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    [Miniature building for a Moravian Christmas putz]
    Creation Date: ca. 1915-1930
    Catalog ID: 2013.167.5
    Miniature building from a Moravian Christmas putz , ca. 1915-1930; made by Roland Borhek and Bud Borhek. Made of thin pieces of wood (apple crate wood). Building in shape of a castle, with two turrets and crennelated roof edges. Small narrow windows on towers and above gate. Sides are painted gray with black lines to indicate edges of stones or bricks. Tops of towers are painted red, are the two roof structures. Removeable roof section at center of top shows wire below for lighting of structure. Nails extend from peaks of towers and roof, presumably to hold flags.
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    Catalogue: Indian curios, furs, rugs, etc.
    Creation Date: [ca. 1912]
    Catalog ID: 1997.10.42
    Call Number: EPH/970.3/H867c/1912
    24p.; ill.; 17.3cm; col. ill. wraps. Catalog for the Hudson Bay Fur Co., Inc., a Seattle, WA business, ca.1912. Cover depicts Northwest Indians paddling a canoe. A toem pole is on the right side. Ephemera.. Listed inside are ivory carvings, silver jewelry, Chilkat blandets, Navajo blankets and rugs, fur pelts, moccasins, mucklucks, Attu baskets, Klickitat baskets, cedar bark mats, apple face Skookum Indian dolls, sterling souvenir spoons,, Alaska gold nugget jewelry, totem pole jewelry and genuine ivory carvings.
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    The Old Town Fruit Farm, Wenatchee, Wash., 1921. Ellsworth France, prop.
    Creation Date: 1921
    Catalog ID: 2009.0.87
    Call Number: 2009.0.87
    Black and white 1921 photo image of The Old Town Fruit Farm, Wenatchee, WA, with Ellsworth France, Proprietor. This image shows an apple orchard with a dirt road running alone side, and barren hills in the background. In the right foreground is a man in a dark suit (possibly Ellsworth France) next to a rather large sign with the following words: Wenatchee Valley Apples /Grown on (than the brand symbol of the farm)/ The Old Town Fruit Farm. Ellsworth France Prop. Wenatchee, Wash. In the top left corner of the photo are some utility lines.
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    Nuchief Washington Apples
    Creation Date: 1957
    Catalog ID: 2017.88.4
    Call Number: EPH/634.11/N883o/1957
    One label, 22 x 26 cm., for Nuchief brand Okanogan apples from Cooperative Growers of Okanogan, distributed by Nuchief Sales, Wenatchee, WA., marketing dept. of Northwest Wholesale, Inc., 1957. There is an illustration of a North American Indian child in a feathered headdress holding a large red apple in one hand and a tomahawk in the other on the right side of the label with a framed insert reading 'Okanogan Apples' with orchards and mountains on the left side. White or blue lettering on a dark blue background. "Produce of the U.S.A. Contents one volume bushel." Ephemera
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    [potholder advertising Juanita PTA in Kirkland, WA 2.8.25]
    Creation Date: 2000-2013
    Catalog ID: 2014.6.2
    Potholder in shape of apple, advertising Juanita PTA, Lake Washington School District in Kirkland WA 2000-2013. Front made of white cross-stitch fabric with illustration of schoolhouse, with a bell tower, next to a flag pole and US flag cross-stitched in red, white, gray, gold, and blue. Above illustration in black thread: Juanita PTA/Kirkland, WA. Below illustration in black thread: 2.8.25. Back of potholder made of red fabric with all-over white dots. Shape is bound in red to include a loop at top.
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    Pacific Chief Northwest Apples
    Creation Date: 1951
    Catalog ID: 2017.88.3
    Call Number: EPH/634.11/C49p/1951
    One label, 22 x 26 cm., for Pacific Chief Northwest Apples from Cinelli & Co., Yakima and Wenatchee, WA, 1951. With an illustration of a shirtless Plains Indian man wearing a feathered headdress and leggings. He has his right arm raised as he stands above a valley with rows of fruit trees and snow-covered mountains in the background. A picture of a large red delicious apple with stem and green leaves is on the right side of the label. Contents one bushel. Main title in white or yellow letters against red with blue printing at the bottom of the label. Ephemera
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    Creation Date: 1995-1996
    Catalog ID: 2004.3.1
    Placard made from a piece of cardboard, painted in yellow, red, green, and black. Made by a homeless person to solicit money. At the top are yellow circles on a red background and the words "please help/hungry/homeless. In the center are a brown figure with green wings and two buildings outlined in red. In this section, the words are "love is the answer/homelss/be my neig[h]bor/hunger hurts/we all need help we all need each other/ please help/jobless." At the bottom are the words "please help/broke" in black on a red background. The homeless person was in front of the Red Apple store in the Wallingford District of Seattle.
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    Wenatchee Ave. from Palouse St., Wenatchee, Wash.
    Creation Date: ca. 1930
    Catalog ID: 1988.40.3
    Call Number: 1988.40.3
    Black and white, fairly distant photographic image looking down the center of Wenatchee Avenue from Palouse Street in Wenatchee, Chelan County, WA, ca. 1930. Several automobiles are parked and driving on the street. A large replica of an apple and pennants hang over the center of the street. Three women are near the sidewalk in front of the Wenatchee Drug Co. on the first floor of the Olympia Hotel at image left edge. Signs in image right include Wenatchee Furniture, and a sign for Dr. Lester, Veterinary Surgeon on top of the building near image right edge. The view is similar to 1988.40.2
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    [potholder representing Happy Valley PTA]
    Creation Date: 2000-2013
    Catalog ID: 2014.6.7
    Potholder in shape of an apple, made by Andrea Keskey and showing support for the Happy Valley PTA, Bellingham, WA, 2000-2013. Made of red and white fabric with machine appliqued yellow stem and two appliqued green leaves at top of shape, on both front surface and back surface. Red cloth has small white heart design overall. Handwritten in black ink on front surface: Happy Valley PTA/Bellingham, WA. Machine printed paper label pinned to back of potholder: Created by / Andrea Keskey / Happy Valley PTA/2319 Yew St. Rd./Bellingham, WA. 98226
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    [Miniature building for a Moravian Christmas putz]
    Creation Date: ca. 1915-1930
    Catalog ID: 2013.167.3
    Miniature building from a Moravian Christmas putz , ca. 1915-1930; made by Roland Borhek and Bud Borhek. Made of thin pieces of wood (apple crate wood). Building in shape of a windmill (a) with removeable roof (b). Windmill has high tower at front with curved door and painted black frame windows on front. A copper colored top from a Christmas candle chime mounted on top front serves as the mill's blades. Behind the tower is a white building with a red roof. One half of the roof is removeable to show music box. Extending from the back of the box is a long white vinyl, electric cord with black cap.