Photograph showing employees and a goat at a voting booth for the Albina Engine & Machine Works’ “beauty king” competition and war-bond drive in July 1942. The man at center, beauty king candidate Bill “Pigsfeet” Moore, is holding one of the goat’s horns, and the woman next to Moore, Hellen Broadbent, is tucking his hair under his hat. The man at left is holding one of the goat’s feet as though shaking hands. The goat is wearing a sign that reads “I’VE GOT CURLEY GOUGEN’S [sic] GOAT.” Vincent “Curley” Goguen was also a beauty king candidate. A cropped version of this photograph and image No. 375A0392, featuring Goguen, were published on Page 3 of the Oregon Journal’s final edition on Saturday, July 11, 1942. This photograph had the following caption: “’PIGSFEET’ PUTS ONE OVER—Bill (‘Pigsfeet’) Moore, boilermaker-contender for Albina Engine & Machine Works’ king of beauty title, is lamenting the theft of his mascot, a 12-pound pig. Now he has countered with this new mascot. From left, Frank Welch, boilermaker, who just purchased a bond and a vote for Pigsfeet; Lucille Lawn, volunteer bond saleswoman, ‘Pigsfeet’ and his sponsor Hellen Broadbent.” Image note: The number 133 is written on the negative and is visible in the lower right corner of the image.