Rucker's Coffee Cup, Portland 1930s
Ruckers Coffe Cup was a famous landmark in downtown Portland for 40 years. It had an intriguing exterior sign that had 'steam' coming out of the cup. Founder Arthur Rucker sold out in the late 1950s and was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident in 1960.
Courtesy Private Collection.
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