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Walker, Cyrus Hamlin

Transcription from back: “Cyrus Hamlin Walker. Born: Dec. 7th, 1838 at the Whitman Mission, which was about 6 miles west of the present city of Walla Walla, Wa. Oldest son of Rev. Elkanah and Mrs. Mary (Richardson) Walker, Pioneers of 1838 from Maine – via the Plains.”

Buchtel & Stolte

Warren, Eliza (Spalding)

Transcription from back: “Mrs. Eliza (Spalding) Warren was born at Lapway (Clearwater Co.), Oregon T., now Idaho, Nov. 15th 1837. Daughter of Rev. Henry Harmon Spalding – Pioneer missionary (sent by the Amer. Bd.) of 1836 from N. Y. via the Plains on horseback. Wife of James Warren. Mr. Warren died Nov. 4, 1886.”

Paxton, Andrew B. (Photographer)

Watkins, C. R.

Transcription from back: “C. R. Watkins, given to me on 3rd June, 1866, in the M. E. Church, in Portland, Oregon, while in the Bible Class, who, with the remainder of those present were listening to an address delivered by Rev. A. C. McDougall, of the California conference who was on his way through the State delivering Temperence Lectures. One year ago I quit working on the Oregonian daily newspaper. (signed) Geo. H. Himes”

Watson, Rev.

Transcription from back: “Minister of the Christian Church, in Chehalis Co. Wash. Near Elma”

McGowan, J. D. (Photographer)

Welch

Transcription from back: “Compliments of H. C. Cordon ?”

A. L. Jackson Studio (Photographer)

Welch, Russell

Transcription from back: “Russell Welch, Father of Thaddeus, Madison, Ralph & Mark Welch.”

Peterson & Brother (Seattle, Wash.)

Welch, Thaddeus

Transcription from back: “Thaddeus Welch, Pioneer of 1847. Oldest son of Russell Welch – a Pioneer farmer to Polk County in 1847. Brother to Matthew and Ralph Welch. A skilled job-printer and an artist. Apprentice Printer in the “Oregon Farmer” job office in 1861 in Portland, Oregon.”

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