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Image of 2013.045.002 - Hat, Fraternal

2013.045.002 - Hat, Fraternal

This Shriner's hat in maroon felt has four sets of air holes on the top, a black tassel fastened with a faceted glass pin with a scabbard and crest (the crest has a .5" red jewel), the word "NILE" written in gold threads, a gold thread scabbard with a white jewel in the center, a gold thread crescent with a gold Egyptian head, and a gold thread star with a red jewel in the center.

Image of 2013.045.003 - Bag

2013.045.003 - Bag

This black cotton bag was used to cover and protect the Shriner's hat in 2013.045.002. The drawstring is missing.

Image of 2013.045.005 - Hat, Fraternal

2013.045.005 - Hat, Fraternal

This blue felt hat with blue fringe across the top is in the shape of a military Garrison Cover (hat) and may have been associated with a fraternal organization. There is a blue cord held by .5" buttons with anchors on them. At center front is a .75" button with the anchor symbol.

1996.002.001.A,B,C - Uniform, Military

Military Uniform- W.W.II U.S. Coast Guard a) Hat, b) Trousers, and c) Blouse - Given to Soroptomist Club of Anacortes; who in turn donated it to the Museum.

Image of 2010.009.037.003 - Hat

2010.009.037.003 - Hat

Tatted ivory baby christening hat. Worn by Harold Trulson. Appears to be handmade by probably Emma Trulson

Image of 2005.105.002 - Cap

2005.105.002 - Cap

Red cap (baseball style) with Shell refinery logo encircled by "Anacortes the Best" in yellow embroidery thread and 4 stars finishing off the circle. Marked inside with the name "Nisbet"

Image of 2010.020.002 - Hat

2010.020.002 - Hat

Ladies black hat c. late 1940s. Black net pulls over face and attaches to head with a black hatpin on the back of the hair/hat. There are 6 rhinestones on the front of the hat and 5 leaf-like designs on the front. Label inside is "An Original by Dayne". Hannah Wickland Onas -was born October 8, 1888 in Finland; arrived in the United States in 1909 and lived in Idaho then Olympia and finally in Anacortes approximately 1940-1982. she died on June 5,1982. She was burried at Grandview Cemetery in Anacortes, (Section G, Block 83, Lot C) next to her husband William [1892-1958] (Section G, Block 83, Lot D).

Image of 2010.020.003 - Hat

2010.020.003 - Hat

Black braided ladies hat c.late 1930 - early 1940s similar to the 1960s bucket hat. Slightly flaired straight brim. Small cording around brim and tied in a bow at the front. Label inside "Everitt". Hannah Wickland Onas -was born October 8, 1888 in Finland; arrived in the United States in 1909 and lived in Idaho then Olympia and finally in Anacortes c. 1940-1982. She died on June 5, 1982 and was burried at Grandview Cemetery in Anacortes, (Section G, Block 83, Lot C) next to her husband William [1892-1958] (Section G, Block 83, Lot D)

Image of 2010.020.004 - Hat

2010.020.004 - Hat

Ladies black netting with 5 velveteen ribbons on it that was worn instead of a hat or could have been worn over a hat which didn't already have netting on it. Hannah Wickland Onas -was born October 8, 1888 in Finland; arrived in the United Statesin 1909 and lived in Idaho then Olympia and finally in Anacortes approximately 1940-1982 when she died on June 5, 1982. She was burried at Grandview Cemetery on Hwy 20 here in Anacortes, (Section G, Block 83, Lot C) next to her husband William [1892-1958] (Section G, Block 83, Lot D)

Image of 2010.020.007 - Dress

2010.020.007 - Dress

Ladies blue crepe sleeveless "flapper" dress. Bottom 12" of the dress has 2 rows of blue fringe. On the lower front of the dress just above the fringe are three rhinestone buttons. Hannah Wickland Onas was born October 8, 1888 in Finland; arrived in the United States in 1909 and lived in Idaho then Olympia and finally in Anacortes approximately 1940-1982 when she died on June 5, 1982. She was burried at Grandview Cemetery on Hwy 20 here in Anacortes, (Section G, Block 83, Lot C) next to her husband William [1892-1958] (Section G, Block 83, Lot D)

Image of 2010.058.003.001 & .002 - Hat

2010.058.003.001 & .002 - Hat

.001)Round Top Service Uniform Cap; blue hat for police officer's uniform. Matches pants and shirt #2010.058.001 and .002. Leather sweat band. black patent bill; black band around outside base of hat; (.002) gold hat band stretched around brim from ear to ear across front.. Each side of hat has 2 black grommets for air circulation. Metal bar on inside of front of cap to attach the smaller silver bars (2010.058.005). Inside top of hat is "'5 star' Made only by Midway Cap Co., Chicago, Illinois for"; inside top of hat is lined with plastic to protect from hair grease, etc. Engraved on inside of bill is "Kant-Krack U.S. Patent - 304788D". Belonged to Peter Dragovich. He was a police officer and

Image of 2012.088.001-.002 - Hat, Conductor

2012.088.001-.002 - Hat, Conductor

Two A.RY. (Anacortes Railway) Conductor hats belonging to Tommy Thompson. Black with gold plate on front and gold braid from "ear to ear" and gold decor around the back. .001) Size 7-3/8; .002) Size 7-1/8 The 18" gauge railway ran 840 feet from 1st Street to 4th Street on Commercial Avenue. 2400 passengers were carried on 173 round trips during August 4 and 5, 1979. The passenger car and coal burning steam locomotive were built by Thomas G. Thompson, Jr., from 1965 to 1979. The train ran until his death in 1999. Tommy Thompson (owner and engineer of the train) told riders "the engine was originally a Porter compressed air, two cylinder compound engine that was used in a mining oper

Image of 2012.117.011 - Hat

2012.117.011 - Hat

Raymond Smith had a black Sea Scout Officer's Hat. At that time Mr. Smith lived in Compton, California. 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 2012.117.040 - Hat

2012.117.040 - Hat

Raymond Smith wore this Boy Scout hat. At that time Mr. Smith lived in Compton, California. 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 2013.033.001 - Hat, Fraternal

2013.033.001 - Hat, Fraternal

IOOF (Independent Order of Odd Fellows) hat worn by a member of the Washington 2 Lodge. IOOF is a fraternal organization to promote personal and social development. The command of the IOOF is to "visit the sick, relieve the distressed, bury the dead and educate the orphan." Hat is circular in appearance with a black wool crown and top edge panel; red, gold and purple bands; brass buttons; and a leather brim. A gold braid sword crossed with a shepherds crook, and the letters "WASH" and the number "2" adorns the center front top. "WASH" and "2" may possibly have been in silver thread. Adjustable gold woven chin strap (between the buttons) may be shortened and worn across the top of the

Image of 2013.033.013 - Bonnet

2013.033.013 - Bonnet

Black silk mourning bonnet, c. 1880-1888. Body of bonnet is constructed of a wire and horsehair interfacing frame, covered with silk that has been crinkled and pleated in .25" vertical pleats. Long silk ribbons allow for a big bow to be tied under the chin. Silk ribbons also have been folded and attached to the pleated base for adornment. Gathered silk band on inside edge of bonnet may have helped keep the bonnet in place.

Image of 2013.033.021 - Cap

2013.033.021 - Cap

Blush colored crocheted cap with silk lining. c. 1928.

Image of 2017.009.002 - Hat, Fraternal

2017.009.002 - Hat, Fraternal

This ceremonial black hat with black and white feathers and a red cross in a rosette on the front is from the Knights of Pythias. There is a black leather band inside with a magenta satin lining. The social brotherhood was founded at Washington, D.C. on February 19, 1864, by Justus Henry Rathbone and four others to promote the principles of friendship, charity, and benevolence. The fundamental tents of the order are "toleration in religion, obedience to law, and loyalty to government." Accepted candidates are advanced through the three ranks of degrees of page, esquire, and knight. Local bodies are known as lodges, the governing body is the supreme lodge. David W. Campbell was the original

Image of 2017.029.001 - Hat

2017.029.001 - Hat

This purple felt hat with "Anacortes" stitched in white 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 avi

Image of 2000.072.001 - Canoe Pass

2000.072.001 - Canoe Pass

Canoe Pass from the Fidalgo shoreline looking toward the future location of the Deception Pass Bridge. Beyond the land mass "rock" (south/right side of the photo) can be seen a small boat. Further east of the boat, the small island to the right is Ben Ure Island, the one to the left is Strawberry Island and just beyond those little islands is Fidalgo Island.