Saturday, March 16, 2013

The basement

via Cabel.me

Somewhere in Portland, Oregon there is an old building with a basement in which the newspaper The Oregonian was printed through the 1920s. At that time, if the pressmen though that an article or picture was good they would cut it out and paste it too the walls, eventually creating a wallpapered collage. As time went by, the newspaper moved elsewhere and the building was used for other things. But the wallpaper images still exist in the basement and you can see some of the photos of them below. They are an unexpected time capsule from that era. Enjoy!












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