Eugene Photo Co.
This studio is presently unidentified.
“Eugene Photo Co., Eugene Or.” printed front cabinet card
News Items and Advertisements
1895: “Miss Belle Haines is working for the Eugene Photo Co.” The Eugene City guard, August 31, 1895, pg. 1, col. 6.
1896: “Young Lady Burned. — Miss Maggie Whitney of the Eugene Photo Co. was severely burned on the hands yesterday. She had gone to the studio to attend to some duties and while emptying some dust from a dust pan into thee stove, a heavy gingham apron which she wore caught fire. It burned rapidly and in her attempts to put it out her hands were badly burned. Her hair also caught fire and her eyebrows were badly singed. She finally extinguished the flames by falling upon the floor and smothering them. It was a narrow escape. – Guard.” The State rights democrat. (Albany), January 10, 1896, pg. 3, col. 4.
1896: “Decoration Day Observed” (account of Memorial Day activities, including parade, speeches, assembly by over a thousand people.) “During the afternoon the scene was photographed by the Eugene Photo Co.” The Eugene City guard, June 06, 1896, pg. 6, col. 4.
1896: “Woodmen Convention” (Woodmen of the World of the second district annual convention in Eugene) “Shortly before noon the convention adjourned until 1 o’clock and during the intermission retired to Seventh street near the Eugene Photo Co.’s gallery where the delegates were photographed.” The Eugene City guard, June 20, 1896, pg. 1, col. 7.
1897: (account of art exhibit at the Congregational church) “The Eugene Photo Company has an artistic display of photography, besides crayon portraiture and drawings the graceful poses and fine finish of which always attract admiring eyes.” The Eugene City guard, November 13, 1897, pg. 4, col. 3.
1899-1900: “Eugene Photo Co. Cor. Willamette & 7th St. Upstairs. The Old Reliable Gallery of Lane Co. Always ahead of the times and up-to-date Photographers. Photos 50¢ Doz. and Up.” Broad-axe (Eugene), March 29, 1899, pg. 3, col. 4., repeated until February 14, 1900.
1899: “Mining Views. Some excellent views of Bohemia mining camps are on exhibition at W. L. Delano’s drug store. They were taken by the Eugene Photo Co. on the recent visit to Bohemia made by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Weidler.” Broad-axe (Eugene), March 29, 1899, pg. 3, col. 2.
1899: “The Latest thing in photos; the little stamp. Eugene Photo Co.” The Eugene City guard, December 09, 1899, pg. 7, col. 1. repeating until February 24, 1900.