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Title: ''Fair Capades of 1951'': ...Tri-county fair, Odessa
Catalog Id: 1999.122.77
Call Number: EPH-B/979.735/F15od/1951
Creation Date: 1951
Description: 1 poster; ill.; 56 cm.; Includes four photos of performers and list of acts

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Title: " Upper Wenatchee Valley"
Catalog Id: 1994.4.76
Call Number: EPH 979.759 L487u 1907
Creation Date: 1907
Description: booklet, titled: " Upper Wenatchee Valley, The farther up the valley you go, the bigger and redder the apples grow," published by the Leavenworth Echo, 62 pages, dated 1907; photographs by J. D. Wheeler; color illustration on front cover shows scenic view of river valley framed with decorative border of apple trees. Photograph and brief biographical information related to African American resident and successful farmer, Mrs. Mary Posey included on pages 46-47. Includes testimonials from other successful farmers.

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Title: "Thank God All Mighty, home at last!" - the settlers erect shelter at Bush Prairie near what is now Olympia, Washington, November 1845.
Catalog Id: C1973.27.1
Creation Date: 1973
Description: One of a series of five paintings by Jacob Lawrence depicting the George Washington Bush party traveling to Oregon. Gouache on board. This panel illustrates people working to construct shelters in their new home. This is the fifth panel of the series. The artist intended the panels to be hung with the first panel on the right to indicate travel from east to west.

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Title: ["not so young" Democrats for Ron Sims]
Catalog Id: 2014.128.326
Creation Date: 1994
Description: Round pinback button showing support for Ron Sims, Democratic candidate for United States Senate from Washington, 1994. The button is yellow with black lettering. Printed on button: "not so young" / Democrats / for / Ron Sims / U.S. Senate / Labor Donated

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Title: ["William Owen Bush" with agricultural products]
Catalog Id: C2016.0.89
Creation Date: 1890-1910
Description: Photograph of William Owen Bush, or a manipulated image of him, of Tumwater, WA, Thurston County with a display of agricultural products, at an unknown location. The bulk of the photograph is a large display room. A tall cabinet at the rear is filled with grains. Above the cabinet is a placard reading Thurston County W.O. Bush Cereal Exhibit. Standing on the cabinet also is a stuffed owl and another stuffed bird. Deer heads and antlers are mounted on the wall. A stuffed bald eagle is mounted on a pillar in the center of the room. On a table are jars full of fruits and nuts. In the foreground is a table with recessed boxes, one of which holds the 1890 Whitham and Page promotional map of Olympia, WA, Thurston County. Another placard at the rear wall brags about the many awards received for Thurston County agriculture. Behind the display table is a young man, unidentified. To the right of the photograph stands an elderly man identified on a mounting inscription as William Owen Bush. He has white hair and a full white beard and mustache. He is wearing a three-piece suit. The photograph appears to have been manipulated in some way, because the agricultural displays and part of the floor can be seen through his clothing. In addition, black ink has been applied to the area behind his head to create the illusion of a shadow. William Owen Bush was the son of pioneer mixed-race George [Washington] Bush. He was a renowned farmer and state legislator.

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Title: [21 men, who appear to be mostly patients, from Hospital Three]
Catalog Id: 2003.188.67.42
Call Number: 2003.188.67.42
Creation Date: ca. 1930
Description: Black and white photograph of 21 men, who appear to be mostly patients, from Hospital Three at Firland Sanatorium, ca. 1930. Many of the men are in bathrobes and in informal dress. There is one man in a coat and tie in the center, who many be an administrator or doctor. The man third from the right is African American.

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Title: [A gay man holds his adopted (?) African American child, Seattle Lesbian/Gay Pride Parade and Festival, 1989]
Catalog Id: 1999.16.3.10
Call Number: 1999.16.3.10
Creation Date: 1989
Description: A caucasian male embraces his apparently adopted African American child, The child is sleeping with his head on the man's shoulder. Seattle Lesbian/Gay Pride Parade and Festival, 1989.Donald Auguston, photograher. Thomas Flint Collection (Ms 50)

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Title: [A.A. Phillips House]
Catalog Id: C1957.1301.2
Creation Date: 1880-1890
Description: Photograph of an ornate Queen Anne style house identified as the A.A. Phillips House, Olympia, W.T., or WA, Thurston County. The house has multiple angles, a turret and a tower, with many decorative features. A sidewalk runs along one side, with a dirt street in front of it. To the left of the house is a gazebo, with the house appears to be on a hilltop (accompanying text notes that this house was located where Capitol Campus is now). On the dirt road in front of the house is a carriage with a horse. An African-American man is holding the horse by the rein. An elderly woman is in the carriage. Standing on the sidewalk is a woman dressed in a dark dress, and a girl dressed in a plaid, calf-length dress.

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Title: [advertising fan for the Mountain View Funeral Home, Memorial Park & Crematory]
Catalog Id: 2014.1.96
Creation Date: 2013-2014
Description: Stationary fan advertising the Mountain View Funeral Home, Memorial Park & Crematory, Lakewood, WA, 2013-2014. Fan made of stiff piece of white paperboard. Printed on one side is color photograph of a sunset over water, with trees in foreground. Other side is white with black print and black/white photographs of men who work at the cemetery. They include: James B. Thomason, John W. Anderson, Ken Washingotn, Joel F. Bailey, Jr. and Monty D. Birge. All are African American. Name, address, telephone number, and website information are listed for the cemetary.

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Title: [African American child, "Made in Spokane"]
Catalog Id: 2018.2.90
Call Number: 2018.2.90
Creation Date: ca. 1908
Description: Black and white photographic postcard taken at an unidentified location probably in Spokane, WA circa 1908. Image shows a small African-American boy standing in front of a brick wall. Two wooden doors are on either side of the boy. He may be shoeshine boy. He wears a dark hat, white shirt and short dark pants with suspenders. In front of him is a handmade sign on plywood. An inverted triangle surrounds a circle with a black "S" in the center. Underneath is painted in dark lettering: Made in Spokane. Edward Nolan Collection

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