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    [portrait of officers of the IOOF of Seattle, WA]
    Creation Date: 1889
    Catalog ID: 1998.22.1.24
    Call Number: 1998.22.1.24
    Posed photo of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows officers in Seattle, WA. The men all wear a sash on one shoulder or a vest as insignia of office. One holds a gavel. A banner behind the group: Seattle Lodge No 7.
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    jonny-cake [yellow and brown vest and white blouse]
    Creation Date: 1930-1945
    Catalog ID: C1951.250.28.19
    Painting depicts a woman, hip length, wearing a yellow and brown checked vest with notched waist and four large buttons. A long-sleeved blouse with puffy sleeves is under the vest. She is wearing a brimmed yellow hat. Image from an album of models for the Olympia Knitting Mills, Olympia, WA, Thurston County.
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    Singlefooter [blue vest and brown blouse]
    Creation Date: 1930-1945
    Catalog ID: C1951.250.29.33
    Painting depicts a woman, hip length, wearing a blue vest with brown trim, with notched waist and four small buttons. A short sleeved brown blouse is under the vest. Same model and painting style as C1951.250.28.20. Image from an album of models for the Olympia Knitting Mills, Olympia, WA, Thurston County.
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    co-ed [brown vest and white blouse]
    Creation Date: 1930-1945
    Catalog ID: C1951.250.29.36
    Painting depicts a woman, hip length, wearing a brown vest with green trim and green stripes, a button closing and vest pocket. A long-sleeved blouse with puffy sleeves and a deep collar is under the vest. Same model and painting style as C1951.250.28.18. Image from an album of models for the Olympia Knitting Mills, Olympia, WA, Thurston County.
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    [Inland Herald newspaper section]
    Creation Date: May 1, 1910
    Catalog ID: 2004.46.164
    One section of Sunday edition of the Inland Herald, Spokane, May 1, 1910. Large piece of paper folded in half and printed on four sides. First page has information about a young boy learning etiquette, and transfer pattern information. On second page are articles about health and beauty. Third page has information about food preservation and eggs, homemaking, and meal tips. Fourth page contains information about fashion, including topcoats, vests, and turbans.
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    [George Gaston]
    Creation Date: 1870-1878
    Catalog ID: C2016.0.94
    Photographic portrait, full length, of Thurston County pioneer George Gaston, born in Pugwash, Nova Scotia. He is a young man with a mustache. He is wearing a jacket, light colored trousers, and a vest. He is posing in a studio setting, with his hand on a studio stump, his left hand cocked on his waist, and a studio rustic fence behind him. His cheeks have been tinted pink. George Gaston was an early farmer in Thurston County, having arrived with his father Moses in about 1870. He married a granddaughter of George Bush, Mandana Isabelle (Belle) Bush. He was a Thurston County sheriff. Joseph T. Silva, photographer
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    JIm Ballard and Frank Randall
    Creation Date: Jan. 1897
    Catalog ID: 1925.79.9
    Call Number: 1925.79.9
    Sepia photographic image, a frontal studio portrait of Jim Ballard on the left, and Frank Randall, Bannock men, seated, showing their upper torsos, Jan. 1897. Jim Ballard wears a breastplate, a choker-type of necklace, armbands, and a decorated European style vest. He holds a pipe tomahawk in his arms. Frank Randall wears a necklace, shell earrings, and a decorated European style vest. A trade blanket covers his left arm. Both men wear cloth shirts.
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    jonny-cake [yellow and brown vest and white blouse]
    Creation Date: 1930-1945
    Catalog ID: C1951.250.29.35
    Painting depicts a woman, hip length, wearing a yellow and brown checked vest with notched waist and four large buttons. A long-sleeved blouse with puffy sleeves is under the vest. She is wearing a brimmed yellow hat. Same model and painting style as C1951.250.28.19. Painted on blue card stock. Image from an album of models for the Olympia Knitting Mills, Olympia, WA, Thurston County.
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    [Moses Gaston]
    Creation Date: 1870-1878
    Catalog ID: C2016.0.95
    Photographic portrait, full length, of Thurston County pioneer Moses Gaston, born in Pugwash, Nova Scotia. He has unruly hair and a beard, no mustache. He is wearing a frock coat with light-colored trousers and a brocade vest. He is posing in a studio setting, with his hand on a studio stump and a studio rustic fence behind him. His cheeks have been tinted pink. Joseph T. Silva, photographer
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    [teddy bear]
    Creation Date: 2013-2014
    Catalog ID: 2016.7.2
    Teddy bear made in China for Fiesta (Toys) and decorated in Quinault style by Quinault artist, Don (Oddball) Itterley, 2013-2014. Bear is made of light brown plush fabric and is in seated position. Bear has light tan snout with brown nose and light tan foot pads with brown marks, and short stubby tail. Bear wears a vest made of woven brown cedar bark. Vest is sleeveless and fits over neck so that a rectangular section is on front and back. Vest held in place with a strip of light tan leather. On head is a round hat made of woven brown cedar bark. It fits over ears to stay in place. The center of the hat extends upward into a short conical form with square top.