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- ItemToppenish, Washington clippings folder.(UNKNOWN, 1907-01-18) VariousClippings range from January 18, 1907 through December 15, 1963, with two undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Toppenish preparing for incorporation: citizens of that place will petition commissioners on February 4th," and "Toppenish homes moving: houses, barns and trees en route from reservation to new townsite adjourning." Though not digitized, these clippings are available to view in person, or an image can be e-mailed by request. Please contact for further information.
- ItemCentral Memorial Hospital: when tragedy strikes...the difference between life and death -- your hospital.(UNKNOWN, 1955) UnknownIncludes an explanation of what a nonprofit hospital means, an official statement, members of the sponsors committee, and more. Sepia toned photographs and illustrations throughout.
- ItemCentral Memorial Hospital --- A gift -- that others may live.(UNKNOWN, 1955) UnknownForm for subscribing to donate to the hospital fund. "For the purpose of building and equipping a new modern hospital by the Central Memorial Hospital, a corporation Not For Profit, organized under the laws of the State of Washington, and in consideration of gifts, pledges and subscriptions of other persons for the same purpose, and for value received, I hereby subscribe and promise to pay to Central Memorial Hospital....."
- ItemLetter from the advisory committee of the Central Memorial Hospital in Toppenish, Washington.(UNPUBLISHED, 1955) Scalley, Paul; Nelson, Harold O.; Regimbal, Laurent; Sylvester, N. R.Sent to the Republic Printing Co. Letterhead says, "community financed, community owned, community controlled, a memorial hospital to serve the citizens of Central Yakima Valley. Build this modern hospital today -- You may need it tomorrow."
- ItemOutlying Yakima County telephone directory, October, 1936.(UNKNOWN, 1936-10-22) UnknownIssued by Oregon-Washington Telephone Co., Divisional Office in Sunnyside, Washington, this directory has listings for Grandview, Prosser, Sunnyside-Mabton, Toppenish, Wapato, Zillah-Granger, Bickleton, and Roosevelt. Due to the personal information contained within, not all pages have been digitized, but the directory is available to view in person, in its entirety, by appointment.