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ItemLetter from Father Ricard, founder of the Yakima Mission, to J.B. Brouillet, Vicar General of Walla Walla.(Unpublished, 1849-07-30) Ricard, PascalA newsy letter between friends about the events and living conditions. The gold rush has created inflation and hardship. ItemTelegraph to the Secretary of Washington Territory from the Comptroller of the Treasury in CA.(UNPUBLISHED, 1864-05-30) Taylor, R. W.On "California State Telegraph Company," sheet. Item"J Whitmore came from Ashby Parva three miles from Lutterworth in Leicestershire, England."(UNPUBLISHED, 1880) AnonHandwritten note. Unknown who wrote it, or when. ItemInformation concerning the history of apple growing in the Wenatchee district.(UNPUBLISHED, 1880) Adams, J. B.During what year was the bulk of the commercial orchards planted? from 1902 to 1910. Item"Was sorry to hear of your mishap. I shall miss you from the Press, but hope to hear from you in your new walk."(UNPUBLISHED, 1883-01-02) Carson, Will"I parted with all my photos before leaving Honolulu, but enclose a line to Montana who will doubtless send you one. Thanks for yours. When you get those with "bow on" please send me one with autograph, which you should not have neglected in this one." Also includes referred to letter from November. ItemRequest for W. G. Price to pay back loan, now that he can.(UNPUBLISHED, 1888-07-28) Probst, J. D."Of course when I advanced you the money I did it without any security whatever, knowing that you had no means at the time, and I trusted entirely to your sense of gratitude to return it should you ever be able to do so. ItemWeekly bulletin of the Grand Meadow Butter & Cheese Co-operative Association.(UNPUBLISHED, 1891-10-29) Anon"With this issue of The Bulletin in its present form will be discontinued for a time but will appear in The Grand Meadow Record instead. By this means we can report sales about one week sooner. The Record has recently changed hand and the new is determined to make it a first class paper. All our members should become subscribers and keep posted on creamery doings." ItemLetter from William G. Ewing Superior Court Judge.(1894-01-09) Erving, W. G."You are always doing something to make some other fellow happy." Referred to enclosure not in the Collection. ItemWedding announcement card for Mr. Fred W. Boyce and Miss Matie A. Whitmore.(UNPUBLISHED, 1896-04-08) AnonMarried "at home after April twenty-seventh Wautoma, Wis." Item"Wheat is very scare with us just now and I don't see how I can spare the wheat at present."(UNPUBLISHED, 1896-04-09) Nesbitt, JosephLetterhead: "The Goldendale Milling Company, proprietors of the Goldendale Mills. Manufacturers of and Dealers in flour, bran, shorts, mill-feed, corn meal, etc."