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Rotunda from North Side State Capitol - Salem, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing the interior of the rotunda in the Oregon State Capitol in Salem, Oregon. Taken from the ground floor, 2 murals adorn the walls, and a door to the left is marked, "Governor." Handwriting on negative reads, "Rotunda from North side State Capitol Salem, Oregon. Christian S-418." The top right corner of the image is cut off.

Christian (Photographer)

Detroit Dam Construction - Detroit, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing the construction of the Detroit Dam in Detroit, Oregon. Taken from a nearby hillside, the view looks down on a dam that is halfway built across a river. A construction crew works on the dam. Handwriting on negative reads, "Detroit Dam Construction - Detroit, Ore. Christian S-129."

Christian (Photographer)

Court Street - Salem, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing a street in Salem, Oregon. A row of business, including the Senator Hotel and the Railway Express Agency, line one side of the street. There are several automobiles on the street. Handwriting on negative reads, "Court Street - Salem, Oregon. Christian S-428."

Christian (Photographer)

West Roof State Capitol - Salem, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing the rotunda of the Oregon State Capitol building in Salem. Taken from the roof of the building. The Oregon Pioneer statue, built by sculptor Ulric Ellerhusen, sits on top of the rotunda. Handwriting on negative reads, "West Roof State Capitol Salem, Or. Christian S-423."

Christian (Photographer)

Bruckman's Breitenbush Springs, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing the exterior of Bruckman's Office building at Breitenbush Hot Springs in Breitenbush, Oregon. A sign on the building reads, "Bruckman's Office. Groceries, Fountain, Meats, Lunches." Another sign on the building reads, "Breitenbush U.S. Post Office." Handwriting on negative reads, "Bruckman's Breitenbush Springs. Christian S-266."

Christian (Photographer)

Bruckman's Breitenbush Springs, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing a miniature stone tower over a hot spring at Breitenbush Hot Springs in Breitenbush, Oregon. The word "Sulphur" is carved into the tower. Handwriting on negative reads, "Bruckman's Breitenbush Springs. Christian S-216."

Christian (Photographer)

Bruckman's Breitenbush Springs, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing 3 people in a pavilion at a hot spring. A sign on the pavilion reads, "Foot Bath." Two people sit on a bench over the hot spring. Handwriting on negative reads, "Bruckman's Breitenbush Hot Springs. Christian S-215."

Christian (Photographer)

State Library - Salem, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing the State Library in Salem, Oregon. Automobiles are parked on the street in front of the building. Handwriting on negative reads, "State Library - Salem, Oregon. Christian 11-823."

Christian (Photographer)

Staged fight during a parade at Fiesta Days in Woodburn, Oregon

Men stage a fight during a parade at Fiesta Days, known today as the Woodburn Fiesta Mexicana, in Woodburn, Oregon. Three men lie on the ground while a fourth remains standing and brandishes a whip. Spectators watch from a nearby sidewalk. An article published in the Opportunity News about this event states that some people dressed up as bandits for the parade. This image was published in the Valley Migrant League's Opportunity News on September 2, 1966.

Child watches staged fight during a parade at Fiesta Days in Woodburn, Oregon

A child watches as men stage a fight during a parade at Fiesta Days, known today as the Woodburn Fiesta Mexicana, in Woodburn, Oregon. Several people lie on the ground, playing dead, while a man brandishing a whip remains standing. An article published in the Opportunity News about this event states that some people dressed up as bandits for the parade. Photographs from this series were published in the Valley Migrant League's Opportunity News on September 2, 1966.

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