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Title: "Alaska Building Elevator Lobby"
Catalog Id: 1943.42.15396
Call Number: Curtis15396
Creator: Asahel Curtis
Creation Date: Aug. 16, 1909
Description: photographic print, interior view of the elevator lobby Alaska Building, located at the southeast corner of Second and Cherry Streets, Seattle, WA, Asahel Curtis photographer, dated Aug. 16, 1909. Large group of well dressed men and women stand waiting in the area outside the building elevators.

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Title: "Black Ball Liner Becalmed"
Catalog Id: 1943.42.57862
Call Number: Curtis 57862
Creator: Asahel Curtis
Creation Date: Jan. 15, 1931
Description: photographic print, "Black Ball Liner Becalmed, "Tall masted sailing ship becalmed at sea, photographic copy of original painting by Charles R. Patterson, dated Jan. 15, 1931, Asahel Curtis, photographer.

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Title: "Dancing Girls at Sunrise"
Catalog Id: 1943.42.58587
Call Number: Curtis 58587, Album 103 p. 113
Creator: Asahel Curtis
Creation Date: Aug. 24, 1931
Description: nitrate negative and photographic print in album, "Dancing Girls at Sunrise" nine young women dressed as dancers attempt to pull or drag an automobile forward by holding long bands or ribbons of cloth at Sunrise, Mount Rainier National Park, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Aug. 24, 1931. The snow covered peak of Mount Rainier and second parked automobile are visible in the background. The women are identified as performers (or students) of the Mary Ann Wells School of the Dance, Seattle, Washington. The image is probably made to promote the completion of the construction of the road to Sunrise in 1931.

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Title: "Dancing Girls at Sunrise"
Catalog Id: 1943.42.58588
Call Number: Curtis 58588, Album 103 p. 114
Creator: Asahel Curtis
Creation Date: Aug. 24, 1931
Description: nitrate negative and photographic print in album, "Dancing Girls at Sunrise" eight young women wearing flowing dresses dance in a circle around an automobile holding wide bands of cloth at Sunrise, Mount Rainier National Park, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Aug. 24, 1931. One of women poses standing on top of the hood of the automobile. The snow covered peak of Mount Rainier is visible in the background. The women are identified as performers (or students) of the Mary Ann Wells School of the Dance, Seattle, Washington. The image is probably made to promote the completion of the construction of the road to Sunrise in 1931.

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Title: "Dancing Girls at Sunrise"
Catalog Id: 1943.42.58586
Call Number: Curtis 58586, Album 103 p. 112
Creator: Asahel Curtis
Creation Date: Aug. 24, 1931.
Description: nitrate negative and photographic print in album, "Dancing Girls at Sunrise" nine young women pose next to two automobiles at Sunrise, Mount Rainier National Park, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Aug. 24, 1931. The Sunrise Inn and the snow covered peak of Mount Rainier are visible in the background and a man is seated inside one of the automobiles. The women are dressed in lightweight coats. They are identified as performers (or students) of the Mary Ann Wells School of the Dance, Seattle, Washington. The image is probably made to promote the completion of the construction of the road to Sunrise in 1931.

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Title: "Dinner at Camp"
Catalog Id: 1943.42.8402
Call Number: Curtis 8402; album 95, p.33
Creator: Asahel Curtis
Creation Date: Aug. 1, 1907
Description: glass plate negative and black and white photographic print in album, a large group of Mountaineers line up for dinner at camp on a expedition to the Olympic Mountains, in Washington State; Asahel Curtis, photographer, August 1, 1907. The group of (most likely from Seattle) Mountaineers includes both women and men. Some of the men and women are seated on the ground eating, while others stand in line waiting to be served food. The exact location of the camp is not indicated. One of series of Curtis images related to a mountaineering trip to the Olympic Peninsula and Mountain Range (Elwha River and upper Hoh River Valley areas) in August 1907.

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Title: "Fast Asleep"
Catalog Id: 1943.42.8399
Call Number: Curtis 8399 album 95 p. 59
Creator: Asahel Curtis
Creation Date: Aug. 1, 1907
Description: photographic print in album, image of a woman and dog (identified as Mollie and Bob) sleeping outside at an unknown location in the Olympic National Park or Forest (most likely Elwha River area Clallam and Jefferson Counties), One of a series of photographs related to the Seattle Mountaineers expedition to the source of the Elwha, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Aug. 1, 1907. Mollie is dressed in hiking clothing (broad brim hat, jacket, pants, and boots with gaiters). Caption written on lower edge of mat reads: "Fast Asleep"

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Title: "Hand fillers at work, P.A.F. Cannery"
Catalog Id: 1943.42.6815
Call Number: Curtis 6815 album 68A p. 155
Creator: Asahel Curtis
Creation Date: ca. 1905-1906
Description: glass plate negative and photographic print in album, image of rows of women standing at work stations, packing fish (salmon) into cans at the Pacific American Fisheries cannery, Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington.. Asahel Curtis, photographer, ca. 1905-06.

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Title: "Hindoos on S.S. Minnesota"
Catalog Id: 1943.42.27255
Call Number: Curtis 27255
Creator: Asahel Curtis
Creation Date: Jun. 23, 1913
Description: glass plate negative and photographic print, large group of bearded men dressed in business suits and turbans are shown standing on the deck of the S. S. Minnesota, Asahel Curtis, photographer, June 23, 1913. The steamship is either departing from or arriving to the pier at Seattle, Washington. The Curtis business ledger refers to Hindus, but the men are probably Sikhs from the Punjab area of India. The Seattle Star (newspaper) was the client. The reason for their visit (or immigration) was not indicated by Curtis.

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Title: "Hindoos on S.S. Minnesota"
Catalog Id: 1943.42.27254
Call Number: Curtis 27254
Creator: Asahel Curtis
Creation Date: Jun. 23, 1913
Description: glass plate negative and photographic print, Two bearded men dressed in business suits and turbans are shown sitting with their legs crossed on the deck of the S. S. Minnesota, Asahel Curtis, photographer, June 23, 1913. The steamship is either departing or arriving from Seattle, Washington. The Curtis business ledger refers to Hindus, but the men are probably Sikhs from the Punjab area of India. The Seattle Star (newspaper) was the client. The reason for their visit (or immigration) was not indicated by Curtis.

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