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Name MONDHAN, Ashley

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Image of 2001.053.006 - Anacortes Fire Dept.  April 1, 1934

2001.053.006 - Anacortes Fire Dept. April 1, 1934

Anacortes Fire Dept., April 1, 1934. Men are standing in front of fire trucks. Names are on back: Milton Cookston, Lew Willaby; Bill Dorcey; Ashley Mondhan; Edward Keepers; William Beal; Chief Les Snider; Assistant Chief Bill Verral; Bill Meirs; Al Sellenthin; Leo Aleson; Fred Fisher; Bill Robertson; Milo Shock; Carl Shock. One of seven photographs -- 3 framed. Donated by Donald S. Strock, 1419 35th Ave., Anacortes.

Image of D.III.026.A,B,C - Anacortes Fire Dept. 1934

D.III.026.A,B,C - Anacortes Fire Dept. 1934

Three trucks and 14 men of the Anacortes Fire Department in front of the Fire Station/City Hall, 5th and O, 1934. (Left to right): Milton Crookston, Lou Willoughby, Bill Dorsey, Ashley Mondhan, Ed Keepers, Bill Beale, Chief Leslie E. Snider, Assistant Chief Bert Verrall, Al Sellenthin, George Olson, Fred Fisher, Bill Robeson, Milo Strock, Carl Strock. The structure was built in 1891 and torn down in the 1950s.

Image of D.III.072 - 1934 Fire Dept

D.III.072 - 1934 Fire Dept

Anacortes Fire Department, c. 1934, located at 1107 5th Street, on south side of 5th Street between O Avenue (southwest corner) and N Avenue. The men are posed in front of the fire hall and are installing a monument. Pictured, left to right: Bert Verrall (Asst. Chief), Milo Strock, Fireman, Chief Les E. Snyder, the remainder of the men were all volunteer firemen: Thor Berlin, Ashley Mondhan, Kenneth "Kay" Asseln, George "Ole" Olson, William "Bill" Beale, Lou Willoughby (water superintendent). Leonard Moore and Margaret Deane Moore on their wedding day, being pulled in the cart with an umbrella. The Anacortes Fire Department also housed the police station, jail and Anacortes City Hall. . T

Image of D.III.076 -

D.III.076 -

Fire Department in front of the fire hall located at 1107 5th Street, on south side of 5th Street between O Avenue (southwest corner) and N Avenue. Picture, left to right: M. Cookstan, L. Willoughby, B. Darcy, A. Mondhan, Ed Kepper, W. Beal, Chief Snider, Assistant Chief B. Verrall, Al Selenthin, G. Olsen, F. Fisher, B. Robinson, M. Strock, C. Strock.

Image of WF 5400 - MONDHAN, Ashley, driving New Wilson Hotel stage

WF 5400 - MONDHAN, Ashley, driving New Wilson Hotel stage

This stage was used by the New Wilson Hotel to transport its guests to and from boats landing at the Ocean Dock in the early 1900s. Ashley Mondhan is the driver. He and his brothers, sons of Hugh and Sarah Mondhan, were professional drivers. Hugh Mondhan's business, initially called Mondhan and Sons, was known as Island Transfer by 1917. The "New Wilson" Hotel, formerly the Hotel Wilson, got its new name in 1911. The April 7, 1911, ANACORTES AMERICAN announced that Hack Whalen and Burnham Freeman of Everett had purchased the Hotel Wilson from Gunderson and Koontz, while Valentine and Barbara Funk still owned the building. The June 20, 1911, issued reported that Whalen and Freeman were making

Image of 2011.031 - Island Transfer Co.

2011.031 - Island Transfer Co.

Standing in front of Island Transfer Co. at 3rd Street and Commercial Avenue are (left to right): Chet Thompson, _____ Hilton, Fred Brown, Ashley Mondhan, unknown. The walkway (sidewalk) in front of the store is concrete and next to the concrete is planking.

Image of 2012.061 -

2012.061 -

Anacortes Fire Department, September 1936, located at 1107 5th Street, on south side of 5th Street between O Avenue (southwest corner) and N Avenue. The men are posed in front of the fire hall. Pictured, left to right: Bert Verrall (Asst. Chief), Milo Strock, Fireman, Chief Lester E. Snyder, the remainder of the men were all volunteer firemen: Thor Berlin, Ashley Mondhan, Carl Strock, Kenneth "Kay" Asseln, George "Ole" Olson, William "Bill" Beale, Lou Willoughby (water superintendent). Leonard Moore and Margaret Deane Moore on their wedding day, being pulled in the fire hose cart with an umbrella. The Anacortes Fire Department also housed the police station, jail and Anacortes City Hall lo