Garnett, Allen (Pendleton, Weston)

Allen Garnett (Pendleton, Weston)

Photographer’s Imprints
“A Garnett, Weston, Oregon, USA” cabinet card, stamped imprint on front

News Items and Advertisements
1898: “Allen Garnet, the Weston shoemaker, has turned artist, and is fixing up a photographer’s tent.” (Weston newspaper item copied) Pendleton Tribune, 24 May 1898, pg. 1, col. 6.

1913: “Allen Garnett, a prominent citizen of Weston, left Monday morning for Starbuck where he will meet his sister who arrives from England. Mr. Garnett will make his home in Starbuck.” East Oregonian (Pendleton), October 30, 1913, pg. 3, col. 3.

1919: “Testimony was taken Monday at Dayton, Washington, in the case of J. F. Snider vs. Allen Garnett — suit for mortgage foreclosure on a tract of land along the Snake river. Clarence Rexroad of Roseburg and a number of Weston people were present as witnesses. The Weston leader, October 03, 1919, pg. 4, col. 1.

1919: “Quite a number of Weston’s population will attend court in Dayton, Wash., this week as witnesses in the civil suit of Allen Garnett vs. J. F. Snider.” East Oregonian (Pendleton), September 30, 1919, sec. 2, pg. 10, col. 1.

1922: “Allen Garnett came down this week from Sprague, Wash., and expects to again make Weston his abiding place.” The Athena press, June 09, 1922, pg. 4, col. 3.