The caption on this image says, "Miss Jessie Thompson, millinery store." Hood River had had many millinery stores and many Thompsons. Perhaps one of you will have better luck figuring out which Miss Thompson we're meeting today.
Category: [Downtown Hood River]
I think this is probably Jessie Thompson, who was the daughter of Clark W. and Jessie Thompson. Her father operated the Wind River Lumber Co. in Cascade Locks. She married John S. Scott and lived in Portland where she was a writer and wrote a lot for The Oregonian.
Charlott on 15th July 2020 @ 7:14am
I agree that the woman Charlott mentions, was a very accomplished and educated lady, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/125623733
but it seems like the dress is too old for her. There are some college photos of Jesse Thompson Scott and what she is wearing is much more modern.
L.E. on 15th July 2020 @ 7:01pm
Her brother, Clark Wallace Thompson, entered the military from Hood River during WWI. His memorial on Findagrave, 7775083, shows that he went on to become a US Congressman. Pretty good for a local boy.
Jeffrey W Bryant on 15th July 2020 @ 9:09pm