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Image of 2006.039.009.002.003 - Application

2006.039.009.002.003 - Application

A grouping of 11 pages, these requests were submitted by John Sabella to receive permission from the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division, to use image UM11139 (smuggling Chinese) in the video ANACORTES: THE PERFECT PORT. Object 2006.039.009.002.003 is an application for permission.

Image of 2006.039.009.002.004 - Application

2006.039.009.002.004 - Application

A grouping of 11 pages, these requests were submitted by John Sabella to receive permission from the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division, to use image UM11139 (smuggling Chinese) in the video ANACORTES: THE PERFECT PORT. Object 2006.039.009.002.004 is an application for permission: Project Description.

Image of 2006.039.009.003.001 - Statement

2006.039.009.003.001 - Statement

A grouping of 11 pages, these requests were submitted by John Sabella to receive permission from the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division, to use image UM11139 (smuggling Chinese) in the video ANACORTES: THE PERFECT PORT. Object 2006.039.009.003.1 is a statement (#130070) 02/10/2006) for digital photogragh and it's fees totalling $48.43

Image of 2006.039.009.003.002 - Statement

2006.039.009.003.002 - Statement

A grouping of 11 pages, these requests were submitted by John Sabella to receive permission from the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division, to use image UM11139 (smuggling Chinese) in the video ANACORTES: THE PERFECT PORT. Object 2006.039.009.003.1 is a statement (#130084) 02/16/2006) for digital photogragh and it's fees totalling $48.43

Image of 2006.039.009.003.003 - Documents

2006.039.009.003.003 - Documents

A grouping of 11 pages, these requests were submitted by John Sabella to receive permission from the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division, to use image UM11309 (smuggling Chinese) in the video ANACORTES: THE PERFECT PORT. Object 2006.039.009.003.003 is a description of photo stating: Negative no.: UV 11309; Collection: 979.505 WE, West Shore, Nov. 9, 1889; Description: Smuggling Chinese (Cover). "This photograph is issued by the University of Washington LIbraries, Special Collections Division. Use of the image requires written permission from Special Collections. THis image may not be sold, redistributed, copied or distributed as a photograph, electronic

Image of 2006.039.009.003.004 - Documents

2006.039.009.003.004 - Documents

A grouping of 11 pages, these requests were submitted by John Sabella to receive permission from the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division, to use image UM11139 (smuggling Chinese) in the video ANACORTES: THE PERFECT PORT. Object 2006.039.009.003.4 is a document stating: "Negative no: UW 26204Z Collection: 979.506 PM; Description: Pacific Monthly, Feb. 1910, p 191 (Larry Kelly). This photograph is issued by the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division. Use of the image requires written perission from Special Collections. This image may not be sold, redistributed, copied, or distributed as a photograph, electronic file or other med

Image of 2006.039.009.004.001 - Documents

2006.039.009.004.001 - Documents

A grouping of 11 pages, these requests were submitted by John Sabella to receive permission from the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division, to use image UM11139 (smuggling Chinese) in the video ANACORTES: THE PERFECT PORT. Object 2006.039.009.004.001 is a "Request for Permission to Reproduce or Publish Photographs/architectural drawings". Submitted by John Sabella on behalf of himself and the Anacortes Museum Foundation to use photographs from the Whatcom Museum of History and Art Collection in the publication of the vides, "Anacortes: The Perfect Port". Dated 04/01/2006

Image of 2006.039.009.004.002 - Documents

2006.039.009.004.002 - Documents

A grouping of 11 pages, these requests were submitted by John Sabella to receive permission from the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division, to use image UM11139 (smuggling Chinese) in the video ANACORTES: THE PERFECT PORT. Object 2006.039.009.004.001 is a "Reproduction Request: University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division", Request for images of Smuggler Kelly's house on Guemes Island.

Image of 2003.023.007 - Calendar

2003.023.007 - Calendar

1983 Anacortes Fishing Calendar, 15 photographs of fishing industry in Anacortes. Inside, next to last page, is written, "Most popular calendar of all. Only 40 left. Good again in 2005. Hope you enjoy. Bill 1-03". Made by Bill Mitchell

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 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 2014.011.012 - Photograph

2014.011.012 - Photograph

This folded paper is titled "Pacific Northwest Marine Fishes" and depicts men brailing fish from a net onto a boat.

Image of 2014.011.035.001-.002 - Correspondence

2014.011.035.001-.002 - Correspondence

On June 23, 1948, Roy Maricich wrote a letter to Floyd and Frances Lunsford. The return address is "c/o Peninsula Packing Co., M.S. La Merced, False Pass, Alaska, Boat (Iceland)". The Lunsfords lived at 1105 K Avenue in Anacortes. Roy wrote about the terrible weather and fishing they were experiencing, face hair that was growing or shaved off, the beauty of Alaska, and the lack of good mail service.

Image of 2014.011.026 - Article

2014.011.026 - Article

Ivan Suryan arrived in New York harbor from Yugoslavia in 1939 knowing no English. He crossed the U. S. on a train and arrived in Anacortes to re-united with his brothers in Anacortes. By 1945 he was a naturalized citizen, and by the time of this article (probably June in the mid 1950s) he owned a home, a car, and was skipper of the SWEET HOME. He worked hard at learning English, especially by watching movies. This article is titled, "First Sight of America Amazes Naturalized Son" and was published in an unknown paper at an unknown date. On the back of the article is an ad for Dairy Queen at 22nd and Commercial, from which the probable dates are established.

Image of 1997.019.001.087 - Newspaper

1997.019.001.087 - Newspaper

The SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER published an article on Anacortes in its Sunday Northwest Today section on April 15, 1973. Meant to entice visitors to the city, the article touches on tourism, art galleries, antique shops, Marine Supply and Hardware, Croatians, fishing, climate, Skyline development, Washington Park, Mt. Erie, taverns, refineries, lack of crime, wood products, and past industries.

Image of 2012.115.021 - Notice, Legal

2012.115.021 - Notice, Legal

The Washington state Department of Fisheries announced on August 24, 1931, the approaching ten-day fishing closures for three separate areas of greater Puget Sound.

Image of 2017.057.002 - Book

2017.057.002 - Book

"Their Fathers' Work: Casting Nets with the World's Fishermen" was written by William McCloskey and published in 1998. McCloskey wrote of commercial fishermen world-wide, their trials and elations.

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 2001.096.019 - Can

2001.096.019 - Can

154 (A-YYYYYY) empty salmon cannery cans prior to putting on top lid and labels. Side seam is soldered and bottom "lid" is on. Top edge is flanged, ready for the lid to be put on and sealed.

Image of 2001.096.047 - Net

2001.096.047 - Net

Cotton-cording fishing net used from fishing boats