Photograph of flooding on the Columbia River near The Dalles. Same flooding that caused the Vanport Flood down river. In the background, a flooded building is completely surrounded by water in the Columbia River. In the foreground, railroad tracks disappear underwater. Handwritten note on back indicates this was taken May 30, 1948, by someone named "Foster" or "Lofie." Possibly Lafayette “Lafie” Leonard Foster who was likely associated with the Northwest School of Photography and later a photographer for The Dalles Chronicle.
The original administration building at the Oregon Fairview Home, a state-run facility for people with developmental disabilities in Salem, Oregon. The three-story wooden building has a large porch decorated with potted flowers. A circular driveway runs in front of the building.
An equestrian statue entitled "The Circuit Rider" in Salem, Oregon's Capital Park. The bronze sculpture by Alexander Phimister Proctor depicts a caped man riding a horse and holding a book in one hand.
Head-and-shoulders portrait of a young man wearing a World War I-era soldier's uniform. This image was a reproduction made by June Drake of a photograph originally taken by an unidentified photographer.
Two young girls stand in front of a Christmas tree that is decorated with ornaments, popcorn, and an angel. A tea set and a pile of fruit are under the tree. Each of the girls holds a doll. One girl looks at the tree while the other girl looks at the camera.
A man balances on an upside-down bicycle on what appears to be a racetrack at the fairgrounds in Salem, Oregon. A sign on the bicycle reads, "Ellis & Zinn Candy." A fence is visible behind the man, and a sign on it reads "A.B. Steinbach & Co: Record Breakers on Cheap Clothing. 295 Com'l St. Salem."
Two young children at the Drake Brothers Studio in Silverton, Oregon. One child sits on a chair and looks at the other child, who is pretending to take its picture using a toy camera made out of a box.
A display at the Silverton Community Fair in Silverton, Oregon. A white picket fence surrounds the display, which is decorated with flowers. A small table is set with a teapot, cups, and saucers and a pot sits on a hot plate. Two signs read, "Free wafers and cocoa" and "Biscuits served with compliments of Pacific Coast Biscuit Company.