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Image of 2012.066.195 - Plat

2012.066.195 - Plat

The City of Anacortes Engineering Department gave an assortment of articles to the Museum on May 14, 2012. This plat map shows from 9th Street to 14th Street from L Avenue to N Avenue.

Image of 2012.066.202 - Plat

2012.066.202 - Plat

The City of Anacortes Engineering Department gave an assortment of articles to the Museum on May 14, 2012. This plat map is of Local Improvement District #122. It stretches from 13th Street to 18th Street between M Avenue and Commercial Avenue. Dated August, 1915, it was signed by W. S. Clark, City Engineer.

Image of 2012.066.210 - Drawing, Technical

2012.066.210 - Drawing, Technical

The City of Anacortes Engineering Department gave an assortment of articles to the Museum on May 14, 2012. This profile map of Local Improvement District #53 includes 9th Street from K Avenue to M Avenue. It is signed by S. D. Temple, City Engineer.

Image of 2012.066.211 - Drawing, Technical

2012.066.211 - Drawing, Technical

The City of Anacortes Engineering Department gave an assortment of articles to the Museum on May 14, 2012. This profile map of Local Improvement District #53 includes M Avenue from 3rd Street to 10th Street. It is signed by S. D. Temple, City Engineer.

Image of 2012.066.215 - Drawing, Technical

2012.066.215 - Drawing, Technical

The City of Anacortes Engineering Department gave an assortment of articles to the Museum on May 14, 2012. This profile map is of M Avenue from 20th Street South. Dated February 1912, it is produced by the City Engineer.

Image of 2012.066.252 - Drawing, Technical

2012.066.252 - Drawing, Technical

The City of Anacortes Engineering Department gave an assortment of articles to the Museum on May 14, 2012. This profile map is of M Avenue between 10th Street and 20th Street. It is not signed or dated.

Image of 2012.066.041 - Plat

2012.066.041 - Plat

The City of Anacortes Engineering Department gave an assortment of articles to the Museum on May 14, 2012. This plat map is a copy of Hagadorn and Stewarts (sic) First Addition between K Avenue and M Avenue and between 35th Street and north of 34th Street. It was created January 14, 1893, and is signed by Ira C. Otis, City Engineer.

Image of 2012.066.147 - Page

2012.066.147 - Page

The City of Anacortes Engineering Department gave an assortment of articles to the Museum on May 14, 2012. These loose notebook pages are titled 41st Street and M Avenue to O Avenue and Water Street. They are not dated or signed.

Image of 2012.066.150 - Page

2012.066.150 - Page

The City of Anacortes Engineering Department gave an assortment of articles to the Museum on May 14, 2012. These loose notebook pages are titled "Location" Streets M - Z. They are not dated or signed.

Image of E.IV.012 - map

E.IV.012 - map

Childs (Thomas B. and Sarah M.) and William I. Hagadorn's First Addition to the City of Anacortes was recorded in this plat map of 1890. It extended from M Avenue to N Avenue and from south of 34th Street to 38th Street. A. M. White was the Civil Engineer and Surveyor. This may be a copy of the original. It is unsigned by the Public Notary and there is a designation of where three seals would have been placed. This map is mounted on linen to provide stability.

Image of WF 1195 - Hospital 8th & M Avenue

WF 1195 - Hospital 8th & M Avenue

First formal structure built in Anacortes specifically as a hospital. Up until that time, hospitals had been housed in the Semar Building, and later, numerous private homes. The ANACORTES AMERICAN reported (11-16-1928) the destruction of the hospital when it was housed in the Moore home at 5th and L Avenue; that fire prompted efforts to raise funds to build this hospital. Construction began on the hospital in January 1930; 622 shareholders, paying amounts that ranged between $2.50 and $5,500, funded the hospital. It open in June 1930 and served as the city hospital until 1962, when a new hospital was built at 1211 - 24th St. In 1967 the Anacortes Library moved from the Carnegie Building on 8

Image of 2006.048.012 - Myrna, Gene, & Jean

2006.048.012 - Myrna, Gene, & Jean

Page of 6 photos of school mates - NOTE: All photos can be seen individually in the Image Management section. 7 photos in all, including the page of all 6. 1. Myrna Jones taken at new Middle School 22nd and M 2. Gene Merrifield taken at Jean Marchant's house on 23rd St. 3. Myrna Jones on Jean Marchant's dad's new Mecury on 23rd St. 4. Gene Merrifield at house on 23rd St. 5. Gene Merrifield and Jean Marchant at house on 23rd St. 6. Jean Marchant at new middle school on 22nd and M.

Image of 2005.055 - Causland Park c1920s

2005.055 - Causland Park c1920s

Photograph of early Causland Park shortly after it was built (located between 7th and 8th Streets and M and N Streets). Trees are merely saplings. Taken from perhaps the roof of a home on the NW corner of 7th Street. In the block "behind" the park can be seen the Carnegie Library (1305 - 8th Street), Westminster Presbyterian Church (1300 - 9th Street), the building which, in 2007, houses the ACT Theatre; however in November 1912 it housed the First Christian Church which, in the mid 1920s, the name was changed to the Church of Christ in Anacortes. Other homes can be seen in the photograph.

Image of 2010.033.027 - Aerial of Anacortes, c. 1964

2010.033.027 - Aerial of Anacortes, c. 1964

Black and white aerial photo of Anacortes with views of M Avenue, Anacortes High School track, and Whitney Elementary.

Image of 2010.033.028 - Aerial of Anacortes, c. 1964

2010.033.028 - Aerial of Anacortes, c. 1964

Black and white aerial photo of Anacortes with views of Anacortes High School, Whitney Elementary, and M Avenue.

Image of 2010.033.029 - Aerial view of Anacortes, c. 1964

2010.033.029 - Aerial view of Anacortes, c. 1964

Black and white aerial photo of Anacortes with views of Anacortes High School, Smiley's Bottom, Whitney Elementary, and M Avenue.

Image of 2010.033.030 - Aerial view Anacortes, c. 1964

2010.033.030 - Aerial view Anacortes, c. 1964

Black and white aerial photo of Anacortes with views of Anacortes High School, Smiley's Bottom, Whitney Elementary, and M Avenue.

Image of 2010.033.031 - Aerial view of Anacortes, c. 1964

2010.033.031 - Aerial view of Anacortes, c. 1964

Black and white aerial photo of Anacortes with views of Anacortes, including Commercial Avenue, railroad tracks, Whitney Elementary, and Oaks Avenue.

Image of D.II.232.001 -

D.II.232.001 -

Aerial view of Causland Memorial Park, located between M and N avenues, and between 7th and 8th streets. Formerly known as the Great Northern Park after the railroad that originally owned the land, the open space was developed as a unique memorial park bordered by a colorful, patterned wall built of native rock from the San Juan Islands, to honor deceased World War I veterans. The park was designed by French-Canadian architect John Baptiste LePage (1857-1939) and named for Harry Causland of Guemes Island, A WWI hero, who was killed in Europe in 1918, helping his fellow soldiers. The 08-04-1919, ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Work began this week on rock wall at Causland Park:" Architect Le

Image of 2013.023.027 - "High School Store"

2013.023.027 - "High School Store"

This is possibly a photo of a picture on a canvas. The writing at the bottom says, "A popular spot." Such a store existed at 17th and M in the 1930s or 1940s.