Two boys stand in a kitchen at Chemawa Indian School. They are wearing white shirts and aprons and eating muffins. Some photographs from this series were printed in the February 12, 1956 issue of the Oregon Journal under the headline "Training Navajo Youngsters for Northwest Living is Main Project at Chemawa" (negative 1 of 14).
A group of Wyam people dancing on a stage at an event held at the Multnomah County Central Library to celebrate the release of Martha Ferguson McKeown's book "Linda's Indian Home". The dancers are in a semi-circle wearing beaded and feathered outfits. An array of items, including baskets and other crafts are on display on tables in front of the stage. Several women are standing behind the dancers with instruments. (negative 1 of 8).
A group of Wyam people on a stage at an event held at the Multnomah County Central Library to celebrate the release of Martha Ferguson McKeown's book "Linda's Indian Home". The dancers are in at the left side of the frame wearing beaded and feathered outfits. Flora Cushinway Thompson stands with another woman on the right side of the frame who is holding a drum. An array of items, including baskets and other crafts are on display on tables in front of the stage. Several women are standing in the rear of the stage with instruments. (negative 7 of 8).
Jan Young posing for a photograph with two dogs, one Pomeranian owned by Jean Gibson and one Pekingese owned by Laura Wanless. A photograph from this series was published in the May 11, 1956 issue of the Oregon Journal (negative 1 of 3).
Robert Nelle, 7, who was struck by interurban streetcar on the Johnson Creek, severing two fingers and incurring other lesser injuries. An image in this set was published on the front page of the July 3, 1956 issue of the Oregon Journal under the headline "Trolley Hit Boy Saves Own Life" (negative 1 of 2).
Photograph of the thermometer on the sign for Portland Federal Savings Co. on the corner of S.W. Stark and 5th Ave. in downtown Portland. The temperature reads 108 degrees. A number of people are conversing next to the building (negative 3 of 4).
Two models identified, from left to right, as Marlis Claussen and Jan Steele, wearing new fashion items, posing with a horse. This image was published in the August 5, 1956 issue of the Oregon Journal (negative 2 of 8).
Angelo Dundee holds the arm of boxer Willie Pastrano who is eating spaghetti offered by Teresa Trocino of Carmen's Restaurant, at a dinner held by the Portland Boxing Commission. This photograph was published in the August 18, 1956 issue of the Oregon Journal (negative 1 of 2).
A photograph of two men shaking hands on the tarmac of Portland Airport. Behind them is a airplane with the words "GOP TRUTH SQUAD Special" printed on the side, a third man is exiting the airplane. This airplane followed Democratic presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson during the 1956 presidential campaign (negative 4 of 4).
Pat Baker leans her elbow against a drawing board, looking up and smiling. She is an advertising artist at the Lipman Wolfe store in Portland, Oregon. She wears a large necklace and holds her glasses in her left hand, resting against her head. She holds a tool up to the drawing board in her right hand. There are art supplies in the left foreground (negative 3 of 6).
A baby lion cub sits in the lap of a boy who holds a bottle up to its mouth. The boy is Gary Scott, the 10-year-old son of William R. Scott, zoo keeper. The lion cub is 3-days-old and its eyes are closed. This photograph was taken at 207 NE 191st Avenue (negative 2 of 5).
A woman in a dress stands next to a table in a banquet hall. She looks down at a child sitting on her mother's lap. The child looks back at her. The woman is likely a model in the Lipman Wolfe style show. In the background are additional guests seated at tables. The caption on negative sleeve reads, "Lipman Wolfe style show" (negative 5 of 6).
Three children and an adult build a parade float for the Junior Rose Festival Parade on the front porch of a house in Portland, Oregon. The float consists of a small sailboat mounted on a wagon. The boat has the word "Burradak" written on the side. The children attach flowers to the boat. The caption on the negative sleeve reads, "Building float for Junior Rose Festival parade, Mrs. J.B. Grodard and children, 2114 N.E. 55th - Don (10), Joanne (6), and Janet (8)" (negative 1 of 2).
A semi-truck and trailer are trapped after the top of the trailer crashed into a low railroad underpass at Columbia Boulevard and Albina Avenue. View looking at the front of the truck under the pass. The truck and trailer lean to the left and the trailer is heavily damaged. Several men look at the accident scene (negative 3 of 5).
A semi-truck and trailer are trapped after the top of the trailer crashed into a low railroad underpass at Columbia Boulevard and Albina Avenue. View looking at the back of the truck under the pass. The truck and trailer lean to the right and the trailer is heavily damaged. Several men look at the accident scene (negative 5 of 5).
Detective Frank Taylor, wearing a suit and hat, leans forward, looks at the ground and points while investigating the murder of Charles Henry Sims. He is under the Steel Bridge. There is litter scattered across the ground. Behind him are several boats, including a sternwheeler, docked in the Willamette River. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on July 31, 1957 (negative 1 of 3).
Two young women stand next to a planter box and hold a hose that waters the plants. They look at each other and smile. They are preparing for the Oregon State Fair. The fairgrounds are partially visible behind them, and there are large flower bushes in the background on the left (negative 9 of 12).
A group of people stand on the sidewalk in front of James Madison High School in Portland, Oregon. On the right, a woman pins a tag that reads "Guide" onto a teenage girl. On the left, several teenagers listen to a man who addresses them. They also wear tags that designate them as guides. Above them, the James Madison High School sign is partially visible on the building (negative 1 of 2).