Photograph showing horse cars on the corner of Grand Avenue and East Morrison Street in East Portland. A wooden building can be seen on the corner, with other building visible behind. Two horse-drawn street cars can be seen at either sides of the frame, and three other horse-drawn carts with riders are visible near the center. Several men stand at the entrance to the building on the corner, looking at the camera. The photograph is a reproduction of a pinned image (pins can be seen on the frame) with the caption “Horse car-line on Grand Ave and E. Morrison.” On the photo frame “Eastman, photo” is written.
Photograph of a pole derrick being used to hoist utility poles. Two men stand to the right of the derrick while looking at the camera, and a third can be seen next to a horse behind the poles. A railroad track runs along the side side of the frame.
Photograph showing two men with a horse towing a metal cart on a railroad track. The horse is attached to the cart via a harness, with the reins being held by one of the individuals. In the background are trees and a hillside.
Photograph showing horse teams grading a dirt road cut. On the right side of the image is a forested hillside, and one the left is a loose dirt hillside. Written on the side of the negative is “E301.09-O-231.” (Image note: discoloration visible on the right side of the negative).
Photograph showing men riding horses along a hillside trail. One of the men looks back towards the camera, while the others face forward on their horses, heading away. The hillside is steep with look rocks and foliage. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-40” and “44.” (Packtrain: Harman, Peck, Caldwell, Ransom.)
Photograph showing men and horses standing on a trail cutting through a rocky slope. They are facing away from the camera and mounted. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-27” and “43.” Image note: “Sherrard, Cravey, Caldwell” written on negative sleeve).