Portland, Oregon (1917) | [1080pHD] | Colorized | AI Enhanced



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Footage from U.S National Archives. Original catalog description provided by the Ford Motor Company reads as follows: Washington Street, Streetcar, pedestrian traffic, in business district – theater marker with sign, ‘June Caprice, A Small Town Girl.’ “Broadway.” Building, sign, ‘Baker Theater’ – automobile traffic and Hotel Benson. “Multnomah Athletic Club. Cornerstone laid by Theodore Roosevelt, April 5, 1911.” Lift bridge of the Southern Pacific Railway. Residential area, Scenes in Washington Park, U.S. Custom House, Oregon state Capitol building and grounds at Salem, Oregon. The Arlington Club, The Public Market, Portland Harbor. Portlanders approach the drinking fountain. Accelerated action of pedestrian, automobile traffic.

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Topaz Labs AI suite.
Video Enhance AI

Colorized using: DeOldify VideoColorizerColab

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Relaxing Piano Music by Kevin MacLeod
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14 comments

  1. I want to see video of the slums of west Portland! Like some of the sketchy taverns and maybe a Shanghai or two hahaha

  2. Seemed nice back then but it fell to liberals, antifa and other worthless groups who riot, block streets, attack people, looting, burning things down. So sad it has to go down the tubs like this!

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