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Yakima Valley Libraries Archives: Recent submissions

  • Santos, Jessie (Yakima Herald-Republic, 2000-03-23)
    The annual Filipino Community Dinner fundraiser offers lumpia, pancit, and other popular Filipino dishes to fund scholarships for community youth.
  • Helland, Maurie (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1975-12-07)
    Author Maurie Helland describes what Americans of Japanese descent experienced when the effects of Executive order 9066 forced their removal from the Yakima Valley. Helland tells about what life was like in the internment ...
  • Alexander, Autumn (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1992-02-24)
    Mamoru and Haru Matsumura share what it was like to return to the Yakima Valley after internment at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
  • Leighty, Ann (Wapato Independent, 1986-07-02)
    Reunion of a group of Americans of Japanese descent who experienced the effects of Executive order 9066. They share their memories of hardship during incarceration at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
  • Provenza, Nick (Yakima Herald Republic, 1978-08-22)
    Americans of Japanese descent who experienced the effects of Executive order 9066 share their memories of hardship during incarceration at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
  • Bruscas, Angelo (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1980-11-10)
    Americans of Japanese descent who experienced the effects of Executive order 9066 share their memories of hardship during incarceration at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
  • Anon; Yakima County Assessor's Office (Yakima County Assessor's Office, 1972)
    A collection of Yakima County plat maps created by the Yakima County Assessor's Office from 1972 through 1977, with sections identified by township and range. Civic infrastructure (roads, canals, pipelines, etc.) and natural ...
  • Anonymous (previously unpublished, 1988)
    A typescript of a speech at the unveiling of Toppenish mural "Haller's Defeat," by western artist Fred Oldfield. The speaker is not identified.
  • Sheller, Roscoe (previously unpublished, 1935)
    A speech given by Roscoe Sheller in 1935 on the occasion of the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Harvey M. and Ida Belle Lichty, in which he describes the development of Sunnyside, WA, and the Lichtys' contributions to that ...
  • Perrault, Val (previously unpublished, 1990)
    Short statement on the history and function of the Moxee Library League.
  • Troianello, Craig (Yakima Valley Libraries, 3/29/1996)
    News article from Yakima Herald-Republic about efforts to find a new location for the Gleed Library, a branch of YVRL that served Gleed, an unincorporated part of Yakima County.
  • Anon (Yakima Herald-Republic, 12/12/1961)
    News article from Yakima Herald-Republic about theGleed Library, a branch of YVRL that served Gleed, an unincorporated part of Yakima County.
  • Harris, Wendy (Yakima Valley Libraries, 5/21/1998)
    News article from Yakima Herald-Republic about the closure of Gleed Library, a branch of YVRL that serves Gleed, an unincorporated part of Yakima County.
  • Anon (Upper Valley Press, 2/7/1996)
    News article from Upper Valley Press about efforts to find a new location for the Gleed Library, a branch of YVRL that serves Gleed, an unincorporated part of Yakima County.
  • Pilgrim, Kathy (Yakima Valley Libraries, 1996)
    Short history of the Gleed Community Library. Photographs of 5 librarians in file, but not online.
  • Anon (Upper Valley Press, 6/5/1997)
    News article from Upper Valley Press about efforts to find a new location for the Gleed Library, a branch of YVRL that served Gleed, an unincorporated part of Yakima County.
  • Trimble, Carol (Yakima Valley Libraries, 1951)
    Difficulties of merging the County and City libraries
  • Trimble, Carol (Yakima Valley Libraries, 1951)
    County Library progress report
  • Trimble, Carol (Yakima Valley Libraries, 1951)
    Carol Trimble's notes for a speech to staff at"our first Regional Library staff meeting." Workflow and procedural issues are addressed, i.e." should the book cards be in the front or the back of the books?"
  • Remsberg, Helen (Yakima Valley Libraries, 1945)
    Librarian Helen Remsberg's letter to Al Mogren proposing a new library building as a memorial to Yakima Valley's war heros.