Commerce and business
Found in 136 Collections and/or Records:
Employes of the mill. CLA: above the mouth of the Klondike on the Yukon at what was once called Lousitoun(///) [probably near present day Dawson, Yukon Terr., Canada], undated
Interior view of Eugene Business College classroom with young men and women. Shows desks and writing paraphernalia. Gift from Laurence S. Hunter. On board backing.
View of façade of new building, the Eugene Commercial Club, on 9th near Olive, with band and groups from Cottage Grove and Roseburg in front. Gift of Mabel McClain in 1944.
Jesse Cohen, J. T. Nicklin, S. H. Friendly, and A. T. Cockerline are standing outside of the storefront on the sidewalk.
[Façade of The People's Warehouse, Pendleton, OR. Spitzenberg apples advertised on sidewalk], 1890s-1910s
View of the interior of the First National Bank. The men numbered in the image are : No. 1 F. G. Hendricks, President; 2 S. B. Haiku, Cashier; 3 P. E. Snodgrass, Asst Cashier; 4 S. H. Potter, Bookkeeper; 5 S. H. Johnson, Bookkeeper. On backing board.
First full carload of roadsters unloaded in Pendleton for Oregon Motor Garage [Fords. Copy negative], 1890s-1910s
First National Bank of Springfield. [Exterior view of brick structure. Charlie Scott looking out front window.], 1910
Fort Yukon, from deck of steamer on Yukon River. CLA: Founded 1847 by the Hudson Bay Company British, on the Yukon River at the arctic circle, 1904
Man seated at desk with telephone. He wears Homburg hat and three-piece suit with upright collar, and holds letterhead. Linen grained print.
Group of men with dogsled in front of the "A.C." Alaska Commercial Co. Store at Eagle, Alaska., 1896 c
Group of Northern Commercial Co. CLA: People at Eagle, Alaska. Stewart Menzies was the auditor of the Co. Jules Marion was the Ry Mail Seepa(///). Frank Smith, 1906
Group portrait of employees at St. Michael, Alaska, in 1895. Alaska Commercial Co. James McDilson; W.D. Moore; Chas Hall; Aic Sleven; Wm. Fredricks; W.J. Waldrom, 1895 Mar
"Hats off" in respect to Til Taylor— late president of the Round-up. Pendleton, OR, 1920. [Taylor, the sheriff of Pendleton, had recently been killed by escaping prisoners.], 1920
Hoover 1912. [Patrick's Store, Newport, Ore. View of building with "Patrick's" painted on side, "Hoover 1912" on front of building, on dirt street with wooden sidewalks.], not yet assigned
Shows a bartender and a patron. Mounted on black board backing.
Interior view of a dry goods mercantile located at 594 Willamette. Sam H. Friendly was an active supporter of the city and the University of Oregon, and a Eugene street is named for him. Mounted on white backing.
[Interior view of Pendleton Woolen Mills, with stacks of finished goods. Woman at work], 1890s-1910s
View of the "new" hall of the Independent Order of Oddfellows (I.O.O.F.) at 8th and Willamette. Designed in 1909 by John Hunzicker. Photographed by Oscar Hemenway. Oscar E. Hemenway was a commercial photographer who resided in the Eugene area 1909-1911. He was also a professor of botany at the University.