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Image of 2009.045 - Journal

2009.045 - Journal

Oregon State Museum accounting of wagon trip from Missouri to Oregon, May 24 - October 4, 1863. Ancestors of the Moore family (donors) were part of the wagon train.

Image of D.II.002 -

D.II.002 -

Anna and Walter Schwartz, taken by Mrs. Rudolf Schwartz in the back yard of their home, 1403 5th St., now the Booth Nursing Home. Wagon, boy holding tongue. Sister in wagon. Walter has a wide brim straw hat, light shirt and dark knee length pants. Anna has a bonnet and stripped dress.

Image of D.II.047 -

D.II.047 -

Unidentified family, including two men, two women, two boys, two girls, a baby and a dog, standing outside a tent in an unknown location. Also in picture are a , baby buggy, kerosene lantern, oil stove, and wagon. The wagon has a wooden frame with canvas stretched over it and appears to have bedding inside.The man on the left is holding a rifle. All is situated in front of a split rail fence with trees behind.

Image of D.II.121 -

D.II.121 -

Two young ladies (older one probably Alice Briskey, see D.I.120) and a boy lounging on the grass across the street from brick city buildings. Note wagon with large drum across street. Brick building is old city hall at 1107 5th Street, between O Avenue and N Avenue, present day telephone building. Also shows house directly across street from the people.

Image of D.III.071 - D.III.071  Firemen w/pumper

D.III.071 - D.III.071 Firemen w/pumper

Firemen in front of a horse drawn fire wagon carrying ladders and fire hats. Pictured, left to right: G. Webb, Alec Murray, Walter Ginnett, V. Propst, R. Grayham, Chief Conway. Standing above the row is Russ Smith, and seated in the wagon are Bert Thompson and ? Titus. 8-31-1950 American article lists (no order given) Alec Murray, Walter Ginnett, Ray Graham, Tony Miller, Tom Conway, Russ Smith and Bert Thompson.

Image of D.IV.036 -

D.IV.036 -

Wilson (Bur) Rogers holding reigns of a small horse hitched up to a wagon. On wagon is another child. On wagon bed is a sign "Special Demonstration NEOLIN SOLES, WINGFOOT HEELS, TODAY". Shoemaker in town in this year was Ed Rogers; perhaps this is a relation of his.

Image of D.XX.003.011.001 - DOROTHY beached at Seldovia, AK

D.XX.003.011.001 - DOROTHY beached at Seldovia, AK

View from the stern of the DOROTHY beached in Seldovia, Alaska. Two men on beach looking at her. Also see D.XX.003.002 Seldovia is on the Kenai Peninsula on the south shore of Kachemak Bay opposite Homer.

Image of WF 0261.015 - Van Buren Building

WF 0261.015 - Van Buren Building

NW corner of Commercial and 9th. This view shows the Van Buren Building which was constructed in 1928 and opened in January 1929 with Peterson's Mercantile and Van Buren and Heller occupying the two storefronts. In 1938 Van Buren and Heller Hardware (818 Commercial) occupied the entire building. Note their store name under the "Fuller Paint" sign. Also note the man in the street pulling a wagon.

Image of WF 0358 - Fire Engines

WF 0358 - Fire Engines

The Anacortes Fire Hall and City Hall building was built in 1891 located at 1107 5th Street, on south side of 5th Street between O Avenue and N Avenue which also housed the jail and Anacortes City Hall. This view shows the Fire Department out in force in front of the patriotically decorated building for the 4th of July.

Image of 2005.006.015 - Anacortes Junk Co wagon

2005.006.015 - Anacortes Junk Co wagon

Claudia Lowman, Billie Demopoulos McKee, and Margaret Bell Lowman standing by restored Anacortes Junk Co horse-drawn wagon, originally owned by Mike Demopoulos. Wayne Buckner at the reins with unidentified passenger.

Image of WF 1394.013 - Kiddies' Parade - girl with wagon of vegetables

WF 1394.013 - Kiddies' Parade - girl with wagon of vegetables

The "Juvenile" or Children's Parade of the Marineers' Pageant was usually held on Friday, separate from the big community parade held on Saturday. By 1949 the name changed to Kiddies' Parade. It had special categories of events: best decorated bicycle, best decorated doll buggy, etc. This image is of a girl dressed as a farmer in a straw hat; she is pulling a wagon decorated with a load of vegetables.

Image of WF 3519 - milk wagon

WF 3519 - milk wagon

This image of a horse-drawn milk wagon was copied by Ferd Brady for H. H. Black.

Image of 2010.009.026.001-.002 - Howard Elvebak @ Lake Campbell

2010.009.026.001-.002 - Howard Elvebak @ Lake Campbell

Howard Elvebak at Lake Campbell. He appears to be about 1-2 years old. Sitting in a wooden toy wagon with his dog, Tippie. Side of the wagon says: "Buster Brown Health Shoes" (2010.009.026.001) wooden frame 2010.009.026.002

Image of WF 5870 - Marineers' Pageant Children's Parade - 1939

WF 5870 - Marineers' Pageant Children's Parade - 1939

The Marineers' Pageant was an annual Anacortes summer even which was held each July from 1937-1941, 1947-1949, and 1957.The huge undertaking, mounted by the city's business community, resulted in thousands of visitors, and their dollars, coming to Anacortes. Events during those years included Indian canoe races, a Mass Wedding at Causland Park in 1938, a "Cat-putter-outer Contest", pageant royalty, water events off the Marine Stadium (amphitheater) located on Cap Sante, and, of course, the parades. One parade was for children, and the other was for floats, marching bands, and other units. The wagon has vegetables and a sign saying, "Dad Luvera fresh vegetables." The wagon was pulled by Ru

Image of WF 5878 - Marineers' Pageant Children's Parade

WF 5878 - Marineers' Pageant Children's Parade

The Marineers' Pageant was an annual Anacortes summer even which was held each July from 1937-1941, 1947-1949, and 1957.The huge undertaking, mounted by the city's business community, resulted in thousands of visitors, and their dollars, coming to Anacortes. Events during those years included Indian canoe races, a Mass Wedding at Causland Park in 1938, a "Cat-putter-outer Contest", pageant royalty, water events off the Marine Stadium (amphitheater) located on Cap Sante, and, of course, the parades. One parade was for children, and the other was for floats, marching bands, and other units. An unknown boy is marching in the Children's Parade dressed as a clown. He is pulling a wagon disgui

Image of 2012.016.001 - On Campbell Lake

2012.016.001 - On Campbell Lake

Family of 6 sitting on flat wagon with hay pulled by 2 horses. The wagon is sitting in the water of Lake Campbell near the shore.

Image of D.XX.003.011.002 - DOROTHY beached in Seldovia, Alaska

D.XX.003.011.002 - DOROTHY beached in Seldovia, Alaska

View from the bow of the DOROTHY beached in Seldovia, Alaska. Two men on beach looking at her. Also see D.XX.003.002 Seldovia is on the Kenai Peninsula on the south shore of Kachemak Bay opposite Homer.

Image of 2012.055 - Family, horse and buggy in front of a farm; hay stack and barn

2012.055 - Family, horse and buggy in front of a farm; hay stack and barn

Family, horse and buggy in front of a farm; hay stack and barn are in the background. 4 men, one boy sitting atop a split rail fence and one lady. (one man and the lady are sitting in a wagon/buggy). All in photo are wearing hats except the boy. Even though this is probably not Anacortes, it is possible that it is is in the Flats and is a good photograph of an early family, farm and hay.

Image of 2012.106.017 - Frederick "Freddie" Miller, Jr. 1915 @ age 4

2012.106.017 - Frederick "Freddie" Miller, Jr. 1915 @ age 4

Frederick "Freddie" Miller, Jr. 1915 at age 4 sitting in his little wagon on the sidewalk. Freddie was born in 1911 and died in November 1915 in Coupeville. Freddie was being cared for while his mother was working as a teacher in Coupeville. Freddie took his wagon and rolled downhill right under the feet of a large horse being shod and was stomped to death.

Image of 2012.106.018 - Frederick "Freddie" Miller, Jr. & friend, 1915

2012.106.018 - Frederick "Freddie" Miller, Jr. & friend, 1915

Frederick "Freddie" Miller, Jr. 1915 at age 4 sitting in his little wagon on the sidewalk with a neighbor friend and another wagon. Freddie was born in 1911 and died in November 1915 in Coupeville. Freddie was being cared for while his mother was working as a teacher in Coupeville. Freddie took his wagon and rolled downhill right under the feet of a large horse being shod and was stomped to death.