Three men pose in an automobile parked in front of the Perkins Hotel in Portland, Oregon. A wheel is mounted to the side of the automobile displaying a sign that reads, Official Pacific Coast Automobile Blue Book 1915 American Automobile Association. The men are dressed in suits, neckties, jackets, and hats. Behind the men is a partial view of the New Perkins Hotel, which has an arched entryway, and a covered walkway with eaves. A partial view of the exterior of the Perkins Restraunt is visible on the left side of image. Also visible in the background is a lamp post, decorative columns, windows, and a hanging flowering plant.
An elevated view of what is probably Multnomah Falls. A train, with an open-air passenger car and another covered passenger car, is in the foreground of the image. Automobiles from the 1920s or 1930s are in the middle of a road in front of a large brick building. People are walking along or standing in groups in the road and are also sitting in the open-air train car. Situated behind the building is a large tree-covered cliff with a long waterfall dropping from the top of the cliff.
A man identified as Ezra Meeker stands next to an automobile referred to as the schooner-mobile. The automobile is elongated and has a canvas roof like those found on wagon tarins. On the surface of this roof is a curved pipe and two pieces of paper with text on their surface. The automobile is decorated with small flags and a map of the United States. Ezra Meeker stands next to this automobile dressed in a blazer, button-up vest, trousers, boots, and hat. He has a mustache and beard and wears eyeglasses. Spectators stand next to the schooner-mobile that is situated on a road in front of a building with a banner that reads, B.F. Goodrich Rubber Co.. Also on the building are letters that read, Goodrich Tires. Another partial name appears on the building marquee.