6 thoughts on “Municipal Paving Plant, 1928

  1. I have read personal correspondence from the files of A.L.Barbur pertaining to this paving plant and its effect on the community. A.L. was my husband’s great grandfather.

  2. The picture was taken the month the plant opened the crane was salvaged from the seawall project downtown. Jim, This was located just north of Montgomery Dock #2 which burned down last summer. The site is now occupied by the Sackrete Plant at 1402 N. River St.

  3. Carmen, My mother was born in a small house on SE 25th Ave, just north of Powell. Mr. Barbur was my grandparents neighbor. In the early 1920’s he lived on SE 24th.

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