Sam Hood

Sam Hood

Samuel John Hood (20 August 1872 in Southern Australia - 8 June 1953) was an Australian photographer and photojournalist.

Read more about Sam Hood:  Collected Work

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Sam Hood - Collected Work
... The State Library of NSW acquired a collection of negatives from Sam's daughter Gladys Hood in 1973 comprising some 30,000 images ... Sam Hood's story is well documented in a volume produced by that institution and there are several images from that collection of Sam Hood with cameras and accessories included in ...
List Of U.S. National Forests - National Forests
... two wilderness areas and borders the Sam Rayburn Reservoir ... Mount Hood Oregon 01892-06-17June 17, 1892 70061071446000000001,071,446 acres (4,336.0 km2) This forest is named for and contains Mount Hood, the highest point in Oregon at 11,249 ft (3,429 m) ... The forest stretches from the Columbia River Gorge and includes Mount Hood National Recreation Area and nine wilderness areas ...

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