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Image of 1996.003.007.A - Calendar

1996.003.007.A - Calendar

Photo is an aerial view, looking south east over Guemes Channel, across town and Fidalgo Bay to March's Point. Calendar - 1949 Transmission Supply; "Power Transmission Equipment - Marine Hardware - Fishing Supplies"; 420 Commercial, Anacortes; Phone 4451. Missing Janaury, November and December, 1949 calendar pages. 1996.003.007.A -- Calendar 1996.003.007.B -- photo on calendar

Image of 2005.008.001 - Yearbook

2005.008.001 - Yearbook

1949 Rhododendron yearbook from AHS (Anacortes High School) with three signatures inner front cover. Red cover, good condition.8"x10"

Image of 2004.046.001 - Certificate, Achievement

2004.046.001 - Certificate, Achievement

Fire Service Traning certificate awarded to J. N. Parsons of Anacortes, From the State Board for Vocation Education, and stamped with the Washington seal. "Fire Service Training State of Washington, State Board for Vocational Education, This Award is issued to J. N. Parsons, Anacortes. Handling Men; Small Tool Practices; Ladder Evolutions; Hose Evolutions; Salvage and Overhaul Evolutions; Stream Evolutions; Motor Maint. and Pumps; Ventilation Evolutions; Rescue Evolutions; Building Inspection. Designating that he has satisfactorily completed the above State Adopted Course of Training related to Firefighting Practices and Techniques and that he has been examined upon each unit. Vali

Image of 2003.091.001 - Program

2003.091.001 - Program

Program of Marineers' Pageant, 07/21-24/1949. Front cover is a color photograph of 4 ladies in bathing suits on float. Stamped on front is "Northwest Collection, Property of Skagit Valley College Library", handwriten is "Cities & Towns - Anacortes 09407" "The Greatest Water Show in the West, Souvenir Booklet 15 cents, Ninth Annual Marineers' Pageant, Anacortes, Washington, July 21, 22, 23, 24, 1949" [NOTE: this is the 9th Annual pageant in the last 14 years...] Inside is information on the parade, the pageant, the royalty, the town, the Port, pageant personalities (Gus N. Dalstead, Harley Sutt, Berent Rydberg, Ed Schwartz, and T. F. "Tom" Henwood) and the official program. The program l

Image of 2014.011.046 - Article

2014.011.046 - Article

On June 16, 1949, the ANACORTES AMERICAN published the photos of 11 girls running for Marineers' Pageant Queen, plus a picture of the Pageant president. Top row, l to r: Alice Harvey, Norine Chiabai, Norma Archer, Florence Middle row: Beverly Rosenblatt, Anna Kager, Beverly Leake, Lyla Keltz Bottom row: Ardell Rock, Roberta Sullivan, Rita Bargewell, Harley Sutt

Image of 2014.011.016 - Program, Theater

2014.011.016 - Program, Theater

The senior class of Anacortes High School presented "Seven Sisters" by Edith Ellis at the Empire Theater on March 1, 1949. The play was directed by George L. Stockman and included as actors Martha Lou Allan, Evelyn Mitchell, Carolyn Lunsford, Shirley Lavine, Virginia Olich, Joanne McGill, Lois Hebert, Joan Coberly, Bert Thompson, Bill Ellison, Jack Ellison, A.J. Duckett, Jerry Rogers, and Don Branham.

Image of 2015.034 - Schedule

2015.034 - Schedule

1948-1949 Basketball Schedule for Northwest District High Schools, Presented by Skagit Maid Ice Cream (NOTE: painted sing found on side of building at 2308 Commercial for Skagit Maid Ice Cream uncovered in 2015). Inside of schedule is homegames for Anacortes, Burlington, Mt. Vernon, Sedro Woolley, Arlington, Marysville, Edmonds, and Snohomish during the months of December 17,1948 through February 22, 1949.

Image of 2015.108.007 - Yearbook

2015.108.007 - Yearbook

Skagit Valley Junior College Yearbook/annual, Cascadian - 1949

Image of B.IX.032 - Yearbook

B.IX.032 - Yearbook

1949 Rhododendron, Anacortes High School belonged to Anita Red cover with gold writing and clown face

Image of 2014.077.001 - Program

2014.077.001 - Program

Commencement Program for Anacortes High School dated May 26, 1949.

Image of 2016.016.002 - Yearbook

2016.016.002 - Yearbook

1949 Rhododendron yearbook from AHS (Anacortes High School). Red cover with a clown face in gold. Superintendent: Clifford Duncan Principal: Lee Stephenson Board of Control: President: Tom Smiley Vice-President: Gene Suryan Secretary: Barb Dunton Business Manager: Gae Denton Senior Class: President: George Wiseman Vice-President: Clyde Whitney Secretary: Doris Coleman Representative: Lenora Springer

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 2012.015.001-.003 - Pencil

2012.015.001-.003 - Pencil

three AHS (Anacortes High School) Sea Hawks wooden writing pencils with the sports schedule printed on them. .001) 1944 - Football .002) 1948-1949 - Basketball .003) 1958-1959 - Football

Image of 2016.016.003 - Flooring

2016.016.003 - Flooring

A piece of flooring from Anacortes High School in 1949 was kept as a keepsake from members of that class. It is tied with purple and white ribbons, and the attached poem reads: "Roses are red, Violets are blue, We walked on this floor, It's a keepsake for you!!" "AHS '49ers"

Image of WF 1394.016 - Kiddies' Parade - "Boat" tricycle with float

WF 1394.016 - Kiddies' Parade - "Boat" tricycle with float

The "Juvenile" or Children's Parade of the Marineers' Pageant was usually held on Friday, separate from the big community parade held on Saturday. By 1949 the name changed to Kiddies' Parade. It had special categories of events: best decorated bicycle, best decorated doll buggy, etc. This image is of Ron Pinson dressed in a boat captain outfit, wearing an official Marineers' Pageant hat and driving a "boat" tricycle and towing a float with Sheryl Deane on water skis. Float says: "Marineers' Pageant Queen, 1963". Location was on Commercial Avenue near 12th Street. In background can be seen from left (between the electrical poles), the Pulp Mill, (can see the conveyor belt leading to/from the

Image of 1996.003.007.B - Transmission Supply 1949 Calendar w/aerial photo

1996.003.007.B - Transmission Supply 1949 Calendar w/aerial photo

Photo is an aerial view, looking south east over Guemes Channel, across town and Fidalgo Bay to March's Point. Calendar - 1949 Transmission Supply; "Power Transmission Equipment - Marine Hardware - Fishing Supplies"; 420 Commercial, Anacortes; Phone 4451. Missing Janaury, November and December, 1949 calendar pages. 1996.003.007.A -- Calendar 1996.003.007.B -- photo on calendar

Image of 2013.088.028.A,B - Commercial Avenue - 8th to 5th 1940's

2013.088.028.A,B - Commercial Avenue - 8th to 5th 1940's

"Street Scene - Anacortes - Wash" by "Ellis 1710". This scene is taken in the middle of Commercial Avenue at 8th Street. On the west side of Commercial (left) can be seen a drug store which is probably Aubert's Drugs (720 Commercial Avenue, Eureka Pharmacy (John A. Douglass) was located at 8th and Commercial in 1914 and 1937 while Aubert's Drug Store was there in 1941 and 1965); at 716 Commercial is a Cafe which appears to be the Windmill Cafe in the 1948 but not in 1963 or 1941. At 714 Commercial was the Roxy Cafe in the 1940s and 1954 (perhaps where the Coca-Cola sign can be seen). Across the street from the drug store is Puget Sound which was there in 1937 and also in 1954 but is found

Image of 2014.016.022-.034 - Fidalgo School, 1949-50, Arnell Johnson

2014.016.022-.034 - Fidalgo School, 1949-50, Arnell Johnson

These are class and all-school photos from Fidalgo School in the 1950s. They are from the collection of Arnell Johnson, teacher and later principal. .022 - 1949-1950, Arnell Johnson .023 - 1949-1950 .024 - 1949-1950, Mrs. Sumey, grade 4 .025 - 1952-1953, Arnell Johnson, grade 8, names on back .026 - 1952-1953 .027 - 1952-1953 .028 - 1953-1954, Arnell Johnson, grade 8 .029 - 1953-1954 .030 - 1953-1954 .031 - 1953-1954 .032 - 1953-1954 .033 - 1956-1957, Mrs. Dinkins, grade 3 .034 - 1956-1957, Mrs. Shields, grade 2

Image of 2012.098.140 - Linda Ann and her dolls

2012.098.140 - Linda Ann and her dolls

Linda Ann, two years old, is playing with two dolls on Christmas day, 1949, at an unknown place. Came in with photographs of Ole A. Foss family.

Image of 1995.011.005 - War Mothers convention, 1949

1995.011.005 - War Mothers convention, 1949

The American War Mothers convention in 1949 included Mable Good, second from right in back row, according to accession information.