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Image of 2010.046 - Pin, Lapel

2010.046 - Pin, Lapel

AHS (Anacortes High School) pin from the estate of Ernie Anderson, Sr. Ernie graduated from AHS in 1933.

Image of 2010.058.004-.005 - Pin, Bar

2010.058.004-.005 - Pin, Bar

.004.A,B) A matching pair of N S Meyer marked rank bars for the Anacortes Police officer/chief uniform . They are curved to fit. These insignia are both identically maker marked "NS MEYER INC NEW YORK" and "sterling". See pictures they are 1.125" tall and 1.125" wide. They are double clutchback style and are in excellant working order. .005) same as .004.A,B except there is only one and it is .75" x .75". the bars are flat. Also has double clutchback style attachments.

Image of 2010.058.006-.008 - Nameplate

2010.058.006-.008 - Nameplate

.006) Black plastic name badge with white edge. On it is engraved the name: DRAGOVICH in letters squeezed into space of 1.75". Pin is 3" long and .75" high. attached to uniform with double clutched pins .007) same as .006 except the name DRAGOVICH is stretched out more to 2.5". back of pin is sticker, "Ken Nolan, Incorporation, San Clemente, Calif. Patene No. 2,902,782 and has a double clutch attachment .008) silver metal name pin with the name, "P. DRAGOVICH" on it in 1.625" wide; pin is 2.25" x .5" On back s double clutch closure. Engraved is "Mfg. by Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass."

Image of 2010.058.009 - Clip, Tie

2010.058.009 - Clip, Tie

Gold-tone tie clip for Anacortes Police Officer/Chief uniform. On it is "POLICE DEPT." on either side of a circle. Around the outside edge of the circle is, "State of Washington". Inside the circle is a bust of George Washington. The clip on the back is an alligator style clip. A tie clip (also tie slide, tie bar, or tie clasp) is just one form of a neckwear accessory that clips a tie to the underlying shirt front, preventing it from swinging and ensuring the tie hangs straight, resulting in a neat, uniform appearance. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tie_clip

Image of 2010.058.010 - Badge, Law Enforcement

2010.058.010 - Badge, Law Enforcement

Silver in color, small "badge" that goes on the center-front of the hat of a police officer's uniform. A ribbon that drapes in front of an eagle on the top of the badge says "PTLM." Lower on the main portion of the bades is "POLICE DEPT. ANACORTES, WN." around a bust of George Washington.

Image of 2010.058.011 - Badge, Law Enforcement

2010.058.011 - Badge, Law Enforcement

Goldtone Chief of Police badge. Ont the top of the badge is an eagle with wings semi-outstretched. Below the eagle, in black lettering on top of silver "ribbons" are the words, "CHIEF POLICE, ANACORTES, WASH". In the center of the badge, with the writing around it, is a colored bust of George Washington and directly around him is "STATE OF WASHINGTON". Under the "banner" for the city and state is another silver banner with three Chief's stars. This belonged to Peter "Pete" Dragovich who was an officer and then in 1968 - 1979 he was the Chief.

Image of 2010.058.013 - Pin, Occupational

2010.058.013 - Pin, Occupational

Circular gold tone lapel pin. Around outside is: "ALASKA PACKERS ASSOCIATION"; at the bottom of the circle with the name is a star. Inside the circle of workds is a light-blue flag which looks like it has a has an "X"

Image of 2012.028 - Pin, Fraternal

2012.028 - Pin, Fraternal

I.O.O.F. (Independent Order of Odd Fellows) service jewel for 45 years. Back reads: "Edward Ames, P.G., Delta Lodge No. 32, January 29, 1870, Washington, 953" (P. G. stands for Past Grand (i.e. President)). Edward Ames (b. 18 March 1837, New York, d. 23 July 1913, Anacortes, WA) buried in Grandview Cemetery (Section B. Block 48, Lot 3). IOOF in 1870 was part of Whatcom County; the first lodge in Anacortes was started by W. H. Burdon in 1891. IOOF first started in the U. S. in Baltimore in 1819. Skagit broke off of Whatcom county November 28, 1883. Story about Ed Ames told to Bonnie Bowers by her mother-in-law: Ed Ames was given a parcel of land (homestead possibly) by the U. S. g

Image of 2012.117.024 - Award

2012.117.024 - Award

Raymond Smith earned this blue and red ribbon in Boy Scouts; it has not yet been determined what the ribbon represents. 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 2012.117.029 - Award

2012.117.029 - Award

Raymond Smith received this Assistant Senior Patrol Leader pin. 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 2012.117.108.A-E - Pin, Award

2012.117.108.A-E - Pin, Award

This star pin was awarded for one year of Boy Scout membership. Initially there were only stars; later there were numbers placed on the stars to make it easier to wear. 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 2012.117.109 - Pin, Award

2012.117.109 - Pin, Award

This star pin was awarded for two years of Boy Scout membership. Initially there were only stars; later there were numbers placed on the stars to make it easier to wear. 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 2012.117.110 - Pin, Award

2012.117.110 - Pin, Award

This star pin was awarded for seven years of Boy Scout membership. Initially there were only stars; later there were numbers placed on the stars to make it easier to wear. 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 2012.117.111.A,B - Pin, Award

2012.117.111.A,B - Pin, Award

This star pin was awarded for two years of Sea Scout membership. Initially there were only stars; later there were numbers placed on the stars to make it easier to wear. 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 2012.117.112 - Pin, Award

2012.117.112 - Pin, Award

This star pin was awarded for one year of Adult Scout membership. Initially there were only stars; later there were numbers placed on the stars to make it easier to wear. 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 2012.117.113 - Pin, Award

2012.117.113 - Pin, Award

This star pin was awarded for one year of Adult Scout membership. Initially there were only stars; later there were numbers placed on the stars to make it easier to wear. 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 2012.117.114 - Pin, Award

2012.117.114 - Pin, Award

This star pin was awarded for two years of Adult Scout membership. Initially there were only stars; later there were numbers placed on the stars to make it easier to wear. 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 2012.117.115 - Pin, Award

2012.117.115 - Pin, Award

This star pin was awarded for four years of Adult Scout membership. Initially there were only stars; later there were numbers placed on the stars to make it easier to wear. 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 2013.025.001.A.B - Pin, Promotional

2013.025.001.A.B - Pin, Promotional

Two oval .5" x 1" pins are inscribed with "Anacortes Railway" on the outer yellow circumference; inside the oval is a black steam locomotive. They are a commerative pin of the Anacortes Railway which was created and run by Tommy Thompson. The inaugural run was in 1979. Engine No. 1 is an 0-4-4 Forney type steam locomotive, weight 4 1/2 tons, and burns fir bark. The locomotive and three luxurious passenger cars were built in the Railway's backyard foundry and machine shop by Thomas G. Thompson, Jr. of Anacortes between 1965 and 1979.

Image of 2013.071.001-.002 - Pin, Occupational

2013.071.001-.002 - Pin, Occupational

Two round metal pins 1" in diameter labeled Alaska Fishermen's Union, with a salmon depicted in center. .001 - salmon-colored, "SIU of NA AFL-CIO", 1973 .002 - purple, "SIU of NA AFL-CIO", 1980