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Keeler, Sylvia M. (Marshall)

Sylvia M. Marshall, who married Julius M. Keeler, a teacher in early Portland and Forest Grove. They had one surviving son, Percival Keeler, who was born in 1853 in Oregon, and was a bookkeeper in San Francisco in 1880. She died in 1858 in Napa, C...

Cartes-de-Visite Collection

  • Org. Lot 500
  • Collection
  • 1855 - 1897

Cartes-de-visite are a form of card photograph popular from around 1860 to the early 1900s, typically used for portraiture. The common construction of these cards consists of a thin albumen print mounted on a thicker card backing measuring 2.5 x...

McLoughlin, John

Dr. John McLoughlin, the "father of Oregon." See numerous biographies and materials at OHS.http://librarycatalog.ohs.org/EOSWebOPAC/OPAC/Details/Record.aspx?BibCode=2671152

Bagley, Susannah Rogers (Whipple)

Susannah Rogers Whipple, who married Rev. Daniel Bagley on August 15, 1840. She was born in 1819, raised in Massachusetts, and died in Seattle in 1913. Their son was Clarence B. Bagley.http://librarycatalog.ohs.org/EOSWebOPAC/OPAC/Details/Record.a...

Lappeus, James Henry

James Henry Lappeus (1830-1894), chief of police of Portland, Oregon, during the 1860s. Was a saloon keeper in 1870 in Portland, and married to Chloe Ann Burroughs.

Failing, Emily Phelps (Corbett)

Emily Phelps Corbett, who married Henry Failing in Portland, October 21, 1858. She was the younger sister of Henry Winslow Corbett, and a pioneer to Oregon in 1851, via the Isthmus of Panama.

Law, Robert Henry

Robert Henry Law, commission merchant and dealer in wagon supplies in Portland and The Dalles, from the late 1850s to 1865, the year of his death. He was born in about 1820 in England.http://librarycatalog.ohs.org/EOSWebOPAC/OPAC/Details/Record.as...

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