Starkweather, A. H. (Oregon City, Forest Grove, Pendleton)

1874: “PICTURES.– A new photograph establishment has been opened in a canvas house, on Main street, near the express office, by Messrs. Starkweather & Loller. They take good pictures. Bring your ‘sweetness’ in and have her picture taken. Also patronize them by having your own features transferred to a card, so that in the coming years you may know how you looked in the time gone by.”Oregon City enterprise, July 10, 1874, pg. 3, col. 1.
1874: Review of the Washington County Fair “Photograph galleries, conducted by Lewis & Cronse, A. H. Starkweather and C. M. Duvall are situated in the main thoroughfare.” Morning Oregonian, September 29, 1874, pg. 1, col. 7.
1876: “Your Picture. Mr. Starkweather, the artist is now in Forest Grove prepared to take pictures i the best style of the art. All who want good pictures at the lowest rates in Oregon better give him and partner, R. D. Shearer, a call right away as they are going east of the mountains in two or three weeks.” Washington independent (Hillsboro), April 20, 1876, pg. 3, col. 1.
1877: “Photograph Gallery. A. H. Starkweather. Practical Photographer. Main Street, Pendleton, Oregon. Having fitted up a gallery with suitable sky-light, I am prepared to do all kinds of work in my line in the best style, and at reasonable rates. Pictures copied and enlarged. And all kind of country produce taken in exchange for work. Pictures taken during any kind of weather.” The east Oregonian. (Pendleton), December 08, 1877, pg. 2, col. 7.
1877: “A. H. Starkweather. After getting shaved walk right up stairs where you will find Mr. Starkweather ready to take your picture. And he knows just how to do it. If you want a good picture, here is the place to get it. Remember, up-stairs over the barber shop.” The east Oregonian. (Pendleton), December 29, 1877, pg. 3, col. 1.
1878: “A. H. Starkweather will re-open his gallery over the barber shop next Monday. Those wanting pictures will govern themselves accordingly.” The east Oregonian. (Pendleton), December 21, 1878, pg 3, col. 1.
1879: Article about Army preparations for Indian War in Umatilla county. List of officers with ranking. “A. H. Stackweather, aide de camp on staff of Brig. Gen. Turner, with rank of captain” The Corvallis gazette, March 28, 1879, pg. 2, col. 5.
1879: “A. H. Starkweather and Floyd McDonald have been on a visit to Granite Creek, and returned this week. They report the prospects of the mines very flattering… ” The east Oregonian. (Pendleton), May 17, 1879, Image 3, col. 2.
1879: A. H. Starkweather returned to Pendleton from working on his ledge at the Granite Creek mines. The east Oregonian (Pendleton), July 19, 1879, pg. 3, col. 1.
1879: “Wool, Hides, Furs, Pelts. I have $10,000 in my hands for the purchase of Furs, Hides, Wool, and Pelts. The highest market price paid. Office at R. Alexander & Cp.’s Store, Pendleton. A. H. Starkweather.” The east Oregonian (Pendleton), December 13, 1879, pg 2, col. 4. First appearance of a repeating advertisement.
1880: “A. H. Starkweather, loaded two teams the past week with hides, expecting them to meet the steamboat at Umatilla.” The east Oregonian. (Pendleton), January 10, 1880, pg. 1, col. 1.
1880: “A. H. Starkrider retires from the Sherriff’s office and Robert Sargent is now the only living deputy.” The east Oregonian (Pendleton), December 18, 1880, pg. 3, col. 2.
1881: A. H. Starkrider appointed constable of Pendleton Precinct.” The east Oregonian (Pendleton), January 15, 1881, pg. 3, col. 2.