Sorry this video is thrown together. I haven’t been out much due to back & knee issues. My phone memory is was very low and I had to rush my production to free up some phone memory for the work week. The “OJJ” :There was an “Oregon Journal Building along Portland’s west side waterfront.
A newspaper that went under the “Oregon Journal Juniors” or “OJJ” clubs. These included hobbies such as the “OJJ Stamp Club” and the “OJJ Camera Club,” which all had meetings in this building. The club was active 1935 and not sure how old it goes back. The building was large with roof top parking and was located on the east bank between the old Morrison Bridge and the Burnside Bridge. It was demolished in 1969. The pin dates between 1900-1939.
The star token thing. I couldn’t ID. This video covers like 4 locations I hit with my Minelab E-Trac metal Detector over the last few weeks.