Multnomah Stadium, circa 1940

This aerial view shows the Multnomah Athletic Club and Multnomah Stadium as well as some of the surrounding area, circa 1940. On the right you can see SW 18th Avenue, while SW Salmon Street runs in front of the athletic club.

 

002.6793   Aerial View of Multnomah Stadium and the Multnomah Athletic Club

Aerial view of Multnomah Stadium and the Multnomah Athletic Club, circa 1940: A2004-002.6793

 

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4th Street, 1933

These men are excavating a hill the hard way during one of Portland’s Depression era works relief projects. They are loading trucks and sorting rock piles for fills on 4th Street, which later became Barbur Blvd.

 

Men grading hill and loading trucks and sorting rock piles for fills on SW 4th Street, 025.520

Men grading hill and loading trucks and sorting rock piles for fills on SW 4th Street, Aug. 5, 1933: A2000-025.520

 

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W Burnside Street, 1917

W Burnside Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues, October 4, 1917. The old Burnside Bridge is visible in the background.

 

W Burnside between 1st Ave. and 2nd Ave., Oct. 4, 1917: A2008-004.44

W Burnside between 1st Ave. and 2nd Ave., Oct. 4, 1917: A2008-004.44

 

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Park Avenue, 1894

Flood damage at Park and Ankeny, looking north. This photograph was taken June 9, 1894. Previous posts have shown images of the same flood from different angles: Front and Morrison, 1st and Stark, and Ankeny and Park.

 

Flood on the North Park blocks, 1894: A2004-002.1570

Flood on the North Park blocks, 1894: A2004-002.1570

 

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