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    Washington Exposition Interior View
    Creation Date: 1891
    Catalog ID: 2010.0.283
    photographic studio print, interior view of the main hall (conservatory?) of the Washington Exposition, Northwest Interstate Fair, Tacoma, Wa., 1891. One man and woman stand and another woman is seated in the center of the room, surrounded by tropical plants and displays of various products. A display case and sign for "pyrites jewelry" is visible. Thomas H. Rutter, photographer, image #666.
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    Whip saw Plank of Washington Fir, State Museum, Seattle
    Creation Date: ca. 1915
    Catalog ID: 2015.91.9
    Call Number: 2015.91.9
    Black and white, close photographic image of a whipsaw mounted diagonally on a plank of fir wood on the side of a large box in the Washington State Museum, which became the Burke Museum, on the University of Washington campus, Seattle, King County, WA, ca. 1915. A man wearing a suit is standing on the box looking at the photographer. The Washington State Museum was originally housed in the Forestry Building from the 1909 Alaska-Pacific-Yukon Exposition.
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    [Tacoma's First Light Generator display, Ferry Museum]
    Creation Date: 1956
    Catalog ID: 2009.0.465.8.30.1
    Call Number: 2009.0.465.8.30.1
    Black and white, fairly close linen backed photographic image of a display of Tacoma's First Light Generator in the Ferry Museum, Washington State Historical Society, Tacoma, Pierce County, WA, 1956. The display, in image left background, has a generator, and also images on a display board behind the generator. Another display enclosed behind glass is in image right foreground. Photo by J.R. Eyerman
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    Cushman Trades School Exhibit, Western Washington Fair, Puyallup
    Creation Date: ca. 1914
    Catalog ID: 1957.64.GL165
    Call Number: 1957.64.GL165
    Black and white glass plate negative image of 3 male students, either Puyallup or North American Indian, from the Cushman Trades School, Tacoma, working on lathes in an exhibit for the school at the Western Washington Fair, Puyallup, Pierce County, WA, ca. 1914. An instructor stands nearby. Machine parts are displayed at the front of the exhibit, and tools are in display cases on the back wall. Large squash and other agricultural products are partially visible from an adjacent display at image left edge. Marvn D. Boland.
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    [Automobile Display, Western Washington Fair, Puyallup]
    Creation Date: ca. 1914
    Catalog ID: 1957.64.0.16A.GL
    Call Number: 1957.64.0.16A.GL
    Black and white glass plate negative of 3 automobiles displayed indoors at the Western Washington Fair, Puyallup, Pierce County, WA, ca. 1914. From image left to right: an Overland automobile, made by the Overland Automobile Company, with sign behind, Overland 1914, 79 - 1075, Fully Equiped F.O.B. Puyallup; an American Underslung automobile, made by the American Motor Car Company, with sign behind, Six Cylinder 60 H.P.; an automobile with sign behind it: Willys Utility Truck, 1400 V.O.B. Puyallup; sign on wall: Indian Motocycle, Leroy Debolt, Agent. Sign in center of display: Puyallup Garage. Marvin D. Boland.