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Image of 1996.003.007.A - Calendar

1996.003.007.A - Calendar

Photo is an aerial view, looking south east over Guemes Channel, across town and Fidalgo Bay to March's Point. Calendar - 1949 Transmission Supply; "Power Transmission Equipment - Marine Hardware - Fishing Supplies"; 420 Commercial, Anacortes; Phone 4451. Missing Janaury, November and December, 1949 calendar pages. 1996.003.007.A -- Calendar 1996.003.007.B -- photo on calendar

Image of 2012.039 - Newspaper

2012.039 - Newspaper

"Juneau Empire" newspaper dated Monday, February 13, 2012 featuring an article about the statehood of Alaska in 1958. Photographs used in the article are from the Wallie Funk Collection. Article written by Emily Russo Miller. At this date, the photos are un-numbered but can be found: WF/Industries/Fishing trip to Alaska/folders 30-34, Alaskan Statehood. JUNEAU EMPIRE 3100 channel Drive Junmeau, Alaska 99801-7814

Image of 2014.052.003 - Stereoviewer

2014.052.003 - Stereoviewer

Stereoptiscope aka stereoscope viewer for the eyes fits face, handle to hold, sliding frame for picture. Sliding photo holder will slide along the frame of the viewer to move photo closer or further away from the eyes of person using the viewer. Made of brown wood and embossed with leather-edged aluminum eye surround, this viewer is marked "Monarch" on the metal and "Manufactured by Keystone View Co., Meadowville, Pa, Pat'd April 12, 1904" on the underside of the wood. The metal fastener on the bottom of the slide holder was patented June 18, 1907. The viewer was owned by Anna Gearhardine (Gulleson) Malland (July 1876 - May 17, 1959) from Mo i Rana, Norway, who lived in Anacortes. Accom

Image of A.I.001 part 1 and 2 - Stereoviewer

A.I.001 part 1 and 2 - Stereoviewer

Stereopticon aka stereoscope viewer for the eyes fits face, handle to hold, sliding frame for picture. D-XII-9a Stereoscope Postcard in Viewer. On underside metal, by handle is stamped: "Manufactured by Underwood & Underwood. Patented June 11, 1901. Foreign patents applied for." On top of viewer is "Sun Sculpture, U&U Trademark". Sliding photo holder will slide along the frame of the viewer to move photo closer or further away from the eyes of person using the viewer. A Brief Stereoscopic History: At one time the stereoscope and view cards were found in every American home. From 1850 until World War I, the stereoscope allowed our forefathers to visit every corner of America and the w

Image of 1997.352 - Easter Sunday, April 24, 1924, Birmingha, Alabama

1997.352 - Easter Sunday, April 24, 1924, Birmingha, Alabama

"Easter Sunday, April 20, 1924, Birmingham, Ala" . Two women, one boy and one girl. This appears to be three generations. All 3 females are wearing coats and Easter hats. The boy is in a suit with knickers.

Image of 2000.007.004 - Carl A. Sutter,  owner of Fidalgo Island Packing Co.

2000.007.004 - Carl A. Sutter, owner of Fidalgo Island Packing Co.

Carl A. Sutter, owner of Fidalgo Island Packing Co.

Image of 2000.007.008 - Lella Jane Hayseth

2000.007.008 - Lella Jane Hayseth

Lella Jane Hayseth - Wife of Louis Hayseth , - Superintendent of Fidalgo Island Packing Co. Anacortes WA ( Mother of donor).

Image of 2000.061.008 -

2000.061.008 -

Portrait of Will A. Lowman taken by Boyd, of Seattle, WA. He is wearing 3 piece suit, tie and watch with fob. His hair is combed to the left and he has a mustache.

Image of 2002.125.003 -

2002.125.003 -

Campbell Lake men: (l to r) Grandpa Jorgensen, Ingvald Jacobson, Johnny Christianson, Ralph Jorgensen, Emil Anderson, Frank Anderson, Chris Anderson, Elmer Christianson, Lance Moen, Palmer Moen; frt - Palmer Burgett, Pete Moen, Axel Jorgensen

Image of D.I.058 - Mike Gadbois

D.I.058 - Mike Gadbois

Oval portrait of Mike Gadbois wearing dark suit and bow tie, and handle-bar mustache. Coat is double breasted. Mike is brother of Elizabeth and Joe Gadbois.

Image of D.I.137 - unknown

D.I.137 - unknown

Group of people outside a building at Salmon Banks fish camp.

Image of 2005.108.002 - Faye Smith & Russell Smith Sr. wedding

2005.108.002 - Faye Smith & Russell Smith Sr. wedding

Russell E. Smith, Sr. and Fay E. Lovelace, wedding photo. Russell Sr. resided in Anacortes from age 7 and died in 1966 at age 77. He was born at Drummers Island, Michigan; moved to Snoqualmie Falls, WA and then to Anacortes.

Image of 2005.108.004 - Russell E. SMith Jr. -- "Buster"

2005.108.004 - Russell E. SMith Jr. -- "Buster"

Russell E. Smith, Jr., "Buster", graduation photo

Image of WF 6026 - Mary Jane Reinhold @ Museum exhibit

WF 6026 - Mary Jane Reinhold @ Museum exhibit

Mary Jane Reinholt looking at Wallie V. Funk [Jr] photos in the basement of the Anacortes Museum of History and Art, the predecessor of the current (2009) Anacortes Museum. April 23, 1970 ANACORTES AMERICAN newspaper has an article: "Wallie Funk Dedicates museum building to "new use" as the Anacortes Museum of History and Art." The majority of the mounted photos from this exhibit were donated to the Island County Historical Museum.

Image of WF 6027.A,B - Mary Jane Reinhold at Museum exhibit

WF 6027.A,B - Mary Jane Reinhold at Museum exhibit

Mary Jane Reinholt looking at Wallie V. Funk [Jr] photos in the basement of the Anacortes Museum of History and Art, the predecessor of the current (2011) Anacortes Museum. April 23, 1970 ANACORTES AMERICAN newspaper has an article: "Wallie Funk Dedicates museum building to "new use" as the Anacortes Museum of History and Art." The majority of the mounted photos from this exhibit were donated to the Island County Historical Museum.

Image of WF 6028 - Carl Funk at exhibit of his father's photographs

WF 6028 - Carl Funk at exhibit of his father's photographs

Carl Funk looking at his father's photos in the Wallie V. Funk Photo Exhibit in the basement of the Anacortes Museum of History and Art, the predecessor of the current (2011 Anacortes Museum. April 23, 1970, ANACORTES AMERICAN newspaper has an article: "Wallie Funk Dedicates museum building to "new use" as the Anacortes Museum of History and Art." The majority of the mounted photos from this exhibit were donated to the Island County Historical Museum.

Image of WF 6029.A,B - Carl Funk at exhibit of his dad's photos 1976

WF 6029.A,B - Carl Funk at exhibit of his dad's photos 1976

Carl Funk looking at his father's photos in the Wallie V. Funk Photo Exhibit in the basement of the Anacortes Museum of History and Art, the predecessor of the current (2011) Anacortes Museum. April 23, 1970, ANACORTES AMERICAN newspaper has an article: "Wallie Funk Dedicates museum building to "new use" as the Anacortes Museum of History and Art." The majority of the mounted photos from this exhibit were donated to the Island County Historical Museum.

Image of WF 6030 -

WF 6030 -

Carl Funk looking at his father's photos in the Wallie V. Funk Photo Exhibit in the basement of the Anacortes Museum of History and Art, the predecessor of the current (2011) Anacortes Museum. April 23, 1970, ANACORTES AMERICAN newspaper has an article: "Wallie Funk Dedicates museum building to "new use" as the Anacortes Museum of History and Art." The majority of the mounted photos from this exhibit were donated to the Island County Historical Museum.

D.I.017 -

Sarah (Sallie) Morris Curtis.

Image of D.I.059 - Mary, Margaret, and Thomas Benn

D.I.059 - Mary, Margaret, and Thomas Benn

Oval portrait of Mary (top), Margaret, and Thomas Benn, daughters and son of Mary and Francis (Frank) Benn who had the first mill in Skagit County at Decption Pass, now Dewey. Margaret and Mary are wearing high collared blouses with necklaces and brooches. Thomas is wearing a dark suit with a white collar and tie. Photo is mounted on a 6 x 9 matting. Matt is stained on bottom. On back of matt is written: Mary (Mame) Benn - Margaret (Maggie) Benn Starr - Thomas Benn - daughters and son of Mary and Francis Benn who had first mill in Skagit County at Fidalgo City - Deception Pass - now Dewey.