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    Collection Item 62414
    Catalog ID: 2006.116.169
    Call Number: 2006.116.169
    Distant view of the scattered buildings on Lincoln, WA, from across the Columbia River.
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    Harrington - Wash
    Creation Date: ca. 1960
    Catalog ID: 1990.82.3.5796
    Black and white aerial image of a street scene in Harrington, Lincoln County, WA. The photo shows a wide tree lined street with a two story brick or stone building in the right foreground. Other store buildings are in the distance.
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    [Grand Social Brass Band, Odessa, Washington]
    Creation Date: ca. 1901-02
    Catalog ID: 2010.0.81
    Call Number: 2020.0.81
    Black and white photographic image of of the 11 members, including one boy, of the Grand Social Brass Band of Odessa, Lincoln County, WA, ca. 1901-02, posing on a dirt street. Among the instruments they hold are trombones, clarinet, bass drum, snare drum, and a cymbal. The name of the band is on the side of the bass drum. Scattered horse drawn wagons and frame buildings are in the background. Names are written vertically in pencil next to the men, but they are almost illegible except for John Luiten; ____ Weber; ____Kelley; ____Barto.
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    Lamona, WA
    Creation Date: Sep. 16, 2006
    Catalog ID: 2006.146.23
    (grain elevators) Lamona, WA. Part of WPA guidebook project.
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    Old Fort Spokane
    Creation Date: ca. 1909
    Catalog ID: 2007.175.4
    Call Number: 2007.175.4
    Black and white image of Fort Spokane, Lincoln County. WA. The photo, taken from a hillside, shows a group of two story buildings, probably barracks and residences. After the post was shut down in 1898, it was turned over to the Colville Indian Agency. After the construction of the Grand Coulee Dam flooded the area below Fort Spokane, this site became part of the Park Service’s Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area.
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    [William M. Chandler]
    Creation Date: ca. 1890
    Catalog ID: C2017.0.200.7
    Photographic portrait, head and shoulders, of a young man identified as William M. Chandler, Assistant Chief Clerk for the first Washington State Legislature. His hair is parted on the side and he has a mustache. He is wearing a suit with wide lapels, white shirt and tie. Part of a series of photographs of the first State Legislature.
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    Souvenir, Union School
    Creation Date: 1904
    Catalog ID: 1990.13.33
    Call Number: EPH/979.735/Un3s/1904
    Souvenir booklet (13.5x8 cm.) of Union School, district no. 103, Sprague, WA. Item consists of two cardboard leaves tied with blue ribbon. Front leaf includes attached photograph of R.E. Hanson, teacher, and lists three directors. Second leaf lists names of 18 pupils. Dated 1904.
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    $50.00 reward: wanted for murder, Willian H. Penix
    Creation Date: 1900
    Catalog ID: 1997.51.1
    Call Number: EPH/979.735/F44f/1900
    "Wanted for Murder/William H. Penix/who on the 7th day of November 1900 shot and killed David Speegle at Wilbur,/in this county." Signed J. J. Inkster, Sheriff of Lincoln County, Wash. Includes photo & description of Penix
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    South Side, Almira, Wash.
    Creation Date: 1910
    Catalog ID: 2014.150.7
    Call Number: 2014.150.7
    Black and white, fairly close photographic image of buildings on the south side of Almira, Lincoln County, WA, 1910. A dirt road curves in lower left foreground in front of a house near image left edge. A fenced yard and small sheds extend behind the house into image center. More small buildings, possibly including houses, are scattered behind. Buildings are clustered more closely together across image center background. Personal message and canceled stamp on reverse. Edward Nolan collection.
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    Wilbur, Wash.
    Creation Date: ca. 1960
    Catalog ID: 1990.82.58
    Call Number: 1990.82.58
    Black and white, fairly close safety film negative image, looking east down a commercial street in Wilbur, Lincoln County, WA, ca. 1960, taken from the middle of the street. Automobiles are parked on the street. Business signs in image left include: Jergensen Motors, Jeep; Chevron gas station. Gas station at image right edge with sign; Phillips 66.