"The bands' last assembly at the dedication of Corvallis Brewery building in 1887. From left to right: Loren Mason, cymbals; N.P. Briggs, drums; driver of band wagon; E.A. Milner; White; Ed Anderson, clarinet; L. Wilson; Dave Irvine, horn; Jess Houck, alto; Wayman St. Clair; J. Mason; N.R. Barber. The back of photo has handwritten note ""Hunt's Brewery, north on 2nd street at the corner where the U.S. Post Office now stands. The Blacksmith....next on the right was Manual .......restaurant, the small white building at left stood where Montgomery Wards Building now stands. Opposite the Brewery stood Corvallis first grocery store, where the Huston Building (now being remodeled) has stood for many years."""
Max Weiss Brewery Roseburg 1898 - Max Weiss, Brewery, Roseburg. Standing left is Tony Mertz-brewery wagon driver. Man leaning on wagon - Adolph Ospald, Joseph Heidenreich, Boy seated on wagon Albert Weiss, son of Max Weiss, owner is Max Weiss standing right, purchased in 1898 - Douglas County Museum