7 thoughts on “Sellwood Community House, 1930

  1. My kids have taken classes there and gone to summer camps. It is great and the building remains largely unmolested.

  2. This is an amazing photograph and this is an amazing building; unique on so many levels. I wonder how many in the top rows survived WWII, and how many in the lower rows survived all the later wars that came. Some of the faces here resemble people I’ve known; so youthful, hopeful and full of promise.

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