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    "Tracklaying machine on tracklaying from Sound to Deception Creek, Aug. -Dec. 92, No. 10 A.B.W."
    Creation Date: 1892
    Catalog ID: 2013.0.184.4
    Call Number: GN CO/4
    black and white photographic copy print and copy negative, showing the "Tracklaying machine on tracklaying from Sound to Deception Creek, Aug. - Dec. 92, No. 10 A.B.W." Great Northern Railway, west side of Stevens Pass, Washington, Anders B. Wilse, photographer, Aug. - Dec. 1892. Close up view of railroad tracklaying machine, in snow covered terrain. One worker is visible standing next to the track.
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    Ski Course, Stevens Pass, Wn.
    Creation Date: ca. 1935
    Catalog ID: 2003.3.18
    Call Number: 2003.3.18
    View of a ski course at Stevens Pass in Washington State taken from the base of the course. At right is a portion of a building with skis vertical in the snow in front of the building. The upper torsos of a few skiers are above lower edge photo. Tiny figures are skiing down the course.
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    Supt. O'Neil Amidst the Wreckage, Wellington Wreck, Wellington, WA
    Creation Date: Mar. 10, 1910
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.17469
    Call Number: 1943.42.17469
    Black and white close glass plate negative image of Great Northern Railway Supt. James H. O'Neil amidst the snow covered wreckage of a train after the avalanche on Windy Mountain near Stevens Pass in the Cascade Mountain Range, near Wellington King County, WA, March 10, 1910. The Wellington Avalanche occurred on March 1, 1910, killing 96 people. Asahel Curtis
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    Town of Wellington, WA, Wellington Wreck
    Creation Date: Mar. 10, 1910
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.17479
    Call Number: 1943.42.17479
    Black and white glass plate negative image of some Wellington, King County, WA partially snow covered buildings, and deep snow surrounding them. Partially visible signs on building at image left edge: ___Bro's; ____Beer. A man stands in the snow beside the building, and a partially logged slope is in the background. Two Great Northern Railway trains were destroyed in an avalanche on Windy Mountain near Stevens Pass in the Cascade Mountain Range near Wellington on March 1, 1910, killing 96 people. Asahel Curtis
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    Stevens Pass highway across Washington State
    Creation Date: [ca. 1955]
    Catalog ID: 1997.86.54
    Call Number: EPH-C/979.7067/St47st/1955
    1 sheet, folded; ill., map; Briefly describes accomodations and services along state highway no. 2
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    [Entering the pass]
    Creation Date: Feb. 3, 1953
    Catalog ID: C1986.43.53.2.3.1
    Twelve aerial Photographic negatives showing a mountain pass, relating to an airplane crash investigation
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    Ski Stevens Pass
    Creation Date: 1986
    Catalog ID: 1997.1.279
    Call Number: EPH-B/796.93/St47sk/1986
    1 poster; col. ill.; 38 cm. Poster showing time lapse photograph of night skiing and fireworks at Stevens Pass
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    Removing Bodies in the Debris 700 ft. Below Track, Wellington Wreck, Wellington, WA
    Creation Date: Mar. 10, 1910
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.17459
    Call Number: 1943.42.17459
    Black and white glass plate negative image of men working to remove bodies from the snow covered debris 700 feet below the track on March 10, 1910,where a Great Northern Railway passenger train local no. 25 and the fast mail train no. 27 were swept by an avalanche killing 96 people on March 1, 1910, on Windy Mountain near Stevens Pass in the Cascade Mountain Range, near Wellington, King County, WA. Asahel Curtis
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    Remains of the Rotary Snowplow, Wellington Wreck, Wellington, WA
    Creation Date: Mar. 10, 1910
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.17467
    Call Number: 1943.42.17467
    Black and white glass plate negative image of the remains of the rotary snowplow on one of the Great Northern Railway trains, and other snow covered debris, that was destroyed in the avalanche on Windy Mountain near Stevens Pass in the Cascade Mountain Range near Wellington, King County, WA, March 10, 1910. The Wellington Avalanche occurred on March 1, 1910, killing 96 people. Asahel Curtis
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    Remains of Cabin Where Four Laborers Were Killed in the Wellington Wreck
    Creation Date: Mar. 10, 1910
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.17471
    Call Number: 1943.42.17471
    Black and white glass plate negative image, taken March 10, 1910, of the smashed wooden remains of a cabin where 4 laborers were killed in an avalanche, which also destroyed 2 Great Northern Railway trains, on Windy Mountain near Stevens Pass in the Cascade Mountain Range near Wellington, King County, WA. The avalanche on March 1, 1910 killed 96 people. Asahel Curtis