Commerce and business
Found in 136 Collections and/or Records:
Transportation. CLA: Landing freight from ship lying at anchor off shore a mile or more brought in an oomiak or small boats. Wainwright, Alaska. Three views., 1925 and 1929
Interior of the United States Fidelity and Guarantee, with three men behind a large counter. Standing at counter: A. Y. Hovey, President; Blaine Hovey, Assistant Cashier; Lester G. Hulin, Cashier.
View of Shelekoff's Establishment on the Island of Kodiak. CLA: 1. Traveling church 2. Astronomical tent 3. Galliots hauled on shore, undated
[View of small wood and steel bridge under construction across dry river bed. Workmen at left.], 1890s-1910s
[Wagons on Pendleton street. Bowman Studio stands next to Persian Cleaning and Dye Works and Sample Roosevelt store. Roosevelt store is adorned with posters advertising Sells-Floto Circus performance.], 1905 c
Western State Bank Newport, Ore. [Man with dog standing on sidewalk outside of two-story building on the corner of Fall Street and Front Street.], not yet assigned
View of Willamette Street, Eugene. This view is looking north to Skinner's Butte along a parade route. Possibly the Heart of Eugene Celebration. Copy print included.
Looking north to Skinner's Butte. There is a trolley at foot of hill, and bicycles parked next to the street by a bank.
View of Willamette Street, Eugene, 1909, looking north to Skinner's Butte. There is a trolley at foot of hill, and bicycles parked next to the street by a bank. Two copies.
The Lane County Bank Building is visible. Photographed by F. A. Rankin, copy is courtesy of Oregon Historical Society.
The Alaska Commercial Co. (A. C. Co.) sold out to the Northern Commercial, an off-start of the A. C. Co. which did not want to carry on their business on the Yukon. They therefore sold their steamboats and their stores to the Northern Commercial Co. about