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Name Rotary Club

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Image of 2006.061.008 - Letter

2006.061.008 - Letter

Copy of letter from Art Carlson, President, Anacortes Rotary Club to Karl Krueger, editor of The Rotarian, Evanston, Illinois. Dated June 26, 1962. Describes roadside park that would welcome visitors to Anacortes, "Our All-America City." Park was established by Rotary.

Image of 2006.061.009 - Print, Photographic

2006.061.009 - Print, Photographic

Photocopy of group of people under "Welcome to Anacortes All America City sign" made by Rotary of Anacortes.

Image of 2006.061.010 - Print, Photographic

2006.061.010 - Print, Photographic

Photocopy of group of nine gentlemen under "Welcome to Anacortes All America City sign" made by Rotary of Anacortes.

Image of 2005.028 - Booklet

2005.028 - Booklet

Anacortes Book of Verse. Poems written by AHS students born 1911 - 1917. Edited by the English Department and Sponsored by the Anacortes Rotary Club. Printed 1930. Black construction paper cover. Fragile

Image of 2006.061.005 - Letter

2006.061.005 - Letter

Letter to Joe Abey, President of Rotary International District 504, from Rotary International of Vancouver, B.C. submitting report regarding meeting held in Anacortes, WA. on October 7, 1961 and thanking President Arthur Carlson and members of Anacortes Rotary for their welcome and excellent arrangements made for attending members of Rotary International.

Image of 2006.061.006 - Speech

2006.061.006 - Speech

Anacortes Rotary Club President, Art Carlson's acceptance speech in June of 1961 to new position as president.

Image of 2006.061.007 - Letter

2006.061.007 - Letter

Thank you letter to Manuel Garcia de La Para from Art Carlson acknowledging his appreciation of Manuel's hospitality during his trip to Mexico for Rotary Club.

Image of 2010.006.002 - Scrapbook

2010.006.002 - Scrapbook

Rotary Club of Anacortes scrapbook documenting the efforts to raise money for the Fidalgo Pool by having a White Elephant Auction. Proceeds were in the amount of $470.28 for the auction plus another $ 777.70 for a truck that was donated . The club was supportive of the community needing a place for youth to learn to swim. Photos were taken by Paul Luvera.

Image of 2013.045.023 - Tape, Audio Reel

2013.045.023 - Tape, Audio Reel

Cassette tape labeled: "Paul Luvera, Sr. Speech given to the Anacortes Rotary Club, May 21, 1980: My Grocery Store."

Image of EM.0340 - Tape, Audio Reel

EM.0340 - Tape, Audio Reel

Cassette tape labeled: "Paul Luvera, Sr. Speech given to the Anacortes Rotary Club, May 21, 1980: My Grocery Store."

Image of D.II.148 -

D.II.148 -

Rotary International float in the Grand Parade of the Mariners Pageant. Pictured near the intersection of 6th Street and Commercial Avenue. Note police car and other vehicles in background.

Image of WF 1726 - Place and event unknown

WF 1726 - Place and event unknown

This is a series of five photos, WF 1723-1727 and possibly 1728, that Brady took of a rustic outdoor pavilion, the purpose of which is unknown. It does not appear to have been in or near Anacortes. An indication of its location may be found on the table in the foreground of WF 1723; place cards or placemats at each place setting say, "San Juan Island", indicating this pavilion was located there. The only signs in the room that give any indication of its purpose are: a wooden board running across the top of the fireplace says, "Friendship's Fires are Always Burning," and a small sign on the far right side of the photo, only partially legible, says, "Guests .... Temple of the Gods." (?) The rus

Image of WF 1459 - 1940 Marineer Pageant - Rotary Club float

WF 1459 - 1940 Marineer Pageant - Rotary Club float

This image of the Marineers' Pageant Parade of 1939 or 1940 shows an elaborate patriotic float sponsored by Anacortes Rotary passing in front of Mel's Signal Service at 18th and Commercial. A woman dressed like the Statue of Liberty stands atop the flat; it has a sign reading, "Justice, Freedom, and Democracy." The float won first place. Rotary Club began in Anacortes in 1922. See WF 1463,1509, 1510, and 1556 for other Rotary floats. Other commercial and residential structures are in the background. Mel's was found listed only in the 1939 city directory, not in the 1937 or 1940 directories.

Image of WF 1463.A,B - 1941 Marineer Parade - Rotary Club float

WF 1463.A,B - 1941 Marineer Parade - Rotary Club float

This photo begins a numbered series that Brady took during the 1941 Marineer Parade. He numbered each negative on the front lower right hand corner. #1 is the Anacortes Rotary float with a nursery rhymes motif. Rotary Club began in Anacortes in 1922. See WF 5861, 5862, 5863 and 5890 for other views of this float. Buildings visible, right to left: corner of Platt Building, built in 1890, with a sign for Dr. Davidson, a dentist, on upper floor. Unknown what the next building is called, but it contains Fern Press, a printers and stationery store and Huey's Jewelry. Alex Thompson began Fern Press Printers c. 1929 at 916 6th Street. By 1937 he had opened a storefront at 408 Commercial, wher

Image of WF 1727 - Unknown event and location

WF 1727 - Unknown event and location

This is a series of five photos, WF 1723-1727 and possibly 1728, that Brady took of a rustic outdoor pavilion, the purpose of which is unknown. It does not appear to have been in or near Anacortes. An indication of its location may be found on the table in the foreground of WF 1723; place cards or placemats at each place setting say, "San Juan Island", indicating this pavilion was located there. The only signs in the room that give any indication of its purpose are: a wooden board running across the top of the fireplace says, "Friendship's Fires are Always Burning," and a small sign on the far right side of the photo, only partially legible, says, "Guests .... Temple of the Gods." (?) The rus

Image of WF 1556 - 1939 Marineer Parade - Alleyn and Jacquely Nielsen, Cora Henwood

WF 1556 - 1939 Marineer Parade - Alleyn and Jacquely Nielsen, Cora Henwood

This Rotary Club float with Alleyn Nielsen, Jacquelyn Nielsen and Cora Henwood, a globe, and the Rotary symbol was photographed before or after the 1939 Marineer Parade. Rotary Club began in Anacortes in 1922. For other views of Rotary floats, see WF 1463, 1509, 1510, 1557.

Image of WF 1557 - 1949 Marineer Parade - Rotary float

WF 1557 - 1949 Marineer Parade - Rotary float

This Rotary Club float with two young women, and the Rotary symbol was photographed before or after the 1948 Marineer Parade. Rotary Club began in Anacortes in 1922. For other views of Rotary floats, see WF 1463, 1509, 1510, 1556, 1558.

Image of WF 1558 - 1949 Marineer Parade - Rotary float

WF 1558 - 1949 Marineer Parade - Rotary float

This Rotary Club float with young women in bathing suits, the U. S. flag, and the Rotary symbol was photographed before or after the 1948 Marineer Parade. Rotary Club began in Anacortes in 1922. For other views of Rotary floats, see WF 1463, 1509, 1510, 1556, 1557. South Side Texaco Service Station is at the right. It was first listed at 18th and Commercial in the 1948 directory; it was there in 1954, but gone by 1962.

Image of WF 1723 - Pavilion - location unknown

WF 1723 - Pavilion - location unknown

This is a series of five photos, WF 1723-1727 and possibly 1728, that Brady took of a rustic outdoor pavilion, the purpose of which is unknown. It does not appear to have been in or near Anacortes. An indication of its location may be found on the table in the foreground of WF 1724; place cards or placemats at each place setting say, "San Juan Island", indicating this pavilion was located there. The only signs in the room that give any indication of its purpose are: a wooden board running across the top of the fireplace says, "Friendship's Fires are Always Burning," and a small sign on the far right side of the photo, only partially legible, says, "Guests .... Temple of the Gods." (?) The rus

Image of WF 1724 - Unknown pavilion and event

WF 1724 - Unknown pavilion and event

This is a series of five photos, WF 1723-1727 and possibly 1728, that Brady took of a rustic outdoor pavilion, the purpose of which is unknown. It does not appear to have been in or near Anacortes. An indication of its location may be found on the table in the foreground of WF 1723; place cards or placemats at each place setting say, "San Juan Island", indicating this pavilion was located there. The only signs in the room that give any indication of its purpose are: a wooden board running across the top of the fireplace says, "Friendship's Fires are Always Burning," and a small sign on the far right side of the photo, only partially legible, says, "Guests .... Temple of the Gods." (?) The rus