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Name Fidalgo Island Canning Company

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Image of fic.0588.001 - Label

fic.0588.001 - Label

Catch-A-Can Brand salmon canning label for Sockeye salmon packed by Fidalgo Island Canning Company, Ketchican, Alaska.

Image of 2001.052.007 - Label

2001.052.007 - Label

Trident Brand salmon label distributed by Fidalgo Island Canning Co., Anacortes, WA.

Image of fic.0588.002 A,B - Label

fic.0588.002 A,B - Label

Catch-A-Can Brand salmon canning label for Sockeye salmon packed by Fidalgo Island Canning Company, Ketchican, Alaska.

Image of fic.0589 A,B - Label

fic.0589 A,B - Label

Choice Puget Sound Brand salmon canning label packed by Fidalgo Island Canning Company, Anacortes, Washington. Fidalgo Island Canning was located at Ship Harbor, Bay Site (Lower Cannery); it later became known as Fidalgo Island Packing Company.

Image of fic.0593A,B - Label

fic.0593A,B - Label

Clematis Brand Fresh Pink salmon canning label for salmon packed in Anacortes, Washington by Fidalgo Island Canning Company. Fidalgo Island Canning Company was located at Ship Harbor, By Site (Lower Cannery).

Image of fic.0654.A-C - Label

fic.0654.A-C - Label

Trident Brand salmon label distributed by Fidalgo Island Canning Co., Ship Harbor, Bay Site (Lower Cannery), Anacortes, WA.

Image of fic.0655.A-C - Label

fic.0655.A-C - Label

Trident Brand salmon label distributed by Fidalgo Island Canning Co., Ship Harbor, Bay Site (Lower Cannery), Anacortes, WA.

Image of fic.0656.A-B - Label

fic.0656.A-B - Label

Trident Brand salmon label distributed by Fidalgo Island Canning Co., Ship Harbor, Bay Site (Lower Cannery), Anacortes, WA.

Image of WF 0447 - Fidalgo Island Canning Co.

WF 0447 - Fidalgo Island Canning Co.

Caption on image: "Interior of F.I.C.Co. Cannery, Anacortes, Wash." Fidalgo Island Packing Co., was located at Ship Harbor. This is the site of the current (2011) Washington State Ferry Terminal. The 4-23-1896, ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Big Buildings of the Fidalgo Island Canning Company and Alaska Packing Company are nearing completion." Alaska Packing Company operated until 1913. Fidalgo Island was in business through 1925, although it began to slow down years before. The 1-15-1920, paper reported, "Fidalgo Island Packing Co. idle for first time since it was built in 1896." In 1932 the paper reported that the cannery docks at the "lower canneries" at Ship Harbor were being disman

Image of WF 0450 - Canned salmon in F.i.C.Co.

WF 0450 - Canned salmon in F.i.C.Co.

Canned salmon in Fidalgo Island Canning Company. Fidalgo Island Packing Co., was located at Ship Harbor. This is the site of the current (2011) Washington State Ferry Terminal. The 4-23-1896, ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Big Buildings of the Fidalgo Island Canning Company and Alaska Packing Company are nearing completion." Alaska Packing Company operated until 1913. Fidalgo Island was in business through 1925, although it began to slow down years before. The 1-15-1920, paper reported, "Fidalgo Island Packing Co. idle for first time since it was built in 1896." In 1932 the paper reported that the cannery docks at the "lower canneries" at Ship Harbor were being dismantled. The site beca

Image of WF 5626 - Ship Harbor 1959

WF 5626 - Ship Harbor 1959

Aerial view of Ship Harbor, at the northwestern section of Fidalgo Island, just prior to the start of construction of the Washington State Ferry Terminal, which would open there May 22, 1960. Note the old cannery buildings on the shore at center; these are all that remain from canneries that opened at this site in 1896. The April 23, 1896, ANACORTES AMERICAN states, "Big Buildings of the Fidalgo Island Canning Company and the Anacortes Packing Company nearing completion. ... Several of the Fidalgo Company's smaller buildings have been erected and work is now underway on the 80' x 325' structure. The Anacortes company has also completed their smaller buildings and is putting up their larger