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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, 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, William Sidney

Transcription from back: “Diminished copy of a photograph taken 1869. Wm. Sidney Smith was at the time 73 years. To Rev. and Mrs. Lee from their friend Eleanor June Smith. June 1882.”

Alva Pearsall Studio (Photographer)

Spencer, Rev. Jonathan

Transcription from back: “Taken 1867. Rev. John Spencer of Pittsburgh, PA Conf. Of M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church. Oregon Pioneer of 1852 from Wellsville, Ohio. Died 1884, aged 82+. Acc. No. 372.”

Turner, Laura Lucille A.

Laura Lucille A. Turner (1875-1968), the daughter of Enoch and Laura (Kelly) Turner, and granddaughter of Clinton and Moriah (Cain) Kelly.

Davidson, Isaac Grundy, 1845-1922

Taylor, Sarah Sophia (Heppell)

Transcription from back: “Mrs. Sarah Sophia (Heppell) Taylor. Pioneer of 1854. From Muscatine, Iowa via the plains. Wife of Peter Taylor a pioneer of 1852 from Muscatine, Iowa via the plains. Married in England on June 14, _____. Mother of 4 children, 1 boy and 3 girls.”

Teal, Ben

Transcription from front: “Ben Teal, son of JosephTeal, in his boyhood. Born in Eugene, Jan. 19, 1857.”

Teal, Helen

Transcription from front: “Miss Helen Teal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Teal. Born Oct.(?) 23, 1860.”

Thumb, Tom and Mrs.

Transcription from front: “General Tom Thumb and Wife. In the identical costumes worn before Her Majesty, Queen Victoria in Windsor Castle, June 24, 1865.” Transcription from back: Compliments of Charles S. Stratton, Lavinia Warren Stratton. (Autographs) 1864.”

E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. (Photographers)

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