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Name Coast Fish Company

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Image of 2001.049.002 - Journal

2001.049.002 - Journal

Jan. 1912 - Dec. 1912, similar content and volume of 2001.49.1. Part of 27 volumes pertaining to C. L. Packing Co., Coast Fish Co., and (one) Tire Surgery Co. - ledgers, account books, payroll, and time sheet books, etc. One large group of loose papers. Six images added 1/15/2016 to document condition.

Image of 2001.049.003 - Journal

2001.049.003 - Journal

Jan. 1914 - Dec. 1914, similar content and volume of 2001.49.1. 332 pages used out of 500. Part of 27 volumes pertaining to C. L. Packing Co., Coast Fish Co., and (one) Tire Surgery Co. - ledgers, account books, payroll, and time sheet books, etc. 6 images added 1/15/2016 to document condition.

Image of 2001.049.004 - Journal

2001.049.004 - Journal

Similar content and volume of 2001.49.1. Mostly filled journal. Part of 27 volumes pertaining to C. L. Packing Co., Coast Fish Co., and (one) Tire Surgery Co. - ledgers, account books, payroll, and time sheet books, etc. 6 images added 1/15/2016 to document condition.

Image of 2001.049.011 - Journal

2001.049.011 - Journal

July 1918 - Feb. 1922; "Coast Fish Co." Categories incl.: Sundries, Citizens Bank, U.S.&T. Co., Store, Com. & Dir., Sales, Boats & Scows, Traps, Fish Purchased, Pile Drivers, Guemes Camp, Freight Sundry, Fish Gear, Cannery Expense, General Expense.

Image of E.IV.063.003 - Map

E.IV.063.003 - Map

Anacortes Sanborn map #3 of November 1907 locates and diagrams to scale some important businesses including Curtis Dock, G.E. Vincent's Shingle Mill, Burke's Shingle Mill, Coast Fish Company, Porter Fish Company, and Anacortes Steam Laundry. The Great Northern Spur Track is also shown.

Image of 2009.054.015-.033 - Records

2009.054.015-.033 - Records

Miscellaneous documents pertaining to the Lowman and Tietjen family. Includes special edition in the Skagit Valley Herald, 1967, relating to the new Shell Refinery, photocopies of information about Fishermen's Packing's Corporation, cannery timeline 1896-1988, notes on Crest Canning Co., legal papers, personal papers, six copied salmon labels, and one crab label.

Image of fic.0642 - Label

fic.0642 - Label

Revenue Brand salmon canning label for 1 pound pink salmon packed by Coast Fish Company, Anacortes, Washington. Coast Fish Company was located at L. Avenue and 4th Street, c.1896-1912.

Image of 2013.088.030 - Label, Product

2013.088.030 - Label, Product

Photocopy of salmon label. 'Red Rose Brand Salmon; Puget Sound Sockeye; Empty contents of can as soon as opened; Trade Mark Registered; Guaranteed by Coast Fish Company (Under the Food and Drugs Ace June 30th 1905; Packed by Coast Fish Company, Anacortes, Wash. U.S.A." The Coast Fish Company was owned by Will A. Lowman from 1896-c.1912 at L Avenue and 4th Street (1400 4th Street).

Image of 2013.088.032 - Label, Product

2013.088.032 - Label, Product

Photocopy of red salmon label. 'Emerald Brand Cohoe Salmon; Trade Mark Registered; Empty contents immediately after opening; Packed by Coast Fish Company, Anacortes, Wash. U.S.A. Contents 1 lb. fresh salmon cooked in can after sealing" The Coast Fish Company Co. was owned by Will A. Lowman from 1896-c.1912 at L Avenue and 4th Street (1400 4th Street). They canned clams and salmon.

Image of 2013.088.033 - Label, Product

2013.088.033 - Label, Product

Photocopy of red salmon label (short can). 'Courtier Brand Red Salmon; Net wt. 16 oz.; Trade Mark Reg.; Guaranteed by Coast Fish Company under the Food and Drugs Act, June 30, 1906; Choice Alaska Sockeye Red Salmon; packed for Coast Fish Company, main office, Anacortes, Wash. U.S.A; caught in salt water. packed in Alaska; empty contents as soon as opened." The Coast Fish Company Co. was owned by Will A. Lowman from 1896-c.1912 at L Avenue and 4th Street (1400 4th Street). They canned clams and salmon.

Image of 2013.088.034 - Label, Product

2013.088.034 - Label, Product

Photocopy of red salmon label (short can). "Crimson Brand Salmon; packed by Coast Fish Company, Anacortes, Wash. U.S.A; empty contents as soon as opened; Trade Mark Registered; Guaranteed by Coast Fish Company under the Food and Drugs Act, June 30, 1906; Net weight 16 oz. Crimson Brand Puget Sound Cohoe Salmon." The Coast Fish Company Co. was owned by Will A. Lowman from 1896-c.1912 at L Avenue and 4th Street (1400 4th Street). They canned clams and salmon.

Image of 2013.088.035 - Label, Product

2013.088.035 - Label, Product

Photocopy of red salmon label (tall can). "Crimson Brand Salmon; packed by Coast Fish Company, Anacortes, Wash. U.S.A; empty contents of can as soon as opened; Trade Mark Registered; Guaranteed by Coast Fish Company under the Food and Drugs Act, June 30, 1906; Net weight 16 oz. Crimson Brand Puget Sound Cohoe Salmon." The Coast Fish Company Co. was owned by Will A. Lowman from 1896-c.1912 at L Avenue and 4th Street (1400 4th Street). They canned clams and salmon.

Image of 2013.088.036 - Label, Product

2013.088.036 - Label, Product

Photocopy of red salmon label (tall can). "Tilikum Brand Salmon; empty contents of can as soon as opened; Net weight 16 oz.; Trade Mark Registered; Guaranteed by Coast Fish Company under the Food and Drugs Act, June 30, 1906; choice Alaska Sockeye Red Salmon; Caught in Salt Water; Packed for Coast Fish Company, Main Office, Anacortes, Wash. U.S.A., Packed in Alaska. The Coast Fish Company Co. was owned by Will A. Lowman from 1896-c.1912 at L Avenue and 4th Street (1400 4th Street). They canned clams and salmon.

Image of 2013.088.037 - Label, Product

2013.088.037 - Label, Product

Photocopy of red salmon label (tall can). "Sunny South Brand Salmon; empty contents of can as soon as opened; Trade Mark Registered; Guaranteed by Coast Fish Company under the Food and Drugs Act, June 30, 1906; Net weight 16 oz.; Sunny South Brand Puget Sound Pink Salmon, Packed by Coast Fish Company, Anacortes, Wn" The Coast Fish Company Co. was owned by Will A. Lowman from 1896-c.1912 at L Avenue and 4th Street (1400 4th Street). They canned clams and salmon.

Image of 1997.149 - Coast Fish Company

1997.149 - Coast Fish Company

Coast Fish Co. building

Image of 2000.017.008 - W. A. Lowman Pile Driver,  SWEET MARIE at Coast Fish Dock 1900

2000.017.008 - W. A. Lowman Pile Driver, SWEET MARIE at Coast Fish Dock 1900

W. A. Lowman Pile Driver, SWEET MARIE at Coast Fish Dock 1900. Five men standing on the pile driver and dock on Guemes Channel; Perhaps they are building the original Lowman Dock on the Guemes Channel in Anacortes, WA

Image of D.V.121 - White Crest Canning Co.

D.V.121 - White Crest Canning Co.

White Crest Cannery was located at the foot of L Avenue and 4th, on Guemes Channel. Built 1898-1899 by W.A. Lowman as a clam cannery. Converted to salmon cannery in 1905. Cannery expanded over the years. In 1907 Lowman renamed it the Coast Fish Company. Sold to Far West Fisheries in 1936. Photo taken by Anacortes photographer, Charles Judd, to promote the proposed Anacortes, Sedro-Woolley and Eastern Railroad, a line which was never built. The photographs of Skagit Valley scenes from Anacortes to Concrete, were published in an undated book titled, "Views Along the Line of the Proposed Anacortes, Sedro-Wooley & Eastern Railway, C.L. Judd Photo, Anacortes, Wash." THe following article,

Image of D.VIII.036 - White Crest Canning Co.

D.VIII.036 - White Crest Canning Co.

White Crest Cannery was located at the foot of L Avenue and 4th, on Guemes Channel. Built 1898-1899 by W.A. Lowman as a clam cannery. Converted to salmon cannery in 1905. Cannery expanded over the years. In 1907 Lowman renamed it the Coast Fish Company. Sold to Far West Fisheries in 1936. Photo taken by Anacortes photographer, Charles Judd, to promote the proposed Anacortes, Sedro-Woolley and Eastern Railroad, a line which was never built. The photographs of Skagit Valley scenes from Anacortes to Concrete, were published in an undated book titled, "Views Along the Line of the Proposed Anacortes, Sedro-Wooley & Eastern Railway, C.L. Judd Photo, Anacortes, Wash." THe following article,

Image of D.VIII.038 - pile driver, capping scow, tug  R.E.F.

D.VIII.038 - pile driver, capping scow, tug R.E.F.

Group in front of Coast Fish Company dock. Ray Lowman, company manager, is at extreme right. Lincoln Williams, the Hammer man, is sitting next to the anchor. Booth Fisheries is behind the dock. This photo was taken in 1924, with the pile driver, capping scow, and tugboat R.E.F. in the foreground.

Image of WF 0400 - White Crest Cannery

WF 0400 - White Crest Cannery

White Crest Canning Company at the foot of L and 4th on the Guemes Channel. Built in 1898-1899 by W. A. Lowman, it was originally a clam cannery. It was converted to a salmon cannery in 1905 and expanded over the years. In 1907 Lowman renamed it the Coast Fish Company. It was sold to Far West Fisheries in 1936. See also WF 0429.