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  • Item Category: Fine Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 07, 2008
  • Channel: Auction House
Original photograph identified as âeoeCREAMERY AT TOLEDO, OREGONâe.
Toledo was first settled in 1866 by John Graham, his son Joseph, and William Mackey, who claimed land made available by the Homestead Act. It was called "Graham's Landing" until a post office was established two years later; the Grahams then chose to name it after Toledo, Ohio, which had been their home for years before they headed west.
The city had its first mayor by 1893 when it was made the county seat of the newly established Lincoln County, and was incorporated in 1905.
View shows two men and a boy inside of the creamery. Man in the middle with a necktie could be the owner with his son to the left and a workman to the right. Machinery to operated the creamery can be seen in the background along with milk cans in the bottom left and another to the right of the workman.
Photograph measures 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches with writing on the back, âeoeCREAMERY AT TOLEDO, OREGONâe. It is mounted on a single weight dark gray construction boartd.
Photo is very sharp and has strong tones with great contrast and clarity.
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