Gallien, Charles L. (Portland)

Charles L. Gallien (Portland) (1868-1907)

Directory Listings
1888 PCD pg. 255 “Gallien, Charles L, acct Real Est T & T Co, bds 231 5th” (Title & Trust Co)
1889 PCD pg. 259 “Gallien, Charles L, acct Real Est T & T Co, rms 272 Salmon”
1890 PCD pg. 247 “Gallien, Charles L, acct Real Estate Title & Trust Co, res 269 N 11th”
1891 PCD pg. 301 “Gallien, Charles L, bkkpr, res 269 N 11th”
1892 not listed
1893 PCD pg. 418 “Gallien, Charles L, bkkpr Stubbs & Lawrence, bds 412 Burnside”
1894 PCD pg. 349 “Gallien, Charles L, photographer res 114 15th N”
1895 PCD pg. 314 “Gallien, Charles L, mngr Multnomah Printing Co Inc 169-171 2d, res 734 E Salmon”
1896 PCD pg. 293 “Gallien, Charles L, mngr Multnomah Printing Co 169-171 2d, res 734 E Salmon”
1897 PCD pg. 286 “Gallien, Mrs Caroline bds 412 Burnside”
1901 PCD pg. 302 “Gallien, Mrs Carrie T, res 412 Burnside”
1904 PCD pg. 401 “Gallien, Carrie T (wid Charles L), bds 412 Burnside”
Brown, Robert O., Nineteenth Century Portland, Oregon Photographers: A Collector’s Handbook (author; Portland, 1991) pg. 63, 94
Polk’s Portland City Directory 1897, Portland, R. L. Polk & Co. 1897 plate facing pf. 463. Photograph in advertisement for Multnomah Printing Co signed in negative “C. L. Gallien Photo”
Gaston, Joseph; Portland, Oregon; Its History and Builders, Chicago; S. J. Clarke Publishing Co 1911. Vol. 2, pg. 775-776. “CHARLES L. GALLIEN. Charles L. Gallien was born in New Zealand on the 9th of August, 1868. His father, Carl Gallien, was the owner of a large sheep ranch in that country and while spending his boyhood days under the parental roof the son Charles attended the public schools and afterward had the benfit of a college course which he completed by graduation. He then took up bookkeeping, which he followed in New Zealand until he came to America about 1890. He located in Portland, where he secured a position as bookkeeper in the employ of the Multnomah Printing Company. Later he was connected with Stubbs hardware store and was afterward with the Real Estate, Title & Trust company for a number of years.
On the 10th of April, 1889, Mr. Gallien was married to Miss Carrie Burton, of Portland, and unto them were born three children, Elwood H., Loiuse and Charles, all living with their mother. The death of the husband and father ocurred in 1907 in Italy, where he was traveling at the time, and his remains were laid to rest in that sunny land. He was much interested in athletics and held membership in the Athletic Club and in the Road Club. He was also an active member of the Oregon National Guard, belonging to the Portland company. His religious faith was indicated by his membership in the First Presbyterian church.”

Oregon Historical Society, Scrapbook 57, pg. 208, portrait of Charles L. Gallien in 1896, from unidentified source.