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    [Jack Carr Furs]
    Creation Date: Aug. 17, 1906
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.690
    Call Number: Curtis 690
    Black and white glass plate negative image of large piles of fur pelts from Alaska on tables at the Seattle Fur Sales Agency, 2400 First Avenue, Seattle, King County, Washington, Asahel Curtis, photographer, August 17, 1906. Pelts also hang from hooks on the walls above the tables, and are laid on the floor between the tables. Mrs. Jack Carr is pictured in the center of the room. 95% of these furs were brought by Jack Carr and his wife from Alaska. Brown bear, gray wolf, beaver, and fox are seen among the furs on display. Asahel Curtis
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    [souvenir spoon]
    Creation Date: 1970
    Catalog ID: 2003.0.1216
    Souvenir spoon (a) with product box (b). Made by Oneida Ltd. 1970. Metal spoon appears to be silver plated. Small, oval shaped and shallow bowl attached to stem tapered above wide area at bottom and flat, near rectangular handle. Straight across handle tip. Stamped on handle front is name of company below an image of a beaver. Beaver has branch in its mouth and is standing on its haunches. Tree in background; branch on foreground. Rectangular box with removeable lid. Lid covered with turquoise blue flocked paper. Box covered with white paper. Box interior has turquoise blue flocked paper support for spoon. Stamped on front: Hudson's/Bay/Company/1970 [6 and 9 superimposed over each other]
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    [untitled]
    Creation Date: ca. 1957
    Catalog ID: C1988.35.5
    Block print in black ink on off-white paper. The image is a Northwest Coast Indian style beaver. By Helmi Juvonen, ca. 1957.
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    [ ribbon commemorating the Oregon Pioneer Association]
    Creation Date: no date
    Catalog ID: 2003.0.879
    White ribbon with blue lettering commemorating the Oregon Pioneer Association. In round frame in center is drawing of sailing ship and mountain with Native American holding bow on left, beaver above, eagle with spread wings to the right and row of five small stars below. On ribbon: 1847/Oregon/Pioneer/Association In center frame: Alis Volat Propriis.
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    [ribbon commemorating the Oregon Pioneer Association]
    Creation Date: no date
    Catalog ID: 2003.0.878
    White ribbon with blue lettering commemorating the Oregon Pioneer Association. In round frame in center is drawing of sailing ship and mountain with Native American holding bow on left, beaver above, eagle with spread wings to the right and row of five small stars below. Marked: On ribbon: 1847/Oregon/Pioneer/Association In center frame: Alis Volat Propriis.
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    [litter bag with Smokey the Bear image]
    Creation Date: 2001-2002
    Catalog ID: 2002.3.42
    Garbage bag or grocery type bag made of piece of plastic with sides sealed, 2001-2002. Top is open and has cuff with piece of plastic in each cuff to be pulled out as carrying handle. Printed on on side is polychromatic illustration of Smokey the Bear with man, woman, three children, and several animals. They are standing in mountainous area and around a sign stating "Please Be Careful". Image printed against a green background on the white bag. Printed on one side: Team up with Smokey!/wwww.smokeybear.com; Please/be/careful; 16 USC 580 P-4
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    [totem figure mug]
    Creation Date: 1980s
    Catalog ID: 2018.10.16
    Cup/mug by Blaisdell Pottery, 1980s. Ceramic, round with large handle. Opposite handle and olded on side of cup is a caricature of a Native American totem figure. Glazed with Mt. St. Helens ash, it has large oval shaped eyes with black pupils, large wide orange mouth with pair of white buck teeth to represent a beaver, and bue eyebrows and nose. Printed on base: Blaisdell Pottery Port Orchard Wash 1/3 Mt. St. Helens Ash. Art Chantry collection.
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    [commemorative blanket]
    Creation Date: 2003-2005?
    Catalog ID: 2006.2.24
    Commemorative blanket (a) with box (b). Manufactured by Pendleton Woolen Mills, for Washington State Historical Society, 2003-2005 (?). Rectangular blanket, no. ZR495-505080/197, made of 82% pure wool and 18% cotton warps. Large black and tan area at center with map of route Lewis and Clark took to reach the Pacific Ocean and larger silhouettes of the two figures posed in standing position and pointing into distance. Along top are green/black illustrations of bear, fish in Northwest Indian Coast art style, Native American man, longhouse, whaling hat, and beaver. Along lower end are brown/orange tan and tan and black bands. Inner orange/brown band has illustrations of Sacajawea at center of illustrations of Mandan house and tipi on either side. On lower black band are orange illustrations of beaver, antelope, coyote or wolf, buffalo, with cactus on either end. Blanket banded in black wool felt. On one side is |large brown leather label with limited member edition handwritten in space to indicate 197 or 200; signed by David L. Nicandri, museum director, in black ink. Blue cloth label with orange print attached next to larger label. Additional paper label with manufacturer information attached with nylon cord. Blue on white image of Mt. Hood printed on one side. Box made of single piece of brown cardboard by Georgia-Pacific, Olympia, WA. Box has blue band and orange print on lid. Limited edition series labels, barcode, and label with information about blanket adhered to one side. Extra piece cardboard for support inside box.
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    Together They Can Win
    Creation Date: 1938-1950
    Catalog ID: 2017.23.7
    Political cartoon titled "Together They Can Win" by Howard Fisher, 1938-1950. Black ink and pencil, with white highlights on off-white mat board. The image shows three men holding hands and looking toward the Columbia River Valley. They are labeled Trade, Industry, and Agriculture. The man on the right holds his hat in the air. To his right is a beaver holding a sign that reads: Better Than a C.V.A. (The beaver was the artist's personal symbol.) Above the river are the words: Columbia Valley Development. The title, Together they Can Win is written in pencil above the image. At the bottom right is written: Sat. Nite for Sun.
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    [Untitled]
    Creation Date: ca. 1952
    Catalog ID: c1984.42.7
    Painting in black, gray and red ink and watercolor on off-white paper. Image represents the top of a Northwest Coast totem pole. By Helmi Juvonen, ca. 1952.