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Thornton, Mrs. J. Quinn

Transcription from front: “Mrs. J. Q. Thornton, 1846. First select school teacher in Oregon City, 1847.” Transcription from back: “Mrs. () Thornton. Pioneer of 1846 from via . Mrs. Thornton was the first select (or private) school teacher in Oregon. She taught the first select school in Oregon at Oregon City in 1847. Wife of J. Quinn Thornton, a pioneer lawyer of 1846 from Illinois.”

Thornton, J. Quinn

Transcription from back: “J. Quinn Thorton. Pioneer Lawyer of 1846 from Illinois via _____. An advocate and promoter of free schools.”

Thompson, Mrs. J. R.

Transcription from front: “Mrs. John R. Thompson, boarding house, 1864.” Transcription from back: “ Mrs. J. R. Thompson, manager Thompson’s Boarding House, 185 Front Corner Madison.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Thompson, H. Y.

Transcription from back: “H. Y. Thompson, grad Willamette University. Lawyer of Portland in 1880.”

S. E. Gray & Co. (Salem, Or.)

Thompson, D. P.

Transcription from back: “D. P. [David Preston] Thompson. Mayor of Portland, prominent merchant and pioneer.”

Buchtel & Cardwell (Photographers)

Thumb, Tom and Mrs., Commodore Nutt, and Miss Minnie Warren

Transcription from front: “General Tom Thumb and Wife, Commodore Nutt and Miss Minnie Warren. In identical costumes worn before Emperor Louis Napoleon and the Empress Eugenie. At the Palace of Tuilleries, Nov. 29, 1864.” Transcription from back: Compliments of Charles S. Stratton, Lavinia Warren Stratton, G. W. McNutt, Minnie Warren. Approx 1867, Oakland. (Mary Gilbert, aged 7 years same size as these people.)”

E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. (New York, NY)

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. (New York, NY)

Thayer, Judge Andrew Jackson

Transcription from back: “Hon. Andrew Jackson Thayer, 1853. Resident of Corvallis, Oregon from October 9 1853 until his death April 28, 1873, although absent from time to time while holding political offices. From Buffalo, N.Y. via the plains 1853. Representative from Oregon in U.S. Congress 1860-62. Associate Justice Oregon State Supreme Court from 1870 until his death. Brother of Gov. William Wallace Thayer. See “Bench and Bar of Oregon” page 277.”

Terry, Chester N.

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.”

Ellsworth & Cardwell (Portland, Or.)

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