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    [Japanese American family]
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 2009.20.66
    Call Number: 2009.20.66
    Black and white studio portrait of a Japanese American family likely taken in Tacoma, WA circa 1910. The image shows a man, woman and two small children. The man sits on the right. He has dark hair and a moustache. He wears a dark jacket and pants, a dark tie and white shirt with a high color. The woman stands on the left. She wears a light colored blouse, a dark jacket and a large dark hat. One of the children stands on a chair in front of the woman while the other child stands in front of the man. Both children have dark hair cut in a pageboy style. Both wear drop waist dresses or tunics. Yamane Family Collection
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    Three brown boys and other happy children
    Creation Date: c1879
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.2.201
    Call Number: CHILD./808.5/H125t/1879
    228 p.; ill.; 22 cm.; A collection of stories which originally appeared in ''The Churchman''; Col. ill. front cover
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    Charter Oak ABC
    Creation Date: [ca. 1885]
    Catalog ID: 2004.46.2.60
    Call Number: EPH/644.5028/C385c/1885
    32 p.; ill.; 18 cm. With illustrations of children, advertisements for the Excelsior stove, and recipes.
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    [Girl with headscarf]
    Creation Date: [ca. 1890]
    Catalog ID: 2004.46.2.80
    Call Number: EPH/764.2/G443h/1890
    1 figure; ill.; 19 cm.; Printed in Germany for use in children's scrapbooks; Title assigned by cataloger: Image of girl with headscarf. A chromolithograph.
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    Sunny Sam: something for oldsters to read to youngsters
    Creation Date: c1921
    Catalog ID: 2004.46.2.181
    Call Number: CHILD/808.899/F249su/1921
    118 p.; ill., col. pl., front.; 23 cm.; Col. illus. front cover
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    One minute washer: it's on the line at nine
    Creation Date: [ca. 1905]
    Catalog ID: 2004.46.2.186
    Call Number: EPH/683.88/On2o/1905
    1 piece; ill.; ''Make washday a play day.'' With illustrations of women, children, and washing machines.
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    To my Valentine
    Creation Date: [ca. 1895]
    Catalog ID: 2004.46.2.260
    Call Number: EPH/394.2681/T55v/1895
    1 card; col. ill.; 12 cm.; Card in shape of four-leaf clover, featuring small boy about to kiss girl
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    Murphy & Burns. Dealers in jewelry, school supplies & stationery, Sprague, W.T.
    Creation Date: 1888
    Catalog ID: 2009.40.1
    Call Number: EPH/979.734/M951sp/1888
    Single sheet (28.5x20 cm.) consists of colored drawing of Murphy & Burns building; includes pedestrians and horse & buggy. Dated 1888.
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    Ezra Meeker Monument Dedication Ceremony
    Creation Date: Sep. 14, 1926
    Catalog ID: 2009.0.481
    Call Number: 2009.0.481
    photographic print, Ezra Meeker Monument Dedication Ceremony, large group of seated men, women and children listen to speeches during the dedication of the Ezra Meeker Monument, Puyallup, Wa., Sept. 14, 1926. Many of the women wear hats and fur trimmed coats, and the men wear suits. Group of Native Americans in ceremonial dress, and other spectators stand in the background. The Native Americans may be from the Puyallup Tribe. The speaker and monument are not visible in the photograph.
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    [group of Native Americans]
    Creation Date: ca. 1950
    Catalog ID: 2010.0.337
    Call Number: IND POR 1.04.048
    Photographic print, group of Native Americans (men, women and children) in traditional plateau style clothing pose outside in front of tepee and large building (possibly the Cushman Indian Hospital or School), location unspecified but most likely the Puyallup Indian Reservation, Pierce County, Wa., undated, ca. 1950. Parked automobiles are visible in the background, and it appears that a traditional women's dance (or other ceremony) may be about to begin., A. O. Ruland Photographer, Tacoma, Was., is stamped on the verso of the print.