Fotógrafo Arthur Prentiss. Fotografía antigua Oregon Columbia River Highway


La fotografía recoge uno de los puntos mas caracteristicos de la Columbia River Highway "Hood River Loops, Columbia River Highway near Hood river".

En 1913 se decide la construcción de esta autopista en el estado de Oregón que recorre unos paisajes maravillosos y agrestes a la vez.

No solo es un "national landmark" (algo asi como Monumento Nacional de/en la naturaleza) sino también como una obra de ingeniería muy adelantada para su tiempo.

Arthur Prentiss recoge con su cámara, en este acaso las curvas que hace la carretera convirtiéndolas en el centro de la imagen, a la izquierda de la foto una casa de madera nos sitúa en el entorno rural propio de principios del siglo XX.


En (google translator)
The picture shows one of the most characteristic points of the Columbia River Highway "Hood River Loops, Columbia River Highway near Hood River".

In 1913 the construction of this highway is decided in the state of Oregon that runs wild and wonderful landscapes while.

Not only is a "national landmark" (something like National Monument / in nature) but also as a very advanced piece of engineering for its time.

Arthur Prentiss picks with his camera, in this case the curves that makes the road making them the center of the image to the left of the picture a wooden house itself puts us in the rural environment of the early twentieth century.


     Wikipedia Columbia River Highway
     Wikipedia Arthur Prentiss
     Portland Oregon Wild Beatuy Museum. Photographs of the Columbia River
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     Collections with vintage photographs Prentiss (alone and in Associaton with Gifford)

     Angelus Studio photograps University of Oregon. Historic Photographs Collections: George Weister founded the studio, and HAD negatives dating back to 1872 I worked as an official photographer for a railroad company. The bulk of His Work was commercial photography. According To the typewritten paper, and ms notes, have died in 1918 or 1922 or 1923 Upon Weister's death (or disability) have sold his studio to Arthur Prentiss, who HAD worked for him since 1910 (Oregon Photographers by Thomas Robinson)
     Brice P. Disque Photographs. University of Oregon Historic Photograph collections
     Gerald W. Williams Collection Oregon State University Libraries Archives
     Kiser Photo Co. photographes. Oregon State University Libraries Archives
     Gifford's photographes Collection. Oregon State University Libraries Archives
     Photographs by Prentiss are included in the "Farm Security Administration - Office of War Information Collection" hold in the Library of Congres. These photographs are a National Landmark of the history of the United States: The black-and-white photographs of the Farm Security Administration-Office of War Information Collection are a landmark in the history of documentary photography. The images show Americans at home, at work, and at play, With an emphasis on rural and small-town life and the adverse effects of the Great Depression, the Dust Bowl, and increase increasing farm mechanization. Some of the Most Famous Who Were images portray people displaced from farms and migrated West or industry to cities in search of work.
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         Forest trail in Washington
     [Between 1935 and 1942] | 1 negative | Prentiss, Arthur M.
     USF34- LC-014442-C [P & P] | LC-USF34-014442-C (b & amp; w film nitrate neg.)
          Equipment of the high climber. Washington
     [Between 1935 and 1942] | 1 negative | Prentiss, Arthur M.
     USF34- LC-014 443-C [P & P] | LC-USF34-014443-C (b & amp; w film nitrate neg.)