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Recent Submissions

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    "Activities report: April 16-17 on matters that may be helpful to vista house project."
    (UNPUBLISHED, 1965) Relander, Click
    "1-Talked with Bruce LeRoy our director regarding possibility of loan material for display use, in the future. This is possible. 2-Learned that Rocky Reach is to receive National Historical Association certificate or award of merit for perpetuating history at dam site. This is to be made at meeting in Wenatchee, possibly in May, and to be attended by water power official flying out for the meeting."
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    Schedule of estimated cost for sculpture.
    (UNPUBLISHED, 1965) Relander, Click
    "Bronze plaque, Priest Rapids, 18x 27 inches with approximate 25 words of inscription, runic flat face or black face type (See type specimen sheet attached). Dark statuary bronze with raised parts highlighted, complete with concealed style mounting Bronze......$200 Aluminum.......$180."
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    Call typescript with Grant County PUD.
    (UNPUBLISHED, 1961-06-20) Relander, Click
    "Reese:--The first step was taken yesterday afternoon. Want to bring the heads to the plaster stage, on the four, want to repay for clay etc. You can work out with Max, he and Herb (Jenkins). I will put you on the line to Max."
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    Fish fountain.
    (UNPUBLISHED, 1965-05-24) Relander, Click
    "Relative to base fastening, craftsman who has provided estimates for the work states: 'We would prefer to see the piece before we would decide upon the type of fastner which we would provide. They would definitely be concealed and presumably would be a bolt of some sort which could be set with cement in the slab rock base."
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    Some information and recommendations on bronze casting.
    (UNPUBLISHED, 1965-06-05) Relander, Click
    "I found the bronze problem, and that of a durable, non-casting material for small figures (dioramas) is the same with several artists and we all appear to be working along the same lines to solve the problems. At Spokane I found the Davenport Hotel has a display of wood carvings, Indian faces, by Blake of West Glacier. I suspect the exhibit will remain there for the rest of the season. I would suggest someone from the PUD look it over on a trip to Spokane. The reason: Blake lived at Wenatchee many years before going to West Glacier. He has never been 'recognized' at Wenatchee, I doubtif they know of him."
Documents created by Relander, such as speeches, notes, and manuscripts.