She played Fred McMurray's wife on My Three Sons. Beverly owned and operated a Holiday Inn close to Universal Studios. She passed away in 2008. By the time she entered the scene on the show it was a total mess with babies, couples living in the house, step child. Who could keep track. It's interesting that McMurray would shoot all his scenes at once because he had very little interest in the series. He would do his his scenes and the rest of the cast had to work around it.
Seen in the mid 1940s, this is The Oregonian building that stood for decades at Southwest Sixth Avenue and Alder Street. The nine-story building (the clock tower added another three stories to the prominent structure) was built in 1892.
In 1948, the newspaper moved to its present location; a full-block building bounded by Southwest Broadway, Sixth Ave, Jefferson and Columbia streets. The building was designed by Pietro Belluschi. The block was previously home to the William S. Ladd mansion, which had been demolished around 1925.
The old building remained vacant from 1948 until it was torn down in 1950. The clock, made by E. Howard & Co. of Boston stopped at 12:30 p.m. Friday, July 30, 1948.
KEX had a window studio below the sign. WW2 reports were broadcast from the studio. KGW also shared space.