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Shelton, Isabell

Transcription from back: “Sister of Riley Shelton, Daughter of Henry (?) & Coraline (?) Shelton, Scio, Ore.”

Paxton, Andrew B. (Photographer)

Shipley, Adam R.

Transcription from back: “Adam R. Shipley, Postmaster and book seller. Married Miss Celinda E. Himes.”

Buchtel & Cardwell (Photographers)

Shipley, Adam R.

Transcription from back: “Adam R. Shipley. This photo received in 1901. Pioneer of 1852 from Ohio via ___. An early bookseller and stationer in Portland. The 5th Postmaster of Portland -- Nov. 4, 1854 to July 15, 1861.”

Simmons, Michael Troutman

Transcription from back: “Michael Troutman Simmons, Pioneer of 1844 from Missouri via the plains. Photo received in 1900. Indian agent. See History of the PNW, Ore. + Wash.”

Smith, Alvin T.

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; postmaster at West Tualatin, 1851-3, afterwards Forest Grove; died, 1885--hence 85 years old; Was at Champoeg May 2, 1843.”

Davidson Bros. (Photographers)

Smith, Charles Emil

Transcription from back: “C. E. Smith, Bro. Of F. C. Smith, “Uncle Charlie.” Charles Emil Smith came to Portland between 1865 + 1867. Partner with bro Ferdinand C. in Smith Bros Iron Works.”

Smith, Hannah M.

Transcription from back: “Smith, Mrs. Hiram (Hannah M.----) Pioneer of 1851. Known as a very benevolent woman. By will she left fund for constructing a Presbyterian Church at Fairview a few miles east of Portland, which is known as the Hannah M. Smith Memorial Church. Presented by Mrs. S. C. Dyer, Salem. Rec. No. 270.”

Vaughan's First Premium Photograph Gallery (San Francisco, Calif.)

Smith, William

Transcription from back: “William Smith” There are a two cent and a three cent revenue stamps affixed to the back.

Bradley & Rulofson

Spalding, H. H.

Transcription from front: “Your brother in Christ, 1868, Age 65, Brownsville, Oregon, H. H. Spalding.” Transcription from back: “To dear brother Lewis, but if gone home, to some of his family, from his bro. (brother) H. H. Spalding, born Bath (?) N.Y. 26 Nov 1803. [W]ith his wife & Doct. Whitman & wife crossed Rocky Mts. & the continent to Pacific 1836. First white woman to cross[.] This settled the question & established the Grt. Emgrt. R__t & setld this coast with Amers. Mrs. S. taught good woman to weave. Mr. S. printed first book in /39 & first press on Pacific coast by blessing of God[.] Nez Perces raised 25,000 bushels yearly[.] 500 in school over 100 converted[.]”

Thompson & Paxton (Photographers)

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