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ItemAdditional incoming correspondence to Pearl Rivers.(UNPUBLISHED, 1911-04-04) Unknown, Lessie"He will level up around where the buildings will be + set out some fruit + shade trees + then put down the domestic well before he begins building." ItemPoem, Little Brown Hands, with annotation by a young F. C. Relander.(1920) Relander, F. C.Annotation: "Mr. F. C. Relander roat this Pearcy Relander told him this little piece." ItemCirculation analysis survey of The Yakima Daily Republic and the Yakima Morning Herald.(UNPUBLISHED, 1929) Unknown"This analysis clearly brings out one important fact which demands the attention of every advertiser. It is absolutely important to get better than a 50 per cent coverage or to conduct a successful advertising campaign without the use of both The Republic and the Herald." Includes a very nice Circulation Analysis Map inside the back cover. ItemThe Republic Publishing Company, breakdown of circulation.(UNKNOWN, 1929-06-30) UnknownBroken-down by city, and then by paper; either the Daily Republic or the Daily Herald, and then a Combination Daily amount. ItemReader interest survey of The Yakima Daily Republic and the Yakima Morning Herald.(UNPUBLISHED, 1930-07) UnknownGives the preferences of women, men, and children, by a number of different breakdowns. ItemThe Yakima Daily Republic Yakima Morning Herald style book.(UNKNOWN, 1930-09) UnknownCovers the rules of writing, as pertains to newspapers. Ends with warnings against libel and lottery, which "is any scheme for the distribution of money for property by chance whether for a valuable consideration or not." ItemCorrespondence from the Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology.(UNPUBLISHED, 1930-09-05) Various"The idea of modeling living Indians is a good one and is a type of work which would be welcomed particularly by the physical anthropologists as a matter of making a permanent record of the features of full blood Indians. A combination of the talents of the artist and the ethnologist is required to do this work in a satisfactory manner, and the combination does not frequently exist." ItemNews release: Associated Press (AP) pt. 6.(Unpublished, 1930-10-28) UnknownFurther afield news sent by teletype to each local newspaper. Amongst the included topics are Native Americans, dam building, fishing, and irrigation. See also RPB-101-03-001 through 005 and RPB-101-04-001 through 007. ItemNews release: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census (pt. 1).(1931) UnknownCensus results on farm production around the United States, by vegetable. See also RPB-107-01-010 for more and RPB-107-01-005 for an analysis of the census. Item"I wasn't aware that I had made such an impression on our good friend McWhorter."(UNPUBLISHED, 1932-01-20) Brininstool, E. A."I have not read Ghent's book on the Oregon Trail, but I 'know the cuss.' He used to be a schoolteacher in this city some few years ago, but now lives in Washington." ItemDinner given in honor of the employees of The Republic Publishing Company by the Publisher.(Unpublished, 1935-01-13) UnknownHumorous mock-article on the front and back cover. Includes a menu, list of employees, and a program. ItemYakima: the State of Washington's fourth richest market.(The Republic Press, 1936) UnknownIncludes information on the city's bank debits, retail sales, automotive sales, paid advertising, and more. Most likely to entice advertisers that will buy ad space in the newspapers. ItemNews release: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census (pt. 2).(UNPUBLISHED, 1936)Census results on farm production around the United States, by vegetable. Included at the end are two documents: the first is Washington specific and the other is about Yakima. See also RPB-107-01-009 for more and RPB-107-01-005 for an analysis of the census. ItemNews release: Department of the Interior, information service (pt. 1).(UNPUBLISHED, 1936-03-03) Smyth, LarryCollection of news releases. See also RPB-107-03-002 through 005, and RPB-107-04-001 through 007. ItemCollection of correspondence from the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Snoqualmie National Forest (pt. 1).(U. S. Government Printing Office, 1936-03-11) Nelson, M. M.; Barrett, L. O.Includes a list of summer home tracts where lots are available, information in regards to summer homes on national forest lands, and a booklet entitled, "excerpts from reprt of the Chief of the Forest Service, 1953, grazing on the National Forests." See RPB-099-17-005 for the other half of the correspondence. ItemCorrespondence from the Smithsonian Institute.(UNPUBLISHED, 1937-08-20) Various"We are very pleased that you included us on your mailing list to receive the 'Primer of the Yakimas', published 1962. This will be a very useful publication to be used with our collection of library materials on the American Indian. Thank you for thinking of us."