1899: “Photographs. Having purchased the gallery of D. Bradley, I am prepared to do first-class work in my line. Gallery open every day of the week except Sunday. Now is the time to get good work at fair prices. Promptness and first-class work our motto. Foster, Photographer.” The Hood River glacier, August 11, 1899, pg. 2, col. 6.
1899: “Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foster are preparing to start on their trip to California
and expect to go next week. They will go by way of the Prineville country and will enter California from Lakeview. Fred is taking a complete photographing outfit with him and will make a specialty of doing fine work while on his travels,
He is disposing of his furniture and some that was left by Mr. Ballard at prices
astonishingly low. A large desk and book case, that cost $40, he is disposing for $15. The Hood River glacier, pg. 3, col. 1.
1899: “Chas. S. Riggs is now proprietor of the photograph gallery lately occupied by Fred Foster. Mr. Riggs has been doing considerable photo work in the valley and his work is pronounced first class. The Hood River glacier, September 15, 1899, pg. 3, col. 2.