Photograph of a pole truck hauling wooden utility poles. One individuals sits in the driver seal of the vehicle, while another sits on top of the logs at the back. Two wooden houses are next to the street, behind which an open work yard can be seen. Likely located 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 street scene with icy streets and electric utility lines, possibly at Washington and Park. Several horse-drawn carts can be seen in the distance, as well as pedestrians. Icicles hang from the electric utility lines throughout the frame.
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 of a Marion Steam Shovel cutting through a loose dirt hillside. Trees and stumps are visible at the edge of the hill. Men pose with the steam shovel while looking at the camera. On the side of the machine is written “Marion, C.J. Cook Co., Portland Oregon.”
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 taken from a high angle showing the penstocks at the Little Sandy Dam. In the distance, numerous utility poles and electric lines are visible. Construction debris litters the ground throughout the image. Written on the negative is “0346.”
Photograph showing the exterior to power plant buildings at the Little Sandy Dam, seen in a wooded setting. Two large buildings can be seen on a hillside, each with large windows. The building near the left side of the frame also includes transformer infrastructure on its roof. Written on the negative is “0356.”
Photograph showing the interior of the powerhouse at the Little Sandy Dam, showing several generator units and a man standing near the center of the frame. Written on the side of the units if “Westinghouse.” Behind the generators, details of the industrial building can be seen. Written on the negative is “0352.”
Photograph taken from a high angle looking downward at the interior of the powerhouse at the Little Sandy Dam. Several generator units are visible, as well as a platform accessible via ladders. Several large windows can be seen on the far walls. On the side of the generator units is “Westinghouse.” Written on the negative is “0351.”
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.”
Photograph looking downward at a wooden flume and railway track built on a hillside. The wooden structure continues into the distance, where more tree covered hillsides can be seen. In the bottom left corner of the frame, a man is looking at the camera and leaning against a cushioned seat, likely on a railway car. Written on the negative is “0-337, July-3-1912, Bull Run Flume.”
Photograph showing four seated men in a automobile, taken on a trip to the Big Bottom area. In the background is a sort road and a hill made up of dirt and rocks. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-170.” (Image note: small area of discoloration visible at the far right edge of the negative. See related images PGE 16-131.2, PGE 16-131.3, PGE 16-131.4, PGE 16-131.5).
Photograph looking across Elk Lake, showing Mount Beachie and adjacent ridgelines. On the right side of the image is a large area of burned trees, leading up to Battle Axe Mountain. Written on the negative is “Looking up Elk Lake from outlet – Mt Beachie in the center, 11-6-20” and “E309.09-O-9.” (Image note: see related image PGE 16-21).
Photograph showing a man standing next to a wooden “clockhouse” building with snow. He is wearing winter clothing, a hat, and is holding a rifle. Downhill from the building is the Clackamas river. Written on the negative is “Clockhouse at Big Bottom 12/15/20.” (Image note: see related image PGE 16-37.”
Photograph showing a damaged railroad train and railroad car on a rocky hillside, taken from a side angle. Wooden railroad ties can be seen in a pile in front of the train. Written on the side of the railroad train is “D.I.RY. Co.”
Photograph showing three men wearing hats on a rocky point at Oak Grove Butte. Mount Hood is visible in the distance on the right side of the frame, along with several other points and ridges. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-24.” and “46.”
Photograph taken from a side angle, showing an incomplete wooden trestle bridge crossing a dirt ravine. A small creek is running downhill and under the bridge, while trees and mountains are visible in the distance. Two men can be seen standing on the left side of the bridge.
Photograph, likely taken from Oak Grove Butte looking southeast, showing mountains and ridges in the distance. Visible is North Pinhead Butte, South Pinhead Butte, and West Pinhead Butte. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-88” and “8.”