Schwichtenberg, Hugo E. (Portland)

Hugo E. Schwichtenberg (Portland)
1889-1891 Portland
1894 Pomona CA
Directory Listings
1888 PCD pg. 475 “Schwichtenberg, Hugo L, clk bds 312 Jefferson”
1889 PCD pg. 494 “Schwichtenberg, Hugo L, photographer, bds 312 Jefferson”
1890 PCD pg. 659 Albina “Schwichtenberg, Hugo photogr res Mitchell n w cor Goldsmith”
1891 POWI pg. 509 Portland “Schwichtenberg, Hugo E., photographer, North Side Cardwell bew Russell and Knott, Albina”
1891 PCD pg. 803 Albina “Schwichtenberg, Hugo E, Portrait and Landscape Photographer w s Cardwell bet Russell and Knott, res Goldsmith s w cor Mitchell” plus display ad pg. 803 quoted below.
Mautz Oregon “Schwichtenberg, 1890, Albina”
Photographer’s Imprints
“Schwichtenberg, Headquarters No. 9 Grant Street, Portland, Oregon” printed on mount front, 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 print “Exposition Music Hall 1890” captioned in negative. “Schwichtenberg, Photo. Cardwell Street, Near Russell, Albina, Oregon” printed front cabinet card. “H. Schwichtenberg, Photographer” rubber stamp on back of 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 view, front is printed “Residence of” and not filled in. View of house and occupants. (OHS)
“Schwichtenberg Photo Co. Bartlett Building, Pomona Cala.” printed front cabinet card, ms date Feb. 8th, 1894.
News Items and Advertisements
1891: “Schwichtenberg, The Albina Fotografer, Cardwell St. near Russell, Albina Or. The Highest Quality Work, Prices within the reach of all. Landscape Work Done To Order” Polk’s Portland City Directory 1891, Portland, R. L. Polk & Co. 1891, pg. 803.
1895: “Died. Schwichtenberg, Mrs. Charlotte Schwichtenberg, wife of Rev. H. A. Schwichtenberg, mother of M. F., O. H. and H E Schwichtenberg. San Francisco and Pomona papers please copy.” Morning Oregonian, June 27, 1895, pg. 7, col. 3.
1900: (Classified Ad) “Wanted — Photographer, Capable of first-class retouching and good operating; man, sober, steady; place Southern California; permanent job to right party; none but competent need apply; salary $80 per month; references: submit samples, retouching especially, operating if possible also. O. H. Schwichtenberg 443 East 18th north.” Morning Oregonian, November 19, 1900, pg. 8, col. 2.
1912: “Schwichtenberg, of Pomona, is being kept busy with high school and general work. He got out no less than three thousand prints one week. His good wife is certainly a helpmate.” Camera Craft, Vol. XIX, No. 7, July 1912
Brown, Robert O., Nineteenth Century Portland, Oregon Photographers: A Collector’s Handbook (author; Portland, 1991) pg. 76.