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    Chief Sitwell's Residence, Puyallup Indian Reservation
    Creation Date: 1893-1895
    Catalog ID: 1923.5.16
    Call Number: IND PUY 5.03.003
    Photographic print, Chief Sitwell's Residence, Puyallup Indian Reservation, Pierce County, WA. View of house is shown from across the Puyallup River, Thomas H. Rutter, photographer, image no. 177, 1893-1895.
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    Tacoma Cheney Stadium 1975 Pacific Coast League Official Program
    Creation Date: 1975
    Catalog ID: 2003.1.137
    Call Number: EPH-A/979./778131/T119t/1975
    34 p.; ill., photos, charts; 28 cm.; Full page advertisement for ''Satiacum Smoke Shop,'' in Puyallup, on p. 22
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    Frank Terry, appellant vs. George Bird, appellee: brief of appellant
    Creation Date: 1903
    Catalog ID: 1996.120.67
    Call Number: EPH/979./77831/Un3f/1903
    30 p.; 24 cm.; ''Upon Appeal from the United States Circuit / Court for the District of Washington, / Western Division''
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    George Bird, appellant vs. Henry Winyer, Sallie Winyer, and Frank Winyer, respondents: reply brief of appellant
    Creation Date: 1901
    Catalog ID: 1996.120.69
    Call Number: EPH/979./77831/Su76g/1901
    20 p.; 22 cm.; ''Appeal from Superior Court, Pierce County''
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    Group of Indian Hop Pickers, W.T.
    Creation Date: 1883-1889
    Catalog ID: 2010.0.321
    Call Number: IND POR 1.04.044
    Black and white, 1883-89, image of several Puyallup men, women, and children, sitting and standing, posing for the photographer, in a Puyallup Valley, Pierce County, W.T. hop field by a full hop box. A woman wears a Puyallup hat, and a man wears a hat decorated with hops. Two men hold gathering baskets. Hops on poles are in the background. C.E. & Hattie King, photographers
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    Pow Wow of Puyallup Indians
    Creation Date: Feb. 9, 1891
    Catalog ID: 1923.5.7
    Call Number: IND/PUY/1.04.006
    Photographic print, large group of men and three dogs stand outside a large wooden house, Puyallup Indian Reservation, Pierce County, WA., Thomas H. Rutter, photographer, image no.464, Feb. 9, 1891. Several women and children are visible in the background, standing in the doorway of the house. Fragmented note on back of print describes the construction of the large building (house).
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    Jerry Meeker barbequing fillets of salmon
    Creation Date: Jul. 9, 1945
    Catalog ID: BOWEN/07-204A
    Call Number: BOWEN/07-204A
    photographic print, Jerry Meeker (Puyallup Indian) barbequing fillets of salmon, Chapin Bowen, photographer, July 9, 1945.
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    [building at Cushman Indian School]
    Catalog ID: 2010.0.316
    Call Number: IND STR 5.06.008
    Black and white undated copy print of a one story building under construction at the Cushman Indian School, Puyallup Indian Reservation, Pierce County, WA. A Puyallup working on the building is almost completely hidden from view.
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    [children at Cushman Indian School]
    Catalog ID: 2010.0.313
    Call Number: IND POR 1.04.022
    Black and white undated copy print showing a close image of 4 girls and 1 boy, possibly Puyallup, posing, standing in front of a building made of logs at the Cushman Indian School, Puyallup Indian Reservation, Pierce County, WA.
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    "Gambling break in Puyallup hop fields"
    Creation Date: 1880-1910
    Catalog ID: 1995.0.45
    Call Number: IND/CUL/3.05.001
    Photographic print, "Gambling break in Puyallup hop fields" Hop-pickers camp along edge of hop field. Camp has tent-like shelters and the ground between them is covered with planks. Along the lower, right edge of the photograph is a row of men beating on what appear to be pots and pot lids. Only the first man in the facing row of drummers/gamblers is visible. There is also a fairly large crowd of bystanders, mostly women and children.