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Name DERBY, Alfred "Al" L.

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Image of 1995.022.002.002 - Document

1995.022.002.002 - Document

Anacortes Chamber of Commerce "Remember These..." special edition to be added inside the 1948 Marineers' Pageant program. Interesting tidbits from the news "History from the Headlines", 1937-1946 Anacortes Chamber of Commerce, officers for 1940: Kenneth B. Teeter, President, G. N. Dalstead, Vice-President, Decatur N. Lacy, Secretary-Treasurer. Board of Directors: Paul Luvera, chairman; Dr. M. B. Alden; James P. V. Fagan; Thomas F. Henwood; Walter W. Keyes; Dr. Lyle D. Packard; Paul A. Workman. Standing Committee: Industrial -- G. N. Dalstead, Chairman; H. T. Cram; Ben Driftmier; James P. V. Fagan; Dr. Roy C. McCartney; W. F. McCracken; Phil Robbins; Ed Schwartz; Paul A. W

Image of 2014.011.020 - Program

2014.011.020 - Program

The senior class of 1944 graduated on May 25 in the High School Gymnasium-Auditorium (which was demolished c. 1975). Those participating in the program included: Glen R. Waldorf - director of High School Band Capt. Jack F. Hallford - Invocation Shirley Raeder - singing "Ave Maria" Doreen Young - playing the flute Tom Brooks - Salutatory address Cameron Schulz - Freedom of Worship Alice Strom - Valedictory address Bill Murray - Freedom from Want Dorren Young and Jimmie Iverson - musical number Mrs. W.V. Wells - director of High School choir Lee Stephenson - Principal of Anacortes High School A. L. Derby - Chairman of Board of Education

Image of 1997.236 - Anacortes City officials

1997.236 - Anacortes City officials

The 1944 Anacortes City Council and the Mayor, Charles Peters (sitting in front of table at right) are posed for this photo. Sitting behind the table, left to right are Councilmen: Tony Mustacich, the next two gentlemen are Mr. Foss and Walter Hammonds but have not been identified as to which is which, Al Derby, then Ferd Brady, Stamley Hatton and Dr. Ed Dodge, Optometrist, is sitting at far right on side of table. Chief of Police Harold Hinshaw is standing in rear row at far left, then Tom McQuarry theWater Superindendant, city Attorney William V. Wells, Sr, Treasurer JSadie Argues and Fire Chief Les Snider. The July 10, 1939 ANACORTES AMERICAN reported that Brady, a "former city counci

Image of WF BUSINESS Genl-JCP6 - J C Penney Co 01/1956

WF BUSINESS Genl-JCP6 - J C Penney Co 01/1956

View of interior of J. C. Penney Co. from above the main floor located at 603 Commercial in Brooks Block. This was the third location for the J. C. Penney Store in Anacortes. The business was not listed in 1917 city directory; 1921 city directory listed Penney's store in Keystone Building at corner of 7th and Commercial. The December 8, 1922 ANACORTES AMERICAN reported: "J. C. Penney will move from current location in Keystone Block to Matheson building" at 718 Commercial. 04-05-1928 ANACORTES AMERICAN reported on Penney's grand opening in the newly completed Brooks Block. Penney's was listed there through 1983 city directories; not listed in 1984 directory. Al Derby, manager of buildin

Image of WF 1832 - 1944 City Council, Mayor, and Police Chief

WF 1832 - 1944 City Council, Mayor, and Police Chief

The 1944 Anacortes City Council and the Mayor, Charles Peters (sitting in front of table at right) are posed for this photo. Sitting behind the table, left to right are Councilmen: Tony Mustacich, the next two gentlemen are Mr. Foss and Walter Hammonds but have not been identified as to which is which, Al Derby, then Ferd Brady, Stanley Hatton and Dr. Ed Dodge, Optometrist, is sitting at far right on side of table. Chief of Police Harold Hinshaw is standing in rear row at far left, then Tom McQuarry the Water Superintendent, city Attorney William V. Wells, Sr, Treasurer Sadie Argues and Fire Chief Les Snider. The July 10, 1939 ANACORTES AMERICAN reported that Brady, a "former city council

Image of WF 2551 - Anacortes Chamber of Commerce in Olympia

WF 2551 - Anacortes Chamber of Commerce in Olympia

This group of men from the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce is posed on the capital in Olympia. They were apparently there to lobby for some local need, probably for roads, i.e. the North Cascades highway. Middle row, fourth from right, is Postmaster Gus Dalstead. Seated left to right: Frank Maryott (?), unknown, unknown, Paul Luvera, Al Derby, unknown. Also in the group are Phil Dybbro, Cornelius Root, and Ben Driftmier.

Image of WF 3724 - DERBY, Al

WF 3724 - DERBY, Al

Al Derby was the manager of the J. C. Penney store at 6th and Commercial from the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s. He was active in the Chamber of Commerce, and was a member of the 1944 Anacortes City Council. His wife's name was Fern. Their son, Don, graduated from Anacortes High School in 1951 and was active in Key Club, Big "A", Red Cross, Pep Club, Annual Staff, drama, band, football, basketball, and baseball.

Image of WF 3725 - DERBY, Al

WF 3725 - DERBY, Al

Al Derby was the manager of the J. C. Penney store at 6th and Commercial from the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s. He was active in the Chamber of Commerce, and was a member of the 1944 Anacortes City Council. His wife's name was Fern. Their son, Don, graduated from Anacortes High School in 1951 and was active in Key Club, Big "A", Red Cross, Pep Club, Annual Staff, drama, band, football, basketball, and baseball.

Image of WF 3726 - DERBY, Al

WF 3726 - DERBY, Al

Al Derby was the manager of the J. C. Penney store at 6th and Commercial from the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s. He was active in the Chamber of Commerce, and was a member of the 1944 Anacortes City Council. His wife's name was Fern. Their son, Don, graduated from Anacortes High School in 1951 and was active in Key Club, Big "A", Red Cross, Pep Club, Annual Staff, drama, band, football, basketball, and baseball.

Image of WF 3727 - DERBY, Al

WF 3727 - DERBY, Al

Al Derby was the manager of the J. C. Penney store at 6th and Commercial from the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s. He was active in the Chamber of Commerce, and was a member of the 1944 Anacortes City Council. His wife's name was Fern. Their son, Don, graduated from Anacortes High School in 1951 and was active in Key Club, Big "A", Red Cross, Pep Club, Annual Staff, drama, band, football, basketball, and baseball.

Image of WF 3728 - DERBY, Al

WF 3728 - DERBY, Al

Al Derby was the manager of the J. C. Penney store at 6th and Commercial from the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s. He was active in the Chamber of Commerce, and was a member of the 1944 Anacortes City Council. His wife's name was Fern. Their son, Don, graduated from Anacortes High School in 1951 and was active in Key Club, Big "A", Red Cross, Pep Club, Annual Staff, drama, band, football, basketball, and baseball.

Image of WF 3729 - DERBY, Al

WF 3729 - DERBY, Al

Al Derby was the manager of the J. C. Penney store at 6th and Commercial from the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s. He was active in the Chamber of Commerce, and was a member of the 1944 Anacortes City Council. His wife's name was Fern. Their son, Don, graduated from Anacortes High School in 1951 and was active in Key Club, Big "A", Red Cross, Pep Club, Annual Staff, drama, band, football, basketball, and baseball.

Image of WF 3730 - DERBY, Al

WF 3730 - DERBY, Al

Al Derby was the manager of the J. C. Penney store at 6th and Commercial from the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s. He was active in the Chamber of Commerce, and was a member of the 1944 Anacortes City Council. His wife's name was Fern. Their son, Don, graduated from Anacortes High School in 1951 and was active in Key Club, Big "A", Red Cross, Pep Club, Annual Staff, drama, band, football, basketball, and baseball.

Image of WF 6690 - Al Derby

WF 6690 - Al Derby

Al Derby was the manager of the J. C. Penney store at 603Commercial from the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s. He was active in the Chamber of Commerce, and was a member of the 1944 Anacortes City Council. His wife's name was Fern. Their son, Don, graduated from Anacortes High School in 1951 and was active in Key Club, Big "A", Red Cross, Pep Club, Annual Staff, drama, band, football, basketball, and baseball.