White River Picnic Area

This impression of a picnic spot at the White River together the Columbia River Freeway arrives from the Dr. Ruth (Hanna) Barnett assortment.  I can&#8217t rather form out the generations, but I believe that Ruth and her mother are in

18-Mile Island Redux – The History Museum of Hood River County

Notes We’ve noticed many illustrations or photos of Charles Reither and his property on 18-Mile Island (aka Rooster Charlie Island), but this just one arrives with a distinctive handle. Rodger Nichols gave a lecture about the island this February at

First Dredging? – The History Museum of Hood River County

Notes Alva Working day captured this aerial see of a dredge on the Hood River waterfront in July 1951.  I feel this dredging was affiliated with possibly the drinking water-amount freeway by way of Hood River or the “Groin” which

Strawberry Forest – The History Museum of Hood River County

Notes All those are occur spectacular looking strawberry vegetation. According to the notes om this Hood River News photograph Monthly bill Volmer is the picker. You can see by the stains on his proper hand that he is really finding,

Rockwood Garage – The History Museum of Hood River County

Notes Eleven decades back we saw this Alva Working day image of “Rockwood” which is now a neighborhood of SE Portland.  By some means I missed this even finer picture of the location, taken the very same journey.  The avenue

Marjorie Duckwall

This is Marjorie Duckwall in a stewardess uniform, circa 1957.  Regrettably the identify of the airline isn&#8217t fairly readable.  We&#8217ve contacted her daughter to see what more data we can find. The write-up Marjorie Duckwall appeared 1st on The History

Gone Fishing – The History Museum of Hood River County

Notes This is a excellent common pose of three children fishing with their faithful dog sitting down by. I think two of the children are George and Frances Castner, youngsters of Charles and Therese Castner. Frances was born in 1899

Oak Street, circa 1911 – The History Museum of Hood River County

Notes This Thomson family members album perspective of Oak Road dates to about 1911.  We’re looking west, standing in entrance of the Brosius Block (NW corner of 2nd and Oak).  You can see the 1910 To start with Nationwide Bank

Hood River City Pool – The History Museum of Hood River County

Notes The only information and facts we have is this was the Hood River City pool circa 1957.  I feel it is at the identical spot as the latest Hood River Parks and Recreation pool.  I feel there is even

The Old House Where I Was Born

Notes This fine old impression built its way into the Image Cave in-basket past year.  It has this descriptive inscription: This is our previous property in which I was born, June 19 1861.  In the photo are my mother, Lillie