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    Cle Elum, recreation center of Upper Kittitas County
    Creation Date: 1948
    Catalog ID: S1991.34.14
    Call Number: EPH/979.757/C58c/1948
    Single sheet (21x29 cm. unfolded) promoting recreational opportunities (fishing, hunting, dude ranchesw, camping, winter sports, hiking and scenery) in Cle Elum and upper Kittitas County. Edited by the Cle Elum Junior Chamber of Commerce, ca. 1948. Includes illustrations and map, with mileage table. Black print on light blue paper. Ephemera.
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    "Katie and Christine at Camp - The Meadows, Mt. Baker"
    Creation Date: 1915
    Catalog ID: 2010.75.5
    Black and white close image of Catherine V. (nee Zaremba) Herberg (8 August 1892-August 1980)) and Christina C. (nee Carlson) Kingsley (21 April 1897-September 1981), wearing skirts and blouses, sitting at a table, looking at the photographer, in camp at a meadow on Mt. Baker, Whatcom County, WA, 1915. One holds an eating utensil to her mouth. Two cooking pans are overturned on the ground. A tent is in photo right. (Christine Carlson married Mathias R. Kingsley in Bellingham, 29 August 1917. Catherine Zaremba married Charles F. Herberg in Bellingham, 2 June 1917).
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    San Juan International Camps: Roche Harbor, Wash.
    Creation Date: 1940
    Catalog ID: 1997.1.188
    Call Number: EPH-A/979.774/SA51s/1940
    [20]p.; ill., map; 26.6cm.; Col. ill. wraps
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    [Hiking/camping group]
    Creation Date: 1880-1910
    Catalog ID: C1987.5.36
    Photograph of a group of three men on a camping expedition. They are in front of a crude wooden lean-to with a canvas roof. They are wearing trousers and shirts, with suspenders. One man is wearing a hat. They are surrounded by old felled logs and trees.
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    The indispensable auto bed
    Creation Date: 1924
    Catalog ID: 2008.6.35
    Call Number: EPH/388.345/Sp65in/1924
    Illustrated advertisement showing bed set up inside car, for camping. Single sheet (23 cm.). Published by the Spokane Woodworking Company.
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    [Sitting around a camp near Salmon River, AK]
    Creation Date: ca. 1900
    Catalog ID: 2001.4.38
    Call Number: 2001.4.38
    Six men, seated and sprawled on the forest floor, in camp at the foot of a glacier near Salmon River, AK. Man in foreground smokes a pipe. An ax, and two guns in holsters hang from trees.
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    [Paradise Park, Mt. Rainier]
    Creation Date: Aug. 8, 1917
    Catalog ID: 1997.25.4
    Call Number: 1997.25.4
    The Fleming auto party settles in to camp at Paradise Park. The people can be seen in the distance with tents behind them and many tall trees rising up behind. "Our tent and e. A. smith's tent is in foreground. Crozier & Berg tent, also girl's tent, a little beyond. Rainier National Park, Aug. 8, 1917."
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    Clear Fork Camp dedication: Saturday, July 20, 1935, to be officially named Lawiswis Camp Ground
    Creation Date: 1935
    Catalog ID: 2006.1.15
    Call Number: EPH/979.782/C58L/1935
    1 sheet; map; 32.5 cm.; 2006.1.15; Includes Cowlitz Indian legend of Lawiswis
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    "On the way down from Mt. Baker, 1915"
    Creation Date: 1915
    Catalog ID: 2010.75.6
    Black and white close image of Catherine V. (nee Zaremba) Herberg (8 August 1892-August 1980)) and Christina C. (nee Carlson) Kingsley (21 April 1897-September 1981), and another woman, all wearing overalls, standing under a tarp by a cookstove in front of a tent, in a wooded area on Mt. Baker, Whatcom County, WA, 1915. One smiles at the photographer, another stirs something in a pan, and the other holds a cloth in her hand. (Christine Carlson married Mathias R. Kingsley in Bellingham, 29 August 1917. Catherine Zaremba married Charles F. Herberg in Bellingham, 2 June 1917).
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    "Camp Tacoma" Long Beach. 1891
    Creation Date: 1891
    Catalog ID: 1990.56.7
    Call Number: 1990.56.7
    Black and white, close photographic image of 4 men wearing suits, three women and a small boy posing, sitting and standing in front of a partially visible tent with sign above the flap: Tacoma, in a partially wooded area on Long Beach, Pacific County, WA, 1891. Two of the women and the boy sit by a table in front of the tent with eating dishes stacked on it, in image center left.. One of the men, holdiing a long stick, sits on the ground by the table. Another woman sits on a bench in image center, holding the end of guitar, with the body of it resting on the ground. Two men stand behind her. A painted canvas sits on a painting easel nearby. Another man stands at image center right. Bathing suits on a clothesline are visible behind him. See 1990.56.6 for a similar image.