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    The evergreen playground: Tacoma, Seattle, Everett, Bellingham, Vancouver, Victoria
    Creation Date: 1929
    Catalog ID: 2002.45.1
    Call Number: EPH-A/979.77/P963ev/1929
    31 p.; ill., map; 23 cm.; Includes tourist attractions located from Tacoma, WA, to Vancouver and Victoria, BC
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    [James G. Swan and Johnny Kit Elswa]
    Creation Date: ca. 1885
    Catalog ID: 1923.5.36
    Call Number: 1923.5.36
    Black and white photographic image, a full length studio portrait of James G. Swan and Johnny Kit Elswa, taken in Victoria, BC, ca. 1885. James G. Swan, in image left, sits on a mock wooden fence, holding a canoe paddle. Johnny Kit Elswa, a Haida man, stands in image right holding a canoe paddle and a bow and arrows. A totem pole model stands on mock grass between them.
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    Seattle Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition
    Creation Date: 1909
    Catalog ID: 2011.118.1
    Call Number: EPH-A/979.77718/Ca16se/1909
    [15] page illustrated brochure (23x20.5 cm. unfolded) describing the A-Y-P Exposition and its buildings; also sights along Canadian Pacific Railway's (CPR) route through the Rockies to Victoria, BC, and steamship connections. Color maps of Exposition grounds, central Seattle, Puget Sound to Victoria and Vancouver, and CPR routes from coast to coast. Ephemera. Dated 1909.
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    Guide, seeing Seattle: the DeLape way is the right way
    Creation Date: [ca. 1912]
    Catalog ID: 2002.124.1
    Call Number: EPH-A/979.7771/D374g/1912
    [6] p.; ill.; 23 cm.; Company provides specially built touring cars for viewing sights; Totem pole illustrations on front cover; Automobile tours include: Seattle, Tacoma, Mt. Rainier, Snoqualmie Falls, Victoria and Vancouver, BC
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    Time table, 1900-1: Northern Pacific Railway, Northern FPfacific Steamship Company, the shortest route...to Japan and China...
    Creation Date: 1900
    Catalog ID: 2001.100.110
    Call Number: EPH-B/387.557/N815t/1900
    1 sheet; 32x30.1 cm. Item lists steamships by name and their eastward and westward schedules between Tacoma, WA and Hong Kong, 1900. With stops noted at Victoria, BC, Yokohama and Kobe, Japan, and Shanghai, China. Red and black print on white. Ephemera.
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    Victoria Parliament Buildings
    Creation Date: ca. 1900
    Catalog ID: 2010.185.4514
    Black and white fairly close linen backed image of Victoria, B.C. parliament buildings, viewed from the water of the inner Victoria Harbor, ca. 1900. (GNRHS Collection) Great Northern
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    [trade token for Victoria, BC, ca. 1971]
    Creation Date: ca. 1971
    Catalog ID: 1981.118.3320
    Round, silver-colored coin (1981.118.3320a) commemorating British Columbia, Canada, in its original, rectangular, clear vinyl packaging (1981.118.3320b). One side of coin has image of parliament buildings in Victoria with lettering above and below. Other side has official provincial seal with lettering above and below.
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    [trade token for Victoria, BC]
    Creation Date: 1983
    Catalog ID: 1983.61.19
    Trade token for Victoria, BC, 1983. Round souvenir token made of silver-color metal. Front has embossed image of streetlamp with foliage underneath surrounded by lettering and a ridged ring. Back has image of the ship Thermopylae undersail surrounded by lettering and a ridged ring. Edge of coin has ridges. Token good for $1.00 in trade in Victoria, BC. Inscribed on front: Victoria B.C. City of Gardens Inscribed on back: Victoria B.C. Canada; Value 1 dollar in Victoria-Expires September 30, 1983
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    [Willapa Waterfront View]
    Creation Date: ca. 1920
    Catalog ID: 2013.0.19
    Photographic print, view of the Willapa waterfront dock and Willapa Lumber Company sawmill, Pacific County, Washington, photographer, Liddell Studio, Raymond, Washington, undated ca. 1920. A large amount of cut lumber is stacked on the wharf next to the steamship Hazel Dollar, (Victoria, British Columbia based steamship). Groups of men (workers?) and a bicycle are visible on the wharf. The number "2" and pencil lines (possibly image crop lines) are present on front of the print.
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    Puget Sound auto ferry and steamer schedules
    Creation Date: 1929
    Catalog ID: 1996.120.54
    Call Number: EPH/386.61/B561p/1929
    1 sheet; 22 cm.