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  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1950)
    "He wanted to get back to the Pacific Coast, so asked for a transfer in government service, and was sent as chief clerk to the Puyallup Indian Agency, and from there as chief clerk at Fort Simcoe. In this position he went ...
  • Gag Photo 
    anon
    A gag photo taken at the Washington State Fair.
  • Relander, Click (1963)
    Only the first sheet is digitized, but all are available in person, by appointment.
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1905-02-10)
    Clippings range from February 10, 1905 through September 16, 1968, with five undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Yakima-Kittitas elk herd founded in 1913 by sportsmen: original group of 50 came from ...
  • Sawyer, Edmund J. (UNKNOWN, 1945)
    Full of black and white or color illustrations, this booklet is intended to help with identifying ducks, geese, and other birds. Includes plates with illustrations of bills and other parts of the bird.
  • Unknown (Unknown, 1956-04-01)
    Put out by The Department of Game for the State of Washington, this booklet has all fees and limits for fishing. The rules for each county in the state is also listed.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1963)
    Compiled by The Department of Game for the State of Washington, this brochure is referred to as an "area description folder." Each area's borders are described so hunters can know where they can hunt and where it is not allowed.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1949-11-06)
    Showing at the Larson Museum and Gallery at the Yakima Valley Junior College. Includes hours and dates as well as a list of paintings on display and information about both artists.
  • Gannon 
    Relander Collection
    Soldiers of the Oregon National Gaurd, 41st Infantry Brigade, helps move the cannon collection of wagons from Mabton to the Yakima Museum on North 1st Street.
  • Gannon 
    Relander Collection
    Soldiers of the Oregon National Gaurd, 41st Infantry Brigade, helps move the cannon collection of wagons from Mabton to the Yakima Museum on North 1st Street.
  • Gannon 
    Relander Collection
    Young man sharping a knife on a grindstone at the Gannon Museum.
  • Yakima Valley Museum (1968)
    Includes such items as "Mug with horse head, inscr. Souv. of Beer Drivers' Union."
  • Whitnall, Jack R.; (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Part of the Gannon Collection at the Frontier Museum. Yakima, WA
  • The Gannon Museum of Wagons (1965)
    Dates from when the collection was in Mabton.
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1955-05-22)
    Clippings range from May 22, 1955 through November 10, 1968, with four undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Yakima gets Indian relics," and "Wagon collecting hobby to be basis for museum." Though not ...
  • The Gannon Museum of Wagons (1967)
    "The Museum is located at the site of the old Mabton Smithy and Stagecoach Station on State Highway 22, between Toppenish and Prosser."
  • Garage 
    anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Truck and equipment garage located on South 3rd Avenue. Yakima
  • Yerkes, Guy E.; Mulford, Furman Lloyd; McCulloch, Lucia; Smith, Floyd F. (U.S. Government Printing Office., 1940)
    Issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, this booklet gives information on growing gardenias outdoors, in a greenhouse, and in the home. Discusses pests and diseases, as well.
  • Gardening 
    Relander Collection
    Planting shrubs and vines at the commandant's house at Fort Simcoe.
  • Gardening 
    Wade, Henry (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Backyard home garden Sunnyside Washington