The historic 1907 Wells Fargo Building on the left is the only recognizable bit of property left from this view west on SW Oak at 6th. The Benson Hotel can be seen in the sunshine another block up.
(City of Portland Archives)
Tags: Cigars, L.V.Lund, Leonard Kaufman, lunches, tailor
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