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George L. Baker, two boys with flag, and crowd at unidentified ceremony

Photograph of two unidentified boys in uniforms holding a United States flag during a ceremony. They are standing in front of a sculpture or pedestal on the sidewalk outside a building. A crowd of people, mostly women, is gathered behind the sculpture. To the left of the sculpture are two men; the man closest to the sculpture is George L Baker, who was probably mayor of Portland when this photograph was taken. See related image No. 371N0144.

George L. Baker, two boys with flag, and crowd at unidentified ceremony

Photograph of two unidentified boys in uniforms holding a United States flag during a ceremony. They are standing in front of a sculpture or pedestal on the sidewalk outside a building. A crowd of people, mostly women, is gathered behind the sculpture. To the left of the sculpture are two men; the man closest to the sculpture is George L Baker, who was probably mayor of Portland when this photograph was taken. See related image No. 371N0143.

Helen Hawkins christening new bus at ceremony in Portland

Photograph showing Helen Hawkins smashing a bottle on the front of a new Southern Pacific company bus during a ceremony outside Portland City Hall on September 19, 1927. Watching at right is Portland Mayor George L. Baker; at left is Mrs. Herbert Malarkey. The ceremony celebrated the new Southern Pacific bus service to the Willamette Valley. The Oregon Journal published a short story, headlined “New Bus Line is Christened in Portland,” on Page 2 of its September 19, 1927 city edition. See related image Nos. 371N0115, 371N0116, 371N0117, 371N5110, 371N5111, and 371N5112.

Mrs. Herbert Malarkey, Helen Hawkins, and Mayor George L. Baker at bus-christening ceremony in Portland

Photograph showing (from left) Mrs. Herbert Malarkey, Helen Hawkins, and Portland Mayor George L. Baker front of a new Southern Pacific company bus during a ceremony outside Portland City Hall on September 19, 1927. Hawkins, who christened the bus, is holding a large bouquet of flowers and the neck of a bottle wrapped in ribbon. Baker is holding one end of the ribbon. The ceremony celebrated the new Southern Pacific bus service to the Willamette Valley. The Oregon Journal published a short story, headlined “New Bus Line is Christened in Portland,” on Page 2 of its September 19, 1927, city edition. See related image Nos. 371N0114, 371N0116, 371N0117, 371N5110, 371N5111, and 371N5112.

Mrs. Herbert Malarkey, Helen Hawkins, and Mayor George L. Baker at bus-christening ceremony in Portland

Photograph showing (from left) Mrs. Herbert Malarkey, Helen Hawkins, and Portland Mayor George L. Baker during a ceremony to christen a new Southern Pacific company bus. The ceremony was held outside Portland City Hall on September 19, 1927. Hawkins is holding a large bouquet of flowers, and Baker is dangling a bottle wrapped in ribbon. The ceremony celebrated the new Southern Pacific bus service to the Willamette Valley. The Oregon Journal published a short story, headlined “New Bus Line is Christened in Portland,” on Page 2 of its September 19, 1927, city edition. See related image Nos. 371N0114, 371N0115, 371N0117, 371N5110, 371N5111, and 371N5112.

Group posing at bus-christening ceremony in Portland

Photograph showing a group of people posing in front of a new Southern Pacific company bus during a christening ceremony held outside Portland City Hall on September 19, 1927. At the center of the group are (from left) Mrs. Herbert Malarkey, Portland Mayor George L. Baker, and Helen Hawkins, who christened the bus. The others in the group are unidentified. The ceremony celebrated the new Southern Pacific bus service to the Willamette Valley. The Oregon Journal published a short story, headlined “New Bus Line is Christened in Portland,” on Page 2 of its September 19, 1927, city edition. See related image Nos. 371N0114, 371N0115, 371N0116, 371N5110, 371N5111, and 371N5112.