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Governor Tom McCall signing autographs at a 1970 Earth Day Celebration

Governor Tom McCall signing an unidentified student’s gas mask. Student newspaper reporter, Anne Kolibaba, stands in the behind them while a photographer kneels with a camera in the foreground. The image was taken during the first Earth Day celebration at Fremont Junior High School (today Parkrose Middle School) in Portland, Oregon on April 22, 1970.

Scott, Gary

Governor Tom McCall holding an ecology flag at a 1970 Earth Day Celebration

Governor Tom McCall holding up an ecology flag while surrounded by a group of students at Fremont Junior High School (today Parkrose Middle School) in Portland, Oregon. Artwork created by students from litter cleaned from the neighborhood around the school is visible in the background. The image was taken during the first Earth Day celebration on April 22, 1970.

Scott, Gary

Governor Tom McCall at a 1970 Earth Day Celebration

Governor Tom McCall speaking with a group of students at Fremont Junior High School (today Parkrose Middle School) in Portland, Oregon. Artwork created by students from litter cleaned from the neighborhood around the school is visible in the background. The image was taken during the first Earth Day celebration on April 22, 1970.

Scott, Gary

Governor Tom McCall at a 1970 Earth Day Celebration

Governor Tom McCall speaking with a group of students at Fremont Junior High School (today Parkrose Middle School) in Portland, Oregon. Artwork created by students from litter cleaned from the neighborhood around the school is visible in the background. The image was taken during the first Earth Day celebration on April 22, 1970.

Scott, Gary

Governor Tom McCall at a 1970 Earth Day Celebration

Governor Tom McCall shaking hands with an unidentified man during a presentation at Fremont Junior High School (today Parkrose Middle School) in Portland, Oregon. Artwork created by students from litter cleaned from the neighborhood around the school is visible in the background. The image was taken during the first Earth Day celebration on April 22, 1970.

Scott, Gary

Governor Tom McCall at a 1970 Earth Day Celebration

Governor Tom McCall speaking to an audience at Fremont Junior High School (today Parkrose Middle School) in Portland, Oregon. Ann Kolibaba and an unidentified student stand to the side of the podium. Artwork created by students from litter cleaned from the neighborhood around the school is visible in the background. The image was taken during the first Earth Day celebration on April 22, 1970.

Scott, Gary

Governor Tom McCall at a 1970 Earth Day Celebration

Governor Tom McCall shaking hands with an unidentified man during a presentation at Fremont Junior High School (today Parkrose Middle School) in Portland, Oregon. Artwork created by students from litter cleaned from the neighborhood around the school is visible in the background. The image was taken during the first Earth Day celebration on April 22, 1970.

Scott, Gary

Governor Tom McCall at a 1970 Earth Day Celebration

Governor Tom McCall delivering a speech to an audience at Fremont Junior High School (today Parkrose Middle School) in Portland, Oregon. In the background students hold up large letters and a sign that reads “Good grief Charlie Brown, the governor is coming!” The image was taken during the first Earth Day celebration on April 22, 1970.

Scott, Gary

Governor Tom McCall at a 1970 Earth Day Celebration

Governor Tom McCall delivering a speech to an audience at Fremont Junior High School (today Parkrose Middle School) in Portland, Oregon. In the background students hold up large letters and a sign that reads “Let’s get gussied up for the gov.” The image was taken during the first Earth Day celebration on April 22, 1970.

Scott, Gary

Governor Tom McCall at a 1970 Earth Day Celebration

Governor Tom McCall shaking hands with an unidentified man during a presentation at Fremont Junior High School (today Parkrose Middle School) in Portland, Oregon. Artwork created by students from litter cleaned from the neighborhood around the school is visible in the background. The image was taken during the first Earth Day celebration on April 22, 1970.

Scott, Gary

Governor Tom McCall and Anne Kolibaba at a 1970 Earth Day Celebration

Governor Tom McCall seated in a folding chair being interviewed by student newspaper reporter, Anne Kolibaba. Kolibaba wears a “Press” badge pinned to her dress and is holding a pen and notebook. The image was taken during the first Earth Day celebration at Fremont Junior High School (today Parkrose Middle School) in Portland, Oregon on April 22, 1970.

Scott, Gary

Broadside of Western Defense Command instructions to all persons of Japanese ancestry

Broadside printed in green text detailing the provisions of Civilian Exclusion Order No. 46 issued by General J. L. Dewitt. It is directed towards Japanese Americans living in Clackamas and eastern Multnomah Counties. The notice reads that "all persons of Japanese ancestry, both alien and non-alien, will be evacuated from [all of Clackamas County and Multnomah County east of 122nd Avenue] by 12 o'clock noon, P.W.T., May 12, 1942." The notice contains instructions for how Japanese Americans should report to the Civil Control Station located on the Gresham Fairgrounds "to receive further instructions" between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM on either May 7th or May 8th, along with guidelines of what possessions they may or may not bring with them.

United States. Army. Western Defense Command

View of Rooster Rock in Columbia River Gorge

Photograph showing a view looking east up the Columbia River Gorge. Rooster Rock is in the foreground and the Rooster Rock Cannery is visible through the trees on the lower right. Taken from a nearby hillside. Stamp on the back for Kiser's Studio. Typed note on the back of the print reads, "Lower Columbia River near Westport, Ore. SP&S Ry." [This note is incorrect. This image portrays the Columbia River Gorge, not Westport, Oregon.]

Kiser Photo Co. (Portland, Or.)

Alice Bachman, Margaret Tabor, and J. W. Tabor, at Mount Tabor, Portland, 1895

Alice Bachman, Margaret Tabor, and J. W. Tabor standing in front of a stone building at the corner of the Mount Tabor Reservoir in Portland, Oregon, circa 1895. Several bicycles are parked at the base of the stairs into the building. A handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Tabor & Alice Bachman at Mount Tabor, Portland, 1895 (My best guess for date). 60th and Division - Water reservoir."

City Park, Portland, 1895

An unidentified man and young child walking on a path in the gardens at City Park (now Washington Park) in Portland, Oregon, circa 1895. The park greenhouse is visible behind shrubbery at the right of the photograph. A handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "City Park (Wa. Park), 1895 (greenhouse at right)."

Margaret Tabor and Alice Bachman, City Park, Portland, 1895

Margaret Tabor and Alice Bachman standing beside a fountain in the gardens at City Park (now Washington Park) in Portland, Oregon, circa 1895. A handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "Mrs. J. W. (Margaret) Tabor & Alice Bachman, 1895, City Park (now Wa. Park)."

City Park, Portland, 1895

A view of walking paths and flower gardens in City Park (now Washington Park) in Portland, Oregon, circa 1895. A handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "City Park, 1895 (now Wa. Park)."

Mount Tabor Reservoir, 1895

A view of fountains spraying water into the air in the center of Mount Tabor Reservoir in Portland, Oregon, circa 1895. A handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "Mt. Tabor Reservoir, 1895."

Portland street scene, 1895

View of a Portland, Oregon, street scene, circa 1895. The street is tentatively identified as Morrison. There are street car tracks in the street and a street car, horse drawn buggies, and bicyclists are visible on the street. A painted sign for the Domestic Sewing Machine Office is visible on the side of a building to the left of the photograph. A handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "Portland, 1895 (possibly Morrison)."

Portland livery stable, 1895

A view of a street in Portland, Oregon, with street car tracks in the road. A horse is emerging from a livery stable at the right of the photograph. A handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "Portland, 1895 - Livery Stable (r.)(3rd?)."

Portland cable cars tracks, 1895

A view of cable cars at the top of a hill in Portland, Oregon, circa 1895. The photograph is looking south on 18th Avenue from near Chapman (Jefferson) Street. A handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "Looking South on 18th from near Chapman (Jefferson) to Portland Hts (RHE 11-23-99)." A second, handwritten description which has been crossed out reads, "23rd Ave. Cable Car (from Burnside), 1895."

Portland, 1895

A view of Portland, Oregon, taken from an elevated point in the West Hills looking east, circa 1895. A handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "Portland, 1895."

Steamboat, Willamette River, 1895

A cyanotype of a steamboat on the Willamette River, circa 1895, with the Portland, Oregon, waterfront visible in the background. A handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "Steamboat on Willamette, Portland, 1895."

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