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Name JUDD, C. L. (Charles LeRoy)

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Image of 2002.132.A,B - Alexander Beach, Anacortes, WA

2002.132.A,B - Alexander Beach, Anacortes, WA

Colorized photo of Alexander Beach by C. L. Judd, c. 1910; appears to be framed by Judd; white ink used to sign his name is transferred in part to the glass. Purchased by Mrs. Theo Haroldson for $2; matted and rebacked 2002, still in original frame.

Image of 2003.090.003 - Lowman family

2003.090.003 - Lowman family

Family photo:Jack Lowman's Great Grandpa Jacob Wasserman Lowman (b. 14 May 1837, d. 9 Nov 1916) and Great Grandma Nancy Ann Shigley Lowman ( b.8 Oct. 1839 d.6 March 1934, they are buried at Grandview Cemetery, Sec A, lot 47, plot 3 and 4); 2 men and one woman, unidentified

Image of 2003.090.027 -

2003.090.027 -

Orca whale lying on a scow 50 feet long and 16 feet wide. Standing on the fin of the monster is Joe White, now of Cordova Alaska. White was then foreman of the Porter Fish company's cannery at Anacortes. On the body of the whale stands the late Tom Lancaster, who was a steamboat engineer and an old-time resident of Anacortes; Bert Butts, then captain of the Setrocana and now captain of the tug Daniel Kern; and Fred Fulton, then manager of the Porter Fish company's plant here. Mr. Fulton is still manager of the plant, now owned by the Northwestern Fisheries. The whale was killed during the latter part of July, 1914, in the Porter Fish company's trap at Cypress reef. He got into the trap a

Image of D.I.015 - unknown

D.I.015 - unknown

Two unidentified babies seated in carved chair. Both children are dressed in long white gowns.

Image of D.I.043.003 - unknown

D.I.043.003 - unknown

Portrait of an unidentified woman and her baby. Woman is turned 3/4 to her right looking at the baby who is standing in front of her or sitting on the mother's arm. Portrait is from mid torso up. NOTE: This is probably under the wrong #...

Image of D.III.039.A,B - GAR General Emory Post 68

D.III.039.A,B - GAR General Emory Post 68

The Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) organized in 1866 as a fraternal organization for Union veterans of the Civil War. Dedicated to the commemoration of dead comrades, the G.A.R. created "Decoration Day" on the last Sunday of each May to remember those from the Union Army who had fallen; by the early 1900s, the event became known as Memorial Day. Anacortes' chapter of the G .A. R., General Emory Post 68, formed in 1891 and was named for General William Emory (1811-1887) who commanded the Nineteenth Army Corps during the Civil War. [See 7-16-1891, ANACORTES AMERICAN]. This photo shows the oval portraits of members of Post 68, and lists the units they served with. .001 Frank E. Wilson,

Image of D.IX.159 - CHALLENGE

D.IX.159 - CHALLENGE

The tugboat CHALLENGE. Built in 1890.

Image of D.VII.015 - Haying on the Ball farm

D.VII.015 - Haying on the Ball farm

Haying on John Ball farm

Image of D.VII.021 - farm on Griffin Slough

D.VII.021 - farm on Griffin Slough

Oat and hay warehouse on Griffins Slough

Image of D.X.028.001.A,B - Weaverling Spit road

D.X.028.001.A,B - Weaverling Spit road

Charles Judd photo of wagon bridge over Fidalgo Bay, taken from Weaverling Spit. The spit was named for James and Frances Weaverling who settled on the west side of Fidalgo Bay in the late-1870s. It became a popular picnic and camping spot in the early 1900s, often called Sunrise Park, and served as the meeting place for many Old Settler's Picnics (Pioneer Picnic). The view looks east towards March's Point. Massey farm is visible on west side of March's Point, just above, and to the right of entrance to bridge. The Fidalgo wagon bridge was built in 1890. The 3-4-1890 ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Work will begin tomorrow on the construction of a wagon bridge alongside the RR bridge at the hea

Image of D.X.028.002 -

D.X.028.002 -

Charles Judd photo of two bridges over Fidalgo Bay, taken from Weaverling Spit. The spit was named for James and Frances Weaverling who settled on the west side of Fidalgo Bay in the late-1870s. It became a popular picnic and camping spot in the early 1900s, often called Sunrise Park, and served as the meeting place for many Old Settler's Picnics (Pioneer Picnic). The view looks east towards March's Point. The wagon bridge, left, was built in 1890. The 3-4-1890 ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Work will begin tomorrow on the construction of a wagon bridge alongside the RR bridge at the head of Fidalgo Bay at Munk's place, Mr. Tebo has the contract." Munks farm is visible at end of wagon bridge.

Image of D.X.042 - Heart Lake

D.X.042 - Heart Lake

Heart Lake. 1905 row boat and shoreline (cove) good reflections. Note: On Charles LeRoy Judd early Anacortes photographer: 1905 Judd purchased the studio from Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Schwartz and moved building to 5th Streeet. Later building was ocuppied by Adam Karj.

Image of D.X.055 -

D.X.055 -

Photo taken by C.L. Judd, of Mt. Baker and the islands, 1916-1917. Lower right corner is printed: "MT. BAKER B" . Similiar in composition and positioning as 2006.069 "ANACORTES A" and 2009. "ANACORTES C"

Image of D.X.115 -

D.X.115 -

Cap Sante and Anacortes from Guemes Island

Image of WF 0977 - Dorothy DeRush

WF 0977 - Dorothy DeRush

1922 Anacortes High School Girls Basketball team member Dorothy DeRush.

Image of WF 0546 - March's Point

WF 0546 - March's Point

Charles Judd photo showing road on northwest tip of March's Point. View looks west across Fidalgo Bay toward Anacortes. March's Point was originally mapped as Sachem Point by Charles Wilkes's 1842 U. S. Exploring Expedition. The point was of great significance to the region's Indian tribes, who had several villages on the point and regularly burned over the point's natural prairie lands to encourage the growth of native edible plants. The first recorded white to settle on the tip of this point was O. V. Russell. A "quiet, peaceable, harmless old man", Russell was found "cruelly and barbarously murdered on the beach at his residence" on 7-29-1863. [P. R. Jeffcott, NOOKSACK TAILS AND TRAILS, p.

Image of WF 0547 - Fidalgo Bay bridges

WF 0547 - Fidalgo Bay bridges

Charles Judd photo of two bridges over Fidalgo Bay, taken from Weaverling Spit. The spit was named for James and Frances Weaverling who settled on the west side of Fidalgo Bay in the late-1870s. It became a popular picnic and camping spot in the early 1900s, often called Sunrise Park, and served as the meeting place for many Old Settler's Picnics (Pioneer Picnic). The view looks east towards March's Point. The wagon bridge, left, was built in 1890. The 3-4-1890, ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Work will begin tomorrow on the construction of a wagon bridge alongside the RR bridge at the head of Fidalgo Bay at Munk's place, Mr. Tebo has the contract." Munks farm is visible at end of wagon bridge.

Image of WF 0548 - Fidalgo wagon bridge

WF 0548 - Fidalgo wagon bridge

Charles Judd photo of wagon bridge over Fidalgo Bay, taken from Weaverling Spit. The spit was named for James and Frances Weaverling who settled on the west side of Fidalgo Bay in the late-1870s. It became a popular picnic and camping spot in the early 1900s, often called Sunrise Park, and served as the meeting place for many Old Settler's Picnics (Pioneer Picnic). The view looks east toward March's Point. Massey farm is visible on west side of March's Point, just above, and to the right of entrance to bridge. The Fidalgo wagon bridge was built in 1890. The 3-4-1890, ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Work will begin tomorrow on the construction of a wagon bridge alongside the RR bridge at the hea

Image of WF 0978 - Helen Jordan

WF 0978 - Helen Jordan

1922 Anacortes High School Girls Basketball team member Helen Jordan.

Image of D.VII.003 -

D.VII.003 -

Oat and hay warehouse on Griffin's Slough