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Image of 2001.085.002.A,B,C - Diploma

2001.085.002.A,B,C - Diploma

June 1, 1928 Anacortes High School diploma (2001.085.002.001.A) of Wilma A. Sheahan, in purple velvet cover (2001.085.002.001.B); signed by G.W. Greene - Superintendent. Cramblitt - Principal, Joe Chitwood - President of Board, Lena Craig Davis - Clerk of Board Donated by Susan Moses, Wilma A. Dipolma, cover and program are in a ragged paper sleeve (2001.085.002.001.D) (2001.085.001.C): Commencement Exercise Class of 1928, June 1, 1928 Program.

Image of 2003.091.001 - Program

2003.091.001 - Program

Program of Marineers' Pageant, 07/21-24/1949. Front cover is a color photograph of 4 ladies in bathing suits on float. Stamped on front is "Northwest Collection, Property of Skagit Valley College Library", handwriten is "Cities & Towns - Anacortes 09407" "The Greatest Water Show in the West, Souvenir Booklet 15 cents, Ninth Annual Marineers' Pageant, Anacortes, Washington, July 21, 22, 23, 24, 1949" [NOTE: this is the 9th Annual pageant in the last 14 years...] Inside is information on the parade, the pageant, the royalty, the town, the Port, pageant personalities (Gus N. Dalstead, Harley Sutt, Berent Rydberg, Ed Schwartz, and T. F. "Tom" Henwood) and the official program. The program l

Image of 1995.022.002.001 - Program

1995.022.002.001 - Program

"The Greatest Water Show in the West Anacortes Marineer's Pageant Eighth Annual, Juy 22-23-24-25 Souvenir Program" Signature of Ed Schwartz is on the cover. Mr. Schwartz was the Marineers' Pageant manager. Officers of the Marineers' Pageant, Inc. were: President, Tom Henwood; Vice-President, Harley Sutt; Secretary, Lee Stephenson, Manager, Ed Schwartz. Executive Committee consisted of: Tom Henwood, Ed Schwartz, Lee Stephenson, Harley Sutt, Gus N. Dahlstead. Committee chairman [sic]: Doris Packard, Knute Figenshaw, Jack Wittman, Harley Sutt, Ed Dodge, Berent Rydberg, Clyde Webb, Ralph Amsberry, Mrs. Oriville Rumsey, Charles Williams, Tom Henwood, Ed Schwartz, Art Olson, Walter Key

Image of 2011.021.001-.082 - Report

2011.021.001-.082 - Report

Miscellaneous school newspapers, baccalaureate and Commencement programs, etc. for Ronald Klingman, Anacortes schools. .001 Program...Anacortes High School Christmas concert. Dec. 1947. .002 Annual named "An-Ju-Hi by Anacortes Junior High School. May 19, 1970. .003 Baccalaureate Service Program, Class of 1970. .004 Booklet for Anacortes High School 35th Anniversary Reunion for the Class of 1953. .005 Commencement Program. Class of 1970. Anacortes High School. .006 Commencement Program. Class of 1972. Anacortes High School. .007 Commencement Program. Class of 1979. Anacortes High School. .008 List of 1911 deceased classmates. .009 Program. Vancouver College vs Anacortes. .010 Cert

Image of 2012.071 - Program

2012.071 - Program

Program for the War Memorial Field Dedication at Anacortes high School, November 8, 1946. The field is the football field at the High School (AHS). Cover has football players and says: "Souvenir Program, 10cents, War Memorial Field Dedication and Mount Vernon Bulldogs vs. Anacortes Sea Hawks, Northwest League and Skagit County Football Game; memorial Field, Anacortes, Friday, November 8th; All proceeds from the sale of these programs goes to the High School Hi-Y club. Inside the cover is an add for Coca-Cola, with the team members of both teams and place for writing in scores of game by quarters. Insert page has: "In Memoriam and in the spirit of high competition--and the laughter of chi

Image of 2012.087.023 - Program

2012.087.023 - Program

Eight page (including covers) program "In Loving Memory -Carroll Francis Stromberg, March 24, 1931 - Feb 6, 2012". Used at his funeral ceremony. The June 29, 1911 Anacortes American reported on the Great Northern Depot's opening, at 611 R Avenue: "New Great Northern Depot Opened; Is a Credit to City." In 1964, excursion trains brought visitors to the Arts and Crafts Festival (now known as the Anacortes Art Festival) from Seattle. This brick building served until regular rail traffic to Anacortes ended in 1978. The depot now serves as the Depot Arts Center. This HO scale model (3.5 mm (0.1378 in) represents 1 real foot (304.8 mm); this ratio works out to about 1:87.1) was used with de

Image of 2012.089.002 - Program

2012.089.002 - Program

Program for the 4th of July 2012 celebration held at Causland Memorial Park after the 4th of July Parade

Image of 2013.001.009 - Program

2013.001.009 - Program

This program is from the 21st Annual District Basketball Tournament on February 27, 28, March 1, 2. It was held in Bellingham, WA. Teams taking part were Everett, Edmonds, Lynden, Mt. Vernon Union, Mt. Baker Union, Anacortes, Marysville, and Ferndale or Bellingham (results not known at time of publication). The publication includes advertisements and a page for each team which includes a photo, names, and season record.

Image of 2013.001.010 - Program

2013.001.010 - Program

This progam is from the 22nd Annual State Basketball Tournament on March 13-16, 1946. It was held at the University of Washington Pavilion in Seattle, WA. The program includes a list of the teams and their players, various records from previous tournaments, and a center section for keeping track of the final scores and placements. Anacortes beat Mt. Si and Longview before losing to Bremerton; they beat Puyallup on the final day and placed third in the tournament. The results of each game have been neatly penned into this center section.

Image of 2013.001.011 - Program

2013.001.011 - Program

This progam is from the 23nd Annual State Basketball Tournament on March 12-15, 1946. It was held at the University of Washington Pavilion in Seattle, WA. The program includes a list of the teams and their players, various records from previous tournaments, and a center section for keeping track of the final scores and placements. Anacortes beat Lewis and Clark, lost to South Kitsap, beat Olympia, and beat Roosevelt to place seventh in the tournament. The results of each game have been neatly penned into this center section.

Image of 2013.001.012 - Program

2013.001.012 - Program

This program is from the 20th Annual District Basketball Tournament on March 8-11, 1944. It was held in Everett, WA. Teams taking part were Everett, Nooksack Valley, Sedro-Woolley, Arlington, Snohomish, Mt. Baker , Anacortes, and Bellingham. The publication includes advertisements and a page for each team which includes a photo, names, and season record. The center fold includes a schedule of games with the results carefully recorded in ink. Anacortes beat Mt. Baker, lost to Bellingham, and beat Snohomish and Mt. Baker to take third place in the district tournament.

Image of 2013.001.013 - Program

2013.001.013 - Program

This program is from the 23rd Annual District Basketball Tournament on February 24-March 1, 1947. It was held in Everett, WA. Teams taking part were Everett, Marysville, Lynden, Snohomish, Mt. Baker , Anacortes, Seattle Prep, and either Bellingham or Blaine. The publication includes advertisements and a page for each team which includes a photo, names, and season record. The center fold includes a schedule of games with the results carefully recorded in ink. Anacortes beat Marysville, Lynden, and Mt. Baker to place first in the district tournament.

Image of 2013.001.014 - Program, Theater

2013.001.014 - Program, Theater

The Anacortes High School 1946 senior class play was "Junior Miss". "Put on with the assistance of the Empire Theatre management, entire proceeds were turned over to the Living War Memorial Athletic Field." The play had two performances on December 13, 1945, at the Empire Theatre. The cast included Bob Fithian, Gerald Hess, Janet Fithian, Edna Haglund, Marivonne Stover, Annette Henwood, Yvonne Symonds, Milton Larson, Joyce Kilgore, Gordon Kidder, LeRoy Asseln, Terry Mondhan, Vernon Thompson, Rodney Dewar, Louis Grinnell, John Waldorf, Edwin Carlson, Wayne Stedman, Dallis Perry. Page one: the cover including name of play, place, and date Page two: stage crew Page three: play cast Page

Image of 2013.001.015 - Play

2013.001.015 - Play

The Anacortes High School 1946 senior class play was "Junior Miss". The play had two performances on December 13, 1945, at the Empire Theatre. The cast included Bob Fithian, Gerald Hess, Janet Fithian, Edna Haglund, Marivonne Stover, Annette Henwood, Yvonne Symonds, Milton Larson, Joyce Kilgore, Gordon Kidder, LeRoy Asseln, Terry Mondhan, Vernon Thompson, Rodney Dewar, Louis Grinnell, John Waldorf, Edwin Carlson, Wayne Stedman, Dallis Perry. On August 2, 2006, an abbreviated version, "Junior Miss Revisited", was adapted from the original by Jan O'Dowd and presented at the Flounder Bay Restaurant in Anacortes. Cast: Bob Fithian, Jan O'Dowd, Marivonne Stover Whipple, Bea Rauen, Dallis

Image of 2013.001.016 - Program, Theater

2013.001.016 - Program, Theater

The Anacortes High School 1944 senior class play was "The Campbells Are Coming!". The play was presented at the High School Auditorium on December 10, 1943. The cast included Shirley Raeder, Marian Unsoeld, Ardelle Smith, Alan Pentz, Cameron Schulz, Clifford Foss, Bill Murray, Ina Fae Schneider, Themo Demopolis, and Dolores Haynes. Page one: the cover including name of play, place, and date Page two: stage crew Page three: play cast and synopsis of scenes Page four: blank

Image of 2013.001.018 - Program, Concert

2013.001.018 - Program, Concert

Program of the Anacortes Senior High School Choir Spring Concert on Tuesday, May 14, 1946, which was presented at Westminster Presbyterian Church at 8:00 p.m. Cover: information as above Pages 2 and 3: songs sung Page 4: choir officers, choir members, accompanists, committees

Image of 2013.001.019 - Program, Concert

2013.001.019 - Program, Concert

Program of the Anacortes Senior High School Choir Autumn Benefit Concert on November 15-16, 1946, which was presented at Westminster Presbyterian Church at 8:00 p.m. Gwendolyn L. Beard was the director, and Marian E. Fulton the accompanist. Cover: information as above Page 2: songs sung Page 3: songs sung and choir officers, committees, and usherettes Page 4: choir members

Image of 2013.001.020 - Program, Concert

2013.001.020 - Program, Concert

Program of the Anacortes Senior High School Choir and Band Spring Concert on April 19, 1944. Cover: information as above Pages 2 and 3: numbers presented by band and choral groups Page 4: blank

Image of 2013.001.021 - Program, Concert

2013.001.021 - Program, Concert

Program of the Western Washington School Music Band, Orchestra, Choral, Competition Festival held at the University of Washington on April 26, 1946. The Anacortes High School Choir performed in Class C (enrollment 250 or less in school). They were directed by Robert E. Beard.

Image of 2013.001.022 - Program, Concert

2013.001.022 - Program, Concert

Program of the Anacortes Senior High School Choir Christmas Concert on December 18-19, 1946, which was presented at Westminster Presbyterian Church at 8:00 p.m. Gwendolyn L. Beard was the director, and Marian E. Fulton the accompanist. Cover: information as above Page 2: songs sung Page 3: songs sung and choir officers, committees Page 4: usherettes and choir members