Ephemera

 

Recent Submissions

  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1945-03)
    Issued by the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. "The Roza Division, now under construction, is a part of the Yakima Project, situated in Yakima, Kittitas, and Benton Counties, on the eastern ...
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    Hand drawn map shows the lake and summer homes site near White Pass. Undated, but roads are named their old names; for example, Highway 90 over Snoqualmie Pass is called Hiway No. 3.
  • D'Ewart, Wesley A.; Dexheimer, W. A. (U. S. Government Printing Office, 1956-03-13)
    Issued by the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. Public Notice regarding the Kennewick Division of the Yakima Project in South-Central Washington. Includes a postcard for application and ...
  • Straus, Michael W. (UNPUBLISHED, 1950-03-21)
    Issued by the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. Homestead of Roza Division, Yakima Project, Washington. Includes a farm application blank and map of the Roza Division.
  • Finley, G. C., Secretary (UNKNOWN, 1926-02-10)
    Issued by the Washington Irrigation Institute. "Delivered at the Session held at Yakima, February 10, 11, 1926." It's possible this is the front cover to the address. If so, no more of the document is in the collection.
  • Warne, William E.; Krug, J. A. (UNPUBLISHED, 1947-02-01)
    Issued by the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. Public Notice opening public land to entry and announcing availability of water therefor. Includes a farm application blank and statement of ...
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    Information given under the headings location, climatic conditions, water supply, crops and livestock, principal markets, project features, irrigable lands, and soils and topography.
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1967-10-28)
    Held at Yakima Indian Nation Industrial Park. Invitation form The Yakima Indian Nation and White Swan Industries, Inc.
  • Stiles, Lee; McNeill, Robert H. (UNKNOWN, 1963-04)
    Article from an issue of World Call on Indian Youth who are leaders in school and community. Also includes a partial article: Dedication in Mexico - New Witness in a Growing City. Black and white photographs throughout.
  • Hovis, James B. (UNPUBLISHED, 1968-11-01)
    "Remarks on Industrial Development by James B. Hovis, Yakima Tribal Attorney, November 1, 1968, Washington State Indian Conference, Tyee Motel, Olympia, Washington."
  • Woodall, Senator; Hallauer, Senator; Dore, Senator; Atwood, Senator; Redmon, Senator (UNPUBLISHED, 1965-02-19)
    State of Washington, 39th Regular Session. "Read first time February 19, 1965. Under suspension of rules read second and third times February 19, 1965 and passed."
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1967)
    Includes the Lord's Prayer, Service, including officiant and bearers, and on the back card, the funeral directors, Shaw & Sons.
  • Holdridge, Herbert C.; Goudy, Al (UNPUBLISHED, 1960-03-18)
    Includes an introduction letter from Al Goudy, Vice President of the Yakima Indian Association, and then a letter from the Brigadier General of the US Army, Retired, as part of his General Holdridge Minute Men newsletter.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1968)
    Portrait of the Chief of the Ahtanum Clan of the Yakimas, after his death. Short bio is included. Supplement to "The Discards" by Lucullus Virgil McWhorter. Due to copyright status, this item has not been digitized, but ...
  • Wilton, E. J.; Varney, David D.; Olney, Phillip; Mininick, Joe; Shotwell, L. W.; Yallup, Thomas K.; Umtuch, George; Seelatsee, Eagle; Saluskin, Alex; LeCrone, Dannie E. (UNPUBLISHED, 1955-11-07)
    "...Five members of the Yakima Tribe, on February 3, 1955, met at the home of E. J. Wilton of Tacoma, for the purpose of discussing the problems involved and the ways and means of how to proceed. As a result of this ...
  • Wilton, E. J. (UNPUBLISHED, 1952)
    Enclosed with the letter is a slip of paper that says, "Mr. Senator or Congressman: Please do not throw this letter away. We Indians are American citizens and voters and we need help. E. J. Wilton, Chairman Tacoma Council, ...
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1955)
    Highlighted by annotation: "The exclusive right of taking fish in all the streams, where running through or bordering said reservation, is further secured to said confederated tribes and bands of Indians, as also the right ...
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1963-04-05)
    Held at the Satus Long House. Lists cash prizes for women's team contest circle dance and the men's war dance team contest.
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    "In those days there were no corrals or bucking chutes. A horse was blindfolded, 'snubbed up', saddled, and rode in the center of the viewing circle. A man well-known for his perfect technique in snubbing a horse was Joe ...
  • Johnson, M. A., Superintendent (UNKNOWN, 1936-09-28)
    Printed on newspaper, this notice gives information on bidding, written by the Superintendent of the Yakima Indian Agency, and lists the hundreds of allotments up for lease.

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