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Image of 2006.068.003 - Ledger

2006.068.003 - Ledger

Inventory ledger, hardbound black with red spine and outside corners. This ledger is a record of fish catch of Sebastian Stuart Cannery and Bellingham Canning Co. by location. In the back of the book are two pages listing the income from the sale of crates of Strawberries and Loganberries by W. H. Pride & Co. for May through September of 1926.

Image of 2012.094 - Brochure

2012.094 - Brochure

Four-fold pamphlet "The Port of Anacortes, Skagit County, Washington, ...Gateway to the San Juan Islands". The brochure tells of things available to do in Anacortes, i.e. Fishing, Boating, Bathing, Golfing, Scenic, Pulp & Paper, Harbor, Commercial Fishing, Fish Packing, and Lumber. Also included on the brochure is statistical information regarding Anacortes. Population: 7,500 2,200 families 2,100 of families own homes Cap Sante Park Washington Park Schools Churches Fraternal Organizations Climate Map of area

Image of 2013.078 - Newspaper

2013.078 - Newspaper

THE PUGET SOUND MAIL newspaper, LaConner, Washington, 98257, Thursday, June 12, 1975. Article titled: "Anacortes Pays Tribute to Pioneer Fishermen" Article is about a program given by Bill Lowman in Anacortes about thr Croation Fishermen in Anacortes. Has photo of fishermen pulling in a net of fish between a fishing boat and a skiff. c.1930

Image of 2013.071.007 - Cartoon

2013.071.007 - Cartoon

The TACOMA LEDGER originally published this political cartoon which appeared in PACIFIC FISHERMAN, March 1905, Volume 3. It is titled "A Collection of Fish Experts at Olympia." The two of interest from Anacortes were A. Woolard, top right, and William A. Lowman, third from right in middle row. Nothing is written of Woolard other than being from Anacortes. Lowman is described as "owns a cannery all by himself." Among others were the fish commissioner of British Columbia and the head of Washington State fish hatcheries.

Image of 2013.077.399.008.A,B,C,D - Coupon, Ration

2013.077.399.008.A,B,C,D - Coupon, Ration

During the World War II years of 1942-1945, the Office of Price Administration was established to ration commodities such as gasoline, fuel oil, and food. These ration coupons are for five points for meat, fats, fish, and cheese.

Image of 2013.077.399.009 - Coupon, Ration

2013.077.399.009 - Coupon, Ration

During the World War II years of 1942-1945, the Office of Price Administration was established to ration commodities such as gasoline, fuel oil, and food. These ration coupons are for twenty points for meat, fats, fish, and cheese.

Image of 2013.077.399.006 - Coupon, Ration

2013.077.399.006 - Coupon, Ration

During the World War II years of 1942-1945, the Office of Price Administration was established to ration commodities such as gasoline, fuel oil, and food. These ration coupons are for ten points for meat, fats, fish, and cheese.

Image of 2014.058.007 - Log, Ship's

2014.058.007 - Log, Ship's

Captain Tom Haugen of the WAWONA used this log book to list the fishermen and dressgang, as well as the number of fish caught from 1936-1947. The specifications of the ship are on the first page.

Image of 2000.017.024 - Model - Ship

2000.017.024 - Model - Ship

Fishing Vessel -Model of Purse Seiner in Glass case - Purse Seiner style Cannery Tender easily adapted to seining by adding a power block. Made by Bill Lowman

Image of 2001.096.014 - Box, Food-storage

2001.096.014 - Box, Food-storage

One empty box to hold canned salmon from the Anacortes canneries. On the side, in red writing, is printed: "Canned Salmon, Our Greatest Food from the Sea"

Image of 2001.096.015 - Box, Food-storage

2001.096.015 - Box, Food-storage

One empty box to hold canned salmon from the Anacortes canneries. On the side, in red writing, is printed: "Canned Salmon, Our Greatest Food from the Sea". there is a print of a large Salmon on the long sides of the box.

Image of 2010.008.001-.011 - Boat, parts

2010.008.001-.011 - Boat, parts

Parts from the dismantled schooner, WAWONA: one ships hanging knew; mast hoops in 4 parts; 3 drift pins; 1 chain plate and 2 chain plate drift pins On September 12th 1897, master shipbuilder Hans Bendixen launched the largest three masted schooner ever built on the west coast of North America, the Wawona. Built for the Dolbeer & Carson Lumber Company of Eureka California, WAWONA is 165 feet long with a 36 foot beam and a depth of 12 feet 3 inches. At the turn of the century, there were over 300 commercial schooners like WAWONA in the proud Pacific sailing fleet. Today, only two of these ships still exist: WAWONA, at Northwest Seaport in Seattle, and her sister ship the C.A.Thayer at the N

Image of 2015.044.003 - Gaff, Fish

2015.044.003 - Gaff, Fish

This fish gaff is home-made. A 3.5 x 8.5 rusty hook is attached to a 16" piece of wood with twine which is wound through two holes in the wood and around the handle and hook. The hook is in a slot in the handle and also attached with flathead nails.

Image of 2015.044.002 - Gaff, Fish

2015.044.002 - Gaff, Fish

This fish gaff is home-made. A 3.5" rusty hook is attached to a 23.25" piece of bamboo with wire which is wound through a hole in the bamboo and around the pole and hook eight times.

Image of 2015.092.002 - Nameplate

2015.092.002 - Nameplate

Name board from side of crate for Robinson Fisheries Co., Anacortes, Wash. "Merchants Despatch, C.B. & O., Great Western" In 1912 Robinson Fisheries Co. moved to the foot of Erie Avenue from 3rd Street and M Avenue where they cured and packed codfish

Image of 1997.089 - Emptying a purse net with a brailer

1997.089 - Emptying a purse net with a brailer

Fishermen are unloading purse net with a brailer.

Image of 1997.090 - Loading a fish skow/barge

1997.090 - Loading a fish skow/barge

Fisherman loading a fish barge for transport.

Image of 1997.093 - Unloading a fish skow/barge

1997.093 - Unloading a fish skow/barge

Unloading fish barge. Fisherman with a large fish on the end of a stick, two other men behind him in vessel.

Image of 1997.096 - Pulling in seine net from skif

1997.096 - Pulling in seine net from skif

Fishermen pulling in seine net from skiff.

Image of 1997.106 - Fishermen pulling in seine net

1997.106 - Fishermen pulling in seine net

Fishermen pulling in seine net. Two small fishing boats full of fishermen with net between them. Man from left holding a pole down in net, man at right sitting at edge.