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    Second Annual Salmon Day, March 13th, 1914
    Creation Date: Mar. 13, 1914
    Catalog ID: EPH/641.692/SA35/1914
    Call Number: EPH/641.692/Sa35/1914
    Program containing menu and officials at the National Salmon Day Banquet held at the New Washington Hotel. On the back cover are salmon recipes. Program is in the shape of a can of salmon.
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    Traveler in a vanished landscape: the life and times of David Douglas
    Creation Date: 1973
    Catalog ID: 1996.120.18
    Call Number: 581/M849t/1973
    244 p.; illus.; 24 cm.; Bibliography: p. 223-231
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    Across the continent
    Creation Date: 1911
    Catalog ID: 2012.0.20
    Call Number: EPH/385.066/Ke34a/1911
    62 page color illustrated booklet (29x21 cm.) written by Isabelle Carpenter Kendall for the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway. Item describes attractive areas for settlement along the Railway's route, esp. from Montana to Puget Sound. Ephemera. Published in 1911.
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    The great Northwest : a guide-book and itinerary for the use of tourists and travellers...
    Creation Date: 1883
    Catalog ID: 2013.0.121
    Call Number: 385.061/W731g/1883
    276 page illustrated guidebook (19x13 cm.) by Henry J. Winser, for travellers on the Northern Pacific Railroad, the Oregon Railway and Navigation Company railroad, and the Oregon and California Railroad. Includes maps, illustrations, plates, and frontispiece. Published in 1883.
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    The photomobile tourist : Oregon, Washington, Idaho
    Creation Date: 1919
    Catalog ID: 2013.0.120
    Call Number: 979.7/P566or/1919
    416 page illustrated guidebook (24x16 cm.) for automobile travel in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. Includes maps, index, and advertisements. "The marginal pictures are faithful reproductions of actual photographs taken from an automobile, and represent in minute detail mile after mile of the road." Washington, pp. 218-369. Published in 1919.
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    Fire lookouts of the Northwest
    Creation Date: 1998
    Catalog ID: 2013.1.11
    Call Number: 363.379/K884f/1998
    412 page illustrated book (26x17.5 cm.) by Ray Kresek. 3rd edition. Updates the history and status of fire lookouts in four Northwest states. Includes maps (some color), bibliographical references (p. 407-409) and index. Color illustrated wraps. Published in 1998.
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    Culinary history of a Pacific Northwest town : Bellevue, Washington
    Creation Date: 2007
    Catalog ID: 2013.1.12
    Call Number: 641.5/K729c/2007
    148 page illustrated book (24x16.5 cm.) by Suzanne Knauss celebrating Bellevue's established and emerging culinary choices; an historical review of food grown and eaten in the Bellevue, WA area. Includes bibliographical references, appendixes and index. Published in 2007.
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    Fall colonist fares, Northwest 1911
    Creation Date: 1911
    Catalog ID: 2013.95.1
    Call Number: EPH-A/385.063/F19g/1911
    15 page illustrated brochure (23x20.5 cm. unfolded) produced by Great Northern Railway in 1911, intended for potential settlers in Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and western Canada. Includes railroad map and tables showing fares. Ephemera.
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    Apex Fish Company, workers loading salmon into machine which cuts it into chunks
    Creation Date: Aug. 16, 1913
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.27680
    Call Number: Curtis 27680 Album 142 p. 17
    photographic print in album and glass plate negative, showing Apex Fish Company cannery workers (3 men) loading salmon into a machine which cuts it into chunks, Anacortes, Skagit County, Washington, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Aug. 16, 1913. Print located in Album 142, page 17, one of a series of photographs related to the Apex Fish Company cannery.
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    "Map of the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company and the Southern Pacific Company (Lines in Oregon)"
    Creation Date: 1898
    Catalog ID: 1996.120.74
    Call Number: MAPC/PN/1898
    Promotional railroad map of the northwestern United States; including: Oregon, Washington and western Idaho, dated 1898. Railroads, steamship lines, towns, county boundaries, Indian reservations, and geographic features are shown. A key is lacking. The map was issued by the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company and the Southern Pacific to encourage immigration and settlement of the northwest. Promotional text at top of map reads: "The Northwest presents the greatest opportunities for settlers of any protion of Uncle Sams domain". Text at bottom of map reads: "For grains, grasses, fruit, live stock and minerals the territory embraced in this map is unequalled."