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Photograph showing a man wearing a suit and hat standing next to a dirt road while holding a large hand-painted measuring stick. Another man stands at the opposite side of the street facing the first individual, and two automobiles parked in between. Written on the negative is "49-249."
Photograph showing a man standing next to a newly constructed house holding a large measuring stick. He is holding the object with his right hand and is looking slightly towards his left. Written on the negative is "49-251." (Image note: see related image PGE 49-242).
Photograph showing street with utility poles and workers. Rolls of cable can be seen on wheeled trailers, with other cable attached to the top of a utility pole visible at the center of the frame. Houses and open field at can seen at either side of the street. On a sign next to the street is "Enquist Way." Written on the negative is "51-782." (Image note: see related image PGE 51-783).
Photograph showing a man standing behind a cart with large rolls of electrical cable. The man is leaning on a piece of wooden board and looking towards the cable roll, from which the line is being unrolled. In the background is a house. Written on the negative is "51-783." (Image note: see related image PGE 51-782).
Photograph showing a utility pole with electric lines in front of an open field area and houses. Other utility poles can be seen around the houses in the distance. Written on the negative is "51-787."
Photograph showing two men at the top of a wooden utility pole with hard hats, harnesses and tools. They are both facing towards the pole, with trees and buildings visible in the background. Written on the negative is "53-116."
Photograph looking upward, showing a man on a wooden utility pole. He is facing towards the pole with both hands visible, and is looking downwards towards the camera. Electric lines, insulators, and other utility equipment is visible on the poles. Written on the negative is "53-116."
Photograph showing two linemen working at the top of a wooden utility pole. They are both wearing hard hats and harnesses, and are looking downwards towards the ground. Below is a street with automobiles and buildings, with trees visible in the distance. Written on the negative is "53-116."
Photograph showing two linemen working on a wooden utility pole, with harnesses, buckets and tools. The man closest to the camera is facing towards the pole and looking down towards the ground. Another lineman is visible in the background, also on a wooden utility pole. Electric lines and utility poles are visible throughout the image, with houses and trees in the background. Written on the negative is "53-116."
Photograph taken from a side angle, showing a lineman at the top of a utility pole with a hard hat, harness, and tools. He is facing towards the pole, has a cigarette in his mouth, and is using a screwdriver in his right hand. Trees and a building can be seen in the background. Written on the negative is "53-116."
Part of Al Monner news negatives
Electric cables and streetcar cables in front of the Piedmont train barn, at North Killingsworth Street and North Mississippi Avenue looking west. At the far end of the street is 1011 North Killingsworth Street, at the corner of N. Michigan Avenue (negative 3 of 14). Original sleeve title: Portland communities - Albina and Killingsworth Streets.
Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998
Part of Minor White negatives
Power lines line the street outside of the Northwestern Electric Company building on N. Albina Street. Large grain elevators are at the end of the street, with the words “Santa Cruz” painted on one. Taken November 23, 1938.
Photograph of train car with “Willamette Valley Railway Company” painted on side. Several tracks can be seen around the train, as well as wooden poles and power lines. In the distant background, two automobiles are visible, as well as two wood structures next to a dirt road.
Photograph showing the exterior of the River Mill Dam powerhouse, likely shortly after construction. Loose hillsides can be seen to the left and right of the building, with transmission lines throughout (image note: corner of glass negative is broken and missing).
Photograph of Kendall station, Springwater Division, on 82nd Street. Viewed from between two railroad tracks, the small wooden station building with “Kendall” sign is next to a road and a large transmission line. The name “Geo. Smith Grocer” is written on the side of the larger building.
- Org. Lot 151
- 1880 - 1965
Negatives documenting company activities, including electrical infrastructure, employees, power generation and distribution throughout Portland, the Willamette Valley and the Oregon Cascade Range. Additional general images include streetcars and trains, street lighting, power line installation, Rose Festival floats, office buildings, car barns and bridges. Of particular note are dam building projects at Bull Run and along the Clackamas River (1910-1930), and early electric stations in Oregon City at Willamette Falls.
Portland General Electric Company
- 1880 – 1900
Photograph showing the corner of SW 7th Ave (Broadway) and SW Washington St. Utility poles and wires are visible throughout the image, and the Electric Building (621 SW Alder Street) can be seen in the background. The caption on the image reads “Corner of 7th and Washington before wires were placed underground, electric building in background.” (Image note: slight damage to bottom right corner of negative).
Photograph showing snow and ice on several damaged utility poles and electric lines, with a wooden building visible in the background. Tangled electric lines can be seen trailing towards the ground on the right side of the image.
Photograph taken from ground level showing damaged utility poles with snow and ice. In the background, on the left side of the frame, is a wooden building with “Drugs and Stationary” and “Tom Graham – Pharmacist” written on the side (now at 6031 Southeast Stark Street). Also visible is the Brubaker, Normandin, and Co. Mt. Tabor Store.
Photograph taken from ground level showing damaged utility poles with snow and ice. On the left side is a brick building (part of the PGE Tabor substation), and a house with icicles hanging from its roof. Trees and houses can be seen in the distance on the right side of the image.
Photograph taken from ground level showing damaged utility poles with snow and ice. Several buildings with snow and icicles can be seen in the background, with a person walking through the snow on a road.
Photograph showing a Grand Avenue with a layer of snow and ice. Damaged utility poles and electric lines can be seen in the center of the street, as well as the right side of the frame next to a decorative railing. Buildings with advertisements can be seen to either side of the street.
Photograph showing a Grand Avenue with a layer of snow and ice. Damaged utility poles and electric lines can be seen on the ground and next to the decorative railing lining the street. In the distance, people and automobiles are visible on the street.
Photograph showing a Grand Avenue with a layer of snow and ice. Damaged utility poles and electric lines can be seen on the ground near the center of the frame. A truck and a group of people are gathered around the damaged pole, with other people visible further down the street. Above, numerous overlapping electric lines can be seen.
Photograph showing a Grand Avenue with a layer of snow and ice. Damaged utility poles and electric lines can be seen on the ground, with a truck and group of people behind. Above the street, numerous layers of electric lines are visible.