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Image of 2015.082.003 - Poster

2015.082.003 - Poster

Small poster for September 12, 2015, Antique Engine and Machinery Day. The border is in red.

Image of 2013.045.004 - Collar

2013.045.004 - Collar

This ceremonial collar was worn by Shriners, an advanced degree of Masons. The red velvet is embossed with heavy white thread, red stones, a two-inch fringe, and five inch tassels. It was made by C. E. Ward Company of New London, Ohio, manufacturers of uniforms and lodge goods.

Image of 2013.077.357 - Ribbon, Prize

2013.077.357 - Ribbon, Prize

Probably Mary Thelma Babarovich Luvera won this red second place ribbon at the 1939 Anacortes Grange Harvest Festival.

Image of 2013.077.399.017 - Token, Ration

2013.077.399.017 - Token, Ration

During the World War II years of 1942-1945, the Office of Price Administration was established to ration commodities such as gasoline, fuel oil, and food. This circular red paper product was worth 1 red point.

Image of 2015.082.004 - Poster

2015.082.004 - Poster

This poster advertises the 20th Antique Engine and Machinery Day to be held on September 12, 2015. The motto is, "Models Preserve Our Past." The bottom of the poster has information as to hours, place, and telephone numbers. Acknowledgments are made to Ace Hardware, Anacortes Brass Works, Birch Equipment, City of Anacortes, Les Schwab, Noon Kiwanis, Port of Anacortes, and Sebos.

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 2012.117.043 - Scarf, Neck

2012.117.043 - Scarf, Neck

Raymond Smith wore this yellow and red Boy Scout neck scarf. 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 2012.117.118 - Slide, Scarf

2012.117.118 - Slide, Scarf

Made of red, white, and blue plastic, this was probably an unofficial neckerchief slide; it may have been acquired at a special event and suggests a patriotic theme. 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 2012.117.119 - Slide, Scarf

2012.117.119 - Slide, Scarf

Made of red, white, and blue plastic, this was probably an unofficial neckerchief slide; it may have been acquired at a special event and suggests a patriotic theme. 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 2012.117.120 - Slide, Scarf

2012.117.120 - Slide, Scarf

Made of pink (faded from red?), white, and blue yarn, this was probably an unofficial Boy Scout neckerchief woggle; it may have been made by someone who was practicing making woggles (a Boy Scout term for a neckerchief slide in a particular pattern). 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 2015.068.007 - Lantern, Ship's

2015.068.007 - Lantern, Ship's

Ship lanterns were used at night to alert other ships of their presence. This red lantern was placed on the port side of the ship.

Image of fic.0826 - vase

fic.0826 - vase

Rectangular grey ceramic vase with red bird and branch in center. On bottom - "McCoy, USA".

Image of fic.0756 - Doll

fic.0756 - Doll

Handmade doll with red yarn hair, embroidered face, red striped with flowers overalls, blue-flowered shoes and shirt and bonnet.

Image of G.I.002 - Doll

G.I.002 - Doll

Donated by Mrs. Jennie Ray, this doll was about 86 years old in 1940, giving it a creation date of c. 1854. It may have a wax head and bust or is a waxover paper mache. She is wearing a disintegrating red and white dress with white lace and black lace, bloomers, and fake leather elbow length gloves which have absorbed some of the red dye from the dress. She has cloth shoes with red ties. Little blue seed beads were found in a paper package pinned to the dress. Page 64 of Spinning Wheel's "Complete Book of Dolls" edited by Albert Christian Revi says the some wax dolls have heads only, with leather hands and stuffed boties. These date to c. 1860s.

Image of H.XII.013 - Bunting

H.XII.013 - Bunting

Piece of red, white and blue bunting with stars and stripes, 23" wide, 4 m. long NOTE: Has two numbers for this one item: H.XII.013 and 1981.001.004.026

Image of 2014.030.004 - Leona Gilden

2014.030.004 - Leona Gilden

A collection of photographs of the Gilden family was given to the museum by Tami Gilden. The family had a farm at Summit Park near Sharpe's Corner. This image is of Leona Gilden in April 1967 dressed in red in front of bushes.

Image of 2013.077.220 - unknown man beside dahlias

2013.077.220 - unknown man beside dahlias

An unknown man is standing beside red dahlias. At the bottom edge of the photo is written, "Regards to Paul. Smitty, 4/12/48."

Image of 2015.059.050.005 - Anacortes Railway - passenger car

2015.059.050.005 - Anacortes Railway - passenger car

The Anacortes Railway, also known as the Tommy Thompson train, ran on special occasions from 1979 until Thompson's death in 1999. This view is of the passenger car with red plush seats. The 18-inch gage line operated an excursion train of elegant parlor cars from the historic Great Northern depot in downtown Anacortes, Washington. 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. The project was begun in 1965 with the purchase of No. 22, a 3.5 ton compressed air locomotive from the Homestake Min