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Actress Blanche Sweet at home of Ella Tenney Jackson

Three-quarters portrait of actress Blanche Sweet, seated on a bench in the garden at the Riverwood home of Ella Tenney Jackson, wife of Oregon Journal publisher Philip L. Jackson. Sweet is facing front, resting one elbow on the back of the bench, and wearing a hat and dress. The photograph was taken in August 1932, when Sweet stayed with the Jacksons while she was in Portland to perform in “Sweet and Lovely” at the Paramount Theatre. A different photograph of Sweet and a story about her visit, headlined “Favorite of Past Plans New Films,” were published on Page 19 of the Oregon Journal on August 17, 1932. See related image No. 371N6089. Image note: The text “Blanche Sweet” is written on the negative.

Actress Blanche Sweet and Ella Tenney Jackson at Jacksons’ home

Photograph showing actress Blanche Sweet and Ella Tenney Jackson, wife of Oregon Journal publisher Philip L. Jackson, sitting in the garden at Jackson’s home in Riverwood, outside Portland. A similar photograph was published on Page 19 of the Oregon Journal on Wednesday, August 17, 1932. It had the following caption: “Miss Blanche Sweet (left) and Mrs. P. L. Jackson in the garden of the Jackson home in Riverwood, where Miss Sweet is a house guest during her Portland visit. She will open her engagement at the Paramount theatre Thursday.” The Journal also published an accompanying story, headlined “Favorite of Past Plans New Films.” See related image No. 371N6088. Image note: Written on the negative are the names “Blanch [sic] Sweet,” faintly visible on the left side of the image, and “Mrs. P. L. Jackson,” faintly visible on the right side. Negative damage in upper right corner.