If this is the case, then obviously these taverns have a history much earlier than suspected. The offices were located in a building above a laundromat and popular gay bar, The Other Inn. Marie Equi and Harry A. The Know hosts Dirtbag, a monthly queer dance party, and is queer-friendly every night It's interesting that one of the gentleman in the foreground is looking unhappily at the photographer. The three-story dance club, EDM hot spot, Portland classic and host to "Homomentum" closed its doors in During the same time, an unnamed local theater owner kept a room on the upper floors which he used for clandestine sexual trysts.
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Washington, now the Washington Apartments. This guide to historic gay, lesbian, and transgender buildings and locations in Downtown Portland borrows from a number of primary sources, including Minutes of the Portland City Council, Oregon Liquor Control Commission records, Portland city directories, Sanborn fire insurance maps, and several early gay newspapers published in the city between and The FountainThe NW FountainThe Northwest Gay Review, and The Cascade Voice. Young Adult Male Nudists 69 Members. There was a rectangular mirror glued behind a cot. It is not known if the Dorians had contacts in the city to help with their plans, although flyers were mimeographed copies have been found in the University of Washington Archives and perhaps posted in the bars. Hollister, was a prominent Portland businessman. He fled the country and went to China, where newspapers reported he worked with the Chinese Provisional President, Dr.
Hunt PubS. Duane Frye, who frequented the Music Hall at this time, recalls: Yet he never married, and lived with his mother until her death. With classrooms transformed into T and I resorted to the information desk. The family black sheep, he is the only of its members never to have worked for the company. According to legend he heard, the corner of Oak and Park was a dropoff site for buses carrying G.