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    Picturing the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition : the photographs of Frank H. Nowell
    Creation Date: 2009
    Catalog ID: 2009.115.9
    Call Number: OVERSIZE979.7718/B639p/2009
    128 page illustrated collection (28x22 cm.) of photographs taken by Frank H. Nowell, official photographer of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition ; by Nicolette Bromberg; with the A-Y-P Rephotographic Project by John Stamets. Includes bibliographical references (p. 126-128), then-and-now photographs of the Exposition grounds (UW campus). and photographs of Alaska. Published in 2009.
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    The power of promises : rethinking Indian treaties in the Pacific Northwest
    Creation Date: 2008
    Catalog ID: 2010.1.21
    Call Number: 323/H228p/2008
    358-page book, with maps and indexes, edited by Alexandra Harmon, 2008. Essays by scholars from many disciplines, discussing Indian treaties' legacies in the Pacific Northwest.
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    Earlington, the industrial suburb of Seattle
    Creation Date: 1908
    Catalog ID: 2010.113.1
    Call Number: EPH/979.77721/J71ea/1908
    12-page illustrated pamphlet (26x20 cm.) describing planned community of Earlington (part of present-day Renton, WA). Includes 2-page bird's eye view of area, and plat of area attached to inside back cover. Cover is blue-gray with gold type.
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    Edward W. Allen : attorney of the Pacific Northwest, Biography Edward W. Allen 5/12/84 - 3/15/86
    Creation Date: 1990?
    Catalog ID: 2011.43.8
    Call Number: PAM/923.43/F446al/1990
    Illustrated biography of Pacific Northwest attorney Edward Weber Allen; in pamphlet form (28x22 cm.), consisting of 56 leaves; by Robert E. Ficken. Cover title: Biography Edward W. Allen 5/12/84 to 3/15/86.
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    Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Dec. 29, 1897
    Creation Date: Dec. 29, 1897
    Catalog ID: 1995.0.15
    Call Number: Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Dec. 29, 1897
    Articles and advertisements relating to Klondike gold rush, outfitters, etc. As well as national and international news.
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    Seattle Everett Suburban Map: District Lying Between Seattle and Everett
    Creation Date: 1927
    Catalog ID: 1999.0.6
    Call Number: MAPC/WW/PS/1927
    The front of the map depicts the area (King and Snohomish Counties) between the Seattle and Everett city limits, in 1927. The land owned by the Puget Mill Company is prominently marked in green. PMC real estate offices are indicated in red. Railroads, lumber companies, roads, townships, and donation land claims are indicated. The major roads and railroads are marked in red. The back of the map includes various "Views of Puget Mill Company". Descriptions and photographs of various real estate development areas owned by PMC are shown. The areas described include: Alderwood Manor, Avondale, Fairmount, Shelby, Bothell, Martha Lake, Lakewood Villa, Edmonds, Sheridan Beach, Cedar Park and Inglewood Park.
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    State of Washington
    Creation Date: 1930
    Catalog ID: 2000.0.8
    Call Number: MAPC/WA/1930
    Colorful map of Washington State, showing county boundaries, roads, lakes, rivers, towns, railroads, and Indian reservations. The map is undated, date range is 1927-1935. A town index is located on the back of the map.
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    "Fighting fish of the Puget Sound country : see the displays at our famous trout pool"
    Creation Date: 1940
    Catalog ID: 2011.122.1
    Call Number: EPH-B/799.1/B43f/1940
    Single sheet advertisemen, titled:"Fighting fish of the Puget Sound country : see the displays at our famous trout pool" advertisement for downtown Seattle's Ben Paris Sportsmen's Head Camp. Includes maps and color illustrations of trout and salmon species. Ephemera. 23x41 cm. unfolded, dated 1940.
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    Puget Sound to Japan, China & Manila
    Creation Date: 1900-1940
    Catalog ID: 2012.35.2
    Call Number: EPH-B/385.551/B657/1900
    Single sheet (22.5x39.5 cm. unfolded) advertising travel to the Orient via Boston Steamship Company's ships, "Shawmut" (shown) and "Fremont." Color illustration features Japanese woman in kimono with steamship in background. Includes map of routes and distance chart. Ephemera.EPH-B
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    "He can't ignore the war. Can you? : bring all the GI's home now!"
    Creation Date: 1970
    Catalog ID: 2009.89.781
    Call Number: EPH/322.42/St94h/1970
    political Handbill, "He can't ignore the war. Can you? : bring all the GI's home now!, " announcing Seattle march and anti-war rally protesting the Vietnam War on April 18, 1970. Illustration depicts wounded soldier in battlefield. Dated 1970 and published by the Student Mobilization Committee to end the War in Vietnam, Seattle, Washington. Ephemera.