Photograph of a rooming house building in the Little Sandy Dam area, with several people seated on a large porch while looking towards the camera. The building is two stories, with decorative points visible on the roof. Foliage and trees can be seen throughout the image. Written on the negative is “0-335.”
Photograph taken from a high angle showing wooden pilings over water in the foreground, with piles of cut logs in the distance. Several people can be seen on a wooden structure at the left side of the frame, as well as a group standing on a raised platform cutting logs towards the right side. In the distance, a building on a raised dock structure with a large “Portland Railway, Light & Power Co.” sign can be seen. Written on the glass is “L276.”
Photograph showing wooden pilings under set in water at Station L (now the location of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry).. Behind the orderly pilings is a raised wooden on which rests several pieces of large equipment. Two men in long jackets can be seen near the center of the frame, in addition to several workers in the background of the image. Written on the glass is “L274.”
Photograph showing a man wearing overalls facing a large wooden box of hog fuel. The man is using a tool to tilt the fuel box, which is suspended on a rope. To the left of the man is the Willamatte River and the Hawthorne Bridge.
Photograph showing a group of people posing with four railroad trains. All the individuals are looking at the camera, and a train garage building can be seen in the background. On the left side of the image, a man holds a baby in front of the train with “4” painted on. The photograph is a reproduction of a pinned image (pins can be seen on the frame).
Half-length portrait of an unidentified employee at a grocery store standing at a counter next to a cash register. In front of him is a wooden box of asparagus. He is facing front and holding a bunch of asparagus in each hand. The name “DOLPH” Is written on the pocket of his smock.
Photograph showing trees in deep snow, taken near the summit of ridge at Cripple Creek. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-157.” (Image note: discoloration can be seen across the center and left side of the negative).
Photograph showing a small wooden cabin in snow conditions. The cabin is surrounded by trees also with a light layer of snow. Written on the negative is “Big bottom cabin, 12/15/20” and “E301.09-O-13.”
Photograph showing two unidentified men in the uniform of the United States Lighthouse Service. They are standing on either side of a Fresnel lens on display, at the Pacific International Livestock Exposition in Portland.
Two employees help guide a large, ship's hull casting as it is removed from the mold by a crane at Columbia Steel Casting Company. Note mold half in background with employee riding on top as it’s moved with a crane.