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Vortex I music festival photographs

  • Org. Lot 666
  • Collection
  • 1970

The collection consists of 17 black-and-white photographs of attendees and performers at the Vortex I music festival. The photographs depict crowds arriving at the festival, performers on stage, audience members dancing, and attendees sunbathing in the park.

The Vortex I music festival, also known as Vortex I: A Biodegradable Festival of Life, was a rock festival held at Milo McIver State Park near Estacada, Oregon. Members of Governor Tom McCall’s staff in collaboration with members of the Portland counterculture community planned the state-sponsored festival. Vortex I officially ran from August 28 to September 3, 1970 to coincide with the American Legion annual convention held in Portland the same week.

Oral history interview with Jack G. Collins [Sound Recording 04]

Tape 2, Side 2. This oral history interview with Jack G. Collins was conducted by Bruce James on August 15, 1996. Additional interview sessions were planned, but were never conducted. In this interview, Collins discusses coming to Oregon in 1958 to become a law clerk for Oregon Supreme Court Justice Water Perry; studying for the Oregon bar exam; and working with Bob Packwood. He then speaks at length about his family background and early life in Waukegan, Illinois, including his education. He discusses his involvement with the Presbyterian Church; some of the cases he worked on as a lawyer in Salem, Oregon; and attending Princeton University while serving in the Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps. He closes the interview by talking briefly about his naval service during the Korean War.

Collins, Jack G. (Jack Gore), 1930-2010

Oral history interview with Jack G. Collins [Sound Recording 03]

Tape 2, Side 1. This oral history interview with Jack G. Collins was conducted by Bruce James on August 15, 1996. Additional interview sessions were planned, but were never conducted. In this interview, Collins discusses coming to Oregon in 1958 to become a law clerk for Oregon Supreme Court Justice Water Perry; studying for the Oregon bar exam; and working with Bob Packwood. He then speaks at length about his family background and early life in Waukegan, Illinois, including his education. He discusses his involvement with the Presbyterian Church; some of the cases he worked on as a lawyer in Salem, Oregon; and attending Princeton University while serving in the Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps. He closes the interview by talking briefly about his naval service during the Korean War.

Collins, Jack G. (Jack Gore), 1930-2010

Oral history interview with Jack G. Collins [Sound Recording 02]

Tape 1, Side 2. This oral history interview with Jack G. Collins was conducted by Bruce James on August 15, 1996. Additional interview sessions were planned, but were never conducted. In this interview, Collins discusses coming to Oregon in 1958 to become a law clerk for Oregon Supreme Court Justice Water Perry; studying for the Oregon bar exam; and working with Bob Packwood. He then speaks at length about his family background and early life in Waukegan, Illinois, including his education. He discusses his involvement with the Presbyterian Church; some of the cases he worked on as a lawyer in Salem, Oregon; and attending Princeton University while serving in the Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps. He closes the interview by talking briefly about his naval service during the Korean War.

Collins, Jack G. (Jack Gore), 1930-2010

Oral history interview with Jack G. Collins [Sound Recording 01]

Tape 1, Side 1. This oral history interview with Jack G. Collins was conducted by Bruce James on August 15, 1996. Additional interview sessions were planned, but were never conducted. In this interview, Collins discusses coming to Oregon in 1958 to become a law clerk for Oregon Supreme Court Justice Water Perry; studying for the Oregon bar exam; and working with Bob Packwood. He then speaks at length about his family background and early life in Waukegan, Illinois, including his education. He discusses his involvement with the Presbyterian Church; some of the cases he worked on as a lawyer in Salem, Oregon; and attending Princeton University while serving in the Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps. He closes the interview by talking briefly about his naval service during the Korean War.

Collins, Jack G. (Jack Gore), 1930-2010

Oral history interview with Jack G. Collins

This oral history interview with Jack G. Collins was conducted by Bruce James on August 15, 1996. Additional interview sessions were planned, but were never conducted. In this interview, Collins discusses coming to Oregon in 1958 to become a law clerk for Oregon Supreme Court Justice Water Perry; studying for the Oregon bar exam; and working with Bob Packwood. He then speaks at length about his family background and early life in Waukegan, Illinois, including his education. He discusses his involvement with the Presbyterian Church; some of the cases he worked on as a lawyer in Salem, Oregon; and attending Princeton University while serving in the Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps. He closes the interview by talking briefly about his naval service during the Korean War.

Collins, Jack G. (Jack Gore), 1930-2010

Oral history interview with Owen Panner

This interview with Owen Panner was conducted by Michael O'Rourke in Portland, Oregon, on December 19, 2005. In the interview, Panner discusses mandatory sentencing and the effect of politics on the judiciary. He also talks about his plan to move to the District Court in Medford, Oregon. In addition, he discusses the structure and procedures of the District Court; technology in the courts; his involvement with the U.S. District Court Historical Society; and life on his Medford ranch.

Panner, Owen Murphy, 1924-

Oral history interview with Owen Panner [Transcript]

Transcript. This interview with Owen Panner was conducted by Michael O'Rourke in Portland, Oregon, on December 19, 2005. In the interview, Panner discusses mandatory sentencing and the effect of politics on the judiciary. He also talks about his plan to move to the District Court in Medford, Oregon. In addition, he discusses the structure and procedures of the District Court; technology in the courts; his involvement with the U.S. District Court Historical Society; and life on his Medford ranch.

Panner, Owen Murphy, 1924-

Oral history interview with Lois D. Siegmund

This oral history interview with Lois D. Siegmund was conducted by Clark Hansen at Siegmund's home in Salem, Oregon, on June 23, 1988. In this interview, Siegmund discusses her early life in Gervais, Oregon, including her memories of life during World War I. She then discusses her early career in state government, her marriage to Jacob Laurence Siegmund, and quitting state government to work in a meat market with her husband. Siegmund then discusses returning to state government in 1951 as a legislative secretary, first for Representative Roy Houck, then for Representative Mark Hatfield. She talks about Hatfield's campaign for the state Senate in 1954 and about working as a secretary for him in the Senate. She also discusses Hatfield's campaign for Oregon secretary of state in 1956. She describes her duties as Hatfield's personal secretary, other members of Hatfield's staff, and Hatfield's marriage to Antoinette Kuzmanich.

Siegmund then discusses Hatfield's 1958 campaign for Oregon governor. She talks about the changes in Hatfield's staff after his election. She shares anecdotes about major events that occurred during his governorship, including the 1962 Columbus Day Storm, Hatfield's 1964 keynote speech at the Republican National Convention, and her role in keeping Hatfield on schedule. She also talks about Hatfield's relationship with Tom McCall, his campaign for the U.S. Senate in 1967, and her reasons for not going with him to Washington, D.C. She closes the interview by discussing her continued relationship with Hatfield.

Siegmund, Lois D. (Lois Dejardin), 1910-1999

Oral history interview with Lois D. Siegmund [Transcript]

Transcript. This oral history interview with Lois D. Siegmund was conducted by Clark Hansen at Siegmund's home in Salem, Oregon, on June 23, 1988. In this interview, Siegmund discusses her early life in Gervais, Oregon, including her memories of life during World War I. She then discusses her early career in state government, her marriage to Jacob Laurence Siegmund, and quitting state government to work in a meat market with her husband. Siegmund then discusses returning to state government in 1951 as a legislative secretary, first for Representative Roy Houck, then for Mark Hatfield. She talks about Hatfield’s campaign for the state Senate in 1954 and about working as a secretary for him in the Senate. She also discusses Hatfield’s campaign for Oregon secretary of state in 1956. She describes her duties as Hatfield’s personal secretary, other members of Hatfield’s staff, and Hatfield’s marriage to Antoinette Kuzmanich. Siegmund then discusses Hatfield’s 1958 campaign for Oregon governor. She talks about the changes in Hatfield’s staff after his election. She shares anecdotes about major events that occurred during his governorship, including the 1962 Columbus Day Storm, Hatfield’s 1964 keynote speech at the Republican National Convention, and her role in keeping Hatfield on schedule. She also talks about Hatfield’s relationship with Tom McCall, his campaign for the U.S. Senate in 1967, and her reasons for not going with him to Washington, D.C. She closes the interview by discussing her continued relationship with Hatfield.

Siegmund, Lois D. (Lois Dejardin), 1910-1999

Swimmers at Multnomah Athletic Club, Portland

Swimmers diving into a pool at the Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland. Several swimmers are standing on diving blocks over the water, with another swimmer in between. A coach (Jack Cody?) stands behind looking towards the pool (negative 2 of 4).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oral history interview with Noreen Saltveit McGraw

This oral history interview with Noreen Saltveit McGraw was conducted by S. Diane Rynerson from May 24 to July 31, 2000. In this interview, McGraw discusses practicing law in Medford, Oregon, with her father, Edward Cantwell Kelly; about trying to find a job with a different law firm and the overt sexism she faced; and about working as an assistant Oregon attorney general in Portland under Robert Y. Thornton. She discusses some of the cases she tried, including on worker compensation. She then tells the story of defending the D'Autremont brothers in a train robbery case. She talks about practicing law while raising children; about arguing cases before U.S. District Court judges Gus Solomon and Robert Belloni; and about cases she argued in Spanish, particularly cases regarding migrant worker rights. She then talks about other women lawyers and the difficulty they had breaking into the legal profession, as well as women's legal organizations in Oregon. She also talks about living in Mexico with her husband, Carl Saltveit, and their children, as well as studying Spanish at Portland State University during the Vietnam War. She describes her involvement in Robert F. Kennedy's campaign for the Democratic nomination for president in 1968. McGraw talks briefly about serving as a district judge pro tempore from 1972 to 1976. She discusses the increase in women entering the legal profession, particularly the number of women entering law school later in their lives; her pro-bono work for Legal Aid; and working as a criminal trial lawyer. She talks about many of the cases she worked on, including one regarding the Mount Hood Freeway. She then speaks about serving as city judge for Medford in the 1950s and appearing on the TV show "What's My Line?" She closes the interview by discussing her experience in law school and a trip she took to Europe while awaiting her bar exam results.

McGraw, Noreen Saltveit, 1934-

Jack Cody and swimmers from the Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club

Jack Cody walks arm-in-arm with five swimmers from the Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club, including swimmers Mary Anne Hansen, Nancy Merki, Suzanne Zimmerman, Brenda Helser, and Bernice Lindsay. The women are wearing matching uniforms with a flying “M” logo (negative 1 of 4).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Jack Cody

Full-length portrait of a man standing in front of a screen with his hands folded behind his back. He is facing front and is wearing a hat, suit, and tie. The name “Jack Cody,” the number 3, and the number 308 are written on the negative and are visible at the top of the image.

Oral history interview with Noreen Saltveit McGraw [Transcript]

Transcript. This oral history interview with Noreen Saltveit McGraw was conducted by S. Diane Rynerson from May 24 to July 31, 2000. In this interview, McGraw discusses practicing law in Medford, Oregon, with her father, Edward Cantwell Kelly; about trying to find a job with a different law firm and the overt sexism she faced; and about working as an assistant U.S. attorney general in Portland, Oregon, under Robert Y. Thornton. She discusses some of the cases she tried, including on worker compensation. She then tells the story of defending the D’Autremont brothers in a train robbery case. She talks about practicing law while raising children; about arguing cases before U.S. District Court judges Gus Solomon and Robert Belloni; and about cases she argued in Spanish, particularly cases regarding migrant worker rights. She then talks about other women lawyers and the difficulty they had breaking into the legal profession, as well as women’s legal organizations in Oregon. She also talks about living in Mexico with her husband, Carl Saltveit, and children, as well as studying Spanish at Portland State University during the Vietnam War. She describes her involvement in Robert F. Kennedy’s campaign for the Democratic nomination for president in 1968. McGraw talks briefly about serving as a district judge pro tempore from 1972 to 1976. She discusses the increase in women entering the legal profession, particularly the number of women entering law school later in their lives; her pro-bono work for Legal Aid; and working as a criminal trial lawyer. She talks about many of the cases she worked on, including one regarding the Mount Hood Freeway. She then speaks about serving as city judge for Medford in the 1950s and appearing on the TV show “What’s My Line?” She closes the interview by discussing her experience in law school and a trip she took to Europe while awaiting her bar exam results.

McGraw, Noreen Saltveit, 1934-

Nancy Merki and Suzanne Zimmerman with Jack Cody

Nancy Merki (left) and Suzanne Zimmerman each kiss a check of Jack Cody, swim coach for the Multnomah Athletic Club. Merki and Zimmerman, wearing leis, had just returned to Portland from a competition event in Hawaii. A photograph from this series was published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, September 7, 1947 (negative 1 of 3).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oregon Humane Society removing cats from Portland home

A house, most likely at 1436 S.W. Taylor Street in Portland. An Oregon Humane Society vehicle is parked in front of the house, in order to remove seventeen ex-alley cats after the death of their owner, Mrs. Bessie Sweet. A photograph from this series was published in the Oregon Journal on Saturday, March 26, 1949 (negative 2 of 7).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Children and fun-house mirrors

Boys playing in front of fun-house mirrors, most likely in Portland. One is kneeling on the ground and looking at a stretched reflection, while another at a squashed reflection (negative 1 of 2).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Boat-builder Ernest Von der Worth

A portrait of Portland boat-builder Ernest Von der Worth on the occasion of his retirement in 1949. A cropped version of this photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, March 27, 1949 (negative 2 of 2).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Dinner before Assembly dance, at Town Club, Portland

Young people at the Town Club for a dinner, before an Assembly dance at the Waverley Country Club in Portland. Seated from left to right: Robert Healy, Lil Adams, and Jacqueline Miller. Standing from left to right: Philip Miller, Mitchell Drake, and Harriet Bouvy. The women are wearing formal dresses, while the men tuxedos. A similar photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Wednesday, December 28, 1949 (negative 10 of 19).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Donald Swanson at Christmas in Portland

Three-year-old Donald Swanson, suffering from nephritis, with his mother Mrs. George Swanson and a man dressed as Santa Claus. Mrs. Swanson is holding a cake in front of Donald, for a belated birthday, who sits in a chair next to a tree. Photographs from this series were published in the Oregon Journal on Saturday, December 24, 1949 (negative 3 of 4).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Dinner before Assembly dance, at Town Club, Portland

Two young women at the Town Club for a dinner, before an Assembly dance at the Waverley Country Club in Portland. Both are smoking cigarettes and wearing long chiffon dresses. Photographs from this series were published in the Oregon Journal on Wednesday, December 28, 1949 (negative 2 of 19).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Barbara Joy Lewis

A portrait of Barbara Joy Lewis, seated on a bench and holding toys. She wears a winter suits and is sticking her tongue out at the camera. Most likely taken in Portland (negative 1 of 3).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Hockey game between the Portland Penguins and the Tacoma Rockets

Players from the Portland Penguins and the Tacoma Rockets on a rink at the Portland Ice Arena, during a game between the Pacific Coast Hockey League teams. A photograph from this series was published in the Oregon Journal on Thursday, December 22, 1949 (negative 1 of 9).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Donald Swanson at Christmas in Portland

Three-year-old Donald Swanson, seated in a toy car, with other children during a party before Christmas at his home at 3204 N.W. Guam Street in Portland. Swanson suffered from nephritis. Photographs from this series were published in the Oregon Journal on Saturday, December 24, 1949 (negative 2 of 4).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Donald Swanson at Christmas in Portland

Three-year-old Donald Swanson, suffering from nephritis, with his mother Mrs. George Swanson (3204 N.W. Guam Street). Donald is seated on a chair with holiday gifts, while his mother smiles down at him. The chair is next to a tree decorated with tinsel and ornaments. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Saturday, December 24, 1949 (negative 1 of 4).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

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