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    [Helen Bradshaw]
    Creation Date: ca. 1884
    Catalog ID: C1950.10.2.25
    Photographic portrait, full length, of a toddler, identified as Helen Bradshaw, of Port Townsend, W.T., Jefferson County, niece of of Louisa Holmes Frost of Olympia, W.T., Thurston County. She is in a studio setting seated in a chair. She has dark curly short hair. She is wearing a knee-length dress with smocking at bib and a lace collar. Her right arm is leaning on the arm of the chair and her left arm is in her lap.
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    Mt. Olympus
    Creation Date: 1930-1950
    Catalog ID: C1979.31.3
    Photographic postcard of a mountain scene identified as Mount Olympus, Jefferson County. In the foreground is a wooded scene with evergreen trees and flowered field. In the background is the mountain, which is covered in snow to about half its height.
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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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    Olympic Peninsula - Queets Road
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.47471
    Call Number: 1943.42.47471
    View looking down a narrow dirt road on the south bank of the Queets River, 2 miles south of Kelly's Ranch, in the Olympic Peninsula. The base of a large Sitka spruce is in photo right.
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    [Douglas C. Conover]
    Creation Date: ca.1890
    Catalog ID: C1964.1.17
    Call Number: C1964.1.17
    Photographic portrait of a young man with short fair hair, identified as Representative Douglas C. Conover, of Port Townsend, WA, Jefferson County. He wears a gray suit with a dark silk tie with white "V" pattern and a high collared white shirt.
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    W.C. Read with Mail Sack, Evergreen and Clearwater, WA Area
    Creation Date: ca. 1899
    Catalog ID: 2007.26.4
    Call Number: 2007.26.4
    Black and white close glass plate negative image of W.C. Read posing with his mail sack propped on a log in Jefferson County, WA, ca. 1899. He carried the mail between Evergreen, WA, and Clearwater, WA in the Clearwater River area, for 4 years. He wears a gun in a holster at his waist.
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    Ruby Beach
    Creation Date: Aug. 20, 2011
    Catalog ID: 2011.
    Digital photograph showing Ruby Beach and several sea stacks, seen from the top of the bluff. The beach is located in Jefferson County, WA, and borders Olympic National Park. A lone figure can be seen standing on the beach in the distance. One of a several photographs from the series Views of Washington, 2011.
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    Puget Sound Country, Washington
    Creation Date: 1970
    Catalog ID: MAPC/WW/PS/1970
    Call Number: MAPC/WW/PS/1970
    Included on this map are markings for kinds of roads, boundaries, Indian reservations, public camp grounds, shelter cabins, look out stations, ranger stations, state parks, elevation, airports and airfields, and numbered highways. The reverse side has indexes to Cities, Towns and Places, Hydrographic Features, and to Lakes.
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    Washington's coast
    Creation Date: 1987
    Catalog ID: 2004.50.123
    Call Number: PAM/979.79/St32w/1987
    96 p.; ill., photos, maps, charts; Includes a glossary of place names on the Washington coast.
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    [Maggie Donaldson (upper left) at an "outside picnic" on the Queets]
    Creation Date: ca. 1900
    Catalog ID: 2007.26.24
    Call Number: 2007.26.24
    Glass plate negative image of a group of people sitting outside around a large table. The photograph was taken at an unidentifed location on the Queets River about 1900. A rocking chair is visible on the right side of the image and several chairs on the left. A bench has been made by placing a plank of wood between the rocking chair and one of the other chairs. Two men, a young girl and a woman sit on the bench with their backs to the viewer. A metal coffee pot has also been placed on the bench. Men in dark jackets sit on the left side of the table and women are seated on the right. A woman, identified as Maggie Donaldson, is sitting on the upper left.