|Title||View over Ashland, Oregon; Snow covered trees and field; Small waterfall in a rocky stream |
|Photographer||Bushnell, Corydon Addison |
|Notes||PH Coll 787.1 |
|Contextual Notes||Corydon Addison Bushnell produced the photographs in this collection. Born in Eugene, Oregon in 1866, to Jemias Melvina and John Corydon Bushnell. Corydon married Miss Harriet J. Herron in Oregon. A few years later they moved to Seattle where he established the Bushnell Studio in 1902 with E. E. James. Mr. Bushnell worked as a photographer in Seattle until about 1936. He died in Seattle on June 10, 1941.|
Pearl Riggs Crouch wrote the accompanying poetry. She is better known for her book Dry Land Prairie published in 1940.
Poems accompanying photographs: "Ashland--/ Pearl of the Siskiyous--/ Of opporunity/ possessed,/ In beauty serves/ as the Southern Gate/ to the glories/ of/ The Great Northwest" ; "Once in a/ winter-moon/ it falls--/Softly and/ feather-slow--/ Then with the sun/ it vanishes--/ The miracle/ of/ snow." ; "I spring/ from snowy heights/ inviolate,/ thru ferny grots/ and tranquil/ willow-shade./ Where silver trout/ dart silently/ and deep,/ And shallow, sunlit/ pools,/ Where chilldren wade."
|Subjects (LCSH)||xyz |
|Digital Collection||Society and Culture Collection|
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|Repository||University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections |
|Repository Collection||C.A. Bushnell and Pearl R. Crouch Photographs and Poetry. PH Coll 787 |
|Object Type||Photograph |
|Digital Reproduction Information|| Scanned from a photographic print using a Microtek Scanner in JPEG format at compression rate 3 and resized to 768x600 ppi. 2012 |