9336-BQ13. “Clyde Embree made three trips to the Willamette valley on this bicycle”. (Identification from vintage print in Harney County museum.).
According to The Burns Times-Herald of 17 August 1901 “Clyde and Van Embree returned last week from their home at Dallas. The boys will work through harvest here”.
The Burns Times-Herald of 8 June 1901 “A card, from Dallas, under date of June 3, states that Clyde and Van Embree had arrived home (in Dallas) on May 29, making the trip over the mountains in 11 days. They found snow to depth of 5 feet in the Cascades. They found snow of the summit for a distance of about 8 miles ranging in depth from one to five feet.”
The Burns Times-Herald of 12 September 1908, pg. 3, col. 1., mentions that “Clyde Embree was up from Sunset Thursday” (evidently he worked on a ranch there. Sunset Valley is in the area south of Wright’s Point.)