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Image of 2015.073.002 - Scarf, Neck

2015.073.002 - Scarf, Neck

Vivian Pinson was very active as a Girl Scout leader in the mid-1950s and early 1960s. This green and yellow triangular neck scarf appears to be hand made rather than a regulation Girl Scout scarf.

Image of 2009.023.008 - Plaque

2009.023.008 - Plaque

This green plaque was presented to the W.T. PRESTON and reads: Participant Shilshole Seafair Marine Parade 1968

Image of 2012.117.123 - Cord

2012.117.123 - Cord

This green braided cord may have been acquired at a Boy Scout event or activity and apparently loops to a button. One button is gold, and the other is mostly brown, with one side gold. All awards and badges in accession number 2012.117 were awarded to Mr. Raymond Smith in the 1940s as a youth and later as an adult leader.

Image of 2015.068.008 - Lantern, Ship's

2015.068.008 - Lantern, Ship's

Ship lanterns were used at night to alert other ships of their presence. This green lantern was placed on the starboard side of the ship.

Image of 2015.070.098 - Pin, Promotional

2015.070.098 - Pin, Promotional

The items in 2015.070 were found in an old home which at one point belonged to the Graham family near Cap Sante. It is unknown what this pin represents - green with black letters - S.P.O.E. 313

Image of 2016.085 - Jacket

2016.085 - Jacket

Green wool letterman's jacket with yellow trim from Anacortes Junior High, 1971. A yellow letter awarded for wrestling and track. "Cliff" name patch on right front; belonged to donor Cliff Schroeder.

Image of 2017.029.004 - Pin, Promotional

2017.029.004 - Pin, Promotional

This green name pin belonged to Mary A. Stapp. Graduating from Anacortes High School in 1940, she went on to graduate from the University of Washington and received her Master of Education from New York University. She taught at Florida State University and in Pasadena, California, before returning to Guemes Island. She was the physical education teacher for girls at Anacortes High School from 1955 to 1978 and spent her summers operating a summer camp for girls on Lake Sixteen. In retirement Miss Stapp volunteered at Skagit Valley Hospital and was a leader in the Audubon Society. She was a charter member of Art Wood in Fairhaven, Bellingham, and an avid fan of the Huskies, Seahawks, and

Image of H.XII.011.001-.002 - Uniform

H.XII.011.001-.002 - Uniform

.001 - WWI green wool Army uniform jacket. Pfc mark on sleeve, also mark possibly for six months' overseas service. Statue of Liberty on shoulder, division insignia in uniform pocket. American Legion medals with the name Gustav Anderson on them (c/f-T-III-9ab); Defense Sector Medal T-III-10, Theater of Operations T-III-II. .002 - matching cap In jacket pocket a piece of paper was found: Mr. and Mrs. Joel S. Niblack Rt. 2, Box 580 Anacortes

Image of J.XIX.009 - vase

J.XIX.009 - vase

Green pottery vase in the shape of a "V". The square base has "... _", the Morse Code for "V". On the bottom is "Poppy Trail, Made in California, USA". Small chip on one corner of the base, and a larger chip at the top on the "V". Note: During World War II it was common to honk a car horn using the Mose Code ..._. Also, at that time many people would flash the "V" for victory hand signal to one another.

J.XIX.011 - vase

Green variegated glass vase, hand blown. Deeply scalloped edge, circular glass base. Possibly made at Anacortes Glass Factory.

Image of J.XV.033 - Plate, Decorative

J.XV.033 - Plate, Decorative

Small green plate, fracted finish. Hand-painted green leaves and yellow flower on one edge. Below right leaf is printed "Buffalo".

Image of J.XV.034.001-.003 - Plate, Dessert

J.XV.034.001-.003 - Plate, Dessert

Three greeen class dessert plates of pressed green Depression glass. Hazel Atlas Cloverleaf pattern.

Image of 2015.005.004 - hAROLD AND gEORGE hAUBER'S 65# kING sALMON- C.1942

2015.005.004 - hAROLD AND gEORGE hAUBER'S 65# kING sALMON- C.1942

George Hauber and Harold ____, holding a 65 pound King Salmon at home at Similk Beach on S. Green Road, c.1941