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Tenney, Rev. William Alfred

Transcription from back: “Rev. William Alfred Tenney. B. St. Albaus, Maine Nov. 18, 1827; Gr. Bangor Theo. Sem. 1856; Ord. July 31, 1856; To Oregon, 1856; Congregationalist; Pastor Eugene, 1856-57; Astoria, 1857-59; Dalles, 1859-61; Forest Grove, 1861-62; Calif. 1862-71; Astoria, 1871-75. Then to California and Mass. Rec’d July 29, 1924.”

D. H. Woods (San Francisco, Calif.)

Smith, William

Transcription from back: “William Smith” There are a two cent and a three cent revenue stamps affixed to the back.

Bradley & Rulofson

Jane Johnson (Conner) Failing

Photograph of Jane (Conner) Failing, looking towards the right side of the frame. Her hair is pulled back, and a decorative neckline can be seen on her dress.

Flaglor Instantaneous Photographs (Firm)

Smith, Hannah M.

Transcription from back: “Smith, Mrs. Hiram (Hannah M.----) Pioneer of 1851. Known as a very benevolent woman. By will she left fund for constructing a Presbyterian Church at Fairview a few miles east of Portland, which is known as the Hannah M. Smith Memorial Church. Presented by Mrs. S. C. Dyer, Salem. Rec. No. 270.”

Vaughan's First Premium Photograph Gallery (San Francisco, Calif.)

Smith, Hiram

Transcription from back: “Smith, Hiram. Born in New York State. After reaching his majority he went to Ohio. Organized three expeditions to Oregon, in 18451 1851, 1863. The one in 1863 was to aid immigrants. His home was on 12th St. near Washington. He died in San Francisco, Jan 17, 1870. Presented by Mrs. S. C. Dyer, Salem. Rec. No. 270.”

Vaughan's First Premium Photograph Gallery (San Francisco, Calif.)

Silver, C. S.

Transcription from back: “Property of J. M. Brown R V Banks, Ore. C. S. Silver, Pioneer of 1850 in Portland merchant for many years.”

B. F. Howland & Co. (Studio)

Oral history interviews with Richard Sommer, by Clark Hansen [Sound Recording 04]

Tape 2 Side 2. Richard Sommer discusses his early life in San Francisco, his education at UC Davis, and how he became one of the first winemakers in Oregon's Umpqua Valley. He discusses his focus on Riesling, his use of the divided canopy method, his trips to Europe, eiswein (ice wine), barrel aging, and other winemakers in Oregon.

Sommer, Richard, 1929-2009

Oral history interviews with Richard Sommer, by Clark Hansen [Sound Recording 03]

Tape 2 Side 1. Richard Sommer discusses his early life in San Francisco, his education at UC Davis, and how he became one of the first winemakers in Oregon's Umpqua Valley. He discusses his focus on Riesling, his use of the divided canopy method, his trips to Europe, eiswein (ice wine), barrel aging, and other winemakers in Oregon.

Sommer, Richard, 1929-2009

Oral history interviews with Richard Sommer, by Clark Hansen [Sound Recording 02]

Tape 1 Side 2. Richard Sommer discusses his early life in San Francisco, his education at UC Davis, and how he became one of the first winemakers in Oregon's Umpqua Valley. He discusses his focus on Riesling, his use of the divided canopy method, his trips to Europe, eiswein (ice wine), barrel aging, and other winemakers in Oregon.

Sommer, Richard, 1929-2009

Oral history interviews with Richard Sommer, by Clark Hansen [Sound Recording 01]

Tape 1 Side 1. Richard Sommer discusses his early life in San Francisco, his education at UC Davis, and how he became one of the first winemakers in Oregon's Umpqua Valley. He discusses his focus on Riesling, his use of the divided canopy method, his trips to Europe, eiswein (ice wine), barrel aging, and other winemakers in Oregon.

Sommer, Richard, 1929-2009

Oral history interviews with Richard Sommer, by Clark Hansen [Transcript]

Transcript. Richard Sommer discusses his early life in San Francisco, his education at UC Davis, and how he became one of the first winemakers in Oregon's Umpqua Valley. He discusses his focus on Riesling, his use of the divided canopy method, his trips to Europe, eiswein (ice wine), barrel aging, and other winemakers in Oregon.

Sommer, Richard, 1929-2009

San Francisco?

Photograph, taken from a high vantage, showing a wide view of a city, possibly San Francisco prior to the 1906 earthquake. A road is visible at the center of the image. This photograph may be related to image Nos. 373G0473, 373G0531, and 373G0532. Image note: Damaged negative.

San Francisco?

Photograph showing houses in the hills around an unidentified city, possibly San Francisco prior to the 1906 earthquake. Also see image Nos. 373G0473, 373G0531, and 373G0535, which may be related. Image note: Photograph shows discoloration due to deterioration of the negative.

San Francisco?

Photograph showing a street, houses, and a hill in an unidentified city or town. The words “Geo. Holl Mission & 26th sells shoes on their merit” are painted on a wooden railing along the street. The photograph may have been taken in San Francisco prior to the 1906 earthquake. It may be related to image Nos. 373G0473, 373G0532, and 373G0535. Image note: Photograph shows discoloration due to deterioration. Negative damage at upper left.

San Francisco?

Photograph, taken from a high vantage, showing a wide view of a city, possibly San Francisco prior to the 1906 earthquake. A road with streetcar tracks runs through the center. Very faintly visible in the background toward the right is the dome of what may be the old San Francisco City Hall building. This photograph may be related to image Nos. 373G0531, 373G0532, and 373G0535. Image note: Damaged negative.

Union Oil tanker Lyman Stewart stranded at entrance to San Francisco Bay

Photograph, taken from the side, showing a ship, the Lyman Stewart, stranded on rocks at the entrance to San Francisco Bay after a collision with the freighter Walter A. Luckenbach in October 1922. Alongside the Lyman Stewart are three boats. On the negative is the text “Ashore at Mile Rk. [two words, not legible] / Union Oil Tanker Lyman Stewart.” Image note: Light leaks. Possibly a copy negative.

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