unidentified Mazama (Monmouth)

“PICTURES OF CITY MUSEUM. For several days during the past week a photographer of Monmouth, who is also a Mazama, and has taken many views of mountain scenery, has been engaged in making a series of stereoscopic views, general and special, of the contents of the City Free Museum. Aided and abetted by Colonel L. L. Hawkins, he has taken in all some 40 different views in the interest of the State Normal School at Monmouth and other schools, the pupils of which will thus be enabled to form a good idea of the museum, and many of the most interesting
articles exhibited there. He intends to make magic-lantern slides from many of his pictures.” Morning Oregonian, November 05, 1900, pg. 5, col. 1.