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Name 1924

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Image of 1999.031.001 - Book

1999.031.001 - Book

Anacortes High School Yearbook/annual, Rhododendron - 1924

Image of 2005.068.004 - Yearbook

2005.068.004 - Yearbook

1924 Rhododendron (AHS) Anacortes High School yearbook/annual with black cover; includes written autographs.

Image of 2001.085.003 - Yearbook

2001.085.003 - Yearbook

1924 Anacortes High School (AHS) yearbook/annual, Rhododendron. Black hard paper binding w/gold tassel; Wilma Sheahan's copy. Donated by Susan Moses, Wilma A. Fuller Trust c/o Jeannette Nelson.

Image of 2001.087.001 - Yearbook

2001.087.001 - Yearbook

One of four Anacortes High School yearbook/annuals, Rhododendron. 1924. Originally owned by donor's sister, Mary Dobers.

Image of 2005.068.003 - Yearbook

2005.068.003 - Yearbook

1924 Rhododendron (AHS) Anacortes High School yearbook/annual with black cover; inside pages have cut outs.

Image of 2013.088.031 - Label, Product

2013.088.031 - Label, Product

Photocopy of green salmon label. 'Emerald Brand Cohoe Salmon; Puget Sound Salmon caught in salt water; Trade Mark Registered; Empty contents immediately after opening can; Packed by Will A. Lowman, Operating The White Crest Canning Co., Anacortes, Wash. U.S.A." The White Crest Canning Co. was owned by Will A. Lowman from 1900-1928 at L Avenue and 4th Street (1400 4th Street). They canned clams, salmon and cured fish.

Image of 2013.088.038 - Label, Product

2013.088.038 - Label, Product

Photocopy of white salmon label (tall can). "White Crest Brand Sockeye Salmon; Puget Sound; Hand Packed; empty can as soon as opened; Trade Mark Registered; Sockeye Salmon, Packed by Will. A. Lowman, Operating The White Crest Canning Co., Anacortes, Wash." The White Crest Canning Co. was owned by Will A. Lowman from 1900-1928 at L Avenue and 4th Street (1400 4th Street). They canned clams, salmon and cured fish.

Image of 2013.088.039 - Label, Product

2013.088.039 - Label, Product

Photocopy of white salmon label (tall can) similar to 2013.088.038. "White Crest Brand Sockeye Salmon; Puget Sound; Hand Packed; empty can as soon as opened; Trade Mark Registered; Sockeye Salmon, Packed by Will. A. Lowman, Operating The White Crest Canning Co., Anacortes, Wash." The White Crest Canning Co. was owned by Will A. Lowman from 1900-1928 at L Avenue and 4th Street (1400 4th Street). They canned clams, salmon and cured fish.

Image of 2015.037 - Ad, Print

2015.037 - Ad, Print

On November 5, 1924, "THE SEA HAWK" opened in an Everett theater. The ad read, "by Rafael Sabatini with Milton Sills and a cast of thousands including Enid Bennet, Wallace Beery and Lloyd Hughes." The two sided advertisement shows scenes of galley slaves, harem slaves, and swashbucklers. The donors, Jeff and Valerie Holtgeerts, state, "this movie is the source of the A.H.S. team nickname."

Image of WF 10001 - Yearbook

WF 10001 - Yearbook

1924 Rhododendron yearbook from Anacortes High School. Inside is written "Mildred Crowell 28, June 9, 1924."

Image of B.IX.004.A,B,C,D - Yearbook

B.IX.004.A,B,C,D - Yearbook

1924 Anacortes High School annual, the Rhododendron A) Ronald Swartz name inside first page D) Pearl Allan name on first page

Image of 2002.024 - Newspaper-Anacortes American

2002.024 - Newspaper-Anacortes American

Anacortes American, American Bulletin and Anacortes Reporter newspapers from 1911 through 1999 received from Anacortes Public Library. Missing Anacortes Americans for 1934-1938, 1945, 1962 and 1974; only partial collection of 1951 and 1955. Anacortes American and American Bulletin 1911 one box 1912 one box 1913 one box 1914 one box and one bound volume 1915 one bound volume 1916 one bound volume 1917 one box and one bound volume 1918 one box and one bound volume 1919 one box and one bound volume 1920 two bound volumes 1921 two

Image of N.X.002 - Bag, Laundry

N.X.002 - Bag, Laundry

White cotton laundry bag. Used by Laph Goodman for the Anacortes Steam Laundry. Patch on front, drawstring top. Circa 1923. The only city directory where Laph Goodman appears is 1923-1924. He was a shingle packer at gold Medal Shingle Co. and lived at 509 Commercial Avenue.

Image of 1997.352 - Easter Sunday, April 24, 1924, Birmingha, Alabama

1997.352 - Easter Sunday, April 24, 1924, Birmingha, Alabama

"Easter Sunday, April 20, 1924, Birmingham, Ala" . Two women, one boy and one girl. This appears to be three generations. All 3 females are wearing coats and Easter hats. The boy is in a suit with knickers.

Image of D.III.127 - 1924 GAR encampment of WA & AK

D.III.127 - 1924 GAR encampment of WA & AK

42nd Annual Encampment Washington and Alaska Dept. G.A.R. (Grand Army of the Republic). Photograph shows large gathering of men sitting and standing outside brick building in Everett, Washington, June 1924

Image of WF 0963 - 1924 AHS football team

WF 0963 - 1924 AHS football team

Anacortes High School football team of 1924. Standing: Park Gagnon, Archie Sherman, Russell Hansen, Almon Valentine, Lennart Anderson, Iver Moe, Bert Haddon, Henry Babarovich, Coach Welts. Second row: Bill Forrest, Dwinal Smith, Russell Bushey, Paul Shannon, Ainsworth Kruger, Carl Sahlin, Langford White. Front Row: Howard Beasley, Joe Burich, Billy Kasch, Byron Wood.

Image of 2012.106.021 - Ira Earl Cahail, 1924

2012.106.021 - Ira Earl Cahail, 1924

Ira Earl Cahail, 1924. He is standing in a field of flowers (?). I.E. Cahail b. 1881 in Marion, Washington, IOWA, d. 1962

Image of D.III.173.003-.005 - 1924 LaFrance fire engine

D.III.173.003-.005 - 1924 LaFrance fire engine

This 1924 American LaFrance fire engine appears to be housed in a small museum built to the west of the 12th Street Fire Department.