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David H. Smith and two unidentified men loading seaplane for Oregon Journal delivery

Photograph showing David H. Smith and two unidentified men loading copies of the Oregon Journal onto a Curtiss seaplane in June 1920. A cropped version of this photograph was one of two that were published on Page 6 of the Journal on Sunday, June 13, 1920. The photographs were published under the headline “Loading Journal Delivery Seaplane for Trial Trip.” This photograph had the following caption: “Scenes at landing basin of O. W. I. [Oregon, Washington, & Idaho] Airplane Company, where a fleet of Curtiss seaplanes will load afternoon editions of The Journal for delivery to Astoria and Seaside throughout the summer. Above―David H. Smith, circulation manager of The Journal, aiding in loading the big ship for its trial trip.” The photographs accompanied the continuation of a front-page story about the beginning of Journal delivery by seaplane to Astoria and Seaside. See related image Nos. 373G0541 and 373G0542.

David H. Smith and two unidentified men loading seaplane for Oregon Journal delivery

Photograph showing Oregon Journal circulation manager David H. Smith and two unidentified men loading copies of the Journal onto a Curtiss seaplane in June 1920. The plane was being loaded for a trial run to Astoria and Seaside, where the Journal planned to deliver papers by seaplane throughout the summer of 1920. The Journal published a story about the new delivery service, headlined “Journal Arranges Airplane Delivery,” on the front page if its Sunday, June 13, 1920, edition. A similar photograph to this one, image No. 373G0540, was published on Page 6 of the June 13 edition. Also see additional related image No. 373G0542.

Oral History Interview with Al Monner, by Don Sterling [Transcript]

Transcript. Monner discusses his career as a photographer for the Oregon Journal and the Oregonian. He discusses how he got his start taking aerial photos for Brubaker. He also talks about mountain climbing, his relationship with the Gypsies in Portland and the American Indians of the Warm Springs Reservation.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oral History Interview with Al Monner, by Don Sterling [Sound Recording 01]

Tape 1, Side 1. Monner discusses his career as a photographer for the Oregon Journal and the Oregonian. He discusses how he got his start taking aerial photos for Brubaker. He also talks about mountain climbing, his relationship with the Gypsies in Portland and the American Indians of the Warm Springs Reservation.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oral History Interview with Al Monner, by Don Sterling [Sound Recording 02]

Tape 1, Side 2. Monner discusses his career as a photographer for the Oregon Journal and the Oregonian. He discusses how he got his start taking aerial photos for Brubaker. He also talks about mountain climbing, his relationship with the Gypsies in Portland and the American Indians of the Warm Springs Reservation.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oral History Interview with Al Monner, by Don Sterling [Sound Recording 03]

Tape 2, Side 1. Monner discusses his career as a photographer for the Oregon Journal and the Oregonian. He discusses how he got his start taking aerial photos for Brubaker. He also talks about mountain climbing, his relationship with the Gypsies in Portland and the American Indians of the Warm Springs Reservation.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oral History Interview with Al Monner, by Don Sterling [Sound Recording 04]

Tape 2, Side 2. Monner discusses his career as a photographer for the Oregon Journal and the Oregonian. He discusses how he got his start taking aerial photos for Brubaker. He also talks about mountain climbing, his relationship with the Gypsies in Portland and the American Indians of the Warm Springs Reservation.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oral History Interview with Al Monner, by Don Sterling [Sound Recording 05]

Tape 3, Side 1. Monner discusses his career as a photographer for the Oregon Journal and the Oregonian. He discusses how he got his start taking aerial photos for Brubaker. He also talks about mountain climbing, his relationship with the Gypsies in Portland and the American Indians of the Warm Springs Reservation.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oral History Interview with Al Monner, by Don Sterling [Sound Recording 06]

Tape 3, Side 2. Monner discusses his career as a photographer for the Oregon Journal and the Oregonian. He discusses how he got his start taking aerial photos for Brubaker. He also talks about mountain climbing, his relationship with the Gypsies in Portland and the American Indians of the Warm Springs Reservation.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oral History Interview with Al Monner, by Don Sterling

  • SR 1068
  • Collection
  • 1993-02-25 - 1993-03-04

Monner discusses his career as a photographer for the Oregon Journal and the Oregonian. He discusses how he got his start taking aerial photos for Brubaker. He also talks about mountain climbing, his relationship with the Gypsies in Portland and the American Indians of the Warm Springs Reservation.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Portland police captain reading Oregon Journal

Half-length portrait showing an unidentified Portland police captain sitting at a desk and looking at the front page of the Sunday, October 29, 1939, edition of the Oregon Journal. He is in uniform and is facing to the left. The photograph may have been taken on November 1, 1939; a desk calendar at bottom left is turned to that date.

The Bo's'n's Whistle, Volume 01, Number 02

Employee newspaper for Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation covering shipyard productivity and current projects, safety and injury reports, war bond drives, employee sports leagues, award recipients, and human-interest stories. Topical coverage in this issue includes: Brief history of shipbuilding; feature on African American janitorial staff; article on employment and payroll increases and improved transportation services; a two page photograph spread on welders; employee birthdays; a notice from local labor leaders; a series of photographs depicting the Columbia River Shipbuilding Corporation's plant from 1917-1920; employee photographs; safety notices; jokes and cartoons.

Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation

The Bo's'n's Whistle, Volume 01, Number 04

Employee newspaper for Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation covering shipyard productivity and current projects, safety and injury reports, war bond drives, employee sports leagues, award recipients, and human-interest stories. Topical coverage in this issue includes: An article about the impending launch of the first ship from the Oregon Shipyard; Story about a war casualty that was a relative of Roy Bennett, a maintenance worker; a feature on the workers of the plate shop at the shipyard; an explanation and chart of ship and facilities construction shifts; an article detailing various construction cranes using dinosaur metaphor; a notice entitled "The Foreman as a Leader"; miscellaneous news items and cartoons; reader suggestions; training announcements; and requests for safety suggestions.

Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation

The Bo's'n's Whistle, Volume 01, Number 03

Employee newspaper for Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation covering shipyard productivity and current projects, safety and injury reports, war bond drives, employee sports leagues, award recipients, and human-interest stories. Topical coverage in this issue includes: Segment titled "All Hands On Deck!" detailing the naming of the Bo's'n's' Whistle and soliciting for content suggestions; safety notices; employment announcements; housing advertisements; an article about the work of shipbuilding including drafting, rigging and molding; an article about Benson Polytechnic Defense Training School advertising tradecraft courses; notices from management; Articles on the installation of IBM accounting machines and associated punch card technology; Article about Esther Hawley Holmes a stenographer and aspiring engineer; safety advertisements and motivational poetry.

Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation

The Bo's'n's Whistle, Volume 01, Number 07

Employee newspaper for Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation covering shipyard productivity and current projects, safety and injury reports, war bond drives, employee sports leagues, award recipients, and human-interest stories. Topical coverage in this issue includes: Photographs and illustrations from the launch of the Star of Oregon on Sept 27, 1941; an article about the Star of Oregon launch, and the next ships to be launched; notes and letters of congratulations from employees; advertising for the formation of an employee band; poems; a two-page photo spread titled "Labor Men and Ships: Workers Lauded"; an article about workers leisure activities; an article about vocational trailing and procedures for enrollment; safety messages and cartoons; and USO advertising.

Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation

The Bo's'n's Whistle, Volume 01, Number 05

Employee newspaper for Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation covering shipyard productivity and current projects, safety and injury reports, war bond drives, employee sports leagues, award recipients, and human-interest stories. Topical coverage in this issue includes: A message from Rear Admiral Emory S. Land of the United States Maritime Commission; articles about the scheduled launch of the Star of Oregon on September 27, 1941; advertisements for trade extension classes; an article detailing transportation issues and facilities in the shipyard and Portland industrial areas; Transcripts of speeches given by Emory S. Land and Henry J. Kaiser, both on August 16, 1941; employee safety messages and cartoons; Opinion pages and employee contributions; a piece on the merits of welding based ship construction versus riveting methods; and motivational illustrations.

Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation

The Bo's'n's Whistle, Volume 01, Number 06

Employee newsletter for the Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation. Special edition titled "Liberty Fleet Day" commemorating the launch of the Star of Oregon. Contents include: An article describing circumstances behind "Liberty Fleet Day" and the launching of twelve liberty ships from shipyards around the country on September 27, 1941; the launching day program; the story of the naming of the Star of Oregon and the construction of the ship; a promotional statement on the ship launching ceremony; an article about the various leisure activities workers participated in; a historical perspective and physical comparison of the Star of Oregon and its namesake; An article advertising vocational training courses at Benson Polytechnic School; an article about superstitions involving launching ceremonies; cartoons, illustrations and photographs; a short piece about the availability of supplementary reading material made available to shipyard workers by the Portland Library Association; a list of children born to shipyard employees; an advertisement for a private shipyard launch party at Janzen Beach; safety messages and illustrations; a poem by Joaquin Miller accompanied by an illustration.

Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation

The Bo's'n's Whistle, Volume 01, Number 09

Employee newspaper for Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation covering shipyard productivity and current projects, safety and injury reports, war bond drives, employee sports leagues, award recipients, and human-interest stories. Topical coverage in this issue includes: Schedule of events for the launching of the William Clark (Hull 172) October 26, 1941; details on the laying of a new keel after the ceremony; a four panel comic; an article about the launching ceremony of the Meriwether Lewis; an article on the members of the United States Maritime Commission to be present at the launch of the William Clark; facts about William Clark; description of the first meeting of workers interested in starting a shipyard band, including member list and instruments; photographs of the launching ceremony of the Meriwether Lewis; "Sighting the Pacific -- 1805" by D. Curtis Freeman reprinted from Lewis and Clark Journal 1905; an article about the custom of women sponsors for ship launching, a brief history of Sacajawea, and a note about Mrs. Charles A. Shea the sponsor for the William Clark; a feature title "Sportsman's Corner" describing hunting and fishing activities by Oregon County; descriptions of leisure activities and hobbies; an advertisement for vocational training courses; a safety article; and an advertisement for Navy Day on October 27, 1941.

Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation

The Bo's'n's Whistle, Volume 01, Number 10

Employee newspaper for Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation covering shipyard productivity and current projects, safety and injury reports, war bond drives, employee sports leagues, award recipients, and human-interest stories. Topical coverage in this issue includes: Announcement of group sickness and accident insurance plan for Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation employees; Payroll and employee information; Photographs of the launch of the William Clark; articles on hobbies, groups, and leisure activities; a map and schedule for public transportation to the shipyard; advertisements for carpools; and a poem by Longfellow with illustration.

Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation

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