The Bradley print shop provided Hood River residents with newspapers, books, and decorative prints for their homes. Materials in the window hint at a photograph date at the very start of the 20th century. There is a book on the Galveston Flood from the great hurricane of 1900, and a retrospective on the 19th Century.
The shop was located on Oak Street between Second and Third. The building is gone. In fact, it was moved from this location, which will be the subject of a future post. Here's the approximate location.
Category: [Downtown Hood River]
Tags: 1900s Bradley Oak_Street stationery
Notice Abraham Lincoln is still very much involved in the national scene, even in little Hood River, Oregon.
Charlott on 24th August 2011 @ 7:37am
I have Parkinsons... it takes awhile to type stuff---timed sucks.
Richsrd BRADLEY LaBille on 30th August 2012 @ 11:59pm
For the 3rd time...Eber Ross is my Great Grand Uncle... His sister Esther Minerva is my Great Grand Mother....Would like any one related to get in touch with me... Need info & pictures Big Time.... RBL
Richsrd BRADLEY LaBille on 31st August 2012 @ 12:05am
Made a correction to my name... It is Correct this time....Is my 20 min. up yet?
Richard BRADLEY LaBille on 31st August 2012 @ 12:09am