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    Magic Spring
    Creation Date: 2000-2008
    Catalog ID: 2008.10.24
    Slinky style toy (a) and product box (b) Made in Taiwan for Comcast. Toy made of short coil of plastic coiled and made in different colors from pink, orange, blue, purple, green to yellow. Written in large black letters along coils on one side: Comcast. Box made of paperboard. Exterior is orange with name of toy, heart and star motifs, with small stick human figures and dog on three sides.
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    Americans on Holiday, Crazy Foreigners on Holiday
    Creation Date: 1800-1899
    Catalog ID: 2007.0.163
    A Japanese print made by Yoshi-Tora ca. 19th century titled Americans on Holiday. Tall, four masted ship in the background and men, women and children (most in western clothing) roaming a green hillside with their dogs. Katakana inscriptions state that the subjects are English (bottom) and American (top right). Evidence also sugests that the print was right half of 2007.0.158. Back appears to have been reinforced by another piece of paper that has a shiny, silvery floral film.
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    [Jones soda bottles and carrier]
    Creation Date: 2006-2008
    Catalog ID: 2008.59.63
    Incomplete set of two Jones soda bottles (a, b), with carrier for four bottles (c), 2006-2008. Bottles made of colorless, transparent glass, with round flat bases, straight sides, elongated necks and threaded necks with twist-off metal caps. Large paper label on each, each with different black/white photo printed below name of soda. Bottle "a" has photo of heavily clothed child sticking tongue out into weather. Bottle "b" has photo of girls and boy in swim suits jumping into water. Carrier made of lightweight cardboard. Near-square, with compartments for four bottles and carrying handle at center. Printed on two sides are black/white photos, one of man standing in front of mural, and the other a scene of people at a beach with palm trees. Other sides have information about contents and signatures of people who work at Jones Soda Co.
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    [set of bone dishes]
    Creation Date: 1892-ca. 1905
    Catalog ID: 2013.113.2
    Set of four bone dishes (a-d), made by Doulton & Co., Burslem, England, 1892-ca. 1905. Watteau flow blue transfer print pattern showing two different scenes. Each dish is identical in shape, roughly triangular with raised and scalloped sides, oblong base rim. Along the inner edge is blue design of scrolls and leaves. At center of two dishes is illustration of a seated woman playing a mandolin and man lying next to her with music sheet (?). At center of other two dishes is same woman seated and holding mandolin to one side and man standing near her. He is holding a hatchet (?). Figures are dressed in clothing of late 1700s. Foliage printed around them.
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    Petroglyph drawing and description
    Creation Date: 1938-1939
    Catalog ID: 1939.33.3.16
    Call Number: T -141 Box 3
    Watercolor Sketch and typed description, pictograph of human figures and coyote, located on Tonasket-Republic highway near Tonasket, Okanogan County, WA, drawn and described by Harold J. Cundy, 1938-1939.
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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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    North Bend Lumber Company Logging Crew
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 1975.23.12
    Call Number: 1975.23.12
    Black and white ca. 1910 postcard image showing the logging crew of the North Bend Lumber Company. There are ten men, some standing against and some sitting on large logs. There is a very good view of the work gloves on one loggers in bib overalls and another logger second from the the right appears to be non-Anglo. This individual may be Latino, African-American, or of mixed ethnic backgrounds.
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    "Along A Road" Auburn 1938. Young Girl
    Creation Date: 1938
    Catalog ID: S1991.37.6
    Call Number: S1991.37.6
    Black and white, 2.5" x 3.5" photo by Floyd Oles. Photo of a young girl "Along A Road" near Auburn, WA. This young girl is in a dark dress with with a very white collar, buttons, ends of the short sleeves, and stripes on each side of the dress. This is a summer dress and appears in excellent condition, possibly her Sunday dress. The girl is looking shyly at the camera and there is an open field in the background.
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    North Bend Lumber Company Sawmill
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 1975.23.9
    Call Number: 1975.23.9
    Black and white ca. 1910 postcard image of the interior of the sawmill of the North Bend Lumber Company. The image shows a large log being cut into lumber. There are four men on top of the log and one man standing beside it.
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    World AIDS Day: our family cares
    Creation Date: ca. 1994
    Catalog ID: 1994.70.249
    Call Number: EPH-C/362.8/W893ai/1994
    1 poster; col. ill.; 61 cm.; Image of red AIDS ribbon superimposed on globe circled by stylized figures holding hands