Photograph showing a wooden footbridge over the Clackamas River. At the bottom of the frame, two men stand on the bridge, one of which is looking at the camera. Water can be seen flowing under the bridge. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-26” and “25.”
Photograph showing a road cut through a hillside, with trees and mountains in the distance. Below the road, rocks and debris and can seen down the hill. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-29” and “30.”
Photograph looking across the South Fork of the Clackamas River, where a man in a hat and vest is standing on the opposite shore. Above the man, a road cut can be seen, with dirt and rocks falling downshill. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-31” and “38.”
Photograph taken from a hillside looking downward at Oak Grove Meadow. A large ditch can be seen extending into the distance near the center of frame. On the left side if a large pipe on a railway car. Trees and mountains can be seen in the distance.
Photograph taken from a high angle looking downward at the Oak Grove powerhouse site, showing the first cement being placed. Several men are gathered around the bottom section of a wooden chute extending towards a floor with metal framework. The Oak Grove Fork of the Clackamas River is visible in the background. (Image note: deterioration can be seen on the bottom left corner of the negative).
Photograph, likely taken from Oak Grove Butte looking southeast, showing mountains and ridges in the distance. Visible is North Pinhead Butte, South Pinhead Butte, and West Pinhead Butte. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-88” and “8.”
Photograph showing three men on a steep hillside above the Clackamas River. One man sits towards the front of the group, while the other two behind are standing and looking towards the camera. At the base of the cliff is flowing water and logs. Written on the negative is “Lower Damsite at Intake, 5-4-20.”
Photograph showing six men working next to a large metal column at the Oak Grove powerhouse. Around the group are piles of cut lumber, tools, and metal and wood building framework. A recently logged hillside can be seen in the background. (Image note: some discoloration can be seen along the left side of the negative).
Photograph showing four tent cabins with chimneys in an open field area. Smoke is visible coming out of the chimneys. In the background is a forested hillside. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-91.”
Photograph showing a camp area with tent cabins and small wood buildings, taken from slightly uphill. Behind the structures is the Clackamas River and a wooded hillside. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-110.”
Photograph showing a large generator component being moved with steel cables inside the Oak Grove powerhouse. In the background, a man can be seen looking upwards, while another is visible at the front of the frame looking towards the camera.
Photograph showing a group of men standing on large pipes. The men at the right of the frame look towards the camera, and are wearing hats with suit vests or dress shirts. They are Clark, Franklin T. Griffith, Fuller, Caldwell, and Osborne. Four men can be seen on the left side of the frame with tools, leaning towards the pipe work. A tunnel entrance can be seen in the background.
Photograph looking across the water showing several large industrial buildings on the shore. On the left side is a pulp and paper company, and a white building with a large smokestack can be seen in the center of the frame. Along the shore are stacks of wood (possibly crates).
Photograph showing a man working with a truck and hoisting machine on top of a wooden dam structure. The man stands next to the truck. Water is visible at the base of wooden stucture, which appears to be filled with rocks.
Photograph taken from a high angle showing several men working with a truck and hoisting machine next to flowing water of the Willamette River. On the left side of the image, two men stand on a dock platform while one holds a wooden pole.
Photograph of generator unit #3 at Cazadero Dam/Station G, taken two months after the 1908 accident due to equipment malfunction. On the front of the unit “General Electric Company” is written. A man stands on the left side of the frame with one hand on a wheel.
Photograph taken from a side angle, looking across a suspension bridge at Cazadero Dam/Station G. The bridge leads to steps, which go to the top of the hill across the water. Several buildings and transmission poles can be seen at the top of the hill. On the left side of the frame, the edge of a brick building can be seen.
Photograph showing the fishway Cazadero Dam/Station G. A man sits in a boat looking at the camera, with the wooden dam structure is visible behind. Part of the flume can be seen along the right side of the frame.
Photograph looking upstream, below proposed upper dam site at Cazadero Dam/Station G. A railroad track and flume can be seen running into the distance around a hillside, and two possible construction vehicles are visible. The river can be seen on the left side of the frame.
Photograph showing a large electrical unit (generator?) at Station L (now Oregon Museum of Science and Industry). On the left side of the frame is a wooden crate and wooden boards. Written on the negative is “4-19-21.” (Image note: see related image PGE-12-72, PGE 12-76, PGE 12-77).
Photograph showing the exterior of Station L taken from across the water (now the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry) with several buildings visible. The hog fuel pile can be seen on the right, and several loaded barges can be seen next to the docks on the left side of the image. The Willamette River is in the foreground. Part of the image is masked with paper.