Charles and Erskine Wood Family Collection

This collections includes over 300 images from the family papers of Charles Erskine Scott Wood and this son Erskine Wood. The collection includes family photographs, scrapbooks, original C.E.S. Wood watercolors and sketches, and selected manuscript material.

(74 total)
Charles Erskine Scott Wood

Charles Erskine Scott Wood photographic portrait. Taken in San Raphael, California. Original photographic print on fiber paper. 33 x 26.5 cm.

1937-10-13

Nez Perce Horses, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"These are some of Josephs ponies drinking. Josephs nephew Ni[c]ky Mowits, He is now Cool-cool-smool-mool and usualy I drive them from off the hills every morning to water, see that they are all there and catch new ones to ride after them the next day' (EW, 1893) "The water hole was the most convenient place to lasso them, which was our only means of catching them" (EW, later note). See EW journal entry for 6 October 1893: "Visited my traps and then I took my camera and went down to the watering places of the horses and took some pictures of the ponies when they came in . . . ."

1893-10-06

Nez Perce Woman and Children, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Nez Perce squaw, children, and "Steele" - one of the two white men at the Nespilem Agency - 1893 or '94" (EW, later note). See EW journal entry for October 14, 1893: "Tried to take some pictures but an Indian boy who was with me hollerd to the squaws that I was going to take their pictures and one of them made a run at me and made me fold up the camera."

1893-10-14

Nez Perce Woman and Children, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Nez Perce squaws and children - Nespilem Agency - 1893 or '94" (EW, later note). See EW journal entry for October 14, 1893: "Tried to take some pictures but an Indian boy who was with me hollerd to the squaws that I was going to take their pictures and one of them made a run at me and made me fold up the camera." This image published with OHQ journal transcript.

1893-10-14

Nez Perce Butchering Government Steers at the Nespelem Agency, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Nespilem - Butchering government steers." (EW, later note.) See EW journal entry for November 20, 1893: "Then some of the Indians got on their horses and dragged the steers out of the corrall and then they commenced to butcher them and I was sneaking around taking pictures I shot off all I had in the camera six and then I loaded her up and took some more" See also EW letter of 11/22/93: "We killed six steers yesterday and I got quite a few pictures of them butchering and dividing the meat."

1893-11-20

Nez Perce Butchering Government Steers at the Nespelem Agency, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Nespilem Agency buildings. Some of Joseph's band butchering government steers." (EW, later note.) See EW journal entry for November 20, 1893: "Then some of the Indians got on their horses and dragged the steers out of the corrall and then they commenced to butcher them and I was sneaking around taking pictures I shot off all I had in the camera six and then I loaded her up and took some more" See also EW letter of 11/22/93: "We killed six steers yesterday and I got quite a few pictures of them butchering and dividing the meat."

1893-11-20

Nez Perce Butchering Government Steers at the Nespelem Agency, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Nespilem - 1893 or '94 Dragging steers, that had just been shot, out of the corrals. These were furnished by the Government for meat. Indian furthest to right is Nicky Mowitz, my boy companion, and some sort of nephew or relation to Joseph - probably by marriage." (EW, later note.) See EW journal entry for November 20, 1893: "Then some of the Indians got on their horses and dragged the steers out of the corrall and then they commenced to butcher them and I was sneaking around taking pictures I shot off all I had in the camera six and then I loaded her up and took some more" See also EW letter of 11/22/93: "We killed six steers yesterday and I got quite a few pictures of them butchering and dividing the meat."

1893-11-20

Nez Perce Butchering Government Steers at the Nespelem Agency, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Butchering steers (firnished by the Gov't) at Nespilem 1893 or '94. Chief Joseph's band." (EW, later note.) See EW journal entry for November 20, 1893: "Then some of the Indians got on their horses and dragged the steers out of the corrall and then they commenced to butcher them and I was sneaking around taking pictures I shot off all I had in the camera six and then I loaded her up and took some more" See also EW letter of 11/22/93: "We killed six steers yesterday and I got quite a few pictures of them butchering and dividing the meat."

1893-11-20

Nez Perce Butchering Government Steers at the Nespelem Agency, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Nespilem 1893 - or '94, Nez Perces of Joseph's band butchering gov't steers, furnished them for a meat ration." (EW, later note.) See EW journal entry for November 20, 1893: "Then some of the Indians got on their horses and dragged the steers out of the corrall and then they commenced to butcher them and I was sneaking around taking pictures I shot off all I had in the camera six and then I loaded her up and took some more" See also EW letter of 11/22/93: "We killed six steers yesterday and I got quite a few pictures of them butchering and dividing the meat." This image published with OHQ journal transcript.

1893-11-20

Red Curlew Butchering Government Steers at the Nespelem Agency, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Haweet haweet Ilpilp (Red Curlew) butchering gov't steers Nespilem - 1893 or '94" (EW, later note.) See EW journal entry for November 20, 1893: "Then some of the Indians got on their horses and dragged the steers out of the corrall and then they commenced to butcher them and I was sneaking around taking pictures I shot off all I had in the camera six and then I loaded her up and took some more" See also EW letter of 11/22/93: "We killed six steers yesterday and I got quite a few pictures of them butchering and dividing the meat."

1893-11-20

Red Curlew Butchering Government Steers at the Nespelem Agency, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Haweet haweet Ilpilp - butchering steer. Nespilem - 1893 - '94" (EW, later note.) See EW journal entry for November 20, 1893: "Then some of the Indians got on their horses and dragged the steers out of the corrall and then they commenced to butcher them and I was sneaking around taking pictures I shot off all I had in the camera six and then I loaded her up and took some more" See also EW letter of 11/22/93: "We killed six steers yesterday and I got quite a few pictures of them butchering and dividing the meat."

1893-11-20

Nez Perce Storehouse, Nespelem Agency, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"A Nez Perce 'Ictas House' at Nespilem, Colville Reservation, Chief Joseph's headquarters in 1893. 'Ictas' in Chinook means 'things' or 'belongings.' Hence, an Ictas house is a store house, where things were stored that were not kept in the tepees, or taken on journeys. The dog in this picture is I think the grey-white little fellow (probably part coyote) that belonged to Chief Joseph, and used to sleep with me to keep warm (and me too) and tree native pheasants for me. I forget his name. But it may have been 'Elowtewa,' meaning 'friend.' " (EW, later note.) See EW journal entry for November 21, 1893: "I went into Little Man Chief's Ictas house (footnote: 'A small shack patched together with rough boards where he kept his treasures') with his squaw and she showed me a whole lot of fine things. Beaded buckskin shirt, baskets, Indian hats, a fine red stone pipe that Little man chief had gotten from a Souix." This image published with OHQ journal transcript.

1893-11-21

Nez Perce Woman Splitting Wood, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Nez Perce squaw splitting wood - at Nespilem - 1893 - 94" (EW, later note). Cf. EW journal entry for November 22, 1893: "I took my camera after breakfast and went up to Alieu to mak kawkts teppe to take some pictures of his wife and sister but they had gone after some lodge poles and so I came back . . ."

1893~

Nez Perce Tepee, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"A long, or winter eneet (wigwam) on the riverbottom at Nespilem. This is probably the one I lived in with Chief Joseph and 4 or 5 other families" (EW, later note). See EW journal for November 24 and 25, 1893: ""At noon they started to move and they went down about half a mile where the squaws joined 4 or 5 tepees together and made a tepee like we had in the mountains. Joseph was at one end and Rose Bush at the other and 5 families down the sides." "After breakfast I went up the creek to the mill and got my camera and shot off the remai[ni]ng 3 fils then I loaded her up and went down to the tepees and got 12 fine pictures some of the tepees and most the others of squaws doing fine things."

1893-11-25

New Perce Teepees, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"This picture shows the squaws putting up the lodge poles for the long teppe which they make in the Winter time. Joseph and about 6 other families are going to live in this one." EW, 1893" "It will contain 4 fires in a row, instead of the usual 1, In the center of the round tepee. Tepee is I believe a Sioux word. The Nez Perce word is E-neet. It was in these long eneets that we used to hold the mimic war dances on winter evenings - up and down the row of fires - with the great drum beating at one end." (EW, later note). See EW journal for November 24 and 25, 1893: ""At noon they started to move and they went down about half a mile where the squaws joined 4 or 5 tepees together and made a tepee like we had in the mountains. Joseph was at one end and Rose Bush at the other and 5 families down the sides." "After breakfast I went up the creek to the mill and got my camera and shot off the remai[ni]ng 3 fils then I loaded her up and went down to the tepees and got 12 fine pictures some of t

1893-11-25

Nez Perce Woman Carrying Wood, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"This is a squaw carrying some logs of wood" (EW, 1893). See journal entry for November 25, 1893: "After breakfast I went up the creek to the mill and got my camera and shot off the remai[ni]ng 3 fils then I loaded her up and went down to the tepees and got 12 fine pictures some of the tepees and most the others of squaws doing fine things."

1893-11-25

Nez Perce Sweat House, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"This is a sweat house. It hasn't been used today as you see there is snow on it. The creek runs right by it and when the Indians come out of the sweat house they go into the cold water. They put blankets over the door to keep the steam in. They make the steam by pouring water on hot rocks. This house will hold 4 men and a boy. The Indians and I took a bath in it almost every morning that we were camped there" (EW, 1893). This image published with OHQ journal transcript.

1893~

Nez Perce Boys Hatzwul and Nicky Mowitz, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Hatzwul (center) and Nicky Mowitz (extreme left) at Nespilem Agency - 1893 or '94." (EW, later note.) See journal entry for November 26, 1893: "I took twelve more pictures today about half of them portraits." This image published with OHQ journal transcript.

1893~

Two Nez Perce Men at Nespelem, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Nez Perces at Nespilem Agency, 1893 or '94" (EW, later note). This photograph may have been among the ones taken on November 26, 1893: "I took twelve more pictures today about half of them portraits" (EW journal).This image published with OHQ journal transcript.

1893~

Four Nez Perce Men at Nespelem, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Nez Perces at Nespilem Agency" (EW, later note). This photograph may have been among the ones taken on November 26, 1893: "I took twelve more pictures today about half of them portraits" (EW journal). This image published with OHQ journal transcript.

1893~

Two Nez Perce Women on Horseback, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Two Nez Perce squaws - Nespilem Agency Winter - 1893 or '94" (EW, later note). "This photograph may have been among the ones taken on November 26, 1893: "I took twelve more pictures today about half of them portraits" (EW journal).This image published with OHQ journal transcript.

1893~

Nez Perce Man on Horseback, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"A Nez Perce horseman of Joseph's band at Nespilem in winter" (EW, later note). This photograph may have been among the ones taken on November 26, 1893: "I took twelve more pictures today about half of them portraits" (EW journal).

1893~

Nez Perce Boys Sledding, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Indian boys coasting on a home made sled at Nespilem - Probably winter of 1894." This photograph is probably among the ones taken on November 26, 1893: "I took twelve more pictures today about half of them portraits. Then I went and coasted with about 6 boys and tonight I went up and changed films" (EW journal).

1893~

Winter Landscape at Nespelem, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Nespilem - Winter-time" (EW, later note). This photograph may have been among the ones taken on November 26, 1893: "I took twelve more pictures today about half of them portraits" (EW journal)

1893~

A Group of Nez Perce at the Agency Warehouse, 1893

Erskine Wood Photograph from Chief Joseph's Camp at Nespelem, WA, Colville Reservation, 1893.

"Nez Perces at the agency warehouse, Nespilem, 1893 or '94" (EW, later note). See journal for November 30, 1893: "As today was ration day I went up to the commisary and helped Steele and Glasgow give out rations I issued sugar and coffee mostly."

1893-11-30

Portrait of Nicky Mowitz [William Andrews] with His Wife

Nicky Mowitz was later known as Cool Cool Smool Mool, Red Star, and finally William Andrews. For more information see University Washington Digital Collections, Edward H. Latham Collection no. 409; and George Venn, Soldier to Advocate (Wordcraft, 2006), p. 79.

The photograph is isncribed as "Man of authority & his wife - Helped keep order at school -" (note in unknown hand). "Willie Andrews Cool Cool Smool Mool, of my diary E.W." (EW, later note). Inscribed "To My Tillicum Ada Stillwell Dickson"

1903~

Wood family photo album

Front board (pg. 1): Watercolor of farm scene, signed "CESW '93." Possibly the "Shack at 23rd and Flanders" at E.59B. (pg. 2): Illuminated title page by C. E. S. Wood incorporating photographs of himself and his wife and birth dates of their children, dated MDCCCLXXXXII. (pg. 3): Portrait of CESW in coat with astrakhan trimmings, at the age of thirty-one or thirty-two, signed and dated "C. E. S. Wood 1892" and annotated "Born Erie Pa Feb 20, 1852." From the same photo session as the following item and others later, numbered in the lower right corner, so datable to 1883? This image reproduced in Erskine Wood's Life of Charles Erskine Scott Wood, p.79, where his age is given as forty. (pg. 4): Portrait of Erskine, age 4, annotated "Erskine New York, 1883." (pg. 5): Portrait of Nan Moale Smith Wood (NMS) at the age of twenty-four, annotated "Portland 1879." (pg. 6): Portrait of NMS holding baby Nan (born July 1881) with two-year old Erskine standing at her knee. Annotated "Erskine and Nanny West Point N. Y. Sep 1881." (pg. 7): Portrait of Nan (age 2), annotated "Nan New York 1883." (pg. 8): Portrait of Nan, age 2, from the same session as previous item. Annotated "Nan," 1883. (pg. 9) Portrait of Nan, age 11, and Eliza, age 7, enhanced by CESW with a gray watercolor wash. Annotated "Nan & Lisa Portland June '92." (pg. 10): Portrait of Erskine age 13, Max age 8, and Berwick age 5. Image enhanced by CESW with a gray watercolor wash. Annotated "Erskine Maxwell & Berwick Portland June '92." (pg. 11): Portrait of Nan age 11, enhanced by CESW with gray watercolor wash. Annotated "Nan Portland 1892." [June] 1892. (pg. 12): Portrait of Eliza age 7, enhanced by CESW with gray watercolor wash. Annotated "Lisa 1892." (pg. 13): Portrait of Erskine age 13 in a sailor suit. Image enhanced by CESW with gray watercolor wash. Annotated "Erskine 1892." (pg. 14): Portrait of Max age 8 in a sailor suit. Image enhanced by CESW with gray watercolor wash. Annotated "Max Portland 1892." (pg. 15): Portrait of Berwick age 5 in a sailor suit. Image enhanced by CESW with gray watercolor wash. Annotated "Berwick Portland June 1892." (pg. 16): Portrait of NMS holding baby Erskine, born September 1879, in his first year. Annotated "Erskine, Portland, '79." (pg. 17): Portrait of Erskine, age 4, standing by a bear skin rug. Annotated "Erskine New York 1883." (pg. 18): Portrait of Nan, age 2, annotated "Nan New York 1883." (pg. 19A): Portrait of Nan, age 5, and Eliza, age 1, with NMS. Annotated "Nan & Lisa Portland 1886." (pg. 19B): Portrait of Erskine age 5, Nan age 3, and Max age 1. Annotated "Erskine, Nan & Maxwell Portland 1884." (pg. 20A): Portrait of Eliza age 5 in a bonnet. Annotated "Lisa Portland 1890." (pg. 20B): Portrait of Max age 6. Annotated "Max Portland '90." (pg. 21): Portrait of Berwick age 5 in a sailor cap and buttoned coat. Image enhanced by CESW with gray watercolor wash. Annotated "Berwick Winter of '92." (pg. 22): Portrait of Berwick age 5 in a sailor cap and buttoned coat. Image enhanced by CESW with gray watercolor wash. Annotated ""Berwick Winter of '92." (pg. 23): Portrait of CESW in coat with astrakhan trimmings, at the age of thirty-one. Apparently from the same photo session as the following item. (pg. 24): Portrait of CESW in coat with astrakhan trimmings, at the age of thirty-one. Annotated "Portland '92." (pg. 25): Portrait of NMS at the age of twenty-one. Annotated "N. M. S. Washington-1873." (pg. 26): Portrait of CESW age twenty-two, in military uniform and white gloves, holding an officer's sword. Annotated "C. E. S. W. West Point 1874." This image reproduced in Erskine Wood's Life of Charles Erskine Scott Wood, p. 9. (pg. 27): Portrait of NMS at the age of eighteen. Annotated "Nanny M Smith Washington DC 1873." (pg. 28): Portrait of CESW age twenty-two, in military uniform and greatcoat. Annotated "C. E. S. Wood West Point, 1874." (pg. 29): Portrait of Erskine, age 4. Annotated "Erskine NY 83." (pg. 30): Portrait of Erskine, age 4. Annotated "Erskine NY 83." (pg. 31A): Portrait of NMS early in her marriage. Annotated "My mother" and reproduced in Erskine Wood's Life of Charles Erskine Scott Wood, p. 125, with the caption "Mrs. C. E. S. Wood in Washington D. C. as an army officer's young wife." c.1878. (pg. 31B): Portrait of NMS at the age of eighteen. Annotated "My Mother" and reproduced in Erskine Wood's Life of Charles Erskine Scott Wood, p. 27, with a caption beginning "Nan Smith, raised as a belle of Washington, D.C., at age 18 in 1873." (pg. 32A): Portrait of CESW age twenty-two, in military uniform. Annotated "Scotty [with EW's note "My mother's fond nickname for him"], 1874. [EW note "graduation year"] (pg. 32B): Portrait of CESW age twenty-three, in military uniform. Annotated "Lieut Wood Portland 75." (pg. 33A): Portrait of NMS at around eighteen. Annotated "Mother" c. 1873. (pg. 33B): Portrait of NMS at around eighteen. Annotated "Mother" c. 1873. (pg. 33C): Portrait of William Maxwell Wood, CESW's older brother, born 1850. Annotated "Uncle Max Wood-U.S. Navy." c.1875. (pg. 33D): Portrait of CESW, around three years old. Annotated "Lieut. Wood U.S.A[rmy]." c.1855. (pg. 34A): "Portrait of NMS at age sixteen. Annotated on the photograph "16 yrs. June 1871" and captioned "Mother." (pg. 34B): Portrait of NMS at around eighteen. Annotated "Mother" Cf. Item 30B. 1873. (pg. 34C): Portrait of NMS at age sixteen or seventeen. Annotated "My Mother" c. 1872. (pg. 34D): Portrait of CESW age twenty-two, in military uniform. Annotated "Father, as cadet" c.1874. (pg. 34E): Portrait of NMS as a small child on her mother's lap. Annotated "My Grandmother Smith (née Moale) and her daughter, my mother. E. W." c.1860. (pg. 35): Portrait of CESW in evening dress. Pencil annotation "91" presumably indicating date of photograph. (pg. 36A): Portrait of NMS at age twenty-three. Annotated "Oct. 1875" and "My Mother." (pg. 36B): Portrait of NMS at around age twenty-three. Annotated "My Mother." c.1875. (pg. 36C): Portrait of Erskine in his second year, Baltimore 1881. (pg. 36D): Portrait of Erskine in his second year, Baltimore 1881. (pg. 36E): Portrait of NMS with Liza aged around two. c.1887. (pg. 37A): Portrait of Berwick at thirteen months. 1888. (pg. 37B): Portrait of Nan aged around two. c.1883. (pg. 37C): Portrait of Berwick aged around three. c.1890. (pg. 37D): Portrait of Erskine in his first year. c.1880. (pg. 37E): Portrait of NMS with Eliza aged two. Annotated "Eliza Bryson 2 yrs Mar 1887." (pg. 38A): Portrait of Nan aged around four. c. 1885. (pg. 38B): Portrait of Max, aged three. 1887. (pg. 38C): Portrait of Nan aged around four. c.1885. (pg. 39A): Portrait of Erskine aged thirteen in football uniform. 1892. (pg. 39B): Portrait of Erskine with friends Phil Beck and Bruce Wilson. c.1892. (pg. 40A): Portrait of NMS with Eliza, Nan, Max, and friend Babs at Cloud Cap Inn on Mount Hood, 1890. Cloud Cap Inn (built from amabilis fir logs and opened August 6, 1889) was named by NMS. Albert Bierstadt was a guest in 1890. The Hood River Crag Rats saved the inn from Forest Service demolition in 1954, and it was placed on the Oregon's Registry of Historic Places in 1974. (pg. 40B): Portrait of Max, with NMS, Eliza, Nan, and friend Babs in the background at Cloud Cap Inn on Mount Hood. August 1890. (pg. 41): Portrait of Max aged six. 1890. (pg. 42): Portrait of Eliza aged five. 1890. (pg. 43A): Portrait of Eliza aged two. Annotated "Eliza Bryson Wood 2 Yrs Portland." 1887. (pg. 43B): Portrait of Eliza aged two. 1887. (pg. 44A): Portrait of Eliza aged two. 1887. (pg. 44B): Portrait of Erskine in his second year, Baltimore 1881. (pg. 44C): Portrait of Erskine in a bonnet, aged three. 1882. (pg. 45A): Portrait of Erskine aged three, Baltimore 1882. (pg. 45B): Portrait of Eliza and Berwick aged around five and three respectivly. c. 1890. (pg. 46A): Portrait of Erskine, aged around seven. c.1886. (pg. 46B): Portrait of Erskine, age 4 and Nan age 2. 1883. (pg. 46C): Portrait of Nan, age about five. c.1886. (pg. 47A): Portrait of Uncle Phil Breckinridge. Annotated "Uncle Phil Breckinridge Balt[im]o[re] County." Print from tintype housed in Early Photos box, Uncle Phil file. The tintype presentation folder is annotated "Uncle Phil The old servant at Dr N. M. Wood's" and "Tintype of Uncle Phil." Another photo in the same file taken by Norval H. Busey is annotated "Uncle Phil-The old servant at Rosewood Glen." An old photocopy of the current image, also in that file, is annotated "Old Uncle the serving man & gardener at Dr. Wood's country home Baltimore Md Among the Wood boys Erne [CESW] was his favorite He was present at my wedding in my grandmothers house." See also the description in Erskine Wood's Life of Charles Erskine Scott Wood, page 4." c.1875-1880. (pg. 47B): Portrait of Chinese servant, Dock and baby Erskine. 1879. (pg. 48A): Portrait of Chinese servant, Dock. 1879. (pg. 48B): Portrait of Chinese servant, Guy. 1891. (pg. 49A): Portrait of CESW aged around twenty-eight, in military uniform. No annotation. Reproduced in Erskine Wood's Life of Charles Erskine Scott Wood, p. 15, where it is dated 1880. (pg. 49B): Portrait of CESW aged around twenty-eight, in full dress uniform with plumed helmet. c.1880. (pg. 50A): Portrait of Nan, age 2. 1883. (pg. 50B): Portrait of Nan, age about five. See 46C. c.1886. (pg. 51): Portrait of Max around eight years old, riding Punch in the paddock below the 23rd and Flanders house. See item 62A. c.July 1892. (pg. 52): Group portrait of the crew of CESW's Alaska expedition. Wood was in Alaska from April to June 1877. Robert Hamburger in Two Rooms, pp. 35-38, describes the leader, Charles H. Taylor, a Chicago merchant (fifth from left in the photograph, or seated in the stern?) who acquired a "sturdy four-ton canoe and hired three Indians and a local prospector to serve as his crew." The boat's owner was Tah-ah-nah-lek. The whole journey is described by CESW in his essay "Among the Thlinkits in Alsaska." April 1877. (pg. 53): View of Fort Canby on the Columbia River near Cape Disappointment on the Washington coast. CESW passed through Fort Canby in June 1877, and was stationed there for his last three months in the army, January to March 1884. late 1880s. (pg. 54): Group portrait at Fort Canby. "Front Row: My Father [CESW], Gretchen Beck, Nan [aged around eight], Capt. Merrill, Mabel Beck. Next above: Carrie Sladen?, Cousin Fanny Gibbon? Sallie Lewis, My Mother [NMS], Mrs Beck, Remaining two unknown. In top row Max and Dr Walker, Berwick [aged around two]. E. W." c.1889. (pg. 55A): Portrait of climbers on Mount Hood, around 1888. Charles Ladd [second from left]. See 56A. c.1888. (pg. 55B): Beach scene; NMS in foreground, with ?CESW and the four youngest children near the water. c.1890. (pg. 56A): Portrait of climbers on Mount Hood, around 1888.Annotated "Same party at Mt Hood. Dr. Holt Wilson [far left] My father [seated highest of the party on the right] EW." See 55A. c.1888. (pg. 56B): View of Cloud Cap Inn, Mount Hood. Annotated on image "No 166 CLOUD CAP INN Mt HOOD." c.1890. (pg. 57A): Portrait of climbers on Mount Hood, around 1890. Annotated "On snow field Mt Hood around 1890. Erskine [second from left]" CESW third from left? "No 162 BARRETT'S SPUR FROM COE GLCIER." See 55A and 56A. c.1890. (pg. 57B): View of Cloud Cap Inn on Mount Hood around 1890. c.1890. (pg. 58A): Portrait of Max and Pants on the steps of the house at 23rd and Flanders. c.1892. (pg. 58B): Group portrait of Eliza, Berwick, Max and Nan Wood in the paddock below the house at 23rd and Flanders. c. 1892. (pg. 59A): Portrait of Max around eight years old, riding Punch in the paddock below the 23rd and Flanders house. See items 51 and 62A. c.1892. (pg. 59B): View of the Wood family home at NW 23rd and Flanders Streets in Portland. c.1892. (pg. 60A): Three children (probably Lisa, Berwick, and Maxwell Wood) on the porch of the house on 23rd and Flanders, with the dog Pants and an unidentified cook. c.1892. pg. 60B): View of an outbuilding on the property Wood family home at NW 23rd and Flanders Streets in Portland, with an unidentified gardener. c.1892. (pg. 61A): The Wood family at the beach, possibly on the Washington shore north of Cape Disappointment. Annotated "North Beach 1888." (pg. 61B): Portrait of N.M.S. at the 23 and Flanders House. July 1893. (pg. 62A): Portrait of Max around eight years old, riding Punch in the paddock below the 23rd and Flanders house. c. 1892. (pg. 62B): View of the house at 23rd and Flanders. c. 1892. (pg. 63A): View of Mt. Hood from Cloud Cap Inn. c. 1890. (pg. 63B): View of Cloud Cap Inn. c. 1890. (pg. 64A): Portrait of NMS with ? Nan at ? Cloud Cap Inn. c. 1890. (pg. 64B): Portrait of CESW in a cart drawn by two horses. c. 1892. (pg. 65A): River view with small boy fishing. c. 1890. (pg. 65B): View of small house in woods, white fence. c. 1890. (pg. 66A): View of Milton house. c. 1890? (pg. 66B): View of Rosewood Glen, the Pennsylvania house of CESW's father. It was named after his wife Rose Carson. c. 1890. (pg. 67): Engraved view of Atamasco, the residence of W.C. Nichol, Baltimore. L.H. Everts, Publisher, c. 1890. (pg. 68A): Portrait of NMS and friends at Colorado Springs. 1893. (pg. 68B): View of the King St. house. NMS with the three youngest children, Max, Eliza, Berwick. c. 1888. (pg. 69A): Engraved portrait of Nathan R. Smith, father of NMS. Annotated "Nathan R. Smith, son of Nathan Smith, opposite [69B], and known as 'The Emperor'- see my mother's book of newspaper clippings." c. 1890. (pg. 69B): Engraved portrait of Nathan Smith MD, father of 69A, and grandfather of NMS. Annotated "Nathan Smith, Founded medical school at Dartmouth College and later occupied the medical chair at Yale. c. 1870. (pg. 70A): Portrait of William Maxwell Wood, CESW's father. c. 1890. (pg. 70B): Portrait of CESW. Reproduced in Hamburger's Two Rooms. c. 1890. (pg. 71): Portrait of EW, after return from Chief Joseph's Camp. 1893. (pg. 72): Portrait of EW with Bruce Wilson and Phil Beck as choir boys in the St. Mark's Choir. 1893. (pg. 73): Portrait of EW with Bruce Wilson and Phil Beck as choir boys. 1893. (pg. 74): Portrait of NMS with admirers at West Point. Annotated "West Point 1873 'Puzzle' Who is the lucky one?" Reprinted in Erskine Wood's Life of Charles Erskine Scott Wood, p. 5, with the caption "Summer group of cadets, West Point, 1893. Nanny Moale Smith, then 18 years old, is in the center of the picture. CES Wood, her future husband, is standing next to her." (pg. 75A): Portrait of NMS. 1875. (pg. 75B): Portrait of NMS with long hair. c. 1880. (pg. 76A): Portrait of Erskine as a baby, age 2. 1881. (pg. 76B): Portrait of Max, Nan, and Erskine. c. 1886. (pg. 76C): Portrait of Erskine (age 4). 1883. (pg. 76D): Portrait of Eliza, Berwick, and Maxwell. c. 1890. (pg. 76E): Portrait o Erskine (age 2). 1881. (pg. 76F): Portrait of Max around eight years old, riding Punch in the paddock below the 23rd and Flanders house. c.1892. (pg. 77): Portrait of Nan and Erskine aged 4 and 6. 1885. (pg. 78A): Portrait of Max age 3. 1887. (pg. 78B): Portrait of CESW age twenty-two, in military uniform, at West Point. 1875. (pg. 78C): View of house with porch, deck chair, and hammock. c. 1880. (pg. 79): Portrait of CESW in uniform with plumed hat, at West Point. c. 1875. (pg. 80): Portrait of CESW in coat with astrakhan trimmings, at the age of thirty one, New York, 1883. (pg. 81): Memorial Tablet for Baby Katherine, died in her first year. Annotated "Bronze tablet in Riverview Cemetery, Portland, Oregon" 1891. (pg. 82): Back board of album with watercolor by CESW of the house on [NW] 23rd and Flanders in Portland, looking north and east, signed "C. E. S. W. '92."

1892

Forest scene

Watercolor. Signed by Wood. 24 x 18 cm

1904

Forest scene

Watercolor. Signed by Wood. 26 x 18 cm

1916

River scene

Watercolor. Signed by Wood. 15 x 28 cm

1900~

River scene

Pastel; chalk. Possibly the Columbia River. 19 x 28 cm.

1900~

Hills and trees

Watercolor. Signed by Wood. 22 x 32 cm.

1900~

Eastern Oregon landscape

Watercolor. Signed by Wood. 23 x 30 cm.

1900~

Trees and bushes

Watercolor. Signed by Wood. 23 x 30 cm.

1900~

Inn Court Mexico

Charcoal drawing. Signed "CESW to ALTA." 19 x 13 cm.

1900~

Field and sky

Pastel; chalk drawing. Signed by Wood. 17 x 24 cm.

1900~

Eastern Oregon landscape

Pastel; chalk drawing. Signed by Wood. 12 x 18 cm.

1900~

Eastern Oregon landscape

watercolor. Signed by Wood. 15 x 19 cm.

1900~

Mountain skyline

pastel drawing. Signed by Wood. Name "Deborah" written in pencil on verso. 18 x 26 cm.

1900~

Eastern Oregon landscape

Unsigned watercolor in the style of Charles Erskine Scott Wood from a collection of his artwork. 17 x 25 cm.

1900~

House among trees

Unsigned watercolor in the style of Charles Erskine Scott Wood from a collection of his artwork. 18 x 13 cm.

1900~

River scene with small boat

Unsigned watercolor in the style of Charles Erskine Scott Wood from a collection of his artwork. This painting is a nearly identical copy of another of the same subject. 14 x 27 cm.

1900~

Morrison Bridge, Portland Oregon

Unsigned pastel of uncertain attribution from a collection of Charles Erskine Scott Wood artwork. This painting is a nearly identical copy of another of the same subject. 19 x 28 cm.

1900~

Erskine Wood in blackface

Watercolor of Erskine Wood in blackface performing as a minstrel at Mordrach Sanitarium, Germany, Christmas 1903. Monogrammed by artist CHT or HCT. 34 x 24 cm

1903

Mountain and snow

Pastel; chalk drawing. Signed by Wood. 16 x 19 cm.

1910

Pacific headland

Watercolor. Image appears to be Tillamook Head on the Oregon coast. Signed by Wood. 23 x 30 cm.

1900~

Erskine Wood playing a guitar

crayon drawing. Signed by Wood. 32 x 23 cm.

1894

Encheaskine, Chief of the Coeur d' Alenes

Pencil drawing. Signed by Wood. 21 x 18 cm.

1891

River scene

Watercolor. Signed by Wood. 14 x 18 cm.

1893

Forest scene with lake

Watercolor. Signed by Wood. 26 x 36 cm.

1895