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Image of 2016.033.001-.005 - Uniform, Sports

2016.033.001-.005 - Uniform, Sports

Baseball uniform for W V Company Retail. .001 - shirt .002 - knickers .003 - green socks .004 - purple and white socks .005 - thigh padding

Image of 2007.029.003 - AHS Baseball

2007.029.003 - AHS Baseball

B/W photo titled, "AHS Baseball." Shows 10 young men posed in front of 2 cars.

Image of WF 2973 - 1944 Anacortes High School baseball team

WF 2973 - 1944 Anacortes High School baseball team

1944 Anacortes High School (AHS) baseball team. Coach Chester Rhodes. Back row: My Myron Weitz, Coach Chester Roades, Bruce Symonds, Johnny Whitney, Gordon Rydberg, Vladimer Seman, Jack Morelock, Walter Spencer, David Whitney, Eugene Larson, Tilman Morgan, Bill Springer, Vernon Woens. Middle row: Orville McCary, manager; Nolan Marshall, Don Sullivan, Duane Welk, Milton Larson, Gene Lundgaard, J.T. Owens, Tommy Lian, Llewellyn Bargewell. Front row: Duane Berentson, John Jurkovich, Harold Noggle, LeRoy Asseln, Bill Erickson, Kenneth Schneider.

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 0946.002 - AHS baseball player

WF 0946.002 - AHS baseball player

Anacortes High School baseball player. This photo was taken by Charles Judd, who took the high school annual photos in the 1920s.

Image of WF 0946.001 - AHS baseball player

WF 0946.001 - AHS baseball player

Anacortes High School baseball player. This photo was taken by Charles Judd, who took the high school annual photos in the 1920s.

Image of WF 0946.003 - AHS baseball player

WF 0946.003 - AHS baseball player

Anacortes High School baseball player. This photo was taken by Charles Judd, who took the high school annual photos in the 1920s.

Image of WF 0947.001 - Rufe Webb

WF 0947.001 - Rufe Webb

Anacortes High School baseball player, Rufe Webb, class of 1923. This photo was taken by Charles Judd, who took the high school annual photos in the 1920s.

Image of WF 0947.002 - Rufe Webb

WF 0947.002 - Rufe Webb

Anacortes High School baseball player, Rufe Webb, class of 1923. This photo was taken by Charles Judd, who took the high school annual photos in the 1920s.

Image of WF 0947.003 - Rufe Webb

WF 0947.003 - Rufe Webb

Anacortes High School baseball player, Rufe Webb, class of 1923. This photo was taken by Charles Judd, who took the high school annual photos in the 1920s.

Image of WF 0948 - Frank Brown

WF 0948 - Frank Brown

Anacortes High School baseball player, Frank Brown. This photo was taken by Charles Judd, who took the high school annual photos in the 1920s.

Image of WF 0949 - AHS baseball player

WF 0949 - AHS baseball player

Anacortes High School baseball player. This photo was taken by Charles Judd, who took the high school annual photos in the 1920s.

Image of WF 0950.A,B - AHS baseball player

WF 0950.A,B - AHS baseball player

Anacortes High School baseball player. This photo was taken by Charles Judd, who took the high school annual photos in the 1920s.

Image of WF 1293 - Causland Park - Labor Day

WF 1293 - Causland Park - Labor Day

Causland Park is 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 form 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 who was killed in Europe in 1918. The 8-4-1919, ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Work began this week on rock wall at Causland Park:" Architect LePage took men to Waldron Island where he found sandstone of quality an

Image of WF 2232 - Anacortes Lumber & Box, American Legion Post 13

WF 2232 - Anacortes Lumber & Box, American Legion Post 13

This image of baseball players from Anacortes Lumber & Box and American Legion Post 13. The photo was taken on the Anacortes High School field. Baseball appeared early on Fidalgo Island. A form of the game was played in the 1820s with the first formal rules established in 1845. By 1875 it was being played in Whatcom County, which at that time included Skagit County. On 8-3-1889 the ANACORTES PROGRESS reported on a baseball game at Anacortes. By the following year, with the boom of the town, several baseball clubs had been formed, including an Indian club which found that the ball field afforded them one of the few areas where they could compete on their merits in white society. In its rep

Image of WF 6021 - Mark Funk at his baseball game 1960's

WF 6021 - Mark Funk at his baseball game 1960's

Mark Funk, eldest child of Wallie and Mary Ann Funk at a baseball game; he is in his uniform. He was born in Anacortes in 1955. Photograph taken when the family lived on Whidbey Island.

Image of WF 2241.A,B - Coast Guard Station 12 baseball team

WF 2241.A,B - Coast Guard Station 12 baseball team

This image is of the Coast Guard Station 12 baseball team. Left to right: Eddie Lendt, Left field; Clearance Myers, right field; Bennie Newton, Pitcher; Barney ___, center field; ___ Vanlac, 3rd base; Bill Hudgins, catcher; Walt Brown, short stop, Roy Layman, 1st base; Maurice Surett, 2nd base; Bos'n Ludviksen, Coach; Billy Newton "Mascot". The team is photographed standing at the athletic field located between 15th and 17th on the east side of Commercial. The fence and lumberyard of Morrison Mill is visible in the rear. This was the traditional site on the Anacortes "baseball park" as mentioned in the 7-6-1893 ANACORTES AMERICAN. Note "Cypress Ice Cream and Beverages" scoreboard in rear. C

Image of WF 2607 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/baseball coach

WF 2607 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/baseball coach

Howard Boulton was an Anacortes High School teacher, baseball coach, and basketball coach. Born on February 16, 1907, in Michigan, Boulton moved to Washington in 1912. He graduated from Sedro Woolley High School. He was a teacher and coach at Anacortes High School for thirteen years, from c. 1930-1943. In 1943 Boulton moved to Concrete and served as a grade school principal until 1971. He and his wife, Rhoda, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. Boulton died on October 5, 1985, in Prescott, Arizona. The men on either side are unidentified, but they were probably assistant baseball coaches.

Image of WF 2606 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

WF 2606 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

Howard Boulton was an Anacortes High School teacher, baseball coach, and basketball coach. Born on February 16, 1907, in Michigan, Boulton moved to Washington in 1912. He graduated from Sedro Woolley High School. He was a teacher and coach at Anacortes High School for thirteen years, from c. 1930-1943. In 1943 Boulton moved to Concrete and served as a grade school principal until 1971. He and his wife, Rhoda, retired to Apache unction, Arizona. Boulton died on October 5, 1985, in Prescott, Arizona. The man on the right is unidentified, but judging from WF 2607, he was probably an assistant baseball coach.

Image of WF 2671.002 - Merritt Mills, AHS coach 1926-7

WF 2671.002 - Merritt Mills, AHS coach 1926-7

Merritt Mills coached football, basketball and baseball at Anacortes High School for one year, 1926-1927.