Corvallis Photograph Gallery
1880 Pacific Coast pg. 364: “Heslap (sic) E, Corvallis”
1881 Ore pg. Corvallis “Heslop, E., photographer”
1886 POWI and Pacific Coast Not listed
Mautz Oregon “Heslap (sic), E., 1880-1883, Corvallis”
“E Heslop, successor to L. Goldson, Photographer, Corvallis, Oregon” CDV printed back
“E. Heslop, Corvallis, Oregon.” printed back cabinet card
News Items and Advertisements
1879: “Dr. Haslop (sic), of Portland, has made arrangement to take charge of the Goldson Photographic Gallery, next week. The Doctor stands at the head of the picture business and will fully sustain the fine reputation of the gallery.” Corvallis gazette, August 29, 1879, pg. 3, col. 2.
1879: “Dr. Heslop, of Portland arrived by last Wednesday’s stage, and yesterday took charge of the Goldson photographic gallery. The Doctor has the reputation of being a first class artist.” Corvallis gazette, September 05, 1879, pg. 3, col.2.
1879: “Dr. Heslop has full charge of the Goldson photographic gallery in this city he will make an announcement next week.” The Corvallis gazette, September 12, 1879, pg. 3, col. 2.
1879: “W. H. Goldson has sold his photograph gallery and entered into partnership with Dr. H. Green in the drug business. J. W. Souther is still with them.” The Corvallis gazette, September 26, 1879, pg. 3, col. 2.
1879: “First Class photography at the Corvallis Gallery. Prices to suit the times, and satisfaction guaranteed.” The Corvallis gazette, October 24, 1879, pg. 3, col. 2. repeating ad to November 7.
1879: “Masquerade Ball: Get yourself photographed, in costume, at the Corvallis Photographic Gallery.” The Corvallis gazette, November 14, 1879, pg. 3, col. 2.
1879: “Everybody is pleased with the Photographs now being made at the Corvallis Photographic Gallery. No pains spared to give satisfaction.” The Corvallis gazette, November 21, 1879, pg. 3, col. 2.
1879: “The most suitable Christmas present is a first class photograph, which can be had, up to life size, at the Corvallis Gallery. Call and see specimens. Pupils taken on reasonable terms.” The Corvallis gazette, December 12, 1879, pg. 3, col. 2.
1879: “Notice to farmers and others — Photography. We will take produce or firewood in exchange for work done at the Corvallis Photographic Gallery. E. Heslop, proprietor. None but good work sent out.” The Corvallis gazette, December 19, 1879, pg. 3, col. 2.
1880: “Died. In this city, January 20, 1880, infant son of Dr. Heslop, aged six weeks.” The Corvallis gazette, January 23, 1880, pg. 2, col. 5.
1880: “The Corvallis Photograph Gallery, E. Heslop, Propt. (late Goldson) is again open for business. First-class work, only not the address, next door to Ira Millers marble yard. Firewood and produce taken in exchange for work.” The Corvallis gazette, August 20, 1880, Image 3, col. 2. Ad repeated Aug. 27
1881: “Corvallis Photograph Gallery. Photographs from Miniature to Life Size. First Class Work Only! Copying in all branches. Produce of all kinds and firewood taken at cash prices. E. Heslop.” The Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Or.) 1862-1899, August 19, 1881, pg. 3, repeating ad to July 7, 1882