Bickel Block Building is designed by Justus Krumbein
Willamette Tent and Awning Company is established by Henry Wemme
Skidmore Block Building completed for Charles E. Sitton
White Stag and Hirsch-Weiss Building is built on banks of Willamette River
Max and Leopold Hirsch purchase Willamette Tent and Awning Company
White Stag and Hirsch-Weiss Building is moved across the street to its current location at Northwest Naito Parkway and West Burnside Street
Hide Naito immigrates to Los Angeles
Naito starts family business in Portland, which becomes Norcrest China Company
Burnside Bridge is built and a portion of the building is removed to make way for an on-ramp. A fifth story is added to the building
Harold Hirsch founds a sportswear division under the name "White Stag"
A sign is built by Ramsey Signs for White Satin Sugar Company, which rents space on the roof
Fraser Paper Company buys the Bickel Block Building
White Stag goes public and Hirsch-Weiss becomes a division of White Stag
Sign is changed from "White Satin" to "White Stag"
White Stag Building bought by Warnaco, Incorporated, an apparel and textile holding company
White Stag moves to larger quarters at Southeast 52nd and Harney Drive
Naito family purchases the White Stag Building
Lettering on the sign is changed from White Stag Sportswear to Made in Oregon Old Town
Norcrest China Company wholesale division closed
Building is purchased by White Stag Block, LLC, managed by Venerable Group, Incorporated
University of Oregon agrees to lease space in the building
The University of Oregon marks the grand opening of the facility, featuring degree programs, hands-on opportunities in fields such as business, architecture, journalism, and product design, study-abroad opportunities, and community education offerings.