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Gerry Frank driving a Meier & Frank automobile

A photograph of Gerry Frank sitting in the driver's seat of an automobile. Six additional passengers are visible in the vehicle with Frank. The letters, "M&F" are painted on the door of the automobile in the style of the logo for the Meier & Frank Department Store.

McEwan Photo Shop (Salem, Or.)

Checking a birdhouse

William Finley Jr. climbing a pole beside a fence to check a birdhouse perched on the top. Three unidentified people look on and two touring cars are parked along the fence nearby. Taken near the Jim Paul Ranch in southeastern Oregon.

Finley, William L. (William Lovell), 1876-1953

Salem at night

Photograph looking south on Commercial Street, taken with a long exposure at night. On the left side, the Greenbaum Building can be seen, now at 240-254 Commercial Street NE. Light streaks from vehicles can be seen on the street. On the negative is written "49-138." (Image note: see related Image PGE 49-97).

Oak Grove project, first automobile at Davis Ranch

Photograph showing a group of forward facing people, taken next to an automobile. The automobile is facing to the side, and has open air seating. Tent cabins can be seen in the background. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-235” and “R-12.” (Image note: significant discoloration can be seen along the right side of the negative).

Oak Grove project, trip to intake and Big Bottom

Photograph showing five men and an automobile, taken on a dirt road next to a rocky hillside. Four of the men are seated in the vehicle, while a fifth stands. All the men are facing forward and looking at the camera. (Image note: slight discoloration at left side of image. See related images PGE 16-131.1, PGE 16-131.2, PGE 16-131.3, PGE 16-131.4)

Oak Grove project, trip to intake and Big Bottom

Photograph showing four seated men in a automobile, taken on a trip to the Big Bottom area. In the background is a sort road and a hill made up of dirt and rocks. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-170.” (Image note: small area of discoloration visible at the far right edge of the negative. See related images PGE 16-131.2, PGE 16-131.3, PGE 16-131.4, PGE 16-131.5).

Vancouvery Ferry at Hayden Island

Photograph showing a ferry at Hayden Island, with a dirt road leading to a loading dock for automobiles and horse-drawn carts. On the ferry is a sign with “City of Vancouver” written on it. The Columbia River can be seen behind the ferry, as well as a metal bridge spanning the water (likely the Burlington Northern Santa Fe bridge 9.6).

Vancouvery Ferry at Hayden Island

Photograph taken from a side angle showing a ferry at Hayden Island on the Columbia River, which appears to be behind a wooden dock. On the ferry is a sign with “City of Vancouver” written on it. Wooden pillars can be seen in the water in front of the ferry, and a bridge is in the distant background ((likely the Burlington Northern Santa Fe bridge 5.1).

Night view, Broadway

Photograph taken at night, looking south on SW Broadway taken near the intersection with SW Taylor St. Electric lights and signs line the street, with street car tracks and parked automobiles. A large lighted sign is strung across the street with “Hotel Oregon” written.

Broadway north from Electric Building

Street scene photograph taken during the Portland Rose Festival from a high vantage point from the Electric Building at 621 SW Alder Street, looking north. Street cars and automobiles are visible on the street. Signs for “Western Union Theater,” “Liberty Theater,” and “Bronson’s” are visible. Evergreen boughs are strung between streetlights, and two American flags hang at the front of the frame.

Broadway looking north from Salmon

Street scene photograph taken during the Portland Rose Festival from street level, looking north on SW Broadway from SW Salmon Street. In the distance, the Journal Building (now Jackson Tower) is visible on the right side of the street. Several signs are strung over the street, including for the “Orpheum Vaudeville,” “Hippodrome,” “Baker Theater,” and “Liberty Theater.” Automobiles line both sides of the street, and two street cars can be seen in the distance.

Track work, Linneman Junction

Photograph at Linneman Junction, at Troutdale Division, Powell Valley Road. Railroad tracks can be seen on the left side of the frame. A car is parked next to a road and wooden building. Electric lines are visible throughout the image. “Fisk Core Tires” and “Union Gasoline” signs are visible.

Fairview station

Photograph of Fairview Station (Troutdale Division, Ducklane Rd., Gresham, Fairview Road), looking down a dirt road with hills and trees in the distance. At the left side of the road, three suited men stand under an electric line, and a car is parked on the roadside to the right with an open door.

General car shops

Exterior photograph of brick building with multiple white doors. On the left is a paved street lined with power lines and poles, with two automobiles in the distance. An empty grass field is seen in front of the building doors.

Post-Rose Festival traffic on East Burnside

Traffic on E. Burnside Street, after the end of the 1954 Portland Rose Festival parade. Looking east towards downtown, an industrial building, “Al Jensen Linoleum”, can be seen at E. Burnside Street and S.E. 11th Avenue (negative 1 of 1).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Ed Sullivan and Portland Rose Festival Queen Jan Markstaller

Ed Sullivan and Portland Rose Festival Queen Jan Markstaller, riding together in an automobile for an event put on by the Hollywood Boosters for the 1954 Portland Rose Festival. Sullivan and Markstaller both wave from a vehicle with a sign attached to a door reading “Queen Jan” (negative 1 of 11).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

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