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Title: ''Olympia'' (I'm glad I found you)
Catalog Id: 2003.161.1
Call Number: MUSIC/979.7791/T641ol/1926
Creation Date: ca. 1926
Description: 1 score (3 p.); ill.; 32 cm.; For voice and piano; Dedicated to the pioneers of Thurston County, who made the present city possible by their bravery and self-sacrifice. Ephemera

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Title: "1125 Lower Tumwater Falls at Olympia Brewery, Olympia, Washington"
Catalog Id: 2007.133.360
Call Number: Lynch-White Postcard Collection
Creator: Edward H. Mitchell
Creation Date: ca. 1908
Description: postcard, "1125 Lower Tumwater Falls at Olympia Brewery, Olympia, Washington," polychromatic, color tinted illustration showing the Olympia Brewing Company brewery, lower Tumwater Falls, part of Capitol Lake, and surrounding area, Thurston County, Olympia, Washington, published by Edward H. Mitchell, San Francisco, undated, ca. 1908.

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Title: "Betsy (Jish-Jish), Olympia".
Catalog Id: 2010.0.329
Call Number: IND POR 1.03.008
Creation Date:
Description: photographic print (may be studio portrait) of seated older (possibly Nisqually) Native American woman identified as "Betsy (Jish-Jish), Olympia" holding a staff with bundle of clothing next to her, undated. Handwritten text on back of print reads; "Betsy (Jish-Jish) Olympia, lives on Capital Point and is about 118 years old? "Stech-ass-absch".

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Title: "Chart of Puget Sound Its Inlets Anchorages"
Catalog Id: 1986.28.2.1.147
Call Number: MAPC/WT/PS/1841
Creation Date: 1841,,donor
Description: " Chart of Puget Sound Its Inlets Anchorages," The southern Puget Sound area and surrounding islands from Fox Island to Budd Inlet (Olympia) is shown, present southern Pierce and Thurston County area, The Nisqually River flow into Puget Sound and Fort Nisqually are indicated. Chart number 147, one of a series of Pacific Northwest nautical charts surveyed by the United States Exploring Expedition, 1841, commanded by Charles Wilkes. The emphasis of this map is on the bodies of water. The water depth is shown for navigation. Scale: 1.5 inches. = 1 mile. Wilkes Chart 147.

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Title: "Deeds Not Words"
Catalog Id: 2010.0.39
Call Number: EPH-B/979.7791/D36/1889
Creator: Olympia, WA
Creation Date: 1889
Description: Poster (40.29.5 cm.) advertising Christmas program and sale. "An orchestral entertainment will be given in Columbia Hall...by St. John's Church Workers" in Olympia, WA, 1889.. Needlework and candy will be sold as fundraisers.

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Title: "Freshmen" William Winlock Miller High School, Olympia Wn Class 1920
Catalog Id: C1988.33.2
Creation Date: 1920
Description: Panoramic format photograph of a group of young women and men identified as members of the freshmen class of William Winlock Miller High School (generally known as Olympia High School), Olympia, WA, Thurston county. They are posing in front of the high school, a masonry building with sashed windows along its length. They are posed in six rows. Many of the girls are wearing "middy" style blouses with full, ankle-length skirts. The boys are wearing suits with ties.

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Title: "Map of Puget Sound and Surroundings, Washington Territory"
Catalog Id: 1979.111.1
Call Number: MAPC/WT/PS/1877.1
Creation Date: 1877
Description: "Map of Puget Sound and Surroundings, Washington Territory," compiled from official surveys, published by Eastwick and Morris and Company, civil and mining engineers, Seattle, W.T. , 1877, and drawn by John Hanson. The map is printed on parchment and folded into a two-part hard cover. The area shown includes the Puget Sound area from Tenino to just north of Bellingham and west to Clallam Bay and Grays Harbor. Map depicts inlets, bays, and rivers with tributaries and depth contours. Indian reservations are shown in yellow ink, and county boundaries in pink outline. The map indicates towns, post office locations, roads, railroad lines, sawmills, coal mines, and township divisions. Wetland (marsh) areas, and prairies are indicated. scale: 6 miles equal 1 inch.

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Title: "Map of Puget Sound and Surroundings, Washington Territory"
Catalog Id: C1984.1.24
Call Number: MAPC/WT/PS/1877.2
Creation Date: 1877
Description: "Map of Puget Sound and Surroundings, Washington Territory," compiled from official surveys, published by Eastwick and Morris and Company, civil and mining engineers, Seattle, W.T. , 1877, and drawn by John Hanson. The area shown includes the Puget Sound area from Tenino to just north of Bellingham and west to Clallam Bay and Grays Harbor. Map depicts inlets, bays, and rivers with tributaries and depth contours. Indian reservations are shown in yellow ink, and county boundaries in pink outline. The map indicates towns, post office locations, roads, railroad lines, sawmills, coal mines, and township divisions. Wetland (marsh) areas, and prairies are indicated. scale: 6 miles equal 1 inch. The hard cover was removed from the map and cataloged into the ephemera collection.

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Title: "Map of Puget Sound Country"
Catalog Id: 2014.126.8
Call Number: MAPC/WW/PS/1910
Creator: Clason Map Company
Creation Date: 1910
Description: "Map of Puget Sound Country," published by the Clason Map Company, Denver, Colorado, 1910; prominent red text at upper left corner of map reads: "Compliments of Charles Somers Company, Alaska Building, Seattle, Farms, Lands, Water frontages, Country, City and Suburban Homes Correspondence Invited." Geographic area shown includes most of western Washington east to the Cascade Mountain Range, and the Olympic Peninsula, from the Canadian border to southwest Washington. The the southern portion of Vancouver Island, British Columbia (Victoria) is also included. Grays Harbor County is identified as Chehalis County (the name changed in 1915). The Columbia River is not shown. Coastal profile, county and international boundaries, towns, railroad lines, Indian reservations, and major bodies of water are shown. Bodies of water are colored blue and county and international boundaries red. A panoramic photographic view of the Seattle waterfront is located on the lower map edge.

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Title: "Map of the Puget Sound Country of Washington"
Catalog Id: MAPC/WW/PS/1908
Call Number: mapc/ww/ps/1908
Creation Date: 1908
Description: "Map of the Puget Sound Country of Washington," plat map shows the county boundaries, township and section lines, highways, railroads, waterways, and towns with population size and density indicated by cross hatching, David H. White, 1908. The large Puget Sound area covered ranges from Arlington (north) to Dungeness (west) to Olympia (south).

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