11 thoughts on “NE Sandy Boulevard, 1934

  1. Is that market at Fred Meyers? I think I remember it’s being like that maybe in the 50s or early 60s. The one on W. Burnside by the stadium was like that.

  2. If that is the Fred Meyer, I think that must be the intersection of 42nd and Sandy behind the lady and produce man. You can see the bell tower of the Rose City Park Presbyterian Church in the background on the right.

  3. Actually, this photo was taken on the North side of Sandy looking East at intersecting 41st (basically where Radio Shack was in recent years). You can see the JC Penney sign (far right) on the SW corner of 42nd & Sandy where Harold Kelly’s was in later years, and the First National Bank at the across the street to the East on the SE corner of 42nd & Sandy.

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