It's a house out of a dream!

It's a house out of a dream!
Unknown Carpenter Gothic home

Friday, September 14, 2012

Unindentified and

Ideas on the first one. The second home was identified by Peter Bellant on Dead Memories Portland as the Elmer E. Lytle home. He was President of Pacific Railway & Navigation Company, Columbia Southern Railway and namesake of Lake Lytle in Tillamook County. It was located at NW 24th and Johnson (historical address 175 24th Street North).

Monday, September 10, 2012

Great panorama of Tacoma, Washington

View taken from a building roughly at Market Street and St Helens Avenue in Tacoma facing Mt Rainier. The cool turret building at right is the Music Box Theater and the 1911 Puget Sound National Bank is the tallest building in the image.

Early photo of the Ontario, Oregon train station

Early view of the Ontario Oregon Train Station. Still stands today!

Wonderful early view of Astoria, Oregon

I'm not sure of the exact year but probably somewhere in the 1900 range.

US Coast Guard Lifesaving Station Barview, Oregon

Small snapshot of the US Coast Guard Lifesaving Station built in 1908 in Barview, Oregon (near Garibaldi). It still survives though not all that well.