Portraits

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Portraits

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This digital collection represents a sampling of our portrait collection. Some of the individuals represented are noted Spokane pioneers, such as James N. Glover and J. J. Browne, but most are just ordinary individuals. The majority of the photographs date from the early 20th century and include studio portraits as well as a few family snapshots. Men, women and children are all represented. Some people largely unidentified. Enjoy browsing through the faces of the pioneers.

Items in the Portraits Collection

NW -- Portaits -- Boughton, Jennie (#01)
Portrait of Jennie Boughton, who came to Spokane with her parents in 1887. She worked for Spokane Public Library for 40 years.

NW - Portraits -- Browne, Earl (#02)
Portrait of Earl Browne, son of J. J. Browne, n.d.

NW - Portraits -- Browne, J. J. (#01)
Portrait of J. J. Browne, pioneeer real estate man and banker. n.d.

NW - Portraits -- Browne, J. J. (#02)
Portrait of the wife of J. J. Browne, Anna.

NW -- Portraits -- Cataldo, Joseph Mary, 1837-1928.
Portrait of Father Cataldo, date unknown.

NW -- Portraits -- Canfield, Oscar F. and Cynthia Ann (#01)
"Cynthia Ann Canfield, second wife of Oscar Canfield, one of the survivors of the Whitman Massacre."

NW -- Portraits -- Canfield, Oscar F. and Cynthia Ann (#02)
"Oscar Canfield, who as a boy of nine, witnessed the Whitman massacre and was one of the rescued individuals saved through the influence of Peter Skene Ogden."

NW -- Portraits -- Dereberry family (#11)
Edith Davis Dereberry of Covello.

NW -- Portraits -- Dereberry family (#01)
"Wedding - February 1, 1902. Miss Edith Davis m. Fisher L. Dereberry at parents' home near Covello."

NW -- Portraits -- Dereberry family (#03)
Mrs. Louden McGree, greatgrandmother, aged 69, Dayton, WA; Mrs. J. B. Davis, aged 48, Spokane, grandmother; Mrs. F. L. Dereberry, mother, aged 27 and daughter Marjorie Dereberry, 1 yr. 10 mo. Mrs. McGee came to Washington in 1883, settling at Dayton,…

NW -- Portraits -- Dwight Family (#16)
Dwight family camping. "DHD, his father Daniel Dwight, Mrs. Willis, May & Daniel W."

NW -- Portraits -- Durham family (#01)
Data Rothrock Durham, wife of Nelson Wayne Durham.

NW -- Portraits -- Dwight Family (#01)
"Mr. Daniel H. Dwight, owner of Brookside. Now Finch Arboretum."

NW -- Portraits -- Dwight Family (#13)
"Grandma, among the flowers, & her daughter, 1902." Mrs. Willis and Mary Willis Dwight.

NW -- Portraits -- Dwight Family (#07)
"The Dwight twins, Marjorie and Dorothy in the yard of their home, 1905 W. Pacific."

NW -- Portraits -- Dwight Family (#14)
"The Dwight twins, Marjorie and Dorothy."

NW -- Portraits -- Dwight Family (#15)
"Daniel H. Dwight, Mary Dwight, Mrs. Willis, Daniel W. Dwight, Daniel Dwight (grandfather)"

NW -- Portraits -- Eells, Cushing, 1810-1893 (#01)
Portrait of Cushing Eells, missionary and founder of a seminary dedicated to Marcus Whitman, which became Whitman College.

NW -- Portraits -- Young, Brigham, 1801-1877 (#01)
Portrait of Brigham Young on his 70th birthday.

NW -- Portraits -- Webster, John McAdam, 1849-1921 (#01)
Portrait of John McAdam Webster, U. S. Indian Agent, Colville Reservation, 1901-1914.

NW -- Portraits -- Marlowe, Mamie (#01)
Nothing is known about this young woman, who appears to be posing for a graduation photograph.

NW -- Portraits -- Felts Family (#04)
James B. Felts and his wife, Florence V. Johnson Felts in the living room at their cabin at Priest Lake, Idaho.

NW -- Portraits -- Glover, James N. (#01)
Portrait of James N. Glover.

NW -- Portraits -- Glover, James N. (#02)
Portrait of James N. Glover and his second wife, Esther Emily.

NW -- Portraits -- Hand, Edwin Wheeler (#03)
Edwin Wheeler Hand & daughter, Mary Ruth.

NW -- Portraits -- Hand, Edwin Wheeler (#01)
"Mr. & Mrs. E. W. Hand, 1897"

NW -- Portraits -- Hand, Edwin Wheeler (#02)
"E. W. Hand & G. W. Roche families taken at the Hand residence (1028 E. 8th Ave.)

NW -- Portraits -- Heideman, Charles (#01)
Portrait of C. W. H. Heideman. Heideman was a naturalist and poet who wrote columns for the Spokane Daily Chronicle.

NW -- Portraits -- Jackson, William Emsley, 1858-1945 (#02)
William E. Jackson, principal of the Irving School in his office. Jackson was principal from 1901 to 1928.

NW -- Portraits -- Jackson, William Emsley, 1858-1945 (#01)
William E. Emsley, principal of the Irving School in 1908. Jackson was principal from 1901 to 1928.

NW -- Portraits -- Johnson, Hiram O. & daughters
Portrait of Hiram O. Johnson and his daughters, Elsie and Florence.

NW -- Portraits -- Joyce, William and family (#01)
Portrait of William Joyce with his wife, Elizabeth and two sons. Joyce was the assistant chief of the Spokane Fire Department.

NW -- Portraits -- Lane, Thaddeus (#01)
"Thaddeus S. Lane, far right, president, Inland Auto Assn. on pathfinder trip south from Spokane, 1916."

NW --  Portraits -- Leavy, Charles H. (#01)
"Charles H. Leavy, Judge, Superior Court, Spokane."

NW -- Portraits -- Thom Family (#22)
Joseph Thom in studio portrait.

NW -- Portraits -- Thom Family (#04)
Robert Thom as a young man.