Map of Portland and Vicinity, 1908
Map of the City of Portland, Oregon, by the Department of Public Works, 1934
Transcription of Thomas Alexander Wood's "First Admission of Colored Children to Portland Public Schools"
Trolley Map of Portland, Oregon, The World's Finest Trolley System, 1937
Map of Willamette Heights and Blythswood
Map of Eastmoreland Neighborhood by Ladd Estate Co., 1910-1913
Guide Map, City of Portland and Suburban Districts, 1933
Rowland and Fortiner's Map of Portland and Vicinity, 1908
First Admission of Collored [sic.] Children to Portland Public Schools
The Weekly Oregonian. Extra
Untitled advertisement for Quackenbush & Co.
Untitled notice of speech by Black American George P. Riley, "The Colored Citizen and the Ballot," to be given at the Philharmonic Hall on April 26, 1870
Untitled notice from the Pioneer Base Ball Club, asking that Oregon baseball clubs designate delegates to send to a convention in Portland on February 21, 1868
Oregon Produce Prices Current, by McCraken, Merrill & Co., Commission Merchants, 14 and 16 North Front Street, Portland, Oregon
Untitled circular concerning events at a meeting of the South Portland Precinct on March 20, 1866
Untitled announcement that Black citizens of Portland will celebrate the sixth anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1869
Untitled advertisement about a newly-patented bed bottom spring
Ho! for the Mines!
Portland Jobbing Prices Current and Market Review, by McCraken, Merrill & Co., Commission Merchants, Nos. 14 and 16, North Front St.
Untitled advertisement for Puget Sound Homestead Association stock
Freedom's Marching On! By Theodore J. Eckerson, U. S. A.
Overland Mail Route to California. Through in Six Days to Sacramento!
Programme of Exercises. July 4, 1865! Portland, Oregon
Scale of Prices Adopted by the Portland Typographical Union
Table of Distances. Portland to Jacksonville; and Intermediate Points on the Route Traveled by the Overland Mail Company
Untitled badge for Independence Day celebration sponsored by Willamette Fire Engine Company No. 1 in Portland, proclaiming loyalty to the Union
Untitled announcement of a horse ferry boat in Portland operated by James B. Stevens