Harman, James (The Dalles)

James Harman, (The Dalles, Lyle WA)

It appears that Harman moved into Gilhousen’s gallery for several weeks in late January 1885 and then Partridge moved into the gallery during the first week of February 1885.

News Items and Advertisements
1885: “Ferrotypes. James Harman will make seven ferrotype pictures for $1, for the next 8 days, at his new gallery in Col Gates’ new brick building, opposite the Court house. Bring this notice with you and it will be taken as 25 cts cash on one dozen pictures. All work guaranteed.” The Dalles Times-Mountaineer 17 January 1885, pg. 3, col. 3.

1885: “Cabinets, Boudoir, and 8×10 photographs at Harman’s gallery, opposite the Court house.” The Dalles Times-Mountaineer 24 January 1885, pg. 3, col. 1.

1893: “Hotel Arrivals … Columbia … James Harman, Lyle” The Dalles daily chronicle, March 02, 1893, pg. 3, col. 5.

1894: “Hotel Arrivals … Columbia … James Harman, Lyle” The Dalles daily chronicle, March 27, 1894, pg. 3, col. 4.

1894: James Harman, of Lyle, petitions The Dalles City Council for $60 for damages he claims were caused when herding cattle through town for shipment. He claims that two cattle got away and one died. The Dalles daily chronicle, April 21, 1894, pg. 1, col. 9.

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