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    Potlach, Wash.
    Creation Date: ca. 1908
    Catalog ID: 2006.116.32
    Call Number: 2006.116.32
    View down a curving dirt road between a few wooden buildings in Potlatch, WA, with a small part of Hood Canal visible in in the background.
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    Olympic Highway & Hood's Canal
    Creation Date: ca. 1915
    Catalog ID: 2017.33.73
    Call Number: 2017.33.73
    Black and white photographic postcard taken on the Olympic Highway (now U.S. Route 101) along Hood Canal probably in Mason County, WA circa 1915. The image shows a dirt road curving around the shoreline between the water and tree covered bluffs. Robin Paterson Collection
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    Potlach, Wash
    Creation Date: ca. 1908
    Catalog ID: 2006.16.32
    Call Number: 2006.116.32
    View down a curving dirt road between wooden buildings at Potlatch, WA. A few burned tree stumps are in the foreground. A small portion of Hood Canal is visible in center background.
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    Along the Rugged Shores of Hoods Canal Olympic Hiway
    Creation Date: ca. 1925
    Catalog ID: C2017.0.56.13
    Photograph with caption and advertisement for the photographer, the Jeffers Studio. The photograph is of a shoreline, identified as the Hood Canal, likely Mason County. At the left is a rocky shore, with a rise in middle ground and a grove of evergreens. Hood Canal is at the right of the image. Advertisement included in an album created for the Hotel Shelton, Shelton, WA, Mason County.
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    Beautiful daylight trip to Union City at the head of Hood Canal
    Creation Date: [1910]
    Catalog ID: 2003.111.2.20
    Call Number: EPH/386.61/G854b/1910
    1 sheet; ill.; 20 cm. George Bayless Collection
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    Union, Wash.
    Creation Date: ca. 1915
    Catalog ID: 2017.33.138
    Call Number: 2017.33.138
    Black and white photographic postcard of the S.S. Whatcom at the ferry dock in Union, Mason County, WA, circa 1915. Side-view of the image of the steamer with several people on board. Additional people stand on the ferry dock. The roof of the building on the left appears to be damaged. A tugboat sits on the shore on the far left. Another small boat is moored in the water in front of the steamer. The Olympic Mountain Range is visible in the distance. The S.S. Whatcom was built as the Majestic in 1901 at Everett, WA by the Everett Shipbuilding Company. She was acquired by Puget Sound Navigation Co. in 1902, rebuilt in 1904 at Whatcom and dismantled in 1938. Robin Paterson Collection.
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    Hood Canal--splendor at risk
    Creation Date: ca. 1991
    Catalog ID: 2004.106.1.13
    Call Number: OVERSIZE/979.797/H761b/1991
    viii, 264 p.; ill.; 28 cm.; Includes bibliographical references (p. 256-258) and index. re. Bangor Naval Submarine Base and Hood Canal.
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    Union City, WN
    Creation Date: 1909
    Catalog ID: 2017.33.106
    Call Number: 2017.33.106
    Black and white photographic postcard taken 1909 in Union City, Mason County, WA. The image shows a large white two story building with a long covered porch. A man stands on the porch. A sign mounted to the roof reads "Hotel Stumer". The hotel is enclosed by a white fence and faces out towards Hood Canal. Between the hotel and shoreline is narrow road. Two men can be seen at varying distances walking away from the hotel along the road. Behind the hotel is a smaller what building with a sign mounted to the front which reads "Bar". Additional unmarked buildings are visible along the road to the left of the hotel. There is a rowboat along the shore to the right of the hotel. The railing of a dock is partially visible in the lower right corner. Robin Paterson Collection
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    [collection of black trade beads]
    Creation Date: late 19th century
    Catalog ID: 1935.56.2
    Collection of 11 glass beads, one bead possibly made of plastic, and one small agate stone, late 19th century-1900? The two black, five gold/amber color, and one white bead are all round. There is one large round dark blue bead and one faceted dark blue bead. In addition there is a red tube bead that appears to be made of plastic. Also, there is a round bead that is mostly gray with a blue spot. One of the gold/amber beads is split in two. The rock is a small white agate. Donation was "a lot of beads taken from a burial lot in Hood's Canal district.
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    Hood Canal, a winding arm of the sea
    Creation Date: [ca. 1935]
    Catalog ID: 2004.2.1.38
    Call Number: EPH-B/979.776/H761h/1935
    1 sheet, folded; ill.; Includes images of scenic and recreational locations near Hood Canal. Promoting tourist visitation. Espy Collection. Ephemera