Ellery, Danforth (Portland)

Danforth Ellery (Portland)
Joined the Oregon Camera Club on March 9, 1898. In that year’s annual exhibition, he showed “some noteworthy character-poses.” He did all of his portraiture in the OCC studio. In the 1899 exhibition, he showed two portraits. In 1900 he showed “There were Just Two and the Other One was Booth,” “Do Actors Ever Eat? Well Yes, Sometimes” and “By the Way.” In 1909 he showed “A Profile Study.” In 1910 he exhibited three, titled “Ynez,” “My, But It’s Cold” and “The Artist.” He was active through 1919. He was a freight agent contractor for the Wisconsin Central Railway, and later opened his own real estate and insurance company.