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Image of 2013.028.017 - Book

2013.028.017 - Book

Vera Mooney received for Christmas 1905 from Anna Joiner a book titled HOW A DEAR LITTLE COUPLE WENT ABROAD by Mary D. Brine. The story and pictures are 47 pages long. Copyright is 1903 by the Philadelphia publishing company of Henry Altemus Company.

Image of 2013.047.001 - Book, Coloring

2013.047.001 - Book, Coloring

1879-1979, Anacortes Centennial Coloring Book. "a 24-page set of line drawings depicting the history of Fidalgo Island from 1879 to the present". NOTE: This issue of the book is only 20 pages and page 18 and 19 are duplicates of same picture. The coloring book project was suggested by Terry Slotemaker, then the teacher for his eighth grade class for extra credit. The eighth grade artists with pictures in the book are: Nanette Garrison, William Hillis, Nancy Lawrence, Sherri Mouw, Tony Norg, Rich Papritz, Leanne Phipps, Leigh Slotemaker and Tima Stam. For more information see newspaper article from the ANACORTES AMERICAN, May 19, 1979 see: 2013.047.002

Image of 2013.047.002 - Article

2013.047.002 - Article

1879-1979, Anacortes Centennial Coloring Book. "a 24-page set of line drawings depicting the history of Fidalgo Island from 1879 to the present". The coloring book project was suggested by Terry Slotemaker, then the teacher for his eighth grade class for extra credit. The eighth grade artists with pictures in the book are: Nanette Garrison, William Hillis, Nancy Lawrence, Sherri Mouw, Tony Norg, Rich Papritz, Leanne Phipps, Leigh Slotemaker and Tima Stam. For more information see coloring book at 2013.047.001; also 2001.020.001

Image of 2013.077.306 - Correspondence

2013.077.306 - Correspondence

On January 5, 1989, Paul Luvera, Sr., wrote a letter to Phyllis Luvera Ennes, Anita Luvera Mayer, and Paul N. Luvera, Jr. expressing his pride in them. He had just seen a movie about a family with four children who had squandered their inheritance, and he was inspired to write this letter at 11 p.m.

Image of 1997.004.009 - Print

1997.004.009 - Print

These 13 prints once hung in the Carnegie Library downstairs in the children's area. .001 - boy and girl characters in Dutch attire in wagon pulled by a rabbit; artist Renee Barnes .002 - "Humpty Dumpty Circus"; artist Renee Barnes .003 - two stuffed girl and boy dolls and a blue horse with white dots; artist Renee Barnes .004 - three little pigs and brick house; artist Renee Barnes .005 - Little Red Riding Hood and wolf; artist Albert Hencke .006 - little girl bringing flowers to woman in white cap; artist G. Sheridan Knowles .007 - boy teaching animals in forest; artist Margaret

Image of 1997.116 - unidentified children

1997.116 - unidentified children

Two unidentified children; a boy and a girl, riding a tricycle.

Image of 1997.160 - Unknown family

1997.160 - Unknown family

Parents and five children - Four girls and one boy. Professional portrait.

Image of D.I.012.001 - unknown

D.I.012.001 - unknown

Portrait of three children, identified as Alexander, 7.5 years on right, Helen, 5.5 years on left, and Caroline 2.5 years.

Image of 1997.352 - Easter Sunday, April 24, 1924, Birmingha, Alabama

1997.352 - Easter Sunday, April 24, 1924, Birmingha, Alabama

"Easter Sunday, April 20, 1924, Birmingham, Ala" . Two women, one boy and one girl. This appears to be three generations. All 3 females are wearing coats and Easter hats. The boy is in a suit with knickers.

Image of 1997.716 - Delphians

1997.716 - Delphians

Delphian Society. Glen Eckren 1931 16 women and 2 children standing on and in front of the porch and steps of a home The Delphian Society was formed in Chicago around 1910 to promote education in the arts, literature, and history in a specially-designed format directed at women specifically. Chapters of the Delphian Society opened across the country. This ‘Delphian Course’ was a combination of book club and correspondence course, involving a condensed

Image of 1997.719 - Possibly Rowland - 7th Street

1997.719 - Possibly Rowland - 7th Street

Two little girls standing in a yard in front of house. Written on back of photo: "7th St."

Image of 2001.059 -

2001.059 -

Laser copy of photo of 16 formally dressed children wearing roller skates. Note on back: "This skating rink was on the top floor of the old Elks Building (now City Hall). As I recall, the top floor had been a dance hall." Left to right: Bobette Moore, ?, ?, ?, Susan Lowman, Claudia Lowman, virginia Smiley, Lynne Kilbreath, George Swors, Terry Kilbreath, Nancy Heglund, Carla Thayer, ?, Billy Thayer. Dudley Pennick "Minister". NOTE from Claudia Lowman, 06/22/2011: "The skating event was not a church event. It was something hosted at the skating rink on the second floor of the Anacortes City Hall building. This was a staged mock wedding. Sue and I were in dance classes from

Image of 2002.123.026 -

2002.123.026 -

South Campbell Lake kids on beach (neg #31), c. 1927. Marian Elvebak, Lillian Elvebak, Norman Elvebak, Ruth Elvebak, Sigler Moen, Harvey Moen, Harold Elvebak, Clarence Horn, Palma Elvebak, Walter Elvebak, Agnes Elvebak, Helen Elvebak, Harriet Horn, unknown, unknown

Image of D.I.014.A,B - Eddie, Mark, & Marie Butler

D.I.014.A,B - Eddie, Mark, & Marie Butler

Portrait of Eddie, Mark, and Marie Butler, turn of the century. Mark, in center sitting on high chair draped with heavy cloth, Eddie on left, Marie on right, standing on fur rug. Information from back: children on Dr. Edward and Catherine Butler, early residents of Anacortes. Eddie was hit by a baseball in the temple, which caused his death. Member of Anacortes school baseball team. Mame Benn and Margaret Starr were aunts of the children. This information is from the accession information card. The information, of which there is evidence that it has been erased and written over, on the back of copy A states, "Eddie died of tuberculosis in 1910. Dr. Butler died in March 1913."

Image of D.I.016.A,B - GILKEY, Wade + Lillian

D.I.016.A,B - GILKEY, Wade + Lillian

Wade and Lillian Gilkey sitting on a table and holding stuffed animals. They were the children of Walter and Nell Gilkey who were Guemes Island residents.

Image of D.I.079 - Clare, Harold, Azilda, and Grace Burgett

D.I.079 - Clare, Harold, Azilda, and Grace Burgett

Portrait of, left to right: Clare, Harold, Azilda, and Grace Burgett. They were the children of Clark and Louise Burgett

Image of D.I.141 - Nancy and Carolyn Shaw

D.I.141 - Nancy and Carolyn Shaw

Portrait of Nancy and Carolyn Shaw. Children are sitting on a bench wearing white dresses and stockings and black shoes.

Image of D.I.142 - Nancy and Carolyn Shaw

D.I.142 - Nancy and Carolyn Shaw

Portrait of two girls, possibly related to the Shaw family. Girls are wearing white dresses with embroidery on front. One has a white bow in her hair.

Image of D.I.157.A.B.C -

D.I.157.A.B.C -

Anna and Walter Schwartz. Walter is in a stroller with Anna standing beside him. Anna is dressed in black dress with lace collar.

Image of D.I.194 - Oscar and Marie Anderson - 1900

D.I.194 - Oscar and Marie Anderson - 1900

Oscar and Marie Anderson as young children. Oscar is wearing a dark suit and white shirt with wide lace collar and cuffs. Marie has white dress with wide lace collar. Both are wearing high button shoes.