The information on the back of this print is a bit confusing, but it is identified as the Woodworth Ranch "Lava Beds Orchard" in Parkdale, about 1902. The names Nancy Wilson and Rose Woodworth are listed. The image is from the John Wilson file.
According to "The History of Early Pioneer Families of Hood River, Oregon," Rose and G.D. Woodworth came to Hood River in 1896 along witth their children. We previously saw two daughters, Idel and Ethel, in this image. Idel died while still young, and Ethel and her husband drowned on their honeymoon in Alaska.
We previously saw Nancy Wilson in this image from 1919. It looks like a pretty good match to the woman on the left, though if that image is from 1919 I'm not as sure about this one being from 1902.
You girls go gather firewood, I have to stay here and hold up this pole.
KK on 6th January 2020 @ 7:46am
Is that a large tent in the background? Looks like a long term encampment.
And what do you call those skirts/ skorts/ pantaloons they are wearing?
nels on 6th January 2020 @ 8:56am
In 1902 John Wilson was farming in the Parkdale area. Sometime prior to 1910 he moved into Hood River.
His children were Austin, Laura, George, Grace, Flora and Viola. His daughter Flora worked in the Hood River post office for many years. She was a good friend of my granfather's second wife (NOT my grandmother). After her retirement since she never married and apparently her family was pretty well gone, she moved into my grandfather's home as a boarder. She lived there until she died in 1966.
Charlott on 7th January 2020 @ 7:13am