Yakima Memory

Cities and Towns

Cities and Towns

 

Collections in this community

  • Documents related to the growth and development of Grandview, WA..
  • Documents and images related to the establishment and development of Mabton, WA.
  • Documents and images related to the establishment and development of Moxee, WA.
  • Documents and images related to the growth and development of Naches, WA
  • Documents and images related to the growth and development of Sunnyside, WA
  • Documents and images related to the establishment and development of Toppenish, WA.
  • First known as Yakima City
  • Documents and images related to the growth and development of Wapato, WA
  • Documents and images related to the establishment and development of Yakima, WA.
  • Documents and images related to the growth and development of Zillah, WA

Recent Submissions

  • Anonymous (unknown, 1967)
    Yakima Avenue, looking West, with heavy auto and foot traffic. The street is decorated for the season.
  • Anonymous (unpublished, 1900)
    Yakima Avenue looking west, about 1900.
  • Anonymous (unknown, 1961)
    1961 demolition of the old Yakima County Courthouse.
  • Anonymous (unknown, 1964)
    A view down Yakima Avenue looking west from Chinook Tower on 4th Street, with signage identifying businesses of the period (1964).
  • Anonymous (unknown, 1950)
    A photograph of the Masonic Temple and street scene on the corner of Yakima Avenue and 4th street.
  • Anonymous (unknown, 1959)
    One of Yakima's early buildings, a cafe on North First Street, being demolished to make room for a parking lot.
  • Anonymous (unpublished, 1949)
    Photograph of the 168 foot tall Chinook Tower at 402 E. Yakima Ave. in Yakima, Washington, taken from street level.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1915-09-15)
    Booklets for the first three fairs, in 1915, 1916, and 1917. Local advertisements throughout. See also EPM-131-02-007 and 008 for the remainder.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1915)
    Booklets for the first three fairs, in 1915, 1916, and 1917. Local advertisements throughout. See also EPM-131-02-007 and 009 for the remainder.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1915-09-15)
    Booklets for the first three fairs, in 1915, 1916, and 1917. Local advertisements throughout. See also EPM-131-02-008 and 009 for the remainder.
  • Unknown author (The Republic Press, 1941)
    Overlook our 'extras': $1,600,000 Reclamation Fund, $600,000 Airport Improvement, $500,000 County Courthouse, $200,000 Highway By-Pass, $200,000 Milk Condensery, But don't overlook...the sound solid advantages that are ...
  • Unknown (The Republic Press, 1936)
    Includes information on the city's bank debits, retail sales, automotive sales, paid advertising, and more. Most likely to entice advertisers that will buy ad space in the newspapers.
  • 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, 1885-09)
    Clippings range from September, 1885 through June, 1897, with two undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "North Yakima and the Cascade Branch," and "North Yakima and its irrigated valleys." All are ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1905-05-05)
    Clippings range from May 5, 1905 through January 31, 1965, with eleven undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Federal Court organized: Lee C. Delle will be Deputy Clerk for North Yakima and R. K. Nichols ...
  • Various (Unknown, 1906-02-02)
    Clippings range from February 2, 1906 through January 1, 1967, with four undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Mexicans assured houses in Wapato," and "Wapato future gleams." Though not digitized, these ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1908-04-28)
    Clippings range from April 28, 1908 through November 7, 1965, with three undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Gristmill in Union Gap still serves area farmers," and "Gap celebration revives rugged ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1907-01-18)
    Clippings 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 ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1944-01-19)
    Clippings range from January 19, 1944 through March 1, 1964, with two undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Sunnysider recalls delivery of first canal water in '93," and "Sunnyside eyes mail delivery." ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1944-01-26)
    Clippings range from January 26, 1944 through December 20, 1956, with three undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Four generations of Naches pioneers," and "Lower Naches group favors Selah union: Buena ...

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