View of the Hotel Chewaucan, located on a street corner in Paisley, Oregon. On the corner of the street is a sign designating the road as Oregon Highway 31 and a directional marker showing the distance and direction to nearby towns, including Bend, Lakeview, Bly and more. One automobile is parked in front of the hotel. The caption on the negative sleeve reads, "Search for robbers of Paisley post office" (negative 6 of 9).
View of a road and businesses in Paisley, Oregon. On the left, several automobiles are parked in front of a store with a sign that reads, "Paisley Merc. General Merchandise." A large tree stands next to the store. Several other shops, including a grocery store, are visible to the right and up the street. The caption on the negative sleeve reads, "Search for robbers of Paisley post office" (negative 4 of 9).
Two men kneel in the penguin enclosure at the Oregon Zoo in Portland, Oregon. The man on the left holds his hand out to a group of approaching penguins. The man on the right smiles as a penguin stands in front of him. In the background, a small group of visitors watch the scene from above the enclosure. The caption on the negative sleeve reads, "Penguins checked by Alan Best, of the Vancouver B.C. zoo - and Jack Marks, Portland Zoo" (negative 1 of 8).
A group of penguins walk in an enclosure at the Oregon Zoo in Portland, Oregon. They walk away from a pool of water behind them. In the background, scattered visitors watch the scene from above the enclosure (negative 7 of 8).
Alice Miller, a novice at St. Mary's of the Valley. She is seated and wearing a religious habit. A portrait of Jesus Christ hangs on the wall behind her. This photograph was taken shortly after her father, Ivan Miller, filed a suit to have her removed from the Catholic convent against her will (negative 3 of 6).
A young woman holding a toy poodle during a Holy Family Mothers Club event. The woman is wearing a dirndl and is seated with the dog in her lap. The dog is wearing a large tulle-ruffle collar (negative 1 of 4).
A side-by-side view of the replacement Morrison Bridge under construction and the 1905 Morrison Bridge. A line of automobiles drives across the older bridge which is still in use. The draw spans on the new bridge are locked in their open position by members of the labor union during a strike over working conditions (negative 1 of 4).
A mallard duck and ducklings in a box with a "Harbor Police" ring buoy on top. The ducks were rescued from SW Park Avenue and Taylor street and returned to the Willamette river by harbor patrol officers (negative 1 of 3).
Two teenage patients at Emanuel Hospital playing chess. One patient is in a hospital bed with their foot elevated in a cast. The other patient is seated in a wheelchair beside the bed. A chess board is set up on the table between the two (negative 3 of 5).
A woman is in the process of painting a portrait of a young boy during an art show in the Portland Park Blocks. A sign hanging from the back of her easel reads, "Portraits by Betty, $1.00." (negative 8 of 9).
A group of Firefighters working to extinguish a structural fire at a hardware store on the corner of Vancouver Avenue and Russell Street. Several firefighters stand among smoking debris in the background of the photograph. In the foreground two Firefighters stand holding a fire hose. A young, African American boy stands beside them looking back at the camera (negative 2 of 2).
A sailboat and large barge passing under the lifted section of the Interstate Bridge between Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington during the dedication ceremony for the newly constructed second span of the bridge (negative 16 of 18).
Members of the 4th Infantry marching band from Fort Lewis performing at the dedication ceremony for the opening of the second span of the Interstate Bridge between Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington (negative 2 of 18).
Two firefighters kneeling beside a carafe of coffee taking a break during recovery efforts following an explosion at the Signal Fireworks Company warehouse near SE 84th Avenue and Powell Boulevard. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on July 6, 1958 (negative 10 of 10).
William Howe Jr. and his Wife, Alice Howe, lying in hospital beds recovering from injuries received as the result of an explosion at the Signal Fireworks Company warehouse near SE 84th Avenue and Powell Boulevard. Their daughter, Mary Beth Howe, age 4, perished in the explosion. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal July 6, 1958 (negative 1 of 8).
A man drives heavy construction machinery next to a wrecking ball crane on the construction site of the Lloyd shopping center in Portland, Oregon. A second man stands next to the machine and looks at the camera. The construction site is a large, cleared, dirt area. The caption on the negative sleeve reads, "Men starting on Lloyd project after strike - R.A. Heintz (contractor), Owen M. Cork (mechanic), Chris Bespflug (oiler), Russell Clemence (crane operator), F.C. Scott (superintendent)" (negative 3 of 3).
Four children stand side-by-side and smile behind a table in the social room of the Holy Rosary Church in Portland, Oregon. There are cakes, flowers, and a bowl of fruit punch on the table. They are the Tigner quadruplets, and they are celebrating their 12th birthday. Pictured left to right are Dee Jerry Tigner, Carole Tigner, Beatrice Tigner and August Tigner. Dee Jerry and August wear matching suits and Carole and Beatrice wear matching dresses. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on August 23, 1958 (negative 1 of 2).
A woman holding an umbrella stands on the corner of an intersection at SW 4th Avenue in downtown Portland. It is raining and the street is wet. Manning's Tea and the Farmer's Market are visible on the other side of the street. The caption on the negative sleeve reads, "First rain in Portland after long, dry summer" (negative 4 of 6).
Erika Kraft sits on a chair with her arms around the back of the chair. She rests her chin on her hands and smiles while looking to the left of the camera. There is a window behind her. The caption on the negative sleeve reads, "Erika Kraft - featured skater with Holiday On Ice show" (negative 3 of 4).
Dorreen Cannon sits and holds up a key. She balances the key between 2 fingers. She smiles and looks to the left of the camera. The key is from a villa in Iran where Cannon and other dancers stayed on their tour. The villa was owned by the Shah of Iran. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on September 5, 1958 (negative 1 of 4).