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United States Postal Service rally in Portland, Oregon

Activists marching under the Chinatown Gateway in Portland, Oregon, during a rally against proposed cuts to the United States Postal Service in 2013. Two people at the front hold a banner which reads, "Save America's Postal Service." A man wearing a blue jacket and holding a megaphone marches beside them. Another man obscured at the edge of the photograph waves a large American flag in front of the crowd. Several other people in the crowd also hold banners and picket signs.

Young, David

May Day rally march through downtown Portland, Oregon

Activists marching down a street in support of labor rights and immigration reform during a May Day rally in downtown Portland, Oregon on May 1, 2011. Several people hold banners, picket signs, and American flags. A silver police car with its lights flashing and a police officer on a bicycle move down a street in front of the crowd.

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Participants in a Health Care for All march in Portland, Oregon

A group of participants in a Health Care for All march held in Portland, Oregon in 2009. At the center of the group is a large puppet dressed as a nurse. There is a round badge reading "Single Payer" pinned to the puppet's chest. Several people in the crowd hold banners and picket signs supporting Jobs with Justice, healthcare reform, and local unions.

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Anti-WTO rally marchers in Portland, Oregon

A group of people march down a street in Portland, Oregon during an anti-WTO rally in 2009. A banner at the front of the group reads, "No to the WTO, Yes to the Right to Organize." Several other people in the crowd also hold banners and picket signs supporting Jobs with Justice, labor rights, and fair trade.

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Laurie King speaking at an Economic Town Hall

Laurie King speaking to an audience at the First Unitarian Church in Portland, Oregon, during an Economic Town Hall sponsored by Portland Jobs with Justice. The photograph is taken from behind King's back looking out at the audience as she stands at a podium.

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Speakers at a CBLOC rally

A man speaks into a microphone at a podium set up outdoors during a rally for the Cross Border Labor Organizing Coalition (CBLOC) in 2005. Behind him, two men stand on a bench holding up a sign which reads, "CAFTA: Worse than NAFTA."

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Margaret Butler holding a Jobs with Justice pledge card

Margaret Butler, Portland Jobs with Justice executive director, during a District Council of Trade Unions rally at Portland City Hall. She is standing at a microphone in front of a crowd of people holding a Jobs with Justice pledge card above her head. A large group of people stand behind her holding pro-union banners and picket signs.

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Portland Jobs with Justice rally outside Powell's Books

A crowd of people attending a rally in support of Powell's employees during their campaign for a union contract with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU). People are gathered on the sidewalk in front of the entrance to Powell's Books in Portland, Oregon. A large paper mache puppet of Michael Powell is visible on the right side of the photograph. During the rally, Portland Jobs with Justice and Portland Art and Revolution members acted out a performative wedding between Powell's owner, Michael Powell and ILWU's Larry Longshore.

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Puppets at a Portland Jobs with Justice rally at Powell's Books

Three people help move a large puppet down a street in Portland, Oregon. The puppet wears a formal suit and has a gold name tag reading, "Michael Powell, Owner." A second puppet visible behind the first puppet is of a man with a full beard and blue hat wearing a wedding dress. It has a nametag decorated in flowers which reads, "Larry Longshore, Union Worker." The puppets are part of a rally coordinated by Portland Jobs with Justice to support Powell's employees during their campaign for a union contract with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU). During the rally, Portland Jobs with Justice and Portland Art and Revolution members acted out a performative wedding between Powell's owner, Michael Powell and ILWU's Larry Longshore.

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Workers' Rights Board panel

Participants in the first Workers' Rights Board organized by Portland Jobs with Justice. JwJ organized the hearing to support Powell's employees during bargaining for the first union contract in 2000. Participants are seated in a row behind two long tables. A banner reading, "Workers' Rights Board," hangs on the wall behind them. Name cards on the table identify the panel participants as José Padín, Mary King, Diane Rosenbaum, and Aryeh Hirschfield.

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Tiered celebration cake

A four tiered celebration cake baked by Hurtis Hadley for the celebration of his 25th wedding anniversary with Dorothy Hadley. The cake is a white cake with pastel pink details in the piping. There is a small fountain between the first and second tiers and a decorative cake topper on the fourth tier that has silver bells and the letters 25 surrounded by laurels.

Printing Press, Printing Office, Oregon School for the Deaf Heritage Museum, c. 1985-89

Color photograph of a printing press held in the Oregon School for the Deaf Heritage Museum. The press has a label on it that says "Job Press 1885. Used about from 1900 to 1977." A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "OSD museum Salem Ore OSD started the first printing office in January, 1888, "The Sign" newsletter. The press patented 1885."

Oregon School for the Deaf

Piano Room, Oregon School for the Deaf Heritage Museum, c. 1985-1989

Color photograph of the piano room in the Oregon School for the Deaf Heritage Museum. The room includes a dark brown wood piano, a chair, a mannequin dressed in a dark brown dress with a long, full skirt, and paintings on the walls. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "OSD Museum - Salem OR Piano Room - OSSD bought the used piano during World War II for Rhythm room. It is rosewood and made in the 1880s." OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

Oregon School for the Deaf

Proof Press, Printing Office, Oregon School for the Deaf Heritage Museum, c. 1985-1989

Color photograph of the proof press in the printing office of the Oregon School for the Deaf Heritage Museum. The press includes a track where the paper is placed and a roller that runs across the track. It is on top of a set of white cabinets. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "OSD museum Salem Or OSD printing office 1880's-1890's - The 1880-90 proof press."

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Classroom, Oregon School for the Deaf Heritage Museum, c. 1985-1989

Black and white photograph of the front of a classroom. A teacher's desk is in the center of the photograph, with several pairs of headphones on a bar attached to the front of it. Two student desks are in the foreground and a blackboard with a grammar lesson written on it is in the background. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "OSSD museum Salem Ore The OSD's early days of classroom." OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

Oregon School for the Deaf

Spinning Wheel, Mantel, and Cabinet, Oregon School for the Deaf Heritage Museum, c. 1985-1989

Black and white photograph of a wooden spinning wheel, a Vernis Martin-style French china cabinet full of glass and metal dishware, and a wooden fireplace mantel. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "OSD museum Salem Ore French gold cabinet was presented to Oregon School for the Deaf from French consuls in 1905 after displaying at Lewis & Clark Exposition that held in Portland, Oregon. OSD pupils brought their literary and industrial works there and received the silver medal diploma from L & C Expo. The spinning wheel, circa 1890-1900, made by the deaf students. The oak mantel with its mirror, 1910, came from OSD's old Main Building, razed 1975"

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Clipping: Baker's Men

Clipping from the New Review published April 8, 1982 about a visit by Portland City Commissioner Charles Jordan to Hurtis Hadley and Dorothy Hadley's bakery, The Milwaukie Pastry Kitchen. A photograph at the top of the article features Charles Jordan and Hurtis Hadley standing beside an industrial dough mixer. Both men wear aprons and paper bakers caps.

Schouten, Hank

Clipping: Hurtis Hadley / A Master Baker

Clipping from an unknown news publication about Hurtis Hadley and his bakery, the Milwaukie Pastry Kitchen. The article includes a biographical profile of Hadley. A photograph at the top of the article features Hadley wearing a white apron and a paper bakers cap. He holds a piping bag up to the edge of a tiered celebration cake that he is decorating.

Carey, Rae

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