- 1918 - 1920
A color postcard of the Liberty Temple in Portland Oregon. The temple is a white building in the classical style. There are several flags lining the top of the building, WWI soldiers flank the front steps, and a cannon sits in front of the building. A building committee led by Julius Meier constructed the temple building in downtown Portland in March of 1918 to host patriotic rallies and encourage participation in the Third Liberty Loan Drive during World War I. Text on the front of the postcard reads, "Liberty Temple at Portland, Oregon, Headquarters Third Liberty Loan Committee."