Photograph showing a group of officials and laborers standing on a hillside next to a wooden cart and train tracks. Two individuals in work clothing standing behind the main group. A loose dirt hillside and trees can be seen in the background. Closer to the photographer, lots and water can be seen, as well the the edge of a saw.
Photograph showing a temporary work camp built on the Oak Grove Fork of the Clackamas river during the Oak Grove construction project. Several white tents can be seen across the water, in front of a thick forest of pines. In the foreground, stumps and logs can be seen along the waters edge.
Photographs showing six works in tunnel at Oak Grove. One man looks at the camera, while another uses a pick ax to examine a white vein in the rock wall. The four men at the top of the frame stand on temporary scaffolding.
Photograph looking down an underground tunnel. Lights and a large pipe run along the right wall into the distance. A train track is visible on the floor, as well as various pieces of debris against the left wall.
Photograph showing the Clackamas River flowing at the base of a rocky cliff. Disturbed dirt and debris can be seen on the left side of the image, falling towards the water. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-136” and “Je-2-22.”
Photograph showing slowing water and logs on the Clackamas River, upstream from the potential site for the lower dam. Written on the negative is “Upstream from Lower Damsite at Intake, 5-4-20.” (Image note: numerous scratches are visible on the negative).
Photograph looking towards a landslide near camp #4.5 on the Clackamas River. River rocks and wooden logs can be seen in the foreground. On the right side of the frame, a fallen dirt hillside can be seen. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-14.6” and “R33.”
Photograph looking upstream on the Clackamas River, past the new powerhouse site, taken from a point on right bank at bend. A steep river bank and trees are visible throughout the image. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-148” and “R22.”
Photograph showing a temporary camp at the Roaring River ranger station, looking northwest. Several tent cabins can be seen throughout the middle of the frame, as well as two small log wooden buildings. Forested hillsides can be seen in the background. Written on the negative is “R32.” (Image note: discoloration visible at near top right corner).
Photograph showing a building and enclosed field at the Jehu Davis Ranch, taken through trees. A forested hillside can be seen in the background above the building. (Image note: numerous scratches are visible on the negative).
Photograph showing a caterpillar machine and men standing in a clearing of logs and trees. The men on the right side look towards the caterpillar, which is being driven by a man on a bench seat, who is bent to his left. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-172.” (Image note: discoloration is visible on right and bottom edges of negative).
Photograph looking across a dirt slide above the Clackamas River. A man can be seen standing on the hillside in the distance. The river is visible on the left side of the frame. Written on the negative is “Earth and loose rock slide below south fork, 12/17/20” and “E301.09-O-15.”
Photograph showing men standing on a wooden platform looking at the camera. On top of the platform is a makeshift ladder leading to a pulley and rope. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-239” and “R-8.”
Photograph looking uphill towards a log cabin. A man stands on the front porch of the structure, while another is standing downhill with a horse while looking towards the camera. Logs and stumps can be seen downhill front the cabin.
Photograph showing a log cabin with a group of people standing around the porch. To the left of the building of a parked automobile next to a smaller wooden building. Forest can be seen in the background. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-255.”
Photograph from a high angle showing a building on pillars in the snow (saw mill?). A men can be seen standing at the edge of a wooden deck looking away from the camera. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-294.”
Photograph taken from a side angle showing a raised wooden building in a clearing at “straights flat terminal.” Piles of cut wooden plants can be seen next to the building. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-298.”
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.