Our Photographers

Partial list of our largest or most significant collections:

Hugh Ackroyd (b. 1913) Commercial and aerial photographer in Portland, OR.

Aero-Marine photos, Tacoma Washington 1948-1955

Steve Allan (d. 2008) Black Star photographer NYC 1970-1990, Portland 1990-2003

Clarance Andrews (-1945) Seattle 1893, Alaska 1898-1917. wrote & illustrated books and articles about Alaska. 

Henry Berger Jr. Portland based photographer 1905-1935. won Silver medal for photography 1915 worlds fair.

Clyde Brown documentary & news photographer Chicago 1940s

Allen deLay (1915-2005) Army photographer in Alaska during WW2, worked for the Oregonian from 1947-1960, freelance from 1960-1980.  News, aerial, advertising, documentary.

Alexander Feldman (1906-1989) commercial photographer Bridgeport, Conneticut 1940-1960.

Stuart Fresk (1911-2001) photography teacher, Longview Washington, 1945-1970

Harry I Gross (1918-1979) City of Eugene staff photographer, author Antique & Classic Cameras, documeted 1960s counter culture.

George V. Hartness (1903-1983) amateur photographer based in Portland Or

Burt Herrick (1877-1954) Logging photographer Olympic Peninsula 1910-1920

Thomas Jordan documentary photographer Burbank CA 1960-1975

Benjamin Markham (1881-1942) postcard photographer The Dalles 1920s

Clyde V. McMonagle (1883-1943) staff photographer Southern Pacific RR, Oregonian 1905-1920

John McMullen (1856-?) itinerant photographer eastern Oregon, Burns 1897-1910

Al Monner (1911-1997) photojournalist, worked for Farm Journal in the 1930s, Oregon Journal 1940-1965.

Everett Olmstead (1887-1973) owner Elite Studio, The Dalles 1930-1955) postcard & commercial

Thomas R. Parks (1912-1963) photographer for Phoenix Chamber of Commerece 1945-1963

Herbert Perkins (1932-1997) staff photographer Portland State University 1955-1960

Clyde Putnam Sr (1889-1952)

Alfred A. Reck (1877-1972) Portland trolley operator and amateur photographer 1910-1925

Tom E. Rulson (1877-1955) logging photographer Port Washington 1918-1925

Larry Smith (1911-2000) amateur photographer, friend of Minor White 1936, president of Oregon Camera Club 1955.