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    Wenatchee (apple capital of the world)
    Creation Date: 1930
    Catalog ID: 2009.29.1
    Call Number: EPH/979.759/W48w/1930
    [7] page illustrated booklet (22.5x19.5 cm.) describing Wenatchee, Wenatchee Valley, and its agricultural products, esp. apples. Cover illustration features woman holding apple, behind two boxes of apples. Includes apple recipes on back cover. Ephemera.
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    Pioneer dreams : histories of Washington territorial pioneers
    Creation Date: 2004
    Catalog ID: 2008.1.7
    Call Number: OVERSIZE/979.7/Sp25p/2004
    393 p. illustrated book (28 cm.), with maps, featuring frontier and pioneer life in Washington Territory. Includes anecdotes, biography, and genealogy. Compiled by L. Darlene Spargo and Judy Artley Sandbloom, 2004.
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    Nile Orchard tracts in the world famous Wenatchee Valley
    Creation Date: 1932
    Catalog ID: S1992.27.313
    Call Number: EPH/979.759/N59/1932
    Illustrated promotional brochure (16x23 cm. unfolded) describing orchard tracts for sale near Wenatchee, in Douglas County, WA, 1932. Includes map of tracts. Dark blue print on white. Ephemera.
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    Everything for the planter!
    Creation Date: 1935
    Catalog ID: 2009.94.1
    Call Number: EPH/979.7591/C723ev/1935
    28 page illustrated nursery catalog (23.5x10 cm.) of fruit trees, shade trees, shrubs, vines and roses. Color illustrated tan cover features apple labels, house, trees and vines, with mountains in background. Distributed by the Columbia & Okanogan Nursery Company, 1935. Ephemera
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    Wenatchee District, Red Seal Brand
    Creation Date: 1940
    Catalog ID: 2017.88.17
    Call Number: EPH/634.11/B751w/1940
    One label (col. ill., 22 x 26.5 cm.) for Wenatchee District Red Seal brand apples distributed by Brennen Fruit & Produce in Wenatchee, WA. Label illustrated with a drawing of a large, red prize ribbon with two red delicious apples in the center. Red ribbon and apples against a green background with a gold-colored border.
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    Cascadian Washington pears
    Creation Date: 1940
    Catalog ID: S1992.26.7
    Call Number: EPH/634.13/C266c/1940
    Color illustrated packing label (18.5x26.5 cm.) for Cascadian Washington pears, Cascadian Fruit Shippers, Inc., Wenatchee, WA, 1940. Illustration features large pear, with snow-covered trees and mountains in background. Ephemera
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    Wanted for rape : Clyde V. Wellman
    Creation Date: 1916
    Catalog ID: 2010.49.1
    Call Number: EPH/979.7591/K423w/1916
    "Wanted" poster (24x19 cm.) with photograph and description of Clyde V. Wellman. Warrant held by Chas Kenyon, Sheriff, Wenatchee, WA. Dated 1916.
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    Luxor pears
    Creation Date: 1945
    Catalog ID: S1992.26.1.1
    Call Number: EPH/634.13/F943L/1945
    Fruit crate label (18.5x25.5 cm.) for Luxor pears, packed and shipped by Fruit Growers Service Co., Wenatchee, WA, 1945. In red, blue, white, green and yellow.
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    Okanogan, the Land of Opportunity
    Creation Date: 1909
    Catalog ID: 2019.25.1.3
    Call Number: EPH/979.728/C723o/1909
    One booklet (unp., ill, photos, tables, 17 x 12 cm.) promoting the Okanogan area as a land of great opportunity for settlers. It describes the potential opportunities in fruit and livestock raising, wheat farming, and mining and how the Columbia & Okanogan steamboats provide access to the area. Also mentions the recreational opportunites of Lake Chelan; centerfold photograph of fishermen at Dumphy Falls. Includes a schedule of the sailings between Wenatchee and Brewster. There are black and white photographs of sternwheeler steamboats sailing on rivers on both covers. Distributed at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in Seattle, 1909. Published by the Columbia & Okanogan Steamboat Company.
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    Redman Wenatchee District Apples
    Creation Date: 1943
    Catalog ID: 2017.88.14
    Call Number: EPH/634.11/D416r/1943
    One label (22 x 26 cm.) for Redman brand Wenatchee District apples, distributed by H.S. Denison & Co., Wenatchee, WA, 1943. The dark blue framed label is illustrated with a portrait of a North American Indian man with a feather in his hair and a tooth necklace against background illustrations of North American Indians hunting and riding horses, buffalo, and teepees. In the left corner of the label are drawings of yellow and red delicious apples with stems and leaves. Ephemera