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Meier & Frank was one of Portland's early department stores. Their [[Meier and Frank Building|flagship store]] was located on the block bounded by [[SW 6th Avenue| SW 6th]] on the west, [[SW Washington Street|SW Washington]] on the north, [[SW 5th Avenue|SW 5th]] on the east, and [[SW Yamhill Street|SW Yamhill]] on the south. The location is now a Macy's.
 
Meier & Frank was one of Portland's early department stores. Their [[Meier and Frank Building|flagship store]] was located on the block bounded by [[SW 6th Avenue| SW 6th]] on the west, [[SW Washington Street|SW Washington]] on the north, [[SW 5th Avenue|SW 5th]] on the east, and [[SW Yamhill Street|SW Yamhill]] on the south. The location is now a Macy's.
  
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[[Julius Meier]], one of the only independent politicians ever elected governor of a U.S. state (in 1930), was a member of the Meier family that owned the store.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:08, 12 November 2010

Meier & Frank was one of Portland's early department stores. Their flagship store was located on the block bounded by SW 6th on the west, SW Washington on the north, SW 5th on the east, and SW Yamhill on the south. The location is now a Macy's.

Julius Meier, one of the only independent politicians ever elected governor of a U.S. state (in 1930), was a member of the Meier family that owned the store.