NE 13th & Holladay, 1960

The biggest change in this scene more than a half century later is that the Max tracks now go east and west on NE Holladay Street. That’s NE 13th Avenue we’re looking north on with the brand-new Lloyd Center in the background.

A2005-001.937 NE 13th north to Holladay St(City of Portland Archives)

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6 Responses to “NE 13th & Holladay, 1960”

  1. Lynette Says:

    Thanks for this vintage view of the park, too!

  2. Mike Says:

    What type of car is that parked in front of that line of cars?

  3. John S. Says:

    I think it’s a Renault Dauphine.

  4. Michael Newton Says:

    Here is view of today’s NE 13th Ave and NE Holladay. https://maps.google.com/?ll=45.529848,-122.652565&spn=0.000563,0.001032&t=h&z=21&layer=c&cbll=45.529848,-122.652565&panoid=eVt-ap7-apuuiNiEkgRR2w&cbp=12,339.63,,0,1.58

  5. Mike G Says:

    Yea, Renault, but I love the 1949 Cadillac fastback sitting behind the ’57 Chevy.

  6. Dave Brunker (@dbrunker) Says:

    Michael Newton:
    Thanks for the link. When you look at Street View there’s a button and space for directions on the left. Next to the button there’s a printer icon and an icon that’s supposed to be a chain (you know for link?). When you click the chain you’ll see a tab open up with the URL of the map. If you click the box that says, “Short URL” you get something like this:

    http://goo.gl/maps/e6k8x

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