Browse Items (359 total)

  • Collection: Portraits

Legrey_John001.tif
John Legrey, Civil War veteran, holding his GAR hat.

Lindsay_Vachel001.tif
Portrait of Vachel Lindsay with his wife and two children.

Van_Dusen_Daniel002.tif
Portrait is identified as "Nellie, Sarah, Martha and Jennie Van Dusen."

Vaughn_Family022.tif
Portrait of John Leonard Vaughn, Thomas Vaughn, Will Vaughn and Cornelius Vaughn.

Vaughn_Family001.tif
Unidenitified baby picture.

Vaughn_Family002.tif
Standing - Effie Whiting (Vaughn) and George H. Whiting. Seated: Cora L. Whiting, ca. 1897.

Vaughn_Family003.tif
Probably Barnet M. Whiting children: Cora (seated front); Effie left rear, Alice (died) and George H., ca. 1890.

Vaughn_Family005.tif
Effie Whiting Vaughn and John Leonard Vaughn. Effie is the daughter of Barnet M. Whiting, Whitings Addition to Spokane.

Vaughn_Family006.tif
Maybelle Vaughn - right and Cora Vaughn - left. Cora and Maybelle were the daughters of Effie Whiting Vaughn.

Underwood_George005.tif
Portrait of George Underwood, Lewiston pioneer.

Reedy_family002.tif
Family of Clarence E. Reedy, though Clarence is not shown. Portrait of his wife, Bessie and son, Richard.

Reedy_family001.tif
Daughters of Clarence E. Reedy, Dorothy May, Helen and Evelyn Reedy.

mcauliffe001.tif
Portrait of John and Catherine McAuliffe. Catherine was postmaster at Newman Lake from 1930 to 1939.

mclaughlin_james001.tif
James McLaughlin, Indian Agent.

meeker_ezra06.tif
Photo made in Spokane about 1920.

Preusse_Herman001.tif
Julius Zittel, Herman Preusse and unknown office helper at the Preusse & Zittel architectural firm, early 1900s.

Pringle_family006.tif
Wedding picture of Mr. and Mrs. George Pringle. Mayme Pringle and Albert Zimprick, attendants.

Pringle_family001.tif
Mr. and Mrs. Willliam Pringle.

Pringle_family002.tif
William Pringle family. Back row: George, Anna, William Jr., Mayme, Fred, Laurence. Front row: Joseph, Edward, William Sr., James, Mrs. Pringle, Helen, John.

Moore_Faris001.tif
Portrait of Faris D. and Cora Moore with their children, Nellie, Myrtle and Hazel.

Morris_Family018.tif
Ellen Morris, wife of Michael Morris, Sr.

Morris_Family001.tif
Katherine and Mary Morris, daughters of Thomas Morris.

Morris_Family014.tif
Michael Morris, 75 years old.

Niles_Charles001.tif
Wedding portrait of Charles A. Niles and his wife, Ella C. Stone Niles, taken in Iowa. They later lived in Opportunity.

Orndorff_William001.tif
William R. Orndorff, served Washington in the Washington State Senate.

Shields_family001.tif
Shields Family. Back row: Will Symmes? - Uncle Johnny. 2nd row: Carrie Foster, ? Maggie - Eva. Front: Marie - Virgil - May.

Stitz_family001.tif
Stitz family taken at the original home just west of the rolling mill (Kaiser/Trentwood) in the Spokane Valley.

Stratton_family001.tif
Vivian and Clarence Stratton.

Stratton_family002.tif
Stratton, Anna M., 1812-1895?, mother of Howard Stratton.

Spokane_Chinese001.tif
Unidentified Chinese man carrying gardening baskets and playing with a dog.

Spokane_Churches003.tif
Group portrait of a Sunday school class in Spokane, 1906. Bertha Tuft is marked with an x. Bertha Tuft, aged 14.

Spokane_Homes_Waikiki005.tif
WIlliam Auld, driver, just back from World War I. Truck used by the Waikiki Estate of Jay P. Graves.

Spokane_Homes_Waikiki015.tif
"Portrait of the Auld family. Front: George, William & wife, Elizabeth, John. Rear: William, David, Margaret and Clarence. William Auld was the manager of the Waikiki Dairy for Mr. Graves in Spokane."

Spokane_Japanese_Americans001.tif
"The Japanese Mission in the early twenties at 514 and 512 West Third, the duplexes built for rental property by Judge Bettis. His original home was to the west of this, between the church and the mission, vacated by his family after the 1893 crash."…

Spokane_Miss_Spokane002.tif
Portrait of Marguerite Motie, the first Miss Spokane.

NW_Lakes_Newman027.tif
"Fred W. Anderson on porch of cabin 'Pow Wow' at New Lake, Washington. Airedale is "Mac."
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