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Image of 2012.120.002 - Bookmark

2012.120.002 - Bookmark

Anacortes First Baptist Church, 100 years anniversary blue ribbon bookmark.

Image of 2014.013.109 - Article

2014.013.109 - Article

In the January 29, 2014, edition of the ANACORTES AMERICAN a short article was written on page A3 announcing the February 14, 2014, planned ribbon cutting for completion of the Wyman's Habitat Mitigation project. "The mitigation site was constructed as part of the Project Pier 1 redevelopment."

Image of 2014.013.110 - Program

2014.013.110 - Program

This program was for the ribbon cutting ceremony for Wyman's Habitat Mitigation at 202 U Avenue. After four months of work, the old marina was demolished and a water habitat established. The program includes mention of City of Anacortes departments, Design Team, Contractors, and Permitting Agencies. The project manager was Brady Rowe from the Port of Anacortes. Also included are photos of the site before and after mitigation. The project elements included: Demolition: both in water and uplands Excavation of contaminated and non-contaminated soils Installation of armoring and retaining walls Habitat Placement: Fish mix and salt marsh Landscaping plantings Public access

Image of 2013.077.352 - Ribbon, Membership

2013.077.352 - Ribbon, Membership

Mary Thelma Babarovich Luvera attended annual conventions of the Washington Merchants' Association between 1936 and 1940. This pink ribbon may have been attached to her badge when her husband, Paul Luvera, Sr., was president of the association in 1939. It reads, "Mrs. Paul Luvera, Hostess."

Image of 2013.077.353 - Ribbon, Membership

2013.077.353 - Ribbon, Membership

Mary Thelma Babarovich Luvera attended annual conventions of the Washington Merchants' Association between 1936 and 1940. This white ribbon may have been attached to her badge. It reads, "Ladies".

Image of 2013.077.354 - Ribbon, Prize

2013.077.354 - Ribbon, Prize

Probably Mary Thelma Babarovich Luvera won this light blue first place ribbon at the 1937 Anacortes Grange Harvest Festival.

Image of 2013.077.355.A,B - Ribbon, Prize

2013.077.355.A,B - Ribbon, Prize

Probably Mary Thelma Babarovich Luvera won these blue first place ribbons at the 1937 Anacortes Grange Harvest Festival.

Image of 2013.077.356.A,B,C,D - Ribbon, Prize

2013.077.356.A,B,C,D - Ribbon, Prize

Probably Mary Thelma Babarovich Luvera won these blue first place ribbons at the 1939 Anacortes Grange Harvest Festival.

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 1995.022.002.003 - ribbon

1995.022.002.003 - ribbon

Personal identification yellow ribbon from 1948 Marineers' Pageant which belonged to Ed Schwartz. Ribbon reads: "Anacortes Marineers' Pageant Manager" 1.5" wide x 8" long

Image of 1995.022.002.004 - ribbon

1995.022.002.004 - ribbon

Personal identification white ribbon from 1948 Marineers' Pageant which belonged to Ed Schwartz. Ribbon reads: "Anacortes Marineers' Pageant executive Committee" 1.5" wide x 8.5" long

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 WF 6040 - Wallie Funk, Past-President Pioneer Ass'n

WF 6040 - Wallie Funk, Past-President Pioneer Ass'n

Wallie V. Funk [Jr.] is holding his ribbon from the Skagit County Pioneer Association, which denotes that he was a past-president of that organization. He served as president in 1992.

Image of WF 6042 - Wallie V. Funk, 1996 August

WF 6042 - Wallie V. Funk, 1996 August

Wallie V. Funk [Jr.] wearing the 1936 Olympic Gold Medal belonging to Don Hume. Hume won the Gold Medal at the summer Olympics in Berlin, West Germany. He helped row to victory with the University of Washington rowing crew, as Adolph Hitler looked on. [see WF 0707 for photographs of Don Hume after winning the Olympic competition]. This function (AHS class of 1933 reunion) was held at Slocum's restaurant in Skyline district of Anacortes.

Image of WF 6041 - Wallie Funk & Don Hume, Aug 1996

WF 6041 - Wallie Funk & Don Hume, Aug 1996

Wallie V. Funk [Jr.] and 1936 Gold Medal Olympian from Anacortes, Don Hume. Hume won the Gold Medal at the summer Olympics in Berlin, West Germany. He helped row to victory with the University of Washington rowing crew, as Adolph Hitler looked on. [see WF 0707 for photographs of Don Hume after winning the Olympic competition]. This function (AHS Class of 1933 reunion) was held at Slocum's restaurant in Skyline district of Anacortes.

Image of WF 6043 - Wallie Funk & Don Hume's Olympic Gold Medal

WF 6043 - Wallie Funk & Don Hume's Olympic Gold Medal

Wallie V. Funk [Jr.] wearing the 1936 Olympic Gold Medal belonging to Don Hume. Hume won the Gold Medal at the summer Olympics in Berlin, West Germany. He helped row to victory with the University of Washington rowing crew, as Adolph Hitler looked on. [see WF 0707 for photographs of Don Hume after winning the Olympic competition]. This function (AHS class of 1933 reunion) was held at Slocum's restaurant in Skyline district of Anacortes.

Image of WF 6044 - Wallie Funk with Don Hume's Olympic gold medal

WF 6044 - Wallie Funk with Don Hume's Olympic gold medal

Wallie V. Funk [Jr.] wearing the 1936 Olympic Gold Medal belonging to Don Hume. Hume won the Gold Medal at the summer Olympics in Berlin, West Germany. He helped row to victory with the University of Washington rowing crew, as Adolph Hitler looked on. [see WF 0707 for photographs of Don Hume after winning the Olympic competition]. This function (AHS class of 1933 reunion) was held at Slocum's restaurant in Skyline district of Anacortes.

Image of 2013.077.007 - Marineers' Pageant Children's Parade

2013.077.007 - Marineers' Pageant Children's Parade

The "Juvenile" or Children's Parade of the Marineers' Pageant was usually held on Friday, separate from the big community parade held on Saturday. It had special categories of events: best decorated bicycle, best decorated doll buggy, etc. Most of these images (2013.077.004-.016) appear to have been taken at or near where the parade was staged or ended: The Texaco Station on the northeast corner of Commercial and 9th, and the Union Oil Station on the southeast corner of Commercial and 9th. This young girl is dressed in a full white dress, gloves, hair ribbons, necklace, and is pushing a decorated doll buggy.