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    [Andrew J. Chambers]
    Creation Date: 1870-1885
    Catalog ID: C2017.0.32
    Photographic portrait, head and shoulders, of Thurston County resident and pioneer Andrew J. Chambers. He is an elderly man, with hair parted at the side and a full white beard. He is wearing a suit with wide lapels, a white shirt and bow tie. Chambers lived on Chambers Prairie in what is now Lacey, WA.
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    [Andrew Chambers barn]
    Creation Date: 1910-1920
    Catalog ID: 2014.0.15
    Photograph of the barn of Andrew J. Chambers of Chambers Prairie, W.T., present-day Lacey, WA, Thurston County. In the foreground is a field. The barn is in the background and is in poor condition. The inscription states that this barn was used as a stockade in 1853 [year is incorrect, should be 1855-1856]
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    Andrew Chambers Residence, Chambers Prairie
    Creation Date: Jul. 1, 1909
    Catalog ID: C1968.70.5
    Photograph of a two-story house, identified as the Andrew Chambers Residence, Chambers Prairie, Lacey, WA, Thurston County. A porch with slender columns wraps around the 3 visible sides. Vines club up the columns and along the eaves of the porch. There are several pieces of furniture on the porch. The house is surrounded by mature live oaks. In front of the house, and to its side, is a white picket fence with an opening towards the house. Tall grass grows outside the fence. There is a mailbox with the number 17 on it.
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    [Andrew Chambers at the White House, Olympia]
    Creation Date: 1860-1870
    Catalog ID: C1952.226.40
    Photograph of a group of men. One is identified as Thurston County Pioneer Andrew Chambers. They are standing in front of a brick building identified as the White House, a local hotel. It has a set of steps leading to a wooden doorway. The men are wearing suits. Two have beards and the third a mustache.
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    [Maggie Chambers Calhoun]
    Creation Date: ca. 1875-1900
    Catalog ID: C1952.197.3
    Call Number: C1952.197.3
    Photographic portrait of young woman, head and shoulder view, facing slightly to left, identified as Maggie Chambers Calhoun, daughter of Andrew Chambers of Chambers Prairie, Thurston County. She wears a dark jacket with an oval pin with a portrait of a woman at the neck of her jacket. Her hair is pulled to the back and off her forehead.
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    Chambers Mill on Chambers Creek
    Creation Date: 1880-1900
    Catalog ID: 430
    Oil painting, "Chambers Mill on Chambers Creek," artist unknown. Painted on board. Painting of Chambers Mill on Chambers Creek by unknown artist, 1880-1900. The mill stands next to the creek which meanders into the distance. The area is wooded, except for the foreground which is filled with tree stumps.
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    [David Chambers]
    Creation Date: 1890-1900
    Catalog ID: C2013.18.143
    Photograph, head and shoulders, of David Chambers, pioneer of Lacey, W.T., Thurston County. Mr. Chambers is clean-shaven, wearing a suit with black tie. He has white hair.
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    [Andrew Jackson]
    Creation Date: ca. 1890
    Catalog ID: C2013.18.54
    Photographic portrait, waist length, of Tenino, WA, Thurston County resident Andrew Jackson. He has a full graying beard and is wearing a heavy double breasted coat jacket.
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    [David Chambers]
    Creation Date: 1890-1900, 1890-1900
    Catalog ID: C1953.18.10
    Call Number: photo B
    Charcoal drawing, based on a photograph, of David Chambers, pioneer of Lacey, W.T., Thurston County. Mr. Chambers is clean-shaven, wearing a suit with black tie. He has white hair. Rogers Studio, photographer, 1890-1900.
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    [Andsworth H. Chambers]
    Creation Date: ca. 1889
    Catalog ID: C2017.0.31
    Photographic portrait, head and shoulders, of Olympia, W.T., Thurston County resident Andsworth H. Chambers. He is a young to middle-aged man. His dark hair is parted on the side and he has a full but trimmed beard. He is wearing a jacket and vest, white shirt with polka-dot tie. Mr. Chambers was a member of the pioneer Chambers family, a butcher, developer of the Chambers Block in Olympia, and a mayor.