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Image of 2013.026.012 - Postcard

2013.026.012 - Postcard

Leather postcard addressed to Mrs. C. R. Franklin in Seattle and sent from Anacortes on June 24, 1907. The front of the post card reads, "If a body write a body, Receiving no reply, Should a body write a body, To ask a body why?"

Image of 2013.094.001 - Postcard

2013.094.001 - Postcard

Bill Holt addressed this postcard to himself at 1708 8th Street in Anacortes so that he could have the first day cancellation stamp as the new post offfice in Anacortes opened. NOTE: From the estate of Richard H. Dildine

Image of 2012.116.002 - Postcard

2012.116.002 - Postcard

Unused postcard prestamped with a 2-cent post plus a 2-cent stamped adhered. Postcard postage was 2-cents in 1917-1928, and again in 1952. Postcard required 4 cent postage in 1963 through 1968.

Image of 1993.006.016 - Postcard

1993.006.016 - Postcard

Unused blank postcard with 1cent pre-stamped postage with side-view of the head of Thomas Jefferson,in green ink.

Image of 1997.032.002 - Deception Pass Bridges

1997.032.002 - Deception Pass Bridges

Color postcard of Deception Pass Bridges.

Image of D.XXII.003 - "Cap Sante, Anacortes, Wash."

D.XXII.003 - "Cap Sante, Anacortes, Wash."

"Cap Sante, Anacortes, Washington" . Postcard written and mailed to Sophia Anderson, Point Roberts, Wash., "Dear sopia:--I am fine and hope you are the same. I have got so much to say that I can not get it on this card when I get an answer from the kids I will write you a letter and tell you I will have to close". Up the side is writing "Tell the kids to write." "from Dorothy Jordan" Postmarked May 3, 8PM Anacortes, Wash. , 1918"

Image of D.XXII.004 - "A Quiet Pool on Lake Campbell..."

D.XXII.004 - "A Quiet Pool on Lake Campbell..."

"A Quite Pool on Lake Campbell Near Anacortes, Washington". Postcard written to Sophia Anderson, Point Roberts, WAsh. Postmarked Jan 8, Anacortes, Wash. (no year stated). "Dear Sophia:-- I am fine and hope you are the same. I wish you would write to me soon cause I am getting long some cause I have not hear from you and when you write to me please write me a long letter and tell me what you got for Xmas. did you get my last letter I wrote to you and told you about my xmas. I will have to close. Your friend Dorothy Jordan"

Image of D.XXII.014 - Postcard, Russian Cement Co., Anacortes, WA

D.XXII.014 - Postcard, Russian Cement Co., Anacortes, WA

"Plant of the Russian Cement Co., Anacortes, Washington". Postcard No. 2504, Pub. by Pacific Novelty Co. of San Francisco, Cal. Made in Germany". unused card. Back is stamped "Madge D. Stafford" who worked (volunteer) in the museum in its early stages.

Image of D.XXII.030 - Russian Cement Co.

D.XXII.030 - Russian Cement Co.

"Glue Factory, Anacortes, Wash." Postmarked Oct 1 5 PM 1910 Anacortes, Wash. Written to: "Mrs. E. C. Tholstrup, 1102 Harrison St., Seattle, Wash." Dear Sister, I am sorry to hear that you are sick you better come down here and get well. Alls well down here. H. is building house and I am all alone. Good by, Paul"

Image of E.VIII.055 - Carolyn Shaw postcard

E.VIII.055 - Carolyn Shaw postcard

addressed to Carolyn Shaw, Coeur d'Alene, ID

Image of 2005.101.004 - 2005.101.004

2005.101.004 - 2005.101.004

Aerial view of Anacortes Lumber & Box Mill with smokestack. At the bottom left is printed: "P972 City of Anacortes, Wash."

Image of 1998.031.011 - Deception Island

1998.031.011 - Deception Island

Postcard photograph. Deception Island, offshore of Deception Pass to the West.

Image of 1998.031.012 - Unidentified woman on tree trunk.

1998.031.012 - Unidentified woman on tree trunk.

Postcard photograph. Woman in long dress sitting near base of tree trunk. Fallen trees are in the background. Possibly member of the Sharpe family.

Image of 1998.031.013 - Mary Emma Sharpe (7 months)

1998.031.013 - Mary Emma Sharpe (7 months)

Postcard photograph of baby, Mary Emma Sharpe, age 7 months in white dress.

Image of 1998.031.014 - Mary Emma Sharpe

1998.031.014 - Mary Emma Sharpe

Postcard photograph of baby, Mary Emma Sharpe, age 7 months in white dress.

Image of 1998.031.015 - Postcard photograph of two young women

1998.031.015 - Postcard photograph of two young women

Postcard photograph of two young women in long dark dresses sitting on a log with large hats in their laps.

Image of 1998.031.016 - Two young women pictured on postcard

1998.031.016 - Two young women pictured on postcard

Postcard photograph of two young women in long dark dresses and large hats sitting on a log. Possibly Ethel Finsen on right.

Image of 1998.031.017 - Postcard of woman

1998.031.017 - Postcard of woman

Postcard photograph of woman in white blouse, dark skirt, holding large hat. Oval vignette. Possibly Ethel Finsen, the first Mrs. Wallace Sharpe, mother of Mary Emma Sharpe.

Image of D.I.051 - Mrs. Mary Frank Benn with her children

D.I.051 - Mrs. Mary Frank Benn with her children

Mrs. Halverson's Grandmother, Mrs. Agnes (Frank) Nedrow, top right, Her brother Charlie Root, top left, her sisters Pit, bottom left, and Flo, bottom right. Ladies are wearing high collared white blouses and skirts. Brother is wearing dark suit, white shirt and tie. Notice tie and tie bar. Portrait on post card.

Image of 2011.004.003 - Eagles' Hall 1920

2011.004.003 - Eagles' Hall 1920

Scan of Eagles' Hall from a postcard. This Eagles' Hall was built at 902 5th Street, on the southwest corner of Q Avenue and 7th. Anacortes Aerie #249 organized, initially as an all-male fraternity, on August 19, 1902 with 45 members. It joined a long list of Anacortes fraternities such as the Oddfellows and the Ancient Order of United Workmen. SEBRING'S SKAGIT COUNTY ILLUSTRATED of 1902 commented, "It is claimed that Anacortes, in proportion to her population, is the strongest city in the U. S. as to Fraternal orders." See also WF 1751. The Eagles purchased the site for this lodge building in 1914. The 11-27-1919, ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Eagles will build home." The cost of the build