Ephemera and Clippings

 

Relander collected a variety of ephemera and newspaper clippings on topics related to his interest in Pacific Northwest history and the relationship between government agencies and tribal groups.

Most of the ephemera was acquired by Relander after 1945 and probably used by him for his work with the Yakima newspapers. The clippings, especially the files containing Indian stories, were generally printed in the 1950s and 1960s, with a small percentage from early 1900s Yakima papers.

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  • Baxter, Al (UNKNOWN, 1966)
    By "Yakima gourmet and hobby cook." Color photograph of Baxter on the cover. Black and white photograph of him with his wife inside the back cover. Includes many illustrations to clarify techniques.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1967-01-17)
    "A delegation form the Spokane Indian Tribe will go to Washington, D. C., for a hearing Feb. 3 on a proposed $6.7 million land claims settlement."
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1947-06-19)
    Clippings range from June 19, 1947 through January 25, 1961, with one undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "'Nothing much' in Zillah back in 1894," and "Zillah plans fifty year anniversary." Though not ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1947-11-03)
    Clippings range from November 3, 1947 through September 6, 1959, with two undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "'Love chimes' designed to deter crime in Japan," and "Boys' home group formed: youth ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1947-11-09)
    Clippings range from November 9, 1947 through January 23, 1955. Some headlines include: "Anniversary date of YMCA recalls early local stories: building problems similar to 1947," and "YMCA reports big activity: 2,361 young ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1906-02-16)
    Clippings range from February 16, 1906 through January 3, 1959, with two undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Switzer given contract: work on Carnegie Library will commence in a short time, to be ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1952-01-03)
    Clippings range from January 3, 1952 through October 17, 1968, with nine undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Museum building fund drive total climbs over $53,000," and "Museum reception will be preview." ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1913-11-02)
    Clippings range from November 2, 1913 through December 28, 1957, with four undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Irrigable area is much reduced: changes ordered with reference to lands under the Tieton ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1938-06-12)
    Clippings range from June 12, 1938 through December 31, 1968, with three undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Pretty Indian girls named Pow Wow Princesses: trio represent Yakima Indians," and "Yakima ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1907-10-18)
    Clippings range from October 18, 1907 through October 16, 1955, with three undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Ow-Hah-Tah-Ma-So lone casualty in 1855 battle: Indian monument below Union Gap marker for ...
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1944-02-24)
    Clippings range from February 24, 1944 through December 29, 1968, with several undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Yakima Tribe meeting called on Bureau decision about vote," and "Yakima Indians ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1940-06-09)
    Clippings range from June 9, 1940 through February 22, 1961, with two undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Sketch drawn at 1855 council is only known Kamiakin likeness," and "Indians slate event Thursday: ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1906-10-12)
    .Clippings range from October 12, 1906 through December 29, 1968, with two undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Noted Indians gather at Toppenish: one of the largest assemblages of Reds that has occurred ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1905-02-17)
    Clippings range from February 17, 1905 through October 28, 1967, with ten undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Will protest guardianship," and "Toppenish to send group to hearing on Indian Bill." Though ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1905-09)
    Clippings range from September 1905 through November 21, 1968, with several undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Tribe wins water case," and "Yakima Indians desert from Chemawa School: three lads from ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1905-08-08)
    Clippings range from August 8, 1904 through December 9, 1968, with several undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "The runaway pair married: after being released from jail Indian Half Breed and white woman ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1947-08-08)
    Clippings range from August 8, 1947 through July 2, 1969, with six undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Yakima tribal fete continues age-old custom," and "They came 2,000 miles to honor the dead." ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1906-09-26)
    Clippings range from September 26, 1906 through June 30, 1969, with several undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Chief White Swan among fair visitors," and "Yakima Tribe to celebrate dawn of new salmon ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1937-10-28)
    Clippings range from October 28, 1937 through May 10, 1963, with three undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Indian Council holds unique position: tribal heads rule life of Yakimas," and "Yakima Indian ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1905-03-03)
    Clippings range from March 3, 1905 through December 5, 1968, with eighteen undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Indians get blame for discrimination, own acts held cause: credit, work chief fields," ...

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