, for many years, and died suddenly, in Portland, on May 10, 1911.

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Holden, Emma R.

Emma R. Holden, born in 1844 in England, who married Ebenezer Charles Holden. They immigrated to the United States in 1851 and settled eventually in Portland and Astoria. He worked as a bookkeeper and an auctioneer.

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Holden, Ebenezer Charles

Ebenezer C. Holden was a bookkeeper, born in England in about 1825. He married Emma and they immigrated to the United States in 1851. He later went by Charles E. Holden.

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Izer, Reverend George W.

Reverend George W. Izer, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church in Portland, Oregon, 1871-1873 and 1881-1883. Photo taken in either 1871 or 1872.

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Long, Isaac

Isaac "Ike" Long (1848-1874), raised by Walter Monteith, was a printer, born in Missouri. He was in charge of the Jackson Sentinel newspaper at the time of his death in Albany.

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Love, Lewis Philip

Lewis Philip Love (1851-1936), son of Lewis and Nancy (Griffith) Love. He owned a flour mill. He married Nancy C. Wiggs in 1872.

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Morgan, Fred

Reverse of photo labeled as Frank Morgan, "Supper Weady Roo." Frank Morgan was born in 1876, and this photograph is older than ca. 1880, so this is likely to be his older brother, Fred, born in 1870. They were the sons of Amos H. and Malinda (Boon) Morgan.

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Morse, Henry B.

Henry Bromwell Morse, originally from Bath, Maine, who arrived in Oregon in 1858, from California. He married Harriet Newell Millard (the daughter of Dr. Justin Millard) in Portland in 1861. Their children were Henry F., Dr. Edwin W., Eugenia, Emma C. (Riddell), and Harriet M. (Lockwood). The Morses were among the charter members of the Westminster Presbyterian Church. Henry was the Portland City Treasurer in 1862, as well as a merchant and miner.

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Miller, Maud

Transcription from back: “Maud Miller about 1873. Dau. Of Juaquin [Joaquin]. Property of Belle W. Cooke, Property of Ruth Lee.”

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Powell, Captain William Scoles

William S. Powell, born at Mt. Vernon, Ohio, on September 22, 1832, to Dr. John and Mary (Scoles) Powell. In 1852, he came to Oregon, landing in Portland on the steamer 'Multnomah' on October 4th. He was a carpenter in the early years and, in 1855, married Helen C. Hill, a step daughter of Stephen Coffin. In 1864, he raised Company D, First Oregon Infantry, of which he was named Captain. After time in Eastern Oregon, he was mustered out in 1866 and returned to Portland, where he purchased an interest in Oregon Iron Works. After disaster struck that business, he went to Dayton and worked in sawmilling for 16 years. He returned to Portland to open a grocery and commission business with J. J. Shipl(e)y. He and Helen had six children, three of whom survived well into adulthood: Mary L. (Shipl(e)y), Charles A., and Frankie (Haseltine). He died January 24, 1918, a number of weeks after falling and breaking his hip.

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Pratt, Sophia Christina (Taylor)

Sophia Christina Taylor, born in July 1849, in Harrison, Ohio, to Peter and Sarah Sophia Taylor. She married Irving W. Pratt, born in New York, in 1874, and they settled in Portland. Her family had come via the Isthmus from New York to Oregon in 1854. She and Irving had seven children, six of whom survived to adulthood. A teacher in Portland schools for many years, Sophia died April 1, 1911, in Portland.

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