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    Russ Holmes' Service Station, Prosser, WA
    Creation Date: Feb. 14, 1941
    Catalog ID: 1999.66.1.13
    Call Number: 1999.66.1.13
    Black and white safety film negative image of Russ Holmes' Shell Service Station, Prosser, Benton County, WA, Feb. 14, 1941. A service station attendant cleans the windshield, and another man is bent over the engine of a truck at the gasoline pumps. A man stands beside the rear of an automobile inside the station, under a sign: Shellubrication. Ernie Fisk photographer. Paul Fridlund Collection
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    [Commercial Garage and Surrounding Area after The Denny Regrade, Seattle]
    Creation Date: Sep. 23, 1914
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.31182
    Call Number: 1943.42.31182
    Black and white, slightly elevated, oblique angle image of the newly constructed one story Commercial Garage and Commercial Auto Repair Shop, and surrounding area, after the Denny Regrade was completed in Seattle, King County, WA, Sept. 23, 1914. A newly built house is visible to the right of the garage. The rest of the block is vacant except for 2 hidden houses next to this one. Surrounding streets and sidewalks are newly constructed. Only 2 buildings are visible on the immediate blocks in the background: one with sign: Shell Gasoline and a 3 1/2 building, possibly an apartment house. A pile of dirt is on a block in image right. Buildings are in distant background, including the Calhoun Hotel, and the L.C. Smith Building tower, which is barely visible in left background. Piles of dirt are visible in image lower left foreground, and image was taken from this area.
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    [Chief Lynch & Shell oil]
    Creation Date: 1947-1974
    Catalog ID: C1986.43.0.506
    Photographic negative of firefighters at a fire scene, identified as Shell Oil, possibly in Olympia, WA, Thurston County. One of the firefighters is identified as Olympia Fire Department chief Harry Lynch.
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    Inauguration Day protest parade, Seattle, WA, January 20, 2001
    Creation Date: Jan. 20, 2001
    Catalog ID: 2016.
    Call Number: 2016.
    A man in a suit and striped shirt wears a pig mask and carries a sign reading "Shell" in an inauguration day parade in Seattle, WA, January 20, 2001 Credit: George P. Hickey, photographer
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    [tote bag]
    Creation Date: 2005-2013
    Catalog ID: 2014.38.15
    Cloth tote bag, 2005-2013, advertising Shell Corporation. Made of recyclable materials; made in China. Bag is rectangular, with pair of carrying handles, open top, machine stitched and reinforced seams. Printed in white letters below Shell emblem: Shop for Groceries / Save at Shell /shell.us/grocery
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    Touchet, WA feed store and Post Office
    Creation Date: ca 1910
    Catalog ID: 1994.4.61
    Call Number: 1994.4.61
    Very early days in Touchet showing the feed store and the Post Office.
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    Shell ski guide
    Creation Date: ca. 1949
    Catalog ID: 1996.120.132
    Call Number: EPH/796.93/Sh43sk/1949
    Shell Ski Guide, ca. 1949. 35 p.; ill., map; 23 cm.; Includes index to areas & accommodations; covers States of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, Arizona, & Nevada; Col. illus. wraps. Ephemera
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    [Mrs. Herman Engelland: Shell homemaker award]
    Creation Date: Dec.19, 1961
    Catalog ID: C1986.
    2 Photographic negatives of an older woman with two men presenting her with a certificate. Photograph ran December 24 p. 19 and accompanied an article about Mrs. Herman Engelland of Thurston County receiving an award from Shell Oil for promoting traffic safety.
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    [Fire, Shell Oil Co]
    Creation Date: Jan. 24, 1955
    Catalog ID: C1986.
    24 Photographic negatives of an industrial or commercial operation identified as a fire at the Shell Oil Company, location unknown
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    American Gasoline Co. Plant, Richmond Beach
    Creation Date: Apr. 19, 1914
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.28820
    Call Number: 1943.42.28820
    Black and white glass plate negative taken on April 19, 1914 at the American Gasoline Company plant in Richmond Beach near Shoreline, King County,WA. The image shows several large holding tanks. The writing on some of the tanks reads: Shell Motor Spirit, American Gasoline Co. A boat is visible in the upper left of the image. In the lower left are some tanker cars and some boxcars. The tanker cars have Shell Motor Spirit written on the side. The boxcars are Great Northern. Asahel Curtis