RARE 1920 SPALDING Vintage Baseball Bat not Glove Trophy OREGON HISTORY
RARE 1920 SPALDING LOGO Vintage Baseball Trophy PORTLAND, OREGON HISTORICAL!!! Super Rare from one of Portland Oregon's Historical Businesses OLDS, WORTMAN & KING Department store from late 1800s that was later renovated as a Portland landmark.... it's dated 1920 with gorgeous GOLD SPALDING logo as they won 1920 PBA (Professional Baseball Association) Trophy that year... Top and bottom are all complete (rare find) and beautiful with just a few dings...Incredible chance for baseball collector to display a piece of history or especially anyone from Portland, OR... One of my favorite items I've collected in last 20 years!!! Wiki article on business listed below. Will be sending this listing information to City of Portland, OR as well. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Olds, Wortman & King Department Store. National Register of Historic Places. Olds, Wortman & King building in 2011. Show map of Portland, OregonShow map of OregonShow map of the United StatesShow all. 921 SW Morrison Street Portland, Oregon. 0.92 acres (0.37 ha). Charles Aldrich; Doyle, Patterson & Beach. Olds, Wortman & King , also known as. Olds & King , was a. Established under a different name in 1851 and becoming Olds & King in 1878, on its third change of ownership. The store was renamed Olds, Wortman & King in 1901; Olds & King again in 1944; and Rhodes in 1960. Moving several times within the. Area, the store settled at 10th & Morrison in 1910, in a large new building that remained in operation as a department store until 1974 and is now listed on the.
Since 1976, the building has been known as the Galleria. The company traces its ancestry to a small store established in 1851 by. At the intersection of Front and Oak streets in. It was the city's first general merchandise store.Later in the 1850s, the store moved to Front & Taylor and was operated by brothers Robert and Finley McLaren, although Corbett continued to be a principal supplier of goods for the store. Wilson's store moved in 1868, to Front Street near Morrison Street. Or Olds & King's. At that time, the store was located at 147 3rd Street. It moved again in 1881, 1887 and 1891, but never very far. John Wortman joined the firm in 1890, and later Hardy C. The store's location since 1891 was 5th & Washington, but growth in business led the owners to begin planning in 1908 for a move to a larger building. In 19091910, the company built its large new store in the block bounded by Morrison, Alder, 10th and 9th streets in downtown. The new building was five stories tall, plus a basement, and was the first store in the. 200 by 200 feet (61 m × 61 m) in downtown Portland. The site had previously been occupied by the mansion of. The new store opened on July 30, 1910. With an estimated 25,000 people visiting on opening day. The old store was closed upon the opening of the new one.
And renamed as "Rhodes" all of its stores that were not already using that name prior to this, Western had also operated stores under two other names. The 13-store Rhodes chain was taken over by. The Gateway Rhodes became a Liberty House store in late 1973. The downtown Rhodes store, the last in Portland to carry the Rhodes name.Closed on February 2, 1974. The building remained vacant for some time. Opened in 1976, the Galleria was an indoor shopping arcade for dozens of small stores and restaurants, and has been described as. Retail shops and restaurants occupied the first three floors, while floors 4 and 5 were leased to companies in the wholesale apparel business. Three months after the Galleria's opening.
(formerly the Western Culinary Institute), on the 5th floor, and. Portland on the 4th floor. The ground floor has a. Was opened next to the building in 1986, across the street from its Morrison Street side.
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- Year: 1920
- Featured Refinements: Vintage Trophy
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Sport: Baseball
- Original/Reproduction: Original