Transcription from back: “Mrs. Lucy (Carter) Tanner, 1852. Pioneer of 1852 from _____ vis _____. Wife of Elisha Swift Tanner, also a pioneer of 1852. Went to Eastern Washington with her husband many years ago where she spent the rest of her life.”
Transcription from back: “Elisha Swift Tanner, 1852. Pioneer of 1852 from ______ via _______. Married Miss Lucy Carter, also a pioneer of 1852. Went to Eastern Washington many years ago where he spent the rest of his life.”
Transcription from back: “Mrs. Clara Vinson Swafford, 1852. Oct. 10, 1920. As a young woman she lived in the family of Arthur Warner, near Oregon City - He was a pioneer of 1853 - for a number of years.”
Transcription from back: “Julius Augustus Stratton, Lawyer. Oregon pioneer of 1853. Brother of Rev. C. C. Stratton, Methodist Minister and Riley E. Stratton, Lawyer and Judge (circuit). Grad Willamette University.”
Transcription from back: “Hon. William Wallace Thayer (Governor). Crossed the plains 1862. Sixth governor of State of Oregon 1878-1882. Chief Justice of Oregon State Supreme Court 1888-1890. See “History of the Bench and Bar of Oregon” page 278.”
Transcription from back: “Terry, Chester N. Sec. Of the Grand Lodge of I.O.O.F. 1856. Secretary of the Constitutional Convention, Salem, Sept. 18, 1857. Presented by Mrs. S. C. Dyer, Salem. Rec. No. 270.”
Transcription from back: “Alvin T. Smith was born in Connecticut in 1800; removed to Illinois in 1840; married that year; went to Whitman Mission for the winter of 1840-41; went to Forest Grove in 1841; followed farming; Congregationalist; postmas...