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Image of 2010.052.001-.004 - Records

2010.052.001-.004 - Records

Receipt dated May 21st 1925 (?) from The Guemes Co. for One hundred and fifty one and 37/100 Dollars for wages in full to date. $515.37, signed by Chas. H. Baer.

Image of 2000.052.001.001-.002 - Receipt

2000.052.001.001-.002 - Receipt

2 Tax Receipts - 1893 and 1897 Due from Peter Ryberg for years 1893 and 1897 .001 - 1893 .002 -1897

Image of 2010.053.007 - Receipt

2010.053.007 - Receipt

Receipt of payment from A.B. Cowles to John W. Moore for furnishing field notes of survey of Saddle Bag and Hat Islands in Township 35 North, Range 2 East in the amount of $5.00.

Image of 2005.020.016 - Receipt

2005.020.016 - Receipt

Receipt to T. B. Childs, City Treasurer, from the City of Anacortes. Numerous calculations on top and back.

Image of 1998.031.062.001 - Records

1998.031.062.001 - Records

Receipt written to "Miss Curtis" acknowledging a $ 39.00 delivery of locket with inscription, and case.

Image of 2009.002.011 - Book, Account

2009.002.011 - Book, Account

Receipt book for fish sold to Puget Fisheries, marked "Office," on cover.

Image of 2009.002.012 - Book, Account

2009.002.012 - Book, Account

Receipt book for fish sold to Puget Fisheries, marked "Pronto," on cover.

Image of 1979.075.001.A,B,C - Receipt

1979.075.001.A,B,C - Receipt

Three unused receipt books from Fidalgo Island Packing Co. that were in the actual office when it was physically transferred to the museum and placed in the permanent exhibit. Appears that the 1st page of each book has been removed. Inside front cover is a sticker that reads: "From ANACORTES AMERICAN, Anacortes, Wash." The pages, in duplicate to use with a sheet of carbon paper reads: "Original, Fidalgo Island Packing Company. Anacortes, Washington, ___190_; Messrs. H. Bell-Irving & co., Ltd., Vancouver, B.C. Dear Sirs: We herewithbeg to advise receipt of your shipping instructions dated ___________for Canned Salmon, as follows: " (table reads) "Folio, Contract, Cases, Consignee, Destin

Image of 2001.049.007 - Receipt

2001.049.007 - Receipt

Hard-cover, 2 hole punched account book for Coast Fish Co. . A "Luckett's Sterling Line, Sectional Post Binder, o. 7718, Style D E, Made in Canada, Luckett Loose Leaf, Limited, Toronto". There are dividers for: "General Accounts" major divider with smaller sections divided as: "Plant & Eqpt"; "Current Assets", "Liabilities", "Controll A/c s" [controlling Accounts], "Gen Expense", "Sundry Acc s", "Fishermen", "Lighthouse", "Fish. L. H." [Fish Lighthouse], "Exp. L.H.", "Fish. G.B." [Greenbay], "Exp. G.B.". the next major divider is labeled "Accounts Payable" then subdivders for each letter of the alphabet. There is a green loose paper for Account G-10 between pages for G-10 and G-11, there i

Image of 2010.052.003 - Records

2010.052.003 - Records

Bill of Sale: Know all men by these presents, that I, Sid Chee, of Portland, Oregon, inn consideration of One ($1.00) Dollar and other valuable considerations, do hereby sell, assign and transfer and set over unto Will A. Lowman, of Anacortes, Washington, all my right, title and interest in and to that certain scow, engine and exhaust box now situated and being in the possession of said Will A. Lowman at Anacortes, Washington. Dated at Portland, Oregon, this 21st day of December, 1923. Signed by Seid Chee Witnessed gby: W. W. Banks (?) and Ne___ Schwarzback

Image of 2005.005.011.002 - Receipt

2005.005.011.002 - Receipt

This receipt for $300.00 was written August 23, 1918, for part of the purchase price on Lots 11 and 12, Block 166 in Anacortes, from F. P. Etter to J. D. Norvell. It is signed by Norvell and Norvell. NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter

Image of 2005.005.015.002 - Receipt

2005.005.015.002 - Receipt

Fred P. Etter paid for the perpetual care of lots 5-6-11-12 in Block 27, Section B of the original Grand View Cemetery. He paid $120 to the City of Anacortes. This receipt also includes $75 for a bronze marker for Mary Etter, his daughter. NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter

Image of 2005.005.019.002 - Receipt

2005.005.019.002 - Receipt

Similk Water Association, Inc., issued Certificate of Membership # 79 to Fred P. Etter on June 18, 1952, for Lot 5, Block 2, Similk Beach. The membership fee was $5.00. It was signed by the president, John A. Stevens. This receipt was signed by stamp of Similk Water Association, Inc. NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter

Image of 2005.005.026 - Receipt

2005.005.026 - Receipt

This receipt was written on the stationery of Citizens Bank in Anacortes. "March 11, 1924, Rec'd from F. P. Etter five hundred twenty five dollars for deed Lot 14, Blk 166. Taxes to be paid out of said amount, Citizens Bank, W.T. Odlin" NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter

Image of 2005.005.030 - receipt

2005.005.030 - receipt

Affidavit and real estate sales tax receipt for the sale of tidelands from Fred and Grace Etter to Ellsworth and Grace Olson and Melvin and Hazel Halgren. The sale price was $1225.00 and the sales tax was 1% - $12.25. The document was signed by Fred Etter and notarized by Ben Driftmeir. NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter

Image of 2005.005.031 - Roll, Tax

2005.005.031 - Roll, Tax

Taxes for 1953 on tidelands at Gibraltar were paid by Fred Etter to the Treasurer's Office of Skagit County on May 16, 1936, in the amount of $2.43; this apparently was a six-month assessment as the total tax is listed at $4.86. The reverse side lists all the Skagit County levies for 1935 -- school, state, county, town, road district, dike district, and drainage district. The purple stamp at upper right indicates the date, amount paid, and the County treasurer, Will B. Ellis. NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter

Image of 2005.005.032 - Roll, Tax

2005.005.032 - Roll, Tax

Taxes for Lot 15, Block 166, at 1820 10th Street in 1962 were sent to Fred Etter, but were apparently paid by C. E. Marley. The assessment for the year was $80.82, of which $40.41 was paid on April 13, 1962. The purple stamp at upper right indicates the date, amount paid, and the County treasurer, Will B. Ellis. NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter

Image of 2005.005.033.001 - Roll, Tax

2005.005.033.001 - Roll, Tax

Taxes for property in Gibraltar in 1962 were paid by Fred Etter. The assessment for the year was $39.49, of which $19.74 was paid on April 26, 1962. The purple stamp at upper right indicates the date, amount paid, and the County treasurer, Will B. Ellis. NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter

Image of 2005.005.033.002 - Roll, Tax

2005.005.033.002 - Roll, Tax

Taxes for property in Gibraltar in 1962 were paid by Fred Etter. The assessment for the year was $39.49, of which $19.75 was paid on October 9, 1962. The purple stamp at upper right indicates the date, amount paid, and the County treasurer, Will B. Ellis. NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter

Image of 2005.005.034.001-.006 - Roll, Tax

2005.005.034.001-.006 - Roll, Tax

Taxes for property in Gibraltar in 1963 were paid by Fred Etter. The assessment for the year was: .001 - $31.94 .002 - $5.69 .003 - $3.37 .004 - $4.79 .005 - $4.26 .006 - $114.44 $91.30 was paid on March 21, 1963, leaving $73.19 to be paid in October. The purple stamp at upper right indicates the date, amount paid, and the County treasurer, Will B. Ellis. NOTE: From the estate of Fred Philip Etter