Photograph showing a large electrical unit (generator?) at Station L (now Oregon Museum of Science and Industry). On the left side of the frame is a wooden crate and wooden boards. Written on the negative is “4-19-21.” (Image note: see related image PGE-12-72, PGE 12-76, PGE 12-77).
Photograph showing the exterior of Station L taken from across the water (now the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry) with several buildings visible. The hog fuel pile can be seen on the right, and several loaded barges can be seen next to the docks on the left side of the image. The Willamette River is in the foreground. Part of the image is masked with paper.
Photograph showing a partially completed suspension bridge over the Clackamas river near the River Mill Dam site. Cliffs and trees can be seen throughout the image. Written on the negative is “Dec 22, ‘09 – PES 2009.”
Photograph showing a bridge over the Clackamas River, taken from river level looking upward. In the background, a wooden suspension bridge can be seen across the cliffs behind the larger front bridge. Written on the negative is “Dec 22, ‘09 PRD 2007.”
Group portrait of men in baseball uniforms, with one man in a suit. The front row of men is seated, while the back row stands. In the background is a field and trees. A round sign in front of the seated row reads “Portland Electric Power Co. baseball” with a triangle logo and “Club” written in the middle.
Interior photograph of room 621 in the Portland Electric Building, showing large white dispatch board with system stations and substations mapped. A white sink can be seen in the corner. Building located at 621 Southwest Alder street in Portland.
Photograph showing snow and ice on several damaged utility poles and electric lines, with a wooden building visible in the background. Tangled electric lines can be seen trailing towards the ground on the right side of the image.
Photograph showing a Grand Avenue with a layer of snow and ice. Damaged utility poles and electric lines can be seen on the ground near the center of the frame. A truck and a group of people are gathered around the damaged pole, with other people visible further down the street. Above, numerous overlapping electric lines can be seen.
Photograph showing a Grand Avenue with a layer of snow and ice. Damaged utility poles and electric lines can be seen on the ground, with a truck and group of people behind. Above the street, numerous layers of electric lines are visible.
Photograph showing snow and ice with industrial buildings. On the left side of the frame is a brick building with “Great Northern Hotel” written on the side. Four smokestacks can be seen on the right side, as well as other large warehouse buildings.
Photograph showing snow and ice with industrial buildings. Men can be seen working and walking in the snow. On the left and right sides of the frame, numerous industrial buildings can be seen, including “Cendor White Lead.”
Photograph taken at a high vantage point, looking north, of paper mills in Oregon City, showing railroad tracks and the Willamette River. The Oregon City Bridge (Arch Bridge) can be seen in the distance crossing the river. Industrial buildings line the river on the opposite banks. Written on the top of a building is a large sign with “Crown Willamette Paper Company” and “Hawley Pulp and Paper Company.”
Photograph showing a forested area with an arched “Estacada Park” sign. A fenced area can be seen in front of the sign, which is built on two pillars lined with rounded river rocks. A building is visible through the trees, and a flag pole with a United States flag can be seen.
Photograph showing the interior of the Hillsboro office for the Portland Electric Power Company (PEPCO). Several large appliances are displayed in the middle of the room, with a smaller display at the back. A counter and desk area can be seen in the background.
Photograph showing an excavated area with dirt, water, and gravel. In the distance, buildings, trees, and hillsides can be seen. Also visible in the distance is Mt. Hood. Written on the negative is “0256.”
Photograph showing several temporary tent structures in a large field. Is the distance, another structure can be seen, in addition to trees and hills. (Image note: discoloration of the negative is visible at the center of the frame, in addition to a small damaged area also near the center).
Photograph showing a construction site Bull Run. Two men face away from the camera while standing next to piles of cut wood. A small building and wooden tower with ladder can be seen in the background.
Photograph showing construction at the Big Sandy Dam (likely the Marmot Dam). Workers can be seen on the wooden structure, with flowing water at the right side of the image. In the background are several small wooden structures. Written on the image is “B.S. 32.”
Photograph showing the Big Sandy Dam (likely the Marmot Dam) spillway with flowing water, taken looking upriver. A wooden platform can be seen crossing the dam above the water. Written on the negative is “B.S. 47.”
Photograph showing an excavated dirt canal, with visible water at the bottom level. In the distance, works can be seen along the sides of the canal, and a tunnel entrance is visible in the background. Written on the negative is “B.S-22.”
Photograph showing two men with a horse towing a metal cart on a railroad track. The horse is attached to the cart via a harness, with the reins being held by one of the individuals. In the background are trees and a hillside.
Photograph showing construction of the tunnel at the Big Sandy Dam (likely the Marmot Dam). A man stands next to a machine next to the tunnel entrance, which is emitting a large plume of steam. Wood and gravel is visible throughout the image. Written on the negative is “B.S. 48.”
Photograph showing a wooden flume bridge crossing the Little Sandy River near the Little Sandy Dam. Five men in work wear stand on pieces of wood next to the flume while looking at the camera. Water can be seen under the bridge in the background. Written on the negative is “E301-03396.”
Photographs showing six works in tunnel at Oak Grove. One man looks at the camera, while another uses a pick ax to examine a white vein in the rock wall. The four men at the top of the frame stand on temporary scaffolding.