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Confluence of the Deschutes with the Columbia River in Eastern Oregon

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Ray Atkeson, Confluence of the Deschutes with the Columbia River in Eastern Oregon, ca. 1950s (negative); 2008 (print), pigment print, Museum Purchase: Funds provided by Baron Barnett, Phil Bard, Kathleen Canfield-Rick, John Lutz, James Piper, and Dale LaFollette, © unknown, research required, 2008.72.5

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Title

Confluence of the Deschutes with the Columbia River in Eastern Oregon

Artist

Ray Atkeson (American, 1907-1990)

Date

ca. 1950s (negative); 2008 (print)

Medium

pigment print

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image: 15 1/2 in x 20 in; sheet: 18 in x 22 1/2 in

Collection Area

Photography; Northwest Art

Category

Photographs

Object Type

photograph

Culture

American

Credit Line

Museum Purchase: Funds provided by Baron Barnett, Phil Bard, Kathleen Canfield-Rick, John Lutz, James Piper, and Dale LaFollette

Accession Number

2008.72.5

Copyright

© unknown, research required

Terms

photographs

Picturing Oregon

pigment prints

rivers

Place Made

Created in and depicts: Oregon

Related Places

Depicts: Deschutes

Depicts: Columbia River

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