An interior view of volt switches and electrical equipment at the Pittock Station in Portland, Oregon. Visible in the center of the image is a walkway surrounded by metal pipes and boxes with switches, one of which partially reads, Station Po? 2400 V Bus No. 1.
An elevated view of a town identified as Portland, Oregon. The foreground of the image appears to be a residential district, which is filled with dwellings containing chimnneys, fences, and covered porches. Also visible in the image are dirt roads, trees, and churches with spires. A body of water is partially visible in the distance.
A crowd gathered at the Lewis and Clark Exposition with women in white uniforms moving in formation in the foreground. The women are dressed in white with hats, long sleeved shirts, and long skirts. They hold long wooden spears with pointed metal tips in their right hands. Lining the dirt path on either side of the women are men in military uniforms holding swords. In the background of the image are spectators, exposition buildings with flags, and an architectural structure supported with columns.
A view of downtown Portland with horse-drawn delivery wagons filling the street. A few of the wagons have company logos displayed on the side of the wagons. Surrounding buildings display company logos that read Bell & Co., Dore & Cook Steam Printers, and Page and Son.. Visible on the sidewalks are pedestrians, and wooden crates filled with goods. Also visible in the image are awnings, railway ties, and utility poles.