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    Lloyd Hale
    Creation Date: ca. 1903
    Catalog ID: 2012.70.14
    Call Number: 2012.70.14
    Black and white image of a young man in Puyallup, Pierce County, WA. Lloyd Hale is pictured standing, holding a basket of roses in one hand, and a book in the other hand. He is wearing a tie, jacket, and short pants. He has a flower in his lapel with a long ribbon atttached to it
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    [Unidentified Woman and Dog]
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 2014.150.9
    Call Number: 2014.150.9
    Black and white close photographic image, a studio portrait of an unidentified woman and dog, in an unknown location, ca. 1910. The woman is sitting facing the photographer, but she is looking at the dog seated at her side. She has her arm around the dog, who has one paw on her lap. The dog is looking off camera. The woman has 2 combs in her hair. She wears what appears to be a rosary knotted around her neck, with a Christian cross at the end, which falls at her waist. Two roses are pinned to her blouse, ca. 1910. Edward Nolan Collection.
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    [Carrie Shaw Rice Portrait]
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 1983.16.180
    Call Number: PORT RIC 15
    Photographic print, formal studio portrait of Carrie (Carolyn) Shaw Rice, Tacoma poet, song writer and teacher, undated ca. 1910. Oval matted portrait of a seated woman gazing at a rose in her hand, A. French, photographer.
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    Yellow Rose
    Catalog ID: 1990.0.81
    Oil on canvas, a still life of a yellow rose, by unknown person, unknown date.
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    Roses
    Creation Date: 1914
    Catalog ID: 1981.125.2
    Oval still life painting of yellow roses picked from the Klocker garden
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    [delegate ribbon]
    Creation Date: 1995
    Catalog ID: 2009.221.1
    Delegate ribbon used by Church Women United for convention in Caldwell, ID on June 23-25, 1995. Made of wide piece of red ribbon with serrated cut ends and gold print. Glued to top is red ribbon rose with green ribbon leaves.
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    [Funeral Flowers for Duane R. Terry Funeral]
    Creation Date: 1880-1910
    Catalog ID: C1948.64.41
    Call Number: C1948.64.41
    Photograph of floral arrangements sitting on stands and on the carpeted floor of a room. There is a door in the rear wall of the room and the top of a row of seats is visible in the foreground. The flowers include roses, lilies, calla lilies and ivy. The inscription identifies the subject as flowers for Duane Terry's funeral, Olympia, WA, Thurston County.
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    Station at Pt. Defiance Park Tacoma Wash
    Creation Date: ca. 1914
    Catalog ID: C1979.54.60
    Photograph of a pagoda-shaped building, identified as the Station at Point Defiance Park in Tacoma, WA, Pierce county (now the pagoda). It has a tiled roof and Japanese style architecture. A porch extends along one side, and the ground slopes away from it. People are approaching and leaving the station, which is accessible via a long stairway from the lower level. There are rosebushes planted in fhe foreground.
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    [Woman Sitting at Dining Table, Leland, WA]
    Creation Date: ca. 1914
    Catalog ID: 2014.31.4
    Call Number: 2014.31.4
    Black and white, close photographic image of a woman sitting and posing at a small square dining table covered with a table cloth and set with dishes and food in the area of Leland, Jefferson County, WA, ca. 1914. On the table there are table settings for 3 people, a plate of rolls, a pie, a cake, and a tray with cream and sugar containers and salt and pepper shakers. A vase with 2 roses is in the center of the table. Two windows covered with curtains are in the background. Written on reverse: "Sister Helen"
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    [Rose bouquet and calendar]
    Creation Date: 1906
    Catalog ID: 2006.5.47
    Call Number: EPH/979.779/G29r/1906
    1 calendar; col. ill.; Title assigned by cataloger; Item shaped like basket of red roses, with small tear-off calendar attached. Edward Nolan collection. Ephemera