Stella Maris House collection, 1940-1973  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Stella Maris House (Portland, Or.)
Title
Stella Maris House collection
Dates
1940-1973 (inclusive)
1960-1972 (bulk)
Quantity
10.98 cubic feet, (31 document cases)
Collection Number
Mss 1585
Summary
Ranging in date from 1940 to 1973, the Stella Maris House collection consists of printed material, correspondence, and administrative, financial, and legal records created and collected by the Portland, Oregon-based social justice group during the course of their work. The collection demonstrates the local evolution of issues key to the history of the United States during the 1960s. Over a third of the archive's content is dedicated to Oregon's migrant labor rights movement, and it also features records documenting the area's civil rights movement, urban renewal projects, interstate highway infrastructure, and social welfare programs initiated by the Economic Opportunity Act.
Repository
Oregon Historical Society, Davies Family Research Library
Davies Family Research Library
Oregon Historical Society
1200 SW Park Avenue
Portland, OR
97205
Telephone: 503-306-5240
Fax: 503-219-2040
libreference@ohs.org
Access Restrictions

The collection is open to the public.

Languages
English, Spanish
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Stella Maris House, a lay Roman Catholic social justice group based in Portland, Oregon, was founded in 1951. Funded by charitable donations, the group maintained a small staff that included director Mary C. Rowland, Irene Chavin, and Jim Guinan. The group sought to enact change through close community involvement; consequently, it established headquarters inside neighborhoods it wished to serve. The group's Portland headquarters were located at 208 NE Weidler until the mid-1960s, when they moved to 3106 NE 11th.

The storefront facility soon branched out from the work of the Catholic Interracial Apostolate to include many educational and social causes such as education and childcare, urban renewal, and housing and employment equality. In cooperation with the Valley Migrant League, the Stella Maris House became particularly involved with improving the living conditions of migrant workers during the 1960s. The group worked with numerous additional organizations, including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Albina Citizen's War on Poverty Committee (ACWOPC), the Metropolitan Interfaith Commission on Race (MICOR), the Albina Neighborhood Council, the U.S. Office for Economic Opportunity (OEO), the National Urban League, and dozens of small, locally-based groups.

The Stella Maris House closed in the early 1970s.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Ranging in date from 1940 to 1973, the Stella Maris House Collection consists of printed material, correspondence, and administrative, financial, and legal records created and collected by the Portland, Oregon-based social justice group during the course of their work. The collection demonstrates the local evolution of social issues key to the history of the United States during the 1960s. Over a third of the archive's content is dedicated to Oregon's migrant labor rights movement, and it also features records documenting the area's civil rights movement, urban renewal projects, interstate highway infrastructure, and social welfare programs initiated by the Economic Opportunity Act.

The bulk of the collection consists of printed material created by a number of local and national organizations between 1960 and 1972, then collected by the Stella Maris House. This portion of the archive includes programs, reports, studies, surveys, correspondence, brochures, and flyers generated by civil rights, migrant rights, and peace movement groups. Items of note include the Albina Neighborhood Improvement Project's plans for urban redevelopment (Series B), an African-American employment survey conducted by the Metropolitan Interfaith Commission on Race (Series E), and records documenting the Housing Authority of Portland (Series I). The collection also features printed material created by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (Series E), the Valley Migrant League (Series J), and the United Farm Workers (Series J). Newspaper clippings that document events important to social justice movements constitute a substantial part of the collection.

A small but significant portion of the collection was created by the staff members of the Stella Maris House; it includes notes by the staff documenting the meetings of local groups. These meeting notes often provide remarkably candid insights into the workings of area groups. Additionally, Stella Maris House staff members also contributed group and program histories to the collection.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

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

Preferred Citation

Stella Maris House collection, Mss 1585, Oregon Historical Society Research Library

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series A:  ADC Association, 1961-1970Return to Top

Records are arranged alphabetically by subject.

This series features records pertaining to the ADC Association, an Oregon-based welfare rights group. The series includes program and conference notes from a poverty planning conference, copies of state bills, reports, meeting agendas, newspaper clippings, position statements, newsletters, meeting minutes, and memorandums.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Correspondence and speeches
1967-1969
1/2
History and bylaws
1966-1968
1/3
Legislative work
1966-1969
1/4-5
Meetings
1966-1970
1/6
Publicity and newsletters
1961-1968
1/7
State Public Welfare Commission
1966-1968

Series B:  Albina, 1948-1973Return to Top

Records are arranged alphabetically by subject or record type.

The Albina series contains clippings, leaflets, pamphlets, newsletters, charters, budgets, proposals, programs, correspondence, reports, histories, meeting minutes, resolutions, surveys, studies, and memoranda relating to Portland's Albina neighborhood. The print output of Albina-based civic, religious, and civil rights groups forms the bulk of the series. Notably, the series includes records material from the Albina Neighborhood Improvement Project, an early urban renewal program based in the Albina area.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3/9
Assorted newspaper clippings
1956-1969
3/10-13
Child care services
1958-1970
3/13
Housing discrimination cases
1960-1962
1/8
Organizations -- Albina Art Center
1965-1970
1/9
Organizations -- Albina Booster Club
1965-1967
1/10
Organizations -- Albina Child Development Center
1966
1/11
Organizations -- Albina Corporation
1969-1971
1/12
Organizations -- Albina Ministerial Alliance
1971-1973
Box/Folder
1/13-14 2/1-2
Organizations -- Albina Neighborhood Council
1948-1970
2/3-5
Organizations -- Albina Neighborhood Improvement Project
1960-1970
2/6
Organizations -- Associated Voters Institute (Albina Voter's Clinic)
1966
2/7
Organizations -- Citizens Improvement Association
1966-1968
2/8
Organizations -- Citizen's League for Equal Opportunity
1963-1964
2/9
Organizations -- Housing Registry of the Council of Churches
1967, undated
3/1-2
Organizations -- Irvington Community Association
1964-1970
3/3
Organizations -- Opportunity Industrial Centers, (O.I.C.)
1966-1967
3/4
Organizations -- Oregon TB and Health Association
1958
3/5
Organizations -- Parents and Friends Committee
1964-1965
3/6
Organizations -- Park Bureau, Knott Street Center
1960-1967
3/7
Organizations -- Volunteers of America
1964-1965
3/8
Organizations -- YWCA-Albina Community Relations Committee
1967
4/1
Organizations -- Youth activities
1967-1969

Series C:  Church Community Action Program (C-CAP), 1965-1970Return to Top

Items are arranged alphabetically by subject, record type, or organization name.

This small series features records material related to Portland's Church Community Action Program (C-CAP), a nondenominational religious group that worked for racial equality in education, housing, recreation, and employment opportunity. The series includes invitations, newspaper clippings, reports, histories, leaflets, meeting minutes, meeting agendas, memos, correspondence, newsletters, and pamphlets.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
4/2
Activities and projects
1965-1968
4/3
Albina Poor People's meetings
1968-1969
4/4
Board minutes
1965-1968
4/5
East-CAP
1965-1970
4/6
Highland Community Center
1969
4/7
Hub-CAP
1966-1970
4/8
Newsletters
1965-1970
4/9
Operation Contact
1966-1968

Series D:  Civic Groups, 1958-1970Return to Top

Arrangement is alphabetical by organization name.

Correspondence, leaflets, pamphlets, meeting minutes, reports, memos, programs, newsletters, invitations, histories, resolutions, constitutions, and newspaper clippings created by Oregon-based civic groups and the Stella Maris House are included in this series.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
4/10
Central Volunteer Bureau
1958
4/11
Community Council
1956-1962
4/12
Governor's State Committee on Children and Youth
1960-1967
4/13
Jewish Community Center
1958-1959
4/14
Keep Christ in Christmas Committee
1950-1966
4/15
Metro Youth Commission
1960-1966
5/1
Oregon Consumers' League
1966-1970
5/2
Oregon Council to Abolish the Death Penalty
1962-1964
5/3
Portland Peace Council
1962-1965
5/4
Society for New Action Politics (SNAP)
1967
5/5
Women's Prison Council
1962-1966

Series E:  Civil Rights Groups, 1940-1970Return to Top

The series is arranged alphabetically by group name.

Featuring the records of both local and national civil rights groups, this series includes newsletters, memos, correspondence, pamphlets, leaflets, programs, bulletins, invitations, newspaper clippings, flyers, essays, reports, meeting minutes, receipts, tax returns, histories, studies, articles of incorporation, and survey forms and results. Items of note include an African-American employment survey conducted by MICOR and printed material from the NAACP, CORE, and the Urban League.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/6
American Council on Race Relations
1947-1950
5/7
American Friends Service Committee
1953-1970
5/8
Black power, Portland Muslims
1961-1969
5/9
Catholic Committee of the South
1954-1956
5/10
Civil Rights Committee
1950
5/11
Civil Rights Congress
1950
Box/Folder
5/12-13 6/1-2
Committee for Interracial Principles and Practices (CIPP)
1945-1963
6/3
Committee on Civil Rights of Manhattan
1958-1967
6/4
Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)
1962-1965
6/5
Coordinating Committee for Minority Housing
6/6
Forum on Intergroup Relations
1954-1960
6/7
Friends of SNCC (Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee)
1963-1965
6/8
League of Women Voters
1947-1965
Box/Folder
6/9-10 7/1-13
MICOR (Metropolitan Interfaith Commission on Race)
Correspondence, bylaws, meeting minutes, employment survey, financial records, legal records, and publicity.
1948-1968
8/1-8
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
Education, NAACP labor committee, local and national chapters, political action, the TV spectacular, and voter registration.
1951-1969
8/9
National Conference of Christians and Jews
1951-1960
9/1
Oregon Committee for Equal Rights
1953-1954
9/2
Poor People's Campaign and Freedom March
1963-1968
9/3
Portland City Club
1945-1957
9/4
Portland Women's Committee for Civil Rights
1964
9/5-9
Urban League of Portland
1940-1970

Series F:  Education, 1946-1969Return to Top

Records are listed alphabetically by subject.

This small series includes pamphlets, memos, correspondence, newspaper clippings, newsletters, leaflets, reports, articles, booklets, newsletters, meeting minutes, and studies related to national and local school integration.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
10/5-7
Discrimination and segregation
1946-1969
10/8
Negro
1959-1969
10/1
Organizations -- Committee for Improved Education
1967
10/2
Organizations -- Committee on Race and Education
1962-1964
10/3
Organizations -- Model School Program
1963-1965
10/4
Organizations -- Portland Citizen's Committee on Racial Imbalance in the Public Schools
1962-1965
10/9
Organizations -- School dropouts
1961

Series G:  Employment, 1949-1968Return to Top

The small employment series includes newspaper clippings, pamphlets, leaflets, booklets, reports, and meeting minutes that primarily address employment equality. Records materials are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
11/1
Apprenticeships
1952-1967
11/2
Equal employment opportunities
1954-1968
11/3
Fair employment practices
1949-1955
11/4
Labor discrimination in Oregon
1955-1956

Series H:  Freeway relocation, 1958-1966Return to Top

The freeway relocation series includes typewritten notes, maps, reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes, survey forms and reports, photographs, scrapbook, and brochures from the period of freeway expansion in Portland. Researchers should note the scrapbook images illustrating changes to the neighborhood of the Stella Maris House during freeway construction.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
11/5-6
Assorted materials
1958-1966
31/1-2
Scrapbook
1961-1967

Series I:  Housing, 1947-1969Return to Top

Records are listed alphabetically by subject.

Spanning the years 1947 to 1969, the housing series includes a wide variety of printed materials related to housing in Portland; the series features correspondence, memos, newspaper clippings, state laws, petitions, reports, brochures, leaflets, newsletters, fact sheets, programs, meeting minutes, survey forms and results, circulars, typewritten and handwritten notes, studies, annual reports, periodicals, interview transcripts, lists, pamphlets, and press releases. The bulk of the material in the series concerns efforts to provide housing for low-income families, regenerate the inner city, and combat housing discrimination, primarily focusing on Portland's Albina and Irvington neighborhoods. Significant portions of the series include seven folders containing information about the Model Cities program in Portland (part of President Lyndon Baines Johnson's Great Society initiative) and six folders pertaining to the Housing Authority of Portland. The Housing Authority folders contain materials documenting the Vanport Flood, a historically critical event which necessitated the relocation of a large portion of Portland's African-American community.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
14/1
Legislation
1957-1961
14/2
Low cost projects
1967
14/3
Surveys
1954-1960
11/7
Organizations -- Action, Inc.
1955-1965
11/8
Organizations -- Central Albina study
1962
11/9
Organizations -- Federal Housing Authority
1961-1967
11/10
Organizations -- Greater Portland Fair Housing Council
1965-1968
11/11
Organizations -- Homeless Men Committee
1954-1964
12/1-6
Organizations -- Housing Authority of Portland
1947-1969
13/1
Organizations -- Housing Authority of Portland and Council of Churches-Joint Committee
1963-1967
13/2
Organizations -- Interfaith Housing Committee
1967-1969
13/3-9
Organizations -- Model cities
1966-1970
13/10
Organizations -- Open housing covenant
1961
14/4
Organizations -- Urban renewal, Portland
1955-1967

Series J:  Migrants, 1951-1970Return to Top

Records are listed alphabetically by subject.

Demonstrating the group's involvement with the issue of migrant labor rights, the eleven document cases of the migrant labor series form the largest portion of the Stella Maris House Collection. The series contains material both collected and created by the group, including essays, brochures, programs, typewritten notes, reports, lists, memos, correspondence, booklets, a thesis, newspaper clippings, speeches, pamphlets, fact sheets, articles, newsletters, speeches, financial statements, flyers, invitations, proposals, program applications, histories, press releases, financial records, maps, program applications, organization bylaws, and leaflets.

Notable portions of the series include a bibliography folder providing detailed listing of migrant labor rights texts and a folder of printed material from Cesar Chavez's group, the United Farm Workers.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
23/3
Bibliography
23/4
Childcare
1951-1968
23/5-6
Children
1958-1970
23/7-8
Clippings and articles
1957-1969
24/1
Community development
1960-1964
24/2
Correspondence
1958-1968
24/3
Employment
1958-1965
24/4
Farm labor contracts
1959-1965
14/5-7
Government materials -- Federal, legislative, and bureau reports
1957-1967
15/1
Government materials -- Governor's Task Force Report on Seasonal Agricultural Labor in Oregon
1969
15/2
Government materials -- Legislative Interim Committee on Migratory Labor Report--"Migratory Labor in Oregon"
1958
15/3-5
Government materials --Oregon Bureau of Labor reports
1957-1959
24/5
Government materials --The Green Ghetto
1971
24/6-7
Government materials --Health
1963-1966
25/1
Government materials --Housing
1959-1969
15/6
Organizations -- Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee (AWOC)
1957
15/7
Organizations -- American Friends service committee
1966
15/8
Organizations -- Bishops' Committee for Migrant Workers
1960-1964
15/9-11
Organizations -- Bishops' Committee for the Spanish Speaking
1957-1969
16/1-2
Organizations -- Citizens for Farm Labor
1963-1966
16/3
Organizations -- Conference on Families who Follow the Crops
1964
16/4
Organizations -- E. Multnomah, N. Clackamas Council
1962-1971
16/5
Organizations -- E. Multnomah, N. Clackamas Council Daycare Center
1964-1965
16/6
Organizations -- Farm Labor Symposium
May 1964
16/7
Organizations -- Worker Press Inc.
undated
16/8
Organizations -- Informational Exchange, Meeting for Agencies Working with Farm Labor
1964
16/9
Organizations -- Interagency Committee
1961-1966
17/1
Organizations -- Joint United States-Mexico Trade Union Committee
1957
17/2
Organizations -- Mexican-American Congress
1968
17/3-6
Organizations -- Migrant Ministry
1954-1971
17/7
Organizations -- Misc. groups
1960-1968
17/8-9
Organizations -- National Advisory Committee on Farm Labor
1959-1967
17/10
Organizations -- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
1965; undated
17/11
Organizations -- National Catholic Rural Life Conference
1966
18/1
Organizations -- National Committee on the Education of Migrant Children
1965-1970
18/2
Organizations -- National Conference to Stabilize Migrant Labor
1959
18/3
Organizations -- National Council of Agricultural Life and Labor
1962-1966
18/4
Organizations -- National Council of Catholic Women
1965-1966
18/5
Organizations -- National Farm Workers Association
1966
18/6
Organizations -- National Sharecroppers Fund
1957-1971
18/7
Organizations -- Oregon Committee on Migrant Affairs
1958-1959
18/8
Organizations -- Oregon Conference on Farm Labor
1964
18/9
Organizations -- Oregon Conference on Migrant Labor
1960
18/10
Organizations -- San Diegans for La Huelga
1969-1970
18/11
Organizations -- SWIMA
1966-1968
18/12
Organizations -- Unions, misc.
1965-1966
18/13
Organizations -- United Farm Workers organizing committee
1966-1970
19/1-8
Organizations -- Valley Migrant League
Includes articles, background information, board reports, correspondence, memos, and daycare program
1964-1970
20/1-11
Organizations -- Valley Migrant League
Includes directors and board members, financial reports, housing survey, maps, and minutes
1965-1970, undated
21/1-8
Organizations -- Valley Migrant League
Includes misc. reports, new programs committee, nominating committee, OEO correspondence, and OEO proposals
1964-1970, undated
22/1-9
Organizations -- Valley Migrant League
Includes OEO proposals operations manuals, personnel, Study Day Committee, survey, task force, and VIVA
1965-1971
23/1
Organizations -- VOCAL
1964-1967
23/2
Organizations -- Western Migrant Project Conference
1967
25/2
Resources and services available
1959-1969
25/3
Social security information
1957-1965
25/4
Summer projects
1960-1966

Series K:  Poverty, 1964-1970Return to Top

Records in the series are arranged alphabetically by subject and organization name.

The poverty series consists of brochures, leaflets, memos, bylaws, correspondence, meeting minutes, resolutions, reports, flyers, histories, programs, directories, lists, papers, articles of incorporation, newspaper clippings, typewritten notes, annual reports, grant applications, and program proposals created by various human welfare organizations and the Stella Maris House. The bulk of materials were created by local groups funded by the national Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO). Local OEO groups include the Albina Citizens' War on Poverty Committee (ACWOPC) and Neighborhood Service Center (NSC).

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
25/5
Church action
1964-1965
25/6
Council of Organizations for Social Progress (COSP)
1967
25/7
Five-way Poverty Committee
1965-1966
25/8
Human Rights Council
1968
Box/Folder
28/11-12 29/1
OEO (Office for Economic Opportunity) -- Childcare -- Parent-child services and welfare
1959-1968
29/2
OEO (Office for Economic Opportunity) -- Congressional battle
1966-1967
29/3-4
OEO (Office for Economic Opportunity) -- Early childhood education
1965-1968
29/5
OEO (Office for Economic Opportunity) -- Extension programs
1965
29/6
OEO (Office for Economic Opportunity) -- Family counseling services
1965-1967
29/7
OEO (Office for Economic Opportunity) -- Foster grandparents
1965-1967
29/8
OEO (Office for Economic Opportunity) -- Legal aid
1966-1967
29/9
OEO (Office for Economic Opportunity) -- Neighborhood staffing
1966
29/10
OEO (Office for Economic Opportunity) -- Multnomah County programs
undated
25/9-12
Organizations -- Albina Citizens' War on Poverty Committee (ACWOPC)
Includes background history, clippings, board orientation workshops, and board reports.
1964-1968
26/1-13
Organizations -- Albina Citizens' War on Poverty Committee (ACWOPC)
Includes citizen meetings and annual reports, committee reports, correspondence, evaluation by University of Portland, executive board, handbook of services, minutes, Model Schools, and staffing component
1965-1968
27/1
Organizations -- Albina library branch
1966
27/2
Organizations -- GOSH
undated
27/3
Organizations -- Greater Albina Housing Improvement Program
1965
27/4
Organizations -- Highland adult education program
1967
27/5
Organizations -- JACS-WICS
1967
27/6
Organizations -- Jewish Community Center
1964-1966
27/7
Organizations -- Kaiser Health
1967
27/8
Organizations -- Linton Community Center
1965
27/9
Organizations -- Man Power Services
1966
27/10
Organizations -- NAACP Credit Union
1965
27/11-19
Organizations -- Neighborhood Service Center (NSC)
Includes Albina Community Action Center, application, evaluation, general information and activities, Life Center, original component, program yearly reports, and publicity
1965-1970
28/1
Organizations -- New Careers Advisory Committee
1967
28/2
Organizations -- On-up
1966
28/3
Organizations -- PACT
1967
28/4
Organizations -- Planned Parenthood
1966
28/5
Organizations -- Portland Community College adult education program
1966
28/6
Organizations -- Portland Metropolitan Steering Committee
1964-1968
28/7
Organizations -- Recreation Unlimited
1967
28/8
Organizations -- Reed College community education program
1965-1968
28/9
Organizations -- Upward Bound
1966
28/10
Organizations -- Urban League
1966-1967
29/11
Organizations -- Public health nursing
undated
29/12
Organizations -- Summer programs
1965-1968
29/13
Organizations -- Welfare
1966

Series L:  Publications, 1957-1971Return to Top

Publications are listed alphabetically by title.

The publication series consists of a small number of periodicals focused on civil rights, the peace movement, and religious issues.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
29/14
The Black Panther
1969-1970
30/1-2
Bulletin Board
1964-1968
30/3
Canterbury Tales
1965-1971
30/4
CORE-LATOR
1959-1964
30/5
Muhammad Speaks
1970
30/6
NADIR
1964-1967
30/7-8
New City
1967-1968
30/9
Northwest Defender
1962-1965
30/10
OCLTP newsletter
1968-1969
30/11
Oregon Advance Times
1968
30/12
Petal Paper
1957-1964
30/13
Portland Observer
1970
30/14
The Southern Patriot
1964

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Catholic Church--Oregon--Portland
  • Church and social problems--Oregon--Portland--Catholic Church
  • City planning--Oregon--Portland
  • Civil rights--Oregon--Portland
  • Discrimination in housing--Oregon--Portland
  • Express highways--Oregon
  • Housing--Oregon--Portland
  • Migrant labor--Oregon
  • Urban renewal--Oregon--Portland
  • Personal Names :
  • Chavin, Irene.
  • Guinan, Jim.
  • Rowland, Mary C.
  • Corporate Names :
  • Albina Citizen's War on Poverty Committee (Portland, Or.)
  • Albina Neighborhood Council (Portland, Or.)
  • Black Panther Party
  • Community Action Program (U.S.)
  • Housing Authority of Portland (Portland, Or.)
  • Madonna House Apostolate
  • Metropolitan Interfaith Commission on Race (Portland, Or.)
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
  • National Urban League
  • Neighborhood Service Project (Portland, Or.)
  • Stella Maris House (Portland, Or.) (creator)
  • U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity
  • United Farm Workers
  • Valley Migrant League (Woodburn, Or.)
  • Geographical Names :
  • Albina (Portland, Or.)--History
  • Portland (Or.)--History
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Administrative records.
  • Annual reports.
  • Booklets.
  • Clippings.
  • Essays.
  • Financial records.
  • Leaflets.
  • Legal documents.
  • Letters (correspondence).
  • Memorandums.
  • Newsletters.
  • Pamphlets.
  • Plans.
  • Programs.
  • Reports.
  • Resolutions.
  • Speeches.
  • Titles within the Collection :
  • New city (Portland, Or.)
  • Portland observer (Portland, Or.)
  • Other Creators :
    • Corporate Names :
    • Valley Migrant League (Woodburn, Or.) (creator)