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January 14, 2021

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my first tower records!

Now replaced with the charm of a staid & dull Walmart. Thank goodness for these photos. I delivered the "Community Press" in 1970& 1971 and rode my bike right by those very planters and benches. I truly miss this little mall more than any of the others. They had a record store and a J.K. Gills among other fine stores. It was weird delivering a paper to Lipmans, J.J. Newberry's but when you are 11 the world seems a lot nicer.

The 28 acre tract that became Eastport Plaza once had been earmarked as the site of a new stadium for the Portland Beavers baseball team according to news stories at the time of construction of Eastport.
The Beavers ended up at Multnomah stadium about the time Greyhound dog racing ended at Multnomah stadium, and moved to the new Greyhound race track in Wood Village.

I thought john was no longer allowed to comment... I remember Eastport Plaza, fondly.. Newberrys was fun.

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