Lieutenant Anna Pardew, of United States Army Nurse Corps, seated at a table with her daughter Olivia Jane, 3. Food can be seen on the table in front of the pair. Both were evacuated from the Santo Thomas camp in the Philippines in 1945 after having been there since 1942. A photograph from this series was published on page 4 of the Oregon Journal on Monday, March 19, 1945. (negative 3 of 3).
People gathered on the street in downtown Portland, celebrating the end of World War II. A woman and a young child sit on a curb, next to several other people who are standing. Paper litters the ground. Photographs from this series were published in the Oregon Journal on Wednesday, August 15, 1945 (negative 6 of 40).
Wolf, an ex-war dog belonging to Mr. and Mrs. F. Clayton Beatty (316 N. Buffalo Street), with their daughter Tamara. The five-year-old has her arms around the dog, sitting in a living room with various flower patterns. Wolf was one of several northwest dogs enlisted during World War II. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal Sunday, January 19, 1947 (negative 1 of 1).
People stand on the side of a street to watch the Portland Rose Festival parade. A child appears to be standing inside a large plastic bag, being shielded from the rain. Photographs from this series were published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, June 13, 1948 (negative 11 of 22).
A child holds a balloon while watching the Portland Rose Festival parade. A zebra is printed on the balloon, and people can be seen smiling in the background, while seated on a curb. Photographs from this series were published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, June 13, 1948 (negative 8 of 22).
John S. Howland and four sons, standing in the kitchen of their Corbett home on Brower Road. Their clothes are visibly dirtied, and cracks can be seen in the wall behind them. Howland is wearing overalls and looking down at the children. A similar photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Wednesday, December 29, 1948 (negative 5 of 11). Original sleeve title: “Poor family.”
Two children and several dogs, on the porch of the home of John S. Howland, of Brower Road in Corbett. One of the boys is leaning on a railing towards the camera, while the other is holding two dogs. The building shows visible deterioration and wear. A photograph from this series was published in the Oregon Journal on Wednesday, December 29, 1948 (negative 6 of 11). Original sleeve title: “Poor family.”
Two children of John S. Howland, of Brower Road in Corbett, look through the glass window of a door. Two dogs are facing towards the boys. The building shows visible deterioration and wear. A photograph from this series was published in the Oregon Journal on Wednesday, December 29, 1948 (negative 7 of 11). Original sleeve title: “Poor family.”
The Tigner quadruplets, born in Portland, holding a photograph (taken by Al Monner), of their mother and new twin siblings. In the photograph, Mrs. L.D. Tigner holds Donald (inside) and Daney (outside). Quadruplets are: Beatrice, Dee Jerry, Carol, and August, photographed at 30 months old. A similar photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, March 27, 1949 (negative 1 of 6).
A child stands on a wooden fence in Linnton. He is leaning downward towards a dog, which is standing on its hind legs. Behind the pair is a house and grassy hillside (negative 5 of 31). Original sleeve title: Portland communities - Linnton.
Photograph showing two children on a seesaw at an unidentified Portland city park. One child is sitting in front of the other, and the seesaw end is in the air. In the background is a sidewalk and trees (negative 10 of 26). See negative 330-22.
Photograph showing three children, standing in a field near St. Helens and Columbia City. A calf is standing in between them, with two of the smaller children putting their arms over its back. A taller boy is holding the head of the calf, with a rope in the other hand. A dirt road and fence can be seen in the background (negative 3 of 14).
Portland children, dressed in costume, playing in a garage. One boy is holding a pole with a small animal on it, while several others have mustaches painted on their faces. Two children are holding a cardboard sign reading “Chinese War Relief Party, Admission 10 cents” (negative 25 of 28). Original sleeve title: Kids on our block.
Five-year-old trick rider Carol Armtrout, standing in the saddle of a galloping horse. She has both arms raised and is looking towards the camera. Most likely taken at Multnomah Stadium, empty stands can be seen in the background (negative 2 of 4).
An indigenous woman holding a child at the Pendleton Round-Up. She stands in front of an area of tipis, and appears to be combing the child’s hair. Photographs from this series were published in the Oregon Journal on Thursday, September 11, 1952 (negative 14 of 14).
Children dressed as reindeer during a fairy tale parade in Portland. “Rudolph,” “Dasher,” and “Dancer” are written on the front of the costumes, as the children wear harnesses attached to the sleigh (negative 7 of 9).
Boys and nuns at the St. Mary's of the Valley orphanage, in Beaverton. The boys are seated at tables in a dining room, as two nuns stand next to the table, holding a plate of food and pouring milk (negative 6 of 7).
Adolescents at a doll show at a clubhouse in Laurelhurst Park. Three girls stand in front of a table laden with dolls, as one points downward at a doll. Other girl can be seen looking at tables in the background (negative 1 of 4).
A man shows two children a hand puppet during an exhibit at the Portland Art Museum in Portland. The man is seated and holding the horned doll towards two girls, one is which is holding two dolls (negative 1 of 12).
A large hatch of tent caterpillars at the home of Grace Hexon, at route No. 2, box 409, Portland. Hexon's daughter M'Liss looks at a caterpillar covered swing, as she reaches her left arm towards it. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Wednesday, May 19, 1954 (negative 3 of 12).