Oregon toughs, circa 1900. Cigarettes and hats required.

Coney Island promenade - circa 1905.

Situwuka and Katkwachsnea, Native American couple, 1912

Boniface Berkmyer, train lineman

Only confirmed photograph of Billy the Kid

Young White Bull (the son of Joseph White Bull) - Mniconjou - circa 1915

Brighton Swimming Club, 1853

On August 14, 1848, Congress created the Oregon Territory, an area encompassing present-day Oregon, Idaho, Washington, and parts of western Montana and Wyoming. Peter Burnett, a Missouri lawyer who joined an expedition to the Oregon Territory in 1843, hoped to make enough money there to repay his accumulated debt.

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Cowboys 1895 Oregon

Beach buddies circa 1930, love this picture

CABINET OF TWO LAWMEN AND THEIR GUNS, ca 1890-1900. Handsome image of two unnamed lawmen posing proudly with their Winchesters.

Beautiful portrait of a young girl named Ethel in Cincinnati, OH wearing a hat, ca. 1891.

cowboys from Wyoming....A group of cowboys taking a break for the camera, circa 1890.

Mark Twain: 15 years old

ca. 1875, [tintype portrait of a butcher] via the International Center of Photography, America and the Tintype Collection

Dead Outlaws Images Old West | Black Bart the Legend by Dunniway & Co. #History #Wild #West

During the Blitz, many children were evacuated out of the cities to safer places in the country, these children here, from East London, seemed to be checking out their curious identification labels.

Charles Earl Bolles (1829–Disappeared 1888?), alias Black Bart, was an American Old West outlaw noted for his poetic messages left after each robbery. A gentleman bandit, Black Bart was one of the most notorious stagecoach robbers to operate in and around Northern California and southern Oregon during the 1870s and 1880s. The fame he received for his numerous daring thefts is rivaled only by his reputation for style and sophistication.

Antique photo of unidentified woman cattle rancher in old west Colorado, circa 1890.

Young Union Civil War Soldier.