A view from Council Crest Park looking SW over Tualatin Valley. White cross is Raleigh Hills, intersection of Scholls Ferry Road and Beaverton Highway. The negative number for this item was provided by OHS, no known negative number was given by Minor White.
The Multnomah County Courthouse and a public service building on SW Fourth Avenue and Salmon Street, looking northwest. A man washes the sidewalk at the corner. The Hotel Rowland is visible. Taken June 10, 1940.
House located at 1333 SW Thirteenth Avenue, on the northwest corner of the intersection with Columbia Street. House in background located on the SW corner of intersection at 1405 SW Thirteenth Avenue. Taken March 6, 1940. Same subject as Negative No. 390322-7.
Nighttime view of the Terminal Sales Building, constructed in 1927, viewed from SW Yamhill and Thirteenth, looking NE. A parking lot in front of the building advertises parking for $0.15, day or night. Taken February 28, 1940.
A busy street scene on the east side of First Avenue, looking north from Alder Street toward Washington Street. A streetcar bound for Oregon City is in the street, along with several pedestrians and automobiles. Greene’s Building, at right, and First National Bank Building, both constructed in 1882, would later be occupied by the Beebe Co., at left. This block was demolished in the early 1950s to make way for the Morrison Bridge ramps. Taken January 17, 1940.
Two men stand outside the Western Fruit & Produce Company, located at 507 SW Front Avenue. Located on the east side of Front, between Morrison and Alder Streets. Shekter & Co. is next door. Taken January 17, 1940. Same subject as Negative No. 381122-1.
A boat on the Willamette River. In the foreground, several men stand on a ship docked in the river. A smaller boat is also docked there. Black smoke rises from the other side of the river. The Northwestern Ice & Cold Storage Co. building is also visible on the other side of the river.
A man unloads a stack of lumber from a crane attached to a ship. Stacks of lumber are piled high on the dock. The ship’s funnel rises into the air behind the dock. Willamette River is visible in the background.
Detailed metal work on a balcony railing of the Kramer Building, located on the SW corner of Second Avenue and Washington Streets. The facade of another building visible in the background. Taken January 16, 1940.
Detailed metal work on a balcony railing of the Kramer Building, located on the SW corner of Second Avenue and Washington Streets. Rooftops, chimneys, and a bridge are visible in the background. Taken January 16, 1940.