Boudoir card of the Oneonta Bluffs, Columbia River Gorge, during the winter storm of circa 1884-1885. Two men stand on the track of the Oregon Railway & Navigation Company's railroad line, after snow removal.
Boudoir card of an Oregon Railway and Navigation Company relief train passing through The Needles rock formation in the Columbia River Gorge on the Oregon side during the winter of 1884-1885. Three men stand beside the train.
Boudoir card of the salmon fishery on the Columbia River at Warrendale, Oregon. A woman stands beside the railroad tracks that pass the fishery in the foreground. The title of the card incorrectly states this is located in Washington Territory. An Oregonian newspaper article featuring this photograph is affixed to the back of the card. It is dated Sunday, November 15, 1953, with the headline, "Historic Salmon Cannery Site in Gorge Acquired for Recreation Use by Forest."
Boudoir card of islands in the Columbia River, near the Upper Cascade Rapids. Part of a railroad is visible in the foreground. Buildings are visible on the opposite shore. Photograph is inscribed incorrectly with the date "1867."
Boudoir card of Castle Rock (also known as Beacon Rock) across the Columbia River on the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge. Photo taken from Oregon side of the Gorge. There is a railroad in the foreground.
View of The Dalles on the Columbia River, taken from the Washington side of the river. Mount Hood rises in the background. OHS Collection includes 1 duplicate of this mammoth plate, on a different mount, with the alternate title, "Mount Hood and Dalles City from Rockland. Columbia River."