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Bill Genn, Oregon State Police

Half-length portrait of a man facing front and wearing an Oregon State Police uniform and badge. He is standing outside the Journal Building (now the Jackson Tower) in Portland. The name “Bill Genn” is written on the negative and is visible at the top of the image.

Bill Genn, Oregon State Police

Head and shoulders portrait of a man facing front and wearing an Oregon State Police uniform and badge. He is standing outside the Journal Building (now the Jackson Tower) in Portland. The name Bill Genn is written on the negative and is visible at the top of the image.

Syd S. George of Eugene at state American Legion convention in Salem, Oregon

Head and shoulders portrait of a man, Syd S. George of Eugene, facing front and looking toward the left. He is wearing a suit jacket and vest, a collared shirt, and a tie. The photograph was taken in August 1929 in Salem, Oregon, during the state American Legion convention. The name “Syd S. George” is written on the negative, and the word “Eugene” is written just below it. The writing is visible on the right side of the image. See related image Nos. 371N0841, 371N0892, 371N0916, 371N1702, and 371N2685.

Syd S. George and Don Graham at state American Legion convention in Salem, Oregon

Photograph showing two men facing each other, smiling, and holding cigarettes. Both are wearing hats and suits. They are standing in front of a window draped with bunting. A cropped version of this photograph was one of eight that were published on Page 1 of the Oregon Journal on August 8, 1929, under the headline “Legion Hosts Answer Roll-Call At Salem.” The photographs had the following caption: “Oregon’s capital city today and for the rest of the week will be in the hands of American Legionnaires meeting annual state convention.” This photograph had the following additional caption information: “Don Graham, Prineville, left, and Syd S. George, Eugene, both mentioned for state commander.” Also see image Nos. 371N0841, 371N0892, 371N1702, and 371N2685, which were published with this photograph, and image No. 371N0915. Image note: The name “Don Graham” is written on the negative next to the man on the left, and the name “Syd S. George” is written on one edge of the negative next to the man on the right. The writing is visible in the image.

Albert D. Glibert, killer of mill superintendent John W. Bevis

Head and shoulders portrait of mill worker and murder suspect A. D. Glibert. A cropped version of this photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on February 28, 1931, and again on March 1, 1931. On February 28, the photograph was published on the Journal’s front page under the headline “Grudge Leads to Murder.” The photograph had the following caption: “Albert D. Glibert, who today shot and killed John W. Bevis, superintendent of the Inman Poulsen mill, because he blamed Bevis for his discharge. Glibert then turned his weapon on Bevis’ assistant, George W. Martin, and inflicted serious injury.” The photograph accompanied a story headlined “Mill Boss Slain, Aide Badly Shot.” On March 1, the photograph was published on Page 2 of the Oregon Journal with image No. 371N3218, depicting a note that Glibert wrote before the shooting. On that day, this photograph had the following caption: “Taken by a Journal staff cameraman a few minutes after Glibert was overpowered by fellow employees.” Later, on July 30, 1931, the Journal reported that Glibert had pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentenced to life in prison. The Journal reported that the plea followed a trial on first-degree murder charges in which the jury was unable to agree on a verdict. Image note: The name “A. D. Gilbert [sic]” is written on the negative and is visible on the right side of the photograph. Image note: The photograph shows discoloration from deterioration of the negative.

Dan E. Gould and two unidentified children with stag statue at Portland Breakfast Club party

Photograph of a man crouching next to two unidentified children and a statue of a stag. He has one arm around the shoulders of one of the children, and he is looking left, toward the other child. She is standing on the other side of the stag statue and has one hand on its head. The man is wearing a round button with the name “Dan E. Gould” on it. This photograph may have been taken on December 18, 1934, at a Christmas party for orphans. The party was put on by the Portland Breakfast Club, of which Gould was president, and the children received gifts and gray tin helmets. A story about the party was published on Page 1 of the Oregon Journal on December 18, 1934, with the headline “Santa Claus Hails Orphans at Breakfast.” See related image Nos. 371N0477 and No. 371N2938, which were published with the story.

Graham

Head and shoulders portrait of a man looking to the left. He is wearing an overcoat, collared shirt, and tie. He is outside the Portland Chamber of Commerce. The name “Graham” is written on the negative and is visible at the top of the image. See related image No. 371N0971.

Graham

Head and shoulders portrait of a man facing front. He is wearing a hat, overcoat, collared shirt, and tie. He is standing outside the Portland Chamber of Commerce. The name “Graham” is written on the negative and is visible at the top of the image. See related image No. 371N0970.

Unidentified member of Oregon Pioneer Association at 1931 reunion

Half-length portrait of an unidentified woman attending the 59th reunion of the Oregon Pioneer Association in Portland on Thursday, June 18, 1951. She is facing front, looking to the left, and wearing a hat and coat. Pinned to her coat is a reunion ribbon with the date 1853 in large numbers at the top and below it, a picture of La Fayette Grover, who was governor of Oregon from 1870 to 1877.

Senate President A. W. Norblad, Governor Isaac Patterson, and House Speaker Ralph Hamilton

Full-length portrait of (from right), A. W. Norblad, president of the Oregon Senate; Oregon Governor Isaac L. Patterson; and Ralph S. Hamilton, speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives. They are standing outside the Oregon State Capitol in Salem on January 14, 1929, the opening day of the legislative session. A related photograph, image No. 371N1970, was published on the front page of the January 14 edition of the Oregon Journal, alongside a story headlined “Legislature Organizes for Session.” The text “Hamilton – Gov – Norblad” and the number 9 are written on the negative and are visible at the top of the image. Also see image No. 371N1883 of Norblad. Image note: Photograph is out of focus.

Vincent, Ralph

P. J. Hanley, Knights of Columbus

Head and shoulders portrait, taken in August 1927, of a man facing front. He is wearing a suit jacket, collared shirt, and tie. On his lapel are a name tag and medal. The name tag reads: “P. J. Hanley / Past state deputy / Oregon.” Inscribed on the medal are the words “Portland, Ore.,” and, below that, “Knights of Columbus / 45th annual convention / August 2-4, 1927.”

President Warren G. Harding saluting during visit to Portland

Photograph showing President Warren G. Harding (center) saluting after stepping out of his car in Portland on July 4, 1923, probably at the end of a parade marking his arrival. He is flanked by military servicemen. At far left, the man standing in the car is probably Portland Mayor George L. Baker. Harding’s visit was part of a trip across the nation and followed a stop in Meacham, Oregon, on July 3, 1923. Events in Portland included a parade, an address by Harding at Multnomah field, a visit to veterans at Hahnemann hospital, and a tribute to Oregon soldiers killed in World War I. See related image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1050, 371N1051, 371N1057, and 371N1172. Also see image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1049, 371N1052, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1055, 371N1056, 371N1058, 371N1059, 371N1060, and 373G0073 from Harding’s visit to Meacham. Image note: Photograph quality is poor due to extensive deterioration of the negative.

President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding in Meacham, Oregon

Photograph showing President Warren G. Harding (second from left), First Lady Florence Harding, and Oregon Governor Walter M. Pierce (far right) with a group of unidentified people in Meacham, Oregon, on July 3, 1923. The president and first lady are looking at documents the president is holding. The Hardings’ visit was part of a trip across the nation, which included a stop in Meacham to participate in events commemorating the anniversary of the first wagon train crossing of the Blue Mountains. The commemoration included an address by the president, the dedication of the old Oregon Trail, and a pageant depicting people and events in the history of whites’ arrival and settlement. This photograph was probably taken on the reviewing stand. The Oregon Journal published a story about the Meacham visit, headlined “President Dedicates Oregon Trail in Midst of Colorful Setting,” on the front page of the July 3, 1923 edition. See related image Nos. 371N1049, 371N1052, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1055, 371N1056, 371N1058, 371N1059, 371N1060, and 373G0073. Also see image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1047, 371N1050, 371N1051, 371N1057, and 371N1172 from Harding’s subsequent stop in Portland. Image note: Light leak on negative. Photograph quality is poor due to extensive deterioration of the negative.

First Lady Florence Harding on reviewing stand? in Meacham, Oregon

Photograph showing First Lady Florence Harding during a visit to Meacham, Oregon, with President Warren G. Harding on July 3, 1923. She is probably seated on the reviewing stand. She is looking to the right and speaking to a man sitting next to her. President Harding is in the background on the left. The Hardings’ visit was part of a trip across the nation, which included a stop in Meacham to participate in events commemorating the anniversary of the first wagon train crossing of the Blue Mountains. The commemoration included an address by the president, the dedication of the old Oregon Trail, and a pageant depicting people and events in the history of whites’ arrival and settlement. The Oregon Journal published a story about the Meacham visit, headlined “President Dedicates Oregon Trail in Midst of Colorful Setting,” on the front page of the July 3, 1923 edition.See related image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1052, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1055,371N1056, 371N1058, 371N1059, 371N1060, and 373G0073. Also see image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1047, 371N1050, 371N1051, 371N1057, and 371N1172 from Harding’s subsequent stop in Portland. Image note: Photograph shows discoloration and speckling from deterioration of the negative.

President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding, riding in car during parade in Portland

Photograph showing President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding seated in an open-topped car during a parade after their arrival in Portland on July 4, 1923. The Hardings’ visit to Portland was part of a trip across the nation and followed a stop in Meacham, Oregon, on July 3. Events in Portland also included an address by Harding at Multnomah field, a visit to veterans at Hahnemann hospital, and a tribute to Oregon soldiers killed in World War I. See related image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1047, 371N1051, 371N1057, and 371N1172. Also see image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1049, 371N1052, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1055, 371N1056, 371N1058, 371N1059, 371N1060, and 373G0073 from Harding’s visit to Meacham.

President Warren G. Harding and group leaving Hahnemann hospital in Portland

Photograph showing President Warren G. Harding (center) and a group of unidentified people walking out the doors of Hahnemann hospital in Portland on July 4, 1923. A cropped version of this photograph was one of four that were published on Page 7 of Oregon Journal on July 5, 1923, under the headline “President Harding Spends Busy Day Here, Visits Wounded Soldiers, Honors Dead.” This photograph had the following caption: “The president leaving Hahnemann hospital after visiting sick and wounded veterans there.” Harding’s visit to Portland was part of a trip across the nation and followed a stop in Meacham, Oregon, on July 3, 1923. Events in Portland also included a parade, an address by Harding at Multnomah field, and a tribute to Oregon soldiers killed in World War I. See related image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1047, 371N1050, 371N1057, and 371N1172. Also see image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1049, 371N1052, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1055, 371N1056, 371N1058, 371N1059, 371N1060, and 373G0073 from Harding’s visit to Meacham.

Governor Walter M. Pierce, President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding in Meacham, Oregon

Photograph showing Oregon Governor Walter M. Pierce (left) speaking to President Warren G. Harding (center) in Meacham, Oregon, on July 3, 1923. First Lady Florence Harding is on the right. They are probably seated on the reviewing stand. A cropped version of this photograph was published on Page 6 of the Oregon Journal on July 4, 1923, with the following caption: “Governor Pierce of Oregon, President Harding, and Mrs. Harding.” The Hardings’ visit was part of a trip across the nation, which included a stop in Meacham to participate in events commemorating the anniversary of the first wagon train crossing of the Blue Mountains. The commemoration included an address by the president, the dedication of the old Oregon Trail, and a pageant depicting people and events in the history of whites’ arrival and settlement. The Oregon Journal published a story about the Meacham visit, headlined “President Dedicates Oregon Trail in Midst of Colorful Setting,” on the front page of the July 3, 1923 edition. See related image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1049, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1055, 371N1056, 371N1058, 371N1059, 371N1060, and 373G0073. Also see image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1047, 371N1050, 371N1051, 371N1057, and 371N1172 from Harding’s subsequent stop in Portland.

President Warren G. Harding on reviewing stand? in Meacham, Oregon

Photograph showing President Warren G. Harding seated and reading a document in Meacham, Oregon, on July 3, 1923. Harding was on a trip across the nation, which included a stop in Meacham to participate in events commemorating the anniversary of the first wagon train crossing of the Blue Mountains. A cropped version of this photograph was one of eight published on Page 8 of the Oregon Journal on July 4, 1923, under the headline “Scenes at Meacham Where Early West Lived Again for President Harding and Party.” This photograph had the following caption: “Closeup of the president as he read his address on The Oregon Trail.” The commemoration included the president’s speech, the dedication of the old Oregon Trail, and a pageant depicting people and events in the history of whites’ arrival and settlement. The Oregon Journal published a story about the Meacham visit, headlined “President Dedicates Oregon Trail in Midst of Colorful Setting,” on the front page of the July 3, 1923 edition. See related image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1049, 371N1052, 371N1054, 371N1055, 371N1056, 371N1058, 371N1059, 371N1060, and 373G0073. Also see image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1047, 371N1050, 371N1051, 371N1057, and 371N1172 from Harding’s subsequent stop in Portland. Image note: Negative damage.

Concord stagecoach carrying President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding in Meacham, Oregon

Photograph showing horse-drawn stagecoach with the words “Old Oregon Trail” on the side. The coach was carrying President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding during a parade from the train station in Meacham,Oregon on July 3, 1923. Also in the coach were Oregon Governor Walter M. Pierce and Washington Governor Louis F. Hart. The Hardings’ visit was part of a trip across the nation, which included a stop in Meacham to participate in events commemorating the anniversary of the first wagon train crossing of the Blue Mountains. The commemoration included an address by the president, the dedication of the old Oregon Trail, and a pageant depicting people and events in the history of whites’ arrival and settlement. A cropped version of this photograph was one of eight that were published on Page 8 of the Oregon Journal on July 4, 1923, under the headline “Scenes at Meacham Where Early West Lived Again for President Harding and Party.” This photograph had the following caption: “The president and Mrs. Harding seated in the old Concord coach which carried them from the train to the field where ceremonies were held. Mrs. Harding, on the rear seat, is waving at a baby held up by its father for to see the noted visitors.” The Oregon Journal published a story about the Meacham visit, headlined “President Dedicates Oregon Trail in Midst of Colorful Setting,” on the front page of the July 3, 1923 edition. See related image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1049, 371N1052, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1056, 371N1058, 371N1059, 371N1060, and 373G0073. Also see image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1047, 371N1050, 371N1051, 371N1057, and 371N1172 from Harding’s subsequent stop in Portland.

President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding greet spectators in Meacham, Oregon

Photograph showing President Warren G. Harding (center), reaching over the rail of his train car to shake hands with an unidentified man after arriving in Meacham, Oregon, on July 3, 1923. Oregon Governor Walter M. Pierce is standing behind President Harding, and First Lady Florence Harding is on the left. The Hardings’ visit was part of a trip across the nation, which included a stop in Meacham to participate in events commemorating the anniversary of the first wagon train crossing of the Blue Mountains. The commemoration included an address by the president, the dedication of the old Oregon Trail, and a pageant depicting people and events in the history of whites’ arrival and settlement. The Oregon Journal published a story about the Meacham visit, headlined “President Dedicates Oregon Trail in Midst of Colorful Setting,” on the front page of the July 3, 1923 edition. See related image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1049, 371N1052, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1055, 371N1058, 371N1059, 371N1060, and 373G0073. Also see image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1047, 371N1050, 371N1051, 371N1057, and 371N1172 from Harding’s subsequent stop in Portland.

President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding at Mount Scott cemetery in Portland

Photograph showing President Warren G. Harding (center, in dark jacket and light pants) and First Lady Florence Harding (left), among a crowd of people at Mount Scott cemetery in Portland on July 4, 1923. The Hardings participated in a tribute to Oregon soldiers killed in World War I and laid a wreath on a soldier’s grave. A cropped version of this photograph was one of four published on Page 7 of the Oregon Journal on July 5, 1923, under the headline “President Harding Spends Busy Day Here, Visits Wounded Soldiers, Honors Dead.” This photograph had the following caption: “Mr. and Mrs. Harding at the graves of Oregon soldiers of the Great war in Mount Scott cemetery.” The Hardings’ visit to Portland was part of a trip across the nation and followed a stop in Meacham, Oregon, on July 3, 1923. Events in Portland included a parade, an address by Harding at Multnomah field, and a visit to veterans at Hahnemann hospital. See related image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1047, 371N1050, 371N1051, and 371N1172. Also see image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1049, 371N1052, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1055, 371N1056, 371N1058, 371N1059, 371N1060, and 373G0073 from Harding’s visit to Meacham.

First Lady Florence Harding, President Warren G. Harding, and Governor Walter M. Pierce in Meacham, Oregon

Photograph showing First Lady Florence Harding (left), President Warren G. Harding (center), and Oregon Governor Walter M. Pierce (right), standing on the platform of a train car after arriving in Meacham, Oregon, on July 3, 1923. The Hardings’ visit was part of a trip across the nation, which included a stop in Meacham to participate in events commemorating the anniversary of the first wagon train crossing of the Blue Mountains. The commemoration included an address by the president, the dedication of the old Oregon Trail, and a pageant depicting people and events in the history of whites’ arrival and settlement. The Oregon Journal published a story about the Meacham visit, headlined “President Dedicates Oregon Trail in Midst of Colorful Setting,” on the front page of the July 3, 1923 edition. See related image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1049, 371N1052, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1055, 371N1056, 371N1059, 371N1060, and 373G0073. Also see image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1047, 371N1050, 371N1051, 371N1057, and 371N1172 from Harding’s subsequent stop in Portland.

Native people ride in commemorative pageant in Meacham, Oregon

Photograph showing a man dressed as a cowboy and native people from the Umatilla reservation riding in a pageant in Meacham, Oregon, on July 3, 1923. The pageant, attended by President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding, was part of events commemorating the anniversary of the first wagon train crossing of the Blue Mountains. The pageant depicted people and events in the history of whites’ arrival and settlement in Oregon. A cropped version of this photograph was one of eight that were published on Page 8 of the Oregon Journal on July 4, 1923, under the headline “Scenes at Meacham Where Early West Lived Again for President Harding and Party.” This photograph had the following caption: “Indians and cowboys parading for benefit of presidential party.” Events at the commemoration also included an address by the president and the dedication of the old Oregon Trail. The Oregon Journal published a story about the commemoration and the Hardings’ Meacham visit, headlined “President Dedicates Oregon Trail in Midst of Colorful Setting,” on the front page of the July 3, 1923 edition. See related image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1049, 371N1052, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1055, 371N1056, 371N1058, 371N1060, and 373G0073. Also see image Nos. 371N0140, 371N1047, 371N1050, 371N1051, 371N1057, and 371N1172 from Harding’s subsequent stop in Portland.

Covered wagons in commemorative pageant in Meacham, Oregon

Photograph showing covered wagons pulled by oxen and horses traveling in a pageant in Meacham, Oregon on July 3, 1923. The pageant, attended by President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding, was part of events commemorating the anniversary of the first wagon train crossing of the Blue Mountains. The pageant depicted people and events in the history of whites’ arrival and settlement in Oregon. The Oregon Journal published a story about the commemoration and the Hardings’ Meacham visit, headlined “President Dedicates Oregon Trail in Midst of Colorful Setting,” on the front page of the July 3, 1923 edition. See related image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1049, 371N1052, 371N1053, 371N1054, 371N1055, 371N1056, 371N1058, 371N1059, and 373G0073. Also see image Nos. 371N1048, 371N1050, 371N1051, 371N1057, and 371N1172 from Harding’s subsequent stop in Portland. Image note: Photograph shows discoloration due to deterioration of the negative.

Joe Harty, selling newspapers

Photograph showing newspaper vendor Joe Harty facing front, looking to the left, and holding out a copy of a newspaper. Harty, whose legs were amputated in a train accident when he was a child, is sitting on a low board with wheels, which he used for transportation. The photograph was probably taken at the corner of SW Broadway and Washington Street in Portland, where Harty sold newspapers for more than 40 years.

Joe Harty, selling newspapers

Photograph showing newspaper vendor Joe Harty facing front and smiling. He is holding a stack of newspapers under one arm. Harty, whose legs were amputated in a train accident when he was a child, is sitting on a low board with wheels, which he used for transportation. The photograph was probably taken at the corner of SW Broadway and Washington Street in Portland, where Harty sold newspapers for more than 40 years. The name “Joe Hardy [sic]” is written on the negative and is visible on the left side of the image.

Joe Harty, selling newspapers

Photograph showing vendor Joe Harty holding up a copy of a newspaper, probably the Oregon Journal, and looking to the right. A large headline across the top of the front page of the paper begins with the words “BULLETS AND.” Harty is holding a stack of additional papers under his arm. Harty, whose legs were amputated in a train accident when he was a child, is sitting on a low board with wheels, which he used for transportation. The photograph was probably taken at the corner of SW Broadway and Washington Street in Portland, where Harty sold newspapers for more than 40 years. Image note: The name “Joe Hardy [sic]” is written on the negative and is visible on the left side of the image.

Pilot Frank M. Hawks during refueling stop in Portland

Photograph of Captain Frank M. Hawks in the cockpit of his plane on Saturday, January 23, 1932, at Swan Island airport in Portland. Hawks made two brief fuel stops in Portland that day while flying from Agua Caliente, Mexico, to Vancouver, British Columbia, and back in a successful attempt to set a speed record. A similar photograph, image No. 371N1082, was published on Page 1 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, January 24, 1932. It accompanied a story headlined “Hawks Sets Record for 2-Way Dash.” According to the story, Hawks set a round-trip speed record of 13 hours, 43 minutes, 59 seconds.

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