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Name LUNSFORD, Floyd

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Image of 2014.011.054 - Letter, Form

2014.011.054 - Letter, Form

A letter from Men and Women against Prohibition was sent to Floyd Lunsford thanking him for his support of the defeat of Initiative No. 13 which would have prohibited the sale of wine and beer and the drinking of it in public places. The initiative was presented to the Legislature in August 1946. Literature from the organization was enclosed for distribution, and Mr. Lunsford was encouraged to thank the local paper if it editorialized against the initiative.

Image of 2014.011.001.001 - Pamphlet

2014.011.001.001 - Pamphlet

In 1948 Prohibitionists in Washington State tried to prohibit the sale of beer and wine in taverns, groceries, and restaurants. This 16-page pamphlet was prepared and distributed by the Citizens Liquor Control Council, Inc., "an organization of Washington citizens, devoted to liquor control that is in the public interest, and opposed to the return of prohibition." Mr. Clayton Kirkpatrick of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE wrote a series of articles about the "dry" states of Kansas, Oklahoma, and Mississippi and the reality of how "wet" they actually were. These articles are the backbone of the pamphlet, with remarks in red included by the council. The initiative failed. This pamphlet was mailed to F

Image of 2014.011.001.002 - Envelope

2014.011.001.002 - Envelope

This envelope was mailed to Floyd L. Lunsford, 1105 K Avenue, Anacortes, WA, in 1948 by the Men and Women Against Prohibition at 1218 New Washington Hotel, Seattle 1, WA . It contained a pamphlet titled "The Mockery of Prohibition." In 1948 Prohibitionists in Washington State tried to prohibit the sale of beer and wine in taverns, groceries, and restaurants. This 16-page pamphlet was prepared and distributed by the Citizens Liquor Control Council, Inc., "an organization of Washington citizens, devoted to liquor control that is in the public interest, and opposed to the return of prohibition." Mr. Clayton Kirkpatrick of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE wrote a series of articles about the "dry" states

Image of 2014.011.035.001-.002 - Correspondence

2014.011.035.001-.002 - Correspondence

On June 23, 1948, Roy Maricich wrote a letter to Floyd and Frances Lunsford. The return address is "c/o Peninsula Packing Co., M.S. La Merced, False Pass, Alaska, Boat (Iceland)". The Lunsfords lived at 1105 K Avenue in Anacortes. Roy wrote about the terrible weather and fishing they were experiencing, face hair that was growing or shaved off, the beauty of Alaska, and the lack of good mail service.

Image of 2014.011.036.001 - Card, Congratulatory

2014.011.036.001 - Card, Congratulatory

On June 1, 1948, Von Fontaine sent "Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lee Lunsford, Jr." a congratulatory card on the birth of their baby. Roy (Maricich ?) was the uncle.

Image of 2014.011.036.002 - Envelope

2014.011.036.002 - Envelope

On June 1, 1948, Von Fontaine sent "Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lee Lunsford, Jr." a congratulatory card on the birth of their baby. Roy (Maricich ?) was the uncle. The envelope was postmarked Vista, CA.

Image of 2014.011.033.001 - Envelope

2014.011.033.001 - Envelope

In 194? a thank you note was sent from Mrs. F.G. Mitchell of Rt. 1, Dayline, LA to Mrs. Floyd Lunsford, Jr. of 11th and K Ave. in Anacortes in this envelope.

Image of 2014.011.033.002 - Notecard

2014.011.033.002 - Notecard

In 194? a thank you note was sent from Mrs. T.G. Mitchell of Rt. 1, Dayline, LA to Mrs. Floyd Lunsford, Jr. of 11th and K Ave. "Dear Fran and Floyd, Tom and I want to tank you so very much for the lovely salt and pepper shakers. They are so beautiful and will certainly enhance our table. It was so kind of you to remember us and we do appreciate it. It's certainly a grand feeling to know we have so many nice friends. Love, Annette Mitchell

Image of 1997.080 - Storvik Park groundbreaking

1997.080 - Storvik Park groundbreaking

Photograph used in article in ANACORTES AMERICAN, April 6, 1972. "Ground Breaking -- Work on the John Storvik Municipal Playground on 32nd Street got under way Monday and on hand to take part in the groundbreaking ceremonies were a large turnout of city officials and members of the John Storvik family. Holding shovels and turning over the ground from the left were Park Commission Chairman, Ray Separovich, Mayor Jim Rice and Norine "Bootie" Anderson Rieger, niece of Storvik. Others joining in the ceremonies were Chamber President Arnell Johnson, Councilmen Clyde Cook, Dr. L. E. Nicholson, Gary Nelson (6th from left, tall man in back), and Floyd Lunsford (5th from left with hat), Bob Harr, Di

Image of 2008.057.002 - Island View Fifth Grade Mr. Lunsford

2008.057.002 - Island View Fifth Grade Mr. Lunsford

BW photocopy of Island View class picture, Grade 5. Teacher: Mr. Lunsford.

Image of WF 2639.001.A,B - Floyd Lunsford, AHS band director

WF 2639.001.A,B - Floyd Lunsford, AHS band director

Floyd Lunsford was the band director at Anacortes High School from c. 1948-1955. See WF 2749.

Image of WF 2639.002 - Floyd Lunsford, AHS band director

WF 2639.002 - Floyd Lunsford, AHS band director

Floyd Lunsford was the band director at Anacortes High School from c. 1948-1955. See WF 2749.

Image of WF 2639.003 - Floyd Lunsford, AHS band director

WF 2639.003 - Floyd Lunsford, AHS band director

Floyd Lunsford was the band director at Anacortes High School from c. 1948-1955. See WF 2749.

Image of WF 2639.004 - Floyd Lunsford, AHS band director

WF 2639.004 - Floyd Lunsford, AHS band director

Floyd Lunsford was the band director at Anacortes High School from c. 1948-1955. See WF 2749.

Image of WF 2639.005 - Floyd Lunsford, AHS band director

WF 2639.005 - Floyd Lunsford, AHS band director

Floyd Lunsford was the band director at Anacortes High School from c. 1948-1955. See WF 2749.

Image of WF 2910 - "Snafu" - c. 1943-52

WF 2910 - "Snafu" - c. 1943-52

The play "Snafu" was on December 17, 1946 at the Empire Theater. Snafu was a military term that rose from the ranks during World War II and stood for, "Situation Normal, All F----- Up." Directed by Mr. George Stockman, the cast members included BESSNER, Annette, SUMEY, Barbara, MORRISON, Marilyn, WINTER, John, LIAN, Tom, HAWKINGS, Joanne, SPARKS, Lois, ANDERSON, Eugene, BERENTSON, Duane, JURKOVICH, John, TWETEN, Dick, HAGLUND, Vic, CHRISTOPHERSON, Dale, CLAUSIUS, Shirley, MORELOCK, Jack, SURYAN, Betty, BURGETT, Lloyd. The stage crew included GRAHAM, Don, LUNDGAARD, Gene, SEMAN, Vladimir, CHRISTOPHERSON, Kenny, WISEMAN, Floyd, FUNK, Charles, DUCKETT, Oleta, BROSTROM, Berdena, MEAGHER, Kat

Image of WF 2908 - "Snafu" - Dec. 17, 1946

WF 2908 - "Snafu" - Dec. 17, 1946

The play "Snafu" was on December 17, 1946 at the Empire Theater. Snafu was a military term that rose from the ranks during World War II and stood for, "Situation Normal, All F----- Up." Directed by Mr. George Stockman, the cast members included BESSNER, Annette, SUMEY, Barbara, MORRISON, Marilyn, WINTER, John, LIAN, Tom, HAWKINGS, Joanne, SPARKS, Lois, ANDERSON, Eugene, BERENTSON, Duane, JURKOVICH, John, TWETEN, Dick, HAGLUND, Vic, CHRISTOPHERSON, Dale, CLAUSIUS, Shirley, MORELOCK, Jack, SURYAN, Betty, BURGETT, Lloyd. The stage crew included GRAHAM, Don, LUNDGAARD, Gene, SEMAN, Vladimir, CHRISTOPHERSON, Kenny, WISEMAN, Floyd, FUNK, Charles, DUCKETT, Oleta, BROSTROM, Berdena, MEAGHER, Kat

Image of WF 2909 - "Snafu" - c. 1943-52

WF 2909 - "Snafu" - c. 1943-52

The play "Snafu" was on December 17, 1946 at the Empire Theater. Snafu was a military term that rose from the ranks during World War II and stood for, "Situation Normal, All F----- Up." Directed by Mr. George Stockman, the cast members included BESSNER, Annette, SUMEY, Barbara, MORRISON, Marilyn, WINTER, John, LIAN, Tom, HAWKINGS, Joanne, SPARKS, Lois, ANDERSON, Eugene, BERENTSON, Duane, JURKOVICH, John, TWETEN, Dick, HAGLUND, Vic, CHRISTOPHERSON, Dale, CLAUSIUS, Shirley, MORELOCK, Jack, SURYAN, Betty, BURGETT, Lloyd. The stage crew included GRAHAM, Don, LUNDGAARD, Gene, SEMAN, Vladimir, CHRISTOPHERSON, Kenny, WISEMAN, Floyd, FUNK, Charles, DUCKETT, Oleta, BROSTROM, Berdena, MEAGHER, Kat

Image of WF 2911 - "Snafu" - c. 1943-52

WF 2911 - "Snafu" - c. 1943-52

The play "Snafu" was on December 17, 1946 at the Empire Theater. Snafu was a military term that rose from the ranks during World War II and stood for, "Situation Normal, All F----- Up." Directed by Mr. George Stockman, the cast members included BESSNER, Annette, SUMEY, Barbara, MORRISON, Marilyn, WINTER, John, LIAN, Tom, HAWKINGS, Joanne, SPARKS, Lois, ANDERSON, Eugene, BERENTSON, Duane, JURKOVICH, John, TWETEN, Dick, HAGLUND, Vic, CHRISTOPHERSON, Dale, CLAUSIUS, Shirley, MORELOCK, Jack, SURYAN, Betty, BURGETT, Lloyd. The stage crew included GRAHAM, Don, LUNDGAARD, Gene, SEMAN, Vladimir, CHRISTOPHERSON, Kenny, WISEMAN, Floyd, FUNK, Charles, DUCKETT, Oleta, BROSTROM, Berdena, MEAGHER, Kat

Image of WF 2912 - "Snafu" - c. 1943-52

WF 2912 - "Snafu" - c. 1943-52

The play "Snafu" was on December 17, 1946 at the Empire Theater. Snafu was a military term that rose from the ranks during World War II and stood for, "Situation Normal, All F----- Up." Directed by Mr. George Stockman, the cast members included BESSNER, Annette, SUMEY, Barbara, MORRISON, Marilyn, WINTER, John, LIAN, Tom, HAWKINGS, Joanne, SPARKS, Lois, ANDERSON, Eugene, BERENTSON, Duane, JURKOVICH, John, TWETEN, Dick, HAGLUND, Vic, CHRISTOPHERSON, Dale, CLAUSIUS, Shirley, MORELOCK, Jack, SURYAN, Betty, BURGETT, Lloyd. The stage crew included GRAHAM, Don, LUNDGAARD, Gene, SEMAN, Vladimir, CHRISTOPHERSON, Kenny, WISEMAN, Floyd, FUNK, Charles, DUCKETT, Oleta, BROSTROM, Berdena, MEAGHER, Kat