Hillman Lueddemann papers, 1903-1995  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Lueddemann, Hillman, 1895-1990
Title
Hillman Lueddemann papers
Dates
1903-1995 (inclusive)
1940-1986 (bulk)
Quantity
17.5 cubic feet, (27 document cases, 11 flat boxes, 1 oversize folder)
Collection Number
Coll 14
Summary
Papers of a businessman and civic leader of Portland, Oregon, including materials related to McCormick Steamship Company, Pope & Talbot, Consolidated Freightways, Portland General Electric Company, Navajo Forest Products Industries, and the Oregon Department of Commerce. Papers include correspondence, scrapbooks, clippings, photographs, financial records, and ephemera.
Repository
Oregon Historical Society, Davies Family Research Library
Davies Family Research Library
Oregon Historical Society
1200 SW Park Avenue
Portland, OR
97205
Telephone: 503-306-5240
Fax: 503-219-2040
libreference@ohs.org
Access Restrictions

The collection is open to the public.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided by the family of Hillman Lueddemann.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Born in Tuscumbia, Alabama, in 1895, Hillmann Lueddemann (known as "Lueddie") came to California as a child with his family around 1900. His father, Frederick A. Lueddemann, eventually became a banker in San Jose. His mother was Delia Hillman Lueddmann. Hillman worked for a time as a sports writer for the San Jose Mercury, and came to Portland, Oregon, around 1915, taking a job with his uncle Max Lueddemann in a realty firm. After serving with distinction with the U.S. forces in France during World War I, he returned to San Francisco, where he married Gertrude Davis (1893-1949), daughter of California pioneer Henry Laurens Davis. Moving back to Portland with his wife in 1919, Lueddemann began his career in business as a dock clerk with the McCormick Steamship Company in 1920. He rose quickly in the firm, which was eventually absorbed by Pope & Talbot, and operated the company's sawmills at St. Helens, Oregon, and Port Gamble, Washington. He built the company's mill at Oakridge, Oregon, served as vice-president and general manager of the Puget Sound Mill division, and later became manager of the steamship division and president of company's subsidiary, the Columbia River Stevedoring Company. Finally he was appointed general manager of all Pacific northwest operations in 1945. During these years Lueddemann was also involved in a wide variety of trade associations, including the Inland Waterways Association, the West Coast Lumberman's Assocation, and the Portland Steamship Operators Association. Later in his career he sat on the boards of directors of Pope and Talbot, Portland General Electric Company, Consolidated Freightways, Oregon Mutual Savings Bank, the Delta Park Recreation Commission, the Oregon Portland Cement Company, and Lewis & Clark College.

After the death of his wife Gertrude in 1949, Lueddemann married Dorothy Patterson in 1951. She was the widow of Phillip W. Patterson, son of Oregon Governor Isaac L. Patterson, and the mother of Barbara Patterson Jacobsen and Phillip Patterson.

Hillmann Lueddemann retired from Pope and Talbot in 1960, but in 1963 Governor Mark Hatfield appointed him to head the newly created Oregon Department of Commerce. The Department, which combined the fucntions of numerous agencies, oversaw a host of activities, including auctioneers, banking, collection agencies, corporations, economic development, engineering examiners, pilot commissioners, real estate, and watch and clock makers. Lueddemann served as head of the agency until 1975 and was credited with strong leadership and innovative management.

Around 1968, the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs appointed Lueddemann to serve on the seven person management board of Navajo Forest Products Industries, headquartered at Navajo, New Mexico. His work with the board included involvement in the establishment of a plant for manufacturing particle board.

Lueddemann's civic involvement was monumental. He was Chairman of the Portland Port Development Commission, President of the Portland Chamber of Commerce, President of the Portland Rose Festival Association (for two terms, 1934-1935), Chairman of the Oregon Territorial Centennial Commission, board member of the Riverview Cemetery Association, President of the Portland Rotary Club, and Finance Chairman for the Mark Hatfield campaign for governor in 1962. In the mid 1970s he was appointed to the Retired Executives Advisory Committee of the Oregon Public Utilities Commission and was involved in the Commission's study of commercial aviation in the state. In 1948 Lueddemann was honored as "Portland's First Citizen" by the Portland Board of Realtors.

Hillman and Gertrude Lueddemann had two children, Jane (Mrs. Spencer Ehrman, Sr.), and Hillman Lueddemann, Jr. His second wife Dorothy, died in 1978.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Hillman Lueddemann's papers primarily document his activities in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s, with a small number of items from earlier periods. Although there are some personal and family materials, the bulk of the collection is related to business and civic concerns.

Documenting Lueddemann's early years are materials relating to his service in World War I, inlcuding phtographs, service records, and a diary. There are also a few photographs of Lueddemann in his youth, many with family members in San Jose. For the period of the 1920s and 1930s there is very little documentation, aside from a photograph album dating from the mid-1930s and related to the activities of the McCormick Steamship Company. This includes a number of photographs of the 1934 dock strike in Portland. Also from the 1930s are several scrapbooks, one of which covers Lueddemann's work with the Portland Rose Festival.

The series "Correspondence" contains mostly personal letters, many of which are congratulatory in nature. There are substantial files of correspondence with Senator Mark Hatfield and Governor Tom McCall. Correspondence with Harrison Spangler relates to the possibility of Lueddeman's candidacy for the U.S. Senate in 1961. Of note within the subseries "Family Correspondence" are letters Lueddemann sent to his father in the 1960s and 1970s. Correspondence with Lee Ebersole regarding the financing of Mark Hatfield's 1962 campaign for governor of Oregon can be found in the series "General Files" under "Hatfield for Governor campaign."

The largest series concerns Lueddemann's service as head of the Oregon Department of Commerce. Although these are not the actual records of the Department (which are held by the Oregon State Archives), they include a number of files labeled "Personal Correspondence," which contain many letters related to the workings of the Commerce Department and business enterprises within the state.

Several series within the collection document Lueddemann's service on the boards of various companies and organizations. The records relating to Pope & Talbot mostly date from the late 1960s through the 1980s and cover the period when Lueddemann sat on the firm's board of directors, after his retirement from the company, including information on Port Gamble, Washington. However, there are several files from the 1950s concerning the case of Frank Chapman, which involved extortion and organized crime in relation to a land transaction in Washington State. The files for Navajo Forest Products Industries include details of the company's project for building a particle board factory. The series for Portland General Electric Company includes records from a board committee that studied the firm's retirement plans, and documents regarding the licensing of the Trojan nuclear plant. Files on Consolidated Freightways include records of the board's Compensation Committee. A scrapbook on the Delta Park Commission, 1963, documents the effort to bring the Olympic Games to Portland.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The Oregon Historical Society is the owner of the materials in the Research Library and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from the Research Library prior to any use of reproductions. The Society does not necessarily hold copyright to all the materials in the collections. In some cases, permission for use of reproductions may require seeking additional authorization from the copyright holders.

Preferred Citation

Hillman Lueddemann papers, Coll 14, Oregon Historical Society Research Library.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Series A:  Biographical materials, 1917-1990Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
28/1
Certificates and awards
1932-1984
Clippings (see also scrapbooks)
Box/Folder
1/1
General biographical clippings (primarily Commerce Department)
1934-1977
1/2
Clippings and testimonials
1966-1974
1/3
Clippings and testimonials, Commerce Department (collected by Lueddemann's daughter Jane)
1963-1975
Box/Folder
1/4
Death of Hillman Lueddemann--Clippings, death certificate
1990
1/5
Ephemera, biographical
1955-1968
1/6
First Citizen of Portland--Clippings (see also scrapbooks)
1948-1949
Plaques
Box/Folder
36/1
Rotary Club
1931
36/2
Rose Festival
1934
36/3
Rose Festival
1935
36/4
West Coast Lumberman's Association
1952
37/1
Commerce Department
1970
37/2
United Good Neighbors (UGN)
1970
37/3
United Good Neighbors (UGN)
1970
37/4
Oregon Portland Cement Company
1974
Scrapbooks
Box/Folder
30/1-2
General events
1934-1952
31/1-2
Oregon Territorial Centennial
1948
32/1
First Citizen of Portland
1948-1949
32/2
"Keep Portland ahead"
1950
33/1
General events
1951-1953
33/2
"Dinner with Ike"
1959
33/3
"Portland, Oregon : city of roses"
1962-1963
34/1-2
Commerce Department
1963-1971
35/1
Commerce Department
1966-1969
35/2
Delta Park Commission
1963
38/1-2
Portland Rose Festival
1934-1935
Box/Folder
1/7
World War I diary of Hillman Lueddemann
1917-1918
1/8
World War I service materials (see also photographs)
1918-1979
Other family members
Box/Folder
1/9
Lueddemann, Frederick (father of Hillman Sr. See also "Correspondence" series below)
1972; 1997
1/10
Luddemann, Hillman, Jr.--Clippings
1976
1/10
Lueddemann, Hillman, Jr.--Reception for President Gerald Ford at OMSI
1974

Series B:  Correspondence (see also series below for correspondence related to various corporations and Commerce Department), 1917-1990Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Correspondence with individuals
Box/Folder
2/1
Attiyeh, Victor
1974-1980
2/2
Bovian, Harry D.
1960-1968; 1980
2/3
Eisenhower, Dwight D.
1954 October 2
2/4
Frank, Gerald W.
1959-1979
2/5
Hatfield, Mark (correspondence with and about; see also series "General Files" under "Hatfield for Governor")
1958-1980
2/6
Heard, Fred
1977-1980
2/7
Huston, Jane F. (Oregon Department of Commerce)
1979-1981
2/8
Keller, Ira, and family--Greeting cards
1974-1984
2/9
McCall, Tom
1967-1975
2/10
Riley, Frank Branch (enclosing magazine article about Lueddemann, 1941)
1966
2/11
Spangler, Harrison--Re: possible Lueddemann run for U.S. Senate
1961
2/12
Straub, Robert
1974-1977
Family correspondence
Box/Folder
2/13
Fenton, Elizabeth (sister of Hillman Lueddemann)
1962-1983
2/14
Lueddemann, Frederick (father, letters from his son Hillman)
1961-1967
2/15
Lueddemann Company stationary (sent by Nicholas J. Stanley, 1997)
circa 1917
2/16
Mary (Sister Hilary Mary, C.T., niece of Lueddemann)
1975
2/17
Wilson, Jane (Mrs. Spencer Ehrman, Sr., daughter)
1970-1981; undated
3/1
Wilson Jane (Mrs. Spencer Ehrman, Sr.)--Letters of condolence to her on death of Hillman Lueddemann
1990
3/2
General family correspondence
1958-1983; undated
Box/Folder
3/3
Correspondence concerning Lueddemann's career
1948-1981
3/4
Correspondence re: Lueddemann's retirement from Commerce Department
1975
3/5
General correspondence
1960-1977
4/1-4
General correspondence
1950-1984

Series C:  Oregon Department of Commerce files, 1954-1975Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/1
"The cabinet form of government"--Materials assembled by Lueddemann
1953-1974
Oversize Folder
Certificate of appointmnent of Hillman Lueddemann, with photograph of swearing-in
1967 January 9
5/2
Data Communications, Inc.
1969-1970
5/3
"Developer's handbook, section 8 : rehabilitation and new construction"
circa 1975
5/4
Ethics Committee--Disclosure forms
1975
5/5
"Fact Sheets"
1966-1968
5/6
"Important statistics to use about Oregon when an out-of-town guest is here"
1957-1964
5/7
Notes and speeches of Lueddemann re: Commerce Department
1966-1967
5/8
Notes concerning the general economy of the Northwest
1954-1967
Personal correspondence
Although these folders were originally labeled "Personal correspondence," they clearly originated in Lueddemann's office at the Commerce Department and contain mostly department-related letters.
Box/Folder
5/9
1971
5/10
1972
6/1
1973
Box/Folder
6/2
Petition of thanks from department staff to Lueddemann
circa 1975
6/3-5
Speeches and public relations
1964-1969
6/6
General materials, Commerce Department
Includes promotional brochure titled "Oregon quality."
1964-1975

Series D:  Consolidated Freightways files, 1960-1973Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
6/7-8
Board of Directors minutes
1965-1971
7/1
Canadian Freightways brochure
1969
7/2
Compensation Committee--Correspondence
1971-1972
7/3
Debt financing
1969
7/4
Fact book and financial review
1961-1970
7/5
"Impact of air freight on trucking"--Report
1966
7/6
Incentive compensation program
1972-1973
7/7
Interstate Commerce Commission case
1971
7/8
"Old brick bats"--Correspondence re: criticism of board
1960
Pacific Far East Line
Box/Folder
7/9
General information about the company
1969-1973
7/10
Christening of the S.S. Japan Bear
1971-1972
7/11
"Lighter aboard ship" (LASH) information
1971-1972
Box/Folder
8/1
Permanente Cement Company case
1962
8/2
Press releases
1972-1973
8/3
Securities and Exchange Commission
1965-1972
8/4
Snead lawsuit--Depositions of William G. White, et. al.
1965-1967
8/5
Stock appreciation rights plan
1971-1972
8/6
William White and Mark Hatfield luncheon, San Francisco
1966
8/7
William G. White speeches
1966-1967

Series E:  Navajo Forest Products Industries files, 1958-1982Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Board of Directors materials
Box/Folder
8/8
Board meeting notes and other materials
1972-1973
8/9
Board resolutions
1972
8/10
Board minutes
1973 March
8/11
"Digest of the management board meeting"
1973 March 29-30
8/12
Board meeting minutes
1973 June 14-15
8/13
Board meeting documents
1973 June-September
9/1
Board meeting minutes
1973 October 4-5
9/2
Board meeting minutes
1973 December 6-7
9/3
Board meeting minutes
1974 March 28-29
9/4
Board meeting documents
1971-1974
9/5
Board meeting minutes
1976
9/6
Board trip to San Diego
1976
Box/Folder
9/7
Clippings
1969
9/8
Correspondence and reports
1971-1972
9/9
Correspondence with Charles L. Wheeler and John Snyder
1969-1971
9/10-11
General management reports
1969-1972
10/1-3
General materials
1973-1974; 1982
10/4
History and by-laws
1959-1969
10/5
Legal and financial materials
1972-1973
Particle board plant materials
Box/Folder
10/6-7
Correspondence
1968-1972
11/1
Correspondence and reports, MacDonald Associates
1971-1972
11/2
Correspondence and reports, general
1973
11/3
"ISP complex investment and performance perspective," MacDonald Associates
1972
11/4-5
Loan application
1972
11/6
"Particle board investment and performance perspective," American International Corporation
1971
11/7
Phase I, MacDonald Associates
1970-1971
11/8
Reports
1967; 1969; undated
Box/Folder
11/9
Plan of operation
1958 July 21
12/1
Proposed by-laws
1969
12/2
Sawmill wages
1971
12/3
Sewing class, Vey Shoulders and White Stag
1969-1970
12/4
Wheeler, Charles--Testimonial by Lueddemann
1980

Series F:  Pope & Talbot files, 1917-1987Return to Top

These materials date primarily from the period after Lueddemann's retirement from the company -- a period when he served on the board of directors.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
12/5-6
Annual reports
1957-1984
12/7
Board meeting announcements
1974-1985
12/8
Brochures and quarterly reports
1978-1987
12/9
Clippings (including Pope family and Port Gamble)
1974-1979
13/1
Correspondence, general
1960-1977
13/2
Correspondence with Peter and Guy Pope
1967-1973
13/3
"Current" (primarily financial reports)
1965-1966
13/4
Export standard schedules for wood products
1917-1959
13/5-7
Frank Chapman case (involving land sale, Island County, Wash. and Oak Ridge Sustained Yield Unit)
1952-1960
13/8
Hills Creek Dam case
1959-1961
14/1
Historical and financial information
1957-1965
14/2
Interview with Hillman Lueddemann re: his work with Pope & Talbot
1975
14/3
Letter from Ed Hunter regarding leadership of the company
1956 November 29
14/4
Meeting between U.S. Forest Service and Pope & Talbot on April 19, 1960
1960-1962
14/5
Mill statistics
circa 1960
14/6
Mill statistics, permanent basis
1959-1962
14/7
Molalla law suit
1965-1966
14/8
News releases
1976-1979
14/9
Oakridge, Oregon--Dedication of new sawmill
1971
14/10
"The Port Gamble centennial"
1954
14/11
"Report on Pope & Talbot, Inc." by Henderson and Co.
1941 November 13
14/12
Special meeting of stockholders--Notice and proxy statement
1985 December 4
14/13
"Timber holdings"
1961-1963
14/14
General materials
1958-1984

Series G:  Portland General Electric (PGE) files, 1960-1977Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
15/1
Annual report
1977
15/2
Board members list
1963-1972
15/3-4
Board minutes
1970-1973
15/5
Board reports
1967-1973
15/6
Bond application
1967
15/7
"Bonds and stocks of P.G.E. invested by First National Bank"
1973-1974
15/8
"Conflict of interest"--Re: Pine Street Sub-station purchase
1970-1971
15/9
Eastern nuclear trip
1971 May 16-21
15/10
"Facts"
1963-1968
15/11
Frank M. Warren report to stockholders
1969-1973
15/12
Headquarters building proposals
1972
15/13
"Legal retainer"
1971
15/14
Maps
undated
15/15
Notice of annual meeting of stockholders
1968-1973
15/16
Pacific northwest power situation--Report of A.J. Porter
1969
16/1
Photographs of board trip to Round Butte Hydroelectric Project
circa 1965
Retirement Committee files
Box/Folder
16/2
Correspondence and employee stock purchase plan
1972-1973
16/3
Equitable Life Insurance
1971-1972
16/4-5
First National Bank reports on retirement funds
1969-1972
16/6-7
General materials re: Retirement Committee
1972-1973
16/8
Minutes of Retirement Committee
1960-1973
17/1
Retirement plans
1970-1972
Box/Folder
17/2
Retirement party for Lueddemann
1973
17/3
Robert Short letter to Richard Sabin of the Public Utilities Commission
1973 March 16
17/4
Salaries consultants
1961-1972
Trojan nuclear power plant materials
Box/Folder
17/6-7
Environmental impact report
1972
29/2
Environmental impact report supplement--Original cover
1972
17/8-9
Environmental impact report supplement
1972
18/1
License
1972 April 17
18/2
Memorandum of agreement with environmental groups
1972 May 2
18/3
Wall Street Journal article response
1972
18/4
General materials on Trojan
1968

Series H:  Public Utilities Commission, Retired Executives Advisory Committee, re: commercial air transport, 1972-1978Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
18/5
Aeronautics Division reports
1975-1977
18/6
Commuter air lines study
1977
18/7
Correspondence
1976
18/8
Executive airlines
1976-1977
18/9
Executive flight
1976-1978
18/10
"Oregon commuter air service project"--Technical report
1975 May
18/11-12
Paul Burkett materials on aviation
1976
18/13
Reports, air service
1974-1975
18/14
Transportation Department
1975-1977
19/1-4
General materials
1972-1977

Series "I":  General files, 1903-1995Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
19/5
Arcata National
1975-1979
19/6
Arlington Club (see also "Speeches" below)
1960-1981
19/7
Arlington Club--Wayne Nunn membership
1967-1969
19/8
Atlas of Pacific Northwest resources and development
circa 1945
19/9
Award--Citizens for Dock Development
1968
19/10
Bohemia, Inc.--Reports and publications
1975-1981
19/11
Bruno-McCall election
1967-1968
19/12
Budrow, Nancy--Resume and report on business in Oregon
1974-1976
19/13
Carter-Hawley-Hale Stores, Inc.
1977-1978
Oversize Folder
Cartoon images (2) of Lueddemann
undated
20/1
Clippings, general interest
1969-1995
28/2
Clippings, general interest--Magazines
1958-1972
20/2-3
Commission on Public Docks, "Study of rail and water terminal facilities and feasibility of unification at Portland, Oregon"
1930
20/4
Dorothy E. Lueddemann estate papers
1978
20/5
Expense accounts for various firms
1977-1978
20/6-7
First Citizen of Portland--Programs
1950-1983
20/8
Greeting cards, general
1984; undated
20/9
Hatfield for Governor campaign--Correspondence with Lee Ebersole
1962
21/1
Hilton Hotel (Portland) construction
1958-1960
21/2
Hood Canal Tree Farm
1966
21/3
Insulation of Lueddemann house
1973
21/4
Lumberman's Industrial Relations Committee
1957-1959
21/5
Merrill Lynch investment information and notes
1976-1977; undated
21/6
Natomas Company--Annual report
1975
21/7
Newberg Lumber Yard (inlcludes photographs)
1960-1963
21/8
"Old Salt" award--Correspondence and speech
1960
Oregon Portland Cement Company
Box/Folder
21/9-10
Annual reports
1958-1982
21/11
General materials
1974-1983
21/12
History, F.E. McCaslin
1964
21/13
Merger with Idaho Portland Cement
1969
21/14
Minutes
1969-1972
21/15
Proxie
1967-1972
21/16
Securities and Exchange Commission materials
1965-1972
Box/Folder
28/3
Pacific lumber and trade journal
1903 July
22/1
Pack River Lumber Company
1972
22/2
Personal calendars of Lueddemann
1968; 1981-1985
22/3
Port Development Committee survey, Port of Portland
1945
22/4
Portland Commission on Public Docks bond issues
1960
22/5
Portland Rose Festival
1966-1977
22/6
Portland Steamship Company--Annual statement and list of stockholders
1934; 1940
Riverview Cemetery Association
Box/Folder
22/7
Audit reports
1968-1971
22/8
Financial reports
1972; 1984
22/9-10
Minutes of meetings
1966-1971; 1982-1986
23/1
General materials
1973-1985
Box/Folder
23/2
Portland Rose Festival Association--Hillman Lueddemann, Jr.
See also "Scrapbooks" for 1934-1935 festivals; and "Photographs" for 1934 floats.
1973-1974
23/3
Rotary Club
Includes cirkut print photograph of Portland convention participants outside Civic Auditorium, 1931 April.
1931; 1960-1980
Speeches of Lueddemann
Arlington Club, new members welcome
Box/Folder
23/4
History of the club
circa 1967
23/5
Programs and other publications
1965; 1975
23/6
Drafts, text, correspondence
1965; 1975
Box/Folder
23/7
First Presbyterian Church, Menucha Retreat
1951
23/8
Moreland Presbyterian Church
1952
23/9
National American Wholesale Lumber Association
1951
23/10
Note cards
undated
23/11
Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association
1964 September 11
23/12
General speeches, primarily on Pacific Northwest business (part 1)
1931-67
24/1
General speeches, primarily on Pacific Northwest business (part 2)
1930-1964
Box/Folder
24/2
Stamps--Oregon Territorial Centennial
1948
24/3
Trinity Episcopal Church
1974-1982
24/4
West Coast Lumberman's Association
1952-1960
24/5
Zirconium Technology Corporation
1969-1974
24/6
General materials and ephemera
Includes: Marshall N. Dana testimonial dinner program, 1950; and "A tribute to Henry Cabell" program, undated
1931-1980
27/1-8
Originals of photocopied items
circa 1940-1990

Series J:  Photographs, 1916-1985Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
28/4
Banquet, with Lueddemann at head table
circa 1945
24/7
Con-Netco dedication, with Mark Hatfield
1964 June 22
28/5
Hillman Lueddemann at track meet
circa 1916
24/8
Hillman Lueddemann at 18 years old
circa 1913
24/9
Hillman Lueddemann with Tom McCall
1967; undated
28/6
McCormick Steamship Company photograph album
Includes photographs of 1934 dock strike in Portland
circa 1931-1935
24/10
McCormick Steamship Company (from photo album)
circa 1930-1937
24/11
McCormick Steamship Company offices and docks, with letter of transmittal from Amos Burg
circa 1936
Oversize Folder
Oversize photographs
Includes: portrait from Rotary Club presidency, by Davies Studio, circa 1931; portrait by Walter Boychuk Studio, 1948 December 11; freighter S.S. Oregon Mail, circa 1964; and photograph of an elk.
1931-1964
24/12
Portland Rose Festival--Colored photographs by Photo Art Studio
1934
28/7
Portraits of Lueddemann
circa 1950-1960
24/13
World War I photographs
circa 1917-1919
29/1-2
World War I--Cirkut print photograph of soldiers in Battery E, 146th Field Artillery, Camp Lewis (including roster)
circa 1917
24/14
General photographs (primarily Lueddemann in groups)
circa 1950-1985
25/1
General photographs--Small snapshots
Includes family in San Jose and war photographs from 1910s.
1916-circa 1980

Series K:  Financial records, 1973-1986Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
25/2
Benjamin Franklin Savings account
1973-1981
25/3-7
Check stubs
1978-1982 July 30
26/1-3
Check stubs
1982 July 31-1986 May 31
26/4
Deposit slips
1986-1988
25/5
Equitable Savings account
1977-1980
25/6
Insurance
1978-1983
26/7
Medicare
1979-1981
26/8-12
Taxes
1978-1984
26/13
General financial materials
1978-1981

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Aeronautics--Oregon.
  • Commerce--Oregon--Portland.
  • Lumber trade--Northwest, Pacific.
  • Strikes and lockouts--Oregon--Portland--Photographs.
  • World War, 1914-1918--Diaries.
  • World War, 1914-1918--Photographs.
  • Personal Names :
  • Lueddemann, Frederick.
  • Lueddemann, Hillman, 1895-1990--Archives.
  • Corporate Names :
  • McCormick Steamship Company.
  • Navajo Forest Products Industries.
  • Oregon Portland Cement Company.
  • Oregon. Dept. of Commerce.
  • Pope & Talbot, Inc.
  • Port Development Commission (Portland, Or.)
  • Portland (Or.). Delta Park Commission.
  • Portland General Electric Company.
  • Portland Rose Festival.
  • Portland Rose Festival.--Photographs.
  • Consolidated Freightways, inc.
  • Trojan Nuclear Power Plant (Or.)
  • Family Names :
  • Lueddemann family.
  • Geographical Names :
  • Oregon--Politics and government.
  • Port Gamble (Wash.)--History.
  • Portland (Or.)--History.
  • Portland (Or.)--Social life and customs.
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Clippings
  • Diaries
  • Letters (correspondence)
  • Photographs
  • Scrapbooks
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Fenton, Elizabeth Lueddemann. (creator)
    • Hatfield, Mark O., 1922- (creator)
    • McCall, Tom, 1913-1983. (creator)