Wonder Bread has been available to generations of Portlanders as this 1937 advertisement on N. Vancouver Avenue attests. The view is east on Fremont Street.
(City of Portland Archives)
Tags: E.C. Anderson, Historical Photo, Oregon, Portland, postaday2011, Richfield, Wonder Bread
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Wow, in street view that’s all vacant lots now. http://g.co/maps/37azf
Howdy Dave…Thanks! I think you’re possibly looking west though with your Google link. Perhaps we’re instead to look East towards Mt. Hood. That or Google maps makes us look West 1st.
I love Google maps.
I’m thinking that’s the actual bakery building?
Dbrunker’s right. All vacant lots now. I used to live nearby, and Google maps is looking east.
The Wonder Bread sign is actually the Wonder Bread Bakery. I worked there in the 60’s There tore it down a few years ago and now the block is home to New Seasons
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