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This series contains photographs of steelworkers and equipment detailing the steel casting process used for making large steel components for Liberty Ships constructed in Portland (Or.) area shipyards during World War II.
Supplemental descriptive information contributed in 2019 by Chris Horn, Facilities Director for Columbia Steel.
- Org. Lot 1368.B
- 1920 - 1945
Photographs related to agriculture, horticulture, and animals from approximately 1920 - 1945. The bulk of the photographs depict people, animals, and scenes at fairs and livestock shows, probably the Multnomah County Fair in Gresham, Oregon, and the Pacific International Livestock Exposition in Portland, Oregon. Other images depict topics such as cats, dogs, wild birds, poultry, and Tusko the elephant; farms and farmland; flowers, flower shows, and gardens.
Oregon Journal (Firm)
- SR 4150
Susie talks about coming out as a lesbian in the early 1970s, lobbying the Oregon State Legislature on gay rights with the Portland Town Council, gay rights nationally, alcoholism and Alcoholics Anonymous, and the Leather community.
- SR 4147
History of "It's My Pleasure", a bookstore and lending library for women, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people. She discusses how the place evolved from it's original incarnation in the early 1990s to what was at the time of the interview, in 2000.
- SR 4143
- 2000-11-13 - 2000-11-20
Norm Costa has lived in the Portland metro area since 1958. He transitioned from an engineering career to running his own beauty salon in Lake Oswego for several years during the 1960's. More recently, Costa has worked for decades as a gay rights activist, mostly working with local health departments on HIV prevention efforts. This interview describes many aspects of the gay experience in Portland over the course of those years, including his experience with politics and activism, personal experiences, gay-oriented clubs and businesses over the years, and the spread of the HIV virus in the early 1980's.
- SR 4149
Frodo talks about her life as a lesbian, in the late 1960s onward. She discusses her gender identity as a child, dealing with her sexuality as a teen, how she got her name and what the Lord of the Rings meant to her, starting the Portland Chapter of the Tolkien Society of America, and her spirituality as a Wiccan and member of the MCC (Metropolitan Community Church).
- SR 4148
Ann Mussey talks about moving to Portland, Oregon in 1971 and living in a lesbian collective in Southeast Portland, called Red Emma. She also discusses the lesbian community in the Portland area, including other collectives, businesses and women's health clinics.