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Artists

Peter Britt

A Jacksonville, Oregon photographer who took the first photograph of Crater Lake National Park.

Mount Mazama Just After the Destruction of Its Summit, 1940, Paul Rockwood

Fred Kiser

Crater Lake National Park's "official" photographer was a commercial photographer in the 1920's and '30s.

Joaquin Miller

The 'Poet of the Sierras' made many visits to Crater Lake.

Ernest G. Moll

Crater Lake poet and naturalist, Moll wrote many memorable poems and a book of poetry.

Wayland A. Dunham

Author of Blue Enchantment, Wayland Dunham was a poet, writer, and more.

Paul Rockwood

Rockwood was a painter who created several works that depicted the rise and fall of Mt. Mazama.

Larry Eifert

Larry Eifert is a popular regional artist who has done much work at Crater Lake.

Eugene Kingman

An important depression-era painter who created several Crater Lake paintings.

Eliza Barchus

Barchus (1857-1959) was a Portland-area artist who created many beautiful paintings of Crater Lake.

 

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Ralph and Florence Welles

 

Francis Lange

 

 

 

 

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