Boys and nuns at the St. Mary's of the Valley orphanage, in Beaverton. The boys are seated at tables in a dining room, as two nuns stand next to the table, holding a plate of food and pouring milk (negative 6 of 7).
A group of boys and nuns at the St. Mary's of the Valley orphanage, in Beaverton. The boys are gather around a cascading water fountain, washing their hands, as several nuns stand smiling behind them (negative 5 of 7).
Children stand outside a bakery during the Washington County Fair Centennial, most likely in Hillsboro. A large multi-tiered cake is displayed in a window, with frosting that reads “100th anniversary, Washington County Fair, ‘Pioneers on Parade’” (negative 8 of 11).
Barber Carl "Curly" Jossal, cutting the hair of three-and-a-half month old Bernard Beam Jr., of 785 S.W. Johnson Road in Beaverton. The child sits in a chair, covered with a striped cap, as Jossal holds an electric clipper. A cropped version of this photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Wednesday, March 17, 1954 (negative 1 of 3).
Two children watch a parade during the Washington County Fair Centennial, most likely in Hillsboro. They stand next to a parking meter, as a man in a kilt can be seen walking down a commercial street (Main Street?) (negative 6 of 11).