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The Boise neighborhood house, 1865 This home at 35 N.E. Fremont St. may be old and have simple lines but there’s no denying it is in one of the hipper neighborhoods in Portland.  It’s a stone’s-throw from the spanking-new New Seasons Grocery Store and all the taverns, restaurants and condos that have come to grace the area in recent years.

Throwback Thursday: The hunt for Portland's oldest houses continues

The Boise neighborhood house, 1865 This home at 35 N.E. Fremont St. may be old and have simple lines but there’s no denying it is in one of the hipper neighborhoods in Portland. It’s a stone’s-throw from the spanking-new New Seasons Grocery Store and all the taverns, restaurants and condos that have come to grace the area in recent years.

Oregon Water Power & Railway Cars at Logging Camp - Indahl

Oregon Water Power & Railway Cars at Logging Camp - Indahl

grimes 5 mile road house

grimes 5 mile road house

Oldest Building in 1904 Rose City Waffle House SW Fourth Avenue Yamhill Taylor Streets Portland Oregon

Oldest Building in 1904 Rose City Waffle House SW Fourth Avenue Yamhill Taylor Streets Portland Oregon

Portland, Oregon, Fire Station 9, still stands at the corner of SE 35th and Belmont. Bult 1913.

Fire Station 9, 1913

The first Lents School at 92nd and Harold in Portland - a wooden structure built in 1902 after a previous school at another location had burned.  Lents, Oregon

The first Lents School at and Harold in Portland - a wooden structure built in 1902 after a previous school at another location had burned.

The James B. Stephens House, c 1862-1864 This Italian Villa is now at 1825 S.E. 12th St. but was originally on the banks of the Willamette River, due west of its current site, where it was moved in 1902 when the railroads needed room to expand.

Throwback Thursday: The hunt for Portland's oldest houses continues

The James B. Stephens House, c This Italian Villa is now at 1825 S. but was originally on the banks of the Willamette River, due west of its current site, where it was moved in 1902 when the railroads needed room to expand.

These goats are being trained for use in Alaska during the rush for the Klondike gold fields. This photograph was taken on Morrison Street and comes from a 1904 booklet titled, In and About Portland Oregon.

These goats are being trained for use in Alaska during the rush for the Klondike gold fields. This photograph was taken on Morrison Street and comes from a 1904 booklet titled, In and About Portland Oregon.

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