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    Collection Item 21523
    Creation Date: 1929
    Catalog ID: 1992.47.49
    Call Number: 1992.47.49
    The boy and girl delegates of the Thurston County 4-H club and a few adults are posed outdoors, standing in 4 rows, at Pullman, WA, possibly at the Boys and Girls Clubs of America camp weekend. (See photo 1992.47.48) The names of several those in photo are written on reverse, without location given. Bruce Brackett is at left end of front row, and Mrs. George A. Brackett is at the left end of the next row to the top.
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    [Pine City, Washington]
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 2015.30.56
    Call Number: PHOTO A 2015.30.56
    Black and white, distant photographic image of the scattered buildings of Pine City, Whitman County, WA, ca. 1910. Pine Creek runs horizontally below image center, although only a portion of the creek is visible near image right edge where a bridge crosses the creek. The town buildings are beyond the creek. Turneey & Higgs, General Merchandise, is in the 2 story building to right of center background. A 3 story, a 2 story building, and a partially visible well house are near image left edge. Edward Nolan Collection.
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    Collection Item 30307
    Creation Date: Aug. 22, 1915
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.33092
    Call Number: 1943.42.33092
    A four horse team pulling man and wheat binder at Tekoa in Whitman County, Washington. The grain was pulled toward the cutter bar by the large wheel. The grain was cut and dropped to a platform where it was bundled and stacked to dry in the field.
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    [Wheat Shocks in Field, Rosalia, WA]
    Creation Date: Aug. 1916
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.35308
    Call Number: 1943.42.35308
    Black and white glass plate negative image of 3 harvest workers making shocks from wheat bundles in a Rosalia, Whitman County, WA wheat field, Aug. 1916. Shocks cover the rolling fields in the background.
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    [Commercial Hotal in La Crosse, WA]
    Creation Date: ca.1910
    Catalog ID: 2008.6.82
    Black and white image, c. 1910, of a hotel in La Crosse, Whitman County, WA. The photo shows a two story hotel, identified as the Commercial Hotel, with seven men standing in front. The center of the hotel has a balcony supported by columns.
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    Creation Date: 1885
    Catalog ID: 2010.210.1
    Call Number: EPH/979.739/P186ex/1885
    Small handbill (19x7.5 cm.) published by Palouse Gazette, Colfax, W.T., 1885. It announces the Washington Territorial legislature's passing law to extend time for paying delinquent taxes. Item also announces book available, Marks and Brands of Whitman County, to Palouse Gazette subscribers. Ephemera.
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    Whispers from Whitman County : a collection of stories, essays and poems
    Creation Date: 1995
    Catalog ID: 2012.113.1.2
    Call Number: 979.739/W578k/1995
    159 page book (23x15 cm.) by residents of Whitman County, edited by Steve Kenworthy, 1995. Consists of a collection of stories, essays and poems issued in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Whitman County Rural Library. Includes essay by editor and Whitman County Library Director Kenworthy, on libraries and librarians.
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    St. John, WA post office
    Creation Date: 1910
    Catalog ID: 2000.171.1.6
    Call Number: 2000.171.1.6
    A man photographed standing in front of the wood frame Post Office in St. John, WA. A fence and board sidewalk are in the foreground.
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    [Small boys in open field]
    Creation Date: ca 1909
    Catalog ID: 2000.171.1.4
    Call Number: 2000.171.1.4
    Three young boys wearing dirty, well-worn overalls each hold a calf with a rope harness. They stand in an open field in Western Whitman County.
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    [Tekoa Livery Stable, Tekoa, WA]
    Creation Date: ca. 1908
    Catalog ID: 2013.154.1.1
    Call Number: 2013.154.1.1
    Black and white photographic image of the front of the Tekoa Livery Stable, Rudolph & Watson, Props., Tekoa, Whitman County, WA, ca. 1908. Five men pose holding the bridles of 8 horses in front of the stable, and one man, or possibly a boy, sits astride a horse. Another man sits in an open, horse-team drawn vehicle, facing the photographer. Stable name is on the building. Name on attached building in image right: Daily Stage. A weathervane of a horse is partially visible on top of the 2 storey livery stable.