Commerce and business
Found in 136 Collections and/or Records:
$750,000 in gold, Fairbanks Banking Co, Fairbanks, Alaska. CLA: "Pokes" Buckskin sacks of gold at Fairbanks, Alaska., 1904-1905 c
A Sociable Game. Round-up, Pendleton, OR. [Group of men in the arena, gambling while one spins a rope loop], not yet assigned
Sales receipt for cotton sold to T.G. Pratt, Esq., agent for the city of Alton, Ill., June 15, 1865.
[Automotive polo match: pair of early cars with cages protecting drivers spin around a track, while one man stands on each car swinging a mallet. Spectators fill a viewing area. Original photo torn], 1890s-1910s
Several men and children are standing on the wooden sidewalk in front of the building.
View across unpaved street to clapboard house, with man and woman in front, buggy at curb. Storefront at left. Location identified as 10th and Willamette streets.
[Butcher standing behind a counter of meat. Sign above his head says “Mr. Cash keeps our Market clean.”], not yet assigned
Corner of 3rd & Washington Sts. Portland, OR. [Street-level view of facades of residential and commercial structures.], not yet assigned
Dawson or bust. [Hitch of puppies lined up on Dawson street, watched by four men. Buildings and peaks in background. Loose print.], 1899-1900
Dielschneider Jewelry Company, McMinnville, Oregon. [Interior view of shop, jewelry and silverware on display, two salesmen.], 1900 c
Dielschneider Jewelry Company, McMinnville, Oregon. [Interior view of shop, jewelry and silverware on display, two salesmen (older than in PH167-2.], 1910 c
Display of artifacts from Alaska, collected by C.L. Andrews, shown at Madison Square Garden, NY for Alaskan transportation companies, 1911., 1911
Two men in wagon with new stove in back, posed in front of J.A Stansbire store. Note says "Springfield, not Eugene."