Ship passenger manifest for the "Perseverance" sailing in 1850 from Plymouth, England to New York.
"Dear Mother, I have bought a team of oxen and a wagon. I am heading to Oregon. They have no sales tax.
Bracing for Cililo Falls on the Columbia River with the Clarke and Lewis
Bear Creek Valley Map from 1855 showing Shakespeare residence
January 14, 1909 Issue of the Ashland Tidings featuring an unknown Shakespeare play at the Star Theater
"TheRedwoods" available as a print.
"The Black Swan" available as a print
In the Park in the Dark
"the Muse" available as a print
Medford Palace Hotel, 1922
Extremely rare photograph of Shakespeare in Ashland circa 1920
Passenger manifest. Eighth from the bottom.
Railroad District Constitutional available as a print
Chasing the Dragon, Railroad District
"Getting Clear" available as a print
Shakespeare in a movie theater in New York which must have been around 1950. He is sitting in the second row next to Marcel Duchamp.
Nabokov in the Woods
Shakespeare and his Dog,"Lithia" at the Plaza available as a print
"The Busker" available as a print
At the Therapist's
Rare Shakespeare Manuscript for "Pain and Bluster" first performed at the Strar Theater in Ashland, Oregon in 1909. Discovered in the attic of an abandoned house.
Nude Yoga Lithia Park
The Annual Shakespeare Festival is a tradition that has been going on for years.