Friendship House and Urban League


On the back of the photograph: A group of Friendship House workers acting as hostesses for fellowship hour of Urban League meeting. The Urban League encourages the establishment of Friendship House and the two organizations have worked cooperatively to improve race relations in Portland. This photograph was taken in the 1950s. Read more about the Friendly House in the Oregon Encyclopedia

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  • Urban League coll., Neg.# bb002150, photo file 113-A

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