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Image of 2016.089 - Yearbook

2016.089 - Yearbook

1961 Anacortes High School annual, the Rhododendron

Image of 2013.029.005 - Yearbook

2013.029.005 - Yearbook

Anacortes High School 1961 RHODODENDRON (annual) Superintendent: Clarence Henning Principal: Charles Williams Class of 1961 officers: President: Mick Moen Vice President: Bob Evans Secretary: Donna Barcott Representative: Joanne Linvog Class of 1962 officers: President: Mike Renquist Vice President: Steve Cheney Secretary: Jean Spitze Representative: Diane Wells Class of 1963 officers: President: Lawrence Tiscornia Vice President: Tracy Powell Secretary: Anita Salsman Representative: Brooke Tidrington Class of 1964 officers: President: Tom Graer Vice President: Glenn Main Secretary: Susan Hatton Representative: Marilyn Wells

Image of 2006.079.004 - Letter

2006.079.004 - Letter

Letters to Art Carlson and the Anacortes Rotary Club from July 1, 1961, to June 29, 1962, while Art was president of the organization. The one on top, dated November 21, 1962, announces his resignation from the organization.

Image of 2006.079.005 - Newsletter

2006.079.005 - Newsletter

The ANACORTES ROTARIAN was a weekly newsletter to members of Rotary. These date from 17 March 1961 to 27 December 1961 and are addressed to Art Carlson. He became president of the local club in July 1961.

Image of 2006.079.006 - Book

2006.079.006 - Book

Rotary Club of Anacortes printed this yearly booklet of information regarding Rotary. Included, for instance, are a list of past presidents, members of committees, names and addresses of members, and locations of other Rotary Clubs in Washington, Alaska, and British Columbia with their meeting days. This booklet is for 1961-62.

Image of 2006.079.009 - Program

2006.079.009 - Program

Rotary Club of Anacortes held an annual Ladies' Christmas Party. This program from 1961 includes the names of officers, directors, and committee chairmen, as well as the program for the evening.

Image of 2006.079.010.001-.015 - Clipping, Newspaper

2006.079.010.001-.015 - Clipping, Newspaper

14 newspaper articles from the early 1960s are mostly about Rotary activities. Rotary met with city and state officials to create the roadside park on Spur 20 welcoming visitors to our "All-America-City". They also helped install a well and power to the Girl Scout camp Timber Trails on the west side of Lake Cranberry (Little Cranberry). There are also articles about the Rotary District 504 institute meeting at Skyline and a Rotary program to supply magazines and books to foreign tankers docking at the refineries. One thank you letter from a visiting Rotarian is also included. .001 - dedication of All-America City sign - June 28, 1962 .002 - installation of electricity to Timber

Image of 2012.102.028.001-.006 - Newspaper

2012.102.028.001-.006 - Newspaper

Copies of newspaper clippings, telegram and letter all in reference to Anacortes being named an All-America City in 1962. .001) ANACORTES AMERICAN clipping: "Anacortes, All-America City, Community Winner of National Award" March 14, 1962 .002) ANACORTES AMERICAN clipping: "Milestones on the Road To 1961 All-America City Award", March 14, 1962 .003) ANACORTES AMERICAN clipping: "City Receives Best Wishes", March 14, 1962 .004) copy of telegram from President John F. Kennedy to Mayor Eugene A. Strom, "...The White house Washington DC Mar 14 1204P EST 1962, Honorable Eugene A. Strom, City Hall Anacortes Wash, Warmest congratulations to Anacortes, Washington, as recipient of an All-Merica [

Image of 2012.102.058 - Speech

2012.102.058 - Speech

Photocopy of All-America City Nomination (7 pages), presented to the All-America City panel of judges, September 26, 1961 From scrapbook by Bud Strom, for the Skagit Valley College Hall of Fame induction.

Image of 2014.007.004.001 - Newspaper

2014.007.004.001 - Newspaper

The February 25, 1961, edition of the SKAGIT VALLEY HERALD was devoted to a progress report for Skagit County. The front page had a large valentine with pictures of a cow, a swimming area (lake?), a lumber jack, a fishing boat, Rainbow Bridge in La Conner, the docks at March's Point, mountains, and agriculture.

Image of B.IX.047 - Yearbook

B.IX.047 - Yearbook

1961 Anacortes High School annual, the Rhododendron

Image of WF 10009 - Yearbook

WF 10009 - Yearbook

1961 Anacortes High School annual, the Rhododendron

Image of 2017.021.007 - Yearbook

2017.021.007 - Yearbook

1961 Rhododendron annual from Anacortes High School. From the collection of Neola Lower. Mrs. Lower appears to have joined the staff of Anacortes High School in 1959 as a teacher of English and Journalism. By 1961 she was a guidance counselor. During her career she was active with school drama.

Image of 2017.057.001 - Book

2017.057.001 - Book

Anacortes telephone directory for 1961 published by West Coast Telephone

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 2007.026.001 - Record, Phonograph

2007.026.001 - Record, Phonograph

Record album "Band-Tasia," of the Anacortes High School Seahawk Band, Keith Eide, Conductor. Blue cover. Side one includes: Sinfonians Concert March, Tamerlane, Hail Nero, Elsa's Profecessional to the Cathedral, and, Prelude. Side two includes: King Size March, Kiddie Ballet, Colorama, and Cado Yubi. Donor was born and raised in Anacortes; played trombone and french horn in the Anacortes High School (AHS) band. He purchased the album in a bookstore.

Image of 2007.026.002 - Disk, Compact

2007.026.002 - Disk, Compact

Compact Disk of "Band-Tasia, " made by donor. Music is by the Anacortes Seahawk High School Band, Keith Eide, conductor.

Image of 2015.031.002 - Banner

2015.031.002 - Banner

Hartford Fire Insurance Company presented this Junior Fire Marshal 1961 Fire Prevention Achievement Award. The recipient is unknown. In 1961 William G. McCallum Real Estate and Insurance at 514 Commercial handled Hartford Insurance.

Image of 1997.374.001 - Police officers and public officials

1997.374.001 - Police officers and public officials

Anacortes Police Department personnel are standing outside the Anacortes Fire and Police Station at 12th and O c. 1961. They are in uniform. To the right are city officials. Left to right: Unknown, Warren Palm, Ken Brown, Perry ?, Lewis Willis, Clyde Cook, Marvin Beebe, Jack Goff, Mayor Tony Mustacich, Judge?, City Attorney William Wells.

Image of 2010.009.022.001-.002 - Fidalgo Elemetary School, 3rd Grade 1960-61 Mrs. Lyons

2010.009.022.001-.002 - Fidalgo Elemetary School, 3rd Grade 1960-61 Mrs. Lyons

.001) Fidalgo Elementary School, 3rd grade students, Mrs. Lyons, teacher. Students shown: Top row: Tina Moen, Richard Haugland, Mardy Holligaugh, Tom Bassett; 2nd row: Debra Kober, Steve Michal, Leah Hanson, Dana Hurlocker, Janet Trulson, Dan Tibbles, Linda Harris; 3rd row: Cindy Etter, Carol Wood, Lisa Neiger, Harry ?, Carol Evans, Liane Plumhoff, Andrea Stevens; Bottom row: Gwen Yeoman, Mickey Horn, Virginia Legg .002) folder for photograph which has students identified