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.
These men are removing snow on SW 12th Avenue between Main Street and Jefferson Street on Feb. 2, 1950. Notice Portland’s locally designed Scoopmobile in the background.
This photograph shows SW Yamhill Street from the corner of Park Avenue looking west. The sign on the right side of the screen is for Embers. On the left side is the Pythian building. This building is still standing today.
In this view of SW 4th Avenue you can see the Multnomah County Court House and McElroy’s Spanish Ballroom, located on the corner of SW Main Street. Can you see any other establishments in this image?
This image shows SW Park Avenue looking north towards SW Yamhill Street in 1964. The Virginia Café and Embers are visible.
This image provides of view from Waterfront Park, looking towards the Burnside Bridge, in 1983. This area has transformed since this image was taken.
This cityscape, circa 1895, is from Southwest Portland looking northeast, towards the old Morrison Bridge.