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Name Oakes Avenue

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Image of 2002.138.001.A,B - Lovric's

2002.138.001.A,B - Lovric's

building originally Robinson Fisheries, currently 3022 Oakes Avenue, (currently [2002]Lovric's Sea Craft); West side view, distance

Image of 2002.138.002.A,B - Lovric's Sea-Craft

2002.138.002.A,B - Lovric's Sea-Craft

Building originally Robinson Fisheries, currently 3022 Oakes Avenue, (currently Lovric's Sea Craft); South (front) view, says "Lovric's Sea Craft"

Image of 2002.138.003.A,B - Lovric's 2002

2002.138.003.A,B - Lovric's 2002

Building originally Robinson Fisheries, (currently Lovric's Sea Craft, 3022 Oakes Avenue); West view, close-up

Image of 2002.138.006.A,B - Lovric's 2002

2002.138.006.A,B - Lovric's 2002

Building originally Robinson Fisheries, currently 3022 Oakes Avenue, (currently Lovric's Sea Craft); South-west view, from distance

Image of WF 5340 - Oakes Street at Dakota Avenue

WF 5340 - Oakes Street at Dakota Avenue

This view of Oakes Avenue was taken just west of where 12th Street ended and it became Oakes Avenue. The view is taken at Dakota Street. Oakes Avenue was named for the president of the Northern Pacific Railroad and is evidence of Anacortes' focus on becoming the Northern Pacific's transcontinental railroad terminus in 1889-90.

Image of WF 2310 - Unknown street, construction

WF 2310 - Unknown street, construction

This image documents construction of a new road, or possibly a development, in Anacortes. Note men working at center of image in distance. It appears to be in the vicinity of Oakes Avenue near Georgia Street. The only discernible landmark in the photo is a water tower at left. See also WF 2311.

Image of WF 2311 - Unknown street, construction

WF 2311 - Unknown street, construction

This image documents construction of a new road, or possibly a development, in Anacortes. It appears to be in the vicinity of Oakes Avenue near Georgia Street. The only discernible landmark in the photo is a water tower at left. See also WF 2310.

Image of 2010.033.018 - Aerial including Washington Park, Burrows Pass, and Oakes Ave.

2010.033.018 - Aerial including Washington Park, Burrows Pass, and Oakes Ave.

B & W aerial photo including Washington Park, Oakes Ave., Mt. Baker, and Burrows Pass.

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

2010.033.031 - Aerial view of Anacortes, c. 1964

B & W aerial photo of Anacortes with views of Anacortes, including Commercial Avenue, railroad tracks, Whitney Elementary, and Oaks Avenue.

Image of 2013.072.002 - Schooner LaMerced when it first was placed at Lovric's Marina on Guemes Cha

2013.072.002 - Schooner LaMerced when it first was placed at Lovric's Marina on Guemes Cha

Color photo shows the LA MERCED when it first arrived at Lovric's Sea-Craft, 3022 Oakes Avenue to be used as a breakwater in 1966. She began life during World War I as a four-masted motor auxiliary schooner and was used in the lumber trade between Portland and California ports. McCurdy's Maritime history books have 5 pages of information (342, 384, 473, 552, 652) on the LA MERCED beginning in 1917 through until her masts were removed in 1961.

Image of 2014.040.001 - men unloading pipe on 12th Street

2014.040.001 - men unloading pipe on 12th Street

Works Progress Administration (WPA) crews are pictured installing water pipe on 12th Street/Oakes Avenue. The truck is from Affleck Brothers of Anacortes.

Image of 2014.040.002 - Truck with pipes for 12th Street

2014.040.002 - Truck with pipes for 12th Street

Works Progress Administration (WPA) crews are installing water pipe on 12th Street/Oakes Avenue. Oakes Avenue was named for the president of the Northern Pacific Railroad and is evidence of Anacortes' focus on becoming the Northern Pacific's transcontinental railroad terminus in 1889-90. The truck is from Affleck Brothers of Anacortes.