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  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1955)
    "In this book for your convenience, The Gazette-Telegraph has compiled this book in order that you may make comparisons in type faces, sizes, type combinations and rules and borders available for use in our advertising columns."
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1955-01-17)
    Short note about the source being rich in material. At the bottom of the page is a handwritten calculation of how much time he spent working on them: 15 1/2 hours in a 4-day span.
  • Relander, Click (1955)
    Opening with a dedication to "the treaty chiefs and Yakimas yet unborn," this booklet, created for the one hundred year anniversary of the treaty, was published by authorization of the Yakima Tribal Council. Totaling three ...
  • Relander, Click (1955)
    "The wise old chiefs, with the power of gifted leaders, realized that future life must change when the unwanted treaty was thrust upon them. It was ratified by the Senate, the president proclaimed it and it became the law. ...
  • Relander, Click (1955)
    "One hundred years after the treaty makers assembled in a cottonwood grove on the present site of Walla Walla, the Yakima retain a heritage. This, even in the treaty days, was so old that no one knew just when it was born. ...
  • Relander, Click (Franklin Press, 1960)
    "The Yakima country was so new in the days it was first becoming known to the outside world --- the days of the cattlemen --- a kind of white dust, silvered and glowing with magic, had not yet been brushed from the tall ...
  • Relander, Click (Franklin Press, 1960)
    "The original plat of North Yakima's townsite looked fine on paper, but like moving into a new home, it took time to straighten around. The streets wandered, taking short cuts where wagons and riders crossed unoccupied ...
  • Relander, Click (Franklin Press, 1960)
    "There is no beginning to the Yakima story because the miracle of writing was unknown in the long ago. There also is no ending, nor will it come in our time. Only the recently dead years and still echoing footfalls of those ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1954-03-03)
    "I would suspect that occasional pertinent information, mentioning Indian chiefs, difficulties, friendly and unfriendly Indians, location of camps and habitations, ownership of horses, cattle etc. might be found in Department ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1955-06-02)
    Typescript of Oregon Superintendency Indian Affairs, roll 16, and annotated account of how long it took him to do.
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1954-06-21)
    Letter to the Department of Justice with enclosed Yakima MS Addendum.
  • Relander, Click (1885)
    Moving the paper to the new town, larger format, Signal destroyed by bomb, death of R.V. Chadd.
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1887)
    Libel suit against Freeman by E. M. Reed, arrest of editor of Ellensburgh Herald on a charge of libel
  • Relander, Click (1889)
    First edition of the Yakima Herald, upcoming presidential campaign, Herald soon to be a daily. Yakima Signal suspended last January, moved to Seattle to be state prohibition paper. 18 daily papers in the territory, Seattle ...
  • Relander, Click (1890)
    Yakima Herald second anniversary, Spokesman daily begins in Spokane Falls, the Courier in Goldendale. Ellensburg Daily Register suspended due to fire. Washington Press Association to hold annual convention in North Yakima. ...
  • Relander, Click; Various (1891-01-08)
    Sale of Yakima Republic to Will E. Willis; Chelan Falls Leader started; West Shore suspended.
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED Typescript, 1894)
    Prosser Falls American first issue; Chandler buys the Auburn Argus; Reed back at Herald; Daily Dispatch discontinued; Libby exclusive to Ranch, W. H. James to Republican.
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED Typescript, 1895)
    NW press association initiated; Fairfield Progress plant sold to the Argus; libel charges; F. F. Lischke becomes editor of the Sentinel, Miller leaves Republic; record shows 225 papers published in Washington. Kennewick ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED Typescript, 1896)
    3rd b'day of Prosser American; Republic Publishing Company incorporated; Seattle Telegraph started; Seattle Times sold by Hughes & Davies to Charles Fishback. M. F. Satterlee closes the Yakima Times.
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED Typescript, 1897)
    Sad end for C. W. Hobart; Pasco News merged with the Recorder as the Pasco News-Recorder; Times-Argus suspended; Rev. B. E. Utz begins publishing The Pastor's Visit; Seattle Times Printing Co. incorporated. Shultz buys the ...