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    [women picking peas]
    Creation Date: Sep. 2, 1937
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.63168
    Call Number: Curtis 63168; album 127 p. 1A
    nitrate negative and photographic print in album, showing three women picking pea pods from tall bushes in a field , Pacific County, near Raymond Washington, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Sept. 2, 1937. Photographer's record indicates that the three women are Native Americans ("Indian Girls"). Large baskets hold the harvested peas. The caption in the photograph album 127 reads: "Picking fresh peas to be shipped to Eastern markets, Raymond Wn."
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    [Moran Academy School for Boys]
    Creation Date: Nov. 15, 1921
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.42479
    Call Number: Curtis 42479
    nitrate and safety negative, north view of the main building and grounds at the Moran Academy for Boys on Bainbridge Island, Kitsap County, Washington, Asahel Curtis, photographer, November 15, 1921. The view of the school when arriving by boat. Students are not present. The Moran School was a private military style academy founded by Frank G. Moran in 1914. The Bainbridge Island school closed in 1933. In 1919, Frank Moran also founded a prestigious private school in Seattle (the Moran Lakeside School). One of series of 8 Curtis images related to the Bainbridge Island Moran School.
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    [Asahel Curtis Examining Salmon]
    Creation Date: ca. 1898
    Catalog ID: 2012.0.18
    Call Number: PORT/CUR 9
    photographic print, Asahel Curtis (standing on the right and wearing a cap) and another (unidentified) man are shown standing outdoors next to a building examining salmon (possibly to purchase), dated 1898. Asahel appears to be cutting a large fish which rests on a table. A business sign is partially visible on the building directly behind the two men. Several large empty wooden crates are visible. The locatiion is Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush. Hand written on verso of matted print: "A Curtis - 1898 - Alaska"
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    [Domestic Science Class at Lincoln High School]
    Creation Date: May 12, 1909
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.13695
    Call Number: Curtis 13595
    glass plate negative, a group of girls and young women at Lincoln High School, Seattle, Washington, receive practical instruction in making tea or coffee in home economics class. The girls wear aprons and stand next to tables. Tea pots or coffee pots are being used in the lesson. Asahel Curtis, photographer, May 12, 1909.
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    Cooper & Levy Outfitters, Seattle, 1897
    Creation Date: 1913
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.26368
    Call Number: CURTIS 26368 Album 18 p. 3
    photographic print in album, First Avenue S. near Yesler Way, Seattle, King County, Washington. Provisions stacked, and men standing in front of Cooper & Levy "Pioneer Outfitters" Store. Along the street are bags and crates of provisions, behind them are stacks of sleds. On one side of the store is the Northern Pacific Ticket office. On the other side of Cooper & Levy is a sign for McSorley & Co., Harness and Saddlery, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Feb. 21, 1913. copy of 1897 photograph.
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    [Fish Ladders]
    Creation Date: Feb. 6, 1927
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.50991
    Call Number: Curtis 50991
    glass plate negative and photographic print, two different views of fish ladders mounted onto single glass plate negative; one view shows water flowing through the ladder with two men standing nearby and the other view shows the ladder without water with one man standing nearby, the location of the dam is not indicated (probably King or Skagit County, Washington), the client is Puget Sound Power and Light Company, Strang and Prosser, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Feb. 6, 1927.
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    [logging railroad track near Lake Crescent]
    Creation Date: Jun. 6, 1919
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38061
    Call Number: Curtis 38061 Album 164A p. 77
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track near Lake Crescent, Clallam County, Wa, Asahel Curtis, photographer, June 6, 1919. The railroad was constructed by the U.S. Army Spruce Production Division to transport spruce logs to Fort Vancouver and other sites.
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    Glacier Peak
    Creation Date: Oct. 15, 1909
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.15868
    Call Number: Curtis 15768
    photographic print, Glacier Peak, from near the 7,000 foot level, looking across White Chuck, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Oct. 15, 1909.
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    Tacoma Stadium Bowl Performance
    Creation Date: Jun. 2, 1915
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.32710
    Call Number: Curtis 32710
    Glass plate negative, taken June 2, 1915, one of 2 plates forming a distant panoramic view of a celebration at Stadium Bowl, Tacoma, Pierce County, WA. The bowl is filled with spectators, and Stadium High School is visible in the background. A grandstand, with possibly 2 musical groups seated on it, is at the far end of the field. A large group of women wearing light and dark gymnasium suits stand in rows in formation on the field. A group of women in light colored clothing stand close together at the near end of the field. Asahel Curtis, photographer.
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    [logging railroad track]
    Creation Date: ca.1918
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.38067
    Call Number: Curtis 38067 Album 164A p. 73
    photographic print in album, view of logging railroad track and clearcut in Clallam County, Wa. Asahel Curtis, photographer, circa 1918. The railroad was constructed by the U.S. Army Spruce Production Division to transport spruce logs to Fort Vancouver and other sites.