Photograph showing the Clackamas River (Oak Grove fork?) looking downstream from the powerhouse site for the Oak Grove dam. Snow can be seen on the ground and trees throughout the image. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-309.”
Photograph showing a temporary camp at Davis Ranch, with tent cabins in the snow. Each cabin includes a chimney, many of which show smoke. A worn path can be seen extending from the camera towards the camp area. In the background is a wooded hillside.
Photograph looking downward the Clackamas River in the narrows area near Three Lynx. Trees and rocks line the river on both sides, and wooded hills can be seen in the background. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-318.”
Photograph looking across an open area at a logged hillside in a densely wooded area at a future transmission line site between Three Lynx Creek and the Oak Grove powerhouse site. Snow can be seen on the ground throughout the image.
Photograph showing a canvas and wooden cook house building in the snow at camp #9. The building is on a raised wooden platform. In the background is a wooded hillside, with some logged trees visible. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-329.”
Photograph showing a men at a sawmill in a forested area at construction camp. A tractor can be seen in the background, likely being used to run a motorized saw. Other saw blades and belt drives can be seen in the image.
Photograph taken from shoreline, looking across Elk Lake towards the peak of Battle Axe Mountain. Snow is visible on the ground near the lake, extending up towards the peak. The trees on the far shoreline appear to be recently burned.
Photograph showing temporary at construction camp in the Oak Grove area. Several tent cabins and wooden buildings can be seen in the distance in front of wooded hills. At the right side of the image, several men and a tractor are on a short wooden bridge. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-333.”
Photograph showing a wooden sawmill building at Davis Ranch taken in the snow. Logs can be seen on the ground in front of the building. Smoke or steam is coming out of several pipes on the building, and men can be seen standing in and in front of the structure. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-336.”
Photograph looking down a rocky dirt roadway at two automobiles in the distance driving towards the direction of the camera. To the right side of the road is a rock cliff face, and to the left appears a downhill drop-off. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-38” and “14.”
Photograph showing the flowing Clackamas river, looking upstream towards a small group pf buildings on the far shore. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-352.” (Image note: native sleeve indicates image taken from lower end of roaring river bluff).
Photograph taken from a side angle showing a man riding a caterpillar machine in the snow, which is attached to a trailer. On the trailer is lumber, wooden crates, and other supplies. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-361.”
Photograph showing workers laying wooden railroad ties during the construction of railroad tracks. A large piles of wood is visible on a train car, in front of which several pieces of the same wood are laid out on the ground. (Image note: negative sleeve indicates the location as “just below red rocks”).
Photograph showing construction of a wooden platform at a temporary work camp in a wooded setting. Tent cabins can be seen in the background, and men can be seen throughout the frame. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-364.”
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 small wooden building with piles of cut lumber in front of a steep logged hillside. On the right side of the frame, the Oak Grove Fork of the Clackamas River can be seen, and snow is on the ground throughout the image. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-369.”
Photograph showing the South Fork of the Clackamas River during a flood, taken from next to the river. On the left side of the frame is a rough cliff-face with fallen rocks. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-43” and “21.”
Photograph looking up the Clackamas River, taken during a floor. On the right side, a cut road can be seen crossing the hillside, with several small flowing waterfalls. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-46” and “19.”
Photograph showing five man standing next to a river and a small wooden shed structure. In the background, across the river, is a wooded hillside. From left: Franklin T. Griffith (President), O.B. Caldwell (Vice President), G.L Estabrook at far right (Secretary and Assistant Treasurer).
Photograph showing a man standing next to a wooden “clockhouse” building with snow. He is wearing winter clothing, a hat, and is holding a rifle. Downhill from the building is the Clackamas river. Written on the negative is “Clockhouse at Big Bottom 12/15/20.” (Image note: see related image PGE 16-37.”
Photograph showing a damaged railroad train and railroad car on a rocky hillside, taken from a side angle. Wooden railroad ties can be seen in a pile in front of the train. Written on the side of the railroad train is “D.I.RY. Co.”