1915 Print Dr John McLoughlin Portrait Hudsons Bay Co Fur Trade Old West CGH1
"Dr. John McLoughlin"
This is an original 1915 black and white halftone print (with color border) of a portrait of Dr. John McLoughlin (1784-1857) who served as the Chief Factor of the Columbia Fur District of the Hudson's Bay Company at Fort Vancouver, Washington (WA), Pacific Northwest, USA. During the 1840s, his general store became famous for being the last stop of the Oregon Trail.
This 98+ year old Item is rated Near Mint / Very Fine+. Light aging throughout. Some light surface rub.
- Product Type: Original Halftone Print; Black / White
- Grade: Near Mint / Very Fine+
- Dimensions: Approximately 6.5 x 10 inches; 17 x 25 cm
- Authentication: Serial-Numbered Certificate of Authenticity w/ Full Provenance
- Protection: Packaged in a custom archival sleeve with an acid-free black board (great for display, gift-giving, and preservation)
Period Paper is pleased to present a collection of prints from 1915 that capture the majestic beauty of the landscapes and landmarks along the Historic Columbia River Highway No. 100, (US Route 30), through the Cascade Mountain Range in Multnomah County, Oregon (OR) in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States of America (USA). Twenty-five of these prints are of photographs developed through the early color photography process known as the Paget process that used a pair of glass plates, (one color, one black & white negative), to expose and develop a composite color image. The Columbia River Highway was constructed between 1913 and 1922 and was primarily designed by American engineer and landscape architect, Samuel C. Lancaster (1864-1941), who modeled his design after the scenic roads of Europe. Many of these prints are of photographs taken by Samuel C. Lancaster himself, who "carried [his] camera in a rain-proof bag in all kinds of weather, that [he] might be ready when God painted the pictures." Each of these prints are in pristine condition and are perfect for framing! To continue browsing this spectacular collection, simply click on the link provided beneath the condition paragraph.
Photography by George F. Holman.