Majorettes from a drill team from Victoria, British Columbia, wearing matching uniforms and marching in a Portland Rose Festival parade in Portland. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, June 13, 1948 (negative 3 of 22).
A worker at the St. Johns Welders’ Supply Company standing in front of a table, looking downward at a leather welding glove. The glove is on a metal hand mold, while other gloves can be seen in a stack on the table (negative 2 of 7).
A worker at the St. Johns Welders’ Supply Company cutting pieces of leather is with “Reece” die cut machine. The man is wearing an apron and has his hand on a lever, while piles of leather shapes are on a table next to two metal dies (negative 3 of 7).
Two men stand in a room filled with large bales of silk stocking, being stored before shipping to make powder bags, most likely in Portland. The men are facing towards one another, each with an arm on a bale (negative 1 of 1).
Women stand at a table holding bundles of shirts at the Elks Temple Building (at 11th and Alder streets) as part of the WPA (Works Progress Administration) project. Different styles of shirts are tied in bundles and stacked on the wooden table (negative 9 of 11).