Oregonian photographs collection, circa 1850-1984  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Oregonian (Firm)
Title
Oregonian photographs collection
Dates
circa 1850-1984 (inclusive)
1884-1984 (bulk)
Quantity
60.8 cubic feet, (141 document cases, 19 flat boxes, and 13 oversize folders)
Collection Number
Org. Lot 1359
Summary
Photographs used by the Portland newspaper, the Oregonian.
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.

Additional Reference Guides

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Oregonian was founded as a weekly paper in 1850 by William W. Chapman, Stephen Coffin, and Thomas Jefferson Dryer. Despite his first name, Dryer was a Whig, and later a Republican; these leanings would have a lasting effect on the paper's editorial stance.

In 1860, Dryer left Portland to campaign on behalf of Abraham Lincoln, leaving the English-born Henry L. Pittock in charge of the paper. The following year, Pittock began publishing the Oregonian as a daily newspaper. In 1865, Pittock hired Harvey W. Scott to be editor of the paper. Scott remained editor until his death in 1910, with the exception of the years 1872-1877, when W. Lair Hill was editor. Notable editors and publishers of the Oregonian since Pittock and Scott have included Palmer Hoyt, Ronald G. Callvert, Ben Hur Lampman, Michael J. Frey, Robert Notson, J. Richard Nokes, and Fred Stickel.

In the 1930s, the paper, struggling financially, hired Stars and Stripes founder Colonel Guy T. Viskiniskki, who dramatically changed the layout and format of the paper as a means of modernizing it. Publishing mogul Samuel I. Newhouse purchased the Oregonian in 1950, ending local ownership. In 1982, when the Oregonian's main rival, the Oregon Journal, went out of business, the Journal's staff and production, which had shared offices with the Oregonian since 1961, were absorbed into the Oregonian.

As of 2016, the Oregonian was the oldest continuously published newspaper in the Pacific Northwest.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection contains images from the Oregonian's files, which were acquired through multiple donations from the 1970s to the 1990s. The vast majority of the images are black-and-white production prints.

In addition to photographs taken by Oregonian staff members such as Frank Sterrett, Carl C. Vermilya, Jim Vincent, Peter G. Corvallis, Chuck von Wald, Wes Guderian, and Michael Lloyd, there are photographs from other newspapers and from newswire services such as AP and UPI. The collection also contains a few conceptual drawings, architectural drawings, and maps.

The collection contains photographs of a number of prominent Portlanders and Oregonians, including University of Oregon vice president Dr. Burt Brown Barker, cartoonist Homer Davenport, Portland police chief Leon V. Jenkins, Oregon writers Stewart Holbrook and Ben Hur Lampman, Portland mayor Dorothy McCullough Lee, and Oregon governors Earl Snell and Paul Patterson. Some national and international figures such as presidents Calvin Coolidge and Herbet Hoover, Supreme Court justice Charles Evans Hughes, and Queen Marie of Romania are also represented in the collection. Many photographs of locations, businesses and organizations in Oregon and in Portland are included, as well as photographs of Washington State and of other national and international locations. Subjects covered include agriculture, art, aviation, boats, automobiles, health and medicine, plants and animals, the military, and sports and recreation.

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

Newspaper production images with extensive markings, often with a caption and date stamp; condition varies.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Alternative Forms Available

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

Oregonian photographs collection, Org. Lot 1359, Oregon Historical Society Research Library.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series A :   People , circa 1875-1984,   (bulk circa 1915-1984 ) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
A (Except Anderson Quintuplets) (1)
1/2
A (Except Anderson Quintuplets) (2)
1/3
Anderson Quintuplets
Photographs of Karen and Eric Anderson's children Audrey, Diane, Owen, Roger, and Scott.
1973-1974
1/4
Ba (Except Dr. Burt Brown Barker) (1)
1/5
Ba (Except Dr. Burt Brown Barker) (2)
1/6
Barker, Dr. Burt Brown and Wife
One-time vice president of the University of Oregon.
1/7
Be-Bi (1)
1/8
Be-Bi (2)
1/9
Be-Bi (3)
1/10
Bl-Bo (1)
1/11
Bl-Bo (2)
1/12
Bl-Bo (3)
2/1
Br (Except Dr. J. Whitcomb Brougher) (1)
2/2
Br (Except Dr. J. Whitcomb Brougher) (2)
2/3
Br (Except Dr. J. Whitcomb Brougher) (3)
2/4
Br (Except Dr. J. Whitcomb Brougher) (4)
2/5
Brougher, Dr. J. Whitcomb and Sons
Baptist preacher.
2/6
Bu-By
2/7
Ca (1)
2/8
Ca (2)
2/9
Ch-Ci
2/10
Cl
2/11
Co (Except Mary Betty Cook and Calvin Coolidge) (1)
3/1
Co (Except Mary Betty Cook and Calvin Coolidge) (2)
3/2
Co (Except Mary Betty Cook and Calvin Coolidge) (3)
3/3
Cook, Mary Betty
3/3
Coolidge, President Calvin and Family
3/5
Cr
3/6
Cu
3/7
Da (Except Homer Davenport)
3/8
Davenport, Home
Political cartoonist. Includes some of his cartoons.
3/9
De
3/10
Di
3/11
Do (1)
3/12
Do (2)
3/13
Dr-Dy
3/14
E (1)
4/1
E (2)
4/2
E (3)
4/3
Fa-Fl (1)
4/4
Fa-Fl (2)
4/5
Fo-Fu (1)
4/6
Fo-Fu (2)
4/7
Ga-Ge (1)
4/8
Ga-Ge (2)
4/9
Gh-Gi
4/10
Gl-Go
4/11
Gr-Gw (1)
4/12
Gr-Guw (2)
5/1
Ha (Except Willard Prescott Hawley Family) (1)
5/2
Ha (Except Willard Prescott Hawley Family) (2)
5/3
Ha (Except Willard Prescott Hawley Family) (3)
5/4
Hawley, Willard Prescott, Sr. Family
Includes Willard P. Hawley, Sr. and wife, Willard P. Hawley, Jr. and wife, and Willard P. Hawley III.
5/5
He-Hi (1)
5/6
He-Hi (2)
5/7
He-Hi (3)
5/8
Herman, Jim ("Tiny") and Family
Heavyweight boxer from Astoria born Oscar Koch
5/9
Ho-Hy (Except Stewart Holbrook, Herbert Hoover, and Charles Evans Hughes) (1)
5/10
Ho-Hy (Except Stewart Holbrook, Herbert Hoover, and Charles Evans Hughes) (2)
5/11
Ho-Hy (Except Stewart Holbrook, Herbert Hoover, and Charles Evans Hughes) (3)
5/12
Ho-Hy (Except Stewart Holbrook, Herbert Hoover, and Charles Evans Hughes) (4)
6/1
Holbrook, Stewart and Family
Portland author.
6/2
Hoover, President Herbert
6/3
Hughes, Charles Evans
6/4
I
6/5
Ja-Je (Except Leon V. Jenkins) (1)
6/6
Ja-Je (Except Leon V. Jenkins) (2)
6/7
Jenkins, Leon V. and Wife
Chief of Portland Police 1919-1933 and 1946-1948.
6/8
Jo-Ju (1)
6/9
Jo-Ju (2)
6/10
Ka-Ke (Except Mildred Keats) (1)
6/11
Ka-Ke (Except Mildred Keats) (2)
6/12
Keats, Mildred Louise
1920s actress who married Albert Bradshaw in 1932.
6/13
Ki-Ky (1)
6/14
Ki-Ky (2)
7/1
La (Except Ben Hur Lampman) (1)
7/2
La (Except Ben Hur Lampman (2)
7/3
Lampman, Ben Hur
Longtime Oregonian editor and Poet Laureate of Oregon.
7/4
Le-Li (Except Harriet Leach and Dorothy McCoullough Lee (1)
7/5
Le-Li (Except Harriet Leach and Dorothy McCoullough Lee (2)
7/6
Leach, Harriet
Soprano singer in the 1920s.
7/7
Lee, Mayor Dorothy McCullough
Mayor of Portland 1949-1953.
7/8
Lo-Ly (1)
7/9
Lo-Ly (2)
7/10
Ma (Except Queen Marie of Romania) (1)
Does not include names beginning with Mc or Mac.
7/11
Ma (Except Queen Marie of Romania) (2)
7/12
Queen Marie of Romania
8/1
Mc/Mac (1)
8/2
Mc/Mac (2)
8/3
Mc/Mac (3)
8/4
Me-Mi (Except Ezra Meeker) (1)
8/5
Me-Mi (Except Ezra Meeker) (2)
8/6
Meeker, Ezra
Pioneer and traveler.
8/7
Mo-My (Except Tom Murray) (1)
8/8
Mo-My (Except Tom Murray) (2)
8/9
Murray, Tom
A bandit who killed a guard and escaped the Oregon State Penitentiary in 1925. Includes photographs related to Murray's murder trial.See also: Oregon - Salem - Prison Escape.
8/10
N (1)
8/11
N (2)
8/12
O (1)
9/1
O (2)
9/2
Pa-Pe (Except Gov. Paul Patterson) (1)
9/3
Pa-Pe (Except Gov. Paul Patterson) (2)
9/4
Pa-Pe (Except Gov. Paul Patterson) (3)
9/5
Patterson, Gov. Paul and Wife (1)
Governor of Oregon 1952-1956, who died in office.
9/6
Patterson, Gov. Paul and Wife (2)
9/7
Patterson, Gov. Paul and Wife (3)
9/8
Ph-Pl (Except Elise Bristol Platt)
9/9
Platt, Elise Bristol
1928 Rose Festival Queen.
9/10
Po-Pu (1)
9/11
Po-Pu (2)
9/12
Q
10/1
Ra-Ri (1)
10/2
Ra-Ri (2)
10/3
Ra-Ri (3)
10/4
Ra-Ri (4)
10/5
Ro-Ry (1)
10/6
Ro-Ry (2)
10/7
Sa (1)
10/8
Sa (2)
10/9
Sa (3)
10/10
Sc (Except Bertha Mae Schwan) (1)
10/11
Sc (Except Bertha Mae Schwan) (2)
10/12
Schwan, Bertha Mae
Portland-born singer.
10/13
Se-Sh (Except Glenn Shelley) (1)
11/1
Se-Sh (Except Glenn Shelley) (2)
11/2
Se-Sh (Except Glenn Shelley) (3)
11/3
Shelley, Glenn
Keyboard player.
11/4
Si-Sl
11/5
Sm-Sp (Except Gov. Earl Snell) (1)
11/6
Sm-Sp (Except Gov. Earl Snell) (2)
11/7
Snell, Gov. Earl
Governor of Oregon 1943-1947, who was killed in a plane crash while in office.
11/8
St-Sz (1)
11/9
St-Sz (2)
11/10
St-Sz (3)
11/11
St-Sz (4)
11/12
T (1)
11/13
T (2)
12/1
T (3)
12/2
U
12/3
V
12/4
Wa (1)
12/5
Wa (2)
12/6
We-Wei (1)
12/7
We-Wi (2)
12/8
We-Wi (3)
12/9
Wo-Wy (Except Wolfenson Family)
12/10
Wolfenson Family
Traveling family that was lived in a converted schoolbus
1976 June
12/11
Y
12/12
Z
12/13
Business and Civic Groups
Group portraits taken from "Groups - Business" and other folders depicting at least one Oregonian but not referring to a single organization or company. Also includes two photographs showing multiple 19th century Portland mayors.
12/14
Oregonian Employees
See also: Portland - Oregonian 75th Anniversary Celebration.
12/15
Newspaper Columnists
Photographs of columnists from various newspapers whose columns were printed in the Oregonian.Includes transparencies.
circa 1972
12/16
Unidentified

Series B :   Oregon ,  circa 1900-1984 Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
13/1
4-H Club (1)
13/2
4-H Club (2)
13/3
Abert Lake and Rim
13/4
Abiqua Falls
13/5
Adair Air Force Base
Also called Camp Adair. Located near Corvallis, the US Government decomissioned the base in 1969. The site later became a community known as Adair Village.Includes a 1977 photograph related to Chicano-Indian Study Center of Oregon, located in Adair Village.
13/6
Agate Beach
13/7
Albany
13/8
Albany Timber Carnival
13/9
Alder Creek
13/10
Alkali Lake
13/11
Aloha
13/12
Alsea River
13/13
American Legion
13/14
American Pioneer Trails Association
13/15
Amity
13/16
Antelope
13/17
Anthony Lakes
13/18
Applegate
13/19
Arch Cape
13/20
Arch Rock
13/21
Arlington
13/22
Arrah Wanna Camp
13/23
Ashland
13/24
Mt. Ashland
13/25
Ashland Creek
13/26
Astoria (1)
13/27
Astoria (2)
14/1
Aumsville
14/2
Aurora
14/3
Mt. Bachelor
14/4
Bagby Hot Springs
14/5
Baker
14/6
Baker County
14/7
Bandon
14/8
Banks
14/9
Barlow Home
Residence of William and Sam Barlow, located between Canby and Aurora.
14/10
Barlow Trail
14/11
Battle Rock State Park
14/12
Bay City
14/13
Bayocean
14/14
"Beach Scenes"
Consists of images found in folder labeled "Beach Scenes" whose locations were not specified. Original folder had subheadings reading, "Bathing Beauties Contests," "Seaside," "Nye Beach," and "Newport." Might also contain images that were taken at Rockaway or elsewhere on the Oregon coast.
14/15
Bear Valley
14/16
Beaver Boys' State
14/17
Beavercreek
14/18
Beaverton (1)
14/19
Beaverton (2)
14/20
Bend
14/21
Benson State Park Work Project
14/22
Berlin
14/23
Bethel Collge
School in Polk County which later merged with Monmouth University (now Western Oregon University).
14/24
Bethel Gas Turbine Plant
14/25
Big Sky Ranch
14/26
Big Sturgeon Lake
14/27
Black Butte
14/28
Blue Lake (Cascades)
14/29
Blue Lake (Unknown Location)
14/30
Blue Lake Regional Park
14/31
Blue River
14/32
Boardman
14/33
Boardman - Hearing on Boeing Deal
Debate on whether the Oregon Legislature should approve of a land deal to Boeing Corp. for land at Boardman. Hearing actually took place in Heppner.
1969 November 29
15/1
Boiler Bay State Park
15/2
Bombs and Bombings
15/3
Bonneville
Includes 1934 photograph of Mrs. E. Bell Hill's house near site of Bonneville Dam.See also: Oregon - Dams - Bonneville.
15/4
Boring
15/5
Boulder Creek Wilderness
15/6
Boys & Girls Aid Society
Includes a photograph of Tom McCall in costume for a Boys & Girls Aid Society event.
15/7
Boy Scouts
15/8
Breitenbush
15/9
Breitenstein Mill
Series of photographs of abandoned mill north of Sublimity.
1975
Subseries 1 : Bridges
Box/Folder
15/10
Abernathy Creek
15/11
Alsea Bay
15/12
Astoria
15/13
Barton Bridge
15/14
Boone Bridge
15/15
Bridge of the Gods
15/16
Briggs Rapids Bridge
15/17
Coos Bay
15/18
Covered
15/19
Crooked River Bridge
15/20
Dillard
15/21
Eugene
15/22
Feagle Creek Bridge
15/23
Finn Rock Bridge
Located on the McKenzie River.
15/24
Fullquartz Landing
Consists of photograph of old pilings at the site of the bridge.
15/25
Hood River
15/26
John Day River
15/27
Lewis & Clark Bridge
15/28
Longview-Rainier Bridge
15/29
Myrtle Point
15/30
Ocean Beach Highway
15/31
Oregon City-West Linn Bridge
Part of I-205.
15/32
Patterson Bridge
Located on the Rogue River.
15/33
Pudding River Bridge
15/34
Rhododendron
15/35
Skipanon River
15/36
Snake River
15/37
Suislaw River Bridge
15/38
The Dalles Bridge
15/39
Thomas Creek Bridge
15/40
Three River Bridge
15/41
Tualitin River
16/1
Umatilla Bridge
16/2
Umpqua River
16/3
Union Pacific Railroad Bridge
16/4
Wilson River
16/5
Wilsonville
16/6
Yaquina Bay Bridge
16/7
Unnamed/Unspecified
Box/Folder
16/8
Broken Top Mountain
16/9
Brookings
16/10
Brooks
16/11
Brothers
16/12
Brown's Island
16/13
Brownsmead
16/14
Brudos Murder Case
16/15
Bryce Coleman Home
Residence near Aloha that included furniture made from repurposed materials.
16/16
Brownsville
16/17
Bull Run Watershed
Includes some images of the Bull Run Dam.
16/18
Bullard's Beach State Park
16/19
Bureau of Land Management
16/20
Burns
16/21
Burns Bros. Truck Stop
Located south of Portland
16/22
Burnt River
16/23
Butteville
16/24
Camassia Nature Preserve
16/25
Camp Abbott
16/26
Camp Arago
16/27
Camp Arrowhead
16/28
Camp Benson
16/29
Camp Butte
16/30
Camp Christmas Seal
16/31
Camp Clark
16/32
Camp Clatsop
16/33
Camp Collins
16/34
Camp Colton
16/35
Camp Easter Seal
16/36
Camp Enterprise
17/1
Camp Fire Girls
17/2
Camp Hancock
17/3
Camp Ma-Ku-Ala
17/4
Camp Meehan
17/5
Camp Menucha
17/6
Camp Meriweather
17/7
Camp Namanu
17/8
Camp Pendleton
17/9
Camp Rilea
17/10
Camp Rivendale
17/11
Camp Sherman
17/12
Camp Tamarack
17/13
Camp Westwind
17/14
Camp White
17/15
Camp Wilkerson
17/16
Camp Withycombe
17/17
Canby
17/18
Canby - Clackamas County Fair
17/19
Cannon Beach
Includes a photograph of an unidentified road "near Cannon Beach."
17/20
Canyon City
17/21
Canyon View Camp
17/22
Canyonville
17/23
Cape Arago State Park
17/24
Cape Blanco
17/25
Cape Kiwanda
17/26
Cape Lookout State Park
17/27
Cape Mears
17/28
Cape Perpetua
17/29
Cape Sebastian State Park
17/30
Caples House
Located in Columbia City.
17/31
Carlton
17/32
Carver
17/33
Cascade Head
17/34
Cascade Lakes
17/35
Cascade Locks
17/36
Cascade Mountains
17/37
Cascade Ski Club
17/38
Cascadia State Park
18/1
Catholic Centennial
Unclear if photograph within was taken in St. Paul or elsewhere in Oregon.
1946 July
18/2
Cave-Ins
18/3
Cave Junction
18/4
Cazadero Tunnel
18/5
Cedar Creek
18/6
Cedar Fir Park
18/7
Cedar Hills
18/8
Cedar Mill
18/9
Celilo Canal
18/10
Celilo Falls
18/11
Celilo Village
18/12
Central Oregon
18/13
Central Point
18/14
Champoeg
18/15
Chanticleer Point
18/16
Chapel of the Hills
Located on Mt. Hood Loop Highway.
18/17
Cheney Dance School
Dance instruction held near Mt. Hood
18/18
Cherry Grove
18/19
Children's Homes
Photographs related to children's homes in unspecified locations in Oregon.
18/20
Chiloquin
18/21
Chinook Pass
18/22
Christmas Celebrations
18/23
Christmas Lake Basin
18/24
Christmas Valley
18/25
Civil Air Partol
18/26
Civil Defense
18/27
Clackamas
18/28
Clackamas County
18/29
Clackamas County Center
18/30
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office
18/31
Clackamas Industrial Area
18/32
Clackamas River
18/33
Clackamas Town Center
18/34
Clarno State Park
18/35
Clatskanie
18/36
Clatsop County
18/37
Clatsop Plains Church
18/38
Clear Lake
18/39
Cleawox Lake
See also: Oregon - Honeyman State Park.
19/1
Clifton
19/2
Cold Spur Camp
19/3
Collier State Park
19/4
Colton
19/5
Columbia County
19/6
Columbia Gorge Arts Festival
19/7
Columbia Region Information Sharing System (CRISS)
19/8
Columbia River and Gorge (1)
19/9
Columbia River and Gorge (2)
19/10
Columbia River Improvement Proposals
19/11
Columbia River Jetties and Levees
Includes photographs of jetties at the Columbia's mouth in Astoria.
19/12
Columbia River Wave Study
1980
19/13
Concord
19/14
Condon
19/15
Coos Bay (1)
19/16
Coos Bay (2)
19/17
Coos County Fair
19/18
Coos County Schools
19/19
Coquille
19/20
Corbett
19/21
Cornelius
19/22
Corvallis
19/23
Corvallis - Oregon State University
Formerly named Oregon State College.Includes photographs related to OSU-based educational radio and TV station KOAC.
19/24
Cottage Grove
19/25
Cougar Lane
20/1
Country Squire Motel
Located north of Eugene.
20/2
Country Clerks' & Recorders' Association
20/3
Cove Palisades State Park
20/4
Cow Gallery
Barn converted into arthouse southeast of Oregon City.
20/5
Crag Rats
Mountaineering group.
20/6
Crane
20/7
Crane Prairie Reservoir
20/8
Crater Lake
20/9
Crescent Bar Recreational Area
20/10
Crescent Lake
20/11
Cricket Flats
Contains image of Pine Grove Church.
20/12
Crooked County
20/13
Crooked Finger Church
Located east of Mt. Angel.
20/14
Crooked River Canyon
20/15
Crooked River Rodeo
20/16
Crown Point
20/17
Cub Scouts
20/18
Currier's Village
Located on island on Ten Mile Lake
20/19
Curry Homestead
20/20
D River
20/21
Dairy Princesses
20/22
Dallas
20/23
Damascus
Subseries 2 : Dams
Box/Folder
20/24
Applegate
20/25
Bear Creek
20/26
Bonneville
20/27
Bull Run
20/28
Cottage Grove
20/29
Crooked River
20/30
Eden Ridge
20/31
Fall Creek
21/1
Gold Ray
21/2
Golden Drift
21/3
Hells Canyon
21/4
High Mountain Sheep
Proposed dam at Oregon-Idaho border that was not built.
21/5
John Day
21/6
Lookout Point
21/7
Lost River
21/8
McNary
Includes photographs of the dam's 1954 dedication.
21/9
North Fork
21/10
Oxbow
21/11
Salt Caves
21/12
Savage Rapids
21/13
Scoggin
21/14
The Dalles
21/15
Tumalo Irrigation District
Diversion Dam located on Deschutes River.
21/16
Willow Creek
21/17
Wells
21/18
Wickiup
21/19
Winchester
Box/Folder
21/20
Daystar Fuelohol, Inc.
Located along Highway 211 betweem Canby and Molalla.
21/21
Dayton
21/22
Daughters of the American Revolution
21/23
Dee Wright Observatory
21/24
Deer Island
21/25
Delake
21/26
Demonstrations
21/27
Demonstrations - Trojan Nuclear Plant
Includes some images of protests against the Trojan Plant held in Portland.
21/28
Depoe Bay
21/29
Deschutes County
21/30
Deschutes National Forest
21/31
Deschutes Peak
21/32
Deschutes River
21/33
"Deschutes River Scenes"
Series of photographs related to railroad building in the region, from a folder titled "Deschutes River Scenes Bldg. of Railroad 1910." Includes a photograph of deserted village Paulina.
1910 July
22/1
Detroit
22/2
Detroit Lake
22/3
Devil's Lake
22/4
Diamond Craters
22/5
Diamond Lake
22/6
Donald
22/7
Donner Lake
22/8
Douglas County
22/9
Dover Community Church
Abandoned church located southeast of Sandy.
22/10
Drain
22/11
Drewsey
22/12
Drift Creek Falls
22/13
Dundee
22/14
Durham
22/15
Dutchman's Flat
22/16
Eagle Cap Wilderness Area
22/17
Eagle Creek
22/18
Eagle Creek Camp
22/19
Eagle Creek Falls
22/20
Eagle Creek Trail
22/21
Eagle Creek Valley
22/22
Eagle Point
22/23
Eagle Scouts
See also: Oregon - Boy Scouts
22/24
East Eagle Mountains
22/25
East Lake
22/26
Eastern Oregon
22/27
Eastside
22/28
Echo
22/29
Ecola State Park
22/30
Edgefield Center
22/31
Edgeville
22/32
Elephant Rock
22/33
Elgin
22/34
Elk City
22/35
Elk Creek
22/36
Elk Lake
22/37
Elks Club
22/38
Elmira
22/39
Emigrant Springs State Park
22/40
Empire
22/41
Engebersten
22/42
Ensenada
22/43
Enterprise
22/44
Epilepsy League of Oregon
23/1
Estacada
23/2
Eugene (1)
23/3
Eugene (2)
23/4
Eugene (3)
23/5
Eugene - University of Oregon
23/6
Explorer Scouts
23/7
Explosions
See also: Oregon - Bombs and Bombings.
23/8
Fairview
23/9
Fairview Peak
23/10
Falls City
23/11
Fanno Creek
23/12
Farmers Insurance Group
Images related to regional office located by Salem and Tigard-Beaverton Freeways.
23/13
Farmington
23/14
Fencrest Development
Located south of Lake Oswego.
23/15
Fields
23/16
Fires (1)
Photographs of fires in Oregon locations other than Portland.Also look under location names.
23/17
Fires (2)
23/18
Fires (3)
24/1
First Oregon Artillety Volunteer Reserves
Reenactment unit.
24/2
Fish Lake Remount Depot
Located in Willamette National Forest.
24/3
Floods (1)
24/4
Floods (2)
24/5
Floods (3)
24/6
Floods - December 1964 (1)
Includes photographs taken during flood's aftermath.
24/7
Floods - December 1964 (2)
24/8
Vanport Flood
Includes photographs of Vanport refugees and the immediate aftermath.See also: Portland - Floods - May-June 1948; Subjects - Floods - Columbia River (June 1948).
1948 May-June
24/9
Vanport Flood (2)
1948 May-June
24/10
Vanport Flood Aftermath
Images of the site where Vanport stood after the flood.
1948 July - 1956
24/11
Flora
24/12
Florence
24/13
Fogarty Creek State Park
25/1
Forest Fires (1)
25/2
Forest Fires (2)
25/3
Forest Grove (1)
25/4
Forest Grove (2)
25/5
Forest Grove - Gay Nineties Festival
25/6
Forest Grove Watershed
25/7
Forest Hills
Located near Lake Oswego.
25/8
Fort Caltsop
25/9
Fort Dalles
25/10
Fort Rock
25/11
Fort Stevens
25/12
Fort Stevens (2)
25/13
Fossil
25/14
Franciscan Sisiters of the Eucharist
Monastery located in Columbia River Gorge.
25/15
Frank Farm
Property near Garden Home owned by Aaron M. Frank. Also includes a June 1933 photograph of a children's carnival held there.
25/16
Fremont National Forest
25/17
Frenchglen
25/18
Frieda
25/19
Frog Lake
25/20
Frog Pond
25/21
Future Farmers of America
25/22
Gardiner
25/23
Garibalid
25/24
Gates
25/25
Gay Home
Residence of George K. Gay near Hopewell, the first brick house built in Oregon.
25/26
Gearhart
25/27
Gearhart Wilderness
26/1
Georgia-Pacific Corp.
Photographs of Georgia-Pacific plants in various Oregon places, mostly Toledo.
26/2
Gerlinger Forest
26/3
Gervais
26/4
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
26/5
Gilbert River
26/6
Gilchrist
26/7
Girl Scouts
Includes Girl Scout camps.
26/8
Girls' State
26/9
Glacier Lake
26/10
Gladstone
26/11
Glendale
26/12
Goble
26/13
Gods Valley
26/14
Gold Beach
26/15
Gold Hill
26/16
Good Roads Movement
26/17
Good Shepherd Lutheran Home & School for the Mentally Retarded
Located near Cornelius.
26/18
Goodall Home
Residence of H. B. Goodall, located between Lake Oswego and Oregon City.
26/19
Government Camp
26/20
Government Island
26/21
Grande Ronde
26/22
Grandview Flats
26/23
Granges
26/24
Granite
26/25
Granite Hill Mine
Located near Grants Pass.
26/26
Grant County
26/27
Grants Pass
Includes two photographs of unnamed mines near Grants Pass.
26/28
Gray Butte Cemetery
26/29
Gray Memorial Church
Located between Seaside and Astoria.
26/30
Green Guards
26/31
Greenhorn
27/1
Gresham (1)
27/2
Gresham (2)
27/3
Gresham - Multnomah County Fair
Photographs of pre-1970 fairs, which were held in Gresham.
27/4
Guerilla Units
Photographs of armed volunteer units that assembled in World War II for defense in the event of a Japanese invasion, including a group photo of the Portland unit known as the Bushwhackers.
1942
27/5
Hagg Lake
27/6
Halfway
27/7
Halloween Celebrations
27/8
Halsey
27/9
Happy Valley
27/10
Harney County
27/11
Harney Lake
27/12
Harris State Park
27/13
Harrison Hot Springs
27/14
Hart Mountain
27/15
Hat Rock Park
27/16
Hayden Island
27/17
Heceta Head
27/18
Helvetia Community Church
27/19
Hell Gate Canyon
27/20
Helmick Park
Located south of Monmouth.
27/21
Hermiston
27/22
Highland Games
Photograph of Highland Games held on Mt. Hood
27/23
Highways
Includes images related to Alsea Highway, I-205, Oregon 34, Kleinschmidt Grade, Knapps Hill Highway, McKenzie Pass Highway, and New Era Highway.
27/24
Highways - L. H. Gregory Roadtrips (1)
Photographs related to automobile trips Oregonian Sports Editor Lair H. Gregory and colleagues made. Includes images of the Columbia Gorge Highway, Pacific Highway, Government Camp, and Mt. Hood.
circa 1919-1929
27/25
Highways - L. H. Gregory Roadtrips (2)
circa 1919-1929
27/26
Highways - Sunset Highway Construction
1946
27/27
Hillman Peak
28/1
Hillsboro (1)
28/2
Hillsboro (2)
28/3
Hillsboro Airport
28/4
Hines
28/5
Hinkle
28/6
Hobart Butte
28/7
Home Run Orchard
Billy Sullivan's residence near Newberg.
28/8
Honeyman State Park
See also: Oregon - Cleawox Lake.
Subseries 3 : Mt. Hood
Box/Folder
28/9
Aerial Tram
28/10
Climbers
28/11
Climbing Accidents and Rescues (1)
28/12
Climbing Accidents and Rescues (2)
28/13
Cloud Cap Inn
Includes conceptual drawing for a "new Cloud Cap Inn."
28/14
Kiwanis Camp
28/15
Lost Lake
28/16
Mazamas Mountain Climbing School
1956 May 13
28/17
Mt. Hood Meadows
28/18
Mt. Hood National Forest
28/19
Peaks, Crags, Etc.
28/20
Skiing
28/21
Timberline Lodge
28/22
Views (1)
28/23
Views (2)
28/24
Winter Sports Carnival
1932 January
28/25
Other Images
Box/Folder
29/1
Hood River
29/2
Hood River - Columbia Gorge Hotel
Includes a photograph of Wah-Gwin-Gwin Falls in hotel's garden.
29/3
Hood River County
29/4
Hood River Meadows
29/5
Hood River Valley
29/6
Hoodland
29/7
Hoodoo Ski Bowl
29/8
Horsetail Falls
29/9
Huber
29/10
Hug Point
29/11
Humbug State Park
29/12
Illinois Valley
29/13
Imnaha
29/14
Independence
29/15
Independence Day Celebrations
Also known as Fourth of July Celebrations.
29/16
Indian Mary Park
29/17
Ione
29/18
Irish Lake
29/19
Jackson County
29/20
Jackson F. Kimball Memorial Park
29/21
Jacksonville
29/22
Jason Lee Mission
29/23
Jefferson
29/24
Mt. Jefferson
29/25
Jefferson County
29/26
Jefferson Park
29/27
Jenning Lodge
29/28
Jesuit Novitiate
Located near Sheridan.
29/29
Job Corps
Includes many images related to Tongue Point Job Corps.
30/1
John Day
30/2
John Day Canyon
Includes images related to John Day Highhway.
30/3
John Day Fossil Beds
30/4
John Day River
30/5
Johnson City
Mobile home park located near Milwaukie.
30/6
Johnson Creek
30/7
Johnson Creek Raft Races
30/8
Johns-Manville Corp.
Lumber corporation located near Klamath Falls.
30/9
Jones Cemetery
Located near Sylvan.
30/10
Joseph - Chief Joseph Days
30/11
Josephine County Fair
30/12
Junior Miss Oregon
30/13
Keating
30/14
"Keep Oregon Green" Campaign
30/15
Kidney Association of Oregon
30/16
King City
30/17
Kingsley Field
30/18
Kinzua
30/19
Kiwanis
30/20
Klamath County
30/21
Klamath Falls
30/22
Klamath Falls Indian Agency
30/23
Klamath Falls Ski Camp
30/24
Klamath Indian Reservation
See also: Subjects - Indians of North America - Klamath
30/25
Klamath Lake
30/26
Klamath River
30/27
Klickitat River
30/28
Klickitat Sawmill
30/29
Knights of Columbus
30/30
Knollwood Estates
Mobile home park.
30/31
Koosah Falls
30/32
Krome Corp.
30/33
La Grande
30/34
Lafayette
30/35
Lake County
30/36
Lake Grove
30/37
Lake Lytle
31/1
Lake Oswego (1)
31/2
Lake Oswego (2)
31/3
Lake of the Woods
31/4
Lakeview
31/5
Landslides
31/6
Lane County
31/7
Lane County - "Views in the Siuslaw Country"
Series of photographs depicting the countryside along and near Southern Pacific Railroad from Eugene to Florence during railroad's construction. Includes images of Florence and Lake Stilacoes.
31/8
Larch Mountain
31/9
Latourell Falls
31/10
Lava Beds National Monument
31/11
Lava Butte
31/12
Lava Butte Crater
Loacted in Crook County.
31/13
Lava Caves State Park
31/14
Lava Coast Forest
31/15
League of Women Voters of Oregon
31/16
Lebanon
31/17
Lemolo Falls
31/18
Lemolo County
31/19
Leslie Gulch
31/20
Lewis & Clark Campsite Park
31/21
Lexington
31/22
Liberal
31/23
Lighthouse Moving
Series of photographs depicting the removal of a lighthouse at the mouth of the Willamette River to make way for a new house. Also includes a photograph of the lighthouse from 1939, when it was first offered for sale.
1939; 1946 July
31/24
Lincoln City
31/25
Lincoln County
31/26
Link River
31/27
Linn County
31/28
Linnton
31/29
Little Crater Lake
31/30
Logan Mine
Located near Grants Pass.
31/31
Lolo Hot Springs
31/32
London
32/1
Lonerock
32/2
Lookingglass
32/3
Loon Lake
32/4
Lost Creek Campsite
32/5
Lost Forest
32/6
Lorane
32/7
Lyons - M & M Woodworking Plant
32/8
Madras
32/9
Malheur Cave
32/10
Malheur City
32/11
Malheur County
32/12
Malheur Wildlife Refuge
Also known as Malhuer Bird Refuge and Malheur Game Refuge.
32/13
Malibu Club
32/14
Malin Substation
Located near Klamath Falls.
32/15
Manhattan Beach
32/16
Manzanita
32/17
Marcola
32/18
Marial
32/19
Marion County
32/20
Marion Lake
32/21
Marlene Village Shopping Center
32/22
Marmot
32/23
Marshfield
32/24
Marylhurst - Kerr Center for Handicapped Children
32/25
Mayrlhurst College
32/26
Maupin
32/27
Maywood Park
32/28
Mazamas
32/29
McCabe United Methodist Church
Located southwest of McMinnville.
32/30
McCall Ranch
Loctaed on Crooked River between Redmond and Prineville.
32/31
McChord Air Base
32/32
McIver State Park
32/33
McKenzie River
32/34
Mt. McLoughlin
32/35
McMinnville
32/36
McMinnville - Linfield College
33/1
McNary City
33/2
Meadowood Springs Speech Camp
33/3
Medford
33/4
Medical Springs
33/5
Memaloose Island
33/6
Memaloose Overlook
33/7
Memorial Day Celebrations
33/8
Menasha Co.
Photograph of tilling and filling for site near North Bend.
33/9
Mental Health Association of Oregon
33/10
Merrill
33/11
Metolius
33/12
Metolius River
33/13
Miller Mountain
Contains photograph of cabin where murdered couple Mr. and Mrs. Ira Martin had resided.
1940 November
33/14
Millican
33/15
Millicoma Tree Farm
33/16
Milton-Freewater
33/17
Milwaukie (1)
33/18
Milwaukie (2)
33/19
Miss Oregon
See also People Series for photographs of individual contestants.
33/20
Miss Teen Oregon
33/21
Missing Persons (1)
Mostly headshots of missing people, but includes photographs related to search parties and photographs of missing people having been found.Includes missing people from Portland.
33/22
Missing Persons (2)
33/23
Missing Persons (3)
33/24
Mist
34/1
Molalla
34/2
Monmouth
34/3
Moon Landing Tests
Exercise in Central Oregon to simulate walking on a moonscape.
1964
34/4
Moro
34/5
Morrow County Rodeo
34/6
Morton Loggers Jubilee
34/7
Mt. Angel
34/8
Mt. Hebo Air Foce Base
34/9
Mt. Hood Hardboard and Plywood Co-Operative
Group made promises to build plant near Estacada; several members were later convicted of mail fraud.
34/10
Mt. View School
Located in Benton County.
34/11
Mountain Home United Methodist Church
Located west of Sherwood.
34/12
Mulino
34/13
Multnomah
34/14
Mulnomah County
34/15
Multnomah Falls
34/16
Murders (1)
Mostly photographs of crime scenes.Includes Portland murders.Also look under individual case names.
34/17
Murders (2)
34/18
Murphy
34/19
Myrtle Creek
34/20
Mystery House
Located near Gold Hill.
34/21
Naturalization Ceremonies
34/22
Neah-Kah-Nie
34/23
Nelscott
34/24
Netarts Bay
Includes a photograph of the community of Netarts.
34/25
Newberg
34/26
Newbridge
35/1
Newport
Includes images of Nye Beach and Jumpoff Joe.
35/2
North Bend
35/3
North Pacific Co-Operative Creameries
35/4
North Plains
35/5
Nyssa
35/6
Oak Grove
35/7
Oak Grove Hydroelectric Plant
35/8
Oceanlake
35/9
Oceanside
35/10
Old Oregon Museum
Located near Gold Hill.
35/11
Optimist Club Camp
35/12
Oregon Butter & Ice Cream Makers' Association
35/13
Oregon Caves
35/14
Oregon City
35/15
Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers
35/16
Oregon Country Fair
Fair was held near Elmira.
1976 June
35/17
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs
35/18
Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC)
35/19
Oregon Manufacturers' Assocation
35/20
Oregon National Guard
Includes photographs of the 19th century Oregon Militia.
35/21
Oregon State Motor Association
35/22
Oregon State Tuberculosis Association
35/23
Oregon Women's Golf Association
35/24
Otter Rock
Includes two postcards which misspell the name as "Ottar Rock"
35/25
Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery
Located near Lafayette.
35/26
Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co.
35/27
Pendleton (1)
35/28
Pendleton (2)
35/29
Pioneer Flintkote Co.
35/30
Pisgah Colony
Home run by Hattie B. Lawrence located near Scapoose.
35/31
Plot Butte Cave
35/32
Port Orford
35/33
Prairie City
35/34
Prineville
35/35
Prospect
35/36
Providence Church
Located East of Lebanon.
35/37
Rainier
35/38
Red's Wallowa Horse Ranch
36/1
Reedsport
36/2
Richland
36/3
Rockaway
36/4
Rogue Elk Hotel
Located between Crater Lake and Medford.
36/5
Rogue River Valley
36/6
Roseburg
36/7
Saddle Mountain
36/8
St. Helens
36/9
St. Paul
36/10
Salem (1)
36/11
Salem (2)
36/12
Salem - Circuit Rider Statue
36/13
Salem - Old State Capitol
Includes photographs the governor's office and of the the damage caused by the 1935 fire which gutted the building.
36/14
Salem - Oregon State Hospital
36/15
Salem - Prison Escape
Photos related to escape of Bert ("Oregon") Jones, Ellsworth Kelley, Tom Murray and James Willos from Oregon State Penitentiary. Jones and guards J. N. Holman and John Sweeney were killed during the escape. Includes a photograph of the grand jury for the subsequent trial.See also: People - Murray, Tom.
1925 August
36/16
Salvation Army - Trestle Glen Camp
36/17
Sandy
36/18
Sauvie Island
Mostly photographs of the Bybee-Howell Home.
36/19
Scappoose
Contains two images related to the Scappoose Consolidated School.
36/20
Scottsburg
36/21
Seaside
36/22
Sherwood
Largely photographs concerning the Sherwood Public Library.
36/23
Shore Acres
37/1
Short Sand Beach
37/2
Siletz
37/3
Siletz River
37/4
Silver Falls State Park
Contains images of Middle North Falls and Upper North Falls.
37/5
Silverton
1929 February
37/6
Six Corners - Raided Still
Photographs of an illegal alcohol still that had been raided by the police.
37/7
Smith Lake
37/8
Smithfield
37/9
State Game Commission
37/10
State Supreme Court
37/11
Stayton
37/12
Steen Mountain
37/13
Sterling Hydraulic Mine
37/14
Summit
37/15
Sunriver Lodge
37/16
Taft
37/17
Lake Tahkenitch
37/18
Talent
37/19
Tauchmann Home
Located at Boone's Ferry.
37/20
Mt. Thielsen
37/21
The Dalles
Mostly photographs of the city's hospitals and Harvey Aluminum Co.
37/22
The Dalles - Ice Jam
2 photographs, at least one by Benjamin Gifford, of ice covering the Columbia River at The Dalles.
1909 January
37/23
Three-Fingered Jack
37/24
Three Sisters
37/25
Tigard
37/26
Tilikum Retreat Center Camp
37/27
Tillamook
37/28
Tillamook Bay
37/29
Tillamook Lighthouse
37/30
Troutdale
37/31
Troutdale - Multnomah County Farm
37/32
Tualitin
37/33
Tualitin Plains Presbyterian Church
37/34
Tumalo Falls
37/35
Umatilla County
37/36
Umpqua Coast Guard Station
38/1
Umpqua Light House
38/2
Union
38/3
Vale
38/4
Vanport
Also called Kaiserville. Includes two images labeled "East Vanport."See also: Oregon - Floods - Vanport Flood.
38/5
Vernonia
38/6
Viola Richmond Murder Case
1927 December
38/7
Walker Creek Falls
Includes images of the posse gathered to find killer Ray Ferguson and the schoolhouse where Richmond taught.
38/8
Wallowa Mountains
Includes images of Wallowa Lake and Wallowa-Whitman National Park.
38/9
Warrenton
38/10
Warrior Rock Lighthouse
38/11
Wasco
38/12
Wasco County
38/13
Mt. Washington
38/14
Washington County
38/15
Waterfalls
Series of undated photographs by Drake Brothers Studio depicting Double Falls, Drake Falls, Fourth Falls, Twin Falls, and Winter Falls.Search under individual names for other photographs of Oregon waterfalls.
38/16
Welches
38/17
West Slope
38/18
West Union Baptist Church
38/19
Whistler's Bend County Park
Located near Roseburg.
38/20
Wilhoit
38/21
Willard Church
Located in the Waldo Hills.
38/22
Wilsonville
38/23
Wilsonville - Dammasch State Hospital
38/24
Winchester Bay
38/25
Wind Mountain Camp
38/26
Woahink Lake
38/27
Women's Christian Temperance Union (WTCU)
Contains 1927 photograph of WCTU members burning the mortgage to the Children's Home the organization ran.
38/28
Woodburn
Mostly images of the Settlemier Home.
38/29
Woodburn - Oregon State Training School
38/30
Yamhill
38/31
Yaquina Bay Lighthouse
38/32
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA)
38/33
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA)
38/34
Zena Church
Located in Polk County.

Series C :   Portland ,  1884-1983 Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
39/1
3 Boys Market
39/2
4-H Club
39/3
200 Market Building
39/4
421 5th Avenue Building
39/5
A. Young & Son
39/6
Adams Home
Residence of C. F. Adams.
39/7
Adcox Aviation & Automotive School
Contains images of Chinese pilots who trained at the school.
39/8
Adressograph-Multigraph
39/9
Aerial Views
39/10
Aero Club
39/11
Ainsworth Building
39/12
Alano Club
39/13
Alaska Sleeping Bag Co.
39/14
Albertina Kerr Nursery
39/15
Albertina Kerr Center - Max Tucker Cottage
39/16
Albina Christmas Party
39/17
Albina District
Includes a number of photographs related to the Albina Art Center.
39/18
Alderwood Country Club
39/19
Alisky Building
39/20
Alpenrose Dairy
Includes photographs of events sponsored by Alpenrose Dairy, such as Storybook Lane and the Alpenrose Americana Pageant.
39/21
Altrusa Club
39/22
American Cancer Society
39/23
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) Convention
1969 September
39/24
American Guaranty Life Insurance Co.
39/25
American Heritage Association
39/26
American Industrial Service Co.
39/27
American Instutitute of Architects
Contains 1969 photograph of champagne celebration in newly-combined offices of American Institute of Architects, American Society of Landscape Architects, American Institute of Interior Design, and Producers' Council. Inc.
39/28
American Institute of Banking
39/29
American Legion
39/30
American Legion National Convention
Includes a series of photographs depicting businesses boarding up their windows in anticipation of violent protests.See also: Portland - Demonstrations - American Legion Convention (August-September 1970)
1970 August-September
39/31
American Mining Congress Convention
1964
39/32
American Motors
39/33
American Newspaper Guild Convention
1952 August
39/34
American Philatelic Society Convention
1960 August
39/35
American Red Cross
39/36
American Steel Warehouse Co.
Subseries 1 : Apartments
Box/Folder
40/1
A-F
Includes: The Buckingham; Calaroga Terrace; Cameo Plaza; Clay Towers; Crown Portland; David Arthur; Daisy B. Williams Court; Dekum Court; Estelle Court; Executive House; Folkman Building.
40/2
Ambassador
40/3
Binford
40/4
Carndinell View
40/5
Charlotte Court
40/6
Cromwell Annex
Later became Holladay Home.
40/7
Fontaine
40/8
G-L
Includes: Gigi Apartments; Glisan Apartments; Harrison House; Hillsdale Terrace; Holladay Park Plaza; Jackson Apartments; Jeanne Manor; Kearney Apartments; Kinney Apartments.
40/9
Hollywood East
40/10
Hollywood Towne House
40/11
Ione
40/12
King Tower
40/13
M-N
Includes: McCormack Pier; Market Apartments; Marshall House; Martha Washington; Medallion Apartments; Metcliff Apartments; Montgomery Apartments; Morgan Apartments.
40/14
Northwest Towers
40/15
O-S
Includes: Orchard Hill; Park Vista; Parkway Manor; Satellite Apartments; Schrunk Riverview Tower; Shadow Hills Apartments.
40/16
Olive
40/17
Panorama
40/18
Park Plaza
40/19
Portland Center
40/20
Portland Plaza
40/21
Portland Towers
40/22
T-Z
Includes: Union Manor; Unthank Plaza; Wese Park; Wilshire Apartments.
40/23
Terwilliger Plaza
40/24
Vista St. Clair
40/25
Western Rooms
40/26
Unnamed
Includes "Turnkey Project" apartments.
Box/Folder
40/27
Apollo Club
40/28
Aquamania
Also called "Aqua Spectacular."
40/29
Arbor Day Celebrations
40/30
Architectural Preservation Gallery
40/31
Argay Terrace
40/32
Arleta Rest Home
40/33
Arlington Club
40/34
Armed Forces Day Celebrations
40/35
Armistice Day Celebrations
Now known as Veterans Day Celebrations.
41/1
Armory
Includes concept art from 1927 for a proposed new "memorial armory."
41/2
Army Equipment Show
Display held by Armory to attract recruits.
1946 August
41/3
Arnold Creek Sewer Project
1980 January
41/4
Artquake
41/5
Ash Creek Woods
41/6
Assistance League of Portland
41/7
Association of Western Pulp and Paper Workers
41/8
Athletic Club
41/9
Atiyeh Bros.
41/10
Atlantic-Pacific Highways & Electrical Exposition
Contains photographs related to planning for the exposition, scheduled for 1925.
circa 1921
41/11
Audubon Society
41/12
Auto Block
41/13
Auto Camp
1922
41/14
Automatic Electric Brake Co.
41/15
Aviation Country Club
41/16
B. P. John Furniture Co.
41/17
Banfield Distribution Center
41/18
Banfield Industrial Park
41/19
Banfield Plaza
Subseries 2 : Banks
Does not include savings and loan associations.
Box/Folder
41/20
American Exchange Bank
41/21
Bank of California
41/22
Bank of Oregon
41/23
Bank of Portland
41/24
Federal Reserve Bank
41/25
First National Bank of Oregon (1)
41/26
First National Bank of Oregon (2)
41/27
Great Western National Bank
41/28
Hibernia Bank
41/29
Northwestern National Bank
41/30
Oregon Bank
41/31
Oregon State Mutual Savings Bank
41/32
Pacific First Federal Reserve Bank
41/33
Portland Security Bank
41/34
Security Bank of Oregon
41/35
US National Bank
41/36
Wells Fargo
Box/Folder
42/1
Baptist World Youth Conference
42/2
Barber Block
42/3
Barker Manufacturing Co.
42/4
Bars
42/5
Battleship Oregon Museum
42/6
Battleship Oregon Park
42/7
Beall Pipe & Tank Corp.
42/8
Beaumont District
42/9
Beaux Arts Balls
42/10
Beaver Engraving Co.
42/11
Benaraya Business Park
42/12
Bend-Portland Truck Terminal
42/13
Benjamin Franklin Savings & Loan Association
42/14
Bethesda Bible Institute
42/15
Bickel Building
42/16
Bingham-Willamette Co.
42/17
Bishop's Close
42/18
Bissinger & Co.
42/19
Blagen Block
42/20
Blake, Moffitt & Towne
42/21
Blanchet House of Hospitality
42/22
Blanding Dream Home
42/23
Blitz-Weinhard Co.
42/24
Blue Birds
Division of Campfire Girls.
42/25
Blue Cross of Oregon
42/26
Blue Goose International Convention
1964 August
42/27
Blue Key Fraternity
42/28
Blumaer-Frank Drug Co.
42/29
B'nai B'rith
42/30
Board of Trade Building
42/31
Boise-Cascade Building
See also: Subjects - Boise-Cascade Co.
42/32
Bombs and Bombings (1)
42/33
Bombs and Bombings (2)
43/1
Bow & Arrow Dance Club
43/2
Boy Scouts
43/3
Boyd Coffee Co.
43/4
Bradley Pies, Inc.
43/5
Brady-Hamilton Stevedore Co.
43/6
Braecroft Subdivision
43/7
Brice Kidnapping Case
Series of unused photographs related to attempted kidnapping of George Brice III from Catlin School. Includes photographs of Catlin School faculty, Virginia Van Kirk Brice, Beverly Brice, suspect Jimmy Valentine, and Valentine's associates Honey Latourelle and Louis Davis.Envelope originally contatining photographs had date stamp of April 22, 1954, but most images were taken just after the incident on March 19, and the remainder were most likely taken in late March or early April.
1954 March-April
Subseries 3 : Bridges
Box/Folder
43/8
Bailey
43/9
Broadway
43/10
Burlington Northern Railroad
43/11
Burnside
43/12
Fremont
43/13
Hawthorne
Contains photograph that simultaneuously shows Hawthorne, Marquam and Sellwood Bridges.
43/14
I-205
Also known as the Glenn Jackson Bridge.
43/15
Interstate
43/16
Interstate (Proposed)
1953-1954
43/17
Johnson Creek
43/18
Kittridge Ave. Viaduct
43/19
Lovejoy Viaduct
43/20
Madison St.
43/21
Marquam
43/22
Morrison
Includes both old and new Morrison Bridges.
43/23
NE Sandy Blvd.
43/24
Ross Island
43/25
St. Johns
43/26
Sellwood
43/27
Steel Bridge
43/28
Sullivan's Gulch
43/29
Thurman St.
43/30
Vista Ave.
Box/Folder
43/31
Bridlemire District
43/32
Broadmoor Golf Course
44/1
The Broadway
44/2
Broadway Association
44/3
Broadway Boot Shot
44/4
Broadway Cab Co.
44/5
Broadway Theater League
44/6
Brooklyn Park
44/7
Brotherhood Week
44/8
Capt. Brown Home
Residence of Capt. John Brown.
44/9
Buckman Action Center
44/10
Buckman District
44/11
Builders Exchange Building
44/12
Buildings - Unnamed/Unidentified
44/13
Burlington Northern Industrial Park
44/14
Burnside Consortium
Later known as Central City Concern.
44/15
Burnside Trolley Building
44/16
Buxton Motor Co.
44/17
Byers Color Laboratory
44/18
C & H Sugar Corp.
44/19
California Asphalt Co.
44/20
Cameo Swimming Pools
44/21
Canada Dry
44/22
Candle Shop
44/23
Cardroom Beer Ban
Unused photographs taken for story regarding a new law prohibiting games in taverns.
1951 October
44/24
Caritas Club
44/25
Carl Greve Jewelry
44/26
Cascade Building
44/27
Cascade Plaza
44/28
Cascade Run-Off
44/29
Cascade Village
44/30
Castles
44/31
Cathedral Park
See also: Portland - Bridges - St. Johns.
44/32
Catlin-Gabel Rummage Sale
44/33
Cave-Ins
44/34
Central Brass & Aluminum
44/35
Central East Portland Community Club
44/36
Central Motors
44/37
Central Plaza
44/38
Central Plaza South
44/39
Century Building
44/40
Century Tower
45/1
Chamber of Commerce
45/2
Chaney Home
Residence of Henry F. Chaney
45/3
Chapman Square
See also: Portland - Plaza Blocks.
45/4
Charix Coffee House
45/5
Charles F. Berg. Co.
45/6
Charles H. Lilly Co.
45/7
Charlton Laboratories, Inc.
45/8
Chase Residence
45/9
Children's Book Week
45/10
Children's Homes
45/11
Children's Museum
45/12
Chin Up Club
45/13
China Lantern
45/14
Chinatown
45/15
Chinese New Year Celebrations
45/16
Chipman Chemical Co.
45/17
Christmas Celebrations
45/18
Christmas Pageants
45/19
Church Home
Residence of William Church.
Subseries 4 : Churches and Other Houses of Worship
Box/Folder
45/20
Buddist Temples
45/21
Christian Churches - General
Contains photographs of churches that are non-denominational or whose denomination was unspecified.
45/22
Apostolic
45/23
Assembly of God
45/24
Baptist
45/25
Brethren
46/1
Catholic (1)
46/2
Catholic (2)
46/3
Christian Science
46/4
Church of Christ
46/5
Congregational
46/6
Episcopal
46/7
Evangelical
46/8
Foursquare
46/9
Friends
Commonly known as Quakers.
46/10
Greek Orthodox
46/11
Latter Day Saints
Commonly known as Mormons.
46/12
Lutheran
46/13
Mennonite
46/14
Methodist (1)
Includes Methodist Episcopal churches.
46/15
Methodist (2)
46/16
Nazarene
46/17
Presbyterian
47/1
Russian Orthodox
47/2
Seventh Day Adventist
47/3
Unitarian
47/4
Church of Scientology
47/5
Hindu Temples
47/6
Synagogues
Box/Folder
47/7
City Commission
47/8
City Community Concert Association
47/9
City-County-Federal Building
47/10
City-County Kelly Butte Communications Center
47/11
City-County-State Building
47/12
City Jail
47/13
Civic Center
47/14
Civil Aeronautics Administration
47/15
Civil Defense
47/16
Civil War Centennial Exhibit
1961
47/17
Claire Argow Women's Correctional Facility
47/18
Clarke Woodward Drug Co.
47/19
Clemens Home
Residence of William J. Clemens.
47/20
Clocktower
47/21
Clyde B. Crosby Trial
1957
47/22
Coast Electric Manufacturing Co.
47/23
Cobb Home
47/24
Coffin Home
Residence of Stephen Coffin.
47/25
Coliseum Gardens
47/26
Colonial Manor
Sanitarium for the elderly.
47/27
The Colony
See also: Portland - Kamm Home.
47/28
Columbia Athletic Club
47/29
Columbia Basin Interstate Commission Meeting
1962 October 8
47/30
Columbia Bay
Proposed dredging project.
47/31
Columbia Edgewater Country Club
47/32
Columbia Golf Course
47/33
Columbia Hunt Club
Includes Columbia Junior Hunt Club.
47/34
Columbia Market
48/1
Columbia Park
48/2
Columbia River Yacht Club
48/3
Columbia Slough
Includes photographs of Columbia Slough levee.
48/4
Columbia Square
48/5
Columbia Tire Corp.
48/6
Columbia Villa
48/7
Commerce Building
48/8
Commerce Circle
48/9
Commerce Club
48/10
Commonwealth Building
48/11
"Communist Day"
Farcical event put on by Pacific University publication P.U. Stinker; photograph was taken in downtown Portland.
1950
48/12
Communist Round-Up
Image of alleged Communists being loaded into police wagons
1934 July 18
48/13
Community Care
48/14
Community Chest
48/15
Community Concerts
48/16
Community Music Center, Inc.
48/17
Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) Convention
1948 November
48/18
Condominiums
48/19
Consolidated Electrical Distributors
48/20
Consolitated Freightways
48/21
Consolidated Metco, Inc.
48/22
Consular Corps
48/23
Contact Center
48/24
Contremporary Crafts Gallery
48/25
Continental Can Co.
48/26
Continental Grain Co.
Contains photographs of building's demolition in August 1968.
48/27
Cook Industries, Inc.
48/28
Copeland Lumber Yard
48/29
Copper Castle
48/30
Copperfield Jail
48/31
Corbett Building
48/32
Corbett Home
Residence of Henry Corbett.
48/33
Cordray Theater
48/34
Corning Glass Factory
48/35
Cosmopolitan Club
48/36
Couch Park
48/37
Council Crest Park
49/1
Crawford Home
49/2
Crematoriums
49/3
Creston Park
49/4
Croatian Day Picnic
49/5
Croatian Fraternal Union
49/6
Crown Plaza
49/7
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden
49/8
Cub Scouts
49/9
Curtis Publishing Co.
49/10
D. H. Overmyer Warehouse Co.
49/11
Dad's Root Beer Bottling Co.
49/12
Daughters of Neptune
49/13
Daughters of the Nile
49/14
Daughters of Penelope
49/15
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War
49/16
David Campbell Memorial Fountain
Includes photographs of commemorative services for fallen firemen held at the fountain.
49/17
Davidson Baking Co.
49/18
De Luxe Cab Co.
49/19
Dekum Building
49/20
Dekum Court
49/21
DeMolay
Includes photographs DeMolay Honorees and DeMolay Day.
49/22
Del Mar of Northwest, Inc.
49/23
Delphian Society
49/24
Delta Delta Delta
49/25
Delta Gamma
49/26
Delta Gamma Kappa
49/27
Delta Park
Includes images of stadiums planned for the park.See also: Oregon - Vanport.
49/28
Delta Sigma Theta
49/29
Delta Theta Phi Convention
1947 July
49/30
Delta Zeta
49/31
Demonstrations
49/32
Demonstrations - American Legion Convention
See also: Portland - American Legion Convention (1970 August-September )
1970 August-September
49/33
Demonstrations - Vietnam War Protests
A majority of the photographs are of student demonstrations held in May 1970.
49/34
Department of Interior Building
49/35
Dickinson Co.
49/36
Dieringer's Woodstock Shopping Center
49/37
Diesel Service Unit Co.
49/38
Dimetre Electric Co.
49/39
Disabled American Veterans Rehabilitation Center
50/1
Disaster Drills
50/2
Disaster Hoax
Images related to incident wherein a man made calls claiming a major disaster, resulting in over 50 emergency vehicles rushing to Grant and Girls' Polytechnic High Schools.
1953 January 22
50/3
Docks
50/4
Dodge City
50/5
Doernbecher Home
Residence of Frank Silas Doernbecher.
50/6
Doernbecher Manufacturing Co.
50/7
Dolph Home
Residence of J. N. Dolph.
50/8
Don Neher Motors
50/9
Dorman-Kanpe Gravel Pit
50/10
Double-O Shop
50/11
Downtown Athletic Club
50/12
Downtown District
50/13
Downtown Plaza
50/14
Drop-In Center
50/15
Drug Stores
50/16
Dry Docks
50/17
Dugan Cab Co.
50/18
Duniway Center
50/19
Duniway Park
50/20
Duniway Plaza
50/21
Dunne Home
50/22
Dunthorpe Motor Transport
50/23
Dwyer Lumber Co.
50/24
Eagle Scouts (1)
See also: Portland - Boy Scouts.
50/25
Eagle Scouts (2)
50/26
Eagles Lodge
50/27
Earth Day Celebrations
50/28
Eathquakes
50/29
East Bank Esplenade
50/30
"The East End"
Office complex in northeast Portland.
50/31
East-CAP
50/32
East Gate Village
50/33
East Multnomah Child Care Center
50/34
East Portland Marina
50/35
East Side Commercial Club
50/36
East Side Railroad Terminal
1884
51/1
Easter Celebrations
51/2
Easter Seal Society
51/3
Eastern Outfitting
Later became the Dierks Medical Building.
51/4
Eastmoreland District
51/5
Eastmoreland Golf Course
51/6
Eastport Plaza
51/7
Edgewater Golf Club
51/8
Educational Services Center
51/9
Elections
51/10
Electric Building
51/11
Electric Contractors, Inc.
51/12
Electric-Metallurgical Co.
51/13
Electric Scientific Industries
51/14
Elk Rock Island
51/15
Elks Club
51/16
Elks Temple
51/17
Emperor Building
Contains image of building's demolition in 1968.
51/18
Emblem Club of Portland
51/19
Epilepsy Leauge of Metropolitan Portland
51/20
Epsilon Sigma Alpha
51/21
Epworth League
51/22
Equitable Savings & Loan Association
51/23
Erickson's
51/24
Errol Heights District
51/25
Esco Corp.
51/26
Evans Products Co.
51/27
Ex-Newsboys Association
51/28
Explosions
See also: Portland - Bombs and Bombings.
51/29
FMC Corp.
51/30
Fabri-Valve Co.
51/31
Factory Motor Car Co.
52/1
Failing Building
Located at SW 5th and Alder.
52/2
Failing Home
52/3
Fair Northwest
1973 May
52/4
Fairview Farms Little League Baseball Park
52/5
Fairy Tale Parade
52/6
Far West Federal Savings & Loan Association
52/7
Farley Building
52/8
Farmers Automobile Insurance
52/9
Fashioncraft Furniture
52/10
Father's Day Celebrations
52/11
Feast of St. Francis Celebration
Photographs of animals being blessed for the festival.
1979 October 9
52/12
Federal Building
Includes 1963 photogtaphs of structures that previously stood on the site.
52/13
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Office
52/14
Federal Housing Administration
52/15
Fields Motor Co.
52/16
Fifty-Fifty Club
52/17
Financial Center Building
52/18
Fine Arts Building
52/19
Finnish Summer Festival
52/20
Fire Department
See also: Subjects - Firefighters and Firefighting.
52/21
Fires (1)
52/22
Fires (2)
52/23
Fires (3)
52/24
Fires (4)
53/1
Fires (5)
53/2
Fires (6)
53/3
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.
53/4
First Citizens
53/5
First Family Home Buyers
53/6
First Federal Savings & Loan Association
53/7
First Flowers Insurance Building
53/8
Fisher Body Craftsmen's Guild
53/9
Fisk & Sunset Tire Corp.
53/10
Flanders Professional Building
53/11
Fleischner, Mayer & Co.
53/12
Fletcher-Daniels Title Co.
53/13
Floods
53/14
Floods - May-June 1948
53/15
Floods - December 1964
53/16
Fluoridation Hearing
1956 June 13
53/17
Folksinger's Coffee House
53/18
Fong Trial
Photographs related to the trial of Wey Him ("Wayne") and Sherry Fong for the murder of Diane Hank; Wey Him was acquited, and Sherry convicted of second-degree murder.
1954-1955
53/19
Food Front
53/20
Ford Motor Co.
53/21
Ford Tractor Co.
53/22
Forest Park
53/23
Fouch Electric Manufacturing Co.
53/24
Fountain Plaza Development
53/25
Fountain Village Association
53/26
Fountains
See also: Portland - David Campbell Memorial Fountain; Portland - Lovejoy Fountain Park.
53/27
Foursquare Church Youth Center
53/28
Fowler Manufacturing Co.
53/29
Frank Home
Residence of Sigmund Frank.
54/1
Franz Bakery
54/2
Frazer Home
54/3
Frazier & McLean Garage
54/4
Frazier & McLean 's Livery Boarding & Sale Stable
54/5
Fred Meyer, Inc.
54/6
Freeman & Hayslip
54/7
Freeman's Coffeehouse
Owned by Bernard Freeman.
54/8
Freightliner Corp.
54/9
Friendly House
54/10
Friendship Club
54/11
Friendship House
54/12
Frontier Ghost Town
Recreation of old west ghost town set up in Park Blocks for the 1959 Portland Rose Festival.
1959
54/13
Fruit & Flower Child Care Center
Also called Fruit & Flower Day Nursery and Fruit & Flower Mission.
54/14
G. I. Joe's
54/15
Galleria
54/16
Gamma Phi
54/17
Garden Club
54/18
Garden Home Child Care Center
54/19
Garden Home Community Cannery
54/20
Gates Rubber Co.
54/21
General Electric
54/22
General Mills
54/23
General Motors Corp.
54/24
General Motors Parade of Progress
54/25
General Petroleum Building
54/26
General Plant Corp.
54/27
General Sales Co.
54/28
General Telephone Co.
54/29
General Tire & Rubber Co.
54/30
George Home
Residence of Melvin J. George.
54/31
Georgia-Pacific Building
54/32
Gerber Advertising Co.
54/33
Gerber Legendary Blades
55/1
Gillespie Decals, Inc.
55/2
Gilmore Oil Co.
55/3
Girl Scouts
55/4
Gladding, McBean & Co.
55/5
Glendoveer Golf Course
55/6
Golden Age Club
55/7
Good Friday Services
55/8
Goodnaugh Buuilding
55/9
Goodwill Industries
55/10
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
55/11
Goose Hollow District
55/12
Gordon's Stationery Co.
55/13
Gourmet Gala
1966 June
55/14
Government Center Complex
Contains photograph of a model of the proposed 3-building complex.
55/15
Grand Army Cemetery
55/16
Grand Army of the Republic Parade
1931 June 23
55/17
Grand Central Market
55/18
Grant & Roth Plastics
55/19
Graphic Arts Building
55/20
Gray Line Sightseeing Co.
55/21
Gray Panthers
55/22
Greater Portland Crusade
1950
55/23
Greater Portland Industries Exposition
1950
55/24
Greek Independence Day Celebrations
55/25
Green Hills District
55/26
Green Thumb Program
55/27
Greenfingers Gardening Project
55/28
Greyhound Bus Depot
55/29
Guaranty Building
55/30
Guardian Angels
Volunteer street-policing force.
55/31
Guild's Lake
55/32
Gunderson Bros. Engineering Corp.
55/33
Haack Laboratories
55/34
Hadassah
55/35
Halfway Houses
56/1
Halloween Celebrations (1)
Includes haunted houses that operated during the Halloween season.
56/2
Halloween Celebrations (2)
56/3
Halton Tractor Co.
56/4
Hamilton Building
56/5
Hanchett Manufacturing Co.
56/6
Harbor
56/7
Harbor Motor Co.
56/8
Harbor Patrol
56/9
Hare Krishna
56/10
Harris Ice Machine Works
56/11
Harris Office
56/12
Harrison Square
56/13
Harsh Building
Two images related to the dismantling of a barrier Joseph Ward erected on what he considered property boundary. Ward lost the disputed land in a court case.
1953 March
56/14
Harsh-Ward Property Dispute
56/15
Harvest Festival
1980 November
56/16
Hawthorne Electronics
56/17
Hawthorne Park
56/18
Hayden Island Yacht Club
56/19
Hazeltine Building
56/20
Heathman Garage
56/21
Helm Building
56/22
Hennigson Home
56/23
Henry Building
56/24
Henry Failing Building
Located on SW Oak Street.
56/25
Henry's
Restaurant opened by Henry Thiele
56/26
Hi-Fashion Fabrics
56/27
Highland Games (1)
56/28
Highland Games (2)
56/29
Highlands Racquet Club
56/30
Highlands Riding Academy
Also called Highlands School of Riding.
56/31
Hillsdale Camp
56/32
Hillsdale Center
56/33
Hillsdale Terrace
57/1
Hirsch Home
Residence of Solomon Hirsch.
57/2
Hirsch-Weis Canvas Products Co.
57/3
Holgate Shopping Center
57/4
Holladay Bowl
57/5
Holladay Center
57/6
Hollywood Boosters
57/7
Hollywood District
Includes a 1926 photograph of the Hollywood Theater.
57/8
Holy Name Rallies
57/9
Holy Name Societies
57/10
Holy Saturday Celebrations
57/11
Home Loan Bank Board
57/12
Home Planners Institute
1946 January
57/13
Home Social Club
57/14
Honor Society
57/15
Hoo Hoo Club
57/16
Hop Growers Association Convention
1949 July
57/17
Horseless Carriage Club
Subseries 5 : Hospitals and Clinics
Box/Folder
57/18
Bess Kaiser Hospital
57/19
Child Guidance Clinic
57/20
Children's Psychiatric Day Treatment Center
57/21
Chiropractic Clinic & Health Center
57/22
City of Roses Hospital
57/23
Delaunay Institute for Mental Health
57/24
Dental Arts Building
57/25
Dierks Medical-Dental Building
Also called Portland Medical Center.
57/26
Doernbecher Children's Hospital
57/27
Emanuel Hospital
57/28
Flanders Medical Center
57/29
Freedom House
A drug rehabilitation center.
57/30
Glisan St. Medical-Dental Building
57/31
Good Samaritan Hospital
57/32
Hahnemann Hospital
57/33
Health Center for the Elderly
57/34
Holladay Park Hospital
57/35
Hooper Detoxification Center
Also called David Hooper Detoxification Center and Hooper Memorial Detoxification Center
57/36
House Calls, Inc.
57/37
Isolation Hospital
57/38
Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center
58/1
Medical Arts Building
58/2
Medical Building, 25th and Lovejoy
58/3
Medical-Dental Building
58/4
Medical-Dental Clinics
Contains images of two buildings at NE Sandy and SE 76th dubbed "Medical-Dental Clinic"
58/5
Medical Center Hospital
58/6
Moreland Children's Clinic
58/7
Morningside Hospital
58/8
Mulnomah County Hospital
58/9
Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)
Previously known as University of Oregon Medical School.
58/10
Physicians & Surgeons Hospital
58/11
Portland Adventist Medical Center
58/12
Portland General Hospital
58/13
Portland Osteopathic Hospital
58/14
Portland Sanitarium & Hospital
58/15
Providence Hospital
58/16
St. Vincent Hospital
58/17
Shriner's Hospital (1)
Also called Shrine Hospital and Shriner's Hospital for Crippled Children.
58/18
Shriner's Hospital (2)
58/19
University State Tuberculosis Hospital
58/20
Verticare
58/21
Veterans Administration Hospital
58/22
Wemme Memorial Hospital
58/23
Wilcox Memorial Hospital
58/24
Woodland Park Hospital
Box/Folder
58/25
Hospital Week
58/26
Hot Rod Club
58/27
Hot Rod Council
59/1
Hotels (1)
59/2
Hotels (2)
59/3
Hotels (3)
59/4
Hotels (4)
59/5
Hotels - "Today's Puzzle"
Series of photographs of building exteriors, fire escapes, etc. labeled "Hotel" paper-clipped with paper scrap labeled "Today's puzzle." Presumably readers were to guess which hotel was depicted in each picture.
1976
59/6
House of Ideas
59/7
Houseboat Moorage
Proposed housboat moorage on the Columbia River near the Portland International Airport that caused controversy.
59/8
Houses and Housing (1)
59/9
Houses and Housing (2)
59/10
Housing Authority of Portland
59/11
Howard-Cooper Corp.
59/12
Hoyt Arboretum
59/13
Hughes Building
59/14
Hunger Hikes
59/15
Hunt Transfer Co.
59/16
Hyster Co.
59/17
Hyster Sales Co.
59/18
Import Plaza
59/19
Incinerators
59/20
Independence Day Celebrations
Also known as Fourth of July celebrations.
59/21
Indian Center
59/22
Indian Guides
59/23
Industrial Air Products Co.
59/24
Industrial Clinics
60/1
Inman-Poulson Lumber Co.
60/2
Interchurch Center
60/3
Inter-City Buses, Inc.
60/4
Interfaith Institute
60/5
International Business Machines Co. (IBM)
60/6
International Harvester Co.
60/7
International Marketing Institute
60/8
Interstate Commerce Commission Hearing
1953 March
60/9
Interstate Motor Lines
60/10
Interurban Trains
See also: Portland - Streetcars; Subjects - Railroads.
60/11
Iris Court Day Care Center
60/12
Iron Firemen Manufacturing Co.
60/13
Irving Park
60/14
Irvington Machine Works
60/15
Irvington Tennis Club
60/16
J. E. Haseltine Co.
60/17
J. K. Gill Building
60/18
J. P. Finley & Sons
60/19
Jack-'N-Box Coffee Shop
60/20
Jackson Home
Residence of C. S. ("Sam" Jackson"
60/21
Jackson Tower
60/22
Jacobs Home
Residence of Ralph Jacobs.Contains photographs taken during building's demolition in 1940.
60/23
Janis Program
60/24
Jantzen Beach
60/25
Jantzen Knitting Mills
60/26
Japanese Cemetery
Unidentified cemetery that is most likely in Portland.
60/27
Jarman-Williamson Co.
60/28
Jefferson Substation
60/29
Jennings Home
60/30
Jewish Community Center
60/31
Jewish Holiday Celebrations
60/32
Jewish National Fund
60/33
Jewish Welfare Fund
60/34
Jo-Paul Industries
60/35
Job's Daughters
61/1
Joe Weiner's
61/2
John Deere Plow Building
61/3
John F. Kennedy Library Exhibit
1964 October
61/4
Johns Landing
61/5
Johnson Home Model
Small reconstruction of the residence of William Johnson's house, the first in Portland.
61/6
Junior Chamber of Commerce
61/7
Junior Chamber of Commerce Convention
1971 June
61/8
Junior Traffic Club
61/9
Justice Center
61/10
Juvenile Detention Home
61/11
Kamm Building
61/12
Kamm Home
Residence of Jacob Kamm.
61/13
Kappa Alpha Theta
61/14
"Kazoo-In"
1968 January 22
61/15
Kelly Home
Residence of Clinton Kelly.
61/16
Kelly Point Park
61/17
Kendall Community Center
61/18
Kenton District
61/19
(Daniel) Kerr Home
Residence of Daniel Kerr.
61/20
(Peter) Kerr Home
Residence of Peter Kerr.
61/21
Killingsworth Home
61/22
Killon Home
61/23
King Home
61/24
Kinney Shoe Stores
61/25
Kirkman Laboratories
61/26
Kiwanis International Convention
1946 July
61/27
Knapp Home
Residence of Richard B. Knapp
61/28
Knights of Columbus
61/29
Knights of Columbus Convention
1949 August
61/30
Knights Templar
61/31
Knott Street Community Center
61/32
Knott Street Swimming Pool
61/33
Kraft Foods Co.
61/34
Kwong Mow Hand Laundry
61/35
La Grand Industrial Supply
61/36
La Leche League
61/37
Labadie Home
Residence of Joseph J. Labadie
61/38
Labor Temple
61/39
Laco Village
62/1
Ladd Circle
62/2
Lamb-Weston, Inc.
62/3
Lambert Gardens
62/4
Lambert Home
62/5
Landslides
62/6
Last Man Club
62/7
Latch Key Programs
62/8
Laubach Literacy, Inc.
62/9
Laurelhurst Club
62/10
Laurelhurst Park
62/11
Laurence Warehouse Co.
62/12
Law Day Celebrations
62/13
Lazarus Building
62/14
Leach Botanical Gardens
62/15
Leadbetter Home
62/16
League of Women Voters
62/17
"Learn-to-Swim" Campaign
Annual event hosted by the Oregonian.
62/18
Lents District
62/19
Lents Park
62/20
Lewis & Clark Exposition
1905
62/21
Lewis Building
Located at SW 4th and Oak.
62/22
Lewis Building
Located at 13th and Washington.
62/23
Lewis Home
62/24
Libby, McNeill & Libby
62/25
Liberty House
62/26
Liberty Temple
circa 1918
62/27
Liberty Theatre
62/28
Libraries (1)
62/29
Libraries (2)
62/30
Lightning Bus Fire
Incident in which lightning struck a bus, leading to 16 injuries. Mostly photographs of the injured and of witnesses.
1956 May 28
62/31
Lillis-Albina Park
62/32
Lincoln Building
62/33
Lincoln Day Celebrations
62/34
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery
62/35
Lincoln Savings & Loan Association
63/1
Lindsay Building
63/2
Lions Club
63/3
Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
63/4
Lloyd A. Fry Roofing Co.
63/5
Lloyd Building
63/6
Lloyd Center (1)
Includes photographs and conceptula art of the area when it was known as Lloyd's Addition.
63/7
Lloyd Center (2)
63/8
Lloyd Golf Club
63/9
Lloyd Plaza
63/10
Logus Block
63/11
Lone Fir Cemetery
63/12
Longshoremen's Strike Commemorations
Gatherings to honor those killed in confrontation during the 1934 strike.
63/13
Loomis Armored Car Co.
63/14
Los Angeles-Seattle Motor Express, Inc.
63/15
Louise Home for Girls
63/16
Lovejoy Fountain Park
63/17
Low-Income Family Emergency Center (LIFE Center)
63/18
Loyalty Building
63/19
Lucia Brides
63/20
Lumber Manufacturers, Inc.
63/21
Lutheran Family Services
63/22
Lutheran Good Samaritan Home for the Aged
63/23
Lynn Kirby Ford
63/24
Lyric Theater
63/25
M & M Woodworking Co.
63/26
M. Seller Building
63/27
Maccabees' Home
63/28
Mack Trucks, Inc.
64/1
Macleay Park
64/2
Madison Tower
64/3
Magic Circle
64/4
Malarkey Paper Co.
64/5
Manley Center
Also called Helen Kelly Manley Center
64/6
Mann Home
Residence for seniors.
64/7
Marble Palace
64/8
March of Dimes Walkathons
64/9
Marian Congress
1934 August
64/10
Marine Electric Co.
64/11
Marks Home
Residence of Morris Marks.
64/12
Marquam Building
64/13
Marquam II Building
64/14
Marquam Hills District
64/15
Martha Gatke Murder Case
Image showing the path the killer took before entering the Gatke residence.
1924 April
64/16
Masonic Temples
Includes photographs of the Masonic Temple that later became the Portland Art Museum's Mark Building
64/17
Maternity Brothers
64/18
May Hardware Co.
64/19
Mayflower Dairy Plant
64/20
McCormick SS Co.
64/21
McCracken Bros. Motor Freight Co.
64/22
MacMarr Stores
64/23
Meadowland Dairy
64/24
Meadowlark Park
64/25
Meier & Frank Co.
64/26
Memorial Coliseum
64/27
Memorial Day Celebrations
64/28
Memorial Park Development
Photograph of model showing proposed park near Pennoyer Park.
1932
64/29
Men's Garden Clubs of America Convention
1968 June
64/30
Mennonite Volunteer Service Center
64/31
Merchants' Trust Building
64/32
Metro Youth
64/33
Metropolitan Printing Co.
64/34
Metropolitan Service Co.
64/35
Military Order of the Cootie, Portland Pup Tent #1
Group photograph of Veterans' Hospital patients aided by the organization.
64/36
Miss City of Roses
64/37
Miss Portland
64/38
Miss Tan Portland
65/1
Mobil Oil Co.
65/2
Mobil Mart
65/3
Mobile Health Unit
65/4
Mobilift Corp.
65/5
Mock's Bottom
65/6
Mock's Crest
65/7
Model Cities Program
65/8
Molded Container Corp.
65/9
Molded Fiberglass & Plastics, Inc.
65/10
Monarch Forge & Machine Co.
65/11
Monastery of the Precious Blood
65/12
Montgomery Ward & Co.
65/13
Montis Boarding House
65/14
Morgan Building
65/15
Morgan's Alley
65/16
Morris P. Kirk & Son
65/17
Morrison Center for Youth & Family Services
65/18
Morrison Street Development
65/19
Motels
65/20
Mount Calvary Cemetery
65/21
Mt. Hood Chemical Corp.
65/22
Mt. Scott Community Center
65/23
Mt. Scott Park
65/24
Mt. Tabor
65/25
Mt. Tabor Park
65/26
Mt. Tabor Reservoir
65/27
Mu Phi Epsilon
65/28
Multiple Sclerosis Society of Oregon
65/29
Multnomah Athletic Club
65/30
Multnomah Better Housing Campaign
65/31
Multnomah Center
65/32
Multnomah College
Currently known as Multnomah University.
65/33
Multnomah County Animal Control
65/34
Multnomah County Commission
65/35
Multnomah County Courthouse
65/36
Multnomah County Exposition Center
Also known as Pacific International Livestock Exposition Center.
65/37
Multnomah County Extension Service
66/1
Multnomah County Fair
66/2
Multnomah County Health & Education Building
66/3
Multnomah County Intermediate Education District
66/4
Multnomah County Juvenile Home
66/5
Multnomah County Medical Society
66/6
Multnomah County Morgue
66/7
Multnomah County Register Office
66/8
Multnomah County Sheriff's Office
66/9
Multnomah County Task Force Work Program
66/10
Multnomah County Tax Department
66/11
Multnomah Golf Club
66/12
Mulnomah Kennel Club
66/13
Multnomah Stadium
66/14
Multnomah Wheelmen Lowjinks
Group photo.
1896 June 21
66/15
Municipal Courts
66/16
Murlark Hall
66/17
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, Oregon Chapter
66/18
Mysterious Billy Smith's Taven
66/19
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
66/20
National Security Week
66/21
Naturalization Ceremonies
66/22
Neighborhood Improvement Projects
66/23
Neustadter Brothers
66/24
New England Building
66/25
New York Market
66/26
North Pacific Plaza
66/27
Northwest Institute of International Affairs
66/28
Northwest Publishing Co.
66/29
Northwest Steel Co.
66/30
Norwegian Constitution Day Celebrations
66/31
Odd Fellows' Building
66/32
Older Girls' Conference
1932 April
66/33
One Main Place
66/34
One Pacific Square
66/35
Orbanco Building
66/36
Oregon Building
66/37
Oregon Camera Club
66/38
Oregon District Attorneys Association Convention
1960 December
66/39
Oregon Diabetics Association
66/40
Oregon Museum of Science & Industry (OMSI)
Formerly called Oregon Memorial Museum of History, Science, and Industry.
66/41
Oregon Pioneer Savings & Loan Association
66/42
Oregon State Office Building
66/43
Oregon Trail Pageant
1934 July
66/44
Oregon Trail Savings & Loan Association
67/1
Oregonian 75th Anniversary Celebration
1925 December
67/2
Oregonian Model Home
House constructed on Terwilliger Heights.
1927
67/3
Orpheum Theater
67/4
Pacific Air Transport Co.
67/5
Pacific Building
67/6
Pacific Light Metal Foundry
67/7
Pacific Livestock International Exposition
67/8
Pacific Northwest Bell
67/9
Pacific Northwest Public Service Co.
67/10
Pacific Roller Canary Club
Also called Portland Canary Club.
67/11
Pacific Supply Cooperative
67/12
Packard Electric Co.
67/13
Palatine Hill District
67/14
Parent-Child Services, Inc.
67/15
Parent-Teacher Association
67/16
Park Building
67/17
Parkside Center
67/18
Paul Bunyan Coin Convention
1963 June
67/19
Pearson 4th Avenue Building
67/20
Peck Home
Residence of Grace Peck.
67/21
Pedestrian Mall
Concept art of a possible pedestrian mall in downtown Portland.
67/22
Peter Kerr Park
67/23
Peyton-Allan Murder Case
67/24
Philco Radio & Television Corp.
Group photo of Philco distributors. See also People Series for photographs of Philco president Ira Powers.
67/25
Pi Beta Phi
67/26
Pierce Trailer & Equipment Co.
67/27
Pittock Mansion
67/28
Planned Parenthood
67/29
Plaza Blocks
Collective name for Chapman and Lownsdale Squares.
67/30
Police Academy
Also called Police Auxiliary School.
67/31
Police Department
67/32
Police Department - Sunshine Division
67/33
Police Institute on Human Relations and Minority Group Problems Conference
1958 September
67/34
Pooper-Scooper Law
Headshots of citizens interviewed, captioned with snippets of their opinions regarding new law holding dog owners responsible for cleaning dog waste.
1980 December
67/35
Popick's Men's Store
67/36
Poppy Day Sales
Funbdraising event undertaken by auxiliary members of American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars.
67/37
Port of Portland Dredging Projects
Joined pair of photographs depicting dredging at Guilds Lake and the western channel of Swan Island.
1924 April
67/38
Portala Study Club
67/39
Porter Building
68/1
Portland Art Museum (1)
68/2
Portland Art Museum (2)
68/3
Portland Art Museum (3)
68/4
Portland Auto Club
68/5
Portland Breakfast Club
68/6
Portland Building
68/7
Portland Casting Club
68/8
Portland Federal Savings & Loan Association
68/9
Portland Federation of Women's Clubs
68/10
Portland Gas & Coke Co.
68/11
Portland Gun Club
68/12
Portland Home Builders Association
68/13
Portland Rose Festival
68/14
Portland State College Extension Center
68/15
Portland Union Stockyards Co.
68/16
Post Offices
68/17
Postal Employees Credit Union
68/18
Powell Grove Cemetery
68/19
Powers Marine Park
68/20
President's Birthday Balls
68/21
President's Club
68/22
Prettyman Home
Residence of Henry W. Prettyman.
68/23
Project Second Wind
68/24
Providence Nursery
Also called Our Lady of Providence Nursery.
68/25
Public Comfort Stations
Photograph of stations at the corner of SW 6th and Yamhill.
68/26
Public Market Building
Served as the offices for the Oregon Journal 1948-1961.
68/27
Public Service Building
68/28
Public Works Department
68/29
Pythian Sisters
68/30
Quelle Bar
Subseries 6 : Radio and TV Stations
Box/Folder
69/1
KEX
69/2
KGW
69/3
KGW - Hoot Owls
69/4
KLOR
69/5
KOIN
69/6
KPOJ
69/7
KPTV
69/8
KVAN
69/9
KWJJ
69/10
KXL
Box/Folder
69/11
Raleigh Green District
69/12
Ramsary Sign Co. Building
Building on Stark Street that formerly served as a Catholic church.
69/13
Rankin Air Field
69/14
Rankin Building
69/15
Red Lion Motor Inn Hostage Incident
1979 May 22
69/16
Redwine Home
69/17
Refugees
Includes photographs of Southeast Asian and Hungarian refugees in Portland.
69/18
Reicher & Stacy
69/19
"Renovize Portland" Program
1934
69/20
Retail Code Authority
69/21
Retail Furtniture Dealers of Oregon Convention
1933 July
69/22
Retail Merchant Committee Meeting
Based on filing location of photograph and its date, meeting may possibly dealth with "Renovize Portland" program.
1934 April
69/23
Ringside Restaurant Hostage Incident
1980 September
69/24
Rosenblatt's
69/25
Rothchild Home
69/26
"Rough Writers"
Group photograph of authors led by George Palmer Putnam who visited Portland.
1922 September
69/27
Roy Burnett Motors
Also called Burnett Motors, Inc.
69/28
St. Johns Day Care Center
69/29
St. Mary's Home for Aged Sisters
69/30
St. Vincent de Paul Day Care Center
69/31
Salvation Army
69/32
Schools (1)
69/33
Schools (2)
70/1
Schools - "City School Sketchbook Series"
Photographs taken for a series of stories on Portland schools.
1931
70/2
Scott Building
Formerly called Buchanan Building.
70/3
Scott Home
Residence of Bishop Scott.
70/4
Scottish Rite Cathedral
70/5
Sears, Roebuck & Co.
70/6
Selling Building
70/7
Sherlock Building
70/8
Shriners
70/9
Sidewalk Cabbage
Image of a cabbage that sprouted and grew at SW 5th and Oak Streets.
1973 September
70/10
Skidmore Art Colony
70/11
Skidmore House
70/12
Skyline Memorial Gardens
70/13
South Auditorium Urban Renewal Area
70/14
Spalding Building
70/15
Stadium Freeway
Contains 1962 image of model of proposed thouroughfare.
70/16
Standard Insurance Co.
Mostly photographs of Standard Plaza.
70/17
Statues
70/18
Stowbridge Building
70/19
Strahan Home
Residence of attorney Claude Strahan.
70/20
Streets
Includes images of Burnside Street, Front Street, SE Grand Avenue, Leif Erickson Drive, SW Stark Street, Westover Terrace, and Willamette Boulevard.
70/21
Streets - Canyon Road Improvements
1927-1931
70/22
Strikes
70/23
Sullivan Gulch Freeway
70/24
Swain's Boarding House
Located on 5th and Morrison; site later became the Meier & Frank Building.
70/25
Swan Island Airport
70/26
Sylvan Westgate Building
70/27
Taylor Building
70/28
Telephone Building
70/29
Thomas Mann Building
70/30
Thompson Home
Residence of R. R. Thompson
70/31
Thurlow Glove Factory
70/32
Times Building
70/33
Town Hall
New name for former Finnish Workers Association Hall
1968 September
70/34
Tree-Planting Ceremony
Two images related to tree-planting ceremony done in honor of pupils who won an essay contest on the life of George Washington.
1932 April 8
70/35
Tri-Met
70/36
Union Gospel Mission
70/37
United Carriage Co.
70/38
United Cerebral Palsy
71/1
United States Customs House
71/2
United States District Court
71/3
United States Revolution Bicentennial Celebrations
71/4
US Bancorp Tower
71/5
US Bank Plaza
71/6
US Daughters of 1812
71/7
Verseweavers
Poets group.
71/8
Veterans' Employment Office
71/9
Village at Lovejoy Fountain
71/10
Vines Building
71/11
Volunteers of America
Contains images of day nurseries run by Volunteers of America.
71/12
Waco Air Taxi
71/13
Waddle's Drive-In Restaurant
71/14
Washington Cooperative Farmers Association Mill
Located at Mock's Bottom.
71/15
Washington Park
71/16
Washington Park Zoo
71/17
Washington Park Zoo - Elephants (1)
71/18
Washington Park Zoo - Elephants (2)
71/19
Waverly Baby Home
71/20
Wentworth & Irwin
71/21
West Coast Air Transport Co.
71/22
Western Association of Art Museums Conference
1966 October 14
71/23
Western Cooperage Co.
71/24
Westmoreland Union Manor
71/25
Wilcox Building
71/26
Wilcox Home
Residence of T. B. Wilcox.
71/27
Willamette National Cemetery
See also: Portland - Memorial Day Celebrations.
71/28
Women of Woodcraft Building
71/29
Woodlark Building
71/30
Woodward & Clarke Building
71/31
Worcester Block
71/32
Worcester Building
71/33
Wortman Home
Residence of H. C. Wortman
71/34
Yeon Building
71/35
Young's Gown Shop
71/36
Young Men's Christian Associaiton (YMCA)
71/37
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA)

Series D :   Washington State ,  1889-1984 Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
72/1
Aberdeen
72/2
Mt. Adams
72/3
Ape Cave
72/4
Mt. Baker
72/5
Bangor
72/6
Battle Ground
72/7
Battle Ground State Park
72/8
Beacon Rock
72/9
Bellingham
72/10
Benton-Franklin County Fair
72/11
Blaine
72/12
Blakely Island
72/13
Blue Lake
72/14
Bremerton
72/15
Bridges
Includes photos of bridges over the Cowlitz River, Deception Pass Brodge, Heissen Bridge, and bridges in the Pasco-Kennewick area.
72/16
Hood Canal Floating Bridge
72/17
Lake Washington Floating Bridge
72/18
Tacoma Narrows Bridge
72/19
Camas
72/20
Camp Bonneville
72/21
Camp Columbia
72/22
Campy Murray
72/23
Cape Disappointment
72/24
Cascade Tunnel
72/25
Cathlamet
72/26
Centralia
72/27
Centralia Steam Electric Project
72/28
Charles Mattson Kidnapping Case
Mattson was taken from his Tacoma home in December 1936, and found dead January 1937.
72/29
Chehalis
72/30
Lake Chelan
72/31
Cherry Point Refinery
72/32
Church Mountain
72/33
Clamarama
Event held between Grays Harbor and lower Quinault River.
72/34
Clark County
72/35
Clark County Fair
73/1
Coast
73/2
College Place
73/3
Columbia Basin Project
73/4
Columbia River Truck-Barge Transportation
Photographs demonstrating the use of trucks and barges to transport wheat on the Washington side of the Columbia River.
1932 August
73/5
Cougar
73/6
Cowlitz Pioneers & Descendants Association
73/7
Cowlitz River
73/8
Crystal Mountain, Inc.
Restauarant located on top of Crystal Mountain with a view of Mt. Rainier.
73/9
Dallesport
73/10
Dams
Includes images of Albeni Falls Dam, Des Chutes Dam, Diablo Dam, Little Goose Dam, Merwin Dam, Mossyrock Dam, Rock Island Dam, and Yale Dam.
73/11
Ariel Dam
73/12
Grand Coulee Dam (1)
73/13
Grand Coulee Dam (2)
73/14
Swift Dam
73/15
Wanapum Dam
73/16
Deception Pass
73/17
Destruction Island Lighthouse
73/18
Earthquakes
73/19
Ellensburg
73/20
Elma
73/21
Everett
73/22
Fires (1)
73/23
Fires (2)
74/1
Floods (1)
74/2
Floods (2)
74/3
Forest Fires
74/4
Fort Borst
74/5
Fort Canby Lighthouse
74/6
Fort Casey
74/7
Fort Columbia
74/8
Fort Lawton
74/9
Fort Lewis
74/10
Fort Simcoe
74/11
Frankfort
74/12
Friday Harbor
74/13
Frostly Lake
74/14
Glacier Peak
74/15
Goldendale
74/16
Grand Coulee Lake
74/17
Hanford Nuclear Power Plant (1)
74/18
Hanford Nuclear Power Plant (2)
74/19
Harmony Falls
74/20
Hazel Dell
74/21
Highways
Includes images of Highway No. 8, Elma-Grand Mound Highway, and Evergreen Highway.
74/22
Hood Canal
74/23
Hoquiam
74/24
Ilwaco
74/25
Kennewick
74/26
Kennewick Gas Fields
74/27
La Center
74/28
Lackamas Park
75/1
Landslides
75/2
Larson Air Base
75/3
Leavenworth
75/4
Lewis River
75/5
Lewisville Park
75/6
Logging Garden
Unique logging-themed garden of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brandt located in New London, north of Hoquiam.
75/7
Long Beach
75/8
Longview
75/9
Longview - Homesteads
75/10
Maryhill (1)
Mostly photographs of the Maryhill Museum, but images of a nearby church and the war monument also included.
75/11
Maryhill (2)
75/12
Mason City
75/13
McGowan
75/14
Merwin Hydroelectric Plant
75/15
Miss Washington
75/16
Moses Lake
75/17
Moulton Falls
75/18
North Beach
75/19
North Bonneville
75/20
North Head Lighthouse
75/21
Northwest Electric Plant
Located on White Salmon River.
75/22
Mt. Olympus
75/23
Pasco
75/24
Pullman - Washington State University
75/25
Mt. Rainier
Includes photographs of Mt. Rainier National Park.
75/26
Rock Island Hydroelectric Plant
75/27
Mt. Saint Helens
Includes images from both before and after the May 1980 eruption.
76/1
Mt. St. Helens Eruption
Includes photographs related to pre-eruptions in April 1980 and photographs related to the eruption's aftermath.
1980
76/2
San Juan Islands
Contains two images related to monuments and structures related to the Pig War.
76/3
Seattle
76/4
Seattle - Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition
1908-1909
76/5
Seattle - University of Washington
1911; 1918
76/6
Shelton
76/7
Skamokawa
76/8
State Inauguration
Photographs of two documents from 1889 regarding the the state's admission to the union.
76/9
Table Mountain
Includes a view of both Table Mountain and Oregon's Munra Point
76/10
Tacoma
76/11
Trout Lake Ice Cave
Subseries 1 : Vancouver
Box/Folder
76/12
General
76/13
Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa)
76/14
Carborundum Co.
76/15
Centennial Celebration
1925 August 17
76/16
Fort Vancouver (1)
76/17
Fort Vancouver (2)
76/18
Hospitals
76/19
Hudson House
Box/Folder
76/20
Walla Walla
76/21
Wenatchee
76/22
White Salmon

Series E :   Other US Locations ,  1897-1979 Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
77/1
Alaska (1)
77/2
Alaska (2)
77/3
Alaska (3)
77/4
Alaska - Earthquakes
1964
77/5
Arizona
77/6
Arizona - Grand Canyon
Subseries 1 : California
Box/Folder
77/7
General (1)
77/8
General (2)
77/9
Alcatraz Island
77/10
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
77/11
Death Valley
77/12
Disneyland (1)
77/13
Disneyland (2)
77/14
Earthquakes
78/1
Mt. Lassen
78/2
Los Angeles
78/3
San Francisco
Includes images of the Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge.
78/4
San Francisco - Golden Gate International Exposition
1939-1940
78/5
San Francisco - Panama-Pacific International Exposition
1915
78/6
Mt. Shasta
78/7
Lake Tahoe
Box/Folder
78/8
Colorado
78/9
Georgia - Warm Springs
78/10
Guam
78/11
Hawaii
78/12
Idaho (1)
78/13
Idaho (2)
78/14
Idaho - Brownlee Dam
78/15
Idaho - Teton Dam Collapse
1976
78/16
Illinois
Contains two images of houses in which Abraham Lincoln resided, and a photo of a crowd awaiting President Harding's funeral train near Chicago.
78/17
Minnesota
78/18
Montana
78/19
Montana - Glacier National Park
78/20
Montana - Hebgen Lake Earthquake
1959
79/1
Nevada
79/2
Nevada - Hoover Dam
Includes photographs of officials involved with dam's construction.
79/3
New York - New York City
Includes a 1930 photograph of Grants Pass Cavemen parading in New York City.
79/4
New Hampshire
79/5
Okalahoma
79/6
South Dakota - Mt. Rushmore
79/7
Texas - Dallas
79/8
Utah
79/9
Virginia
79/10
Washington, D.C.
79/11
Wyoming

Series F :   Non-US Locations ,  1908-1978 Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
79/12
Afghanistan
79/13
Antarctica
79/14
The Arctic
79/15
Austria
79/16
Belgium
79/17
Cambodia - Angkor Wat
79/18
Cameroon
79/19
Canada (1)
79/20
Canada (2)
79/21
Central America
Photographs labeled "Central America" on the back, but which do not specify the country.
79/22
China
79/23
Cuba - Revolt
1931-1933
79/24
Denmark
80/1
Egypt - Tutankhamen's Tomb
80/2
Ethipoia
80/3
France
Includes a photograph of a replica of the Statue of Liberty located in Paris.
80/4
Germany
80/5
Greece
80/6
Himalayas
80/7
Howland Island
80/8
Israel
80/9
Italy - Mt. Etna Eruption
1928
80/10
Japan
80/11
Japan - Hiroshima
80/12
Mexico
80/13
Philippines
80/14
Russia (1)
80/15
Russia (2)
80/16
South Korea - Osan Boys' Town
80/17
Turkey - Istanbul

Series G :   Photoseries , circa 1880-1971,   (bulk circa 1937-1971 ) Return to Top

Photos that either ran together for a single special feature or as a recurring feature.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
81/1
"America"
Photographs used for an article discussing social upheaval and changing mores in the United States.
One image moved to Oversize A due to size.
1970 February
81/2
"Auto Drivers"
Photographs which accompanied an article about lax vision requirements in licensing drivers.
1970 August
81/3
Cigarette-Making
Photo series depicting Edgar Kennedy growing and curing tobacco, and then making a cigarette.
1945 May
81/4
"Double Take"
Photographs that make for an ironic image, such as a "For Sale" sign in a flooded field.
1970-1971
81/5
"Drunks"
Series of photographs that ran in September 22 1946 issue, in which Dave O'Malley simulates cycle of public drunkeness.
1946 September
81/6
"Farm Handy Ideas"
Photographs in which local farmers demonstrate homemade devices and other innovations.
1950
81/7
"Five Generations"
Portraits of families in which people from five generations of a family are present.
1960-1963
81/8
"High School Students"
Photo series depicting Patricia Hatfield, Alden Jencks, Pamela Klein, Neil Nakadate, Bob Pederson, and Margo Tillson.
One image of Margo Tillson moved to Oversize A - People due to size.
1961 February
81/9
"Housemothers"
Series of photographs relating to older women who oversee college women's groups.
1958 March
81/10
"Housewife"
Series of photographs of Janet Toliver used to depict the average day and duties of a housewife.
1968
81/11
Ooten Home
Photographs showcasing the Ooten Family's residence.
1968 December
81/12
"Sins of America"
Reproductions of magazine illustrations from 1870-1900 which were considered racy or otherwise controversial in the late 19th century, compiled for a 1934 book by the title "Sins of America." The reproductions were published across several issues during the summer of 1934.
81/13
Surrealism
Warped-perspective photographs of Portland mayor Joseph Carson, Warren Erwin, Aaron Frank, Chester McCarty, Milton A. Miller, Tommy Luke, and Jimmy Richardson. Used in March 14, 1937 issue with article reporting on popularity of surrealist art.
1937 March
81/14
Young Oregonians (1)
Photographs (mostly cutouts) of children and teenagers used for a "Young Oregonians" collage.
Prints in poor condition.
1935-1941
81/15
Young Oregonians (2)

Series H :   Subjects , circa 1850-1983,   (bulk circa 1910-1983 ) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
81/16
4-H Club
81/17
8-Ball
81/18
Abortion
81/19
Abraham Lincoln Assassination
81/20
Accidents
81/21
Acheson Colloids Co.
81/22
Acid
81/23
Adobe Blocks
81/24
Adoption
81/25
Aerial Trams
81/26
Aerifiers
82/1
African-Americans
Includes photographs that had been originally filed under "Negro Housing."
82/2
Agates
Subseries 1 : Agriculture
Box/Folder
82/3
Alfalfa
82/4
Almonds
82/5
Apples
82/6
Appleseed Award
82/7
Apricots
82/8
Artichokes
82/9
Asparagus
82/10
Barley
82/11
Beans
82/12
Beekeeping
82/13
Berry Harvesters
Mechanical berry picker.
82/14
Blackberries
82/15
Blueberries
82/16
Boysenberries
82/17
Carrots
82/18
Cascara Bark
82/19
Cattle (1)
Includes images of cattle drives and cattle-branding.
82/20
Cattle (2)
82/21
Cauliflower
82/22
Cherries
82/23
Clover Farm
82/24
Corn
82/25
Cotton
82/26
Cranberries
82/27
Crop Damage
82/28
Crop Dusting
See also: Subjects - Pesticides.
82/29
Cucumbers
82/30
Dairy Farms and Plants
82/31
Dates
82/32
Farm Equipment
83/1
Farm Safety
83/2
Farmers' Markets
83/3
Farms (1)
83/4
Farms (2)
83/5
Farmworkers
83/6
Field Burning
83/7
Filberts
83/8
Flax
83/9
Flour and Flour Mills
83/10
Fruit Drying
83/11
Fruit Inspections
83/12
Fur Farming
83/13
Garlic
83/14
Gooseberries
83/15
Grain
83/16
Grain Elevators
83/17
Grapes
83/18
Grass Seed
83/19
Harvests (1)
83/20
Harvests (2)
83/21
Hay
83/22
Hops
83/23
Hotbeds
83/24
Huckleberries
83/25
Irrigation
84/1
Lemons
84/2
"Livestock Airlift"
1949
84/3
Maple Syrup
84/4
Melons
84/5
Mint
84/6
Molasses Tank Farms
84/7
Mushroom Farms
84/8
Oranges
84/9
Paw Paw Fruit
84/10
Pears
84/11
Peppermint
84/12
Persimmons
84/13
Poultry
84/14
Raspberries
84/15
Seeding
84/16
Sheep Breeders
84/17
Squash
84/18
Sugar Beets
84/19
Sweet Peas
84/20
Walnuts
84/21
Wheat Sales Chart
Graph comparing amount of wheat sold by the United States, Canada and Australia from 1966 to 1970.
1971 April
Box/Folder
84/22
Agricultural Stabilization
84/23
Air Raid Sirens
84/24
Allis-Chalmers Corp.
84/25
Almanacs
84/26
Alphabets
84/27
Altars
84/28
Aluminum
84/29
Amber
84/30
American Federation of Government Employees
84/31
American Legion
84/32
American Medical Association
84/33
American Mother Award
84/34
American Municipal Association
84/35
American Newspaper Publishers Association
84/36
American Telephone & Telegraph Co. (AT&T)
84/37
American Youth Congress
84/38
Americans Living Abroad
84/39
Amish People
84/40
Ammunition
85/1
Animal Control
85/2
Animal Shelters
85/3
Antennas
85/4
Antlers
85/5
Anti-Pollution Cartoon
Cartoon by Grants Pass resident Florence Gibson McCabe, which won the "Outdoor Good Manners" contest held by the American Nature Association. Includes a photograph of McCabe.
1927
85/6
Antiques
85/7
Archaeology
85/8
Architecture
85/9
Architectural Awards
Photographs of buildings whose architects won award for the building.
85/10
Arson
Subseries 2 : Art
Box/Folder
85/11
Art Education
85/12
Art Fairs
85/13
Arts and Crafts (1)
85/14
Arts and Crafts (2)
85/15
Calligraphy
85/16
Carvings
85/17
"Children of the World Paint the Old Testament" Contest
Photographs of drawings made by pupils at Portland schools Hillel Academy and St. Thomas Moore Catholic School for the contest.
1978 December
85/18
"Cross-Town Bus"
Images from an anthology of art by David Douglas High School students.
1968 January
85/19
Driftwood Carvings and Sculptures
85/20
Etchings
85/21
Exhibits (1)
85/22
Exhibits (2)
85/23
Exhibits (3)
86/1
Glassworks
Includes stained glass windows.
86/2
Leather-Tooling
86/3
"Lena the Hyena" Contest
1946
86/4
Mosaics
86/5
Murals (1)
86/6
Murals (2)
86/7
Oriental Art
86/8
Paintings and Drawings (1)
86/9
Paintings and Drawings (2)
86/10
Scholastic Art
Includes photographs of scholastic art contest winners.
86/11
Sculpture (1)
86/12
Sculpture (2)
86/13
Sculpture (3)
87/1
Sculpture (4)
87/2
Other Art Forms
Box/Folder
87/3
Artesian Wells
87/4
Asian-American People
87/5
Assaults
87/6
Astronauts
87/7
Atomic Blasts
87/8
Atomic Research
87/9
Attics
87/10
Auctions
87/11
Audio Amplifiers
87/12
Australian People
87/13
Autistic Children
87/14
Avalanches
Subseries 3 : Aviation
Box/Folder
87/15
Air Ambulances and Mercy Flights
87/16
Air Beacons
87/17
Air Cargo and Air Mail
87/18
Air Shows
87/19
Air Tours
87/20
Air Traffic Control Towers
87/21
Airplane Accidents - General (1)
87/22
Airplane Accidents - General (2)
88/1
Airplane Accidents - General (3)
88/2
Airplane Accidents - General (4)
88/3
Airplane Accidents - General (5)
88/4
Airplane Accidents - Canary Islands Crash
Also called the Tenerife Airport Disaster, the crash was the deadliest accidental plane crash in history, killing 583 people.Also includes an April 1977 photograph of a mass funeral in California for more than 100 victims.
1977 March
88/5
Airplane Accidents - Eastern Airlines Crash
1975 June
88/6
Airplane Accidents - Empire State Building Crash
1945 July
88/7
Airplane Accidents - Kenner, Louisiana Crash
1982 July
88/8
Airplane Accidents - Oien Family
1967 October
88/9
Airplane Accidents - San Diego Collision
1978 September
88/10
Airplane Accidents - Snell Crash
Crash near Oregon California border that killed Oregon governor Earl Snell, secretary of state Robert S. Farrell, and state senate president Marshall Cornett.
1947 October
88/11
Airplane Accidents - United Airlines Crash in Portland
1978 December
88/12
Airplane Accidents - Washington, D.C. Crash
Photographs relate to plane crash into 14th Street Bridge across the Potomac River in January 1981.Includes March 1981 photograph of one of the survivors.
1982 January
88/13
Airplane Accidents - Will Rogers and Wiley Post
1935 August
88/14
Airplane Hangars
88/15
Airplane Hijackings
88/16
Airplane Kits
88/17
Airplane Maitenance Stands
88/18
Airplanes - General (1)
88/19
Airplanes - General (2)
88/20
Airplanes - General (3)
89/1
Airplanes - General (4)
89/2
Airplanes - General (5)
89/3
Airplanes - General (6)
89/4
Airplanes - Breese Aircraft
Airplane built in Beaverton.
1930 April
89/5
Airplanes - "City of Portland"
89/6
Airport Security
89/7
Aviation Equipment
89/8
Blimp Accidents - Shenandoah
1925
89/9
Blimps
89/10
Commercial Airlines
89/11
Cristofferson-Graham Flight to the Arctic
Photographs related to airplane journey undertaken by Portlander Edna E. Cristofferson and Alaskan William R. Graham
1932
89/12
Early Aviators
See also: Aviation - Pilots
89/13
Endurance Flights
See also: Aviation - Rankin Endurance Flights
89/14
Experimental Aircraft
89/15
Flight Attendants
89/16
Flight Paths
89/17
Gliders
Includes hang gliders.
89/18
Helicopters
89/19
Hot Air Balloons
89/20
Pilots
See also: Aviation - Early Aviators; People series under pilot's surname.
90/1
Rankin Endurance Flights
Undertaken by Tex Rankin and his brothers.See also: Aviation - Endurance Flights
1930; 1932
90/2
Russian Transpolar Flight
1937 flight that landed in Vancouver, Washington.Most photographs relate to commemoration of event held in 1975.
90/3
Seaplanes
90/4
Trans-Pacific Flight Attempt
1925 August
90/5
Wright Brothers Airplanes
Box/Folder
90/6
Awards
90/7
Babies (1)
90/8
Babies (2)
90/9
Bachelor Balls
90/10
Bacteria
90/11
Balloons
90/12
Bank Robberies (1)
Includes robberies of Portland banks.
90/13
Bank Robberies (2)
90/14
Bank Robberies (3)
90/15
Bank Robberies (4)
90/16
Baptisms
90/17
Bar Mitzvahs
90/18
Barbecue Pits
90/19
Barbershops
90/20
Barns
90/21
Bathrooms
90/22
Bathtubs
91/1
Batons
91/2
Bayonets
91/3
Bazaars
Includes photographs related to church-sponsored craft fairs.
91/4
Beauty Salons
91/5
Bed and Breakfasts
91/6
Beds and Bedrooms
91/7
Beeswax
91/8
Benches
91/9
Bicycle Shelters
91/10
Bicycles
See also: Sports and Recreation - Bicycling
91/11
Billboards
91/12
Bird Feeders
91/13
Birdhouses
91/14
Birth Registration Cards
91/15
Birthday Celebrations
91/16
Black History Week
91/17
Blackouts
Contains images related to both blackouts undertaken for safety during World War II and in the 1970s for energy conservation.
91/18
Blacksmiths
91/19
Blind People (1)
91/20
Blind People (2)
91/21
Block Home Program
Subseries 4 : Boats and Other Watercraft
See also: Military - Navy.
Box/Folder
91/22
General (1)
91/23
General (2)
91/24
Anchors
91/25
Barges
91/26
Boat and Ship Building
91/27
Boat Prices
Series of photographs showing different small boats, which ran in February 24 1957 issue with captions detailing the approximate cost of each type.
1957 February
91/28
Boat Safety
92/1
Boat Shows
92/2
Boat Trips
92/3
Buoys
92/4
Boathouses
92/5
Canoes
92/6
Christmas Ship
92/7
Columbia River Pilots
92/8
Dredges
92/9
Ferries (1)
92/10
Ferries (2)
92/11
Fire Boats
Includes a May 1926 photograph of a fireboat at the inauguration of the Burnside Bridge.
92/12
Fishing Boats
See also: Subjects - Fishing.
92/13
Gambling Ships
92/14
Houseboats
92/15
Ice Breakers
92/16
Kayaks
92/17
Landing Craft
92/18
Lifeboats and Life Rafts
93/1
Sailboats
93/2
Scrapped Battleships
93/3
Ship Figureheads
93/4
Ship Launchings (1)
Mostly photographs of ship launchings during World War II in Portland. Includes photographs of people involved with ship launching ceremonies.
93/5
Ship Launchings (2)
93/6
Ship Launchings (3)
93/7
Ship Launchings (4)
93/8
Shipwrecks and Other Boat Accidents
93/9
Steamboats
Box/Folder
93/10
Boeing Corp.
93/11
Boilers
93/12
Boise-Cascade Co.
See also: Portland - Boise-Cascade Building.
93/13
Bombs and Bombings
93/14
Bones
93/15
Bonneville Power Administration
Contains images of Bonneville Power Administration sites in both Oregon and Washington.
94/1
Book Fairs
94/2
Books (1)
94/3
Books (2)
94/4
Bookstores
94/5
Boots
94/6
Bottle Messages
94/7
Bottles
94/8
Boxcar Homes
94/9
Boxes
94/10
Boy Scouts
94/11
Boys Nation
94/12
Branding Irons
94/13
Bricks and Brickmaking
94/14
Brides
Photographs of bridal shows and consultants.
94/15
Briquets
94/16
Brooms
94/17
Brotherhood Week
94/18
Buckets
94/19
Buddhists
94/20
Budgeting
94/21
Building Collapses
94/22
Building Comparison Chart
Chart showing the comparative costs, sizes and occupancies of several Portland buildings, including Crown Plaza, the First National Bank Building, and the Georgia-Pacific Building.
1969 November
94/23
Building Demolition
94/24
Building Materials
94/25
Building Moving
94/26
Buildings
94/27
Bumper Stickers
94/28
"Bundles for Britain" Program
94/29
Bunker Hill Mining Co.
94/30
Burglary
94/31
Burls
94/32
Burn Victims (Children)
Originally filed under "Burns" or "Burned Children."
94/33
Bus Drivers
95/1
Buttons
95/2
Cabins
95/3
Cabinets
95/4
Caissons
95/5
Calculators
95/6
Calendars
95/7
Cameras
95/8
Campgrounds
See also: Sports and Recreation - Camping.
95/9
Candleholders
95/10
Candles
95/11
Car Thefts
Subseries 5 : Cars and Other Motor Vehicles
Box/Folder
95/12
Abandoned Vehicles
95/13
Ambulances
95/14
Amphibious Vehicles
95/15
Antique and Early Cars (1)
95/16
Antique and Early Cars (2)
95/17
Armored Cars
95/18
Auto Shows
95/19
Bookmobiles
95/20
Bulldozers
95/21
Bus Accidents
95/22
Bus Trips
95/23
Buses
95/24
Cable Cars
95/25
Campers
95/26
Car Accidents (1)
96/1
Car Accidents (2)
96/2
Car Accidents - Hit-and-Run
96/3
Car Accidents - Elder Family
Hood River County family whose car went into the Columbia River, killing all family members.
1970 June
96/4
Car Dealers
96/5
Car Parts
96/6
Car Repairs
96/7
Car Safety
96/8
Car Trips
96/9
Cars - General (1)
96/10
Cars - General (2)
96/11
Dune Buggies
96/12
Electric Vehicles
96/13
Emissions and Fuel Economy Testing
96/14
Fire Engines and Trucks
96/15
Garbage Trucks
96/16
Homemade Cars
96/17
Hot Rods
96/18
Jeeps
96/19
License and Registration
Includes photographs of license plates.
96/20
Lift Trucks
Also known as forklifts
97/1
"Marne Taxi"
1909 Renault that was used at the Battle of the Marne.
97/2
Motorcycle Accidents
97/3
Motorcycle Trips
97/4
Motorcycles
97/5
"Popcorn Wagon"
1928 Overland Whippet used by Arthur ("Frenchy") du Frense, who sold treats to schoolchildren.
97/6
School Bus Accidents
97/7
School Buses
97/8
Straddle Trucks
97/9
Trucks
Includes 1921 and 1926 photographs of Oregonian delivery trucks.
97/10
Test Driving
97/11
Wrecking Yards
Box/Folder
97/12
Car Washes
97/13
Carousels
Also known as merry-go-rounds.
97/14
Carpenters
97/15
Carpets
97/16
Carpooling
97/17
Carports
97/18
Cash Registers
97/19
Catapults
97/20
Cattle Rustling
97/21
Cave-Ins
97/22
Cemeteries
Photographs of cemeteries whose location was unspecified.
97/23
Census
97/24
Central African Republic Citizens
97/25
Certificates
97/26
Chafing Dish
97/27
Chain Letters
97/28
Chains
97/29
Chainsaws
97/30
Chairs
97/31
Charcoal
97/32
Check Sorters
97/33
Checks
97/34
Cherry Blossoms
Photographs pairing young women and cherry blossoms.
97/35
Child Abandonment
97/36
Child Abuse
98/1
Child Care
Includes photographs of child care centers outside of Portland.
98/2
Child Custody
98/3
Child Development
98/4
Child Safety
98/5
Childbirth
98/6
Children (1)
98/7
Children (2)
98/8
Children's Day Camps
98/9
Chimney Sweeps
98/10
Chimneys
98/11
Chinese Dragon
98/12
Chorus Lines
98/13
Christmas Cards
98/14
Christmas Decorations
98/15
Christmas Lights
98/16
Christmas Shopping
98/17
Christmas Trees
98/18
Chukar Coops
98/19
Cigarettes
98/20
Cigars
98/21
Cinnamon Bear
98/22
Cisterns
98/23
Citizens Band Radio
98/24
Civilian Conservation Coprs (CCC)
98/25
Clocks (1)
99/1
Clocks (2)
99/2
Clothing Drives
99/3
Cloud Seeding
99/4
Clouds
99/5
Cobalt
99/6
Coffee Grinders
99/7
Coins
99/8
Collection Plate
Found in folder with images related to Bishop Scott House, St. Stephens Chapel and early Portland schools. Folder label read in part, "Famous collection plate (Where is it now?)"
99/9
Collections and Collectors
99/10
Comets
99/11
Comic Books
99/12
Communes
99/13
Computers
99/14
Concrete
99/15
Concrete Cones
99/16
Concrete Houses
99/17
Confiscated Weapons
99/18
Conscientious Objectors
99/19
Construction
99/20
Cornerstones
99/21
Corsages
99/22
Costa Rican People
99/23
Costumes
99/24
Cotillion Balls
99/25
Counterfeiting
99/26
Coupons
99/27
Courtroom Photography
100/1
Covered Bridges
100/2
Covered Wagons
100/3
Cowboy Hats
100/4
Cowboys and Cowgirls
100/5
Cradleboards
100/6
Cranes
100/7
Credit Cards
100/8
Credit Unions
100/9
Crime Maps
100/10
Crime Prevention and Detection
100/11
Criminal Identification
100/12
Crosses
100/13
Crown-Zellerback Corp.
100/14
Crowns
100/15
Crusade for Freedom
100/16
Crystals
100/17
Curfew Alarms
100/18
Curtains
100/19
Dairy Family of the Year
100/20
Dating
100/21
Day Care
100/22
Daylight Savings Time
100/23
Dead Sea Scrolls
100/24
Deaf People
100/25
Declaration of Independence
100/26
Decoys
100/27
Deeds
100/28
Demonstrations
100/29
Demonstrations - Bonus Army March
Protest by World War I veterans in Washington, D.C. which was led by Portlander W. W. Walters.
100/30
Deportation
100/31
Diamonds
100/32
Diapers
101/1
Diaries
Contains image of two pages from John C. Young's diary, written during the War of 1812.
101/2
Diets
101/3
Dikes
101/4
Dirt Houses
101/5
"Disasters, 1900-1950"
Series of images published for Pictorial News Annual issue in 1950 depicting various disasters, including one of the Vanport flood. See Written Materials series for published piece.
101/6
Dishes
101/7
Dog Houses
101/8
Doors
101/9
Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc.
Photographs showing the manufacture of aircraft in the company's Santa Monica, California factory.
101/10
Doukhobor Sect
Canadian religious group, a radical offshoot of which committed acts of arson.
101/11
Dredging
101/12
Driftwood
101/13
Drills
101/14
Drownings
101/15
Drunk Tests
101/16
Dry Cleaning
101/17
Dry Ice
101/18
"Dry Land Sailboat"
Wheeled contraption attached to sail built by two Maupin residents.
101/19
Drydocks
101/20
Dude Ranches
101/21
Dutch People
101/22
Dynamite
101/23
Eagle Scouts
101/24
Earrings
101/25
Earth Movers
101/26
Earthquakes
101/27
Earthquake Recording Equipment
101/28
Easter Eggs
101/29
Eastern Star
101/30
Eclipses
Subseries 6 : Education
Box/Folder
101/31
Apprenticeships
101/32
Aptitude Tests
101/33
Audio-Visual Aids
101/34
Business-Industry Education Day
101/35
Career Education
101/36
Charm School
101/37
College Enrollment Projections
1968
101/38
Cooking School
101/39
Drivers' Education
102/1
Educational Television
102/2
English as a Second Language (ESL)
102/3
Exchange Students
Photographs of both Oregonians studying abroad and of students in Oregon from other parts of the United States.
102/4
Flood Control Classes
102/5
Foreign Students (1)
102/6
Foreign Students (2)
102/7
Gifted Students
102/8
Graduation Ceremonies
102/9
Head Start Program
102/10
Home Economics
102/11
Kindergarten
102/12
Learning Disabilities
102/13
Mathematics
102/14
Mountain Climbing School
102/15
Scholarships and Fellowships
102/16
Students
Contains images of both high school and college students.
102/17
Teachers and Administrators
Mostly group photographs taken at educational conferences
102/18
Test Score Rankings
Box/Folder
102/19
Effigies
102/20
Electric Appliances
102/21
Electric Chairs
102/22
Electric Circuit Breakers
103/1
Electric Lighting
103/2
Electrical Panels
103/3
Elevator Operators
103/4
Elevators
103/5
Emblems
See also: Subjects - Insignias.
103/6
Emergency Services
103/7
Emotionally Distrubed Children
103/8
Employment
Subseries 7 : Energy
Box/Folder
103/9
Conservation
103/10
Electric Generators
103/11
Federal Power Commission Hearing
Hearing regarding Idaho Power Co.'s plans for a dam on the Snake River
1963 June 6
103/12
Fuel Shotages
103/13
Gas Pipelines
103/14
Gas Wells
103/15
Gasoline
103/16
Geothermal Leases Map
Hand-drawn map showing the area where the Lamar Hunt family's leases near Crump Lake.
circa 1980
103/17
Geothermal Power
103/18
Oil Wells
Box/Folder
103/19
Engines
103/20
Evictions
103/21
Evidence
103/22
Ex-Convicts
103/23
Excavations
103/24
Exhibits
Undated photographs depicting exhibit rooms. Includes what are labeled as "Educational Exhibit" and "Oregon Woods Exhibit," as well as a display of Salem cherries.
103/25
Expeditions
103/26
Explosions
103/27
Extradition
103/28
Eyeglasses
103/29
Factory Workers
Two undated photographs of workers in an unidentified factory.
103/30
Fairs and Festivals
103/31
Families
103/32
Family Counseling Services
103/33
Family Trees
103/34
Fans
103/35
Fashion
103/36
Fathers
104/1
Feed Sacks
104/2
Feed Stores
104/3
Fences
104/4
Fiberglass
104/5
Fingerprints
104/6
Finnish-American People
104/7
Fire Alarms
104/8
Fire Escapes
104/9
Fire Hydrants
104/10
Fire Prevention and Safety
104/11
Firefighters and Firefighting (1)
See also: Subjects - Forest Fires and Firefighting.
104/12
Firefighters and Firefighting (2)
104/13
Fireplaces
104/14
Fireworks
104/15
Fish Ladders
Subseries 8 : Fishing
See also: Boats and Other Watercraft - Fishing Boats
Box/Folder
104/16
General (1)
104/17
General (2)
104/18
General (3)
104/19
General (4)
104/20
Bass
104/21
Catfish
104/22
Clams
See also: Sports and Recreation - Clam-Digging
105/1
Crabs
105/2
Crappies
105/3
Crawfish
105/4
Equipment
105/5
Fish Hatcheries
105/6
Fish Wheels
105/7
Halibut
105/8
Marlins
105/9
Octopi
Box/Folder
105/10
Flags (1)
105/11
Flags (2)
105/12
Flags (3)
105/13
Flea Markets
105/14
Flea Research
Contains photographs of laboratories for studying fleas at Pacific University and in Crane, Oregon.
105/15
Flood Control
105/16
Floods
105/17
Floods - Columbia River
Series of aerial photos taken of the 1948 flood's effects in Oregon and Washington.See also: Oregon - Floods - Vanport (May-June 1948); Portland - Floods - May-June 1948.
1948 June
Subseries 9 : Flora and Fauna
Includes images related to extinct and mythical creatures. For photographs of cows, see: Agriculture - Cattle.See also: Portland - Washington Park Zoo.
Box/Folder
106/1
Aardvarks
106/2
Albatrosses
106/3
Alligators
106/4
Anchovies
106/5
Antelopes
106/6
Ants
106/7
Apes
106/8
Baboons
106/9
Badgers
106/10
Banana Plants
106/11
Bats
106/12
Bears
106/13
Beavers
106/14
Bees
106/15
Beetles
106/16
Bigfoot
Also known as Sasquatch.
106/17
Birds (Unspecified)
106/18
Bitterns
106/19
Blackbirds
106/20
Blossoms
106/21
Bluebirds
106/22
Bluejays
106/23
Bobcats
106/24
Buffalo
Also known as bison.
106/25
Burros
106/26
Butterflies
106/27
Buzzards
106/28
Cacti
106/29
Camels
106/30
Carp
106/31
Caterpillars
106/32
Cats
106/33
Cedar Waxwings
106/34
Chameleons
106/35
Cheetahs
106/36
Chickens
106/37
Chimpanzees
107/1
Chinchillas
107/2
Chipmunks
107/3
Chukars
107/4
Civet Cats
107/5
Clams
107/6
Coatimundi
107/7
Cockroaches
107/8
Condors
107/9
Cougars
107/10
Coyotes
107/11
Crabs
107/12
Cranes
107/13
Crawfish
107/14
Crickets
107/15
Crows
107/16
Cutworms
107/17
Daffofils
107/18
Deer
107/19
Dogs (1)
107/20
Dogs (2)
107/21
Dogs (3)
107/22
Dogwood Trees
107/23
Dolphins
107/24
Donkeys
107/25
Dragonflies
107/26
Ducks
108/1
Eagles
108/2
Earwigs
108/3
Elephants
See also: Portland - Washington Park Zoo - Elephants
108/4
Elephants - Tusko
Circus elephant that appeared in Portland.
108/5
Elk
108/6
Evergreens
108/7
Falcons
108/8
Ferrets
108/9
Fish (Unspecified)
108/10
Flamingos
108/11
Flies
108/12
Flowers
Contains photographs of various flowers taken by Irving Penn.
See Written Materials series for press release that accompanied prints.
108/12
Four-Leaf Clovers
108/13
Foxes
108/14
Frogs
108/15
Fruit Flies
108/16
Fuchsias
108/17
Fungi
Includes photographs originally labeled "Mushrooms."
108/18
Geese
108/19
Gibbons
108/20
Giraffes
108/21
Goats
108/22
Golden Pheasants
108/23
Gorse
108/24
Grass
108/25
Grasshoppers
109/1
Groundhogs
109/2
Hamsters
109/3
Hawks
109/4
Hippopotami
109/5
Holly
109/6
Horses
109/7
Hummingbirds
109/8
Iguanas
109/9
Insects (Unspecified)
109/10
Jaguars
109/11
Jellyfish
109/12
Kinkajous
109/13
Lambs
109/14
Lampreys
109/15
Leaves
109/16
Leeches
109/17
Lemurs
109/18
Leopards
109/19
Lions
109/20
Llamas
109/21
Lynxes
109/22
Macaws
109/23
Magpies
109/24
Marmosets
109/25
Mice
109/26
Ming Trees
109/27
Moles
109/28
Monkeys
109/29
Moose
109/30
Mosquitos
109/31
Moss
109/32
Moths
109/33
Mules
110/1
Murre
110/2
Musk Oxen
110/3
Muskrats
110/4
Mynahs
110/5
Nematodes
110/6
Peacocks
110/7
Peccaries
110/8
Pigs
110/9
Pine Trees
110/10
Robins
110/11
Seagulls
110/12
Sheep
110/13
Starlings
110/14
Swallows
110/15
Swans
Box/Folder
110/16
Florists
110/17
Flower Arrangments
110/18
Flower Mining
Photograph of gold panners retouched so that it looks as though they are panning for flowers. Used for an August 18 1963 gardening article.
110/19
Foam House
Project undertaken by University of Oregon students.
1972
Subseries 10 : Food and Beverage
Box/Folder
110/20
General
110/21
Bakeries
110/22
Barbecues
110/23
Bars
110/24
Beer
110/25
Bread
110/26
Butter
110/27
Buttermilk
110/28
Cakes
110/29
Candy
110/30
Cheese
111/1
Chefs
111/2
Cherry Square Desserts
Originally filed under "metric system" because the recipes had used metric measurements
1979 February
111/3
Cider
111/4
Cookbooks
111/5
Cookies
111/6
Cooking (General)
111/7
Creameries
111/8
Eggs
111/9
Food Dehydration
111/10
Food Drives
111/11
Food Inspections
111/12
Food Preservation
111/13
Frozen Food
111/14
Groceries and Grocery Stores
111/15
Gum
111/16
Horsemeat
111/17
Ice Cream
111/18
Liquor
111/19
Loaves & Fishes Program
111/20
Lutefisk
111/21
Meat
111/22
Meat Markets
111/23
Surplus Food
Box/Folder
111/24
Food Stamps
111/25
Foreign Sailors
111/26
Forest (Unidentified)
Image of a car parked in a forest with the caption, "In the park like yellow pine forest."
111/27
Forest Fires and Firefighting (1)
112/1
Forest Fires and Firefighting (2)
Subseries 11 : Forestry
Box/Folder
112/2
Aerial Logging
112/3
Cone Picking
112/4
Flumes
112/5
Forest Management
112/6
Forest Science Laboratory
112/7
Log Branding
112/8
Log Jams
112/9
Log Salvage
112/10
Log Transportation (1)
Contains photos of logs being moved by log rafts, horse teams, ox teams, trains, and trucks.
112/11
Log Transportation (2)
112/12
Logging (1)
112/13
Logging (2)
112/14
Logging Conferences
112/15
Logging Equipment and Machinery
112/16
Lookout Stations
112/17
Lumber
112/18
Lumber Mills
112/19
Mill Ponds
112/20
Notched Lumber
112/21
Seeding
112/22
Tillamook Burn Reseeding
1949
112/23
Usage of Plywood and Timber
Pair of pie charts showing how much plywood and timber are used for various purposes.
Box/Folder
113/1
Fossils
113/2
Foster Care
113/3
Fountains
113/4
Fraud
113/5
Freckles
113/6
Freedom Drive
113/7
Fruit Displays
113/8
Fugitives
113/9
Fundraising
113/10
Funerals
113/11
Furnaces
113/12
Furniture
113/13
Furs
113/14
Future Farmers of America
113/15
Gadgets
113/16
Gambling
113/17
Gambling Devices
Includes images of roulette wheels, slot machines, and pinball machines.See also: Portland - Gambling Raids.
113/18
Gambling Raids
113/19
Garage Sales
113/20
Garbage Cans
113/21
Garbage
See also: Subjects - Litter.
113/22
Gardening
113/23
Gears
113/24
Geiger Counters
113/25
Gem Shows
113/26
General Motors
113/27
General Stores
113/28
Geodesic Domes
113/29
Geology
114/1
Geysers
114/2
Girl Scouts
114/3
Glaciers
114/4
Glass Floats
114/5
Globes
114/6
Gold
114/7
Gold Mining and Prospecting (1)
114/8
Gold Mining and Prospecting (2)
114/9
Gold Mining and Prospecting (3)
114/10
Gold Star Mothers
114/11
Golden Weddings
114/12
Goldfish Bowls
114/13
Graffiti
114/14
Grandparents
114/15
Grappling Hooks
114/16
Graves
114/17
"Great Moments in History, 1900-1950"
Series of images depicting famous people and events from the first half of the 20th century, used for a Pictorial News Annula piece. See Oversize B series for the published piece.
114/18
Greeting Cards
114/19
Greenhouses
Includes a number of photographs related to the Sturdi-Built company's greenhouses.
114/20
Greenpeace
114/21
Gun Ranges
114/22
Guns
114/23
Gypsite
114/24
Haircuts and Hairstyles
114/25
Halfway Houses
114/26
Halloween Celebrations
114/27
Handcuffs
114/28
Hands
114/29
Hats
114/30
Hawley Crippen Trial
Contains single image of the courtroom where the trial was held.
1910
Subseries 12 : Health and Medicine
Box/Folder
115/1
Acupuncture
115/2
Alcoholism
115/3
Amnesia
115/4
Amputees
115/5
Arteries
115/6
Artificial Eyes
115/7
Artificial Limbs
115/8
Asthma
115/9
Blood (1)
Mostly photographs related to blood drives and donations.
115/10
Blood (2)
115/11
Blood (3)
115/12
Breast Surgery
115/13
Cancer
115/14
Cardio-Pulminary Resuscitation (CPR)
115/15
Casts
115/16
Cerebral Palsy
115/17
Chriopractors
115/18
Cystic Fibrosis
115/19
Cystinosis
115/20
Dentistry
115/21
Diabetes
115/22
Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO)
116/1
Doctors, Nurses and Medics
116/2
Down's Syndrome
116/3
Drug Rehabilitation
116/4
Emphysema Screenings
116/5
Epilepsy
116/6
Eye Health
116/7
First Aid
116/8
Food Poisoning
116/9
Foreign Doctors
116/10
Hay Fever
116/11
Health Career Days
116/12
Health Fairs
116/13
Health Hazards
116/14
Immunization and Vaccines
116/15
Incubators
116/16
Infantile Paralysis
116/17
Kidney Health
116/18
Liver Operations
116/19
Lungs
116/20
Medical Research
116/21
Mental Health
116/22
Methadone
116/23
Muscular Dystrophy
116/24
Nursing Programs
116/25
Pharmaceutical Drugs
See also: Health and Medicine - Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO); Health and Medicine - Methadone
Box/Folder
116/26
Hides
116/27
Highway Construction
116/28
Highway Markers
116/29
Highway Signs
117/1
Hippies
117/2
Hitchhiking
117/3
Hoboes
Includes an image of hoboes in the "Portland Jungle."
117/4
Holy Week
117/5
Home Building
117/6
Home Extension Work
117/7
Home and Garden Shows
117/8
Home Improvement and Remodeling
See also: Portland - "Renovize Portland"
117/9
Home Security
117/10
Home Tours and Shows
117/11
Homesteads
117/12
Hoover Report
117/13
Horse Auctions
117/14
Horse-Drawn Carriages
117/15
Horse Registration
117/16
Horse Shoeing
117/17
Hospital Building
Photograph of building identified on the back only as "Hospital Building."
117/18
Hotel Employees
117/19
Hotel Registration
117/20
House Moving
117/21
Houses and Housing (1)
Includes unnamed Oregon homes.
117/22
Houses and Housing (2)
117/23
Houses and Housing - "Street of Dreams" Projects
117/24
Hypnotism
117/25
Hyster Co.
118/1
Identification
118/2
Igloos
118/3
Ikebana
118/4
Illustration of Man Reading
Image on transparency of man with book looking out of a window. Found in folder for stage coach and train robberies, but appears unrelated.
118/5
Incinerators
118/6
Income
118/7
Income Taxes
118/8
Indian People
Photographs of people from the country India.
Subseries 13 : Indians of North America
Box/Folder
118/9
General (1)
118/10
General (2)
118/11
Art and Artifacts (1)
118/12
Art and Artifacts (2)
118/13
Celilo
118/14
Dance and Music
118/15
Fishing and Fishing Rights
Mostly photographs related to conflict between Oregom and Washington State Native Americans and government officials regarding fishing laws.
118/16
Indians Displaced by Grand Coulee Dam
118/17
Inuits
118/18
Klamath
119/1
Navajo
119/2
Warm Springs
119/3
Yakima
Box/Folder
119/4
Indonesian People
119/5
Industrial Accidents
119/6
Insect Control Badge
Circular name badge declaring that the wearer has been inspected for insects by the officials at the Oregon-California border.
119/7
Insignias
See also: Subjects - Emblems.
119/8
Insurance Agents
119/9
Interchapter Barbeshop Missile
119/10
Interior Decorating
119/11
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
119/12
International Geophysical Year
119/13
Inventions
119/14
Iron Ore
119/15
Iron Workers
119/16
Irradiation Equipment
119/17
Jails
119/18
Jailbreaks
119/19
Japanese-American Conferences
119/20
Japanese-American Internment
119/21
Japanese People
119/22
Japanese Trade Fair
119/23
Jaywalking
119/24
Jehovah's Witnesses
119/25
Jewelers
119/26
Jewels and Jewelry
119/27
Jewish People
119/28
Job Fairs
119/29
Job Hunting
119/30
Job Layoffs
119/31
Job Training
119/32
Jobs
119/33
Joined Images
Three photographs of photographs placed together. One shows a radio room and horse-drawn streetcars, one shows floods in Portland and Arlington, and the third shows a group of unidentified men and an photo of an old woman.
120/1
Jungle Gyms
120/2
Kidnappings
120/3
Knives
120/4
Knots
120/5
Korean Orphans
120/6
Lace
120/7
Lamps and Lampposts
120/8
Land Fraud
120/9
Landscaping
120/10
Language
120/11
Last Supper Exhibit
Animatronic display in San Francisco depicting the Last Supper.
1950 January
120/12
Laterite Ore
120/13
Laundry Machines
120/14
Lava
120/15
Law Enforcement
120/16
Lawn Movers
120/17
Lead
120/18
Leap Year Birthdays
120/19
Letters
120/20
Legal Aid
120/21
Liberty Bell
120/22
Libraries
120/23
Life Insurance
120/24
Life-Saving Certificates
120/25
Lifeguards
120/26
Light Fixtures
120/27
Lighthouses
120/28
Lignosulfonate
120/29
Limerock
120/30
Linotype Machines
120/31
Litter
120/32
Little People
120/33
Locksmiths
120/34
Logs
120/35
Longshoremen
121/1
Loot
Includes photographs of items seized during police raids.
121/2
Lost and Found
121/3
Luaus
121/4
Lur
121/5
Machinery
121/6
Madonnas
121/7
Magazines
121/8
Magicians
121/9
Magnets
121/10
Mail
121/11
Mailboxes
121/12
Makeup
121/13
Malayan People
121/14
Mennequins
121/15
Maps
121/16
Marble
121/17
March of Dimes
121/18
Mare's Eggs
121/19
Marijuana
121/20
Marine Biology
121/21
Markers, Memorials and Monuments (1)
Mostly in Oregon locations.
121/22
Markers, Memorials and Monuments (2)
121/23
Marriage Licenses
121/24
Marshland
Photograph of unnamed "accidental lake" and marshland in Oregon.
121/25
Mascots
Both human and animal mascots.Includes photographs of University of Oregon's one-time mascot Puddles.
121/26
Masers
121/27
Masks
121/28
May Baskets
121/29
Maypoles
121/30
Mechanical Bulls
121/31
Medals and Medallions
Subseries 14 : Media
Box/Folder
122/1
Academy Awards
122/2
Cartoons and Comics
122/3
Disney Characters
122/4
Films
Promotional photographs for films.
122/5
Films - "Air Force"
Warner Brothers movie.
1943
122/6
Films - "Rivals"
Film made with cast of Portland high school students.
1930
122/7
Radio Debates
122/8
Radio Stations and Programs
See also: Portland - Radio and TV Stations.
Box/Folder
122/9
Medicare
122/10
Medicine Shows
122/11
Medieval Fairs
122/12
Mennonites
122/13
Mentally Disabled People
122/14
Mercury
122/15
Metal Detectors
122/16
Meteorites
122/17
Meter Maids
122/18
Meters
122/19
Microcards
122/20
Microfilm
122/21
Microscopes
122/22
Microwave Towers
Subseries 15 : Military
Box/Folder
122/23
Absent Without Leave (AWOL) Soldiers
122/24
Agent Orange
122/25
Air Force - General
122/26
Air Force - 40th Aeromedical Squadron
122/27
Air Force - 403rd Troop Carrier
122/28
Air Force - 460th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron
122/29
Air Force - Air Cadets
123/1
Air Force - Bombers (1)
123/2
Air Force - Bombers (2)
123/3
Air Force - Cargo and Transport Planes
123/4
Air Force - Fighters (1)
123/5
Air Force - Fighters (2)
123/6
Air Force - Flying Cadet Examination Board
123/7
Air Force - Reconnaisance Planes
123/8
Air Force - Training Planes
123/9
Air Force - Other Aircraft
123/10
Amphibious Vehicles
123/11
Army - General
123/12
Army - 41st Division
123/13
Army - Cavalry
123/14
Army Corps of Engineers
123/15
Army Equipment
123/16
Army - Green Berets
123/17
Army Maneuvers and War Games
124/1
Army - Paratroopers
124/2
Army - Recruitment
124/3
Army - Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
124/4
Army Reserves
124/5
Cadet Nursing Corps
124/6
Cannons
124/7
Citizen's Military Training Camps (CMTC)
124/8
Civil Air Patrol
124/9
Civil War
Mostly photographs of Civil War generals and veterans.
124/10
Coast Guard (1)
124/11
Coast Guard (2)
124/12
Cold War Troop Disposition
Graphic showing the size and placement of NATO and Soviet troops in Europe.
1970 March
124/13
Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line
124/14
Draft Registration
124/15
Explosive Ordnance
124/16
Flame Throwers
124/17
Foreign Soldiers
124/18
Frogman Training
Photographs of Boardman resident Gene L. Allen undergoing training at the Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado, California.
1951
124/19
Indian War Veterans
124/20
Induction Centers
124/21
Korean War - Air Lifts
124/22
Koren War Veterans
124/23
Marine Corps
124/24
Military Aircraft - Foreign
124/25
Missiles and Missile Carriers
124/26
Navy - General
124/27
Navy - Torpedo Bombers and Anti-Submarine Planes
124/28
Radar
125/1
Spanish American War - Troops
Group photograph of "Squad detail to raise colors at Manila," presumably members of the 2nd Oregon Volunteer Reigment.
125/2
Spanish American War Veterans
125/3
Vietnam War - US Actions in Cambodia
125/4
World War I
125/5
World War I - French Troops
125/6
World War I - German Troops
125/7
World War I - Naval and Submarine Warfare
125/8
World War II
125/9
World War II - Lend-Lease Program
125/10
World War II - Occupation of Japan (1)
125/11
World War II - Occupation of Japan (2)
Box/Folder
125/12
Millstones
125/13
Minerals
125/14
Mines and Mining
See also: Subjects - Gold Mining and Prospecting.
125/15
Miniature Swiss Gardens
125/16
Miracle Mile
125/17
Miss America
125/18
Missing Persons
126/1
Missionaries
126/2
Mobile Homes
126/3
Mock Trials
126/4
Model Airport
126/5
Models
126/6
Money
126/7
Money-Sorting Machines
126/8
Money Tree
126/9
Moon
126/10
Moon Rocks
126/11
Moral Rearmament
126/12
Morrison-Knudsen Co.
126/13
Mother's Day Celebrations
126/14
Mothers
126/15
Mounds
126/16
Mountain Climbing Accidents and Rescues
126/17
Mouse Deterrents
126/18
Moving
126/19
Mozel Automatic Electric Tee
126/20
Mud
126/21
Murders
Subseries 16 : Music
Includes photographs relating to both musical instruments and musical groups.
Box/Folder
126/22
Bagpipes
126/23
Bells
126/24
Carillons
126/25
Chamber Music Northwest
126/26
Disc Jockeys (DJs)
126/27
Drum Majors
126/28
Drums
127/1
Early Music
127/2
Electric Chimes
127/3
Fiddles
127/4
Folk Singers
127/5
Groups
Contains promotional photographs of: The Agostinos; Bach Aria Group; The Beach Boys; Black Oak Arkansas; Black and Blue Boys Orchestra; Black Sabbath; Blind Faith; the Bohemians; Boston Symphony Orchestra; The Cables; The Cherniavsky Trio; College Troubadors; The Continentals; Four Freshmen; The Four Hues; The Four Romeros; The Gaylords; George Willams & His New Oregon Band; The Golddiggers; Goose Lake Wranglers; Irish Rovers; Iron Butterfly; The Jacobson Mall Quartet; Jerry Reed's Symphonic Band; The Larry Rich Band; The Limeliters; Maddox Brothers & Rose; Mid-Day Rain; Old Wortman & King Quartet; Oregonian Plectral Quintette; Portland Symphony Orchestra; Sawtooth Mountain Boys; The Schubert Octette; US Air Force Rolling Strings; Walker Brothers Orchestra; Webber's Juvenile Wranglers; Wilder Harp & String Quartette.
127/6
Groups - Bands
Mostly high school bands.Includes marching bands.Includes "then and now" photographs of members of Oak Grove Girls Band from 1910 and 1954.
127/7
Groups - Barbershop Quartets
127/8
Groups - Choirs
127/9
Groups - Drum and Bugle Corps
127/10
Groups - Military Bands
127/11
Groups - String Quartets
127/12
Groups - The Association
127/13
Groups - Beaver Dugout Varities
Music group associated with the Portland Beavers baseball team.
127/14
Groups -Budapest String Quartet
127/15
Groups -Clan MacCleay Pipe Band
127/16
Groups - Dave Clark Five
127/17
Groups - Don Cossack Chorus & Dancers
127/18
Groups - Fiery Cross
127/19
Groups - George Weber & His Orchestra
127/20
Groups - Hohner Accordian Symphony
127/21
Groups - Hoosier Hotshots
127/22
Groups - Infantry Chorus
Led by Dr. Leonard de Paulur
127/23
Groups - The Ink Spots
127/24
Groups - Israeli Orchestra
128/1
Groups - The Kingsmen
128/2
Groups - The Kingston Trio
128/3
Groups - Little Chamber Orchesta
128/4
Groups - Little Gaelic Singers
128/5
Groups - Mello Macs
128/6
Groups - The Mills Brothers
128/7
Groups - Monday Music Club
128/8
Groups - The Mountain Jennies
128/9
Groups - Novak Singers
128/10
Groups - Portland Ad Club Gleemen
128/11
Groups - Portland Chamber Orchestra
128/12
Groups - Portland Junior Symphony
128/13
Groups - Royal Rosarian Quartet
128/14
Groups - Westmoreland Union Manor Kitchen Band
128/15
Guitars
128/16
Harps
128/17
Harpsicords
128/18
Jazz
128/19
Kotos
128/20
Mt. Hood Jazz Festival
128/21
Musical Contests
128/22
Opera Singers
128/23
Orchestral Singers
Contains two group photographs: one of Mark Daniels, Helen McCartney and Weyland Echols, who sang in Portland Symphony Society's 1934 production of Haydn's "The Creation;" the other a May 1925 photograph of Hermann Hafner, Hilda Lindborg, Alice Price Moore, and Mark Daniels.
128/24
Organs
Box/Folder
128/25
Mustaches
128/26
Myrtlewood Bowls
128/27
Narcotics
See also: Subjects - Marijuana.
128/28
Nylon Hosiery
128/29
Office of Alien Property
Image of items that had been seized from Germans and Japanese during World War II.
1966
128/30
"P. R. L. L. P. Camp"
Photograph of an encampment in an unidentified location; no indication as to what company's full name was.
Subseries 17 : Performing Arts
Box/Folder
128/31
Ballet
128/32
Belly-Dancing
128/33
Circus (1)
128/34
Circus (2)
129/1
Circus (3)
129/2
Clowns (1)
129/3
Clowns (2)
129/4
Dance (1)
See also: Performing Arts - Ballet; Perfomring Arts - Belly-Dancing; Performing Arts - Folk Dance.
129/5
Dance (2)
129/6
Dance (3)
129/7
Duos
Photographs of performing duo acts.
129/8
Folk Dance
129/9
Ice Skating Performance
Includes photographs related to Holiday on Ice, Ice Follies and Icecapades
129/10
Mimes
129/11
Theater (1)
129/12
Theater (2)
Box/Folder
129/13
Pesticides
Includes photographs that were originally labeled as "Mosquito Control."
130/1
Physicaly Disabled People (1)
130/2
Physicaly Disabled People (2)
130/3
Physicaly Disabled People (3)
130/4
Phonographs
130/5
"Pioneer Dentist's Home"
Two photographs of house in unspecified locale beloning to a man only identified in label as "eccentric pioneer dentist."
Subseries 18 : Politics
Box/Folder
130/6
Atiyeh-Straub Debate
1978 September 9
130/7
Ballots
130/8
Campaign Buttons, Literature and Signs
130/9
Campaign Headquarters and Staffers
130/10
Clackamas County Elections
1981 February
130/11
Democratic National Convention
1928
130/12
Democratic National Convention
1976
130/13
Elections
130/14
Equal Rights Amendment
130/15
International Agreements
130/16
Mock Conventions
130/17
Mock Elections
130/18
Oregon State Legislature
130/19
Presidential Inaugurations
130/20
Repeal of the 18th Amendment
Photographs relating to the 21st Amendment, which replealed the 18th Amendment, thus ending Prohibition at the national level in the United States.
130/21
Republican National Committee
130/22
Socialist Convention
1932
130/23
United States Congress
130/24
Washington State Legislature
Box/Folder
131/1
Porcupine-Culling Project
Photograph of two officials in charge of a campaign to reduce the number of porcupines in Eastern Oregon, because the animals were killing young pines in the region.
1956 February
131/2
Public Works Committees
Photographs of development and works committee members.
131/3
Railroad Enthusiasts
Subseries 19 : Railroads
Box/Folder
131/4
Amtrak
131/5
Box Cars
131/6
Caboose Cars
131/7
Construction and Last Spike Ceremonies
131/8
Freedom Train
131/9
Freight Car Construction
Series of photographs depicting freight cars being built in Omaha, Nebraska.
1950
131/10
Freight Cars
131/11
Refrigerator Cars
131/12
Seattle, Portland & Spokane Railroad Dairy Demonstration Train
1930 June
131/13
Tracks, Tunnels and Trestles
131/14
Train Accidents
131/15
Train Interiors
131/16
Train Safety Award Banner
Photograph of officials of the Oregon-Washington branch of Union Pacific Railroad accepting the banner for having the fewest accidents per employee.
1929 April
131/17
Trains and Locomotives (1)
131/18
Trains and Locomotives (2)
131/19
Trains in the Dalles
Series of photographs depicting locomotives, rail yards and train tracks in the Dalles, Oregon, as well as the scene of a train accident near The Dalles.
1884-1886
Box/Folder
131/20
Rape
131/21
Real Estate Development
131/22
Religious Groups and Events (1)
Photographs from a folder labeled "Religion," consisting mostly of group photographs of ministers and church organizations.See also: Portland - Churches & Other Houses of Worship.
132/1
Religious Groups and Events (2)
132/2
Robots
132/3
Rumrunning
Contains 3 mughshots of escaped convicts W. L. Kerr, C. T. Ryall, and A. S. Babcock, alleged to have been involved in liquor smuggling, as well as photograph of the raided liquor.
1932 March
132/4
Sacco & Vanzetti Trial (1)
Trial of anarchists Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti murder; both were executed. Includes photographs of demonstrations held on behalf of the two men.
1927
132/5
Sacco & Vanzetti Trial (2)
132/6
Seals
132/7
Sediments Map
Map of Oregon showing the location of various types of sediment found in the state.
132/8
Senior Citizens
132/9
Ship Jumpers
132/10
Shipping Containers
Subseries 20 : Sports and Recreation
Box/Folder
132/11
4-Wheel Drive Races
132/12
Airplane Races
132/13
Archery
132/14
Arm Wrestling
132/15
Armadillo Races
132/16
Auto Races
132/17
Backpacking
132/18
Badminton
132/19
Baseball
132/20
Baseball Teams (1)
Group photographs of baseball team members.
132/21
Baseball Teams (2)
133/1
Basketball
133/2
Basketball Fans
Photographs of basketball game attendees taken during and outside of games.
1972-1979
133/3
Beachcombing
133/4
Bicycling (1)
133/5
Bicycling (2)
133/6
Billiards
Also known as pool.
133/7
Bingo
133/8
Birdwatching
133/9
Board Games
See also: Sports and Recreation - Checkers; Sports and Recreation - Chess.
133/10
Boat Races
133/11
Bowling
Includes photographs related to lawn bowling.
133/12
Bridge
133/13
Camping
133/14
Card Games
See also: Sports and Recreation - Bridge.
133/15
Checkers
133/16
Chess
133/17
Clam-Digging
133/18
Coaster Races
133/19
Cock Fighting
133/20
College Bowl
134/1
Contests
134/2
Crocheting
134/3
Curling
134/4
Darts
134/5
Dog Races
134/6
Dog Shows
134/7
Dog Sled Races
134/8
Egg Painting
134/9
Fencing
134/10
Fishing Derbies
134/11
Foosball
134/12
Football
134/13
Frog-Jumping Contests
134/14
Games - General
Includes photographs related to Dungeons and Dragons, Jacks, Leapfrog, and Twister.
134/15
Go-Cart Races
134/16
Golf (1)
134/17
Golf (2)
134/18
Gymnastics and Acrobatics
134/19
Hackey Sack
134/20
Hand Tennis
134/21
Handball
Includes 1946 photograph of handball team including Terry Schrunk.
134/22
Harness Races
134/23
Hay Rides
134/24
Hiking
134/25
Hockey
135/1
Hoose Races
135/2
Horse Shows (1)
135/3
Horse Shows (2)
135/4
Horseback Riding
135/5
Horseshoe-Throwing
135/6
Hunting
Includes photographs from folder labeled "Hunters - Government."
135/7
Ice Skating
135/8
Knitting
135/9
Marbles Tournament
1953 June
135/10
Martial Arts
135/11
Miniature Golf
135/12
Moonwatching
135/13
Mountain Climbing
135/14
Parachute Jumping
135/15
Ping Pong
Also known as table tennis.
135/16
Rock Hounds
135/17
Skiing
135/18
Soap Box Derbies
135/19
Sports Team Captains
Group photograph taken 1923 or 1924 of basketball, football, and track team captains for the University of Oregon.
135/20
Swimming
135/21
Toboggaining
135/22
Track and Field
135/23
Water Skiing
135/24
Weightlifting
135/25
Wrestling
Box/Folder
136/1
Spousal Abuse
136/2
Stage Coaches
136/3
Strikes
136/4
Ten Commandments Plaque
Photograph of a plaque donated to the City of Portland by the Fraternal Order of Eagles, which caused controversy due both to church-state separation arguments and the non-standard wording of commandments.
1958
136/5
Timber Theft
136/6
Tires
136/7
Titanium
Subseries 21 : Toys, Models, and Other Merrymaking Devices
Box/Folder
136/8
Boomerangs
136/9
Dolls (1)
136/10
Dolls (2)
136/11
Dollhouses and Furniture
136/12
Figurines and Miniatures
136/13
Frisbees
136/14
Hula Hoops
136/15
Jump Rope
136/16
Kites
136/17
Miniature Battlefields
136/18
Miniature Circus
136/19
Miniature Houses
136/20
Model Airplanes
136/21
Model Bridges
136/22
Model Cars
136/23
Model Rockets
137/1
Model Ships and Boats
137/2
Model Tractors
137/3
Model Trains and Railroads
137/4
Model Wagons
137/5
Teddy Bears
137/6
Toy Cannons
Box/Folder
137/7
Traffic Signs
137/8
Train Robbery
Photographs of suspects and victims of train robberies.
137/9
Trophies
137/10
Typewriters
137/11
Undocumented Immigrants
Originally filed as "Aliens" and "Illegal Aliens."
137/12
United States Constitution
137/13
United States Constitution Sequencentennial Celebration
Contains photograph of a certificate given to Lipman, Wolfe & Co. for its participation in the celebration.
1937
137/14
United States Revolution Bicentennial Celebrations
1975-1976
137/15
Vacuum Cleaners
Subseries 22 : Weather and Seasons
Box/Folder
137/16
Autumn
Also known as Fall.
137/17
Drought
137/18
Dust Storms
137/19
Fog
Includes photographs related to fog-seeding experiments and fog-dispersal attempts.
137/20
Frost
137/21
Hail
137/22
Ice
137/23
Lightning
137/24
Snow
Contains photograph of unnamed creek in the Cascade foothills during snowy weather.
Box/Folder
137/25
Wireless Radios
137/26
World Federalist Congress
1965 June

Series I :   Oversize A ,  1916-1984 Return to Top

Oversize images up to 11 by 14 inches.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
138/1
People - A-G
138/2
People - H-M
138/3
People - N-Z
Subseries 1 : Oregon
Box/Folder
138/4
4-H Club; Adair Air Force Base; Agate Beach; Albany Timber Carnival; Ashland
138/5
Astoria; Aurora; Mt. Bachelor; Bandon; Bayocean Peninsula; Beaver Boys State; Beaverton; Bend
138/6
Black Butte; Blue Lake Regional Park; Boiler Bay State Park; Boy Scouts
138/7
Bridges; Broken Top
138/8
Bull Run Watershed; Burns
Includes photograph of Frank B. Cohen's residence west of Portland and photographs of Oregon State University.
138/9
Camp Clark; Camp Colton; Camp Fire Girls; Camp Hancock; Camp Howard; Camp Ma-Ku-Ala; Camp Namanu; Camp Rilea
138/10
Cannon Beach; Cascade Head; Cascade Locks; Cedar Hills; Celilo Falls; Central Oregon
138/11
Christmas Celebrations; Clackamas County; Clackamas County Fair; Clackamas River; Clackamas Town Center
138/12
Clifton; Cohen Home; Columbia River; Corvallis; Crag Rats; Crane Prairie Reservoir
138/13
Dabney State Park; Dams
138/14
Delake; Demonstrations; Depoe Bay; Dundee
138/15
Easter Celebrations; Estacada Timber Fair; Eugene; Explorer Scouts
139/1
Fires (1)
139/2
Fires (2)
139/3
Fires (3)
139/4
Fires (4)
139/5
Floods (1)
139/6
Floods (2)
139/7
Floods (3); Florence
139/8
Forest Fires
139/9
Forest Grove - Stimson Lumber Co.; Fort Stevens; Fossil; Frenchglen; Gaston; Gifford Pinchot National Forest; Gilchrist; Gladstone; Granite
139/10
Grants Pass; Gresham; Hagg Lake; Halloween Celebrations; Hay Creek Ranch; Highways
Contains photographs of the Jenkins Estate below Cooper Mountain.
139/11
Hillsboro; Hillsboro Airport
139/12
Mt. Hood (1)
139/13
Mt. Hood (2)
Contains maps of areas along the Oregon coast affected by proposed restrictions on driving on the beach
1970
139/14
Hood River; Jenkins Home; Joseph - Chief Jospeh Days; Kidnappings; King City; Kiwanis Club
139/15
Klamath Falls; Klamath Indian Reservation; Lake Oswego; Lakeview; Landslides; Lincoln City; Lost Forest Dune Park
139/16
Malheur Wildlife Refuge; McKenzie River; Mt. McLoughlin; Memlaoose Island; Lake Merwin; Milwaukie; Mist; Mt. Angel; Multnomah; Multnomah Falls; Murders; Oak Grove; Open Aire Faire
139/17
Oregon State Highway Commission Maps
140/1
Pendleton - Eastern Oregon Hospital & Training Center; Rogue River; Rooster Rock; St. Paul; Salem
140/2
Sheridan; Sherwood; Silverton; Tigard; Tillamook Bay; Tongue Point Naval Base; Troutdale; Tualitin Mountains
140/3
Vanport; Wallowa Mountains; Washington County Crime Rate Chart (1971); West Union
Subseries 2 : Portland
Box/Folder
140/4
200 Market Building; 4-H Club; 5th Street; A. A. Horsfelot Building; Alpenrose Dairy; Albina District
140/5
Albertina Kerr Nursery; American Legion Convention (1970)
140/6
Apartments
Includes images of Ambassador Apartments, Astro Apartments, Clay Towers, Four Oaks Apartments, Evergreen Apartments Grant Tower, Ione Plaza, King Tower, Lincoln Tower, McCormick Pier Apartments, Portland Center Apartments, Tudor Arms, and Unthank Plaza.
140/7
April Fool's Day Celebrations; Arbor Day Celebrations; Artquake; Arts & Crafts Society
140/8
Banks; Barber Block
140/9
Barker Manufacturing Co.; Battleship Oregon Park; Black United Front; Blue Birds; Bombings; Boy Scouts; Broadmoor Golf Course
140/10
Bridges (1)
140/11
Bridges (2)
140/12
Fremont Bridge
140/13
I-205 Bridge
Also known as the Glen Jackson Bridge
140/14
Building Size Comparison Chart
1976
140/15
Bumble Bee Inc.; Burnside Trolley Building; Bus Lane Map (1976); Carillon Center Condominium; Cascade Runoff
141/1
Cathedral Park; The Children's Club Day Care Center; Children's Museum; Chinatown District; Christmas Celebrations
141/2
Churches and Other Houses of Worship (1)
141/3
Churches and Other Houses of Worship (2)
141/4
City-County Civic Center; City-County Kelly Butte Communication Center; City Flag Design (1969); Clair Arrow Center for Women Prisoners; Clyde Cosby Trial (1957); The Colony; Columbia Slough; Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) Convention (1948); Commonwealth Building; Contact Center
141/5
Container Corp. of America; Continental Motel; Couch Park; Council Crest; Country Fair; Country Store; Cub Scouts; Cultura d'Italia
141/6
Daughters of Neptune; David Campbell Memorial Fountain; Dekum Building; Delta Park; Demonstrations (1)
141/7
Demonstrations (2)
141/8
Department of Human Services Multi-Service Center; Disaster Drills; Donald E. Long Juvenile Home; Downtown Athletic Club; Duniway Center; Duniway Park; Eagle Scouts; Eastbank Esplanade
141/9
Easter Celebrations
141/10
Education Service Center; Emergency Services; Episcopal Convention (1922); Equitable Building; Equitable Savings & Loan Association; Evans Products Co.
141/11
Explosions; Exposition-Recreation Commission; FMC Corp.; Fairytale Parade; Family Fair; Federal Building; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Offices; Fire Department
141/12
Festival Center
Series of conceptual drawings for a proposed "Festival Center."
1964
141/13
Fires (1)
141/14
Fires (2)
141/15
Fires (3)
142/1
Fires (4)
142/2
Fires (5)
142/3
Fires (6)
142/4
Fires (7)
142/5
Fires (8)
142/6
Floods; Forest Park; Fountain Gallery; Fountain Plaza
142/7
Fountains
142/8
Fred Meyer, Inc.; Fred N. Bay News Co.; Fruit & Flower Day Nursery; Gabirel Park; Galleria; Georgia-Pacific Building; Glaser Bros. Distribution Center; Goodwill Industries
142/9
Grant Bowl; Green Home; Greenfingers Project; Greyhound Van Lines; Gunderson Brothers Engineering Corp.; Halloween Celebrations
142/10
Harbor; Hare Krishna; Harney Marina Co.; Highland Games; Jike for Hungry (1971 May); Hostage Situations
142/11
Hospitals and Clinics (1)
Includes images of: Doernbecher Memorial Hospital; Emmanuel Hospital; Good Samaritan Hospital; Living Rehabilitation Center; Medical Arts Building; Multnomah County Hospital; Oregon Health & Science University (labeled as University of Oregon Medical Hospital); Providence Hospital; St. Vincent Hospital; Shriner's Hospital; Veterans Hospital.
142/12
Hospitals and Clinics (2)
142/13
Hotels
Includes images of Benson Hotel, Congress Hotel, Estate Hotel, Foster Hotel, Freeway Hotel, Hilton Hotel, Holiday Inn, Hoyt Hotel, Lenox Hotel, Lloyd Hotel, Lotus Hotel, Maraba West Hotel, Marriott Hotel, Merchants Hotel; Park Haviland Hotel, Taylor Hotel, and West Hotel.
142/14
Housing Survey (1949); Hoyt Arboretum; Hudson Sales Corp.; Hughes Building; Independence Day Celebrations; Indian Guides; Indochinese Cultural & Service Center; Iris Court Day Care Center
142/15
J. K. Gill Co. Warehouse
Map on black paper. Only item in folder for preservation reasons.
142/16
Jailbreaks; Japanese Culture Festival; Jefferson High School; Jewish Community Center; Job's Daughters; Johns Landing; Junior League; Justice Center; Juvenile Detention Home; KBPS Radio Station; Kelly Home; Kidnappings
Includes an images of the Clinton Kelly residence.
143/1
Labor Day Celebrations; Laubach Literacy, Inc.; Laurelhurst Park; Leauge of Women Voters; Lents District; Leupold & Stevens Instruments, Inc.; Libraries
143/2
Lincoln Building; Lincoln Memorial Park; Lloyd Center; Lloyd Tower; March of Dimes
143/3
Maps of Downtown District
Two images showing the locations of prominent buildings in downtown Portland.
1978
143/4
Meier & Frank; Memorial Coliseum; Memorial Day Celebrations
143/5
Methodist Conference (1976 April); Moore Lithograph & Mailings Co., Inc.; Morrison Center for Youth & Family Services; Mt. Scott Community Center; Mt. Tabor Reservoir; Multnomah County Animal Control; Multnomah County Commission; Multnomah County Court Case Closure Graph (1971); Multnomah County Courthouse; Multnomah County Fair
143/6
Multnomah Countuy Juvenile Court; Multnomah County Juvenile Home; Multnomah County Morgue; Multnomah Golf Club; Murders; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Convention (1978); Naturalization Ceremonies; Northwest Food Fair; One Main Place; Operation Clean Sweep (1975)
143/7
Orbanco Building; Oregonian Jubilee Celebration (1925); Pacific First Federal Center; Pacific International Livestock Exposition Center; Pacific Northwest Bell; Pedestrian Mall; Personal Car Center; Police Department; Police Department - Sunshine Division
143/8
Portarbour Condominiums; Portland Art Museum; Portland Building; Portland Plaza Condominiums
143/9
Portland Rose Festival
143/10
Portland Union Stockyards Co.; Poulsen Home; Powell Grove Cemetery; Project Second Wind; Pythian Building; Public Market Building; Public Service Builing Purse-Snatching Rates Graph (1971); Rape
The Public Market Building sevred as the Oregon Journal's Offices from 1948 to 1961.
143/11
Refugees; Reid Home; Ross Island Grocery Store; Russell & Blythe Building; St. Johns Day Care Center; St. Vincent de Paul's Day Care Center; Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother; South End Grocery Store; Southwest Multnomah Mutli-Use Center; State Office Building
Includes images of Vanport Flood refugees and Hungarian refugees.
143/12
Statues; Stevens Building; The Storage Place; Swan Island; Thanksgiving Celebrations
143/13
Thomas E. Mahoney Tria (1957); Tri-Met; United States District Court; Urban Renewal
143/14
US Bancorp Tower; US Bank Plaza; Views; Walk for the Third World (1971) Washington Park - Japanese Gardens; Washington Park Zoo (1)
143/15
Washington Park Zoo (2)
143/16
Waverly Country Club; Wildlife Rehabilitation Center; Willamette River; Willamette Iron & Steel Works; World Trade Center
World Trade Center is also known as Willamette Center.
Box/Folder
144/1
Washington State (1)
144/2
Washington State (2)
144/3
Washington State (3)
144/4
Washington State (4)
144/5
Washington State (5)
144/6
Washington State - Mt. St. Helens
Includes images before the 1980 eruption and images from 1981 to 1984.
144/7
Washington State - Mt. St. Helens Eruption
Includes images taken in the months following the eruption.
1980
144/8
Other US Locations
144/9
Non-US Locations - Canada, Mexico
144/10
Accidents; Adoption; Agriculture (1)
144/11
Agriculture (2)
144/12
Agriculture (3)
144/13
Agriculture (4)
144/14
Agriculture (5)
144/15
Alleys; Amish People; Antiques; Archaeology
145/1
Art (1)
145/2
Art (2)
145/3
Art (3)
145/4
Steamboat Creek Sketch
Original pencil sketch by Peter Winthrop Sheffers during trip in Umpqua River Region; reproduced in issue for August 31 1947 issue.Only image in folder for preservation purposes.
1947 July 10
145/5
Auctions
145/6
Aviation (1)
145/7
Aviation (2)
145/8
Aviation (3)
145/9
Aviation (4)
145/10
Aviation (5)
145/11
Babies; Babysitting; Balloons; Bank Robberies; Bathrooms; Bazaars; Bicycle Accidents; Bicycles
145/12
Billboards; Birthday Celebrations; Blackouts; Blacksmiths; Blind People; Block Home Program
145/13
Boats and Other Watercraft (1)
145/14
Boats and Other Watercraft (2)
145/15
Boats and Other Watercraft (3)
145/16
Boats and Other Watercraft (4)
145/17
Boats and Other Watercraft (5)
146/1
Boeing Corp.; Bonneville Power Administration; Boise-Cascade Corp.; Books; Boots; Bottles; Buddhists
146/2
Building Collapse; Building Demolition; Bus Drivers; Bus Shelters; Bus Terminals
146/3
Cabins; Calendars; Campgrounds; Cans; Cars and Other Motor Vehicles (1)
146/4
Cars and Other Motor Vehicles (2)
146/5
Cars and Other Motor Vehicles (3)
146/6
Cars and Other Motor Vehicles (4)
146/7
Cars and Other Motor Vehicles (5)
146/8
Cars and Other Motor Vehicles (6)
146/9
Cars and Other Motor Vehicles (7)
146/10
Cars and Other Motor Vehicles (8)
146/11
Carousels; Census; Child Abandonment; Child Care; Child Development
146/12
Children (1)
146/13
Children (2); China Dishes
146/14
Christmas Celebrations; Christmas Decorations; Christmas Lights; Christmas Pageants
146/15
Christmas Shopping; Christmas Trees
147/1
Church Attendance Graph (1978); Cigarettes
147/2
Clocks; Clouds; Coins
147/3
Collectors and Collections; Communes; Computers
147/4
Condominiums; Construction; Cornerstones; Cosmetics; Cotillion Balls; Covered Bridges
147/5
Cowboys; Crane Accidents; Cranes; Credit Cards; Daylight; Daylight Savings Time; Deaf People
147/6
Delivery Services; Demonstrations; Disaster Drills; Dog Shows
147/7
Drownings; Earth Movers; Earthquakes; Earrings; Easter Eggs; Eclipses
147/8
Education (1)
147/9
Education (2)
147/10
Elevators; Emergency Services; Employment; Energy
147/11
Families; Fashion (1)
147/12
Fashion (2); Fences; Fire Escapes
147/13
Fires and Firefighting (1)
147/14
Fires and Firefighting (2); Fireworks; Fish Ladders
147/15
Fishing (1)
147/16
Fishing (2)
148/1
Fishing (3)
148/2
Fishing (4)
148/3
Flags; Flea Markets
148/4
Flora and Fauna (1)
148/5
Flora and Fauna (2)
148/6
Flora and Fauna (3)
148/7
Flora and Fauna (4)
148/8
Flora and Fauna (5)
148/9
Flora and Fauna (6)
148/10
Flora and Fauna (7)
148/11
Flora and Fauna (8)
148/12
Flora and Fauna (9)
148/13
Food and Beverage (1)
148/14
Food and Beverage (2); Food Stamps
148/15
Forestry (1)
148/16
Forestry (2)
148/17
Fundraising; Funerals; Gadgets; Gambling Raids
149/1
Garage Sales; Garbage; Gems; Gold Mining
149/2
Grandparents; Gravel Pits; Greenpeace Foundation; Guns; Hair; Hairstyles; Hazardous Materials
149/3
Health and Medicine (1)
149/4
Health and Medicine (2)
149/5
Highway Construction; Highway Repairs; Highway Signs; Hitchhiking; Hoboes
149/6
Home Building; Home Improvement and Remodeling; Home Shows and Tours; Hot Tubs
Includes some photographs of home construction that had originally been filed under "Housing."
149/7
House Moving; Houses and Housing; Houseboats; Income Tax
149/8
Indians of North America (1)
149/9
Indians of North America (2)
149/10
Insulation; Iran Hostage Crisis (1980-1981); Jewish Holidays; Job Training; King Tutankhamen Exhibit (1978); Liberty Bell; Litter
149/11
Magazines; Mail; Marijuana; Maypoles; Mentally Disabled People; Meter Maids
149/12
Military (1)
149/13
Military (2)
149/14
Minor Emancipation; Mobile Homes; Models; Mountain Climbing Rescues; Music (1)
Models refers to fashion models. For toy and miniature models, see: Oversize A - Toys, Models and Other Merrymaking Devices.
149/15
Music (2)
Includes images of Chamber Music Northwest, the Forest Grove Gleemen, the Mt. Hood Jazz Festival, and the Portland Junior Symphony.
150/1
Performing Arts (1)
150/2
Performing Arts (2)
150/3
Performing Arts (3); Pesticides; Pharmaceutical Drug Price Chart (1972); Physically Disabled People (1)
150/4
Physically Disabled People (2)
150/5
Politics
Includes images of the Oregon State Legislature and a photograph of the 1978 Atiyeh-Straub debate.
150/6
Railroads; Religious Groups and Organizations; Roma People; Sacco and Vanzetti Trial
The photograph of Roma people had been originally filed under "Gyspsy."
150/7
Sports and Recreation (1)
150/8
Sports and Recreation (2)
150/9
Sports and Recreation (3)
150/10
Sports and Recreation (4)
150/11
Sports and Recreation (5)
151/1
Sports and Recreation - Bicycling (1)
151/2
Sports and Recreation - Bicycling (2)
151/3
Sports and Recreation - Bicycling (3)
151/4
Toys, Models and Other Merrymaking Devices (1)
151/5
Toys, Models and Other Merrymaking Devices (2); Trailers
151/6
Weather and Seasons (1)
151/7
Weather and Seasons (2)
151/8
Weather and Seasons (3)
151/9
Weather and Seasons (4)
151/10
Weather and Seasons (5); Weddings; Wireless Radios

Series J :   Oversize B ,  1880-1982 Return to Top

Oversize images up to 19 by 25 inches.

Many of the images are in multiple pieces adhered together and/or have labels taped to the image surface. Handle with care.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
152/1
People (1)
152/2
People (2)
152/3
People - Kennedy, Robert F.
1968
152/4
People - Groups
Subseries 1 : Oregon
Box/Folder
152/5
Alkali Lake; Ashland; Bagby Hot Springs; Beaverton; Bombings; Bridges (1)
152/6
Bridges (2)
152/7
Brookings; Bull Run Watershed; Camp Ky-O-Wa; Camp Menucha; Champoeg; Clackamas County; Clackamas County Fair
Includes a 1948 drawing of a proposed Champeog Memorial Museum.
152/8
Columbia River and Gorge; Corvallis - Hewlett-Packard Co.; Dams
Includes a photograph of the site for the proposed Umatilla Dam.
152/9
Bonneville Dam Site
1933
152/10
Bonneville Dam and Aerial Tram Transparency
Undated ink drawing on transparent sheet showing proposed aerial tram with Bonneville Dam in the background. Kept separate for preservation purposes.
152/11
Deschutes Eiver Irrigation Project Map
1938 January
152/12
Deschutes River; Eastern Oregon; Ecola State Park; Eugene; Explosions; Fires; Florence; Forest Fires
152/13
Fort Stevens; Gardiner; Garibaldi; Government Camp; Gresham; Highways
152/14
Hillsboro; Mt. Hood; Mt. Hood National Forest; Hood River; Hood River Meadows; Hood River Valley; Huntington
152/15
Jubitz Truck Stop; Kah-Nee-Tah; Klamath Falls; Lake Oswego; Lost Forest Dune Park
153/1
Map of Arlington Relocation; Map of Oregon Coast Exploration
Contains image of planned relocation of the town of Arlington to make way for the John Day Dam, and an atlas showing where on the Oregon Coast various European explorers made landfall.
1960; 1926
153/2
Map of Our Lady of Guadalupe Monsatery
Kept separate for preservation reasons.
153/3
Milwaukie General Hospital
Three drawings of floor plans.
1967
153/4
Multnomah Falls; Nestucca Sand Spit State Park; Oregon City - Ainsworth Home; Salem; Steamboat Camp; Sun River; Three Sisters; Umpqua River; Wallowa Mountains; Wilsonville - Dammasch State Hospital
153/5
Vanport Flood and Aftermath (1)
153/6
Vanport Flood and Aftermath (2)
Subseries 2 : Portland
Box/Folder
153/7
Addressograph-Multigraph Co.; Albertina Kerr Nursery; American Legion Convention (1970); American Plaza Apartments; B. P. John Furnitrue Co.;
153/8
Banks; Battleship Oregon Memorial Park; Bombings
153/9
Boat Moorings Map
Full-page map published in the Portland Reporter.
1962 February 17
153/10
Bridges
153/11
Bridges - Proprosed Morrison St. Bridge Approaches
1954
153/12
Burke Concrete Accessories and Seaport Appliance; Capitol Center; Cascade Building; Cathedral Park; Catholic Sentinel Building; Central Plaza South; Chinatown Disrict; Christmas Celebrations; Churches and Other Houses of Worship
153/13
City Dump; Civil Defense Evacuation Traffic Plan; Columbia Junior Hunt Club; Community Chest; Community Music Center; Condolea Condominiums; Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) Convention (1948); Cudahy Co.
153/14
Demonstrations; Disatster Drills; Earth Day Celebrations; Easter Celebrations; Eastside Esplanade; Electro Metalalloys; Excused Pupil Rate Chart (1971); Fair Northwest
153/15
Fairytale Parade; Fires; Floods; Fountains
153/16
Flood Levee Reapairs Map
1954
154/1
"Front Street in 1906;" "Front Street Buildings"
154/2
Galleria; General Motors Acceptance; George Sack Trial (1954); Girl Scouts; Glendoveer Golf Course; Graphic Arts Center; Highland Games
154/3
Highways and Freeways
154/4
Hillsdale Center; Hospitals and Clinics; Hydrogen Bomb Flooding Simulation; Irvington Tennis Club; Jantzen Beach Center; Japanese-American Conference (1960 September); Japanese Trade Fair (1954); Jenkins Home
Includes a photograph showing the estimated water level in Portland that would result if a hydrogen bomb destroyed the Grand Coulee Dam, and an image of the residence of Barbara Jenkins.
154/5
Junior Chamber of Commerce Convention (1967 June); Junior League; Kay Manufacturing Co.; Knapp Home; Libraries; Linnton Plywood Co.; Linnton Shopping Center; March of Dimes
Includes a photograph of Richard B. Knapp's residence.
154/6
Memorial Coliseum; Memorial Day Celebrations; Meriwether Country Club; Model Cities; Multnomah Civic Stadium; Multnomah County Commission; Multnomah County Courthouse; Multnomah County Department of Medical Services; Nationwide Insurance Co.; Navy Day (1946 October 25)
154/7
Oregonian Building
circa 1955
154/8
Park Blocks; Police Department - Sunshine Division; Port of Portland Map; Portland Meadows; Portland Rose Festival
154/9
Portland High School
154/10
Public Market Building; Public Service Building; Rapid Car Wash, Inc.; Reser's Fine Foods; Sheraton Motor Inn; Sixth Avenue Hotel; Standard Plaza; State Finance Co.; Swan Island; Swan Island Airport; Texas Oil Co.
154/11
Tri-Met
Contains bus route maps and conceptual art for a bus terminal.
154/12
United States Courthouse; Urban Renewal; Vaughn Street Park; Washington Park; Washington Park - Japanese Garden; Washington Park Zoo
Box/Folder
154/13
Washington State; Other US Locations - California; Abortion; "America" Photoseries
Includes 1 oversize image from the February 1971 "America" photo series.
155/1
Agriculture; Apprenticeships; Architectural Drawing of a Library (1981)
Includes a conceptual drawing for a planned library in an unnamed location.
155/2
Archaeology - Marmes Skeleton Skull
Drawing of the skull parts found by Washington State University professor Roal Fryxwell at Marmes Rock Shelter, Washington.
1968
155/3
Art; Asian-American People; Auctions; Aviation
155/4
Babies; Bank Robberies; Boats and Other Watercraft; Boy Scouts
155/5
Cars and Other Motor Vehicles; Children
Includes photographs of automobile wrecking yards and a diagram on how to turn potatoes into car fuel.
155/6
Christmas Decorations; Christmas Lights; Clouds; Collectors and Collections; Computers; Construction; Cranes; Dating; Deaf People; Dog Shows; Eclipses; Emotionally Disturbed Children; Evolutionary Chart
155/7
Fashion; Fires and Firefighting; Fireworks; Fishing
155/8
Flags; Flora and Fauna
155/9
Food and Beverage; Forestry; Freighting Outfit Diagram
Includes a diagram of John Noble's horse-drawn freighting outfit.
155/10
Garbage; Glass Floats; Hairstyles; Health and Medicine - Alcoholism, Blood Donors; Highway Construction; Hispanic-American People; Houses and Housing; Houseboats
156/1
Income Tax; Indian Thanksgiving Celebrations; Janitors; Junkyards; Landscaping; Liberty Bell; Mail; Mailboxes; Mentally Disabled People
156/2
Military
156/3
Military - World War II - Possible Routes of Invasion of the United States
Published in August 11, 1940 issue with headline, "Invasion: Threat or Bugaboo?"
1940 August
156/4
Mobile Homes; Mothers; Music; Performing Arts; Politics
156/5
"Pillars in the Sky" Production Shots
7 sheets of images taken during the production of the film "Pillars in the Sky."
1955 August
156/6
Political Cartoons
Contains Puck cartoons "The Hero of a Thousand Feeds," "Sanctus Roscoe-rus," "The New 'Rip' or 'Twenty-Five Years Asleep,'" "Let Us Have Peace, Now a President's Elected," and "A Pinaforic Suggestion"
1880
156/7
Railroads; Sports and Recreation
156/8
Toys, Models and Other Merrymaking Devices; Water Conservation District Maps; Weather and Seasons

Series K :   Oversize ,  1926-1976 Return to Top

Images larger than 19 by 25 inches.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
Folder 1
Fremont Bridge
1973 November
Folder 2
Conceptual Drawins of Coos Bay, Cowlitz River, and Suislaw River Bridges
Folder 3
Conceptual Drawings of; Portland Bazaar, Beebe Co. Shop; Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. Distribution Center; Forest Hills County Club Addition; Fred Meyer Gateway Shopping Center Expansion Plan; Harbor Patrol Boat; Portland Labor Center; Lovejoy Medical Center
Folder 4
Conceptual Drawing of Marquam Bridge
Also includes letter by Douglas Lynch of the Art Commission to Terry Schrunk concerning the bridge's design.
Folder 5
Conceptual Drawings of Proposals for New Sellwood Bridge
Contains drawings of three alternate bridge plans
1965
Folder 6
Conceptual Drawings of Proposed Floating Bridge in Puget Sound, east end of Broadway Bridge, and Proposed Traffic Interchange between Harbor Drive and Steel Bridge
Due to the size of one of the the images, these images are housed in two overlapping folders.
Folder 7
Conceptual Map of Bull Run Watershed
Folder 8
Composite Photograph of Oregon Legislature
1973
Folder 9
Lithia Park Memorial Rose Garden Map
1958
Folder 10
Map of George L. Baker's Subdivision at Seaside
1926 August
Folder 11
Portrait of Unidentified Woman
circa 1950
Folder 12
Tillamook Bay Jetty Project
circa 1930
Folder 13
Vanport Post-Flood Panorama
Due to the size of the image, it is housed in two overlapping folders.
1948 July
Folder 14
Western Kraft Paper Co. Chip Pile
1956

Series L :   Written Materials ,  1890-1972 Return to Top

Written materials and ephemera that were found in the collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
157/1
4-H Club Member Poster
157/2
10th Avenue Building Brochure
157/3
Ben Franklin Lock and Dam Brochure
1968
157/4
Bonneville Power Administration Charts
1956
157/5
Canton, China Essay
circa 1930
157/6
Clackamas County Bicentennial Historical Map
1976
157/7
"The Coin Banks of the World" Article
157/8
"Crime Prevention" Issue
1949
157/9
Democratic National Convention Flyer
1908
157/10
"Driving in the Golden Spike"
Contains booklet, and a letter from Northern Pacific Railway Advertising Department. See Subjects - Railroads - Construction and Last Spike Ceremonies for images referred to in letter.
157/11
First Congregational Church Centennial Brochue
1951
157/12
Forestry and Lumber History Essay
157/13
Frances Benjamin Johnston Article
1930
157/14
Freight Car Construction Press Release
See Subjects - Railroads - Freight Car Construction for images referred to in press release.
1950
157/15
Goat Rocks Wild Area Brochure
1964
157/16
Government Fish Study Article
1929
157/17
Instructions and Warnings to Mt. St. Helens Climbers
1955
157/18
Jacksonville Museum Brochure
1959
157/19
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Steinman Christmas Card
Includes a color drawing of the St. Johns Bridge.
1941
157/20
Oregonian Correspondence
Primarily requests to other newspapers for photographs of columnists.
1969-1972
158/1
Pictorial News Annual Special Features
See also: Subjects - "Disasters, 1900-1950;" Subjects - "Great Moments in History, 1900-1950."
1950
158/2
Pioneer Memorial Unveiling Brochure
1959
158/3
Press Release for Irving Penn's "Flowers"
See Subjects - Flora and Fauna - Flowers for associated photographs.
1980
158/3
Script for Oregonian 75th Anniversary Program
1925 December
158/4
Solar Eclipse Brochure
158/5
"Ten Outstanding Young Men" Press Kit
1967
158/6
Text of Otto Kahn's Address "Mussolini and Italy"
158/7
Tsar Alexander I Article
1930
158/8
"West Shore" Illustrated Journa;
1890
158/9
Clippings (1)
Clippings folders contain newspaper articles from the 1920s and 1930s that either did not include images in the collection or were full-page stories. Clippings are wrapped in a piece of archival paper, on which the clippings' content matter is briefly noted; they are otherwise unordered.
158/10
Clippings (2)
158/11
Clippings (3)
159/1
Clippings (4)
159/2
Clippings (5)
159/3
Clippings (6)
159/4
Clippings (7)
159/5
Clippings (8)
159/6
Clippings (9)
159/7
Clippings (10)
159/8
Clippings (11)
156/9
Recap of Oregonian Housing Survey
Printed on blueprint paper.
1951

Series M:  Negatives, 1928-1957Return to Top

Container(s): Box-folder Box 160

Access to this series is restricted.

Contains 45 images on 30 pieces of negative film. Matching prints or reference printouts filed in the collection.

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Agriculture - Photographs
  • Animals - Photographs
  • Art - Photographs
  • Aviation - Photographs
  • Boats and boating - Photographs
  • Business enterprises - Oregon - Portland - Photographs
  • Health - Photographs
  • Military - Photographs
  • Newspapers - Oregon - Portland - Photographs
  • Plants - Photographs
  • Recreation - Photographs
  • Sports - Photographs
  • Personal Names :
  • Barker, Burt Brown, 1873-1969 - Photographs
  • Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933 - Photographs
  • Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912 - Photographs
  • Holbrook, Stewart H., 1893-1964 - Photographs
  • Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964 - Photographs
  • Hughes, Charles Evans, 1862-1948 - Photographs
  • Jenkins, Leon Victor, 1879-1950 - Photographs
  • Lampman, Ben Hur, 1886-1954 - Photographs
  • Lee, Dorothy McCullough, 1901-1981 - Photographs
  • Marie, Queen, consort of Ferdinand I, King of Romania, 1875-1938 - Photographs
  • Patterson, Paul L. (Paul Linton), 1900-1956 - Photographs
  • Snell, Earl, 1895-1947 - Photographs
  • Corporate Names :
  • Oregonian (Firm) - Photographs
  • Geographical Names :
  • Oregon - Photographs
  • Portland (Or.) - Newspapers - Photographs
  • Portland (Or.) - Photographs
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Black-and-white photographs
  • Photographic prints
  • Photographs
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Corvallis, Peter G. (photographer)
    • Guderian, Wes (photographer)
    • Lloyd, Michael (photographer)
    • Sterrett, Frank, 1895-1974 (photographer)
    • Vermilya, Carl C. (photographer)
    • Vincent, Jim (photographer)
    • von Wald, Chuck (photographer)
    • Corporate Names :
    • Associated Press - Photographers (photographers)
    • United Press International - Photographers (photographers)