Fallgatter, John A. (Milton, Prineville, Redmond, Wamic)

John A. Fallgatter (Milton, Prineville, Redmond, Wamic)

Directory Listings
1909 POW pg. 252; Milton “Fallgatter, John A. photographer and view artist”

News Items and Advertisements
1905: (Milton column) “Photographer Fallgatter this week presented the Eagle with a photograph of the oldest house on Basket mountain. It was built about 35 years ago by Mr. A. H. Wilder. It was occupied for several years by N. Pierce and family and is the birthplace of Mrs. F. A. Sikes of this city. It is a relic of pioneer days and has an interesting history.” The Athena press, June 13, 1905, pg. 4, col. 1

1910: “Reward of $127.50 Won by Prineville Men by Capture of Marauding Wild Beast” (pelt of largest grey wolf yet seen in area) Photo published in Oregonian and credited “Photograph by Fallgatter” datelined Prineville. Morning Oregonian, February 3, 1910, pg. 6, cols. 2-3.

1910: “Picnic at Wamic. Miss Pearl Isenberg, daughter of M. P. Isenberg, closed her school Friday at Wamic, giving her pupils a picnic in the grove below town. … J. W. Fallgatter, the artist, was present and took photos of the children …” The Hood River news, June 22, 1910, pg. 7, col. 3.

1911: “Laidlaw, Or. Feb. 28 — A number of the Laidlaw residents attended the lecture Sunday, by J. A. Fallgatter, of Redmond. The subject of the address was ‘Socialism,’ and the speaker handled the subject in a very interesting and appreciative manner.” The Bend bulletin, March 01, 1911, Image 8, col. 2-3.

1911: “Delinquent Tax List 1911: … Redmond … Ellinger’s Addition … J. A. Fallgatter, lots 6, 7, blk 11. 6.72” Crook County journal (Prineville) September 12, 1912, pg. 8, col. 1.

Historic photos and images