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Bus lying on railroad tracks

Photograph of two unidentified men looking at a bus that is lying on its side on railroad tracks. On the front of the bus is a destination sign for Portland. The bus appears to have fallen down the slope on the right side of the photograph. The damaged wall shown in image No. 371N3123 may be related to this crash.

Bus accident

Photograph of a Southern Pacific Motor Transportation Company bus stuck in a tilted position on the slope next to a road. Several unidentified men are gathered near the bus.

Mrs. Herbert Malarkey, Helen Hawkins, and Mayor George L. Baker at bus-christening ceremony in Portland

Photograph showing (from left) Mrs. Herbert Malarkey, Helen Hawkins, and Portland Mayor George L. Baker front of a new Southern Pacific company bus during a ceremony outside Portland City Hall on September 19, 1927. Hawkins, who christened the bus, is holding a large bouquet of flowers and the neck of a bottle wrapped in ribbon. Baker is holding one end of the ribbon. The ceremony celebrated the new Southern Pacific bus service to the Willamette Valley. The Oregon Journal published a short story, headlined “New Bus Line is Christened in Portland,” on Page 2 of its September 19, 1927, city edition. See related image Nos. 371N0114, 371N0116, 371N0117, 371N5110, 371N5111, and 371N5112.

Bus accident

A bus that has damaged the porch area of a house at 8101 N. Portsmouth Avenue. Children looking at the bus and the camera can be seen in the foreground of the photograph. A sign on the bus reads “101” and “Fessenden St” (negative 2 of 7).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Sandy Boulevard bus

A street corner on Sandy Boulevard, looking northeast. A group of people appear to be lining up to board a bus with “Sandy Blvd” and “82nd Avenue” signs on the front. The Hollywood Theatre can be seen in the distance on the south side of the street (negative 17 of 24).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Southeast 39th Avenue

Photograph showing the corner of SE 39th Avenue and likely SE Hawthorne Boulevard. A Shell gas station is on the corner, with houses visible behind. Passengers are waiting to board a bus with a “Thirty-Ninth” sign on the front (negative 14 of 25). Original sleeve title: Portland communities - Hawthorne Ave.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oregon Shipyards workmen boarding bus

Photograph showing workmen at Oregon Shipyards boarding a bus, which appears to be parked in a lot with other buses. On the front of the bus are signs that read “Fifty Second” and “52nd via Greely and BT Line.” Likely taken at Kaiser’s Oregon Shipbuilding Company northwest of St. Johns (negative 15 of 16).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Cooperative bus run by workmen at Oregon Shipyards

Photograph showing a cooperative bus at Oregon Shipyards in Portland, with “Oregon City Liberty Club” painted on the side. The vehicle appears to be at a parking area at Oregon Shipyards, with the west hills visible in the distance. Likely taken at Kaiser’s Oregon Shipbuilding Company northwest of St. Johns (negative 9 of 16).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

View of Vanport City street

People on a sidewalk outside of a school in Vanport. A man and woman stand next to a sign that reads “No Parking” while a school bus can be seen parked along the curb in the distance. On the left side of the street is a “Shopping Center” building (negative 2 of 11).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Mt. Hood Skiway

A Mt. Hood aerial skiway bus, suspended on wires over a recently cleared pathway. Metal towers can be seen in the distance, and an automobile drives on a dirt road under the bus. Mount Hood is in the distance. The Mt. Hood Skiway used two modified city buses to haul visitors from Government Camp to Timberline Lodge (negative 3 of 9).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Bus accident

Photograph of a Southern Pacific Motor Transportation Company bus stuck in a tilted position on the slope next to a road. An unidentified man is standing on one of the bus’s rear wheels, and other unidentified men are standing on the road nearby.

Helen Hawkins and two unidentified men with bus after christening ceremony

Photograph of Helen Hawkins and two unidentified men at the open door of a bus. Hawkins is poised to step onto the bus as the man at left, possibly a steward, holds her elbow with one hand and a suitcase in the other hand. The man at right, possibly the bus driver, is holding the door of the bus. The photograph was taken in Portland on September 19, 1927, after a ceremony celebrating the launch of the Southern Pacific company’s new bus service to the Willamette Valley. Hawkins performed a christening of one of the new buses. The Oregon Journal published a short story about the ceremony, headlined “New Bus Line is Christened in Portland,” on Page 2 of its September 19, 1927 city edition. The Oregonian newspaper, which published a story on September 20, 1927, reported that after the ceremony, city council members and Southern Pacific office staff took a short ride around Portland on the new buses. See related image Nos. 371N0115, 371N0116, 371N0117, 371N5111, and 371N5112.

Helen Hawkins christening new bus at ceremony in Portland

Photograph showing Helen Hawkins smashing a bottle on the front of a new Southern Pacific company bus during a ceremony outside Portland City Hall on September 19, 1927. Watching at right is Portland Mayor George L. Baker; at left is Mrs. Herbert Malarkey. The ceremony celebrated the new Southern Pacific bus service to the Willamette Valley. The Oregon Journal published a short story, headlined “New Bus Line is Christened in Portland,” on Page 2 of its September 19, 1927 city edition. See related image Nos. 371N0115, 371N0116, 371N0117, 371N5110, 371N5111, and 371N5112.

Bus on snowy route between Portland and The Dalles

Photograph, taken from behind, showing a Columbia Stages bus on a snow-covered road in a forest. Snowbanks are piled on either side of the road. In the background, unidentified people, probably bus passengers shoveling the road, are standing on the snowbanks. See related image Nos. 376G0093, 376G0095, 376G0096, 376G0097, 376G0098, 376G0099, 376G0100, and 376G0101.

Skiers outside Timberline Lodge

Photograph showing a group of skiers outside Timberline Lodge. They are holding skis and standing next to a bus with “Columbia Highway - Mt. Hood Loop” painted on the side. The lodge is behind the group, with snow and icicles visible on the roof (negative 11 of 18).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Cooperative bus run by workmen at Oregon Shipyards

Photograph showing a cooperative bus at Oregon Shipyards in Portland, with “Rockwood Defense Club, Phone Sunset 9087” painted on the side. The vehicle appears to be at a parking area at Oregon Shipyards, with the west hills visible in the distance. Likely taken at Kaiser’s Oregon Shipbuilding Company northwest of St. Johns (negative 4 of 16).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Cooperative bus run by workmen at Oregon Shipyards

Photograph showing a cooperative bus at Oregon Shipyards in Portland, with “Sandy Blvd Defense Club, Members Wanted” painted on the side. The vehicle appears to be at a parking area at Oregon Shipyards, with the west hills visible in the distance. Likely taken at Kaiser’s Oregon Shipbuilding Company northwest of St. Johns (negative 7 of 16).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Cooperative bus run by workmen at Oregon Shipyards

Photograph showing a cooperative bus at Oregon Shipyards in Portland, with “Deer Island to Oregon Shipyards, Riders Wanted” on the front. The vehicle appears to be at a parking area at Oregon Shipyards, with the west hills visible in the distance. Likely taken at Kaiser’s Oregon Shipbuilding Company northwest of St. Johns (negative 8 of 16).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Train barn at North Killingsworth Street and North Mississippi Avenue

A brick train and bus barn at North Killingsworth Street and North Mississippi Avenue. Numbers have been placed on the brick facade over bays, many of which hold a train or bus. At the ride side of the frame is a man using a hose to clean a train with a sign for “Broadway” on the front. Train tracks pass the front of the building (negative 13 of 14). Original sleeve title: Portland communities - Albina and Killingsworth Streets.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Northeast Grand Avenue and East Burnside Street

Photograph taken from under a covered building showing NE Grand Avenue and likely E Burnside Street. The sidewalk is covered in an arched structure, from which a building with a tiled roof can be seen with a sign for “Dr. Dean.” a bus is parked next to the pillared archway. Above the side is a sign for “K&K Cafe” (negative 12 of 15). Original sleeve title: Portland communities - Grand Avenue.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Union High School, Sweet Home

Students in front of the Union High School building in Sweet Home. They gather in front of a school bus parked next to a sidewalk (negative 2 of 7).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Mt. Hood Skiway

A Mt. Hood aerial skiway bus, suspended on wires next to a lower base station building. Several automobiles are parked next to the building, and Mount hood can be seen in this distance. The Mt. Hood Skiway used two modified city buses to haul visitors from Government Camp to Timberline Lodge (negative 2 of 9).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Mt. Hood Skiway

A Mt. Hood aerial skiway bus, suspended on wires at the metal tower. Other towers can be seen in the distance, with a logged pathway extending towards a shoulder of Mount Hoot. The top of the mountain is on the left side of the frame. The Mt. Hood Skiway used two modified city buses to haul visitors from Government Camp to Timberline Lodge (negative 4 of 9).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Mt. Hood Skiway

A Mt. Hood aerial skiway bus, suspended on wires over a pathway recently cleared of logs. Wooden spools of wire from Roebling litter the ground, with Mount Hood visible in the distance. The Mt. Hood Skiway used two modified city buses to haul visitors from Government Camp to Timberline Lodge (negative 5 of 9).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Mt. Hood Skiway

A Mt. Hood aerial skiway bus, suspended on wires next to a lower base station building. “Skiway to Timberline Lodge” is painted across the side of the bus. A metal tower structure can be seen at the right side of the frame. The Mt. Hood Skiway used two modified city buses to haul visitors from Government Camp to Timberline Lodge (negative 9 of 9).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Search for kidnapper of George Brice

The Jay W. Stevens disaster car, acting as a command center after the attempted kidnapping of 9-year-old George Brice from his third grade classroom at the Caitlin-Hillside school in at 651 N.W. Culpepper Terrace. People stand outside the open door of the vehicle, which is parked next to an automobile and motorcycle. Police undertook a man-hunt for the suspect in the west hills of Portland. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Saturday, March 20, 1954 (negative 4 of 12).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

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