Beautiful. Amazing what you can see when there are no buildings or trees blocking your view.
Any of these houses still in existence?
L.E. on 16th January 2020 @ 7:43am
Click on the Reed tag and you will come up with a photo of the house where this photo was taken from. Lots of information with that photo.
It is still in existence.
L.E. on 16th January 2020 @ 7:50am
It looks like most of the oak trees had been removed.
Jeffrey Bryant on 16th January 2020 @ 8:09am
If 814 Oak is on the North side of the street, is the house in the left foreground on State Street, below Oak? And Columbia Street below that? I did a quick look at street view for those streets, to see if any of those houses are still there, and it is amazing how thick the trees are now, especially compared to 1911. It's hard to see many of the current houses.
jay on 16th January 2020 @ 10:04am
I was amazed at how much clearing and logging has been done on Underwood at that time, wonder if the lack of trees along the street was from earlier providing wood for the Steamboats ?
Jim Gray on 16th January 2020 @ 10:51am
The next street down is Cascade, then Columbia. The house to the left is a good match with the one at the SW corner of Cascade and 9th. It's got the same porch and bay window and the same general structure. The loft space seems to have been remodeled a bit, or maybe the snow is obscuring it.
ArthurB on 16th January 2020 @ 10:55am
Arthur, looking at the lower-mid right hand corner of the photograph you get a glimpse of the SW corner of the old armory building, then a carpenter shop on the first floor and a roller skating facility on the second floor. Source: Sanborn map Hood River, March 1909, map 2.
LMH on 20th January 2020 @ 8:44am