Portland, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. M. K. Lauden, Co-founder of Portland Business College - Buchtel

    M. K. Lauden, Co-founder of Portland Business College - 1868

    Lauden, along with H. M DeFrance, started National Business College in Portland in 1866, which was renamed as Portland Business College in the 1880s. Learn More
  2. Marcus "Mutt" Kelly and his Indian Motorcycle

    Marcus "Mutt" Kelly and his Indian Motorcycle - c. 1928

    Marcus "Mutt" Kelly was part of the Portland Motorcycle Club in 1928, before moving to Wisconsin where he was a competitive motorcycle racer. Learn More
  3. Mary Marsh, Daughter of Sidney &  Eliza - Buchtel

    Mary Marsh, Daughter of Sidney & Eliza - c. 1876

    Mary Marsh was about eleven years old when this photo of her was taken by Joseph Buchtel. Her father would die young three years later. Learn More
  4. Meier & Frank One-Ton GMC Delivery Truck

    Meier & Frank One-Ton GMC Delivery Truck - c. 1919

    In a 1919 article, the Oregonian featured a similar truck, which Meier & Frank had purchased from Wentworth & Lewis in Portland. Learn More
  5. 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
  6. Mt. Hood from Portland, Oregon - Davidson

    Mt. Hood from Portland, Oregon - c. 1855

    This is a photograph by Davidson, made about 1888, of a painting by an unknown artist dating from about 1855. Davidson created a number of scenic boudoir cards that were photos of paintings from earlier decades. Learn More
  7. Multnomah Hotel, Portland - Columbia Commercial Studio

    Multnomah Hotel, Portland - c. 1918

    When the Multnomah Hotel first opened in 1912, it was the Northwest's largest and most modern hotel. It remained Portland's largest hotel until 1961. Learn More
  8. Navy Ships Along the Waterfront, Portland - Eddy

    Navy Ships Along the Waterfront, Portland - 1936

    Navy ships pause near the Portland Public Market in August, 1936. Opened in late 1933, it was at the time the world's largest public and farmer's market. Learn More
  9. Navy Ships in front of Old Steel Bridge, Portland - Indahl

    Navy Ships in front of Old Steel Bridge, Portland - c. 1905

    Taken upstream from its companion photo (see Related Photos below), this view shows two unidentified Navy ships resting in the waters of the Willamette in Portland. Learn More
  10. NCR Exhibit at Lewis and Clark Exposition

    NCR Exhibit at Lewis and Clark Exposition - c. 1905

    One of the few buildings from the 1905 Lewis and Clark Exposition that survive, the NCR building provided the first opportunity for many fair goers to experience motion pictures. Learn More
  11. Oaks Amusement Park, Looking North on the Avenue

    Oaks Amusement Park, Looking North on the Avenue - c. 1915

    "The Avenue" is the name given to the boardwalk at Oaks Amusement Park in Sellwood when it opened in 1905. This view was captured in about 1915. Learn More
  12. Ocean Liner Passing Through Draw of Burnside Bridge - Eddy

    Ocean Liner Passing Through Draw of Burnside Bridge - 1931

    An Ocean Liner passes through the opened bridge in September, 1931, about five years after the new Burnside Bridge was completed, replacing an 1894 swing-span version. Learn More
  13. Ocean Wind Jammer, Willamette River, Portland - Howard C. Tibbitts

    Ocean Wind Jammer, Willamette River, Portland - 1908

    This is the Emanuele Accame, a steel vessel built in 1891 by the Continental Lead & Iron Company in Perusola, Italy. Learn More
  14. Olaf Indahl, Self-portrait at his Desk - Indahl

    Olaf Indahl, Self-portrait at his Desk - c. 1905

    An eclectic collection of artwork provides inspiration for photographer Olaf Indahl, at his desk in early twentieth-century Portland. Learn More
  15. Old Ironsides Under the St. Johns Bridge - Eddy

    Old Ironsides Under the St. Johns Bridge - 1933

    Two icons meet in one photograph by Ralph Eddy. The new is the St. Johns Bridge, dedicated two years earlier. The old is "Old Ironsides", the U.S.S. Constitution, dedicated in 1797. Learn More
  16. Old Ironsides Visits Portland - Eddy

    Old Ironsides Visits Portland - 1933

    A Portland crowd gathers for a unique opportunity - the chance to step on board "Old Ironsides", the (now) over two centuries old U.S.S. Constitution, on her only visit to the Pacific Northwest in 1933. Learn More
  17. One of the First Benson Bubblers, Portland - George M. Weister

    One of the First Benson Bubblers, Portland - c. 1917

    The Benson Bubblers are Portland's iconic four-bowl drinking fountains, The first twenty were installed by 1917, financed by a $10,000 gift from Simon Benson. Learn More
  18. Oswego Red Electric Train at Portland Depot

    Oswego Red Electric Train at Portland Depot - c. 1920

    The Oswego Local 319 waits at Union Station in Portland. Running from 1914 through 1929, the distinctive round-windowed Red Electrics provided public transportation for the Portland area that has yet to be rivaled. Learn More
  19. Overlooking Guild's Lake from the Northwest Hills - Indahl

    Overlooking Guild's Lake from the Northwest Hills - c. 1900

    Guild's Lake in northwest Portland, now drained, became famous a few years after this photo when it was chosen for the site of the 1905 Lewis & Clark Exposition. Learn More
  20. Overview of Central Portland and East Portland - Davidson

    Overview of Central Portland and East Portland - c. 1887

    This early overview of Portland shows both sides of the Willamette, shortly before electric power lines began to line city streets. About a third of the way up are the Park Blocks, with their newly planted trees. Learn More
  21. Pioneer Courthouse, Portland - Ford

    Pioneer Courthouse, Portland - c. 1900

    While best known for his logging photos, John F. Ford occasionally ventured into the big city. In fact, he briefly operated a studio in downtown Portland. Learn More
  22. Planes at Swan Island Airport, Portland - Eddy

    Planes at Swan Island Airport, Portland - 1930

    Swan Island was the site of Portland's first airport, dedicated a few years before this photo by Charles Lindberg in 1927, and operating until 1940. Learn More
  23. Portland - Vancouver Ferry on the Columbia River - Jackson

    Portland - Vancouver Ferry on the Columbia River - c. 1900

    Part of a series of Columbia River photos created by Jackson on a visit to Oregon about 1900, this view provides a picturesque look at the trip from Vancouver to Portland at that time. Learn More
  24. Portland and Mount Hood - Detroit Photographic Co.

    Portland and Mount Hood - 1901

    This turn-of-the-last-century view of Portland was distributed as a 7 by 9 inch photochrom color view by the Detroit Photographic Company. Learn More
  25. Portland and Mount Hood - Eddy

    Portland and Mount Hood - 1935

    Reproduced from the original postcard negative, this view looks over Portland from the west hills. Note Civic Stadium (now Providence Park) in the foreground. Learn More
  26. Portland and Mt. Hood - Watkins

    Portland and Mt. Hood - circa 1885

    The ornate stone building in the center of this image is Portland High School, located on the southwest corner of 14th and Morrison Streets. Learn More
  27. Portland and Mt. St. Helens - Eddy

    Portland and Mt. St. Helens - 1937

    This striking photo of downtown Portland, looking north on Broadway, features a snowy Mt. St. Helens in the distance. Learn More
  28. Portland Fire Department Pumper c. 1917

    Portland Fire Department Pumper - c. 1917

    A Portland Fire Department pumper from about 1917. An early "hybrid" in that it had an internal combustion engine for propulsion and a steam engine for pumping. Learn More
  29. 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
  30. Portland Harbor - Buchtel

    Portland Harbor - c. 1876

    This stereoview of Portland's harbor was originally printed between 1875 and 1878. Learn More
  31. Portland Harbor, Looking Upstream - Partridge

    Portland Harbor, Looking Upstream - c. 1887

    Portland Harbor, looking upstream from the east side. Learn More
  32. Portland Rose Festival Ceremony at City Hall - Angelus Studio

    Portland Rose Festival Royalty at City Hall - circa 1912

    King Rex Oregonus and the Queen of the Rose Festival gather with their court to receive the key to the city in this ceremony opening the Festival in about 1912. Learn More
  33. Portland Skyline from the Willamette River - Eddy

    Portland Skyline from the Willamette River - 1929

    In this view looking north toward downtown, it's clear this section of the Willamette was very much a working river. The 1910 Hawthorne Bridge dominates the scene. Learn More
  34. Portland Streetcar #16, a Former Horse Car

    Portland Streetcar #16, a Former Horse Car - 1902

    All of Portland's streetcars were originally horse-drawn, beginning with Ben Holliday's first car along Front Street in 1872. His popular vehicles were stored at his barn at Southeast Grand and Morrison, where fresh horses were rotated in to keep the cars moving. Learn More
  35. Portland Veterans' Hospital Aerial View - Brubaker

    Portland Veterans' Hospital Aerial View - c. 1930

    This overview shows the Portland VA Hospital campus shortly after the first fifteen buildings were completed and dedicated in 1929. The land was donated in 1926 by the Oregon Medical School. Learn More
  36. Portland Veterans' Hospital Exterior - Eddy

    Portland Veterans' Hospital Exterior - c. 1930

    Driving up Veterans Hospital Road to the newly completed Portland Veterans' Hospital on top of Marquam Hill. This photo was taken shortly after the completion of the first fifteen buildings in 1929; you can see that landscaping has not yet been finished. Learn More
  37. 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
  38. Portland Waterfront, Near Morrison Bridge

    Portland Waterfront, Near Morrison Bridge - c. 1915

    This detailed view of the west side of the Willamette gives us an excellent idea of how the downtown Portland waterfront felt in the early 20th century. Learn More
  39. 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
  40. Portland, Northwest 3rd and Glisan, Looking West

    Portland, Northwest 3rd & Glisan, Looking West - c. 1915

    There's lots of transportation, and bit of construction, going on in this view looking southwest at the corner of 3rd and Glisan. Learn More
  41. Preparing the Horses for Service

    Preparing the Horses for Service - 1910

    The fire crew moves quickly to prepare the horses to pull Engine 8 from the station at 45 NE Russell in Portland. Note the pulleys used to lower the harnesses from the ceiling. Learn More
  42. Publicity Shot for "Pretty Babies" in Portland

    Publicity Shot for "Pretty Babies" in Portland - 1929

    An unknown performer shows a lot of leg in this publicity photo for the show "Pretty Babies", performed in Portland in the summer of 1929. Learn More
  43. Putting at Waverley Country Club - Prentiss

    Putting at Waverley Country Club - c. 1925

    Waverley Country Club was chartered in 1896, making it the second private golf club established west of the Mississippi. It moved to its current location along the Willamette River in 1898. Learn More
  44. REO Speed Wagon, Miller Tires Truck - Columbia Studio

    REO Speed Wagon, Miller Tires Truck - c. 1918

    This delivery truck for the Northwest Auto Company advertises Miller Tires, with their slogan "Geared-to-the-Road". Learn More
  45. Rose City Cabinet Works, Portland

    Rose City Cabinet Works, Portland - c. 1924

    Drive belts run from a central electric motor to power the tools used to make cabinets in this northeast Portland shop at 1454 Sandy Blvd. Learn More
  46. Ross Island Bridge, Portland and Mt. Hood - Eddy

    Ross Island Bridge, Portland and Mt. Hood - c. 1940

    Taken just before World War II, this crisp view by Ralph Eddy reveals many details of the 1926 bridge and the neighborhood near it on the west bank of the Willamette. Learn More
  47. Sam Song Bo, Ministry Student, McMinnville College - Davidson

    Sam Song Bo, Ministry Student, McMinnville College - 1877

    Sam Song Bo, who was Chinese, was sponsored by the Baptist Home Mission in Portland to attend McMinnville College to study for the ministry. Learn More
  48. Sarah Jane Clear Dickerson - Abell

    Sarah Jane Clear Dickerson, Oregon City - c. 1882

    Sarah Jane Clear was born in Missouri in 1862, and came to Oregon with her parents John and Louisa Clear in about 1865, when they settled in Washington County. Learn More
  49. Senator Joseph N. Dolph - Buchtel

    Senator Joseph N. Dolph - c. 1876

    The "Buchtel & Stolte" imprint on the original cabinet card dates this image to between 1875 through 1878, a few years before Dolph was first elected to the U. S. Senate in 1882. Learn More
  50. Short-haired Girl with Doll - Buchtel

    Short-haired Girl with her Doll - c. 1879

    A young girl with short-cropped hair holds her doll with long braids. Learn More

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