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Image of 2005.031.023 - Map

2005.031.023 - Map

Photocopy of Skagit County GIS Map, aerial view. RE: 509 5th Street, Anacortes, WA

2005.031.024 - Map

Photocopy of Skagit County GIS Map, zoomed aerial view. RE: 509 5th Street, Anacortes, WA

Image of 1997.088 - Anacortes 6/R to 11/N - 1969

1997.088 - Anacortes 6/R to 11/N - 1969

Excellent aerial view of Anacortes, approximately 11th and N to 6th and R. Back is stamped: "Photograph by Vallentyne Photography, 410 Commercial Ave., Anacortes, Washington, Ph. 293-3281". Also on the back in ink is the date "8-8-69".

Image of 1999.046 - Rosario Head and Beach

1999.046 - Rosario Head and Beach

AERIAL PHOTO - Rosario Head and Beach Area - Dry mounted on matboard Paper Label on reverse "Northwest Air Photos, Port Orchard, WA 98366

Image of 2000.017.023 -

2000.017.023 -

Aerial photograph of Fidalgo Island, March's Point, downtown Anacortes, Skyline, Burrows Island, north Whidbey Island, Similk Bay, Bow, and Guemes Island. Taken after 1957; refineries and docks are in place on March's Point.

Image of 2005.105.001 - Aerial view of Anacortes and San Juan Islands

2005.105.001 - Aerial view of Anacortes and San Juan Islands

Aerial view of Anacortes and San Juan Islands. Foreground is March Point.

Image of D.XIX.007.003 - Aerial Little Cranberry Lake, Washington Park, Burrows Island, Allan Island

D.XIX.007.003 - Aerial Little Cranberry Lake, Washington Park, Burrows Island, Allan Island

Aerial Photos showing NW Fidalgo Island. Marked confidential. Plat markings hand drawn on government survery map.

Image of D.XV.070 - Friday Harbor

D.XV.070 - Friday Harbor

Friday Harbor, San Juan Island./ Dinner Island in the distance. Stamped on lower right corner: "Glenn A. Davis, Thatcher, Wash."

Image of fic.0013 -

fic.0013 -

"Deception Pass," #101, RPPC. Bridge was erected in 1985. Fidalgo is the island located on the right and Whidbey is located on the left.

Image of fic.0017 -

fic.0017 -

"Anacortes, Wash., Residence District" aerial view. "Bower Brady" and "#103" are also written in white on the bottom of the photo.

Image of WF 0288 -

WF 0288 -

Aerial view of downtown Anacortes along Guemes Channel, Cannery Row, and the Port of Anacortes. Also Anacortes Lumber & Box, Little Chicago along Fidalgo Bay and the northern section of Cap Sante.

Image of WF 0289 -

WF 0289 -

Aerial view of Cap Sante boat basin along Fidalgo Bay. Little Chicago is gone in this photo. A Port of Anacortes copy dates this image as 1958.

Image of WF 0291.A,B - aerial view of Anacortes

WF 0291.A,B - aerial view of Anacortes

Aerial view (distant) of downtown Anacortes, Port of Anacortes, Cannery Row, Cap Sante, Mill Row, and March Point. Note presence of Shell Refinery (built in 1953-1955) on the north tip of March Point; also the Texaco Refinery, built in the late 1950s does not appear yet, which helps date this image.

Image of WF 0292.A,B,C -

WF 0292.A,B,C -

Aerial view [close-up] of downtown Anacortes; Commercial Avenue is at far left, Cannery Row, Morrison Mill in distance. Note shacks and shanties of Little Chicago which burned in mid to late-1950s around the east side of Cap Sante Boat Basin; this helps date this image. Docks in foreground are at foot of M and L Avenues respectively. Porter Cannery, Northwestern Cannery, and Rosario Straits Cannery were, at different times, at the foot of M Avenue; Crest Cannery was at the foot of L Avenue.

Image of WF 0293.A,B,C -

WF 0293.A,B,C -

Aerial view [close up] of downtown Anacortes looking south, Port of Anacortes in foreground, Morrison Mill dock and yard. Excellent view of lower end of Commercial Avenue [as well as Q and O] for this time period.

Image of WF 1242.A,B -

WF 1242.A,B -

Aerial view of Anacortes downtown. "Anacortes, Wash. Business District & Docks", "#102", and "BOWER & BRADY"

Image of WF 0495 - aerial view in 1920s

WF 0495 - aerial view in 1920s

Aerial view of Fidalgo Lumber and Box on W Avenue between 34th and 35th. The mill began c. 1890 as the Kyle Sawmill. According to Tommy Thompson, it was incorporated as Fidalgo Mill Company in 1890 in order to provide lumber for the Thompson-Houston Electric Company who was then building the Fidalgo City and Anacortes Electric Railroad. (See Thompson's manuscript on FC-A Railroad, May 1990.) With the failure of the railroad, the mill ceased business and, in 1892, it was resurrected as a cooperative shingle mill, which operated in fits and starts throughout the latter 1890s. The 1-26-1893 ANACORTES AMERICAN reported, "Rumors of shingle mills fill the air and all the people say Amen. The sidetr

Image of D.V.090.002 -

D.V.090.002 -

Aerial view of the Shell Oil Refinery, March's Point looking west from Padilla Bay towards Fidalgo Bay.

Image of 2005.101.003.A,B - 2005.101.003

2005.101.003.A,B - 2005.101.003

B/W postcard with aerial view of Cap Sante and canneries. P-1236 is printed at the bottom left corner possibly referring to a negative. Anacortes Washington is printed to the right of the number.

Image of 2005.101.004 - 2005.101.004

2005.101.004 - 2005.101.004

Aerial view of Anacortes Lumber & Box Mill with smokestack. At the bottom left is printed: "P-972 City of Anacortes, Wash."