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Image of 2005.068.005 - Yearbook

2005.068.005 - Yearbook

1925 Rhododendron, AHS (Anacortes High School) yearbook/annual with blue cover; pages have cut outs.

Image of 2005.068.006 - Yearbook

2005.068.006 - Yearbook

1925 Rhododendron, AHS (Anacortes High School) yearbook/annual, with blue cover; includes autographs.

Image of 2010.052.001-.004 - Records

2010.052.001-.004 - Records

Receipt dated May 21st 1925 (?) from The Guemes Co. for One hundred and fifty one and 37/100 Dollars for wages in full to date. $515.37, signed by Chas. H. Baer.

Image of 2000.021.020 - Yearbook

2000.021.020 - Yearbook

Yearbook/annual - "Rhododendron" 1925 - Blue with gold lettering "AHS 1925, Shield and colored blossoms on cover. From collection of W. A. Lowman.

Image of 2001.087.002 - Yearbook

2001.087.002 - Yearbook

One of four (AHS) Anacortes High School yearbook/annuals, 1925 Rhododendron. Originally owned by donor's sister, Mary Dobers.

Image of 2001.085.004 - Yearbook

2001.085.004 - Yearbook

1925 Anacortes High School (AHS) yearbook/annual, Rhododendron. Blue hard paper cover; Wilma Sheahan's copy.

Image of WF 10012 - Yearbook

WF 10012 - Yearbook

1925 Anacortes High School annual, the Rhododendron

Image of 2005.020.027 - Membership card

2005.020.027 - Membership card

BUCKS (Birthday Utopian Crippled Kiddie Service) membership card belonging to W A Lowman.

Image of 2013.076.001.001-.003 - Article

2013.076.001.001-.003 - Article

Newspaper article from the October 7, 1925, ANACORTES AMERICAN about the dedication of Pilgrim Congregational Church. Pictures include, top to bottom, Rev. Ralph Kirk (R. K.) Anderson, pastor, Rev. Horace J. Taylor, founder, Rev. J. D. Hudson, pastor 1910-1918, Rev. A. I Ferch, pastor 1918-12/31/1924, and L. O. Baird, State Superintendent of Congregational Churches. On the right side of the article is an invitation extended to all to the dedication, and a copy of the dedication program.

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 2015.050.001 - Blueprint

2015.050.001 - Blueprint

This blueprint for the proposed "old" gym at Anacortes High School was drafted in 1925. It includes east and north elevations, shower rooms for boys and for girls, and a maple floor. It was actually built in 1927 and served for many years as the gymnasium before the "new" gym was built c. 1955. It continued to be used for drama productions until it was demolished in 1975 to make way for Brodniak Hall.

Image of 2015.050.002 - Blueprint

2015.050.002 - Blueprint

This blueprint for the proposed "old" gym at Anacortes High School was drafted in 1925 and includes a cross section view, bleachers, basketball floor, and stage. It was actually built in 1927 and served for many years as the gymnasium before the "new" gym was built c. 1955. It continued to be used for drama productions until it was demolished in 1975 to make way for Brodniak Hall.

Image of B.IX.025 - Yearbook

B.IX.025 - Yearbook

1925 Rhododendron, Anacortes High School

Image of B.IX.026.A,B - Yearbook

B.IX.026.A,B - Yearbook

1925 Anacortes Jr. High Annual - "An-Ju-Hi"

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 D.III.078 - Clark Musical Comedy Co., 1925

D.III.078 - Clark Musical Comedy Co., 1925

Clark Musical Comedy Co. , 1925.

Image of D.III.105 -

D.III.105 -

Class photograph of the eighth grade, 1925 at the Anacortes School. Back row: Clarice Crawford, Lyle Rossman, ?, Robert Murphy, Mullahahan, Lucille Klenponta, Harold Baer, Margie Cox Front row: Sherman Hulett, ?, Kenneth Conrad, Fred Demming, Fred Bell, Bob Brycen, Loring Stetson, Arthur Seels

Image of WF 6001 - Wallie V. Funk (Jr) & Jimmie Funk

WF 6001 - Wallie V. Funk (Jr) & Jimmie Funk

Wallie V. Funk, born April 29, 1922, 3 years 8 months, with brother, James, born January 17, 1925, at 11 months. sons of Wallie and Irene (Brown) Funk; Grandsons of Valentine and Barbara (Miltenberger) Funk.