NE Glisan Street, 1969

Heating by Sandberg located on the corner of NE Glisan Street and NE Union Avenue (NE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard), 1969.

 

City of Portland (OR) Archives, A2011-018.408.

 

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11 thoughts on “NE Glisan Street, 1969

  1. I miss all the old neon that has been removed, the night time just isn’t as vibrant these days..

  2. That stretch of Glisan was renamed too. It’s Lloyd Blvd now.

    I remember that marquee was “Beeper City” in the 1990’s. I got my first and only beeper there before cellphones became affordable.

  3. The 1963 Pontiac Tempest in foreground has it’s passenger side “wing window” open; I miss those, they were nice to have.

  4. Also has the PontiacTempest’s “rope drive” and if a 4cyl it is the 1\2 a V8 engine, a V8 minus one bank of cylinders. Weird things they did.

  5. Spirit of 77 is a good place but hard to find an empty spot in the lot. Have had to park @ the Convention Center. It was worth it.

  6. Lou, I really miss those wing windows too. You could get air without those weird air current noises. I think they went away when people stopped smoking in cars, but that could just be a coincidence.

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