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Name Cap Sante Marina

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Image of 2004.004.001 -

2004.004.001 -

LADY OF THE SEA sculpture proof and sculptor Deborah Copenhaver of Spokane. Project spearheaded by Ray Separovich. Final sculpture located at Seafarer's Park on waterfront of Fidalgo Bay. Woman and child showing faith that fishermen will return safely.

Image of 2004.004.002 -

2004.004.002 -

LADY OF THE SEA sculpture proof by Deborah Copenhaver of Spokane with Ray Separovich who was the project originator. Final sculpture placed at Seafarers Park on waterfront of Fidalgo Bay. Woman and child show faith that fishermen will return safely.

Image of WF 0316 -

WF 0316 -

View of Cap Sante marina. Morrison Mill yard is at left of image. The city developed the Cap Sante Boat Haven just as the Great Depression (1929-1940) took hold of the Anacortes economy. Prior to its creation, fishing boats relied on the "City Float", located at the foot of Q Avenue on the Guemes Channel; see WF 0178. By 1929 a new float was needed as reported in the 1-3-1929, ANACORTES AMERICAN. "Chamber talks for new float ... At present there is no place for the home-owned boats to land and we need it for the island people to land here ... The street-end now occupied by the Guemes ferry could be used if the ferry would move their slip to the south half of the street. This would allow the

Image of 2005.094.001 - Fishing fleet-Cap Sante Marina

2005.094.001 - Fishing fleet-Cap Sante Marina

Anacortes fishing fleet docked at Cap Sante Marina. This is an aerial view.

Image of 2007.025 - Air compressor 1957

2007.025 - Air compressor 1957

134 BW photos approximately 3.5 x 5" (some are smaller) documenting activities, settings and structures at the Morrison and Coos Bay Mills, c. 1940s-60s. Photographer(s) unknown. Photos not labelled. According to Anacortes resident Ken Morrison, "this photo series depicts the former Coos Bay Pulp and Timber Paper Mill in Anacortes (later Scott Paper) during a period of upgrading in the late 50s and early 60s. Photos include parts of the Morrison Mill (north of Paper Mill), which Coos Bay Pulp bought (in 1947?). Morrison Mill was operated by the Morrison family until 1953 when it closed. It was re-opened briefly (1955) for a special milling project which my dad, Jim Morrison, and a few o

Image of WF VIEWS-Cap Sante 8-2 - Cap Sante Marina+Morrison Mill

WF VIEWS-Cap Sante 8-2 - Cap Sante Marina+Morrison Mill

Pleasure boats moored at Cap Sante Marina; fishing boats visible along dock in far center of photograph. Morrison Mill can be seen in the background left. Photo taken looking southeast from most southern part of Cap Sante Marina. Three cars of the period parked on land next to the water. FOLDER 8, PIC #2

Image of WF VIEWS-Cap Sante 8-1 - Cap Sante Marina 1958

WF VIEWS-Cap Sante 8-1 - Cap Sante Marina 1958

FOLDER 8, PIC #1 Pleasure boats moored at Cap Sante Marina. Cap Sante can be seen in center left of photograph.

Image of WF VIEWS-Cap Sante 8-3 - Cap Sante Marina+Morrison Mill

WF VIEWS-Cap Sante 8-3 - Cap Sante Marina+Morrison Mill

Pleasure boats moored at Cap Sante Marina; fishing boats visible along dock in far center of photograph. Morrison Mill can be seen in the background right. Photo taken looking southeast from most southern part of Cap Sante Marina. FOLDER 8, PIC #3

Image of WF VIEWS-Cap Sante 19-3 -

WF VIEWS-Cap Sante 19-3 -

Overview of Cap Sante marina on Fidalgo Bay, looking west from Cap Sante. Also seen in photo is area between approximately 9th Street (far right, last discernible street) to 19th/20th on the far left. A few businesses that can be seen are: 1017 - 10th is seen the Pentecostal Assembly of God which is a tall white building on 10th Street (white building with 3 side windows showing). TRADEWELL at 1102 Commercial Avenue; 12th Street is the prominent street running east to west in the center of photograph on which is the City offices including Building Inspectors, Fire Department, Police Department and Police Judge at 1011 - 12th Street (light building to left on 12th); far left, white building su

Image of WF VIEWS-Cap Sante 19-18 -

WF VIEWS-Cap Sante 19-18 -

Cap Sante Marina on Fidalgo Bay, looking west from atop Cap Sante with pleasure and fishing boats docked, as well as boat houses to store boats on the water. Also seen in photo is area between approximately 11th Street to 15th on the far left. A few businesses that can be seen are: TRADEWELL at 1102 Commercial; 12th Avenue is the prominent street running east to west in the center of photograph on which is the City offices including Building Inspectors, Fire Department, Police Department and Police Judge at 1011 - 12th Street (light building to left on 12th). To the far left, just below the tree branches can be seen a freight train.

Image of WF Color  - Folder 55 - Cap Sante Marina 01-1997c.

WF Color - Folder 55 - Cap Sante Marina 01-1997c.

Color photograph of pleasure boats at Cap Sante Marina; mostly sail boats with the bare masts in the air. Possibly taken around January 1997, however, that date was merely taken from the charge slip found with the prints, so it is not necessarily the date of this photograph. The photo is somewhat hazy as if these is a light fog in the air.

Image of 2005.040.008 - Vern Jamison selling halibut

2005.040.008 - Vern Jamison selling halibut

Vern Jamison, in yellow hat, Pat Jamison, in white hat second from left, selling halibut off the F/V ALMA at the Cap Sante Marina, Anacortes, WA, to unidentified people.

Image of WF 5592.A,B - Cap Sante Marina

WF 5592.A,B - Cap Sante Marina

Fishing boats are docked in Cap Sante Marina in the decade prior to the decline of Anacortes' fishing industry. The city developed the boat haven just as the Great Depression took hold of the Anacortes economy. Prior to its creation, fishing boats relied on the "City Float," located at the foot of Q Avenue on the Guemes Channel. By 1929 a new float was needed for the city as reported in the 1-3-1929 ANACORTES AMERICAN. '"Chamber talks for new float. At present there is no place for the home-owned boats to land and we need it for the island people to land here ... The street-end now occupied by the Guemes ferry could be used if the ferry would move their slip to the south half of the street.

Image of WF 5593 - Fishing boat leaving Cap Sante Marina

WF 5593 - Fishing boat leaving Cap Sante Marina

A fishing boat is leaving Cap Sante Marina in the decade prior to the decline of Anacortes' fishing industry. The city developed the boat haven just as the Great Depression took hold of the Anacortes economy. Prior to its creation, fishing boats relied on the "City Float," located at the foot of Q Avenue on the Guemes Channel. By 1929 a new float was needed for the city as reported in the 1-3-1929 ANACORTES AMERICAN. '"Chamber talks for new float. At present there is no place for the home-owned boats to land and we need it for the island people to land here ... The street-end now occupied by the Guemes ferry could be used if the ferry would move their slip to the south half of the street. T

Image of WF 5594 - Boats docked at Cap Sante Marina

WF 5594 - Boats docked at Cap Sante Marina

These boats are docked at Cap Sante Marina in the decade prior to the decline of Anacortes' fishing industry. The city developed the boat haven just as the Great Depression took hold of the Anacortes economy. Prior to its creation, fishing boats relied on the "City Float," located at the foot of Q Avenue on the Guemes Channel. By 1929 a new float was needed for the city as reported in the 1-3-1929 ANACORTES AMERICAN. '"Chamber talks for new float. At present there is no place for the home-owned boats to land and we need it for the island people to land here ... The street-end now occupied by the Guemes ferry could be used if the ferry would move their slip to the south half of the street. T

Image of WF 5595 - Boats docked at Cap Sante Marina

WF 5595 - Boats docked at Cap Sante Marina

These boats are docked at Cap Sante Marina in the decade prior to the decline of Anacortes' fishing industry. Morrison Mill, which closed for good in 1955, is in the background. The city developed the boat haven just as the Great Depression took hold of the Anacortes economy. Prior to its creation, fishing boats relied on the "City Float," located at the foot of Q Avenue on the Guemes Channel. By 1929 a new float was needed for the city as reported in the 1-3-1929 ANACORTES AMERICAN. '"Chamber talks for new float. At present there is no place for the home-owned boats to land and we need it for the island people to land here ... The street-end now occupied by the Guemes ferry could be used

Image of WF 5596 - Fishing Fleet at Cap Sante Marina

WF 5596 - Fishing Fleet at Cap Sante Marina

The fishing fleet is docked at Cap Sante Marina in the decade prior to the decline of Anacortes' fishing industry. Morrison Mill, which closed for good in 1955, is in the background. The city developed the boat haven just as the Great Depression took hold of the Anacortes economy. Prior to its creation, fishing boats relied on the "City Float," located at the foot of Q Avenue on the Guemes Channel. By 1929 a new float was needed for the city as reported in the 1-3-1929 ANACORTES AMERICAN. '"Chamber talks for new float. At present there is no place for the home-owned boats to land and we need it for the island people to land here ... The street-end now occupied by the Guemes ferry could be

Image of WF 5605 - Ozette-Morrison Spruce Mill, Cap Sante Marina

WF 5605 - Ozette-Morrison Spruce Mill, Cap Sante Marina

This aerial view is of Ozette-Morrison Spruce Mill, which closed in 1955, and Cap Sante Marina. Note the railroad trestle over Cap Sante basin with a freight train near the depot. The smokestack of the Anacortes Lumber and Box site is visible in the upper right corner. Across the channel is Guemes Island.

Image of WF 5606.001 - Cap Sante Marina

WF 5606.001 - Cap Sante Marina

This aerial view of Cap Sante Marina also shows the railroad trestle over Cap Sante basin. The old office from the Morrison Mill site has been moved to the west side of the marina for use as the new Yacht Club, a move that took place in 1957. The building is located at the end of a row of boats in the center of the wide open parking lot.

Image of WF 5606.002 - Cap Sante Marina

WF 5606.002 - Cap Sante Marina

This aerial view of Cap Sante Marina also shows the railroad trestle over Cap Sante basin. The old office from the Morrison Mill site has been moved to the west side of the marina for use as the new Yacht Club, a move that took place in 1957. The building is located at the end of a row of boats in the center of the wide open parking lot.