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    Street in Skagway, Alaska
    Creation Date: 1897-1899
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.46006
    Call Number: Curtis 46006, Album 182 p.7
    glass plate negative and photographic print in album, showing a street scene in Skagway, Alaska during the Klondike gold rush, Asahel Curtis photographer, ca. 1897-1899. On right side of photograph are wooden buildings with signs announcing "Tin Shop/Hardware & Stoves," "Mail Office," "Best Log Cabin in Camp for Sale/Writing Materials". A line of men has formed in front of the mail office.
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    Continental Coal Company
    Creation Date: apr. 16, 1928
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.53911
    Call Number: 1943.42.53911
    Above ground photograph of two miners sitting on the electric cars that pull the coal cars.
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    H. H. Free Milling and Mining Co. [stock certificate]
    Creation Date: 1905
    Catalog ID: 2019.16.8
    Call Number: EPH/979.757/H519h/1905
    One piece (ill., 21 x 28.5 cm.) stock certificate, number 135, for 1,000 shares valued at one dollar each in The H. H. Free Milling and Mining Co.,Liberty, WA, issued on August 15, 1905, to Edith H. DeLano. There is an illustration of a mountain with roads leading to the top in the center of the top of the certificate. On each side of that are circular illustratons of miners at work.Gold color seal in the lower left corner and a gold color border around the certicate. Laurie Austin Collection. Ephemera
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    Mining in the Street, Nome, Alaska
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.29236
    Call Number: 1943.42.29236
    Black and white undated glass plate negative image of 3 gold miners working at a sluice at the side of a Nome, AK street. The sluice, with water running in it, runs parallel to the street over excavated ground, in front of a house in image left. Asahel Curtis.
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    Coal Mines and Coal Miners: The Story of a Great Industry and the Men Who Work in It
    Creation Date: 1922
    Catalog ID: 1959.91.63
    Call Number: EPH/331.886/In2cm/1922
    108 page pamphlet published by the I.W.W, 1922. With photos, diagrams, and illustrations. Information designed to encourage coal miners to join the I.W.W. The first sections discuss coal, its origins, distribution, production. The last half of the pamphlet deals with union issues; early organizations, other unions, and the I.W.W. Blue paper covers with black print and illustrations of man in top hat and miner.
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    [miners with sluice box below Bonanza in Alaska]
    Creation Date: Aug. 29, 1898
    Catalog ID: 1976.56.1.7
    Glass plate negative, Aug. 29, 1898, of 3 men standing by a sluice box with shovels in their hands, looking at the photographer, on a hillside below Bonanza, in Alaska during the gold rush. Two men are African American. Two dogs sit nearby. Written on negative envelope: J. Buwiet's (?) bunch opp of 12 Below Bonanza.
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    No 3 Rock creek, Klondike
    Creation Date: 1899
    Catalog ID: 1995.0.149.7
    Call Number: 1995.0.149.7
    Miners work sluice boxes and dig with picks and shovels at Rock Creek in the Klondike. Printed on negative: 1768, No 3 Rock creek. Photo by Eric A. Hegg.
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    Cecil D. mine near Malo, Ferry County
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 2012.0.443
    Call Number: Photo A 2012.0.443
    Black and white image of a mine shaft at Cecil D. mine, Cecil Mountain, near Malo, Ferry County, WA. The photo shows two men standing at the open mine shaft next to a pulley with a bucket attached. A wheelbarrow and a ladder are nearby. Other men stand nearby with shovels and picks. A horse can be partially seen on the left. Two men in suits are standing on the right.
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    Scene of hydraulic mining in Alaska
    Creation Date: ca. 1899
    Catalog ID: 2001.142.12.14
    Call Number: 2001.142.12.14
    Scene of hydraulic mining in Alaska. Several men and 3 women, one holding an umbrella are in front, with the water spray from the machinery covering a large area in the rear.
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    [commemorative medal for Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition]
    Creation Date: ca. 1909
    Catalog ID: 1991.0.88
    Bronze medal (a) with case (b) for Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, ca. 1909. On front: A woman (Liberty) holding an olive branch and a plaque of Pres. George Washington, surrounded by the Pacific Northwest, exposition scenery: forest, lumber, miner, Native American, ocean, ship, sun, and mountain. Border is formed by inscription. Back: gold medal bar with plantlife bordering. In green leather box with green velvet lining. Exterior decorated with illustrations of woman, Indian, prospectors, Exposition symbol. Manufactured by Gorham Manufacturing Company, designed by F. Ziegler, Albert Hansen, silversmith and jeweler.