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    [souvenir tray of Washington State]
    Creation Date: ca. 1955
    Catalog ID: 2010.61.33
    Souvenir tray of Washington State, ca. 1955. Made of metal; round with raised flat edge. On center surface is large map of Washington State with most cities noted by dot and name in gold lettering. Name of state printed in gold color below. Above map of state is color decal of rhododendrons with pink flowers and green leaves. On map are small gold outline forms of attractions in state, including: Grand Coulee Dam, hydroplane, snow skiing, logger and lumber industry related items, tipi, bucking horse and rider, Mount Rainier National Park and Paradise Inn, salmon, tent in woods, freighter ship, and Peace Arch.
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    White Pass, ride the Cascade Mountains' most scenic and thrilling chair lifts!
    Creation Date: 1965
    Catalog ID: 2017.70.2
    Call Number: EPH/979.755/w582W/1965
    One tri-fold brochure (22 x 30 cm.) for White Pass recreation area promoting summer and winter recreational activities. The front of the brochure shows a couple and child riding a chair lift in summer with Mt. Rainier in the background. The back of the brochure has a photograph of a woman skiing and another of a group camping by a lake in the summer. The map on the inside fold shows the best driving routes to the area and lists five highlights: White Pass Village, Ohanapecosh Hot Springs, Rimrock Lake, Stevens Canyon Road, and Paradise Lodge. The inside of the brochure features an illustration of White Pass Village in winter and describes the ski area amenities. Blue and red print on white background.
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    [serving tray for Coca Cola for serving at various events and holidays]
    Creation Date: 1970-1994?
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.277
    Rectangular serving tray made of metal, 1970-1994? Raised sides with curled edges and rounded corners. Underside is dark gray. On outer surface is polychromatic illustration of a woman wearing a black jacket and matching hat with red feather. She is smiling and resting her chin on proper left hand and holding green bottle of Coca Cola in proper right hand. Her attire and hair-do indicate she is from late 1940s or 1950s. Around inner edge are cartoon illustrations of various activities found throughout the year, including: Easter; Halloween; Thanksgiving; wedding; picnic; snow skiing; ice skating; hunting; fishing; football games; baseball games; bird; etc. Tray appears to be a reproduction of an older tray. Printed on sides: Drink/Coca-Cola; Thirst knows no season; Have a Coke
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    [Tumw Met Church/Skiing Chief/Locust Head/"heat" capi. Lk Park/Oly High School/Girl Scouts/"Mug" Whitney Dodge]
    Creation Date: Aug. 17,1967
    Catalog ID: C1986.43.67.8.17.1
    38 Photographic negatives. Three are of the historic Tumwater Methodist Church, Tumwater, WA, Thurston County. Three are of a man possibly identified as Whitney Dodge, otherwise unidentified. Three are of unidentified Girl Scouts. Six are of the head of a locust. Three are of an unidentified school building. The rest show people recreating in a park, unidentified.
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    Mount Rainier's historic inns and lodges
    Creation Date: 2017, 2017, 2017
    Catalog ID: 2017.1.81
    Call Number: 979.77821/An23m/2017
    1 v., 127 p., ill., photos, maps. "Presiding over the Puget Sound region, Mount Rainier has lured adventurers and entrepreneurs to its slopes since the earliest settlers. Visitors rode packhorses or hiked miles to tent "hotels" at Theosophy Ridge, Indian Henry's Hunting Ground, and Ohanapecosh. James Longmire opened Longmire Springs Hotel near bubbling mineral springs. In 1899, Mount Rainier became a national park, and eventually, a motley array of services was consolidated by the Rainier National Park Company, which built National Park Inn and Paradise Inn. Roads, services, and activities expanded, and guests poured in. Winter activities, such as skiing and tobogganing, increased the park's popularity. The 1936 Winter Olympic Ski Trials and training for World War II ski troops were even hosted there. Visitors today might be surprised to know that many inns, rental cabins, bathhouses, and other buildings have come and gone, leaving some areas more pristine now than for much of the park's history"--Page 4 of cover. Cover photo of Paradise Inn with parking lot full of visitors and cars on an early 20th century summer day. Part of the Images of America series. Published in South Carolina in 2017.