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Image of 2010.009.034 - Scarf, Bureau

2010.009.034 - Scarf, Bureau

Hand embroidered dresser/table scarf. Has flowers in red, blue and yellow. light blue ribbon holds 7 flowers together (x2) total of 18 flowers. Embroidery by Emma Trulson.

Image of 2010.009.035 - Scarf, Bureau

2010.009.035 - Scarf, Bureau

Hand embroidered dresser/table scarf. Has yellow and blud flowers in a purple basket (x2). Embroidery by Emma Trulson.

Image of 2012.117.041 - Scarf, Neck

2012.117.041 - Scarf, Neck

Raymond Smith wore this Eagle 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 2012.117.042 - Scarf, Neck

2012.117.042 - Scarf, Neck

Raymond Smith wore this Boy Scout U.S.A. Bicentennial (1776 - 1976) neck scarf. Three Boy Scouts playing drums and fife are superimposed on the Boy Scout emblem. 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 2013.077.041 - girl wearing a scarf in snow

2013.077.041 - girl wearing a scarf in snow

Phyllis Luvera Ennes was editor of the 1946 Anacortes High School RHODODENDRON. She compiled photos for consideration for publication and taped them to cardboard. 2013.077.038 - .070 are those photos, some of which were published in the 1946 annual. .041 - girl wearing a scarf, jacket, mittens, pants and boots carrying something in her hands in the snow - no identification.

Image of 2012.083.001.026 - checking for underweight cans

2012.083.001.026 - checking for underweight cans

The ladies on this line of the cannery are checking for underweight cans. They are wearing white aprons, gloves, and head coverings. From left to right: Gloria Baird, unknown, Joan Krueger. This photograph album was donated to the museum by Augie Babarovich, who worked in the warehouse of the cannery pictured. The original photos have been removed to file drawer 2012 in the Photo room and have been replaced by copies. The cannery at 1400 4th Street was established as Coast Fish Company in 1896. The photos in this album are from Farwest Fisheries and Whitney Fidalgo Seafood and can thus be dated to between 1935 - 1985.

Image of 2012.083.001.027 - women checking fish

2012.083.001.027 - women checking fish

The ladies on this line of the cannery are checking headless and tailless fish. This photograph album was donated to the museum by Augie Babarovich, who worked in the warehouse of the cannery pictured. The original photos have been removed to file drawer 2012 in the Photo room and have been replaced by copies. The cannery at 1400 4th Street was established as Coast Fish Company in 1896. The photos in this album are from Farwest Fisheries and Whitney Fidalgo Seafood and can thus be dated to between 1935 - 1985.