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Image of fic.0832 - Table, Parlor

fic.0832 - Table, Parlor

Octagonal top table with four legs connected for stability at the bottom.

Image of 1997.276 -

1997.276 -

Camp site; A little girl, dog, woman, and little boy sitting at a table. There is a tent behind them.

Image of 1997.326 - Lake Quinault

1997.326 - Lake Quinault

Small, open-air cabin surrounded by trees. Person wearing a hat sitting outside. On back : "591 Wash. Shelter Cabin at Lake Quinault." "Glen Davis" and "434" Lower right hand corner has in relief: Glenn Davis, Photographer

Image of 1997.363 - After deck lounge space

1997.363 - After deck lounge space

After deck lounge space on the CITY OF ANACORTES. Anacortes Lumber and Box is visible in the background.

Image of 1994.019.003.015 - May and Vic Hanson, CCC reunion

1994.019.003.015 - May and Vic Hanson, CCC reunion

Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) reunion picture of 1991. May and Vic Hanson were in charge of the C.C.C. Culture Center at Bowman Bay. The local Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) was based at Cornet Bay, Deception Pass State Park, Whidbey Island, "Camp Deception Pass". The men, hired by this federal program as part of the Roosevelt administration's New Deal program, came from all over the United States and were responsible for building the northern approach for the Deception Pass Bridge, on which construction began in 1934. They also built structures in Deception Pass State Park that still stand as of 2011. The 6-23-1933, ANACORTES AMERICAN reported on the arrival of the CCC c

Image of 1994.019.003.017 - 1991, CCC reunion

1994.019.003.017 - 1991, CCC reunion

Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) reunion picture of 1991. Local men attending were, left to right, Vic Vickers, John Tursi, Vince Yankacy, Tim Devine, and Matt Troha. The image was taken at Bowman Bay. The local Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) was based at Cornet Bay, Deception Pass State Park, Whidbey Island; "Camp Deception Pass". The men, hired by this federal program as part of the Roosevelt administration's New Deal program, came from all over the United States and were responsible for building the northern approach for the Deception Pass Bridge, on which construction began in 1934. They also built structures in Deception Pass State Park that still stand as of 2011. The

Image of 1994.019.003.018.001 - 1991 CCC reunion

1994.019.003.018.001 - 1991 CCC reunion

Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) reunion picture of 1991. Local men and wives attending were, left to right- back row: Vic Vickers, Doris Tursi, Tim Devine, John Tursi; front row: Mrs. ?, Mrs. ?, Mrs. ?, Matt Trokow, Mrs. ?, Benny Calacino, Vince Yankacy. The image was taken at Bowman Bay. The local Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) was based at Cornet Bay, Deception Pass State Park, Whidbey Island, "Camp Deception Pass". The men, hired by this federal program as part of the Roosevelt administration's New Deal program, came from all over the United States and were responsible for building the northern approach for the Deception Pass Bridge, on which construction began in 1934.

Image of 1994.019.003.016.A,B - May and Vic Hanson, CCC reunion

1994.019.003.016.A,B - May and Vic Hanson, CCC reunion

Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) reunion picture of 1991. Local men attending were, left to right, Vic Vickers, Benny Calicino, John Tursi, Vince Yankacy, Tim Devine, and Matt Troha. The image was taken at Bowman Bay. The local Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) was based at Cornet Bay, Deception Pass State Park, Whidbey Island; "Camp Deception Pass". The men, hired by this federal program as part of the Roosevelt administration's New Deal program, came from all over the United States and were responsible for building the northern approach for the Deception Pass Bridge, on which construction began in 1934. They also built structures in Deception Pass State Park that still stand

Image of 2012.018.007 -

2012.018.007 -

Thanksgiving dinner place settings at Burrows Island Light Station in the livingroom of the duplex.

Image of 2012.043.025-.026 - Unknown woman sitting in a chair outside under the trees

2012.043.025-.026 - Unknown woman sitting in a chair outside under the trees

Unknown woman sitting in a chair outside under the trees. She is near a picnic table and other chairs.

Image of 2014.030.010 - Bob, Thelma Gilden Hewson, Dorothy Hawes

2014.030.010 - Bob, Thelma Gilden Hewson, Dorothy Hawes

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 was taken on July 3, 1974, of Bob, Thelma Gilden Hewson, and Dorothy Hawes sitting at a table.

Image of 2012.098.100 - Olga Amala Foss Ledlie and friends

2012.098.100 - Olga Amala Foss Ledlie and friends

Olga Amala Foss Ledlie is sitting with two friends at a picnic table at an unknown time and place. Came in with photographs of Ole A. Foss family.

Image of 2012.098.209 - group at picnic table #5

2012.098.209 - group at picnic table #5

Taken at an unknown time and place, this photo pictures a group seated at picnic table #5; there is a palm tree in the background. Came in with photographs of Ole A. Foss family.

Image of 1994.019.003.019 - 1991 CCC Reunion

1994.019.003.019 - 1991 CCC Reunion

Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) reunion picture of 1991. Local men attending were, left to right, Vic Vickers, Benny Calicino, John Tursi, Vince Yankacy, Tim Devine, and Matt Troha. The image was taken at Bowman Bay. The local Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) was based at Cornet Bay, Deception Pass State Park, Whidbey Island; "Camp Deception Pass". The men, hired by this federal program as part of the Roosevelt administration's New Deal program, came from all over the United States and were responsible for building the northern approach for the Deception Pass Bridge, on which construction began in 1934. They also built structures in Deception Pass State Park that still stand

Image of 2013.077.042 - AHS students around a table

2013.077.042 - AHS students around a table

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. .042 - a group of eleven students posed around two sides of a table; the photo was not included in the annual.

Image of 2013.077.195 - Luvera in conference with four men

2013.077.195 - Luvera in conference with four men

Paul N. Luvera, Sr., successfully ran for the Washington State Senate as a Republican from the 40th District in 1952. He served 1953-1957. Part of the life of a Senator is meeting with constituents. In this photo he is seated at a desk or table conversing with four men.

Image of 2013.077.209 - Wallie Funk at a dinner table

2013.077.209 - Wallie Funk at a dinner table

Included in the Paul Luvera collection is this photo of four men sitting at a dinner table. Wallie Funk is directly facing the camera. It is now known who the other men are or where or when the photo was taken.

Image of fic.0733 - Allan family

fic.0733 - Allan family

Four people are seated at a round table, possibly in the 1970s and maybe in the Assembly of God Church. They are wearing name tags. Facing the camera are Mac Allan, Myrtle Allan, and Martha Lou Allan Sampson.

Image of 2014.054.011 - unidentified men and women

2014.054.011 - unidentified men and women

This photo is from the estate of Gerry Wallrath. The four women and six men are unidentified as to name, time, or place. The photography studio in Edmonds would date this to between 1951 and 1976.

Image of 2014.054.012 - 3 men at a chess board

2014.054.012 - 3 men at a chess board

This photo is from the estate of Gerry Wallrath. Three men are unidentified as to name, time, or place. The photography studio in Michigan would probably date this to between 1945 and 1951. Seated at a chess table, the two men at left are wearing hats; the younger man at right is in a three-piece suit and tie.