Thompson, Harry (Cottage Grove)

Thompson, Harry

Directory Listings
1881 Ore pg. 537 Cottage Grove “Thompson, H., photographer and barber”
Mautz Oregon “Thompson, Harry, 1880-1890, Cottage Grove”

News Items and Advertisements
1879: “Real Estate Transactions … R. H. Hazelton to Harry Thompson, lot in Cottage Grove; con,$40 …” The Eugene City guard, April 05, 1879, pg. 5, col. 2.
1879: “Cottage Grove Items…. Our village still improves. This week our photographer, Mr. H. Thompson, started to build a gallery.” The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, July 26, 1879, pg. 5, col. 2.
1879: “Cottage Grove Items … Cottage Grove, August 23. … Mr. Harry Thompson has about completed a photograph gallery …” East Oregonian (Pendleton) 6 September 1879, pg. 2, col. 2.
1881: “Real Estate Transactions for December … Harry Thompson to W. L. Snodgrass, lot in Cottage Grove; con, $30.” (another sale to the same buyer listed, as well as a sale by the buyer) Eugene City guard, December 31, 1881, pg. 5, col. 3.
1882: “In the matter of the application of Harry Thompson, for license to sell spirituous liquors in quantities less than a quart at Cottage Grove; ordered that a license be granted him for one year.” Eugene City guard, September 09, 1882, pg. 5, col. 2.
1882: “Cottage Grove Items … The wife of Harry Thompson has been quite sick for several days.” Eugene City guard, October 21, 1882, pg. 5, col. 2.
1883: “Harry Thompson has received a fine billiard table.” The Eugene City guard, January 06, 1883, pg. 5, col. 3.
1883: “We understand that several juveniles entered Mr. Harry Thompson’s saloon by the way of the cat-hole, and helped themselves to a quantity of candies, act, amounting to several dollars.” Eugene City guard, July 07, 1883, Image 5, col. 5.
1892: “Saloons Closed. — Cottage Grove recently raised the liquor license in that town to $400 per annum, payable in advance. The two saloons at that place, run by Harry Thompson and John Cardwell, we understand, thinking the license too high, Tuesday closed their places of business, and now our sister city is a ‘dry’ town.” Eugene City guard, April 16, 1892, pg. 5, col. 4.
1892: “Cottage Grove Items. … Harry Thompson is having the second story of his fine new building just east of the opera hall, finished for hall purposes. The location is one of the finest and most valuable in the city.” Eugene City guard, July 30, 1892, pg. 1, col. 7.