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Item18 student loan applications to Rotary Club, 1933-34(UNPUBLISHED, 3/25/1935) Baird, Frank; Baird, Mildred; Prior, Elizabeth; Bacon, Floyd; Carmichael, Mayme; Davis, Kathryn; Gillialand, Helen; Gothberg, Margaret; Liniger, Rudy; Manson, Rollin; Morthland, Kenneth; Nelson, Kenneth; Peacock, Hollis; Putt, Gladyn; Rovig, Reidar; Spitznogle, Elaine; Stratton, Edith; Thomas, John; Wheat, Charlotte18 Student loan applications to the Rotary Club Item1961 Demolition of the old Yakima County Courthouse.(unknown, 1961) Anonymous1961 demolition of the old Yakima County Courthouse. ItemAbstract of Title for Lot 1 Block 8 Wannassay addition to Toppenish.(UNPUBLISHED, 2/27/1909) Gilbert, H. M.; Winsor, R. Jr."Lot 1 in Block 8 of Wannassay Addition to Toppenish, Yakima County, Washington." ItemAddress of welcome to Queen Marie, at Maryhill, WA.(1954) Brooks, N. B."It is here, that the red men, for centuries past, have pitched their tents undisturbed by the touch of civilization, until Lewis and Clark, in the beginning of the last century, built their camp fires here, as forerunners in the winning of the west to civilization." ItemAnnouncement of the Governor visiting the Yakima Rotary Club.(UNPUBLISHED, 1/28/1937) Finley, G. C.Signed off, "Rotarily yours." ItemAnnual shareholder meeting minutes for the Silent Bell Mines Inc.(UNPUBLISHED, 10/28/1946) Rademacher, H. S."The Co. owns 360 acres of deeded mineral land and have an additional 200 acres of mineral and timber claims under location and development rights. The ore yields gold silver lead and copper, values in the order named." On Hotel Yakima letterhead. ItemAnson S. White and family.(UNPUBLISHED, n.d.) White Wright, AlleneAnson S. White who married Almeda Tigard of Cowiche Valley settled on a homestead near her parental home in the year 1878. To fulfill the claims of the homestead law, he built a temporary frame house near the Cowiche Creek and fenced in 160 acres of the land." ItemAppeal to relocate Yakama Indian Agency to Toppenish.(UNPUBLISHED, 6/30/1922) Reel, Mrs. CortA typed telegram from Mrs. Cort Reel to Mr. Charles Lusk, with the hand written rough draft. ItemArrangements for conference with Smoot of Utah and Warren of Wyoming.(UNPUBLISHED, 1922) AnonUnsigned telegram, but most likely from McGowan to Wiggins regarding meetings with lawmakers in Washington D.C. ItemArticle on the final 8th grade class at Holy Rosary School in Moxee.(UNPUBLISHED, 1962-06-05) UnknownDraft of an article written on Holy Rosary Church letterhead. Lists those in attendance and those who graduated, as well. Item"As chairman of the Student Loan Committee of the Rotary Club, I am asking you to see me at once in reference to the balance of the loan...."(UNPUBLISHED, 1/22/1937) Janeck, L. O."I have since learned that both of you are working and it does seem to me that the account needs your attention." ItemBad weather and roads. Do you think we need to send a delegate to Wenatchee?(UNPUBLISHED, 12/2/1924) Brooks, N. B.Brooks thanks McGowan for notice of the meeting, then asks if they need send anyone because "It is not a pleasant trip to make from here this time of the year ..." ItemBarking dogs need to learn the meaning of NO and SHUTUP!(UNPUBLISHED, 4/13/1928) McGowan, Wm. M.McGowan compares editors of the local papers to barking dogs who need to be better trained. Funds for the ongoing road project should be checked up. ItemBeginnings of fruit growing in the South Nob Hill district.(UNPUBLISHED, 11/10/1926) Anon"The oldest orchards was that of Jacobs. His initials are H.j. or J.h. ?"