Lewis, Charles C. (Monmouth)

Charles C. Lewis (Monmouth)
1891-1909 Monmouth
I have seen stereocards with his imprint, but it is probably a dealership for ones photographed and manufactured by another company. Seen one which might be his.
Directory Listings
1901 POWA pg. 232 Monmouth “Lewis, Charles C. photographer”
1903 POW pg. 259 Monmouth “Lewis, Charles C photographer”
1905 POW pg. 302 Monmouth “Lewis, Charles C photographer”
1907 POW pg. 310 Monmouth “Lewis, Charles C photographer”
1909 POW pg. 255 Monmouth “Lewis, Charles C photographer”
Mautz Oregon “Lewis, C. C., 1890, Monmouth”
Photographer’s Imprints
“Oregon State Normal School, C. C. Lewis, Monmouth, Or. Not The Form But The Spirit. Class ’94” imprinted cabinet card front.
News items and advertisements
1894: “Ascent of Mount Rainier — Messrs. A. B. McAlpin and T. Brooke White, of this city, and Mr. C. C. Lewis, of Monmouth, returned during the week, having spent a night on the summit of Mount Rainier. They are well equipped for measuring and photographing the mountain, having with them five first-class barometers and two cameras, and the result of their observation and development of views will be awaited with interest, especially by Mazamas. Oregonian, 2 September 1894, pg. 5, col. 3.
1903: “Mr. Lewis, the photographer of Monmouth, is billed here for March 11th, for an entertainment of moving pictures of Oregon scenery in general.” Independence enterprise, March 05, 1903, pg. 7, col. 5.
1904: “Photographer C. C. Lewis is spending the holidays in Portland.” West side enterprise. (Independence), December 30, 1904, pg. 1, col. 6.
1917: “Monmouth Twenty Five Years Ago… (reprinting old newspaper items) Mr. Lewis was photographer” The Monmouth herald, December 14, 1917, pg. 2, col. 3.
Photographer’s Association of the Pacific Northwest, Programme of Seventh Annual Convention, September 3rd – 6th, 1907, Seattle; n.p. 1907. (unpaginated) “Members Photographic Association of the Pacific Northwest 1907…Lewes (sic), C. C.—Monmouth, Ore…”
The Pacific Northwest (Portland, periodical) Dec 1896, Vol. 1, no. 7, pg. 5-6, shows 4 views of Josephine Caves, credited to C. C. Lewis. (Mult Cty Lib ø917.9 Pg. 147 oversize)