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    Asahel Curtis at work in his Studio
    Creation Date: 1939
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.64117
    Call Number: 1943.42.64117
    Photographic print and safety negative, Asahel Curtis at work in his photography studio darkroom, 1939. Curtis leans over large developing print tray, various bottles of chemicals are located on the shelf above the tray.
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    [Chief Isaac in Canoe]
    Creation Date: 1899
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.46137
    Call Number: Curtis 46137 Album 182 p. 138
    glass plate negative and photographic print in album, Chief Isaac (member of the Klondike Band of Han Indian Tribe) paddles a canoe on the Yukon River in the Moosehide area, Yukon Territory, Alaska, Asahel Curtis, photographer, 1899.
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    [Asahel Curtis and Phil Norton Plowing, Curtis Ranch, Grandview, WA]
    Creation Date: Apr. 1918
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.37656
    Call Number: Curtis 37656 Album 137 p. 152
    glass plate negative and photographic print in album, image shows Asahel Curtis guiding a plow in weed filled area on his ranch and orchard at Grandview, Yakima County, WA, April 1918. Phil Norton pulls on the bridle of the horse pulling the plow to encourage him to move. A road and a fence are in the background.
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    [Canoe Construction]
    Creation Date: 1898
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.46140
    Call Number: Curtis 46140 Album 182 p. 141
    glass plate negative and photographic print in album, Native American man (most likely a member of the Klondike Band of the Han Indian Tribe) identified in the photographer's business record as "Kirk" is shown constructing a canoe, Moosehide area, Yukon Territory, Alaska, Asahel Curtis, photographer, 1898. Several log structures, tent and a river (possibly the Yukon River) are visible in the background.
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    [casket with woman and infant]
    Creation Date: Nov. 11, 1920
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.41106
    Call Number: Curtis 41106
    photographic print and nitrate/copy negatives, woman and infant (probably mother and child, related to either William Maloney Family or the Owens Family) lay together in a open casket at the Bonney Watson Funeral Parlor, Seattle, Washington, William Maloney, client, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Nov. 11, 1920. The casket is surrounded by many flowers and wreaths (including lilies, roses, and chrysanthemums).
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    Women Picking Blackberries, A.L. Brown Farm, Sherlock, Washington.
    Creation Date: Sep. 3, 1913
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.28153
    Call Number: 1943.42.28153
    Black and white glass plate negative image of 2 women, the older one wearing an apron, picking blackberries from vines on trellises at the the A.L. Brown Farm, Sherlock, Thurston County, WA, Sept. 3, 1913. The berries are visible and abundant on the vines. Asahel Curtis, photographer.
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    "On the Skyline Trail"
    Creation Date: 1917
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.40039
    Call Number: Curtis 40039, Album 102 p.47
    photographic print, "On the Skyline Trail" Mount Rainier National Park, Asahel Curtis photographer, 1917. Group of five men and two women ride horses across partial snowfield, at Mount Rainier National Park, the summit of Mount Rainier is visible in the background. One of a series of Mount Rainier photographs.
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    [Puget Sound Electric Railway, Edgewood]
    Creation Date: Sep. 1, 1920
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.36441
    Call Number: Curtis 36441
    nitrate and safety negatives, view of the Puget Sound Electric Railway interurban train track, Pierce County, Edgewood, Washington, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Sept. 1, 1920. Railroad crossing sign, station, dirt road, automobile, and surrounding houses are visible. The train is not visible.
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    [Puget Sound Electric Railway, Edgewood]
    Creation Date: Sep. 1, 1920
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.36434
    Call Number: Curtis 36434
    photographic print, nitrate and safety negatives, view of the Puget Sound Electric Railway interurban train track and stations, Pierce County, Edgewood, Washington, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Sept. 1, 1920. Railroad crossing sign, dirt road, surrounding houses, and one man standing on the track are visible. The train is not visible.
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    [Lake Quinault Fish Hatchery]
    Creation Date: Sep. 1924
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.47437
    Call Number: Curtis 47437 Album 60 p. 62
    photographic print in album, view of a hatchery worker counting salmon at a fish trap at the lower end of Lake Quinault, at the Lake Quinault Fish Hatchery, Olympic Peninsula, Grays Harbor County, Washington, Asahel Curtis, photographer, Sept. 1924. The worker stands in a row boat, holding a dip net containing salmon. Large nets are visible hanging from tall support poles. One of a series of seven images of the hatchery.