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Check out this Bird’s-eye View of Portland, Oregon in 1927 with Mt. Hood in the Background

Take a look at this bird's-eye view of Portland, Oregon in 1927 with Mt. Hood in the background. Click on the image for a larger version and maybe you can see your house. Check out downtown Portland in 1966 too!
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Check out what Portland looked like in 1927. You can see a great city view with Mt. Hood in the background. In the foreground, it looks like there’s a stadium, which was probably for the Pacific Coast League’s Portland Beavers. Click on the image for a larger version. Maybe you can see your house?

Bird’s-eye view of Portland, Oregon, with Mt. Hood in the background

Source: Library of Congress

And, check out downtown Portland in 1966. We are posting a bunch of great things about Portland and Oregon regularly, so make sure you check out this page for the latest.

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