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    Spanaway Lake and Mt. Rainier
    Creation Date: ca.1900
    Catalog ID: 1982.87.3
    Depicts Lake Spanaway in the foreground, with forest and Mt. Rainier in the background.
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    Mountain Stream and Bridge
    Creation Date: ca. 1915
    Catalog ID: 1982.87.4
    Depicts woods with footbridge and pond
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    [bottle of wine]
    Creation Date: 2002
    Catalog ID: 2011.94.7
    Bottle of cabernet sauvignon produced and bottled by Quilceda Creek Vintners, Inc., no. BW-WA-68, Snohomish, WA, 2002. Alcohol content 14.9% by volume; contains sulfites. Contents in green bottle with straight sides, kickup, high shoulder, straight neck with opening covered with black cap. Silk screened on bottle side is iridescent photographic illustration of mountains behind tree tops and with moon overhead. Name of vintner, date, and type of wine printed below and above an iridescent gold and white line. Price sticker label affixed below line.
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    [souvenir spoon]
    Creation Date: ca. 1891-ca. 1935
    Catalog ID: 2011.82.1
    Small souvenir spoon made by Paye & Baker Mfg. Co., North Attleboro, MA, ca. 1891-ca. 1935. Sterling silver, with oval shaped bowl that is raised up at tip. Slightly curved and tapering stem that has a finial with triangular arrangement of flowers at top of section that tapers into expanded area t top of stem. Edge is beaded. Top of stem has decoration of curlicues with tassel at center. Bowl has embossed illustration of mountain overlooking forests extending around bodies of water. Embossed above illustration: Mt. Tacoma, 14444 ft. Embossed below illustration: near Tacoma, Wash. Engraved M in old script on back of finial. Maker's mark on back of stem.
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    [Skid road]
    Creation Date: ca. 1909
    Catalog ID: 2007.133.58
    Call Number: 2007.133.58
    Looking down the length of a skid with logs on it in a Washington State forest. A man at the close end of the row of logs is probably greasing the skid, holding a large bucket and a stick pointed near the base of the log. Two men are standing on the log. White-Lynch Collection.
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    [glass tray]
    Creation Date: 1870s
    Catalog ID: 2019.27.5
    Pressed glass tray, Burlington Glass Works, Ontario, Canada, 1870s. Made of colorless glass, round with slightly flaring sides. The base is flat and has a raised scene of a small house in front of trees. There is a seated figure and a dog in front of it. A female figure stands in doorway of the house. At center is a stream (?) with fences above and trees and rocks on the other side. The sides have a checked design composed of alternating rectangles and squares to form a basket weave design.
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    Creation Date: 2011
    Catalog ID: 2012.2.5
    Quarter (25 cent) coin for United States of America, 2011. Issued by the U.S. Mint as part of the National Park series. Round, made of silver tone metal. On front is profile of George Washington. On back is illustration for Olympic National Park, including illustration of mountain, forest and lake with elk in foreground.
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    [litter bag]
    Creation Date: ca. 1978
    Catalog ID: 2014.0.2
    Litter bag, ca. 1978, distributed by Alcoa. Bag is flat and made of white plastic. At top there is a short piece that extends across front. Below is the slit for the bag. A round hole extends through upper front flap and back to place bag on a knob in an automobile. Printed on side with short flap is abstract illustration of large green forest with lake in foreground and white mountains against a blue background at top section. Printed on diagonal in white letters at center: help keep / the northwest / clean & beautiful. Alcoa logo printed at lower left; recycling logo printed at lower right. Printed at bottom center in small white letters: Vancouver and / Wenatchee, Washington
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    [wooded landscape]
    Creation Date: 1947-1974
    Catalog ID: C1986.43.0.183
    12 Negative images of a wooded area, location unknown.
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    [Felling a Tree with a Wolf Saw at Maine Logging Camp, Hood Canal]
    Creation Date: Nov. 29, 1929
    Catalog ID: 2012.131.5
    Call Number: 2012.131.5
    Black and white photographic image of 2 loggers using a 36 inch Wolf power saw to fell a Douglas fir tree at the Maine Logging Camp on Hood Canal, Western Washington, Nov. 29, 1929. Another logger stands behind them holding an ax in his hand. Tom Pomeroy Collection