Pipes (Conduits)

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Oak Grove project, group standing on pipe at lower portal of tunnel #2

Photograph showing a group of men standing on large pipes. The men at the right of the frame look towards the camera, and are wearing hats with suit vests or dress shirts. They are Clark, Franklin T. Griffith, Fuller, Caldwell, and Osborne. Four men can be seen on the left side of the frame with tools, leaning towards the pipe work. A tunnel entrance can be seen in the background.

Oak Grove Project, intake

Photograph of Oak Grove Dam showing intake on river from high angle. To the right of the intake, a small wooden building is at the top of a hillside, with several electrical lines visible. Below the building, a large pipe goes into the hillside.

Station E, circulation system

Photograph showing the water circulation system at Station E (northwest Portland, near the intersection of NW 21st Avenue and NW Sherlock Avenue). A man looks at the camera while a pipe sprays a stream of water into the river. Several large ships and barges can be seen in the distance.

Group of men working on electrical utilities

Photograph showing four men working on electrical utilities while wearing matching bowler hats. The two furthest individuals are holding an object while two others look on. The man closest to the front of the frame is holding a folding measuring tape. Surrounding the group are multiple conduits. Written on the negative is "49-274." (Image note: see related images PGE 49-273, PGE 49-275).

Timothy Lake water release

Photograph taken from a high angle and looking downward at a large stream of water being released from a pipe attached to a small building. Two automobiles can be seen next to the building, one with "PGE" painted on the drivers side door. Behind the building is a cutaway hillside with dirt and rocks. Written on the negative is "56-254."

Timothy Lake water release

Photograph taken from a high angle and looking downward at a large stream of water being released from a pipe attached to a small building. A man can be seen standing to the right of the building, and two automobiles are parked in front. Water flows away from the building into the trees. Uphill is a dirt road and embankments. Written on the negative is "56-254."

Timothy Lake water release

Photograph taken from a high angle and looking downward at a large stream of water being released from a pipe attached to a small building. Just below the camera, a man faces towards the side and points at the water. Behind the building is a cutaway hillside with dirt and rocks. Written on the negative is "56-254."

Children playing near large pipe

Three children, with toys, stand next to the mouth of a large metal pipe. They’re wearing overalls, and two have leather helmets. Large rocks lay on the ground around the pipe (negative 6 of 14).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Campball and air conditioner system at Paramount Theatre

A man with air conditioning system at the Paramount Theatre in Portland (now known as the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall on S.W. Broadway Street). He is wearing a work coat, embroidered with “Campball” and is extending one arm to a wheel attached to a pipe. “Dayton-Dowd” can be seen on the front unit. Other pipes and wheels can be seen throughout the image (negative 7 of 13).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

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