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  • Miller, Juanita Joaquina Miller (UNPUBLISHED, 1945-09-11)
    "It interests me to know when, how, and from whom you obtained the 1945 selections as that will help me learn how to place them."
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1956-11-18)
    Relander writes a second note of appreciation to Dr. Herman Deutsch, chairman of the Committee on Pacific Northwest History. He says that Alba Shawaway will be accompanying him to the Northwest History Conference and ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1953-11-18)
    "Even the Colville set of films is, I believe, good material, containing as it does numerous references to Palouse, leaders, even possible regions of occupancy. While I have enough for considerable work, I am wondering ...
  • Anon (UNPUBLISHED, 8/22/1936)
    "I was somewhat disappointed however, in writing you a number of times and not receiving any reply because the rest of the loan committee looked upon you as my pet client as it were, because I was so willing to loan you ...
  • Schindler, G. W. (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    The photos are advertised as being "for both newspaper and magazines," but the vast majority of the photograph categories listed are very adult in nature, and not the type of thing that would have been printed.
  • Beck, George C. (UNPUBLISHED, 1952-04-15)
    "Just the other day I ran across some pictures from "Whale" island in Priest Rapids that I had laid aside and forgotten. They were mailed to me by Adam East. Several of them show thw walrus stone (whale) to good advantage ...
  • Office 
    anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Photo of office of unknown type, could be fuel or warehouse office. Yakima
  • Unknown (U. S. Government Printing Office, 1950-12)
    Listed by region. All seven regions are included, and on the back is a list of "projects or divisions of projects of Bureau of Reclamation Operated by Water Users," including three in Yakima County.
  • United States Department of the Interior (UNPUBLISHED, 1953-06)
    Includes information on the history, government, population, and living conditions in Alaska, among many other topics. A large section is devoted on the native Alaskan tribes.
  • anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Office staff for the Wapotox Canal project. 2nd row from top, middle man, is Robert Bayne. Robert (Bob) was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin where he majored in civil engineering. Yakima County
  • Officers 
    anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Two Washington State Patrol officers with motorcycles.Yakima County
  • Relander Collection
    Homes along "Officers Row" at Fort Simcoe.
  • anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    View of officers row at Fort Simcoe.Yakima Reservation
  • anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Winter view of officers row at Fort Simcoe.Yakima Reservation
  • Relander Collection (Yakima Valley Libraries, )
    Officers Row of housing restored at Fort Simcoe.
  • Relander Collection (Yakima Valley Libraries, )
    Homes along "Officers Row" at Fort Simcoe.
  • Relander Collection (Yakima Valley Libraries, )
    Homes along "Officers Row" at Fort Simcoe.
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1955-08-02)
    "Washington Territory was created March 2, 1853. First day of issue from Olympia, Capital of Washington."
  • Coe, Earl (Earl Coe, 1950-11-07)
    Issued by the Secretary of State for the State of Washington, this booklet has newly elected congressional offices and judges, Supreme Court, as well as the official roster of the 1951 legislature.
  • Coe, Earl (UNKNOWN, 1955)
    Issued by the Secretary of State for the State of Washington. Lists include members of the Washington Congressional Delegation, State Officers, and appointed Administrative Departments. Also gives offices located in Seattle, ...