File:Men and women sitting on lumber pile, Northwest Door Company, Oregon, ca 1914 (KINSEY 2453).jpeg
Men_and_women_sitting_on_lumber_pile,_Northwest_Door_Company,_Oregon,_ca_1914_(KINSEY_2453).jpeg (768 × 589 pixels, file size: 74 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg)
English: Men and women sitting on lumber pile, Northwest Door Company, Oregon, ca. 1914
English: Caption on image: No 8 PH Coll 516.2365
The Northwest Door Company manufactured doors, windows, flooring, and other lumber products and was located in Portland, Oregon. The company was established in 1893 and its manager was Samuel Connell and its superintendent was H.A. Connell. The manufacturing plant was located on the East side of Portland at River Street and Albina Avenue. Connell owned a sawmill about four miles from Clatskanie which furnished timber to be processed at the plant in Portland, suggesting that these photographs may have been taken somewhere in Columbia County. The Portland plant was destroyed in a fire in 1914. There was also a Northwest Door Company in Tacoma that operated in the late 1930's and 1940's that does not appear to be related. (Sources: "Wealth in Timber" from the Oregonian, 01-01-1900 and "Coroner to Probe Waterfront Fire" from the Oregonian, 06-05-1914)
English: Silver gelatin, b/w
Height: 14 ″ (35.5 cm); Width: 11 ″ (27.9 cm)
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