NW Glisan Street, 1950

Crew on Truck 3, a 1950 American LaFrance, leaving Station 3 at 1425 NW Glisan Street, 1950. This structure, currently Touché Restaurant, is slated to be demolished to make way for a multi-unit apartment complex.

 

City of Portland Archives, Oregon, Crew on Truck 3 (1950 American LaFrance) leaving the station, 1950, A2001-083

City of Portland Archives, Oregon, Crew on Truck 3 (1950 American LaFrance) leaving the station, 1950, A2001-083

 

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NW 2nd Avenue, 1899

Street view of Chinatown on NW 2nd Avenue, 1899. This, along with other City Archives images, is on display at the Oregon Historical Society as a part of the exhibit, “Beyond the Gate: A Tale of Portland’s Historic Chinatowns,” which runs until June 21, 2016. For more information, please click here.

 

City of Portland Archives, Oregon, A2010-015.8

City of Portland Archives, Oregon, A2010-015.8

 

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The Forestry Building, 1956

The Forestry Building, November 30, 1956. Known as the “world’s largest log cabin,” the Forestry Building was constructed as part of Portland’s Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition of 1905.

City of Portland Archives, Oregon, A2001-030.2739

City of Portland Archives, Oregon, A2001-030.2739

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