Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Josh Trades Store, Fort Stevenson, Dakota. [Exterior view of clapboard and log buildings, with people out front. One is a woman, several are tribal.], 1870s-1890s
[Main Street bridge, Bowman's photo studio, and Umatilla County library, Pendleton, about 1920. Divided postcard.], 1920 c
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.
Morrison near 4th Ave. Portland, Oregon H.A. Herzog 69150. [Exterior of Burnett Bros. Jewelers with two men looking at display windows.], 1940s-1950s c
5th and Willamette; occupants' advertising visible in the windows.
No. 11. Street Scene, Jacksonville, Oregon. [View down main street with commercial buildings, dirt road, telephone poles. Attrib.], 1907-1915 c
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
The Cockerline and Wetherbee Building was located at the northweast corner of Willamette and Eighth. Dated 1930, probably c. 1910.
No. 101. Oldest bank in Oregon, Jacksonville, Oregon. [Cornelius C. Beekman standing in front of his bank. Small wooden structure, built 1863, preserved as museum. Attrib], 1907-1915 c
[Oregon National Guard, marching through Pendleton. They wheel to turn a corner. The People's Warehouse is visible in background, with a sculpture of an elephant on roof.], 1909 Jul
View of the Osborn Hotel, Eugene, Oregon, during its construction.
[Parade group advertising the Eagles Farmer's Ball. Group of men in clownish costumes and makeup, with band instruments. They stand on a main street (unpaved), surrounded by boys. Two men hold banners naming the ball.], 1904 c
S.E. Cor. Broadway at Washington St. Portland Oregon. After Harry A Herzog Archt Henry Bldg. Portland Oregon. [Exterior of "Oregon City Woolen Mills/ Painless Parker Dentist storefronts.], 1940s-1950s c
Interior. Shown are customers, a clerk and the stock of the store.
View of the Southern Pacific Depot, Eugene, Oregon. The depot is located at Fourth Street. This view of the depot includes porter at train, crowd and bicycles.
The Great Union Meeting in Union Square, New York, April 20, 1861. No. 1. The crowd gathering about the Equestrian Statue of Washington. The Everett House in the distance. [Anthony's Instantaneous Views. See below., 1861
Patriotic rally shortly after the fall of Fort Sumter and the beginning of the Civil War. "Lawrence & Houseworth" embossed on the card.]
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 up Willamette Street to Skinner's Butte, prior to paving and trolley line, with First National Bank at left, c. 1901
View of the White Temple, the IOOF Hall, building with crowd. Uniformed lodge members ranked in front. There is a fire truck at side.