Gun wipes and pinafores? Yes, and petticoats and a single scarf. These were all part of Grandma’s summer, in 1918, along with the harvest and annual Chautauqua. 1,183 more words
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Oregon Spectator, June 13, 1848
A PUBLIC MEETING of the Donors to the fund for supplying provisions to the distressed emigrants of 1847, was held on Saturday evening last at the City Hotel, Oregon City, when Robert Newell, Esq., was called to the chair, and F. 2,174 more words
The 2018 summer season at Chautauqua Institution opened on Saturday, June 23. Over the next ten weeks, travelers will be planning trips to the great summer assembly, either by car (using a GPS app on their phone for guidance), by air (landing at nearby Chautauqua County Airport at Jamestown), or train (Amtrack tickets can be purchased online or via a smart phone app). 1,074 more words
Oregon Argus, May 22, 1858, Advertisement…
Experience Makes Perfect.
Why Go to Portland to Buy Goods?
We wish to inform our customers and the public generally that we have now on hand, in addition to our usual heavy stock of Groceries and Dry-Goods, one of the largest and best selected stocks of READY-MADE CLOTHING ever offered in this market. 1,265 more words