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Image of D.XV.021.001-.002 - Home of parents of Dr. Edward Everett Butler in Philadelphia, PA

D.XV.021.001-.002 - Home of parents of Dr. Edward Everett Butler in Philadelphia, PA

.001 and .002) Two views of home parlor and living room in home of parents of Dr Edward Everett Butler located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Dr. E. E. Butler's daughter Geneva Butler Kershner (Mrs. Joe Kershner) who lived in Portland, Oregon in March of 1970. Dr. Butler was an eary Anacortes physician who died in March 1913. He attended Mrs. Rudolf Schwarz during the birth of her daughter Anna Marie Schwarz (later Mrs. William "Bill" H. Beasner") born August 1, 1899. Photo shows rocking chair, steam heat register, organ and stairway. Shows white lace curtains, ornate rugs, matched pair of wicker chairs.

Image of WF 1229 - Federal Building - # 19

WF 1229 - Federal Building - # 19

The Federal building is located at 515 Commercial, on the northeast corner of 6th and Commercial. The building opened in August 1938 and housed the Anacortes Post Office and U. S. Customs Office. This view of the completed building looks northeast toward the building from the second floor of the Shannon Building at the southwest corner of 6th and Commercial. The sidewalks and stairs at the front door are completed, as is the landscaping. A corner of the vacated Elks Building and the smokestack of Anacortes Lumber & Box are visible at right. The Federal Building houses the Anacortes Post Office which has occupied numerous buildings in Anacortes since its founding in November 1879. The firs

Image of WF 1230.A,B - Federal Building  - #18

WF 1230.A,B - Federal Building - #18

The Federal building is located at 515 Commercial, on the northeast corner of 6th and Commercial. The building opened in August 1938 and housed the Anacortes Post Office and U. S. Customs Office. This view of the completed building looks northeast toward the building from the second floor of the Shannon Building at the southwest corner of 6th and Commercial. The sidewalks and stairs at the front door are completed, as is the landscaping. A corner of the vacated Elks Building and the smokestack of Anacortes Lumber & Box are visible at right. There are people and cars in this photo in this view. The Federal Building houses the Anacortes Post Office which has occupied numerous buildings in A