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Image of 2016.024.003 - Book

2016.024.003 - Book

"Fidalgo Treasures, A Collection from the Fidalgo Literary Society" was published in 1994. "The Fidalgo Literary Society is a tongue-in-cheek name for the Creative Writing Class which has met for approximately fifteen years at the Anacortes Senion Center. During that time, the class has fluctuated in size and has had a number of instructors. They have inspired us to write on a regular basis and explore a variety of styles." The book has three sections: Fidalgo Focus, Wednesday 10 AM, and In Memory. There is a mixture of prose and poetry.

Image of 2013.027.001-.010 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.001-.010 - Specimen, Plant

In 1957, Judy Stombaugh created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about veining, branching, bundles, shrub, sepals, stamens, petals, ovary, corolla, flower, common name, family name, habitat, and the date it was collected. .001 - mint .002 - buttercup .003 - forget me not .004 - Scotch bloom .005 - honeysuckle .006 - Oregon grape .007 - rhododendron .008 - huckleberry .009 - star flower .010 - spring beauty

Image of 2013.027.011-.023 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.011-.023 - Specimen, Plant

In 1957, Judy Stombaugh created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about veining, branching, bundles, shrub, sepals, stamens, petals, ovary, corolla, flower, common name, family name, habitat, and the date it was collected. .011 - maple .012 - wild currant .013 - wild currant .014 - nettle .015 - yarrow .016 - dandelion .017 - giant dandelion .018 - mission bell .019 - lilaceae .020 - money plant .021 - wild mustard .022 - wild mustard .023 - wild strawberry

Image of 2013.027.024-.034 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.024-.034 - Specimen, Plant

In 1957, Judy Stombaugh created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about veining, branching, bundles, shrub, sepals, stamens, petals, ovary, corolla, flower, common name, family name, habitat, and the date it was collected. .024 - wild rose .025 - wild blackberry .026 - thimble berry .027 - fringe cup .028 - vetch .029 - fir .030 - not identified .031 - not identified .032 - Indian paint brush .033 - hawk weed .034 - grass

Image of 2013.027.035 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.035 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. This member of the grass family is named creeping foxtail.

Image of 2013.027.036-.044 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.036-.044 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. These samples are monocots. .036 - skunk cabbage .037 - sedge .038 - cheat grass .039 - orchard grass .040 - grass widow .041 - common rush .042 - lesser duckweed .043 - large camass .044 - small camass

Image of 2013.027.045-.052 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.045-.052 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. These samples are monocots. .045 - fawn lily .046 - chocolate lily .047 - large false Solomon's seal .048 - wood lily .049 - death camass .050 - Solomon's seal .051 - fairy slipper .052 - spotted coral-root

Image of 2013.027.053-.062 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.053-.062 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. These samples are dicots. .053 - vine maple .054 - large-leafed maple .055 - large periwinkle .056 - small periwinkle .057 - devils club .058 - mountain Oregon grape .059 - Oregon grape .060 - red alder .061 - smaller forget-me-not .062 - small blue forget-me-not

Image of 2013.027.063-.072 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.063-.072 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. These samples are dicots. .063 - climbing honeysuckle .064 - red elderberry .065 - field chickweed .066 - mouse-eared chickweed .067 - burning bush .068 - yarrow .069 - sweet colts-foot .070 - common dandelion .071 - common dogwood .072 - creek dogwood

Image of 2013.027.073-.082 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.073-.082 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. These samples are dicots. .073 - broad-leaved stone crop .074 - tower mustard .075 - hairy rock cress .076 - winter cress .077 - wild turnip .078 - shepherds purse .079 - sundew .080 - soap-olallee .081 - madrone .082 - kinnikinnic

Image of 2013.027.083-.092 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.083-.092 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. These samples are dicots. .083 - salal .084 - mountain laurel .085 - rhododendron .086 - red huckleberry .087 - bleeding heart .088 - cut leafed geranium .089 - doves foot geranium .090 - creeping charlie .091 - red dead-nettle .092 - penny royal

Image of 2013.027.093-.102 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.093-.102 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. These samples are dicots. .093 - Scotch broom .094 - lupine .095 - red clover .096 - wild pea .097 - pond lily .098 - naked broom-rape .099 - wood sorrel .100 - California poppy .101 - black plantain .102 - broad-leaved plantain

Image of 2013.027.103-.112 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.103-.112 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. These samples are dicots. .103 - thrift .104 - skunk weed .105 - red sorrel .106 - curly dock .107 - candy flower .108 - miners lettuce .109 - shooting star .110 - starflower .111 - wood larkspur .112 - field buttercup

Image of 2013.027.113-.122 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.113-.122 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. These samples are dicots. .113 - cascara .114 - service berry .115 - wild field strawberry .116 - Indian peach .117 - thimbleberry .118 - salmon-berry .119 - common wild rose .120 - goose grass .121 - wild madder .122 - red willow

Image of 2013.027.123-.132 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.123-.132 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. These samples are dicots. .123 - tall alum root .124 - red flower currant .125 - small saxifrage .126 - fringe-cup .127 - woodland star .128 - Indian paint brush .129 - small blue monkey flower .130 - common monkey flower .131 - hairy orthocarpus .132 - dwarf orthocarpus

Image of 2013.027.133-.141 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.133-.141 - Specimen, Plant

In 1963, Gib Moore created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about family formula, family name, common name, and where the plant was found. These samples are dicots. .133 - neckweed .134 - poison hemlock .135 - spring gold .136 - western sweet cicely .137 - nettle .138 - corn-salad .139 - western blue violet .140 - wood violet .141 - wild pansy

Image of 2013.027.142-.152 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.142-.152 - Specimen, Plant

Probably in the 1950s Jo Howard created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about common name, family name, habitat, and the date it was collected. .142 - Scotch bloom .143-.150 - not identified .151 - daisy .152 - not identified

Image of 2013.027.153-.162 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.153-.162 - Specimen, Plant

Probably in the 1950s Jo Howard created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about common name, family name, habitat, and the date it was collected. .153 - sweet clover .154 - blackberry .155-.156 - unidentified .157 - thimbleberry .158 - unidentified .159 - white sweet clover .160 - unidentified .161 - wild rose .162 - Oregon grape

Image of 2013.027.163-.172 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.163-.172 - Specimen, Plant

Probably in the 1950s Jo Howard created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about common name, family name, habitat, and the date it was collected. .163 - snapdragon .164 - chocolate lily .165 - flowering currant .166 - violet .167 - .168 - unidentified .169 - Japanese clover .170 - sweet pea .171 - .172 - unidentified

Image of 2013.027.173-.182 - Specimen, Plant

2013.027.173-.182 - Specimen, Plant

Probably in the 1950s Jo Howard created this collection of dried flowers for a botany class. Each page includes information about common name, family name, habitat, and the date it was collected. .173-.176 - unidentified .177 - wild strawberry .178 - dandelion .179 - camass .180 - unidentified .181 - vetch .182 - sour grass