Item bb002092 - Freeman's Second Hand Store

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bb002092

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Freeman's Second Hand Store

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  • 1920 (Creation)

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Photograph; photographic prints

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Edward Freeman? and his children standing in front of Freeman's Second-Hand Store. Edward Freeman ran a second-hand store on Union Avenue (now NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd) near what is now Fremont Park. He and his wife Ida moved with their son Theodore from Colorado in about 1915. They had two daughters in Portland, Ida and Gertrude.

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No Copyright - United States http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/

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  • eng

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Oregon Black History Project photographs collection, circa 1850-1960; Org. Lot 679; OrHi 82708; bb002092

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8f522860-eed7-4a00-b817-9c104ca9e053-bb002092.jpg

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Image

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image/jpeg

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4.5 MiB

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June 20, 2018 12:12 PM

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