Crandall, Avery. B.
Crandall, Robert S.
Crandall & McBride
Crandall & Ellis
1899 Cheboygan and Gaylord
1902 Duluth, Minn
An R. S. Crandall was president of the Los Angeles Camera Club in 1912, and is possibly a different person.
Rudolph Crandall was Robert Crandall’s father, and was county judge, assessor, and held other official positions.
1891 POWI pg. 292 Hillsboro “Crandall, Rudolph, photographer” (The author believes the directory compiler made an error and listed the father’s name instead of the photographer’s name)
Mautz Oregon “Crandall & McBride, 1890, Hillsboro”
“A. B. Crandall, Hillsboro, Or.” cabinet card printed front, portrait of Max Crandall (WCM LP72-409/456-29)
“A. B. Crandall, Portrait and Landscape Artist, Hillsboro, Or. Copying, Enlarging, Landscape Painting, Etc.” printed back cabinet card (WCM # LP72-1467/1531-157)
“Crandall & McBride, Hillsboro, Oregon” cabinet card printed front (WCM)
“R. S. Crandall, Hillsboro, Or.” printed front cabinet card (WCM #LP72-410/457-30)
“A. B. Crandall, Portrait & Landscape Artist, Hillsboro, Oregon” rubber stamp on back of mount, 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 print (WCM #LP72-410/457-30)
News Items and Advertisements
1889: “MEN WHO BEAR THE MUSKET. A complete roster of the First Regiment, Infantry, O. N. G., … Company B, Hillsboro…A. B. Crandall, … R. S. Crandall…” Oregonian, 4 February 1889, pg. 3, col. 2.
1899: “Mr. A. B. Crandall hopes to make his home on the Pacific coast in a few years. ” Argus, (Hillsboro) 9 February 1899. (courtesy Eric Stewart)
1902: “Robert Crandall, who is well known here in Hillsboro, is now located in the photo business at Duluth, Minn., and he has sent his father, County Treasurer Crandall, a fine birds-eye photograph, panoramic, of that city. It is a fine work of art, and is indicative of a high order of work. Mr. Crandall’s view of Hillsboro will be used in the book now being published by the Board of Trade.”, “The copy and the photos for the pamphlet descriptive of Hillsboro and Washington county are now in the hands of the printers, and work will be rushed as rapidly as possible. The complete order will be run and bound in as short time as good workmanship will permit. The Board of Trade expects to then get the books in circulation as quickly as possible, and a large part of the edition will be sent to points on the railroads leading into Portland, for distribution to incoming homeseekers. The Southern Pacific will help in this work, and, when eastern people want a prospectus of what we have, the pamphlet will be on hand to supply the want. A photo of the 50-pound turnip railed by John Loftis, of Glenco will adorn the title page. There will be other half-tones of production, some farm scenes, a hopyard scene, and a panorama of Hillsboro, the
1904: “A. B. Crandall, of Cheboygan, Mich., will open the Ellis Studio, on 7th Street, Hillsboro, next Tuesday, June 7. Bring all the babies under two years for free photos on that date.” The Hillsboro argus, June 02, 1904, pg. 3, col. 4.
1904: “Call at the Crandall Studio and see the Photos, whether you want pictures or not. Ellis Studio, 7th street.” Argus, (Hillsboro) 16 June 1904 (courtesy Eric Stewart)
1922: “Avery B. Crandall, who arrived here a few days ago to attend to the bedside of his father, the late Judge Crandoll, started for his home in Pontiac, Mich., Monday, a few hours prior the death of the parent.” The Hillsboro argus, October 26, 1922, pg. 5, col. 5.
1922: “CARD OF THANKS. We desire to express our sincere thanks to all who so kindly tendered aid and sympathy during our bereavement, the illness, death and obsequies of the late husband and father, Judge Rodolph Crandall, and return especial thanks for the beautiful floral offerings.
Mrs. Rodolph Crandall,
Robert S Crandall,
Avery B. Crandall,
Jesse O. Crandall.
October 27, 1922.” The Hillsboro argus. (Hillsboro, Or.) 1895-current, November 02, 1922, pg. 2, col. 4.