Storefronts--Oregon--Portland

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Hollywood Arcade building, 41st and Sandy, Portland

Photograph showing the two-story Hollywood Arcade building at East 41st Street North and Sandy Boulevard (now Northeast 41st Avenue and Northeast Sandy Boulevard) in Portland. The building was adjacent to the Hollywood Theatre. Signs for the following businesses are visible on the ground floor): Gene’s Sandwich Shop; Ziegler’s Drug Store; Kienow’s Market; and Reihsen’s Better Meats. On the second floor are signs for the Hollywood College of Music and Ballet; J. W. Cormany Real Estate; and Silvanus Kingsley, lawyer.

Parlor Grocery, Northeast Fremont Street, Portland

Photograph showing the exterior of the Parlor Grocery on Northeast Fremont Street near Northeast 47th Avenue in Portland. Produce is displayed in the store window at left. On the windows are signs advertising prices for Ivory Soap; Royal Gelatin and Royal Pudding; Calo pet food; Pillsbury pancake flour; Lipton’s tea; Oxydol; Linit starch; Leslie salt; and Kellog's Pep. See related image No. 371N5614.

Parlor Grocery, Northeast Fremont Street, Portland

Photograph showing the exterior of the Parlor Grocery on Northeast Fremont Street near Northeast 47th Avenue in Portland. Produce is displayed in the store window at center. On the windows are signs advertising prices for Ivory Soap; Royal Gelatin and Royal Pudding; Calo pet food; Pillsbury pancake flour; Lipton’s tea; Oxydol; Fontana’s macaroni spaghetti noodles; Linit starch; Leslie salt; Chase & Sanborn coffee; and Kellogg’s Pep. See related image No. 371N5613.

Exterior of Independent Grocers Alliance Model Store, Portland

Photograph showing the exterior of the Independent Grocers Alliance (IGA) Model Store in Portland. The interior is partially visible through the open front door of the store. Above the entrance are the IGA emblem and signs that read “THE MODEL STORE / I. G. A. STORES.” Coffee, Jell-O, Gold-Tost Corn Flakes, Shredded Wheat, salt, and canned fruit are displayed in the left storefront window, and produce is displayed in the right window. See related image No. 371N5616.

Palace Market, 48th and Hawthorne, Portland

Photograph showing the exterior of the Palace Market grocery store on Southeast Hawthorne Street in Portland. The market’s doors are open to the sidewalk and produce is displayed in front. Above the doors and awning is a sign that reads “PALACE MARKET / MEATS / POULTRY / SEA FOOD.” The intersection in the background at left is Southeast 48th Avenue. On the building across 48th is a sign for Gill’s Grocery.

Powell Market, Portland

Photograph, taken from across the street, showing the exterior of the Powell Market in Portland. The front of the store is open to the sidewalk and bunting is hanging from the building. On the front of the building are two signs, one that reads “POWELL MARKET” and another that reads “THE RED & WHITE STORE.” A sandwich board on the sidewalk outside the building reads “GRAND OPENING / DEC. 3 / POWELL MARKET.” See related image No. 371N5646.

Powell Market, Portland

Photograph, taken from across the street, showing the exterior of the Powell Market in Portland. The front of the store is open to the sidewalk and bunting is hanging from the building. On the front of the building are two signs, one that reads “POWELL MARKET” and another that reads “THE RED & WHITE STORE.” See related image No. 371N5645.

Freeman's Second Hand Store

Edward Freeman? and his children standing in front of Freeman's Second-Hand Store. Edward Freeman ran a second-hand store on Union Avenue (now NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd) near what is now Fremont Park. He and his wife Ida moved with their son Theodore from Colorado in about 1915. They had two daughters in Portland, Ida and Gertrude.