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  • Relander Collection
    Earth Moving equipment ready to start construction of the Selah T. B. Hospital.
  • anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Exterior view of T. J. V. Clark Supply Store on Front Street. Horses and wagons in foreground. North Yakima.
  • Anon (UNPUBLISHED, 1943)
    From the year 1931 through 1942. Believed to be by car lots.
  • Bancroft, Caroline (UNKNOWN, 1950)
    Information on the Tabor Triangle, a famous love triangle that involved the Matchless mine, as an ad for Caroline Bancroft's book "Silver Queen: The Fabulous Story of Baby Doe Tabor."
  • Anon (UNPUBLISHED, 1880-03-01)
    "Statement of funds remitted to Jas. H. Wilbur, Indian Agent for the 1st and 2nd quarter of 1880."
  • Anon (Government Printing Office, 1884-06-30)
    48th Congress, 2d Session. House of Representatives. Ex. Doc. No. 6.
  • Watt (UNPUBLISHED, 1959)
    "Ruth has worked up the YMCA stuff - Your contribution to the YMCA in 1958 was $47.50."
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1963-03)
    List of hotels and motels includes their rates, addresses, phone numbers, and the names of their managers. It is likely that Washington State Historical Society members were referred here when they came to Tacoma for ...
  • Unknown (Unknown, 1963-04-06)
    This program includes a listing of the officers of the Tacoma Primrose Society and the Tacoma Primrose Show Committee Chairmen, as well as a listing of all divisions on show. There are a few ads inside the back cover for ...
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1945)
    Issued by the Tacoma Chamber of Commerce, this brochure gives a variety of information about Tacoma and brags about its population of 156,000, which in actuality was not reached until between 1970 and 1980. Blue-toned ...
  • anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Taft and Taft Building was located at 105 East Yakima Avenue. North Yakima
  • Unknown (U. S. Government Printing Office., 1937)
    Includes a nice, detailed map of the region, with recreation areas marked, this booklet gives the history of the area, extolls the resources of the forest, and goes on at length about the recreation possibilities.
  • Relander Collection
    Wide view of a Tainer Gate bieng installed. Priest Rapids Dam. Columbia River.
  • Relander Collection
    Installing radial arms for the tainter gates.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1955)
    "The romance of the merchant vessels that ply the trade routes of the world is an ever-present one, and here in Portland you are most cordially invited to watch the ships from all over the world as they load and discharge ...
  • Price, H. (UNPUBLISHED, 1881-04-25)
    Wilbur advised what he can, except for the buildings. "Special Agent A. R. Smith has been ordered to this city, and you will complete the removal of the property with the assistance of Farmer-in-Charge Rinehart...."
  • Talcott's 
    anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Interor view of the Talcott's Music Store with staff. A.C. Talcott on right. Yakima
  • Talcott's 
    anon (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Piano's unloaded from rail cars setting on dock. Yakima
  • Talcott's 
    Dingman (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Man demostrating a piano in front yard of a lady's house. Piano carried on back of car with crank assembly. Yakima
  • Talcott's 
    Dingman (Yakima Valley Museum, )
    Window display of Talcott's Music Store. Yakima