Frank Patterson Photographic Postcards, circa 1920s - 1986  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Patterson, Frank, 1883-1961.
Title
Frank Patterson Photographic Postcards
Dates
circa 1920s - 1986 (inclusive)
circa 1920s-1930s (bulk)
Quantity
1.5 cubic feet, including 1550 photographs, (5 boxes)
Collection Number
P 312
Summary
The Frank Patterson Photographic Postcards consist of images of natural features, tourist sites, and highways in Oregon and northern California.  Of note are numerous images of the Oregon Caves, Crater Lake, the Oregon Coast, and the redwoods.  Frank Patterson was a prolific photographer who worked in studios in Medford, Oregon and Santa Rosa and San Francisco, California during the 1920s-1950s.
Repository
Oregon State University Libraries, Special Collections and Archives Research Center
Special Collections and Archives Research Center
121 The Valley Library
Oregon State University
Corvallis OR
97331-4501
Telephone: 541-737-2075
Fax: 541-737-8674
scarc@oregonstate.edu
Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Frank Patterson, born December 20, 1883 in Klickitat, Washington, was a prolific photographer of the West Coast in the 1920s and 1930s, working at studios in Medford, Oregon and San Francisco, California. He married his first wife, Cora, on February 16, 1907, with whom he had three daughters. Frank and Cora divorced on September 7, 1921, after which Frank moved to Medford, Oregon where he opened a photography studio.  He created the majority of his photographic postcards while he was in Medford. He married his second wife Josephine Champie on June 28, 1922. In 1928 Frank moved to Santa Rosa, California. In 1940 he was sentenced to San Quentin for twelve years and served six, after which he worked for Bear Photo in San Francisco until 1959. He developed Alzheimer’s and was admitted to Napa State Hospital where he died in 1961.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Frank Patterson Photographic Postcards consist of images made by Frank Patterson depicting natural features, tourist sites, and highways in Oregon and northern California.  The bulk of the images are photographic postcards which were produced en masse for purchase by travelers and tourists.  The collection includes a checklist of Patterson images prepared by Robert I. Wright in the mid-1980s.  This assemblage of Patterson images was collected by Gerald W. Williams.

The Patterson Photographic Postcards provide extensive documentation of natural features in southern Oregon and northern California including Crater Lake, the Oregon Caves, the Rogue River, Diamond Lake, the Oregon Coast, Mount Shasta, Mount Lassen, and the redwoods.   Numerous views of towns in Oregon (Medford, Ashland, Roseburg, Grants Pass, and Klamath Falls) and in California (Arcata, Crescent City, Eureka, Redding, Ukiah, and Santa Rosa) are part of the collection.  Photographs of tourist highways and bridges on the Oregon coast and through the redwoods of southern Oregon and northern California depict these structures near the time of their development and construction.

Most of the images are undated, but were likely taken by Patterson during the 1920s and 1930s when he was working from studios in Medford, Oregon, and Santa Rosa, California.  It is possible that some of the images dated in the 1940s were made by other photographers under Patterson's imprint.  The titles provided for each image are taken from the item or Wright's checklist.  The item numbers were assigned by Patterson.

While the bulk of the collection consists of photographic postcards, there are several photographic prints and ephemeral items in Series 2.  About 20% of the images and Wright's checklist are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

Frank Patterson Photographic Postcards (P 312), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series 1:  Checklist and Workbook, 1986Return to Top

Series 1 consists of a checklist of photographic postcards by Frank Patterson prepared and self-published by Robert I. Wright to assist himself, and other collectors, with compiling a comprehensive list of Patterson's work. The list includes the image number, title, an indication of whether it is horizontal or vertical, and the form of the signature on the postcard. The publication is available onlineonline.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1.1
A Patterson Postcard Checklist and Workbook by Robert I. Wright.

Series 2:  Album Pages, circa 1920s-1930sReturn to Top

Series 2 consists of 18 photographs depicting natural sites in Oregon, including the Oregon Caves, Crater Lake, and Mt. Thielsen. The series includes one photographic postcard and 17 photographic prints. Four of the prints are panoramic views of Crater Lake and the Savage Rapids Dam. The series also includes a brochure for the Rogue Elk Resort, two envelopes for Patterson Postcards, and one envelope for Patterson Panels of Crater Lake.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1.2
01: Mt. Thielsen from Diamond Lake
Postcard 0453.
1.2
02: Mammoth Column, Oregon Caves
1.2
03: Jauquin Miller's Chapel, Oregon Caves
1.2
04: Ghost Chamber, Oregon Caves
1.2
05: Neptune's Daughter, Oregon Caves
1.2
06: The Wigwam
1.2
07: Steel Stairway, Oregon Caves
1.2
08: Cathedral Arch, Oregon Caves
1.2
09: Kings Palace, Oregon Caves
1.2
10: The Queen's Chamber, Oregon Caves
1.2
11: Petrified Gardens, Oregon Caves
1.2
12: Paradise Lost, Oregon Caves
1.2
13: Oregon Caves Resort
1.2
14: Entrance to Oregon Caves
1.2
15: Crater Lake
1.2
16: Crater Lake
1.2
17: Crater Lake
1.2
18: Savage Rapids from Pacific Highway
1.2
19: Rogue Elk Resort
Brochure.

Series 3:  General Postcards, circa 1920s-1930sReturn to Top

Series 3 consists of 34 postcards depicting wildlife and people of Oregon and northern California. Of special note are several postcards of a Native American woman and her child in traditional dress. A couple of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1.3
0001: Nuts about Oregon
1.3
0002a: Beryl Looray
1.3
0002b: A Deer Family
1.3
0003: Cat with two adopted skunks and kitten
1.3
0004: California Here I Come
1.3
0005: Good Morning
1.3
0007: Southern Oregon Pelican
1.3
0008: Rainbow Trout
1.3
0009: Seagulls
1.3
0010: Where Oregon Wool comes from
1.3
0011a: I'm Satisfied, Why Aren't You?
1.3
0011b: I'm fed-up on Northern California
1.3
0013: Wild Deer in the Snow
1.3
0014: The California Bear
1.3
0015: Flowers of the Forest
1.3
0016: Mr. Porcupine takes a walk
1.3
0017: A wild live grouse
1.3
0018: Nuts about Northern California
1.3
0020: Cast up by the Sea
1.3
0023: Hello Dear!
1.3
0024: 100% American Girl
1.3
0025: The Three Bears
1.3
0026: The Indian Mother
1.3
0027: A Native Son
1.3
0028: The Basket Weaver
1.3
0029: Land'em and the world lies with you, Lose'em and you lie alone
1.3
0031: Salmon under water
1.3
0033: A Klamath Beauty
1.3
0034: Indian Grace and Beauty
1.3
0038: Elk near Orick Redwood Highway
1.3
0043: Fair
1.3
0044: The Oregon Bear
1.3
0047: Fair
1.3
0048: Fair

Series 4:  Oregon Caves, circa 1920s-1930sReturn to Top

Series 4 consists of 85 postcards depicting the Oregon Caves, including pictures inside the caves as well as nearby resorts and cabins. Of special note are postcards with images and names of unique features inside the Oregon Caves. A few of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1.4
0201: Redwood Highway
1.4
0355: Petrified Forest Oregon Caves
1923
1.4
0203a: Entertainers at the Oregon Caves
1.4
0203b: Mountain Tops Oregon Caves Highway
1.4
0204a: From Oregon Caves Highway
1.4
0204b: Chateau at The Oregon Caves
1.4
0205: Hairpin Curve Oregon Caves Highway
1.4
0206a: Entrance to Oregon Caves
1.4
0206b: On the Redwood Highway
1.4
0207a: One-eyed Gatawampus, Oregon Caves
1.4
0207b: Chateau at the Oregon Caves
1.4
0207c: Gov. Olcott's Redwood
1.4
0208: Chateau at the Oregon Caves
1.4
0210: Mountains of timber from the Oregon Caves Highway
1.4
0211: Where the Timber Grows, Oregon Caves Highway
1.4
0212: Oregon Caves Resort
1.4
0213: Oregon Caves Resort
1.4
0214: Jaws of Death, Oregon Caves
1.4
0215a: Entrance to Oregon Caves
1.4
0215b: Entrance to Oregon Caves
1.4
0216a: Stairway to Paradise Lost, Oregon Caves
1.4
0216b: Petrified Gardens, Oregon Caves
1.4
0217: The Devil's Cradle
1.4
0218a: Coral Gardens
1.4
0218b: Roots of a Douglas Fir in the Oregon Caves
1.4
0219: The White House
1.5
0220a: Where Elijah Davidson killed the Bear
1.5
0221a: Niagra Falls
1.5
0223a: Fat Lady's Squeeze
1.5
0224a: Birds of Paradise and Dante's Inferno
1.5
0225a: Chief "Rain in the Face" in the Wigwaum
1.5
0226a: Petrified Forest
1.5
0227a: Entrance to Garden of the Gods
1.5
0228a: Hornet's Nest
1.5
0228b: The Bee Hive
1.5
0229a: Banana Grove
1.5
0230a: Zane Grey's Pine Cone
1.5
0230b: Cathedral Arch
1.5
0231a: Banana Grove
1.5
0231b: Joaquin Miller's Chapel
1.5
0232a: Petrified Gardens
1.5
0232b: Coral Gardens
1.5
0233a: Queen's Chamber
1.5
0233b: Paradise Lost
1.5
0234a: King's Palace
1.5
0235a: 80,000 year old Mammoth Column
1.5
0235b: Queen's Chamber
1.5
0236a: Steel Stairway
1.5
0237a: Cathedral Arch
1.5
0237c: Wishing Post
1.5
0238a: Joaquin Miller's Chapel
1.5
0238b: Ghost Chamber
1.5
0239a: Neptune's Daughter
1.5
0240a: The Wigwaum
1.5
0240b: Niagra Falls
1.5
0241a: Mammoth Column
1.5
0241b: Washington Monument
1.5
0242a: Cottages at Oregon Caves Resort
1.5
0243a: Lake Creek Falls
1.5
0245a: Bridal Chamber
1.5
0245b: Joaquin Miller's Chapel
1.5
0246a: Sunset from Oregon Caves
1.5
0248a: Largest Known Douglas Fir, Diameter, 14 ft
1.5
0251a: Prison Bars
1.5
0251b: Mountain Tops
1.5
0252a: How Stalactites are made
1.5
0253a: Paradise Lost
1.5
0253b: Chalet
1.5
0254a: Bonfire
1.5
0255a: Johnny Kincaid, a favorite guide
1.5
0256a: Faun
1.5
0255b: A sightseeing seer
1.5
0256b: Ghost Chamber
1.5
0257a: Hieroglyphics of Prehistoric Cavemen
1.5
0258a: The Jaw Bone
1.5
0259a: The Butterfly
1.5
0260a: The Twin Sisters
1.5
0263a: Hobo's Alley
1.5
0263b: Rhododendrons
1.5
0264a: Exit Tunnel
1.5
0265a: Exit from the Oregon Caves
1.5
0267a: Mirror Lake
1.5
0268a: How Stalactites are made
1.5
0269a: Ghost Chamber
1.5
0270a: Washington Monument

Series 5:  Crater Lake National Park, circa 1920s-1930sReturn to Top

Series 5 consists of 99 postcards depicting Crater Lake National Park and nearby scenery. Of special note are postcards of visitors to the park feeding black bears. Several postcards have descriptions written by a visitor to the park. Several of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1.6
0300a: Phantom Ship
1.6
0300b: Crater Lake
1.6
0301: Crater Lake
1.6
0302a: Sunset on Crater Lake
1.6
0302b: Crater Lake
1.6
0303: Llao Rock
1.6
0304: Garden of the Gods
1.6
0305: Wizard Island
1.6
0306a: Crater Lake
1.6
0306b: Crater Lake
1.6
0307: Llao Cliff
1.6
0310: When Phantom Ship Sails out of the Shadows
1.6
0311: Crater Lake
1.6
0313: Crater Lake from Garfield Peak
1.6
0314: Sunrise on Crater Lake
1.6
0315: Wizard Island
1.6
0316a: Phantom Ship
1.6
0316b: Crater lake
1.6
0317: Crater Lake
1.6
0318: Crater Lake
1.6
0319: Phantom Ship
1.6
0320: Phantom Ship from Kerr Knotch
1.6
0321: Crater Lake
1.6
0322: Scott's Peak from Garfield Peak
1.6
0323a: Wizard's Island
1.6
0323b: Crater Lake
1.6
0324a: Crater Lake
1.6
0324b: Medford Gateway to Crater Lake, Beauty Incomparable
1.6
0324c: Crater Lake
1.6
0326: Crater Lake Lodge
1.6
0327: Crater Lake Lodge
1.6
0328a: Diamond Lake from Crater Lake Rim Road
1.6
0328b: Crater Lake
1.6
0329: On the Rim Road
1.6
0331a: Crater Lake National Park
1.6
0331b: On Rim Road
1.6
0332: On Rim Road
1.6
0335a: Trail to Landing
1.6
0335b: The Three Bears
1.6
0336: Boat Landing
1.6
0337: Pinnacles Crater Lake
1.6
0338: "Fritz" gets his
1.6
0340: Pete & Jeff's Lucky Day
1.6
0341: Preparing for winter
1.6
0342: Jimmie, Pete & Jeff
1.6
0343a: Jeff finds a friend
1.6
0343b: Rogue River
1.6
0344: Crater Lake
1.6
0345: Phantom Ship From Boat
1.6
0347: A Comfy Corner, Crater Lake Lodge
1.6
0348: From Trail to Garfield Peak
1.6
0349: Phantom Ship
1.6
0350: Llao Rock from Boat
1.6
0351: Palisades from Boat
1.6
0352a: Passing Phantom Ship in Motor Boat
1.6
0352b: Rogue River on the Road to Crater Lake
1.6
0353: Plowing Snow on Crater Lake Highway
1.6
0354: Crater Lake
1.6
0355a: From Summit of Garfield Peak
1.6
0355b: Mill Creek Falls on Road to Crater Lake
1.6
0356a: Crater Lake
1.6
0356b: Llao Rock From Top of Wizard Island
1.6
0358a: Summit of Garfield Peak
1.6
0358b: Rogue River Gorge on Road to Crater Lake
1.6
0359: Crater Lake From Perspiration Point
1.6
0360: Crater Lake
1.6
0361: Crater Lake
1.6
0362: Garfield Peak
1.6
0363: Phantom Ship from top of Garfield Peak
1.6
0364: Crater Lake From Scott's Peak
1.6
0365a: Wizard Island
1.6
0365b: Bird's Eye of Crater Lake National Park
1.6
0367: Crater Lake From Scott's Peak
1.6
0368: Klamath Falls Entrance
1.6
0370: Diamond Lake and Crater Lake From Scott's Peak
1.6
0371a: Mt. Thielson From Diamond Lake
1.6
0371b: Crater Lake
1.6
0372: Crater Lake and Lodge
1.6
0374: Crater Lake in Winter
1.6
0375: Dutton Cliff
1.6
0376a: Devils Cradle
1.6
0376b: Pinnacles
1.6
0377: Choral Gardens
1.6
0378: The White House
1.6
0379a: Crater Lake
1.6
0379b: The Queen Pipe Organ in the Queen's Chamber
1.6
0380: Niagra Falls
1.6
0381a: Atlantic Ocean
1.6
0381b: Winter at Crater Lake
1.6
0382: The Flower Vace in the Miniature Garden of the Gods
1.6
0383: The Bird of Paradise over Dante's Inferno
1.6
0384: Chief "Rain in the Face" in the Wigwaum
1.6
0386: The Bee Hive
1.6
0387: On the Oregon Caves Highway
1.6
0391: Entrance to Oregon Caves
1.6
0392: The Jaws of Death
1.6
0394: Where Elijah Davidson Killed the Bear
1.6
0395: In the Menagerie
1.6
0397: Bridal Cottage at Oregon Caves Resort

Series 6:  Rogue River and Diamond Lake, circa 1920s-1940sReturn to Top

Series 6 consists of 76 postcards depicting the Rogue River and Diamond Lake. Of special note are postcards of chained bears as well as images of waterfalls and rapids on the Rogue River. Some of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1.7
0400: Rogue River, Crater Lake Highway
1.7
0401: Giant Pine, Crater Lake Highway
1.7
0405a: Casting in the Rogue River
1.7
0405b: Silverside from the Rogue River
1.7
0407: Rogue River Below Hell Gate
1.7
0408: Rogue River From Crater Lake Highway
1.7
0410: Rogue River From Bridge At Prospects
1.7
0411: Farewell Bend, Rogue River
1.7
0412a: Rogue River Below Hell Gate
1.7
0412b: Rogue River on the road to Crater Lake
1.7
0413: Rogue River Gorge
1.7
0414: Rogue River at Natural Bridge
1.7
0416: Mill Creek Falls
1949
1.7
0417: The Rogue River
1.7
0419: Union Peak, Crater Lake Highway
1.7
0420: Rogue River Below Hell gate
1.7
0421: Rogue River Between Grants Pass and Gold Beach, Oregon
1.7
0422: Rogue River at Grants Pass
1.7
0423: Rogue River Valley from Table Rock
1.7
0424: Rogue River From the Medford-Diamond Lake Highway
1.7
0425: Pear Blossoms, Rogue River Valley
1.7
0426: Table Rock
1.7
0427: Rogue River & Pacific Highway
1.7
0429: A 7# Trout in the Rogue River
1.7
0430: Pear Blossoms, Rogue River Valley
1.7
0431a: Rogue River from the Medford-Diamond Lake Highway
1.7
0431b: Rogue River, Table Rock & Mt. Pitt
1.7
0432a: Rogue River Valley from Table Rock
1.7
0432b: Gold Ray, Table Rock & Mt. Pitt
1.7
0434: Rogue River
1.7
0435: Rogue River Near Union Creek
1.7
0436: Crater Lake Highway
1.7
0439: Bar Creek Falls near Prospect
1.7
0440: Below the Prospect Bridge
1.7
0441: Prospect Bridge on Crater Lake Highway
1.7
0442: Mill Creek Falls Near Prospect, Oregon
1.7
0444: "Jerry" at Casey's Camp
1.7
0445: Rainbow Trout Headed Upstream
1.7
0448: Rogue River Steelhead
1.7
0449: Table Rock, Rogue River Valley
1.7
0450: Diamond Lake
1.7
0451: Mt. Thielsen from Diamond Lake
1.7
0452: Mt. Bailey from Diamond Lake
1.7
0453: Mt. Thielsen from Diamond Lake
1.7
0455: From Diamond Lake Lodge
1.7
0456: Diamond Lake & Mt. Bailey
1.7
0457: Diamond Lake Lodge
1.7
0458: Crater Lake Rim from Diamond Lake
1.7
0460: Diamond Lake Resort
1.7
0461: The Spirit of Diamond Lake
1.7
0462: From Diamond Lake in Winter
1.7
0463: Summit of Mt. Thielsen
1.7
0464: Cottages at Diamond Lake in Winter
1.7
0466: Diamond Lake from Summit of Thielsen
1.7
0467: Lake Creek, Outlet of Diamond Lake
1.7
0469: Diamond Lake from South Shore
1.7
0468: Forest Road Near Diamond Lake
1.7
0470: Miss Diamond Lake
1.7
0472: A Native of Diamond Lake
1.7
0473: Clearwater Falls near Diamond Lake
1.7
0474: "Land'em and the world lies with you, Loose'em and you lie alone"
1.7
0475: Diamond Lake Lodge
1.7
0476: Rhododendrons
1.7
0477a: The New Medford-Diamond Lake Highway
1.7
0477b: An early morning start. Diamond Lake.
1.7
0478: At Diamond Lake Resort
1.7
0479: At Diamond Lake
1.7
0480: Rainbow Trout, Diamond Lake
1.7
0481: The New Medford-Diamond Lake Highway. One of the most beautiful drives in the West.
1.7
0485: Diamond Lake Highway
1.7
0486: Diamond Lake
1.7
0487: Sunset at Diamond Lake
1.7
0488: Mt. Thielsen, Diamond Lake
1.7
0489: Diamond Lake
1.7
0493: Diamond Lake, Oregon
1.7
0494: Sunset on Diamond Lake

Series 7:  Pacific Highway, circa 1920s-1930sReturn to Top

Series 7 consists of 117 postcards depicting sights of Pacific Highway. Of special note are images of Mt. Shasta and waterfalls, and postcards with written descriptions of the author’s trips along the highway. A dozen or so of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
2.1
0500: Mt. Pitt from Pacific Highway
2.1
0501: Pacific Highway on the Siskiyou Mountains
2.1
0502: Pacific Highway, Siskiyou Mountains
2.1
0503: Umpqua River Pacific Higway
2.1
0504: Umpqua River, Roseburg, Oregon
2.1
0505: Umpqua River & Pacific Highway
2.1
0506: Canyon Creek Bridge, Pacific Highway, Oregon
2.1
0508: Pacific Highway over the Umpqua River
2.1
0509: Pacific Highway at Myrtle Creek, Oregon
2.1
0511a: Summit Siskiyou Mountains
2.1
0511b: Highest Point on the Pacific Highway, 4516 ft., Siskiyou Mountains
2.1
0512a: Sacramento Canyon, Where the great Shasta Dam is to be built. Showing the site of the nort Abutment.
2.1
0512b: Loop the loop, Siskiyou Mountains
2.1
0512c: Loop in the Pacific Highway, Siskiyou Mountains
2.1
0513: North and South excavations at the Shasta Dam
2.1
0514: "Loop the Loop," Pacific Highway, Siskiyou Mountains
2.1
0516: Jackson County, Oregon State Line
2.1
0517: On the Pacific Highway
1931
2.1
0518a: The Steel Bridge, Highest on the Pacific Highway, 252 ft. high
2.1
0518b: Pacific Highway on Klamath River
2.1
0519a: Klamath River from Pacific Highway
2.1
0519b: Pacific Highway on Klamath River
1932
2.1
0520: Castle Crags
2.1
0521: Pacific Highway on the Siskiyou Mountains
2.1
0522: Pacific Highway over Sacramento River at Dunsmuir
2.1
0523: Black Butte
2.1
0524: Castle Crags from Sacramento River
2.1
0525a: Horse Shoe Curve, Siskiyou Mountains
2.1
0525b: Pacific Highway on the Siskiyous
2.1
0526: Klamath River
2.1
0530a: Savage Rapids Dam
2.1
0530b: Savage Rapids
2.1
0531: Rogue River
2.1
0532: Pacific Highway on Sexton Mountain near Grant's Pass
2.1
0533: Pacific Highway, Sexton Mountain near Grant's Pass
2.1
0534: Pacific Highway crosses the Rogue River at Grant's Pass
2.1
0535a: Pacific Highway in the Siskiyou Mountains
2.1
0535b: In the Siskiyou Mountains
2.1
0538: North Umpqua River
2.1
0539: Pacific Highway on Canyon Creek
2.1
0541: Pit River
2.1
0542: Figure eight
2.1
0544: Rhododendrons
2.1
0546a: Sunset on the Umpqua
2.1
0546b: Burney Falls. McArthur Memorial State Park
2.1
0548: Canyon Creek
2.1
0549: Mt. Shasta
2.1
0550: Mt. Shasta in August
2.1
0551: Crystal Falls, Shasta Springs
2.2
0552: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0553a: Mt. Shasta from Pacific Highway
2.2
0553b: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0554: Mt. Shasta in a thunder-cloud
2.2
0555: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0556: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0557: Mt. Shasta from Dunsmuir, Cal.
2.2
0558a: Mt. Shasta from Sacramento Canyon
2.2
0558b: Mt. Shasta from Sacramento River
2.2
0559: Mt. Shasta from Pacific Highway
2.2
0560: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0561: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0562: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0563: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0564: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0565: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0566: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0567a: Mt. Shasta and Dogwood
2.2
0567b: Charlie Creek Bridge
2.2
0568: McCloud River
2.2
0569: Pitt River Bridge
2.2
0571: Sacramento Canyon
2.2
0572: Sacramento River
2.2
0574: Pit River
2.2
0575: Mt. Shasta from Sacramento Canyon
2.2
0576: Shasta River
2.2
0567c: Yreka, Californa
2.2
0577: Umpqua River
2.2
0578: Umpqua River
1932
2.2
0579a: Shasta Daisies
2.2
0579b: Sexton Mountain
2.2
0580: Canyon Creek Canyon
2.2
0582: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0583: On the Willamette River
2.2
0585: Sacramento River
2.2
0587: Mossbrae Falls
2.2
0590: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0591a: On the North Side of Mt. Shasta
2.2
0591b: Steel Bridge
2.2
0592: Mt. Shasta from North
2.2
0593: Mt. Shasta
2.2
0594: Pacific Highway on Sacramento River
2.2
0595: Pacific Highway on Pit River
2.2
0596: A Covered Bridge in Oregon
2.2
0601: Mt. Pitt from Klamath Lake
2.2
0602a: Klamath Lake, Dallas-California Highway
2.2
0602b: Klamath Lake
2.2
0604: Mt. Pitt & Klamath Lake
2.2
0609: Ashland-Klamath Falls Highway
2.2
0610: Pines on Ashland-Klamath Falls Highway
2.2
0612: Klamath River & Mt. Pitt from Ashland-K.Falls Highway
2.2
0614: Ashland-Klamath Falls Highway
2.2
0615: Mt. Pitt from Klamath Lake
2.2
0616a: Ashland Klamath Falls Highway
1933
2.2
0616b: Highway on Klamath Lake
2.2
0618: Sunset, Lake of Woods, Oregon
2.2
0619: Klamath Lake and Mt. Shasta
2.2
0622: Lake of the Woods
2.2
0627: Klamath Lake
2.2
0629: Medford, Oregon
2.2
0639: Mt. Pitt from Lake of the Woods
2.2
0642: Lake of the Woods Road
2.2
0643: Umpqua River from Pacific Highway
2.2
0644: At Lake of the Woods, Oregon
2.2
0648: Pelican, Klamath Lake, Oregon
2.2
0649: Mt. Mcloughlin from Klamath Lake
2.2
0656: Rogue River at "Sunset on the Rogue"
2.2
0672: In LIthia Park Ashland

Series 8:  Roosevelt Highway and Oregon State Highway, circa 1920s-1930sReturn to Top

Series 8 consists of 105 postcards depicting sights of the Roosevelt Highway and Oregon State Highway along the Oregon coast. Of special note are postcards of famous bridges along the highways and images of the Oregon coastline. A few of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection..

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
2.3
0700: Douglas Fir, Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0701a: Myrtlewood Burhl
2.3
0701b: Ferry on the Oregon Coast Highway, Coos Bay, Oregon
1932
2.3
0702a: Battle Rock, Oregon Coast
2.3
0702b: Port Orford Beach
2.3
0704: Oregon Coast
2.3
0706: Bassendorf Beach
2.3
0707: Mussel Reef
2.3
0708: Mussel Reef
2.3
0709a: Myrtle Trees
2.3
0709b: Myrtle Trees
2.3
0709c: Rogue River Bridge
2.3
0710: Battle Rock
2.3
0711: The Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0712: Log Drive on Coquille River
2.3
0713: Roseburg
2.3
0714: Coos Bay Lighthouse
2.3
0715: Bandon Beach
2.3
0717: On the Roosevelt Highway
2.3
0719: From the Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0720: From the Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0722a: The Umpqua River
2.3
0722b: Myrtle Trees
2.3
0722c: Sunset Beach
2.3
0723: Sunset Beach near Marshfield, Oregon
2.3
0724: A path of Gold from Sunset Beach
2.3
0725a: The Oregon Coast
2.3
0725b: Sunset Beach
2.3
0726: Chetco River
2.3
0727: Eucalyptus
2.3
0728: The Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0729: Roosevelt Highway
2.3
0730: Arch Rock
2.3
0731: Hunter Creek
2.3
0732: Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0733: In Coos County
2.3
0734: Bandon Beach
2.3
0735a: Cape Sebastian State Park
2.3
0735b: Roosevelt Highway
2.3
0736: Cape Sebastian
2.3
0737: Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0738a: Brushes Creek
2.3
0738b: Brushes Creek
2.3
0739a: From the Roosevelt Highway
2.3
0739b: Beachat Port Orford
2.3
0740: Chetco River
1936
2.3
0741: Coos Bay
2.3
0742: Redwoods on the Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0743: Redwoods on the Roosevelt Highway
2.3
0744: Sebastine State Park
2.3
0745: Cape Sebastian
2.3
0746: Humbug Mountain
2.3
0747a: On Bandon Beach
2.3
0747b: Bandon Beach
2.3
0748: Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0749: Bandon Beach
2.3
0750: Bandon Beach
2.3
0751a: Bandon Beach
2.3
0751b: Bandon Beach
2.3
0752: Profile Rock
2.3
0753: Coos Bay
2.3
0754: From the Roosevelt Highway
2.3
0755: The Roaring Surf
2.3
0756: Coos County
2.3
0757: From the Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0759a: The Roosevelt Highway
2.3
0759b: Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0760: Myrtle Trees Coos County
2.3
0761: Rhododendrons
2.3
0762: Rogue River via Gold Beach
2.3
0763: Siuslaw River Bridge
2.3
0764: Roosevelt Highway, Coos County
2.3
0765: Myrtle on the Coos River
2.3
0766: Off Coos Head
2.3
0767: Umpqua River Drain, Reedsport Highway
2.3
0769: Cape Blanco, the farthest point west in the United States
2.3
0770: Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0771: Oregon Redwoods
2.3
0772: East entrance to tunnel on Drain - Reedsport Highway
2.3
0774: Clear Lake
2.3
0773a: Oregon Redwoods
2.3
0773b: Humbug Mountain
2.3
0775: Clear Lake
2.3
0777a: Cannon Beach and Haystack Rock
2.3
0777b: Umpqua River
2.3
0778: Umpqua River
2.3
0780: Sand dunes, Oregon Coast
2.3
0781: From the Oregon Coast Highway
2.3
0782: West entrance of tunnel
2.3
0783: Umpqua River
2.3
0784: Tunnel on the Drain - Reedsport Highway
2.3
0785: Ten Mile Lake
2.3
0786a: Cape Blanco
2.3
0786b: Cape Blanco
2.3
0787: Umpqua River
2.3
0788: Umpqua River near Elkton, Oregon
2.3
0792: The Rogue River
2.3
0794: Oregon Coast Highway near Reedsport
2.3
0793: Oregon Coast Highway on Clear Lake
2.3
0795: Rhododendrons
2.3
0796: Cape Creek Bridge
2.3
0797: Drain - Reedsport Highway on the Umpqua River
2.3
0798: Winchester Bay
1932
2.3
0799a: Azaleas in bloom
2.3
0799b: Chinook Salmon

Series 9:  Redwood Highway, circa 1920s-1940sReturn to Top

Series 9 consists of 231 postcards depicting sights of Redwood Highway. Of special note are postcards of parks and nature preserves dedicated to redwoods, as well as famous redwood trees. Many of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
2.4
0800a: The Big Tree, Mill Creek
2.4
0801a: A Cross Cut in Prairie Creek State Park
2.4
0801b: Redwoods, Northern California
2.4
0802a: A Del Norte Redwood
2.4
0802b: Basket Star Fish at the Aquarium, Crescent City
2.4
0803: On Redwood Highway
2.4
0805a: On the Redwood Highway
2.4
0805b: On the famous Mill Creek Drive
2.4
0806: Hiouchi State Park
2.4
0807a: Eel River
2.4
0807b: Mill Creek Grove
2.4
0809: Redwood Highway
2.4
0810: Redwood Highway
2.4
0811: At Giant Redwood Park
2.4
0812: "Cathedral Aisles," Giant Redwood Park
2.4
0813: Crescent Beach
2.4
0814a: 200 ft to the first limb
2.4
0814b: On Endert's Beach
2.4
0815a: On the Redwood Highway
2.4
0815b: On the new Klamath - Crescent City section of the Rewood Highway
2.4
0816: Cleft Rock
2.4
0817a: Humboldt State Redwood Park
2.4
0817b: Pebble Beach, Crescent City
2.4
0818: Redwood Highway, Giant Redwood Park
2.4
0819: A Fallen Monarch
2.4
0820a: Sand and the Sea
2.4
0820b: Dyerville Bridge
2.4
0821: "the Elk Tree," Prairie Creek State Park
2.4
0822a: Pebble Beach, Crescent City
2.4
0822b: The Redwood Highway
2.4
0824a: Redwood Highway
2.4
0824b: Elk
2.4
0824c: The Redwood Highway
1936
2.4
0825a: Smith River betwenn Grants Pass and Crescent City
2.4
0825b: Redwood Highway on Smiths River between Grants Pass and Crescent City
2.4
0826: Klamath River
2.4
0827a: Native Daughters of the Golden West Grove
2.4
0827b: South end of Enderts Beach
2.4
0828: On the Redwood Highway
2.4
0829: The Redwood Highway
2.4
0830a: Smith River between Grants Pass and Crescent City
2.4
0830b: Redwood Highway on Smith River between Grants Pass and Crescent City
2.4
0831: From the Redwood Highway
2.4
0832: Freshwater Lagoon from Redwood Highway
2.4
0833a: Where the light plays on the sand, Enderts Beach
2.4
0833b: The Redwoods
2.4
0834: Smith River, Redwood Highway
2.4
0835: Coast Line from the Redwood Highway
2.4
0836: Del Norte County, California
2.4
0837: In Humboldt Redwood Park
2.4
0838a: The Twin Tree Bridge, Eel River
2.4
0838b: Humboldt County
2.4
0839: Eel River
2.4
0840a: Grant Tree, Bull Creek
2.4
0840b: The Bull Creek Big Tree
2.4
0841: In Bull Creek
2.5
0842: "Save the Redwoods"
1947
2.5
0843: Eel River
2.5
0844a: "The Chandelier Tree," Underwood Park
2.5
0844b: Timber on Eel River
2.5
0845: Redwood Highway near Dyerville, California
2.5
0846: Redwood Highway on Eel River
2.5
0847: The Redwood Highway
2.5
0848: Eel River
2.5
0849a: Col. Boiling Grove, Humboldt Redwood Park
2.5
0849b: Klamath Indian Girl in dress costume
2.5
0850: Franklin K. Lane Memorial Grove
2.5
0851a: From the Redwood Highway
2.5
0851b: "Chandelier Tree," Underwood Park
2.5
0852: Squaw Rock at the mouth of the Klamath River
2.5
0853: Ferns, Oxalis and Redwoods
2.5
0854: Douglas Memorial Bridge
2.5
0855: Douglas Memorial Bridge
2.5
0856a: Redwood Highway
2.5
0856b: On the Redwood Highway
2.5
0857: A Redwood Flower Garden
2.5
0858: Giant Redwood
2.5
0859: On Redwood Highway
2.5
0860: Switch-back on the Redwood Highway between Grants Pass and Crescent City
2.5
0861: The Redwood Highway
2.5
0862: Pacific Coast from Redwood Highway
2.5
0863: Redwood Highway, Bumbolt County, California
2.5
0864: Redwood Highway
2.5
0865a: Clam Beach
2.5
0865b: Bull Creek Tree
2.5
0866a: The Redwood Highway
2.5
0866b: On the Redwood Highway
2.5
08967a: "The Stump House," Eureka, California
2.5
0867b: Redwood Highway South of Garberville
2.5
0868: On the "Big Lagoon"
2.5
0869a: On the Mill Creek Drive
2.5
0869b: Van Duzen River
2.5
0870: From the Redwood Highway
2.5
0871a: At Richardson Grove State Park
2.5
0871b: Redwood Highway between Grants Pass and Crescent City
2.5
0872: Redwood Highway between Crescent City and Grants Pass
2.5
0873: Eel River from Redwood Highway near Garberville
2.5
0874: From the Redwood Highway
2.5
0875: On the Redwood Highway
2.5
0876: Moonlight on the Redwood Highway
2.5
0877: California Redwoods
2.5
0878a: "Chandelier Tree," Underwood Park
2.5
0878b: A Flowering Carpet, Andrew Jackson Grove
2.5
0879: Cedar Creek Bridge
2.5
0880: Redwood Highway
2.5
0881: Russ Memorial Grove
2.5
0882: The Redwood Highway
2.5
0883: The Mill Creek Drive
2.5
0884a: The "Octopus Tree"
2.5
0884b: The Fallen Giant
2.5
0885: The most crowded acre in the world
2.5
0886: "Fraternal Monarch," Lilley Redwood Park
2.5
0887a: One of the thousands at Giant Redwood Park
2.5
0887b: Evening high in the canyon near Cummings
2.5
0888: Tallest trees in the world, Giant Redwood Park
3.1
0889a: Trillium. One of the many varieties of wild flowers on the Redwood Highway.
3.1
0889b: The Fallen Giant, Giant Redwood Park
3.1
0890: "General Custer," Big Tree Park
3.1
0891a: Maples & Fern, Big Tree Park
3.1
0891b: In Founders State park
3.1
0892: On the Redwood Highway
3.1
0893: Redwood Highway over the Big Lagoon
3.1
0894: "More durable than stone"
3.1
0895: "Quadruped Tree"
3.1
0896: Redwood Highway
3.1
0897: The Rewood Burhl of which novelties are made
3.1
0898: "General Pershing Tree," Big Tree Park
3.1
0900: Redwood Highway, Oregon-California Line
3.1
0901: Hazel View
3.1
0902: On The Del Norte Loop
3.1
0903: Redwood Highway
3.1
0904: From the Redwood Highway
3.1
0905a: Nature Trail through the Redwoods
3.1
0905b: A Bunch of Big Ones
3.1
0906: Del Norte Azalea
3.1
0907: Eel River
3.1
0908: In Hiouchi State Park
3.1
0910: Redwood Highway
3.1
0912: Eel River
3.1
0913: The "Never-Dying"
3.1
0914: Redwood Highway
3.1
0915a: Near Lanes Redwood Flat
3.1
0915b: Redwood Slab, Richardson Grove, 2100 years old
3.1
0915c: Redwood Highway
3.1
0916a: Klamath River
3.1
0916b: Falling a Redwood Tree, 20 ft in diameter, Redwood Highway, Near Weott, California
3.1
0917: Clam Beach
3.1
0918: Humbolt State Redwood Park
3.1
0920a: Douglas Memorial Bridge, Klamath River
3.1
0920b: Smith River at Gasquet
3.1
0921: Applegate River
3.1
0922: Ferns, Oxalis, and Redwood
3.1
0923a: Redwood Highway
3.1
0923b: World Famous Tree House
3.1
0924: Ferns & Oxalis
3.1
0925: Mill Creek Redwoods
3.1
0926: The Big Lagoon and Redwood Highway
3.1
0927: The Redwood Highway
3.1
0928: The Redwood Highway
3.1
0929: Redwood Highway
3.1
0930: Green Cross Tree, Lane's Redwood Flat
3.1
0931: "Wings of the Morning"
3.1
0932: Sunbeams and Redwoods
3.1
0933: Richardson Grove State Park
3.1
0934: Redwood Burl & Dogwood
3.1
0935a: On the Redwood Highway
3.1
0935b: Hiouchi Tree
3.1
0935c: On the Redwood Highway
3.1
0936: On the Redwood Highway
3.1
0937: Smith River Junction
3.1
0938: Smith River from the Steel Bridge
3.1
0939a: Redwood Highway
3.1
0939b: Golden Gate Bridge
3.1
0940: The Bay Bridge to Oakland
3.1
0942: Redwood Highway on Smith River
3.1
0943: Eel River
3.2
0944: Redwood Highway on Eel River
3.2
0945: On the Redwood Highway
3.2
0946: "Flat Iron Tree," Bull Creek Flat
3.2
0947: In Bull Creek Grove
3.2
0948: In Bull Creek Grove
3.2
0949: "Passing of the Ages," Bull Creek Flat
3.2
0950: Redwood Burhl, Bull Creek Flat
3.2
0951: Bull Creek Flat
3.2
0952: Bull Creek Flat
3.2
0953a: Redwood Burhl
3.2
0953b: The Founders Tree
3.2
0954a: The Bay Bridge between Oakland & San Francisco
3.2
0954b: Oxalis Bull Creek Flat
3.2
0955: "Flatiron Tree," Bull Creek Grove
3.2
0956: Good Meals at Hartcooks
3.2
0957: Reincarnation of the Redwood Hartsook
3.2
0959: 10 lbs of Steel Head, Klamath River
3.2
0960: Steel Head Fly Fishing
3.2
0961: Crescent Beach
3.2
0962a: Redwood Log on the way to the mill, Near Scotia, California
3.2
0962b: Hiouchi Bridge, Smith River
3.2
0964: A crosscut at Richardson Grove
3.2
0965: Klamath River
3.2
0967: Portals of California's Greatest Play Ground
3.2
0973: Redwood Highway
3.2
0975: The Redwood Highway
3.2
0976: At Benbow on the Redwood Highway
3.2
0977: Redwood Highway
3.2
0978: Klamath River
3.2
0943: Bull Creek Grove
3.2
0979: Viaduct
3.2
0981: At Benbow
3.2
0982: Azaleas
3.2
0983: Redwood Highway
3.2
0984: Boy Scout Tree near Crescent City
3.2
0985: The Boy Scouts Tree Near Crescent City
3.2
0986: Del Norte Redwoods
3.2
0987: Section of Redwood
3.2
0988: Bolling Grove
3.2
0989: To the Famous Bull Creek Grove
3.2
0990a: Fishing Boats at the mouth of the Klamath River
3.2
0990b: In Prairie Creek State Park
3.2
0991a: Ocean Life, The Aquarium, Crescent City
1946
3.2
0991b: The mouth of the Klamath River
3.2
0992: Redwood Highway
3.2
0993: At Richardson Grove State Park
3.2
0994: Falls at Lane's Redwood Flat
3.2
0995: Sunbeams & Redwood
3.2
0996: Adelkerte Redwood
3.2
0997: Drive through "Redwood Shrine" Tree
3.2
0999: Golden Gate Bridge
3.2
0968: One of Thousands on the Redwood Highway
3.2
0969: Where the Redwood Highway touches the beach
3.2
0971: Sunbeams and Redwoods near Crescent City
3.2
0972: Redwood Highway

Series 10:  Clear Lake, California, circa 1920s-1930sReturn to Top

Series 10 consists of 48 postcards depicting Clear Lake, California and the nearby region. Of special note are postcards of petrified logs as well as active geysers. A few of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3.3
1002: Clear Lake Boulevard
3.3
1003: Clear Lake Boulevard
3.3
1009: Blue Lakes, California
3.3
1010: Blue Lakes
3.3
1014: Ukiah-Tahoe Highway on Clear Lake
3.3
1020: Clear Lake
3.3
1029: "Daddy Long Legs Tree" Clear Lake Highlands
3.3
1030: Horse-shoe bend on Mt. St. Helena
3.3
1034: "The Monarch"
3.3
1035: Petrified Forest
3.3
1037: "Queen of the Forest"
3.3
1040: Fort Ross
3.3
1043: Scene at the Big Geysers, Sonoma County
3.3
1050: Sunset on Clear Lake
3.3
1051: Silverado Beach
3.3
1052: Oak Cove & Mt. Knock
3.3
1056: Exhaust from Steam Well at the Steam Geysers
3.3
1057: Steam Well Geyser
3.3
1058: The only steam engine in America run by natural steam at the geysers
3.3
1062: At the mouth of the Russian River
3.3
1063: In Armstrong Grove, Russian River
3.3
1064: Russian River
3.3
1073: Historic Blue Wing Hotel, Sonoma, California
3.3
1080: Clear Lake from Binocular Point
3.3
1082: Russian River Healdsburg
3.3
1085: Loop the Loop, Redwood Highway near Cloverdale
3.3
1086: Big Valley from Mt. Konocti
3.3
1087: Clear Lake
3.3
1088: Russian River, Healdsburg
3.3
1091: Lakeshore Boulevard
3.3
1098: Sunset over Mt. Knocti
3.3
1099: Blue Lakes
3.3
1100: Baptist Church in Santa Rosa, Built of one Redwood Log
3.3
1101: Blue Lakes
3.3
1102: Coast
3.3
1103: South end of Clear Lake from Mt. Konocti
3.3
1104: North End of Clear Lake of Mt. Konocti
3.3
1105: Monitor Island and Mt. Knocti
3.3
1106: Oak Cove
3.3
1108: Pirate's Cove
3.3
1109: Oak Cove
3.3
1110: Lily Cove & Monitor Island
3.3
1114: California Grape Vineyards
3.3
1117: Sonoma Coast
3.3
1119: Mt. Knocti
3.3
1120: Clear Lake
3.3
1121: Steam Geysers
3.3
1124: Steam Geysers

Series 11:  Mount Lassen, circa 1920s-1940sReturn to Top

Series 11 consists of 16 postcards depicting sights of Mt. Lassen. Of special note are postcards of boiling lake and nearby mud pots. A couple of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3.4
1203: Mt. Lassen
3.4
1204: Mt. Lassen from Helen Lake
3.4
1206: Mud Poridge Pots, Lassen National Park
3.4
1207: Boiling Lake
3.4
1210: Mud Pot & Boiling Lake, Lassen National Park
3.4
1211: In the Devil's Kitchen, Lassen National Park
3.4
1212: Boiling Lake, Lassen National Park
3.4
1216: Crater of Lassen
3.4
1217: Summit of Mt. Lassen, Mt. Shasta in distance
3.4
1218: Lava Flow on Mt. Lassen
3.4
1220: Boiling Lake and Mt. Lassen
3.4
1221: Mt. Shasta from the summit of Mt. Lassen
3.4
1222: Mt. Lassen, the only active volcano in the United States
3.4
1223: Mt. Lassen, the only active volcano in the United States
3.4
1224: Chaos Crags, Lassen National Park
3.4
1231: Mount Lassen from Manzanita Lake

Series 12:  Pacific Highway, circa 1920s-1940sReturn to Top

Series 12 consists of 20 postcards depicting sites of Pacific Highway. Of special note is a postcard showing the construction of the Shasta Dam. A few of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs idigital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3.5
1500: Mt. Shasta
3.5
1502: Steel Bridge
3.5
1503: The Double S. Curve
3.5
1506: Canyon Pass
3.5
1507: Castle Crags
3.5
1509: Moss Brae Falls, Shasta Springs
3.5
1510: Mists on Mt. Shasta
3.5
1511: Pacific Highway on the Siskiyous
3.5
1512: Base of the Shasta Dam
3.5
1513: The Steel Bridge
3.5
1515: The Great Shasta River Bridge
3.5
1518: Klamath Bridge
3.5
1520: Black Butte
3.5
1521: Shasta Springs
3.5
1522: Grave Creek Bridge
3.5
1525: Chinook Salmon, Rogue River, Oregon
3.5
1526: Moonlight on the Pacific Highway in Southern Oregon
3.5
1530: Shasta Dam Site on Sacramento River
3.5
1532: Rogue River at Grant's Pass
3.5
1534: Shasta River

Series 13:  Oregon Coast Highway, circa 1920s-1940sReturn to Top

Series 13 consists of 82 postcards depicting the Oregon Coast Highway, the Oregon Coast, and nearby sites. Of special note are a set of postcards showing the architecture of the Rogue River Bridge near Gold Beach. Many of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3.6
1700: Looking South from Cape San Sebastine Park
3.6
1701: Bassendorf Beach, Coos Bay, Oregon
3.6
1702: Sunset at Bandon Beach
3.6
1703: Azalea
3.6
1704: Rogue River Bridge, Gold Beach
3.6
1705: Rogue River Bridge
3.6
1706: Rogue River Bridge
3.6
1707: Rogue River Bridge
3.6
1708: Portals of the Rogue River Bridge
3.6
1709: Rogue River Bridge
3.6
1712: "The Hole in the Wall," Bandon Beach
3.6
1714: Spruce Timber
3.6
1716: Jaw Bone of Whale
3.6
1717: Loon Lake near the Drain Reedsport Highway
3.6
1718: Water Lilies on Whokink Lake
3.6
1719: Cape Blanco Lighthouse
3.6
1720: Rhododendron
3.6
1721: One of the hundred beautiful lakes on the Oregon Coast
3.6
1722: Heceta Beach
3.6
1723a: Bandon Beach
3.6
1723b: Cape Perpetua
3.6
1724: Cape Perpetua
3.6
1725: Oregon Coast Highway from Cape Perpetua
3.6
1727: From Oregon Coast Highway
3.6
1728: Cape Creek Bridge
3.6
1729: Heceta Head
3.6
1730: Tunnel at Heceta Head
3.6
1731: Sea Lion Point
3.6
1732: Cape Perpetua
3.6
1733: On the Oregon Coast Highway
3.6
1735: Brushes Creek
3.6
1736: From Oregon Coast Highway
3.6
1737: Heceta Head
3.6
1738: The Beauty of Sand
3.6
1740: Myrtle trees
3.6
1741: Umpqua River, Drain-Reedsport Highway
3.6
1742: Umpqua Reflections
3.6
1743: Mouth of the Rogue River
3.6
1744: Rogue River, Gold Beach
3.6
1745: Sea Lion Caves
1939
3.6
1747: On Cape Perpetua
3.6
1748: Myrtle Wood
3.6
1749: Looking north from Cape San Sebastine Park
3.6
1751: South from Otter Crest
3.6
1752: North from Otter Crest
3.6
1753: Otter Crest
3.6
1754: McCulloch Bridge, Coos Bay
3.6
1755: Sand Dunes
3.6
1756: Coos Bay Bridge
3.6
1762: Coos Bay Bridge
3.6
1764: Umpqua Bridge
1937
3.6
1765: Florence Bridge
3.6
1766: Cathedral Arches, Suislaw Bridge
3.6
1767: Siuslaw Bridge
3.6
1768: Siuslaw Bridge
3.6
1769: Alsea Bridge
3.6
1770: Waldport Bridge
3.6
1771: Steel Span on the Coos Bay Bridge
3.6
1772: Yaquina Bridge
3.6
1773: View from the Oregon Coast Highway
3.6
1774: Floor of the Coos Bay Bridge
3.6
1775: Seal Rocks
3.6
1776: Heceta head
3.6
1777: From Oregon Coast Highway
3.6
1778: Largest known Myrtle Tree in the world, Coos Co, Oregon
3.6
1779: Oregon Coast Highway
3.6
1780: Approach to the Umpqua Bridge from Gardiner
3.6
1781: 2,000,000 ft of logs on the Coquille River
3.6
1782: Umpqua Bridge
1940
3.6
1783: Umpqua River Bridge
3.6
1784: Sunset on the Oregon Coast
3.6
1786: Scenic Drive
3.6
1787: Log Rafts on the Coquille River
3.6
1789: Yaquina Bay Bridge at Newport
3.6
1790: Surf Fishing, Oregon Coast
3.6
1791: 6,000,000 feet, Port Orford Cedar Logs, Southern Oregon
3.6
1792: Beach at Port Orford
3.6
1793: Oregon Coast
3.6
1795: Silver Falls, Coos River
3.6
1796: Gold Falls, Coos River
3.6
1797: Winchester Bay
3.6
1799: Azaleas in Bloom

Series 14:  Redwood Highway, circa 1920s-1940sReturn to Top

Series 14 consists of 81 postcards depicting sights of the Redwood Highway. Of special note are postcards showing fishing on the Klamath River, as well as the unique architecture of Redwood Highway buildings. A couple of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3.7
1800: Redwood Highway Inspection Station
3.7
1801: Redwood Highway
3.7
1802a: "California Here I Come"
3.7
1802b: Bull Creek Flat
3.7
1804: Mouth of the Klamath
3.7
1805: Redwood Highway
3.7
1807: Mill Creek State Park
3.7
1809: "Avenue of the Giants, Save the Redwoods"
3.7
1808a: Klamath River
3.7
1809b: Klamath River
3.7
1810a4: Mouth of the Klamath
1931
3.7
1810b: "Avenue of the Giants, Save the Redwoods"
3.7
1811: At the Mouth of the Klamath River
1940
3.7
1813: Redwood Highway
3.7
1814: Trinidad Head from the Redwood Highway
3.7
1815: The New Dyerville Bridge
3.7
1816: Tallest Known Tree, 364 ft high
3.7
1817a: Redwood Highway
3.7
1817b: The Founders' Tree
3.7
1818: Redwood Highway
3.7
1819: Garden Club of America Grove
3.7
1820: Eel River
3.7
1821a: Redwood Highway
3.7
1821b: "Avenue of the Giants, Save the Redwoods"
3.7
1822: Redwood Highway
3.7
1823: Flowers of Foam
3.7
1824: The Klamath Salmon and California Bear
3.7
1825: Dan Creek Bridge
3.7
1826: Tallest one-room house in the world
3.7
1827: Richardson Grove State Park
3.7
1828a: The Redwood Highway
3.7
1828b: "Avenue of the Giants - Save the Redwoods"
3.7
1829: Redwood Highway
3.7
1830: Eel River
3.7
1831: Patricks Point State Park
3.7
1832: Patrick's Point State Park
3.7
1833: Trees of Mystery
3.7
1837: "Cork Screw Tree," Prarie Creek State Park
3.7
1838: Growth of a "Flat Iron Tree"
3.7
1846a: The "Siamese Twin Tree," Bull Creek Grove
3.7
1842: On the Redwood Highway
3.7
1843: The Mill Creek "Big Tree"
3.7
1844: Redwood Highway
3.7
1845: The Redwood Highway, Starting at Grants Pass
3.7
1846b: Gladioli near Grants Pass
3.7
1847: Trinidad Head
3.7
1848: Redwood Highway
3.7
1849: Dogwood
3.7
1851: Azalea
3.7
1852: Bull Creek Flat
3.7
1854: Redwood Highway
3.7
1855: Bolling Grove
3.7
1856: Lighthouse on Trinidad Head
3.7
1857: Redway Highway
3.7
1859: Bull Creek Big Tree
3.7
1860a: Shore Casting on the Klamath River
3.7
1860b: Nature's "Harp String"
3.7
1861: Coolidge Tree
3.7
1863: Redwood Highway
3.7
1864: Redwood Highway
3.7
1865: The Mouth of the Klamath River
3.7
1866: At the Mouth of the Klamath River
3.7
1867: Trinidad Head
3.7
1868: At the Mouth of the Klamath River
3.7
1869: The world's largest Redwood Cathedral Tree, Wonderland Redwood Park
3.7
1871: Sea Life at The Aquarium, Crescent City
3.7
1873: At the Mouth of the Klamath River
3.7
1874: Blacksmith Stump
1941
3.7
1875: North Shore Drive, Mill Creek State Park
3.7
1876: North Bank Road, Mill Creek State Park
3.7
1877: Fallen Redwood
3.7
1879: The Tallest Toem Pole in the World, Totem Pole Park, Crescent City
3.7
1881: Where the great Redwood Logs Enter the Saw Mill, Scotia, California
3.7
1882: From the Redwood Highway
3.7
1883: California Redwoods
3.7
1884: Crescent Beach
3.7
1887: Azalea
3.7
1892: The Redwood Burhl
3.7
1894: Redwood Highway
3.7
1839: A Big Redwood Burhl in the Bull Creek Grove
3.7
1834: At Prairie Creek State Park

Series 15:  Color Postcards, circa 1920s-1940sReturn to Top

Series 15 consists of 17 color postcards. A few of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
4.1
1903: Abalones, California Coast
4.1
1904: Roosevelt Highway, Curry Co, Oregon
4.1
1905: At Patricks Creek
4.1
1772: Newport Birdge, Oregon Coast Highway
4.1
0875: On the Redwood Highway
4.1
0844: Timber on Eel River, Redwood Highway
4.1
0313: Crater Lake from Garfield Peak
4.1
0314: Phantom Ship
4.1
0321: Crater Lake
4.1
0100: Crater Lake from Lodge
4.1
0319: Phantom Ship, Crater Lake
4.1
0077: Flowers of the Forest
4.1
0006: "Wallulah," Bridge of the Gods
4.1
0015: Tenting in the Redwood Forest
4.1
0041: Old Faithful Geyser of California
4.1
0003a: Mt. St. Helena Geysers
4.1
0003b: Oh Deer Me!

Series 16:  Ashland, Oregon, circa 1920s-1940sReturn to Top

Series 16 consists of 44 postcards depicting Ashland, Oregon. Of special note are a series of postcards depicting Lithia Park. A few of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
4.2
A001: In Lithia Park
4.2
A002: Washington School
4.2
A003: Lithia Hotel
4.2
A004: Ashland, Oregon
4.2
A005: Entering Ashland, Oregon
4.2
A008: In Lithia Park
4.2
A009: "Snow White"
4.2
A010: In Lithia Park
4.2
A011: Elk in Lithia Park
4.2
A012: Ashland, Oregon
4.2
A013: Gymnasium, Southern Oregon College of Education
4.2
A014: In Lithia Park
4.2
A015: In Lithia Park
4.2
A016: In Lithia Park
4.2
A017: In Lithia Park
4.2
A018a: In Lithia Park
4.2
A018b: In Lithia Park
4.2
A019: In Lithia Park
4.2
A020a: In Lithia Park
4.2
A020b: In Lithia Park
4.2
A022a: Ashland, Oregon
4.2
A022b: Ashland, Oregon
4.2
A027: At Diamond Lake
4.2
A025: Ashland Creek Falls
4.2
A031: Junior High
4.2
A033: In Lithia Park
4.2
A035: Armory
4.2
A036: Ashland, Oregon
4.2
A037: Lithia Spring
4.2
A038: Southern Oregon College of Education
4.2
A040: Southern Oregon Normal School
4.2
A041: Hotel Ashland
1940
4.2
A049: Plaza, Ashland, Oregon
4.2
A054: In Lithia Park
4.2
A065: In Lithia Park
4.2
A066: In the Lithia Hotel
4.2
A068: Lithia Spring Fountain
4.2
A072: In Lithia Park
4.2
A075: Ashland, Oregon
4.2
A077: Lincoln Statue, Lithia Park
4.2
A078: Memorial Statue
4.2
A079: In Lithia Park
4.2
2A001: Seaview Motocourt, on the Redwood Highway
4.2
A080: Ashland, Oregon

Series 17:  Arcata, California; Brookings, Oregon; and Bandon, Oregon, circa 1920s - 1951Return to Top

Series 17 consists of 14 postcards depicting Arcata, California; Brookings, Oregon; and Bandon; Oregon. Of special note are postcards depicting Azalea Park. A couple of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
4.3
2A007: Seaview Motocourt
4.3
3B008: Pit River Bridge Store
4.3
5B007: From Carpenterville, Oregon Coast Highway
4.3
5B009: Chetco River, Brookings, Oregon
4.3
5B012: Aerial View of Brookings Oregon and Vicinity
4.3
5B013: Aerial View of Brookings and Vicinity
4.3
5B017: Carpenterville, Oregon
4.3
5B021: Oregon State Azalea Park, Brookings, Oregon
4.3
5B022: Oregon State Azalea Park, at Brookings, Oregon
4.3
5B023: Oregon State Azalea Park, at Brookings, Oregon
4.3
5B024: Oregon State Azalea Park, at Brookings, Oregon
4.3
6B004: Bandon, Oregon
4.3
6B006: Bandon, Oregon
4.3
6B019: On Bandon Beach

Series 18:  Crescent City, California, circa 1920s-1940sReturn to Top

Series 18 consists of 56 postcards depicting sites of Crescent City, California. Of special note are a large number of postcards depicting beaches near Crescent City. Several of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
4.4
C001: At The Breakers
4.4
C002: Crescent City, California
4.4
C003: Pebble Beach
4.4
C004a: Breakwater
4.4
C004b: Smith River
4.4
C005: At Path of Gold
4.4
C006: Breakwater
4.4
C007: Crescent City, California
4.4
C018: Pebble Beach
4.4
C021: On the "Del Norte Loop"
4.4
C023: Fishing Fleet
4.4
C024: Fishing Fleet
4.4
C025: Crescent City, California
4.4
C026: Beach near Crescent City
4.4
C027: Mill Creek State Park
4.4
C030: Crescent City, California
4.4
C031: Breakwater
4.4
C033: Ideal Auto Court
4.4
C038: Memorial Building
4.4
C040: Sunset on Pebble Beach
4.4
C037: Where the Light Plays on the Sand
4.4
C041: Light House
4.4
C042: Lobby of Hotel Lauff
4.4
C043: The Breakers
4.4
C044: Hotel Lauff
4.4
C045: Totem Pole Park
4.4
C047: Hotel Lauff
4.4
C052: Crescent Beach
4.4
C054: Redwoods
4.4
C056: At The Breakers
4.4
C059: Crescent City from the air
4.4
C060: Crescent City from the air
4.4
C061: Hotel Lauff
4.4
C063: The Never Dying Redwood
4.4
C075: A Spruce tree from a redwood, Totem Pole Park
4.4
C076: Gorilla at Totem Pole Park
4.4
C077: Entrance to Totem Pole Park
4.4
C078a: All Totem Pole Park
4.4
C078b: All Totem Pole Park
4.4
C079: At Totem Pole Park
4.4
C080: At Totem Pole Park
4.4
C081: At Totem Pole Park
4.4
C082: At Totem Pole Park
4.4
C083: The Stump Hotel, Totem Pole Park
4.4
C095: Catholic Church
4.4
C087: At Totem Pole Park
4.4
C094: The Stump Hotel, Totem Pole Park
4.4
2C025: Tan Oak Park
4.4
2C028: Tan Oak Park
4.4
2C058: Tan Oak Park
4.4
2C059: At Tan Oak Park
4.4
2C060: At Tan Oak Park
4.4
2C063: George and Martha, Washington Bell Glen Redwood Camp
4.4
2C065: Bell Glen Redwood Camp
4.4
2C070: At Robin Hood Camp
4.4
2C073: Burrill Redwood Terrace

Series 19:  Sites in Oregon and Northern California, circa 1920s-1950sReturn to Top

Series 19 consists of 406 postcards depicting many sites in Oregon and northern California. Locations depicted include Chiloquin, Cottage Grove, Gold Beach, and Coquille, Oregon; Calistoga, California; Eureka, California; Grants Pass, Oregon; Garberville, California; Klamath Falls, Medford, Port Orford, and Roseburg, Oregon; and Santa Rosa, Ukiah, and Yreka, California. Many of the postcards in this series are available online in the Frank Patterson Photographs digital collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
4.5
6C002: Pine Ridge Mills near Chiloquin, Oregon
4.5
6C003: The Chiloquin Mills, Chiloquin, Oregon
4.5
7C001: Row River near Cottage Grove, Oregon
4.5
7C003: Curry Co, Courthouse, Gold Beach, Oregon
4.5
7C006: Row River near Cottage Grove, Oregon
4.5
7C008: Row River near Cottage Grove, Oregon
4.5
7C013: Coast Fork, Cottage Grove, Oregon
4.5
8C008: Deer Park Inn
4.5
8C018: At Corrigan's Lodge
4.5
8C021: Corrigan's Lodge
4.5
8C026: At Alpine Lodge
4.5
8C034: At Alpine Lodge
4.5
8C039: At Alpine Lodge
4.5
8C048: Deer at Alpine Lodge
4.5
12C003: Coquille, Oregon
4.5
12C005: Hotel Coquille
1936
4.5
12C007: Smith Wood Products Company, Coquille, Oregon
4.5
12C008: Washington Grade School, Coquille, Oregon
4.5
12C013: Coquille High School, Coquille, Oregon
4.6
14C004: Nance's Baths, Calistoga
4.6
14C013: Calistoga, The Gateway to Clearlake
4.6
14C017: Plummer's Geyser, Calistoga, California
4.6
14C019: Calistoga
4.6
14C020: Calistoga, California
4.6
14C023: At Plummer's Geyser Inn, Calistoga, California
4.6
14C026: A Majestic Oak, Camp Redwood near Calistoga
4.6
14C032: Roman Plung, Dr. Aalders Hot Springs, Calistoga, California
4.6
14C038: Mud & Steam Baths, Dr. Aalders Hot Springs, Calistoga, California
4.6
14C040: Donut Tree near Calastoga, California
4.6
14C044: On Mt. St. Helena near Calistoga, California
4.6
D004: Sacramento River near Dunsmuir
4.6
D014: Dining Room, Shasta Springs
4.6
D016: Golf Course, Castle Crag Resort
4.6
D017: Golf Course, Castle Crag Resort
4.6
D023: Shasta Springs Resort
4.6
D026: Shasta Springs
4.6
D041: Pool at Shasta Springs
4.6
D043: Castle Crags from Dunsmuir, California
4.6
D045: Shasta Springs
4.6
D046: Sacramento River, Shasta Springs
4.6
D049: Scenic R.R. Shasta Springs
4.6
D053: Crystal Falls, Shasta Springs, Dunsmuir, California
4.6
D063: Entrance to the Castle Craig Resort, California
4.6
D066: Log Cabins at Castle Craig, California
4.6
D072: Soda Spring at Castle Craig, California
4.6
D076: At Shasta Springs
4.6
8D001: Housekeeping Cottages, Diamond Lake
4.6
8D002: Mt. Thielsen from Diamond Lake Lodge
1937
4.6
8D005: Log Cabin Hotel
4.6
8D006: Clear Water River near Diamond Lake
4.6
8D008: At Diamond Lake, Oregon
4.6
8D009: Housekeeping Cottages, Diamond Lake
4.6
8D013: On the way to the Dining Room, Diamond Lake Resort
4.6
8D015: At Diamond Lake Resort
4.6
8D018: "The Bailey" Diamond Lake
4.6
8D019: The Diamond Lake Grin
4.6
8D021: At Diamond Lake
1945
4.6
8D022: At Diamond Lake
1945
4.6
8D023: Cottage at Diamond Lake Resort, Oregon
4.6
9D011: Giant Redwood at Collins Englewood Park
4.7
E001: Court House, Eureka
4.7
E004: The Stump House, Eureka, California
4.7
E007: Eureka Post Office
4.7
E008: At the Stump House, Eureka, California
4.7
E011: In Sequoia Park, Eureka, California
4.7
E013a: Parent Stump and Offspring, Sequoia Park, Eureka
4.7
E013b: Part of the Great Loung, Eureka, California
4.7
E014: Eureka Inn, Eureka, California
1934
4.7
E015: In Sequoia Park, Eureka, California
4.7
E016: In Sequoia Park, Eureka, California
4.7
E017: Stump House, Eureka, California
4.7
E038: Garden at Eureka Inn
4.7
E041: At Eureka Inn
4.7
E045: Eureka from the air
4.7
E046: At the Stump House, Eureka, California
4.7
E047: Eureka from the air
4.7
E049: The Carson Residence, Eureka, California
4.7
E052: At the Vance Hotel, Eureka, California
4.7
E053: Eureka, California
4.7
2E007: Eikkon on the Drain Reedsport Highway
4.7
F001: Fern Bridge
4.7
G005: Josephine County Court House
4.7
G008: High School, Grants Pass, Oregon
4.7
G009: Rogue River from City Auto Park
4.7
G012: On the Rogue River, Grants Pass
4.7
G015: Gladioli, Grants Pass, Oregon
4.7
G023: Wild Cats at Hick's Auto Camp, North of Grants Pass
4.7
G027: Grants Pass, Oregon
4.7
G030: In Grants Pass, Oregon
1931
4.7
G032: Lobby of Hotel Del Rogue, Grants Pass, Oregon
4.7
G038: Gladioli, Grants Pass, Oregon
4.7
G043: Grants Pass, Oregon
1949
4.7
G063: Grants Pass, Oregon
1944
4.8
4G002: Redwood Highway near Garberville
4.8
4G011a: At Hotel Benbow, Redwood Highway
4.8
4G017: A beauty spot at Redway near Garberville
4.8
4G008a: At Hotel Benbow, Redwood Highway
4.8
4G008b: Benbow
4.8
4G009: Garberville, California
4.8
4G010: At Benbow
4.8
4G011b: Benbow
4.8
4G013: Garberville, California
4.8
4G016: Redway Lodge
4.8
4G025: Garberville, California
4.8
4G026: Eel River at Redway near Garberville
4.8
4G033: At Benbow, Redwood Highway
4.8
4G034: At Redway near Garberville, California
4.8
4G040: Benbow
4.8
6G003: Shady camp grounds at Gasquet
4.8
6G004: View west from Gasquet, Redwood Highway
4.8
6G007: 75 year old grape arbor, Gasquet Camp
4.8
7G001: Gold Beach, Oregon
4.8
7G005: Leith's Auto Park
4.8
7G006: Rogue River Bridge, Gold Beach, Oregon, The most ornate bridge in America
1938
4.8
7G007: Leith's Auto Park, Gold Beach, Oregon
4.8
7G009: Sunset Inn, Gold Beach
4.8
7G011: Smallest Catholic Church, In United States, Gold Beach, Oregon
1951
4.8
7G017: Gold Beach, Oregon
4.8
7G013: From Sunset Inn, Gold Beach, Oregon
4.8
7G019: Flower Gardens at Gold Beach Auto Park
4.8
7G021: Mouth of the Rogue River, Gold Beach, Oregon
4.8
7G022: Mouth of the Rogue River, Gold Beach, Oregon
4.8
7G026: Tower of the Rogue RIver Bridge, Gold Beach, Oregon
1952
4.8
7G027: Myrtle Trees near Gold Beach, Oregon
4.8
7G028: Rogue River above Gold Beach
4.8
7G029: Rogue River via Gold Beach
4.8
7G030: Rogue RIver between Gold Beach & Agnes
4.8
7G031: Gold Beach Motor Company, Pleasure Boat, Rogue River
4.8
7G032: Near Singing Spring's Ranch, The Rogue River above Agnes
1952
4.8
7G033: Rogue River at Agnes, 32 miles above Gold Beach
4.8
7G034: A Gold Beach Motor Company Pleasure Boat in the rapids, 30 miles up the Rogue River
4.8
7G035: Bridge over the Rogue River, Oregon Coast Highway at Gold Beach, Oregon
4.8
7G036: At Singing Springs Ranch, Forestry Bridge over Rogue River at Agnes
4.8
7G037: Rogue River between Gold Beach & Agnes
4.8
7G038: Myrtle Trees on the Rogue River
4.8
7G039: The Rogue River Bridge, Looking toward Wedderburn, Oregon
4.8
7G050: Gold Beach Auto Park
4.8
7G102: The Chapel, Roguewoods Myrtle Grove on U.S. Highway 101 Wedderburn, Oregon
4.8
H002: Wild Cat at Sulphur Springs
4.8
H003: Camp Lowe, Klamath River
4.8
2H012: At Harlsooks
4.8
H015: Klamath Camp on the Klamath River
4.8
2H001: Hartsook Inn
4.8
2H003: Hartsook Inn
4.8
2H004: Cottages at Hartsook
4.8
2H006: Cottage at Hartsook
4.8
2H014: At Hartsook
4.8
2H020: At Hartsook
4.8
4H019: Park Haven, Clear Lake, California
4.8
4H022: Mt. Knocti from Austin's Resort
4.8
4H023: Beach at Austin's Resort, Cleark Lake
4.8
4H040: Clear Lake from Austin's Resort
4.8
4H048: At Lotawana, Clear Lake, California
4.8
4H066: At Austin's Resort on Clear Lake
4.8
5H002: From Fitch, Mt. Healdsburg
4.8
5H016: Russian River, Healdsburg, California
4.8
5H018: Russian River near Healdsburg
4.9
K002: Klamath Falls, Oregon
1936
4.9
K011: Mills at Klamath Falls, Oregon
4.9
K014: Klamath Falls, Oregon
1933
4.9
K015: Klamath Falls
4.9
K023: Willard Hotel, Klamath Falls, Oregon
4.9
K032: Klamath High School
4.9
K037: Klamath Lake Pelican
4.9
K036: First National Bank, Klamath Falls, Oregon
4.9
K049: Crater Lake Cafe, Fort Klamath, Oregon
4.9
K052: Weyerhauser Mill, Klamath Falls, Oregon
4.9
K051: Court House at Klamath Falls
4.9
K053: Ten Thousand Ducks, Klamath Falls, Oregon
4.9
3K024: Twin Firs at Grizzley Park
4.9
3K032: At Ye Rustic Camp, E. P. Lawson, Kerby, Oregon
4.9
5K009: Giant Spruce
4.9
5K024: At Klamath Glen
4.9
5K029: Mouth of the Klamath River
4.9
5K037: Klamath Service Station, Modern Cottages
4.9
5K048: View from Ocean View Terrace
4.9
5K050: Tomy's Camp, Safford Island Camp, Klamath River
4.9
5K062: The Famous Redwood Cathedral Tree
4.9
5K069: Wonderland Park Fountain
4.9
5K070: Cottage at Wonderland Park
4.9
5K064: At Safford Island Camp, Tony Troyak Prop
4.9
5K080: On the Klamath River
4.10
4L001: Catholic Church Lakerport
4.10
4L017: At Will-O-Point on Clear Lake, Lakeport, California
4.10
L001: Grove at Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
5K082: Mouth of Klamath River
4.10
L003: Lane's Redwood Flat, Redwood Highway
4.10
L004: At Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L008: At Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L005: Wings of the Morning
4.10
L009: Eel River, Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L011: Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L014: Camp Grounds, Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L015: At Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L017: Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L018: Cottage #3, Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L020: Cottages, Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L021: "Sunlight and Shadow" Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L024: At Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L025: The Monarch of Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L027: Near Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L031: Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L032: At Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L037: Hollow Redwood, Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L038: At Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L039a: Eel River, Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L039b: Pool at Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L047: Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L056: Cottage 5, Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
L059: Lane's Redwood Flat
4.10
2L009: Truihe Lodge
4.10
2L010: Cottage at Irvine Lodge
5.1
M005: Medford's Million Dollar Water System
5.1
M008: Medford, Oregon
5.1
M011a: Bear Creek, Medford, Oregon
5.1
M012: Medford, Looking South
5.1
M015: Diamond Lake near Medford, Oregon
5.1
M019a: Medford, Oregon
5.1
M019b: Cottage Avenue, Merrick's Auto Park, Medford, Oregon
5.1
M018: Bear Creek, Medford, Oregon
5.1
M021: Jackson County Court House, Medford, Oregon
5.1
M025: Medford from the air
5.1
M027a: Medford, Oregon
1927
5.1
M027b: Looking down Main Street, Medford, Oregon
5.1
M029: First Protestent Church
5.1
M030: Merrick's Motor Inn
5.1
M039: In Medford, Oregon
5.1
M055: A mountain spring of pure ice cold water in every home, Medford, Oregon
5.1
M054: Entering Medford, Oregon
5.1
M056: Hotel Jackson, Medford, Oregon
1936
5.1
M062: Owen-Oregon Mill, Medford, Oregon
5.1
5M001: Coos Bay Lumber Company, Marshfield, Oregon
5.1
5M003: Marshfield, Oregon
5.1
5M008: Channel entering Coos Bay
5.1
5M010: Loading White Cedar, Coos Bay, Oregon
5.1
5M011: Oregon Coast Highway North of Coos Bay
5.1
5M012: Sunset Beach, North Bend, Oregon
5.1
5M016: Fishing Fleet, Coos Bay
1947
5.1
5M021: Mussel Reef near Marshfield, Oregon
5.1
5M022: Lakeside, Oregon
5.1
5M025: North Bend, Oregon
5.1
5M034: Marshfield, Oregon
1935
5.1
5M031: Harding School, Marshfield, Oregon
5.1
5M037: Marshfield High School
5.1
5M036: City Hall, Marshfield, Oregon
5.1
5M045: Beaumont's "The House of Myrtlewood," Marshfield, Oregon
5.1
5M048: Coos Bay, Oregon
5.1
5M049: Fishing Boats, Coos Bay, Oregon
5.1
5M052: North Bend Fisheries, North Bend, Oregon
5.1
5M058: Coos Head, Oregon Coast
5.1
5M060: Ten Mile Lake, Lakeside, Oregon Coast
5.1
5M064: One Night's Fishing, Coos Bay, Oregon
5.1
5M068: Charleston Bridge
5.1
5M069: Cape Argo Light House
5.1
5M071: At Currier's Village at Lakeside
5.1
5M072: Currier's Village, Lakeside, Oregon
5.1
5M074: Airplane View of Lakeside and Currier's Village, Ten Mile Lake, Oregon Coast Highway
5.1
5M078: Lakeside, Oregon
1949
5.1
5M093: Lakeside, Oregon
5.1
6M014: Fountain at Umpqua Auto Camp
5.1
7M002: Sylrandale
5.1
14M004: Entering Middleton
5.1
2O023: Camp Site, Prairie Creek State Park
5.1
P033: Union Creek, Oregon
5.1
P035: Cottages at Union Creek Resort
5.1
2P013: McCarthy's Redwood Shop
5.1
3P008: Richardson Grove State Park
5.1
3P023: Devoy Grove
5.1
3P037: At Devoy Grove
5.1
3P045: Fraternal Monarch "Quadruped Tree"
5.1
3P046: "Fraternal Monarch"
5.1
3P047: Interior of the "Fraternal Monarch" Tree
5.1
3P057: A Forest Monarch Fallen, Richardson Grove, State Park
5.1
3P068: At Camp Piercy on the Redwood Highway
5.1
3P084: Tallest One Room House in the World
5.1
3P091: A Piercy Auto Camp
5.1
4P001: Patrick's Creek Tavern
5.1
7P001: Beach at Port Orford, Roosevelt Highway
5.1
7P002: Administration Building, Port Orford, Oregon
5.1
7P005: Port Orford, Oregon
1936
5.1
7P008: Port Orford, Oregon
5.1
7P015: Port Orford, Oregon
5.1
R003: Mouth of the Russian River
5.1
R024: At Mirabel Park, Russian River
5.1
R025: At Mirabel Park on the Russian River
5.1
3R001: Redwood Highway at Richardson Grove State Park
5.1
3R003: At Richardson Grove State Park
5.1
3R005: Lover's Lane, Richardson Grove
5.1
3R006: Richardson Grove, State Park
5.1
3R007: Camp Grounds at Richardson's Grove State Park
5.1
3R011: Richardson Grove
5.1
3R012: Beach at Richardson Grove State Park
5.1
3R014: Richardson Grove State Park
5.1
3R016: Fireplace at Richardson Grove State Park
5.1
3R017: Richardson Grove
5.1
3R019: Bathing Beach, Richardson's Grove
5.1
3R020: The Eel River, Richardson Grove State Park
5.1
3R023: At Richardson Grove
5.1
3R025: Richardson Grove State Park
5.1
3R026: Richardson Grove State Park
5.1
3R027: Richardson Grove State Park
5.1
3R030: Richardson Grove State Park
5.2
4R001: Hotel Valley, Roseburg, Oregon
1938
5.2
4R005: Umpqua River, Roseburg, Oregon
5.2
4R008: From Roseburg North
5.2
4R009: Umpqua River in Roseburg
1933
5.2
4R010: Roseburg, Oregon
5.2
4R011: Roseburg, Oregon
5.2
4R012: Roseburg, Oregon
5.2
4R014: Umpqua River, Roseburg, Oregon
5.2
4R017: Junior High, Roseburg, Oregon
5.2
4R019: Deer Creek, Roseburg
5.2
4R028: Falls Creek near Roseburg
5.2
4R030: Oregon State Soldiers Home, Roseburg
1929
5.2
4R035: Pool at Brands, North of Roseburg
5.2
4R038: Solider's Home, Roseburg, Oregon
5.2
5R036: Lake Tahkenitch
5.2
5R037: Aqua-Planing at Lake Tahkenitch
5.2
5R048: Lake Tahkenitch
5.2
4R054: The North Umpqua near Roseburg
5.2
5R003: At Dean Bros. Lake Tahkenitch, Oregon
5.2
5R008: Reedsport, Oregon
5.2
5R009: Dean Bro's Cottages, Lake Tahkenitch, Oregon
5.2
5R013: Yachats, Oregon Coast Highway
5.2
5R014: Winchester Bay Auto Camp
5.2
5R018: At Winchester Bay, Oregon Coast Highway
5.2
7R005: Cabins at Diestelhorst Auto Camp, Redding, California
5.2
7R011: Sacramento River, Redding, California
5.2
7R015: Riverside Auto Camp, Redding, California
5.2
7R021: Redding Hotel
5.2
7R023: Hotel Redding
5.2
7R030: Cabins at Distelhorst Auto Camp, Redding, California
5.2
7R043: Entering Redding, California
5.2
S005: Shasta Lodge, Mt. Shasta City, California
5.2
S008: Shasta Lodge
5.2
2S006: City Hall, Sonoma
5.2
3S003: Redwood Highway Bridge, Scotia, California
5.2
3S006: A Giant Redwood Log, Pacific Lumber Company Mill, Scotia, California
5.2
3S010: Scotia, California
1942
5.2
3S014: Presto Log Plant, Pacific Lumber Company Mill, Scotia, California
5.2
4S003: Mouth of Smith River
5.2
4S004: Castle Rock, Smith River, California
5.2
4S005: Jarnigan's Island, Westlake in background
5.2
4S010: Salmon, caught at the mouth of Smith River
5.2
4S016: State Line Motel
5.2
8S003: Log Cabin Hotel
5.2
10S008: Patrick's Creek on Redwood Highway
5.2
10S019: Siskiyou Mountains Camp
5.2
10S023: Cabins at the Siskiyou Mountains Camp
5.2
10S032: Redwood Highway Inspection Station
5.2
10S037: Darlingtonia Fountain, Redwood Highway
5.2
10S039: Darlingtonia, Insect Eating Plant, Darlingtonia Fountain, Redwood Highway
5.2
11S010: Vine Covered Catholic Church, Santa Rosa
5.2
11S024: In The Luther Burbank Gardens
5.2
11S026: Fremont School
5.2
11S031: Bunya Bunya Tree, Burbank's Home, Santa Rosa
5.2
11S032: First Christian Church, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S038: Odd Fellows Building, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S052: Dining Hall, Pythican Home, Near Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S056: Luther Burbank Gardens, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S059: Burbanks Home, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S061: Cedar of Lebenon in Santa Rosa, Where Luther Burbank is buried
5.2
11S062: Pool at Unzelmans Motel
5.2
11S063: Burbank's Gardens, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S064: Luther Burbank Gardens, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S065: Burbank Gardens, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S066: Century Plant in Bloom. Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S073: Burbank Large Leaved Mulberry, Burbank Gardens, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S075: Burbank Home and Greenhouse, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S076: Spineless Cactus, Burbank Garden, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S081: Auditorium, Santa Rosa Junior College
5.2
11S082: Chapel of the Chimes, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S084: Fourth Street, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
11S087: Burbank's Spineless Cactus, Burbank Garden, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
12S074: Paradox Walnut Tree, Burbank Garden, Santa Rosa, California
5.2
T016: Rogue River at California on the Rogue
5.2
3T009: Bishop Pine Lodge
5.2
3T019: Fireplace at Bishop Pine Lodge
5.2
3T024: Azaleas at Bishop Pine
5.2
U002: Court House Grounds, Ukiah, California
5.2
U012: Cecille Hotel, Ukiah, California
5.2
U021: Ukiah, California
5.2
W002: Wolf Creek Tavern
5.2
W008: Dining Room at the Wolf Creek Tavern built in 1857
5.2
W010: President Grant's Room, Wolf Creek Tavern
5.2
W011: Private collection of Early American Antiques at Wolf Creek Tavern
5.2
W017a: Cougars at Laurel Camp, Wolf Creek Oregon
5.2
W017b: At Wolf Creek Tavern
5.2
W018: At Wolf Creek Tavern
5.2
W022: Private Collection of Early American Antiques, Wolf Creek Tavern
5.2
W024: Wolf Creek Tavern
5.2
W028: Wolf Creek, Oregon
1933
5.3
W030: Wolf Creek Roses
5.3
2W004: The "Upside Down Tree," Wonderful Redwood Park
5.3
2W007: Trees of Mystery, Wonderland Redwood Park
5.3
2W009: "Living Trees of Mystery"
5.3
2W012: The Redwoods
5.3
2W013: "The Family Tree"
5.3
2W014: The World's Largest Redwood Cathedral Tree
5.3
2W016: "The End of the Trail"
5.3
2W017: "The End of the Trail"
5.3
2W018: The World's Largest Redwood Cathedral Tree
5.3
3W014: Log Cabin Hotel, Mt. Shasta
5.3
5W007a: The Davis Tree, near Weott, California
5.3
5W007b: The Stone Wall Tree, near Myers Auto Camp
5.3
5W010: Fireplace near Heott, California, Built by the California Federation of Women's Clubs
5.3
5W013: Drive Thro the "Doust Tree," 20 miles north of Garberville
5.3
5W016: "The Redwood Shrine," Herb Jones Camp, Myers, California
5.3
5W017: The Redwood Shrine Tree, Herb Jones Camp, Myers, California
5.3
7W045: The Wilson Tree, Near Willitts, California
5.3
7W050: View of the Valley, WIllits, California
5.3
Y005: Yreka Inn
5.3
Y011: Yreka & Shasta

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Bridges--Oregon.
  • Coasts--Oregon.
  • Photographers--Oregon.
  • Postcards--California--Catalogs.
  • Postcards--Collectors and collecting.
  • Postcards--Oregon--Catalogs.
  • Redwoods--California.
  • Redwoods--Oregon.
  • Rivers--Coast Ranges.
  • Roads--Oregon.
  • Scenic byways--Oregon.
  • Personal Names :
  • Patterson, Frank, 1883-1961.
  • Wright, Robert I. (creator)
  • Corporate Names :
  • Patterson Pictures (Firm : Medford, Or.)
  • Patterson Pictures (Firm : Santa Rosa, Calif.)
  • Geographical Names :
  • Ashland (Or.)
  • Brookings (Or.)
  • Coast Ranges.
  • Coquille River (Or.)
  • Crater Lake (Or.)
  • Crater Lake National Park (Or.)
  • Grants Pass (Or.)
  • Klamath Falls (Or.)
  • Klamath Lake (Or.)
  • Klamath River Watershed (Or. and Calif.)
  • Lassen Peak (Calif.)
  • Medford (Or.)
  • Oregon Caves National Monument (Or.)
  • Pacific Coast (Or.)
  • Rogue River (Klamath County-Curry County, Or.)
  • Rogue River National Forest (Or. and Calif.)
  • Rogue River Watershed (Klamath County-Curry County, Or.)
  • Roseburg (Or.)
  • Shasta Dam (Calif.)
  • Shasta, Mount (Calif. : Mountain)
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Photographic postcards.
  • Photographic prints.
  • Picture postcards.
  • Other Creators :
    • Corporate Names :
    • Patterson Pictures (Firm : Medford, Or.) (creator)
    • Patterson Pictures (Firm : Santa Rosa, Calif.) (creator)