Lily E. White photographs

Sally Waukiagus - Klickitat Untitled (View of the Columbia) Oak Hill Farm Columbia Slough Columbia Slough In the Shadow of the Rock Chief Skookam Wallahee of the Klickatats Periods of Time The Protest Long Beach - Pacific Ocean Tillamook Head - Pacific Ocean C. and N. R. R. - Klickitat River Sentinels of the Columbia Twilight on the Columbia - Castle Rock in the Distance Columbia Fisherman Mt. Hood from Larch Mt. Blockhouse Mt. - Columbia Castle Rock and Houseboat - Columbia River Mt. Hood at Hood River Evening in the Mist and Fish Wheel on the Columbia Sunset Storm on the Columbia Oneonta Gorge Looking In Mitchell Point - Columbia River above Cascades Mitchell Point Castle Rock Looking North - Columbia Scarf of Mist Upper Cape Horn - Near Celilo - Columbia Storm in the Palisades
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Lily E. White photographs


  • 1900-1905 (Creation)


43 black and white platinum prints, mounted.

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Collection consists of 43 photographs taken by Lily E. White and other members of the Oregon Camera Club between 1900 and 1905. The photographs depict landscape scenes of the Columbia River Gorge, the Pacific coast, and Mount Hood. Also included are posed portraits of members of the Klikitat and other Columbia River tribes. The photographs are mounted platinum prints and all but two of the prints are signed by the artist. 38 of the photographs are part of a tooled suede leather portfolio. The portfolio also contains prints signed by Sarah Hall Ladd, Will H. Walker, and Maud Ainsworth. In addition to the portfolio, the collection also contains five prints signed by Lily E. White from a separate accession.

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