Full length portrait showing two men in suits with a wooden log. The man on the right is seated, while the left is standing and is partially obscured by a piece of paper with pins. Under the right individual a caption reads “C.F Swigart, date unknown.”
Group portrait of men in baseball attire, sitting in front of a wood and metal fence. Behind, men, women and children sit on wooden benches on risers. Under the photograph is written “City & Suburban base ball team – 20 years ago.”
Photograph showing employees with street car in front of the East Ankeny car barn. Written on the building is “PRL & P Co.” (Portland Rail Light & Power Company). Several men sit on the roof of the train, while others line up in the windows and in front. A wooden water tower can be seen in the background. Photograph is a reproduction of a framed image (frame is clearly visible).
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.
Round portraits of the head and shoulders of men wearing uniforms. Each photograph is in a round frame. Below the man in the center of the frame is a caption that reads “20.” To the right of the central figure is an incomplete photograph of a trestle bridge.
Round portraits of the head and shoulders of men wearing uniforms. Each photograph is in a round frame. Below the man in the center of the frame is a caption that reads “30.” On the bottom right, a man is wearing a hat with “Conductor” embroidered on the front.
Round portraits of the head and shoulders of men wearing uniforms. Each photograph is in a round frame. Below the man in the center of the frame is a caption that reads “18.” Embroidered on the front of his hat is “Conductor.”
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.
Photograph showing the entire day force for the cable railway in 1893. Men in suits and uniforms stand in front of a cable car with “Alder, Fifth, Jefferson, and Fifteenth” written on the side. Behind the cable car is a decorative wooden garage building. Along the bottom of the photograph, a typed caption reads “Entire day force of cable railway employees in 1893. John Cox, J.G. Mann, Dick Gregory are in the crowd.”
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 men and women with train car #1500. The train is on a hillside, and a small wooden platform is visible at the front. One man sits on the platform, while the others stand in a line behind him. A train conductor is visible on the right side of the train in a window. The women wear dresses and large hats.
Group portrait showing men in front of a small wooden building. Several men sit or stand at ground level, while others are on a raised wooden porch. Some of the men are wearing uniforms. A caption reads “Mt. Tabor waiting room at 69th Street in 1892 – Andy Richmond, T. Frack, ‘Mike’ Brady, ‘Mike’ McNeary.’” At the bottom right of the photograph is written “Emery, Artist.” (Image note: negative is broken at lower right corner).
Photograph showing a night crew at the Sellwood car barn, with car #1093. The group is looking at the camera while standing in front of the train car. Two men stand on a step in the doorway, while others stand at ground level. All men are wearing work clothes, including either jackets or overalls.
Photograph showing five men facing forward while standing in a line and holding a long wooden stick. Around the men is an area of knee-high foliage, and a wooden building in the background. (Image note: discoloration is visible at the top right corner of the negative. See related images PGE 16-131.1, PGE 16-131.2, PGE 16-131.4, PGE 16-131.5).
Photograph showing five men standing in a group and facing forward, all looking at the camera. The man on the far right is holding a long wooden stick in his left hand. Around the group is knee high foliage, with a wooden building visible in the background. (Image note: discoloration is visible at top and right portions of the negative. See related images PGE 16-131.1, PGE 16-131.2, PGE 16-131.3, PGE 16-131.5)
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.
Negatives documenting company activities, including electrical infrastructure, employees, power generation and distribution throughout Portland, the Willamette Valley and the Oregon Cascade Range. Additional general images include streetcars and trains, street lighting, power line installation, Rose Festival floats, office buildings, car barns and bridges. Of particular note are dam building projects at Bull Run and along the Clackamas River (1910-1930), and early electric stations in Oregon City at Willamette Falls.
Full length portrait of a man wearing a uniform. To the right of the photograph is written additional information, such as badge number, division and record. A caption under the portrait reads “A. Aiken.” A small portion of another portrait be seen at the right side of the frame.
Full length portrait of a man wearing a uniform. To the right of the photograph is written additional information, such as badge number, division and record. A caption under the portrait reads “A. Mulligan.”
Full length portrait of B.W. Thomas in uniform and hat. To the right of the photograph is written additional information, such as badge number, division and record. To the left another unidentified employee can be seen in another portrait.
Two portraits of the same man, taken twenty years apart. On the left portrait is the caption “Twenty years ago.” On the right, the man is older with the caption “today.” At the bottom of both images is written “Charles Cooper – Entered service of C. & S.Ry. April 12th, 1892 as first assistant engineer in power plant. At present in charge of station ‘E’ power station P.Ry.L & P.Co.”
Round portrait of the head and shoulders of a man with a mustache and uniform. Below the man is a caption that reads “40.” Other incomplete portraits are visible on the right and bottom of the frame. The same individual is photographed in PGE134-9.