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    [John Bush]
    Creation Date: ca. 1945
    Catalog ID: C2016.0.92
    Photograph of John Bush, grandson of pioneer George Bush and son of William O. Bush, of Tumwater, WA, Thurston County. He is an elderly man. He is sitting on the porch of a house with clapboard siding and a window visible. He is wearing a jacket, trousers, and checked shirt, and a hat. He has a sparse mustache.
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    [stream, Bush family farm]
    Creation Date: 1895-1915
    Catalog ID: C2016.0.90.3
    Photograph of a stream with a bridge over it, identified as on the Bush family farm, originally settled by George [Washington] and Isabella Bush, pioneers of Thurston County. This is one of 10 photographs affixed to an album page featuring the family and farm of pioneer George and Isabella Bush and their farm.
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    [Henry Sanford Bush]
    Creation Date: Aug. 3, 1911
    Catalog ID: C1949.1301.33.26
    Photograph, seated, of an elderly man identified as Henry Sanford Bush, pioneer son of George Washington Bush, of Tumwater, W.T., Thurston County, dated Aug. 3, 1911. He is wearing a suit jacket and trousers and a striped shirt. He has a hat on. He has a white beard and a pipe in his mouth.
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    Bush Place, Thurston County
    Creation Date: Jun. 1909
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.15062
    Call Number: Curtis 15062
    Black and white glass plate negative, rural scene of a dirt road on the George Washington Bush Place Homestead, Bush Prairie, near Tumwater, Thurston County, WA. A fence and gate are visible in the distance, but trees hide buildings and no people are not present. Asahel Curtis photographer, June 1909. Curtis 1943.42.15061 is a similar view with an automobile and a structure visible.
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    [Hay mow, Bush family farm]
    Creation Date: 1895-1915
    Catalog ID: C2016.0.90.2
    Photograph of a cart piled high with hay, and being towed by a tractor, identified as the Bush family farm, originally settled by George [Washington] and Isabella Bush, pioneers of Thurston County. This is one of 10 photographs affixed to an album page featuring the family and farm of pioneer George and Isabella Bush and their farm.
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    [John Bush with cow]
    Creation Date: 1895-1915
    Catalog ID: C2016.0.90.1
    Photograph of a man holding the head of a cow, identified as John Bush, son of William Owen Bush and grandson of George [Washington] and Isabella Bush, pioneers of Thurston County. They are in a field. A chain extends from the head of the cow. John is wearing farming clothing and a cap. This is one of 10 photographs affixed to an album page featuring the family and farm of pioneer George and Isabella Bush and their farm.
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    [Tree cutting on Bush homestead]
    Creation Date: Sep. 26, 1962
    Catalog ID: C1986.43.62.9.26.4.1
    Photographic negative of a tree topping operation and a man sitting on a log bench. Photographs ran September 27, p. 1 and accompanied an article about the operation, which occurred on the historic homestead of pioneer George [Washington] Bush, Tumwater, WA, Thurston County. w. LeRoy (Red) West was the owner of the property (Mrs. West was a great-granddaughter of Bush). Swante Kyllonen was the veteran tree topper. The tree was 112 feet high and a hazard to airplanes at the nearby Olympia Regional Airport.
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    [Belle Bush Gaston]
    Creation Date: 1885-1910
    Catalog ID: C1950.3.96
    Photograph, shoulder length, of a young woman, identified as Belle Bush Gaston, of Olympia, WA, Thurston County. She is wearing a dark dress with high pleated collar. Her hair is pulled back except for curly bangs. Photograph by Mitchell, 1885-1910.
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    [Bush Prairie monument]
    Creation Date: Sep. 26, 1962
    Catalog ID: C1986.43.62.9.26.4.2
    Photographic negative of Tumwater, WA, Thurston County resident Wally Turner sitting on a log monument commemorating Bush Prairie and its blockhouse. Photograph ran September 27, p. 1
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    [spring scale]
    Creation Date: 1840-1855
    Catalog ID: C1941.7.11
    Small spring scale brought to Washington Territory and used by the George Washington Bush family in Washington Territory, 1840-1855. Made of metal, black in color. Round hanging ring affixed to top of cylinder. Lower end of cylinder has large curved hook.