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Image of 2005.106.004 - Note

2005.106.004 - Note

Typed note with information on the purchases and sales of 1304 32nd Avenue.

Image of 2009.044 - Booklet

2009.044 - Booklet

Technical Bulleton No. 4, Principles of Planning Small Houses: May 1,1936, Federal Housing Administration, Washington, D. C.

Image of 2005.106.008 - Papers, Personal

2005.106.008 - Papers, Personal

Copy of two page hand-written note to Mrs. Hibler regarding information on the McGuire, Thomas and Odlin families who once lived in the home at 1304 32nd Avenue, Anacortes.

Image of 2005.106.009 - Records

2005.106.009 - Records

Assessor's notice of real property value change for 1304 32nd Avenue, Anacortes, WA. to Russell L. Hibler. The new value for the land, $71,500 and for the building, $80,000 for a total of $115,000.

Image of 2005.106.010 - Clipping, Newspaper

2005.106.010 - Clipping, Newspaper

Newspaper article and photo from "The News Tribune, Tacoma, Sunday, March 7, 1976", on Reno Oldin, relative of W. T. Odlin who lived at 32nd and M Avenue.

Image of 2005.106.001 - Letter

2005.106.001 - Letter

Three page letter and envelope to Mrs. R.L. Hibler, Route 3, Box 836, Anacortes, from Reno Odlin, Puget Sound National Bank, 1119 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA., dated August 30, 1967. Mr. Odlin's family owned the home at 1304 32nd Ave, Anacortes, WA., from August 24, 1906 until he sold it to the Walsh family in 1945. Mr. Oldin writes Mrs. Hibler some information regarding his family in the home.

Image of 2005.106.005 - Records

2005.106.005 - Records

Copy of a three page, hand-written transcription of Mechanic's Lien #4822, dated September 23, 1891 on property now known as 1304 32nd, Anacortes, WA. by Records Office of Skagit County.

Image of 2005.106.006 - Magazine

2005.106.006 - Magazine

Community Profile Magazine, Anacortes, WA., Vol. 9, May 1988, No. 5. Cover photo is home located at 1304 32nd. On page 6 is a statement that the house was built in 1889 by Captain Gray a few years after his own home was finished.

Image of 2005.106.007 - Papers, Personal

2005.106.007 - Papers, Personal

Handwritten note stating that it was Arthur P. Sharpstein who built the home (1304 32nd Avenue); "married in 1889, $550 an acre".

Image of 2006.106.011 - Newspaper article

2006.106.011 - Newspaper article

Newspaper article regarding the life of Reno Oldin, son of a Sedro Woolley banker, who died at the age of 82. He was very powerful both politically and professionally. One time owner of home located at 1304 32nd Avenue, Anacortes, WA.

Image of 2005.106.012 - Clipping, Newspaper

2005.106.012 - Clipping, Newspaper

Newspaper article from the "ANACORTES AMERICAN, Wednesday, May 8, 1996," written by Wallie Funk about Anacortes' first hospitals, one which was across the street from W. T. Odlin's property at 1304 32nd Avenue. This is mentioned in the article.

Image of 2005.005.070 - Policy, Insurance

2005.005.070 - Policy, Insurance

Oregon Automobile Insurance Company insured the house at 1820 10th Street in Anacortes for the period of April 27, 1966, to April 27, 1969. The premium was $29.00 per year, for a total of $87.00. The house was valued at $11,000. NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter

Image of 2005.005.071 - Policy, Insurance

2005.005.071 - Policy, Insurance

Harford Fire Insurance Company wrote a homeowners policy for Lots 5, 6, and 7, Block 12, in Gibralter. The property was valued at $15,000, and there was comprehensive personal liability of $25,000. The premium for three years (7/26/1961 - 7/26/1964) was $183.000. NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter

Image of 2013.077.072.007.A,B - Blueprint

2013.077.072.007.A,B - Blueprint

Paul Luvera, Sr., built his house at 2102 9th Street in Anacortes. He had two sets of plans drawn for the project. Set A has ten blueprints, while Set B has only nine. .007 - details for cabinets and arches

Image of 2013.077.072.001.A,B - Blueprint

2013.077.072.001.A,B - Blueprint

Paul Luvera, Sr., built his house at 2102 9th Street in Anacortes. He had two sets of plans drawn for the project. Set A has ten blueprints, while Set B has only nine. .001 - basement plans

Image of 2013.077.072.002.A,B - Blueprint

2013.077.072.002.A,B - Blueprint

Paul Luvera, Sr., built his house at 2102 9th Street in Anacortes. He had two sets of plans drawn for the project. Set A has ten blueprints, while Set B has only nine. .002 - first floor plan included a living room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast area, entry, bedroom, and garage.

Image of 2013.077.072.003.A,B - Blueprint

2013.077.072.003.A,B - Blueprint

Paul Luvera, Sr., built his house at 2102 9th Street in Anacortes. He had two sets of plans drawn for the project. Set A has ten blueprints, while Set B has only nine. .003 - second floor plan included three bedrooms and a bathroom

Image of 2013.077.072.004.A,B - Blueprint

2013.077.072.004.A,B - Blueprint

Paul Luvera, Sr., built his house at 2102 9th Street in Anacortes. He had two sets of plans drawn for the project. Set A has ten blueprints, while Set B has only nine. .004 - south elevation

Image of 2013.077.072.005.A,B - Blueprint

2013.077.072.005.A,B - Blueprint

Paul Luvera, Sr., built his house at 2102 9th Street in Anacortes. He had two sets of plans drawn for the project. Set A has ten blueprints, while Set B has only nine. .005 - east and west elevations

Image of 2013.077.072.006.A,B - Blueprint

2013.077.072.006.A,B - Blueprint

Paul Luvera, Sr., built his house at 2102 9th Street in Anacortes. He had two sets of plans drawn for the project. Set A has ten blueprints, while Set B has only nine. .006 - north elevation with cornice details