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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 2014.011.026 - 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 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 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 2010.022.001-.003 - Oar

2010.022.001-.003 - Oar

Two 8' oars/sweep and one 9' oar/sweep. Oars were found in home when current owner was remodeling (1410 25th court). Home was that of the Franulovich family, long-time residents (Croatian) of Anacortes and fishermen. They were found in a plywood box labeled: From: "Paul Franulovich, Seward, Alaska"; To: "Mrs. Paul Franulovich, 908 7th St., Anacortes, Wash."

Image of 2010.054 - Model - Ship

2010.054 - Model - Ship

Hand-made model of the fishing vessel ADRIATIC. It was made by Pete Dragovich, former Anacortes Chief of Police and former fisherman. It is representative of local fishing and woodworking craftsmanship. Mr. Dragovich and his family are life-long residents of our city.

Image of 1997.097 - Fisherman gill netting

1997.097 - Fisherman gill netting

A boat in rough waters. The fisherman is pulling in a fish net. His method of fishing is gill netting.

Image of 1997.103 - Fishing boat at unknown location

1997.103 - Fishing boat at unknown location

Purse Seiner, stamped on reverse: "Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding Corporation; Sumerset, Mass" Location is unknown.

Image of 1997.104 - Pulling in a seine net

1997.104 - Pulling in a seine net

Pulling in seine net with a revolving drum -- side view of boat.

Image of 1997.105 - Pulling in a purse seine net

1997.105 - Pulling in a purse seine net

Fishermen pulling in a seine net on the fishing boat "CAROLINA BELINGHAM" with a revolving drum. Back of photo is stamped, "Anacortes Chamber of Commerce, Anacortes, Washington"

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.

Image of 1997.107 - Bringing seine net onboard

1997.107 - Bringing seine net onboard

Fishermen stowing seine net onboard.

Image of D.XX.003.123 - Purse seiners moored on Guemes Channel

D.XX.003.123 - Purse seiners moored on Guemes Channel

Backs of two fishing boats: CLEVELAND, Anacortes and AMERICAN BEAUTY, Los Angeles. They are moored on the Guemes Channel. Large boat in background. On back : Anacortes Museum rights stamps, "22" and stamped "4124"

Image of 1999.053.001.A-G - Building the UNCLE JOHN

1999.053.001.A-G - Building the UNCLE JOHN

Photograph "Building of the Uncle John ". The UNCLE JOHN was a 46.5 foot purse seiner which was built in 1913. To the left is owner John Babarovich. The boat builder John Taylor is to the right.

Image of 2000.017.006 - SWEET HOME boat belonging to Will Lowman at the Lowman Cannery (White Crest

2000.017.006 - SWEET HOME boat belonging to Will Lowman at the Lowman Cannery (White Crest

SWEET HOME boat belonging to Will Lowman at the Lowman Cannery (White Crest??) before 1920

Image of 2000.017.009 - Sale notice for BEATRICE BAER and COAST

2000.017.009 - Sale notice for BEATRICE BAER and COAST

Magazine page cop from PACIFIC FISHERMAN, Page 39. "FOR SALE Crude oil burning Steam Tug, BEATRICE BAER; and Distillate Fishing Boat COAST" The BEATRICE BAER: "Length over all, 81 ft. Width over all, 20.6 ft. Inside width, 17.4 ft. Depth of hull, 10 ft. Draft under full load, 11 ft., Built 1912. Boilers -- Almy water tube, allowed 250 lbs. Engines -- 12 x 25 x 6 fore and aft compound main engine. Donkey engine forward of pilot house. Electric light. Oak frames. Heavily contructed. Carries 200 bbls. of oil and 5,500 gals. of water, giving a cruising radius of 2,000 miles. Equipped with overboard pumps for supplying water to other boats and drivers. Generally acknow

Image of D.XX.002.004.003 - View from Glen Eckren 1930.

D.XX.002.004.003 - View from Glen Eckren 1930.

Tree with water and islands in the background. Written on front of photo: View from Glen Eckren 1930. There are tugboats with barges and fishing boats on the water.

Image of D.XX 003 -

D.XX 003 -

A fishing boat at dock.

Image of 2002.002.011 - Aboard the APACHE

2002.002.011 - Aboard the APACHE

Men aboard vessel APACHE out of Seattle. Anacortes fishermen: Harold Johnson, Pet Sylte, S. J., Einar Beckland, Ernie Jorgeson. Letter to Will Sarvis from Clara Bowe-Beyer states that she found out from her brother-in-law, Clyde M. LeMaister, that the boat APACHE in this photograph was owned by Western Fisheries and they had their operations out by the big ferry terminal...

Image of 2003.060.012 -

2003.060.012 -

(l to r) David Wright, and nephew Frank Wright ; WAWONA. Photo taken with David Wright's camera.