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Title: ''The sword is drawn, the Navy upholds it!''
Catalog Id: 1960.9.82
Call Number: EPH-D/940.3/Poster/1917/No. 35
Creation Date: 1917
Description: 1 poster; col. ill.; 107 cm.; Rawes, p. 22; Ill. of woman with raised sword, in the manner of Statue of Liberty, dressed in cape with American eagle insignia

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Title: "A Pledge Loyalty"
Catalog Id: 1959.91.257
Creator: Ralph H. Chaplin
Creation Date: 1940-1970
Description: Printing block, gray metal mounted on a wood block with small nails. Purple ink residue on surface of block. Design is an eagle with raised wings. Below it are the words "A pledge loyalty".

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Title: "Dude of the Village"
Catalog Id: 2011.123.1
Call Number: EPH/970.1/Am35g/1910
Creation Date: 1910
Description: "Dude of the Village" Advertising card (8x6 cm.) for Hassan cork tip cigarettes, featuring chromolithograph of stereotypical Indian brave holding eagle feather wing, in front of tepees. Ephemera. Dated 1910.

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Title: "Eagle"
Catalog Id: 1969.28.1
Creator: C. P. Zaner
Creation Date: 1891
Description: Depicts an eagle.

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Title: "Our Emblems of Liberty"
Catalog Id: 2006.158.33
Call Number: PC-HOLIDAY-JULY FOURTH
Creator: Julius Bien & Co.
Creation Date: 1908
Description: Color illustrated, embossed postcard (14x9 cm.) featuring Lady Liberty with American flag and shield, and bald eagle clutching arrows. 1908 "Flag" series no. 710. Ephemera.

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Title: "The American Anti-Slavery Almanac for 1843"
Catalog Id: 2013.0.27
Call Number: EPH/326/Ch436a/1843
Creator: Lydia M. Child
Creation Date: 1843
Description: almanac, "The American Anti-Slavery Almanac for 1843," compiled by L. M. Child, published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, Philadelphia, 1843. Anti-slavery poems and text written by Dr. Madden and Thomas Campbell and Elizur Wright are featured on the front and back cover. Front and back cover illustrations include: African American slave mother protecting her child from an attacking American Eagle and African American man bound by rope to a pole displaying the United States flag. The following handwritten notes are inscripted on the front cover: "Walter J. Thompson June 3, 1923".

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Title: (coffee cup)
Catalog Id: 2012.48.162
Creator: United States
Creation Date: 2000-2011
Description: Glass coffee cup made in the United States advertising Gig Harbor, WA, ca. 2000-2011. Cup numbered 83 of 500. Cup is made of dark blue translucent glass with two part construction and flat round base, straight sides, and large C shaped handle. Etched on side to left of handle is an illustration of the piers in Gig Harbor, a killer whale, and the head of a bald eagle. Etched above: Gig Harbor. Etched beneath: Washington.

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Title: [ Chief Saluskin, Yakama, Yakima County]
Catalog Id: 1943.42.33440
Call Number: 1943.42.33440
Creator: Asahel Curtis
Creation Date: Oct. 13, 1915
Description: Black and white glass plate negative image portrait of Chief Saluskin, a Yakama, posing seated beside a wooden building with mats on the ground and behind him, on the Yakima Indian Reservation, Yakima County, Oct. 13, 1915. He wears shell earrings, a beaded necklace, breech cloth, leggings, and moccasins. He wears a bandolier over one shoulder, with a cluster of ermine skins on the front, and a porcupine quill rosette on the shoulder. An eagle feather fan is tucked into his belt. The skin on his hands appears mottled.

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Title: ["Northport Redmen, July 4, 1904"]
Catalog Id: 2019.2.52
Call Number: 2019.2.52
Creator: Frank Palmer
Creation Date: Jul. 4, 1904
Description: Black and white photograph taken July 4, 1904 at an unknown location in Eastern Washington. Image shows men from a fraternal organization posing in front of a parade float. Most of the men are wearing dark suits and hats. A group of three men on the far right are dressed in costume. The second man from the right holds a goat. The goat wears a large sign which reads "The Royal Bumper". The sixth man standing on the left holds a large American flag. The float behind the men is decorated with streamers and bunting. Two posters on the float portray eagles with one reading "Equality" and the other "Justice", An eagle sits on a perch to the left of the float. Writing on obverse identifies the group as "Northport Redmen, July 4, 1904." However, the iconography of the posters/banners on the backdrop or the costumes several men are wearing do not appear to be those of the Improved Order of Red Men (I.O.R.M.). Frank Palmer, photographer.

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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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