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    Summit Inn - Stevens Pass - In Winter
    Creation Date: 1941
    Catalog ID: 1986.66.1.106
    Call Number: 1986.66.1.106
    Photograph of cars parked in front of the Summit Inn at Stevens Pass. Snow on roof of log building and long icicles dangling from roof. Several people in foreground milling about with skis. Postcard. Ellis Postcard Co., photographer. Jerrie Vanderhouwen Collection
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    25 years of great skiing, K2 1962-1981
    Creation Date: 1987
    Catalog ID: 2000.1.38
    Call Number: EPH-B/796.93/K1t/1987
    Color illustrated poster (47x57 cm.) celebrating 25th anniversary of K2 ski company. Illustration features skiers in powder with mountains in background. Painting by Thomas William Jones. Dated 1987. Ephemera.
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    Ninth annual tournament (open tournament)
    Creation Date: 1938
    Catalog ID: S1992.2.15
    Call Number: EPH/796.93/Se18n/1938
    Scorecard (23.5x11 cm.) for Seattle Ski Club tournament at Snoqualmie Summit, Sunday, March 6, 1938. Black type on tan paper. Lists contestants' names and home towns. Includes advertising Ephemera.
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    Admit one good sport to championship ski tournament Leavenworth, Wash., February 23, 1930...
    Creation Date: 1930
    Catalog ID: 1997.10.34
    Call Number: EPH/796.93/AD65a/1930
    Admission tag. 1 card; 14cm.; col.; contestants listed on back
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    Program, U.S. Olympics and national championships, 1935, Rainier Nat'l Park, Washington
    Creation Date: 1935
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.2.41
    Call Number: EPH/979./77821/W279p/1935
    [8p.]; ill.; 23cm; Col. ill. program; includes officials for Washington Ski Club and Washington State Olympic Ski Committee
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    [Easton, Wash., R.R. men skied to reach snowed in trains on Stampede Pass]
    Creation Date: ca. 1916
    Catalog ID: 1998.33.12
    Call Number: 1998.33.12
    Five men standing in a row on snowskis. Writing on back of photo reads: "Easton Wash RR men skied to reach snowed in trains on Stampede Pass."
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    [Nalley tri-pac dippers box]
    Creation Date: 1974-1975
    Catalog ID: 2011.142.63
    Merchandising box to contain 9 oz of Nalley tri-pack dippers potato chips, 1974-1975. Made of thin cardboard. On front is color photo of red bowl of the chips, set against textured red orange background. Insert of illustration of person snowskiing with offer to save $1.00 on ski lift tickets. Printed on back of box is map of ski areas participating in the offer in Washington State, and surrounding states and provinces in Canada. Printed on sides is information about skiing, telephone numbers for ski reports, and coupon for the $.100 discount. Box is flattened.
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    Creation Date: ca. 1945
    Catalog ID: 1996.62.1
    Large matchbook made by University Match Corporation, Seattle, WA, ca. 1945. Made of thick paper, rectangular, with flap folded over in front. Printed on front is polychromatic illustration of Mt. Rainier with glaciers and trees in front. Printed on back is polychromatic illustration of Mt. Rainier above lodge. Printed on inside of matchbook is polychromatic illustration of Mt. Rainier with "Fairy Pool" below. Names of lodges printed below. On right are near round orange illustrations of figures skiing, mountain climbing, and fishing. Lowest illustration is of a bear.
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    [pennant supporting Summit Inn, Snoqualmie Pass Highway, WA]
    Creation Date: ca. 1950 - 1960s
    Catalog ID: 2016.24.24
    Pennant supporting Summit Inn, Snoqualmie Pass Highway, WA, ca. 1950s - 1960s. Made of triangular piece of felt that is pink on front, white on back and with black print. On front, within circle is illustration of man skiing on slope with mountain and trees in background. Male is blond, wearing red jacket, blue pants, and yellow gloves. Black vertical stripe with four horizontal slits near wide end. Printed inside circle: SUMMIT INN. Printed on front: SNOQUALMIE PASS/ U.S. HIGHWAY 10-WASH.
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    "Let's take the snow train: Milwaukee Road ski bowl"
    Creation Date: [ca. 1950]
    Catalog ID: 2003.3.7
    Call Number: EPH/385.066/M648L/1950
    brochure, advertisement, titled: "Let's take the snow train: Milwaukee Road ski bowl," includes color illustrations related to winter recreation and snow skiing, distributed by the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, ca. 1950, to promote railroad travel on the Milwaukee train from Seattle and Tacoma to Snoqualmie Pass and the Alpine Ski Bowl Lodge. Text describes SeattleTimes Ski School lessons, lodge accommodations, and large group"snow parties." Text includes the following statement: "No Liquor or gambling allowed on the snow train, in the lodge or the ski bowl area."