Photograph showing a group of men in suits, hats, and matching costume glasses while facing towards the camera. They are standing in two rows, and at the front of the frame is a table with plates and cups. On the front of each hat is a number. Written on the negative is "50-532."
Photograph showing a group of men in suits facing towards the camera. The individual on the far left is holding a glass bottle, while the other holds their arms downward. Folding chairs and a hallway can be seen in the background.
Round portrait of the head and shoulders of a man with a mustache and uniform. He is wearing a brimmed hat with “Conductor” written across the front. Two other men in uniforms can be seen at either sides, wearing similar hats without adornment.
Portrait of the head and neck of a smiling man, which has been cut out and glued to a background. The caption under the man reads “The answer.” Likely the same man was photographed as a youth in PGE136-4.
Two portraits of the same man, taken twenty years apart. On the left portrait is the caption “Twenty years ago” and “A Clerk.” On the right, the man is older with the captions “today” and “Our president.” See related image no. PGE136-5, PGE136-7.
Two Portraits of different men. The image on the left is a full length portrait of a man in work attire and hat, standing next to a chair. Under the portrait is the caption “John Chambers, 1878.” On the right is a portrait of a man wearing a suit and vest, with the caption “Jacob Miller, 1893.”
A portrait of dancer and choreographer Florence Nelson Picket. She wears a checked dress and angles her head towards the camera. Picket later ran a show on KGW-TV, as Kinnie G. Worth (negative 1 of 4).
A portrait of Rex Raymer and Elaine Raymer, performers at Amato’s Super Club in Portland, at S.W. Broadway and S.W. Main Street. The pair appears to be holding a chain bracelet between them, while Elaine shakes a finger at Rex (negative 6 of 6).
A portrait of Molalla Buckeroo Queen, Lorraine Ridenour, from The Dalles. She sits on a bench wearing a western outfit, holding her left leg over her right. Most likely taken on a visit to Portland. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Friday, June 26, 1953 (negative 2 of 4).
A portrait of author Claire Churchill Thompson, sitting in an armchair while writing on a piece of paper. A photograph from this series was published in the Oregon Journal on Thursday, February 25, 1954 (negative 1 of 4).
7-year-old Joan Rose Papasadero with a gibbon, “Cheetie,” at her home at 27 S.E. 53rd Avenue in Portland. Cheetie hangs from the mantle of a fireplace as Papasadero holds one of his arms. A photograph from this series was published in the Oregon Journal on Friday, July 9, 1954 (negative 2 of 5).
A portrait of painter Ole Mindrum, standing in front of an easel and painting a board. A landscape, featuring trees, a lake, and a mountain sits on the easel. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, August 1, 1954 (negative 1 of 2).
A portrait of weaving expert Mary Meigs Atwater, seated in a rocking chair and holding a textile. She wears a hairband and is looking directly at the camera. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Wednesday, July 28, 1954 (negative 1 of 5).
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).
A portrait of author Mildred Masterson McNeilly, after the release of her third novel “Each Bright River.”She wears a hat and jacket, and is holding a copy of her book. A cropped version of this photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Friday, April 14, 1950 (negative 1 of 2).
A portrait of avalanche researcher and forester Monty Atwater, seated at a desk and smoking a pipe. Photographs of snow sit on the desk in front of him. Most likely taken in Portland (negative 1 of 2).