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Image of 1997.138 - Keystone Building interior

1997.138 - Keystone Building interior

Interior of Keystone Building. Third floor, top of staircase, plants on right-hand side in this photo are on the west side of the building; Stained glass is along the south side of the building along (619 Commercial)

Image of 1997.139 - Interior of Keystone Building

1997.139 - Interior of Keystone Building

Interior of Keystone Building. Top of staircase, plants in back and beginning of hallway.

Image of 1997.140 - Interior of Keystone Building

1997.140 - Interior of Keystone Building

Staircase, interior of Keystone Building at 7th and Commercial Avenue.

Image of 1997.228 - Interior of a superferry

1997.228 - Interior of a superferry

Interior of a "superferry"

Image of D.II.223 - Lou Fulton - 12th & K

D.II.223 - Lou Fulton - 12th & K

Lou Fulton; interior of home at 12th and K. Mrs. Fulton at the piano.

Image of D.IV.023 - Interior of Anacortes American

D.IV.023 - Interior of Anacortes American

Interior of the ANACORTES AMERICAN

Image of D.IV.039 - Interior of shoe repair shope

D.IV.039 - Interior of shoe repair shope

Ed Rogers, with family and friends, inside his shoe shop. Included are Clarice Rogers, Paul Forrest, Wilson Rogers, and Edward J. Rogers.

Image of D.IV.040 - Ed's Shoe Shop interior

D.IV.040 - Ed's Shoe Shop interior

Ed Rogers inside his shoe shop. He is surrounded by his workbench, his stockshelves, and his machines.

Image of D.IV.041 - interior or Ed's Shoe Shop

D.IV.041 - interior or Ed's Shoe Shop

Interior of Ed's Shoe Shop at 1108 Commercial showing shelf of stock in back, cash register at right, with roll of wrapping paper below it.

Image of D.IV.087 - Knapp & Ronnenberger

D.IV.087 - Knapp & Ronnenberger

Interior of Knapp & Ronneberger Garage, and Ford sales and service center. Tires are stacked over tools and machining equipment. Fords can be seen in the back at left. The business was located at 902 Commercial Avenue.

Image of D.IV.111 - Interior Dodge's store

D.IV.111 - Interior Dodge's store

The interior of Dodge's Store c 1914; shows cash register, clock, piano, pictures, show cases.

Image of D.IV.145 - ANACORTES AMERICAN interior

D.IV.145 - ANACORTES AMERICAN interior

Interior of ANACORTES AMERICAN; four men in photo; man on the left at the printing press is Fred Fisher; stove in middle of room.

Image of 2008.006.003 - 2008.006.003

2008.006.003 - 2008.006.003

Living or sitting room with original fireplace, interior of home. Fireplace has never been refinished. This black and white image is one of six copies of images of Gus Hensler's historic home, The Breakers, at 2011 8th.

Image of 2008.006.004 - 2008.006.004

2008.006.004 - 2008.006.004

Living room, interior of home. This black and white image is one of six of Gus Hensler's historic home, The Breakers, at 2011 8th.

Image of 2008.006.005 - 2008.006

2008.006.005 - 2008.006

Larger view of living room with original woodwork, interior of home. This black and white image is one of six copies of photos of Gus Hensler's historic home, The Breakers, at 2011 8th.

Image of 2008.012.004 - 2008.012.004

2008.012.004 - 2008.012.004

Interior of historic home located at 1719 9th Street. Color photocopy of dining room with dinner table, timbered ceiling, stained glass light fixtures, and built-in oak cabinets and swinging door to kitchen.

Image of WF 0828 - Allan Curtis San Rafael home interior

WF 0828 - Allan Curtis San Rafael home interior

Interior of Allen A. Curtis home, San Rafael, California. Allen Curtis was the older brother of Anna Curtis Bowman (WF 0693) who was the wife of Anacortes founder Amos Bowman, and of Melville Curtis, also of Anacortes (WF 0699). Allen A. Curtis was born Nov. 1, 1838, and engaged in mining in Nevada in 1865. He moved to California in 1885 where he opened a redwood lumber plant. He was still living at the time of his younger brother Melville's death in 1925.

Image of 2010.013.007 - Eugene Wilson Butcher Shop

2010.013.007 - Eugene Wilson Butcher Shop

Eugene Wilson Butcher Shop, P Avenue between 4th Street and 5th Street. (P Avenue name was changed to Commercial Avenue in 1902). This interior view shows carcasses hanging from hooks on the wall. There is a gentleman behind the counter wearing an apron (perhaps Eugene Wilson) and a customer sitting on a stool at the counter. Compact disk and seven copy prints of early photographs from Wayne & Marivonne Melvin of Anacortes, WA . (see 2010.013.001-.007)

Image of 2010.013.011 -

2010.013.011 -

Compact disk and seven copy prints of early photographs from Wayne and Marivonne Melvin of Anacortes, WA . (see 2010.013.001-.007) See archives: 2010.013.

Image of WF 4688 - SHANNON family

WF 4688 - SHANNON family

The George B. and Elsie Shannon family is shown at home at 417 2nd St. George is seated with their son George David "Dave" Shannon on his lap. Elsie Viola Fuller Leatherwood Shannon is at a table with an Anacortes Mercury newspaper, and Elsie's son Robert "Bob" Leatherwood, wearing an AHS letter jacket, is seated at a desk in the background. The family patriarch, George W. Shannon, opened Shannon Hardware in 1891 in the McNaught Building at 8th and I Avenue. In March 1899 he built the Shannon Building on the southwest corner of 6th and P/Commercial and relocated his business there. George B. and Elsie still lived in this location in 1934; by 1937 they were living in Mount Vernon. The familly