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Part of Kiser Photo Co. Photographs
Kiser Photo Co. (Portland, Or.)
- 1900 - 1910
View of the first Steel Bridge across the Willamette River. The Union Station clock tower is visible behind the bridge.
The new Steel Bridge under construction in Portland, Oregon.
- 1923 - 1936
Photograph of a dirt road leading across an unidentified wooden bridge in a forested area. Three unidentified men are in front of the bridge; two are sitting on the bridge railing and a third man is standing in the road, holding a tool. The number 12 is written on the negative and is faintly visible in the lower right corner of the image.
Part of Al Monner news negatives
Photograph showing the S.S. George Vancouver traveling on the Columbia River, under than open Interstate Bridge, after being launched from the Vancouver Shipyard. A river boat can be seen next to the larger ship, and people watch from the short along the bottom of the frame (negative 9 of 10).
Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998
Photograph showing the Clackamas River in the River Mill area, with numerous “islands” and cliffs. A wooden suspension bridge can be seen spanning two cliffs near the center of the frame, with numerous wooden buildings visible in the distance. Written on the negative is “#58M. 8-12-10.”
Photograph looking downstream looking towards the “island,” with a wooden suspension bridge visible. In front of the bridge a blurry man can be seen facing the camera. Beyond the bridge is a small wooden building next to several vertical poles. Written on the negative is “#60M. 10-10.”