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    [Pitching machine, Seattle Brewing and Malting Co.]
    Creation Date: Aug. 12, 1914
    Catalog ID: 1999.63.2.71
    Call Number: 1999.63.2.71
    Photographic print, A worker places a barrel over the pitching machine at the Seattle Brewing and Malting Co., Seattle, Washington. Asahel Curtis negative number 30910.
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    Lake Keechelus Inn
    Creation Date: ca.1920
    Catalog ID: 2008.63.1
    Black and white image, c. 1920, of the dining room of Lake Keechelus Inn, Keechelus, Kittitas County, WA. Seven round tables are shown with table cloths, formal place settings and open-backed bentwood chairs. There is a stone fireplace at the far end of the room with several wicker rocking chairs in front of it High windows surround the room.
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    [Loading beets into a horse-drawn farm wagon]
    Creation Date: 1928
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.54542
    Call Number: 1943.42.54542
    Agricultural workers load sugar beets into a farm wagon pulled by two horses near Bellingham. The beets are headed to the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. for processing.
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    [Democratic convention in Spokane]
    Creation Date: Apr. 12, 1928
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.52278
    Call Number: 1943.42.47139
    Western Washington Democratic Party leaders on the rear platform of a Milwaukee Road observation car on the way to the state Democratic convention in Spokane.
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    Boathouse, Kachess Lodge Co. [Lake Kachess]
    Creation Date: Jul. 24, 1914
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.30856
    Call Number: 1943.42.30856
    Black and white, close glass plate negative image of a boathouse under construction by the Kachess Lodge Co., on Lake Kachess, Kittitas County, which is in the lower foreground, July 24, 1914. Two women and 2 men are sitting in one of a few rowboats by the boathouse. A wagon filled with objects, including probably a wheelbarrow, is next to the boathouse near image left edge. A building, probably Kachess Lodge, is partially visible behind the boathouse, on a slope above the water. Tree stumps and a few logs are visible on the slope. Steps lead from the top of the slope to the water in image right. Trees are in the background.
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    [White River Entrance to Mount Rainier National Park]
    Creation Date: Jul. 20, 1919
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38296
    Call Number: Curtis 38294 Album 117 p. 60
    photographic print in album, view of the the McClellan Pass Highway and White River Entrance to Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington, Asahel Curtis, photographer, July 20, 1919. A National Park Service employee stands next to the ranger station at the White River entrance. A large log beam arch and Mt. Rainier National Park sign indicate the entrance to the park. Smaller regulatory signs read: "cats, dogs and firearms not allowed in park" and "stop and register". The McClellan Pass Highway was absorbed into the present Chinook Pass Highway 410. The highway was also known as the Naches Pass Highway. One of series of photographs documenting the road conditions in and near Mount Rainier National Park taken by Curtis on July 20, 1919.
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    [F. C. Weaver U.S. Mail Carrier]
    Creation Date: ca. 1924
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.47472
    Call Number: Curtis 47472 Album 60 p.96
    photographic print in album, United States postal mail carrier identified as F. C. Weaver is shown on horseback in a forested area of the Olympic Peninsula in Jefferson County, Queets Valley region, Asahel Curtis, photographer, ca. 1924. Weaver leads a pack train of 3 horses carrying mail bags. Another man on horseback follows in the rear. Photographer's note provides the following delivery cost information: "42 mile one trip per week, 100 lbs of mail, express to Clearwater 10 cents per lb, express to Queets 12.5 cents per lb."
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    [Cranberry Harvesting at Grayland, Grays Harbor]
    Creation Date: 1931
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.58969
    Call Number: Curtis 58969; album 123 p. 5
    nitrate negative and photographic print in album, two women and six men are shown picking and packing cranberries into crates, at Grayland, Grays Harbor County, Washington, Asahel Curtis, photographer, 1931. The eight agricultural workers are sitting or kneeling outdoors in a cranberry field (or bog). One woman may may be of Japanese American heritage. A house and abandoned (or previously harvested) field are visible in the background. The bog is marked out in rows for the pickers. A board walkway has been laid across the bog.
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    School District #1, Japanese folk dance done by children
    Creation Date: apr. 22, 1914
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.28793
    Call Number: 1943.42.28793
    glass plate negative and photographic print, a group of Japanese children (young girls) pose wearing kimonos and carrying paper umbrellas, School District #1, Seattle, Washington, photographer's note states: "Japanese folk dance done by children," Asahel Curtis, photographer, April 22, 1914. They are standing outside a building (school?).
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    [A. L. Brown Farm Box Factory]
    Creation Date: Sep. 3, 1913
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.28138
    Call Number: Curtis 28138
    glass plate negative and photographic print, interior view of the A. L. Brown Farm box assembly work room, Sherlock, Thurston County, Washington. A farm worker is shown constructing a wooden fruit or vegetable storage box or crate. The farm worker stands at a long work table and holds a hammer. Tall stacks of flattened boxes waiting to be assembled are visible. Asahel Curtis, photographer, September 3, 1913. One of a large series of photographs related to the A. L. Brown Farm.