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    465 - Opening of Snoqualmie Pass
    Creation Date: ca. 1930
    Catalog ID: 2013.124.1
    Call Number: 2013.124.1
    Black and white image of an automobile crossing Snoqualmie Pass, King County, WA in winter. The photo shows a recently cleared highway with high snow banks on either side. Snoqualmie Pass was first plowed and kept open during the winter of 1931.
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    Front St. Nome, Alaska.
    Creation Date: ca. 1906 - 07
    Catalog ID: 2011.0.161
    Black and white image of a snow packed street in Nome, AK. A row of houses partially buried in the snow is on the right side of the street. One bears the sign "F. St. Mary Bunk House". Farther along the street is a sign "S. Germain Feed Stable". On the left side of the street is a dog sled, and a couple of dogs are nearby. In the distance, a team of horses is pulling a wagon.
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    [print of snowy scene]
    Creation Date: 1900-1930?
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.1384
    Print of a snowy scene by unknown artist, 1900-1930? Color print on board, rectangular. Illustration of a sleigh being pulled by two horses. Three people riding on sleigh in snow. Behind them is a tall tree with no leaves. At center are two sets of buildings. Behind them are tall mountains with sun or possibly moon in sky. Reddish tinge above mountain on left. Some possible hand painting on scene.
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    [View of Skamokawa, Washington]
    Creation Date: ca. 1907
    Catalog ID: 2006.6.4
    photographic print, postcard, View of Skamokawa, Wahkiakum County, Washington, ca. 1907. Skamokawa Creek is in lower photo center, running between buildings. Snow is on the land, and ice partially covers the creek. The postcard is addressed to "Mrs. J. L. Stedmar, Brush Prairie, Wash." and postmarked Oct. 9, 1907. A note is lacking.
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    Paradise Inn in Winter
    Creation Date: ca. 1945
    Catalog ID: 2015.10.44
    Call Number: 2015.10.44
    Black and white image of Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, WA. The photo shows Paradise Inn covered in snow with a skier on the roof of the building. Edward Nolan Collection.
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    [man's bear fur coat]
    Creation Date: 1930-1955
    Catalog ID: 1964.130.56
    Man's bear fur coat with quilted wool lining (and wool fiber padding) with frog closures in front.
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    Catalog ID: 1937.38.2
    This is a large winter landscape scene of six excited horses pulling a sleigh. A wolf pack is following. One man in sleigh with guns, two other men driving the team. Similar to work by Bohdan von Kleczvnski.
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    Cascade Mountains and Pioneer Cabin
    Creation Date: ca.1910
    Catalog ID: 1982.87.2
    Oil on board painting by Helene Ryan, ca. 1910. Winter scene with log cabin with snow covered roof is on right side. The cabin is next to a body of water. Trees are behind the cabin and on opposite shoreline. In foreground are three figures rowing a boat. In lower right foreground is a fence and tree stump. In background is a snow covered Mt. Rainier. In wood frame that is painted gold brown. Two inner liner areas decorated with small raised scallop forms. Signed at lower right: H. RYAN
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    [figurine of boy]
    Creation Date: ca. 1885
    Catalog ID: 1961.48.2
    Porcelain bisque figurine of a blonde haired boy wearing light blue cap with tassel, blue coat with ruff around hem, cuffs and neck, blue snow boots with white trim on upper edge. Pink stripe down center front of coat and on legs. Ca. 1885. Written on base interior: 91
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    , Lake Keechelus Inn in Winter - Wash.
    Creation Date: ca. 1940
    Catalog ID: 2016.11.8
    Call Number: 2016.11.8
    Black and white, fairly close oblique angle photographic postcard image of the Lake Keechelus Inn, on U.S. Highway 10, in Kittitas County, WA, ca. 1940. Snow covers the ground, one of the buildings, and is piled beside the road. An automobile and truck are parked on the road in image foreground. Gasoline pumps are enclosed in a small structure in image lower center foreground. Edward Nolan collection