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Name STAPP, Charles

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Image of 2007.034 - Booklet

2007.034 - Booklet

11-page, booklet titled "History of United States Post Offices at Fidalgo and Anacortes." Assembled and typed by Mrs. Elizabeth M. Dwelley, Public Stenographer. Stapled together.

Image of 2007.035.001 - Telegram

2007.035.001 - Telegram

Western Union Telegram to Charles Stapp with congratulations for Anacortes' win of an Honor Flag from Lynch Gerneral, Chairman Twelfth District.

Image of 2007.035.002 - Letter

2007.035.002 - Letter

Letter from Chairman of Liberty Loan Committee to Charles Stapp regarding Anacortes' Liberty Loan quota.

Image of 2007.035.003 - Letter

2007.035.003 - Letter

Letter from Liberty Loan Committee Chairman to Charles Stapp regarding assignment of Anacortes' quota, $88,000 of Skagit County's $570,800 quota.

Image of 2007.035.004 - Letter

2007.035.004 - Letter

Letter from the Liberty Loan Committee's Commercial Secretary to Charles Stapp regarding congratulations for Honor Flag.

Image of fic.0739 - Charles or Dick Stapp

fic.0739 - Charles or Dick Stapp

Dickinson W. "Dick" Stapp (1919-2003) is shown in military uniform petting a cat in front of a house. Dick had very bright red hair. He was brother of Charles P. "Stappie" Stapp Jr. (1910-2002).

Image of WF 6539.032-.038 - ?, Gus Dalstead, Laverne Deane, Charles Stapp

WF 6539.032-.038 - ?, Gus Dalstead, Laverne Deane, Charles Stapp

The Post Office at 6th and Commercial was remodeled in 1963. A rededication ceremony was held on July 12, 1963. The U.S. Navy Band out of Seattle played, and a Marine color guard from Whidbey Naval Air Station raised the flag. Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson gave the highlight address. Other dignitaries were former postmaster Gus Dalstead, postmaster Lavern Deane, Mayor Don McDugle, regional director of General Services Administration A. W. Walker, and regional director of the Postal Department James Symbol. An open house was held at the post office for the public, and a social hour and dinner was attended at the Elks Club by postmasters, wives, and invited guests. Left to right: unknow

Image of WF 6542.001-.003 - Gus Dalstead, Laverne Deane, Charles Stapp

WF 6542.001-.003 - Gus Dalstead, Laverne Deane, Charles Stapp

The Post Office at 6th and Commercial was remodeled in 1963. A rededication ceremony was held on July 12, 1963. The U.S. Navy Band out of Seattle played, and a Marine color guard from Whidbey Naval Air Station raised the flag. Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson gave the highlight address. Other dignitaries were former postmaster Gus Dalstead, postmaster Lavern Deane, Mayor Don McDugle, regional director of General Services Administration A. W. Walker, and regional director of the Postal Department James Symbol. An open house was held at the post office for the public, and a social hour and dinner was attended at the Elks Club by postmasters, wives, and invited guests. .001 - Gus Dalstead

Image of 2017.029.008 - Jack Dempsey and Charles Stapp

2017.029.008 - Jack Dempsey and Charles Stapp

Guemes Island resident Charles Stapp had his photo taken with boxing champion Jack Dempsey and Jack Dempsey's Restaurant on Broadway in New York City. Date is unknown. Jack Dempsey is in the center.