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  • anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Street view of F. C. Hall, Real Estate and Insurance Company located at 4 1/2 South 2nd Street. North Yakima
  • anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    F. C. Hall in his garden of his home located at 116 North Naches Avenue.. Yakima
  • anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Interior view of the F. C. Hall home located at 116 North Naches Avenue.. Yakima
  • anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Interior viw of the F. C. Hall home located at 116 North Naches Avenue. Yakima
  • Gilham, F. M. (UNKNOWN, 1911)
    Ads include black and white photographs of the items for sale, which all have a Californian origin: Pomo Indian baskets, Modoc Indian baskets, Huppa Indian baskets, Tulare Indian baskets, wampum, turquoise beads, and old beads.
  • U. S. Army (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Aircraft wing in fabric room at air corps school at Perry. Yakima WA
  • Le Roy, Bruce (UNPUBLISHED, 1961-12-05)
    The first clipping is on the Society's "two big 'finds'," and the other is entitled, "Doors to Washington History," with a small portrait of Bruce Le Roy.
  • Máto-Tópe (Le Magasin pittoresque, derivative)
    Self portrait of the artist wearing full feather headdress, in hand-to-hand combat with a Cheyenne chief.
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1965)
    "Mockups of existing plaque and contemplated plaque, actual size. 1-Existing plaque. Dimensions: 21 inches wide, 37 inches deep. Figure: 19 inches wide, 37 inches deep. Text. Largest 1 inch high. Second, 3/4 inches high. ...
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1950)
    "This fact sheet has been prepared to acquaint representatives of the press, radio, and other media with the Grand Coulee Dam and Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake, which will be dedicated by President Truman, May 11, 1950. It ...
  • Unknown (Unknown, 1955)
    On Westinghouse, Western Public Relations letterhead, which is unique amongst the ferry related ephemera. Information given on the builder, capacity, size, propulsion, and other topics.
  • Unknown (1967)
    2 versions of a booklet that lists both individuals and organizations selling Christmas cards.
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1957)
    Information about Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corporation, out of New York City, and what dams they had completed, already, in the state and outside the state. Additionally, each department and division is detailed: construction ...
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    Statistical and budget data given, as well as the construction schedule.
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1955-01-22)
    Response to Catherine May, State Representative, in which Relander points out some matters, including the fact that the Wanapums had no treaty, so therefore the title on their land was never extinguished. He quotes from ...
  • Moore, G. T. (UNKNOWN, 1913)
    Issued by the American Tract Society, this booklet has a poem on the back entitled Sabbath Rest.
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. (UNKNOWN, 1959-07-06)
    Filled with good information issued by The Civil War Centennial Commission. Illustrations throughout. Includes a letter from President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
  • Unknown (Yakima Chamber of Commerce, 1963-08)
    Issued by the Yakima Chamber of Commerce, this brochure gives good information about Yakima at that time, including weather, population, and more statistical data.
  • Unknown (Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce, 1968-08)
    Issued by the Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce, the front cover shows population growth and Yakima's sunshine schedule. The inside is full of good statistical data about Yakima at the time.
  • [Trimble, Carol] (Yakima Valley Regional Library, 1953)
    If the libraries are going to meet the needs of the communities they serve, library administrators must make sure that decision makers know the needs of the library. This document was created when the idea that Yakima ...