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Waymire, John

Transcription from back: “John Waymire. Presented by Miss Rght Drake, 1505 SE. 14th. Ave, City. Oct. 25, 1944.””

F. Dalton Studio (Photographer)

Thompson, Mrs. J. R.

Transcription from front: “Mrs. John R. Thompson, boarding house, 1864.” Transcription from back: “ Mrs. J. R. Thompson, manager Thompson’s Boarding House, 185 Front Corner Madison.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Thompson, D. P.

Transcription from back: “D. P. [David Preston] Thompson. Mayor of Portland, prominent merchant and pioneer.”

Buchtel & Cardwell

Thayer, Governor William Wallace

Transcription from back: “Hon. William Wallace Thayer (Governor). Crossed the plains 1862. Sixth governor of State of Oregon 1878-1882. Chief Justice of Oregon State Supreme Court 1888-1890. See “History of the Bench and Bar of Oregon” page 278.”

McAlpin & Lamb

Terry, Chester N.

Transcription from back: “Terry, Chester N. Sec. Of the Grand Lodge of I.O.O.F. 1856. Secretary of the Constitutional Convention, Salem, Sept. 18, 1857. Presented by Mrs. S. C. Dyer, Salem. Rec. No. 270.”

Ellsworth & Cardwell (Portland, Or.)

Taylor, Mary

Transcription from back: “Mary Taylor, daughter of James and Esther Taylor, Astoria, Oregon. Acc. No. 9353.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Taylor, Douglas William

Transcription from back: “Douglas William Taylor, Pioneer of 1854 from N.Y. via the sea and Nicaragua. Married Miss Alice F. Carr on June 4, 1879.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Tanner, Lucy (Carter)

Transcription from back: “Mrs. Lucy (Carter) Tanner, 1852. Pioneer of 1852 from vis . Wife of Elisha Swift Tanner, also a pioneer of 1852. Went to Eastern Washington with her husband many years ago where she spent the rest of her life.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Tanner, Elisha Swift

Transcription from back: “Elisha Swift Tanner, 1852. Pioneer of 1852 from __ via ___. Married Miss Lucy Carter, also a pioneer of 1852. Went to Eastern Washington many years ago where he spent the rest of his life.”

Buchtel, Joseph, 1830-1916

Smith, Jamie Frenchmen

Transcription from back: “Jamie Frenchmen Smith, a friend of Mama’s who was in school with her at the seminary in Ore. City. Her father-in-law had a foundry in Ore. City in the early days. Her husband was her stepbrother.”

Buchtel & Stolte

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