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25 Collections results for Electric lighting
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- 1900 – 1920
Photograph showing the interior of train car #78. A doorway separates passenger seating from the drivers area, and advertisements can be seen along the ceiling. Electric lights line the center of the car.
Photograph showing the interior of train car #1098 with rows of seats and closed door. Advertisements line the ceiling above the windows, and two rows of electric light bulbs can be seen at either side of the car.
Photograph taken at night in Laurelhurst showing “Murphy” community residences in Laurelhurst. A sign on in the front yard says “For Sale, Inspection by Appointment, Paul C. Murphy.” Houses are illuminated by electric lights on the outside.
Photograph taken at night, looking south on SW Broadway taken near the intersection with SW Taylor St. Electric lights and signs line the street, with street car tracks and parked automobiles. A large lighted sign is strung across the street with “Hotel Oregon” written.
Photograph taken at night showing electric lights at the corner of SW 6th Ave. and SW. Morrison St. The Northwestern National Bank Building can be seen on the left, and the Meier & Frank Building on the right.
Photograph of a Statue of Liberty reproduction for the Portland Rose Festival. The statue holds an electrified torch and strings of lights can be seen in trees. The negative appears to be a double-exposure, with an automobile parked next to the statue.
Street scene photograph taken at night during the Portland Rose Festival from a high vantage point from the Electric Building at 621 SW Alder Street, looking south. Street cars and automobiles are visible on the street. Signs for “Baker Theater,” “Hippodrome” and “Hotel Stewart” are visible.
Photograph taken at night showing street lighting. Train cars can be seen on the left side of the image, while businesses line the street on the right. Signs for "Tualatin Shake Shop," and "Hanegan's Service." Automobiles are parked along the right side of the street. Written on the negative is "50-448."
Photograph showing a classroom with seated school children and a teacher. Two Christmas trees and holiday decorations can be seen in the image. Five electric lights hang from the ceiling. Written on the negative is "50-700."
Photograph showing a classroom with seated school children and a teacher. A small Christmas tree can be seen on the desk of the teacher. Five electric lights hang from the ceiling. Written on the negative is "50-701."
Photograph showing automobiles and trailers parked along an open field area at the 1950 Western Horse Show. In the foreground, three men sit or lean against an open truck bed, while riders on horseback can be seen in the background. Also visible are large lights, utility poles and electric lines.
Photograph showing pairs of male and female riders at the 1950 Western Horse Show in an open field area. Large electric lights can be seen over the field, in addition to automobiles, trailers, and empty bleachers.
Photograph showing a street lines with electric signs, street lights, and electrical lines. Part of the image is blocked at the bottom, and several vehicles can be seen on the street. Signs for "Coleman"s Electrical Appliances," "Bill West Fountain," and "Roley Real Estate" can be seen. Written on the negative is "51-799."
Photograph taken from a low angle looking upwards towards two building signs, with electric lines and utility lines. The sign on the left says "Huntley-Draper Rexall Drugs", behind which a "Kennevick"s Restaurant Coffee Shop" sign can be seen. Written on the negative is "51-798."
- Org. Lot 151
- 1880 - 1965
Negatives documenting company activities, including electrical infrastructure, employees, power generation and distribution throughout Portland, the Willamette Valley and the Oregon Cascade Range. Additional general images include streetcars and trains, street lighting, power line installation, Rose Festival floats, office buildings, car barns and bridges. Of particular note are dam building projects at Bull Run and along the Clackamas River (1910-1930), and early electric stations in Oregon City at Willamette Falls.
Portland General Electric Company