Pacific Novelty Co.
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Airplane view, Oakland, California. [Aerial photo with Miller property, "The Hights," and Oakland City Hall marked, 1930s circa
"Album of sixteen views of Eugene and the University of Oregon," published by Pacific Novelty of San Francisco, c. 1915.
First Christian Church, built 1910-1911, at 11th and Oak. Still extant, with added bell tower.
View of Central High School at 11th & Olive.
Exterior; church at right.
View of a large brick building in downtown Eugene, no longer extant.
View of a brick building with a tall clock tower. Another building is in the foreground. The courthouse sat at the junction of Eighth Street and Oak.
View of brick church that was located at the corner of 10th and Willamette
View of a three-storey Tudor style residence from the street. In 1915, this housed the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
View of a large residence from the street. The building stood at 341 East Eleventh. The former Tobey home in 1913, it housed the Beth Reah sorority which in 1915 became the still extant Alpha Pi.
Pacific Novelty Co. was a postcard publisher. The collection consists of 21 hand colored postcards.
View of the campus of the University of Oregon, looking southwest. Deady and Villard are visible through the trees.
View of two people in an automobile motoring on a dirt road along the banks of the Willamette River.
Federal-style building, constructed c. 1910 at corner of 5th and Willamette.
The Eugene Public Library was located at the corner of Willamette and 11th from 1906 to 1959. It was a Carnegie library but this building is no longer extant.
View from railroad depot towards butte. UO's "O" visible on top. Depot fountain in foreground.
View of the Brotherhood of the Paternal Order of the Elks, at 36 West Eighth Ave.
The Hights, Oakland, California, Joaquin Miller's home [View of Miller house with inset portrait drawn by Juanita Miller, with peom], 1912
Masked view of the Rex Theatre on Willamette. Also named Majestic, Progressive, National, and Fox. "Fall of Troy," a 1924 silent film, is one event listed.
- Archival Object 18
- Collection 1
- Photographic prints 18
- Postcards 17
- Silver gelatin prints 17
- Eugene (Or.) -- Photographs 16
- United States -- Oregon -- Lane County (Or.) -- Eugene (Or.) 16
- Architecture and engineering 8
- Scenery and landscape 5
- University of Oregon -- Photographs 5
- Architecture—Residential 3
- Architecture—Religious 2
- Education 2
- Government 2
- Groups and organizations—Fraternities and sororities 2
- Hotels and resorts 2
- Oakland (Calif.) -- Photographs 2
- Transportation—Automobiles 2
- United States -- California -- Oakland (Calif.) 2
- Women 2
- Aerial photography 1
- Arts & traditional crafts 1 + ∧ less