Commerce and business
Found in 136 Collections and/or Records:
View of the hall of the Independent Order of Oddfellows (I.O.O.F.) at 8th and Willamette. Designed in 1909 by John Hunzicker. There are several men with bicycles in front of the building. Photographed by Oscar Hemenway. Very poor condition. Oscar E. Hemenway was a commercial photographer who resided in the Eugene area 1909-1911.
James Munker family camping, Heppner, OR [Group posed by tents and shelter made from pine boughs], 1890s-1910s
[Main Street, Pendleton, Oregon. Ca. 1915. View from upper floor of Bowman Studio. Blind-stamped Bowman. Divided postcard.], 1915 c
[Man seated in entry to store, other men nearby. Peanut roaster and grinder in front of store.], 1890s-1910s
"Mary Moody" on Lake Pend Oreille, 1867. [Sternwheeler at wooded bank. Pack train waiting.], 1866-1867
Mr. Robert McMurphy in his real estate officeHe is seated at a desk, surrounded by office furnishings and equipment. There is a view across street to another building.
Llarge group of women, all wearing hats, is standing on the sidewalk with a storefront behind them. On board backing.
Nahona men with dog sleds, standing outside building in Eagle in winter. Native American group from Porcupine River. CLA: Indian traders from Porcupine. Traded furs for food, ammunition, clothing, etc., 1905-1906
Natives of Alaska. Toboggans, Valley of the Yukon. CLA: Indians from Nahoni Lakes. Head of the Porcupine River on divide of Yukon and Mackenzie River. 14 Toboggans of Indians came to Eagle to trade., 1905-1906
5th and Willamette; occupants' advertising visible in the windows.
Street car tracks are in the street, and business line each side of the street.
No. 15. Oldest bank building in Oregon. Jacksonville, OR [Small wooden structure, built 1863, preserved as museum. Three unidentified men in front. Seven copies, five by Pacific Photo Co.], 1907-1915 c
View north on Willamette Street to Skinner's Butte, with trolley and Post Office. Men are walking along the sidewalks and in the street.