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Pacific Coast Biscuit Company - Portland Building Ads

The Pacific Coast Biscuit Co. building and company was developed by Herman Wittenberg, who was either German or Hungarian (record differs), so the Celtic reference would not be likely. A 1903 history says his parents were from Germany, although he was born in Kansas.…

Pacific Coast Biscuit Company Building - Wikipedia

The Pacific Coast Biscuit Company Building is a building located in northwest Portland, Oregon, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The building originally housed the Portland Cracker Company and later was home to the Pacific Coast Biscuit CompanyLocation: 1101-1129 NW Davis St, Portland, Oregon…

Pacific Coast Biscuit Co., 1917 Vintage Portland

Aug 22, 2011 · Once in the heart of industrial Northwest Portland, the Pacific Coast Biscuit Company building now finds itself in the heart of the sleek Pearl District. You'll find a different looking group of people on this corner now; you'll also find one fewer floors, as the top of ……

Pacific Coast Biscuit Company and Factory

Pacific Coast Biscuit Company and Factory Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon Heritage Investment Corporation Photo 123 NW Second Avenue #200 Portland, Oregon 97209 Photo, July 1997 Looking SE at W and N elevations Photo / of '<…

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Media in category "Pacific Coast Biscuit Company Advertising" The following 23 files are in this category, out of 23 total. Pacific Coast Biscuit Company Advertisement-1.jpg 1,212 × 657; 416 KB. Pacific Coast Biscuit Company Advertisement-10.jpg 2,709 × 3,406; 610 KB.Headquarters location: Portland…

Pacific Coast Biscuit Co. Vintage Portland

Sep 19, 2011 · Surprisingly, the Pacific Coast Biscuit Co. building looks today pretty much like it did in 1917. The biggest difference is that the top floor of the building at the far left has been removed. The soldiers are probably members of the Oregon National Guard, attached to the Portland Armory building, which is just at the photographer’s back.…