Portland, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. 1894 Portland Flood, Goodyear Rubber Co. - Towne

    1894 Portland Flood, Goodyear Rubber Co.

    This unusual photo shows the interior of the Goodyear Rubber Company retail store, located on First Street, about two blocks from the Willamette River. Learn More
  2. A Man and His Bicycle - Mrs. Flora H. Browning

    A Man and His Bicycle - circa 1895

    This highly detailed view suggests a close relationship between this man, his books, and his bicycle. Learn More
  3. Bishop Scott Academy - 1890

    Bishop Scott Academy - 1890

    Bishop Scott Academy was founded in Portland in 1870 as Bishop Scott Grammar and Divinity School by Episcopal Bishop Benjamin Wistar Morris, and named after his predecessor, Bishop Thomas Fielding Scott. Learn More
  4. Burning of Portland Waterfront North of Madison Bridge - Woods

    Burning of Portland Waterfront North of Madison Bridge - c. 1898

    This dramatic photo shows a fire in progress that destroyed at least a block of buildings along the Portland waterfront. Learn More
  5. Downtown Portland and the West Hills - Hale

    Downtown Portland and the West Hills - 1898

    By 1898 Portland had become a thriving modern city, and fine homes were making their way up the slopes of the West Hills. Learn More
  6. Five Young Ladies Rehearsing Their Parts - Gifford

    Five Young Ladies Rehearsing Their Parts - c. 1892

    In this early Benjamin Gifford photo, we see five girls in matching dresses apparently rehearsing for a stage performance. Learn More
  7. James Longmire, Founder of Longmire Springs - Potter

    James Longmire, Founder of Longmire Springs - c. 1895

    James Longmire first saw Mt. Rainier in 1853, when he guided the first wagon train to cross Naches Pass to the north. Learn More
  8. Looking North on 11th and 12th, Portland, with Mt. St. Helens

    Looking North on 11th and 12th, Portland, with Mt. St. Helens - 1893

    We assume the date given on the original boudoir sized print is more accurate than the mountain's name, which is incorrectly listed as Mt. Hood! Learn More
  9. Looking North over Portland Towards Mt. St. Helens - McAlpin

    Looking North over Portland Towards Mt. St. Helens - 1890

    We're looking up Broadway, with the Park Blocks on the left. Note the lack of electric lines. Learn More
  10. Looking Over East Portland Towards Mt. Hood - Hale

    Looking Over East Portland Towards Mt. Hood - 1898

    Part of a series of Portland views created by Hale, this scene looks east towards Mt Hood, over the growing industrial area in southeast Portland. Learn More
  11. Looking Over Portland's Bridges Towards Mt. St. Helens - Hale

    Looking Over Portland's Bridges Towards Mt. St. Helens - c. 1898

    This early view shows three of Portland's bridges across the Willamette, all of which have been replaced since the photo was created in 1898. Learn More
  12. Lunch with Grandma and Grandpa

    Lunch with Grandma and Grandpa - c. 1898

    Young Lottie Ostby shares a meal with her grandparents, somewhere in the Portland area. In addition to tea, there appear to be several kinds of fruit and baked goods. Learn More
  13. Mt. Hood from Portland West Hill - Hale

    Mt. Hood from Portland West Hills - c. 1896

    Part of a series of town views of Portland created by photographer Herbert A. Hale, this view looks across the western end of downtown towards snow-covered Mt. Hood. Learn More
  14. Portland from the West Hills - Haynes

    Portland from the West Hills - 1890s

    This overview of Portland was published in the 1890s by Frank J. Haynes as Number 1 of a series of magic lantern glass slides of Pacific Northwest subjects. Learn More
  15. Portland Waterfront, Looking Northwest

    Portland Waterfront, Looking Northwest - c. 1895

    While we can't quite read the names of the ships in this photo, we can certainly see the names of many of the buildings on the west shore of the Willamette River. Learn More
  16. Portland Wire & Iron Works

    Portland Wire & Iron Works - c. 1898

    Four of the men are identified in this group portrait of employees of the Portland Wire & Iron Works, located at 84 North Second Street in Portland, at the corner of Everett. Learn More
  17. Steamer Ocean Wave in Portland Harbor - Arthur B. McAlpin

    Sidewheeler Steamer Ocean Wave in Portland Harbor - c. 1895

    The sidewheeler Ocean Wave was designed by Joseph Kamm in built in Portland. Learn More
  18. The Bath

    The Bath - 1898

    A brother and sister receive their weekly bath on the back porch in this classic Portland scene. Learn More
  19. The Haircut

    The Haircut - 1898

    A mother gives her son a trim near the shed in the backyard as his sister looks on, in this classic Portland scene. Learn More
  20. The Waiter - Davies

    The Waiter - c. 1898

    The long and thin proportions of this photo accentuate the slender build of the very proper waiter in late 19th century Portland. Learn More
  21. Triangle Club, Portland YMCA, Ready for a Climb of Mt. Hood - James H. Eaton

    Triangle Club, Portland YMCA, Ready for a Climb of Mt. Hood - 1896

    Eight members of the Portland YMCA Triangle Club get ready to head to Mt. Hood for a group climb. Two others who accompanied them are manning the camera. Learn More
  22. USS Charleston, The 1st US Protected Cruiser, in Portland - Towne

    USS Charleston, The 1st US Protected Cruiser, in Portland - 1892

    This is the second USS Charleston. It was an important ship - the first US protected cruiser to be built. Learn More
  23. Zan Brothers Broom Factory, Portland

    Zan Brothers Broom Factory, Portland - c. 1895

    This 1890s Portland broom factory was located at 213 North 12th Street, in the old numbering system, according to an 1893 directory listing. Learn More

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