Jodie Wallick photographs, 1900-1905 PDF
- Wallick, Jodie (Mrs. Henry)
- Jodie Wallick photographs
- 1900-1905 (inclusive)19001905
- 1 linear feet, (1 container (1 photo box))
- Collection Number
- Jodie Wallick (dates unknown) was a female photographer active in Alaska c. 1900 and in Sumpter, Oregon, 1903-1905. The collection consists of 23 images of Alaska and of Eastern Oregon, primarily relating to mining and the Klondike Gold Rush. Some images focus on landscape and Alaska Native peoples.
- University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
- Access Restrictions
Collection is open to the public.
Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.
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The collection consists of 23 images of Alaska and of Eastern Oregon, primarily relating to mining and the Klondike Gold Rush. Some images focus on landscape and Alaska Native peoples.
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Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.
[Identification of item], Jodie Wallick photographs, PH200_006_[item number], Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.
oregondigital.org tribal legacies (1 image)
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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
|PH200_006_4022: "Mrs. Wallick"||1902|
|PH200_006_1000: "Red Boy"||1904|
|PH200_006_3230: "E. and E. Mill"
[put in box labeled renumber and rehouse, number already in use, 7-12-04 by JC].
|PH200_006_4023: "Golconda mine and mill"||1903|
|PH200_006_4024: "Miners at the Columbia mine"||1904|
|PH200_006_4118: Red Boy mine and mill
|PH200_006_4119: "Columbia mine and mill"||1904|
|PH200_006_4120: "Sumpter, Oregon"||1903|
|PH200_006_4121: "Sheep camp tender, Austin, Ore."||1903|
|PH200_006_4122: "Dixie Mt.", Grant Co., Oregon||1904|
|PH200_006_4123: "Whiskey Gulch. Canyon City Ore."||1904|
|PH200_006_4124: "Whiskey Gulch Gang, Canyon City, Oregon"||1904|
|PH200_006_4125: "Rampart City, Alaska". Yukon River in foreground||1900|
|PH200_006_4126: "Natives of Alaska"||1900|
|PH200_006_4127: "Operating the Pinkham Thawer, in Alaska"||1900|
|PH200_006_4128: "Packing in Alaska"||1900|
|PH200_006_4129: "Alaska Indian work arranged and photographed by Mrs. Henry Wallick"||1900|
|PH200_006_4130: "Henry Wallick with dogs packing in Alaska"||1900|
|PH200_006_4131: "Wooden Man made and photographed by Jodie W. Taliaferrs"||1900|
|PH200_006_4132: "Cleaning up on Little Manook" Alaska||1900|
|PH200_006_4133: "Year of 1900, Claim No. 8 Little Minook Creek, Alaska"||1900|
|PH200_006_4134: "Dutch Harbor, Alaska"||1899|
|PH200_006_4135: "Entrance to Dutch Harbor, Alaska"||1899|
|PH200_006_4136: "Sunset on the Yukon"||1900|