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B. F. Boynton with 20-foot-long birthday cake at East Side Commercial Club, Portland

Photograph showing people sitting at a long dining table during a meeting of the East Side Commercial Club in Portland on Wednesday, November 13, 1935. At the front edge of the table is a 20-foot-long birthday cake with lit candles in honor of B. F. Boynton, the third person from left. A cropped version of this photograph was published on Page 14 of the Oregon Journal on Thursday, November 14, 1935, under the headline “Not for Goliath, But for Boynton.” The photograph had the following caption: “This huge birthday cake, 20 feet long by 8 inches wide, was served Wednesday at the East Side Commercial club in honor of B. F. Boynton, prominent member. The 100-pound cake bore 80 anniversary candles and was presented by Dr. Paul E. Dutton, club president. From left are Jess L. Colby, manager of Alert Transfer company; Dr. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Boynton, Art Lee and William Jossey, East Side Auto terminal directors.” See related image No. 372A0065. Image note: The name “Benny Boynton” is written on the negative and is visible at the bottom of the image.

Mr and Mrs. B. F. Boynton with 20-foot-long birthday cake at East Side Commercial Club meeting

Photograph showing Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boynton sitting at a dining table during a meeting of the East Side Commercial Club in Portland on Wednesday, November 13, 1935. At the front of the table, a huge birthday cake with lit candles is visible. On Thursday, November 14, 1935, a similar photograph, image No. 372A0066, was published on Page 14 of the Oregon Journal. In the caption for that photograph, the Journal reported: “This huge birthday cake, 20 feet long by 8 inches wide, was served Wednesday at the East Side Commercial club in honor of B. F. Boynton, prominent member. The 100-pound cake bore 80 anniversary candles and was presented by Dr. Paul E. Dutton, club president.” Image note: The name “Benny Boynton” is written on the negative and is visible at the bottom of the image.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Congressman Charles H. Martin, and Governor Julius L. Meier in president’s motorcade

Photograph of President Franklin D. Roosevelt waving from an open-topped car during a parade on August 3, 1934. Oregon Congressman Charles H. Martin is seated next to Roosevelt, and Oregon Governor Julius L. Meier is in the front seat. The president arrived in Portland by ship on August 3, then traveled by car along a parade route through the city and along Sandy Boulevard on his way to the Bonneville dam construction site. At he dam site, he gave a speech about the project. Image note: The number 67 is written on the negative and is visible in the lower right corner of the image. See related image Nos. 371N2168, 371N21769, 371N2170, 371N2171, 371N2172, 371N2174, 371N2190, 371N2192, 371N2193, 371N2194, 371N2195, 371N2197, and 372A1257. Also see image No. 371N2186 of crowds touring the ship on which the president arrived in Portland.

Mary Pickford holding bouquet of roses at Union Station, Portland

Photograph showing actress and producer Mary Pickford holding a bouquet of roses at Union Station in Portland on Friday, May 17, 1935. A cropped version of this photograph and image No. 372A0459 were published on the May 17 front page of the Oregon Journal. The photographs had the headline “ ‘America’s Sweetheart’ Visits.” This photograph had the following caption information: “ ‘Our Mary’ as she looks in a ‘close-up.’ “ The photographs accompanied a story headlined “Sweetheart of America Visits Here.” According to the story, Pickford stopped briefly in Portland on her way from Hollywood, California, to Seattle, Washington, where she was to perform on the stage in “Coquette.” See additional related image No. 372A0458. Image note: The text “Pickford” is written on the negative and is visible on the left side of the image.

Tents at Civilian Conservation Corps’ Toll Gate camp near Rhododendron, Oregon?

Photograph showing a row of 10 or more tents, probably at the Civilian Conservation Corps’ Toll Gate camp. The Toll Gate camp was located off the Mount Hood Loop Highway (now Highway 26) near Rhododendron, Oregon, several miles from the CCC camp at Zigzag. See related image Nos. 371N5969, 371N5970, 371N5971, 372A0751, 372A0752, 372A0753, 372A0754, 372A0755, 372A0756, 372A0757, 372A0758, 372A0759, 372A0760, 372A0761, 372A0762, 372A0763, and 372A0764.

Tents at Civilian Conservation Corps’ Toll Gate camp near Rhododendron, Oregon

Photograph showing tents and a small building at the Civilian Conservation Corps’ Toll Gate camp. The first residents of the camp were men from Illinois. The camp was located off the Mount Hood Loop Highway (now Highway 26) near Rhododendron, Oregon, several miles from the CCC camp at Zigzag. A cropped version of this photograph, along with image Nos. 372A0751, 372A0752, and 372A0762, was published on Page 2 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, May 28, 1933. The photographs were published under the headline “Camp Workers Move Into Mount Hood Area.” They accompanied a story headlined “Forest Crew Starts Work In Hood Area.” This photograph had the following caption: “The tent city set up for the Illinois men.” See related image Nos. 371N5969, 371N5970, 371N5972, 372A0751, 372A0752, 372A0753, 372A0754, 372A0755, 372A0756, 372A0757, 372A0758, 372A0759, 372A0760, 372A0761, 372A0762, 372A0763, and 372A0764.

Buildings at Civilian Conservation Corps camp in Zigzag, Oregon

Photograph showing wooden buildings at the Civilian Conservation Corps camp in Zigzag, Oregon. This photograph, along with image No. 372A0755, was published on Page 2 of the Oregon Journal on May 27, 1933, under the headline “Here’s Where a Forest Army Will Live.” This photograph had the following caption: “Surrounded by great mountains covered with giant trees, a detachment of recruits in the civilian conservation corps built these buildings which will house the more than 200 members of the camp at Zig Zag in the Mount Hood National forest.” See related image Nos. 371N5969, 371N5971, 371N5972, 372A0751, 372A0752, 372A0753, 372A0754, 372A0755, 372A0756, 372A0757, 372A0758, 372A0759, 372A0760, 372A0761, 372A0762, 372A0763, and 372A0764.

P. J. MacAuley of Meier & Frank, seated at desk

Half-length portrait of P. J. MacAuley, sales promotion and advertising manager of the Meier & Frank Co., seated at a desk on April 30, 1935. In a story headlined “Sonnenschein Assumed High Post in Store,” published on Page 4 of the April 30 edition, the Oregon Journal reported that MacAuley was retiring and would be succeeded by Hugo Sonnenschein of New York. See related image No. 372A0543, of Sonnenschein, and No. 372A0544, which was published with the Journal story. Image note: The name “McCauley [sic]” is written on the negative and is faintly visible at the bottom of the photograph. Image shows discoloration due to deterioration of the negative.

Two baseball players for Wine Barons

Portrait of two unidentified baseball players wearing caps and shirts with the words “Wine Barons” on the chest. They are standing outside a building, probably the Journal Building (now known as the Jackson Tower) in Portland. Also see image No. 370A0095. Image note: Damaged negative.

Two baseball players for Wine Barons

Portrait of two unidentified baseball players wearing caps and shirts with the words “Wine Barons” on the chest. They are standing outside a building, probably the Journal Building (now known as the Jackson Tower) in Portland. Also see image No. 370A0096. Image note: Damaged negative.

Two baseball players for Cooperage with man in suit

Portrait of three unidentified men standing in a row outside a building, probably the Journal Building (now known as the Jackson Tower) in Portland. The man in the center is wearing a suit, collared shirt, and tie; the men at left and right are wearing caps and jerseys with the word “Cooperage” on the chest.

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