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Name Fourth of July

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Image of WF 0041.A,B - 4th of July 1890

WF 0041.A,B - 4th of July 1890

4th of July celebration at Ocean Dock, Anacortes. Steamer SEHOME with celebrants and the Anacortes City Band. This was the first big event for the band as their instruments had just arrived in mid-June as reported by 6-26-1890 ANACORTES AMERICAN. The Bowman Hotel at Rose Point is visible in distance at center. This was one of many photos shot on July 4, 1890, as reported by the ANACORTES AMERICAN on 7-10-1890, "Photographic Views: On the fourth, Messers Booen and Ewing, the enterprising photographers of this city, were busy taking views of the most interesting points about town and along the wharves. Among the views taken were the Indian baseball team, the landing of the YOSEMITE, etc., e

Image of D.III.018 - Fourth of July Celebration with Boy Scouts

D.III.018 - Fourth of July Celebration with Boy Scouts

Anacortes Boy Scout troop and adult leaders at Fern Hill Cemetery for a 4th of July celebration service. Aubrey Sumner is in the back row, on the extreme right.

Image of WF 0015.A,B -

WF 0015.A,B -

4th of July Parade on P Avenue (Commercial Ave. ) c. 1892. Ewing left Anacortes in 1893 for Everett, WA. Photo clearly shows the Godwin-Benedict-Havekost Building at 510 Commercial. Platt Building is visible in distance. Street is planked, but boards are coming up. Horse-drawn wagon pulls girls/women dressed in white.

Image of WF 0040.A,B,C -

WF 0040.A,B,C -

4th of July celebration at Ocean Dock, Anacortes. Steamers YOSEMITE and SEHOME loaded to the gunnels with celebrants. Photographers Booen and Ewing were brothers-in-law and partners during 1890-91 and shot many photos on July 4, 1890, as reported by the ANACORTES AMERICAN on 7-10-1890, "Photographic Views: On the fourth, Messers Booen and Ewing, the enterprising photographers of this city, were busy taking views of the most interesting points about town and along the wharves. Among the views taken were the Indian baseball team, the landing of the YOSEMITE, etc., etc." John Hart was the son of Jane Quint, wife of postmaster and storekeeper Albanus Quint at Dewey. The Quints came to Dewey

Image of D.IX.015 - 4th of July, 1890

D.IX.015 - 4th of July, 1890

4th of July celebration at Ocean Dock, Anacortes. Steamers YOSEMITE and SEHOME loaded to the gunnels with celebrants. Photographers Booen and Ewing were brothers-in-law and partners during 1890-91 and shot many photos on July 4, 1890, as reported by the ANACORTES AMERICAN on 7-10-1890, "Photographic Views: On the fourth, Messers Booen and Ewing, the enterprising photographers of this city, were busy taking views of the most interesting points about town and along the wharves. Among the views taken were the Indian baseball team, the landing of the YOSEMITE, etc., etc." John Hart was the son of Jane Quint, wife of postmaster and storekeeper Albanus Quint at Dewey. The Quints came to Dewey

Image of D.II.067. A,B - 1890 4th of July - SEHOME boat

D.II.067. A,B - 1890 4th of July - SEHOME boat

4th of July celebration at Ocean Dock, Anacortes. Steamer SEHOME with celebrants and the Anacortes City Band. This was the first big event for the band as their instruments had just arrived in mid-June as reported by 6-26-1890 ANACORTES AMERICAN. The Bowman Hotel at Rose Point is visible in distance at center. This was one of many photos shot on July 4, 1890, as reported by the ANACORTES AMERICAN on 7-10-1890, "Photographic Views: On the fourth, Messers Booen and Ewing, the enterprising photographers of this city, were busy taking views of the most interesting points about town and along the wharves. Among the views taken were the Indian baseball team, the landing of the Yosemite, etc., e

Image of WF 0781 - 1997 Anacortes town photo

WF 0781 - 1997 Anacortes town photo

Photo of Anacortes townspeople, taken at the corner of 5th and Commercial. The view looks north. The McNaught Building, built in 1890, is visible at right on the NE corner of 5th and Commercial. The awning from the Empire Building on the NW corner of 5th and Commercial is visible on left side of photo.

Image of WF 0994.A,B - Thelma Sweet and Ben Ronneberger

WF 0994.A,B - Thelma Sweet and Ben Ronneberger

Ben Ronneberger and Thelma Sweet in a car decorated for the July 4th parade. B. F. Ronneberger built the Great Northern Mill, which opened on the Bowman site, but the mill closed the following year; see WF 0496. Ronneberger would open a garage with Ed Knapp in 1907 called Knapp & Ronneberger; see WF 0161.

Image of 2011.025.001 - Pioneers & Officers July 4, 1894 picnic

2011.025.001 - Pioneers & Officers July 4, 1894 picnic

"Pioneers & Officers July 4th 1894" picnic on Guemes.