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Image of 2006.085.012.003 - Yearbook

2006.085.012.003 - Yearbook

1934 Rhododendron with plywood cover, Anacortes High School

Image of 2010.034.001-.043 - Record, Sales

2010.034.001-.043 - Record, Sales

This collection of 44 folders was found by Gerald Osborn in the brick building at 1009 8th Street. When discovered, the contents of each folder were rolled up in separate rolls. The dates are between 1940 and 1943 and reflect the businesses of William and Dave Affleck. The Anacortes-Mt. Vernon stage line began about 1918 and was sold to the Affleck brothers in 1924 when the former owner died. The Affleck Brothers ran it until 1948 and included destinations such as Sedro Woolley, Oak Harbor, Seattle, Bellingham, and Olympia. During the time period of this collection they also ran Affleck Bros. General Hauling which supplied fuels such as wood, hogfuel, sawdust, and oil. The first 30 f

Image of 2013.077.136.A,B - Card, Business

2013.077.136.A,B - Card, Business

Paul N. Luvera retired in 1957 from the grocery store and took up wood carving, particularly of totem poles. His business card has a photo of a totem pole with his home in the background. It reads: Paul N. Luvera, Sr. Wood Carver 2102 9th street Anacortes, Washington 98221 Visitors Welcome

Image of 2013.077.380 - Article

2013.077.380 - Article

Paul Luvera, Sr., is shown with his carving of St. Francis di Assisi in this photo from the July 31, 1963, ANACORTES REPORTER.

Image of 2013.077.378 - Article

2013.077.378 - Article

On July 7, 1960, the ANACORTES AMERICAN ran two photos and caption of Paul Luvera, Sr., and his carving of a Polynesian sculpture for Mrs. P. W. Richards of Mt. Vernon.

Image of 2013.077.405 - Article

2013.077.405 - Article

This article from an unknown newspaper at an unknown date announced that Paul Luvera won first prize for his sculpture of Saint Francis di Assisi at the Bellingham Annual Blossomtime Art Exhibit. The sculpture was carved from Alaska cedar in natural color, highly waxed, and 32 inches high.

Image of 2015.035.002.A,B - Book, Receipt

2015.035.002.A,B - Book, Receipt

Two unused receipt books for Rumsey Wood Delivery probably date to the 1930s or 1940s. J. L. Rumsey was the owner of the business located at the corner of 11th Street and D Avenue which specialized in the sale of box wood which was used for heating homes.

Image of 2006.076.003 - Yearbook

2006.076.003 - Yearbook

1934 Rhododendron with plywood cover, Anacortes High School

Image of 2012.115.018.001-.007 - Receipt

2012.115.018.001-.007 - Receipt

Receipts for fire wood .001 - .006 from Puget Fisheries received by Howard Holton .001 - $6.75 for 4.5 ricks of wood, 10/5/1934 .002 - $5.00 for 2.5 ricks of wood, 10/6/1934 .003 - $7.50 for wood, 10/6/1934 .004 - $4.50 for 3 ricks of wood, 10/8/1934 .005 - $5.00 for 2 cords of 30" wood, 10/8/1934 .006 - $6.00 for 2 cords of wood, 10/9/1934 .007 - Received from Guy Lowman by Herb Woodfield $15.00 for wood, 10/27/1934

Image of 2015.030.005 - Nameplate

2015.030.005 - Nameplate

Wood nameplate inscribe "Mr. W. V. Wells." It also has painted trees, sun, and a Kiwanis symbol. On the reverse is inscribed "Kiwanis Club of Anacortes, 1932".

Image of 2001.008.001 - Ticket

2001.008.001 - Ticket

Plywood "ticket" to Anacortes Veneer for Open House Celebration on 2/29/1940. Given to donor by his father, Jack McMillen. Jack was born and raised on the San Juan Islands; moved to Anacortes to work in his late teens; eventually went to Seattle.

Image of 2012.064.001 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

2012.064.001 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

Wooden boatbuilding pattern piece for deck item: port hole form. Made by Markus Johanson for the Anacortes Foundry. The Foundry eventually gave the forms (2012.064.001 - .006) back to Markus Johanson who then gave them to Clee Richardson. Donated by Clee's wife, Bette.

Image of 2012.064.002 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

2012.064.002 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

Wooden boatbuilding pattern piece for deck item: Made by Markus Johanson for the Anacortes Foundry. The Foundry eventually gave the forms (2012.064.001 - .006) back to Markus Johanson who then gave them to Clee Richardson. Donated by Clee's wife, Bette.

Image of 2012.064.003 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

2012.064.003 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

Wooden boatbuilding pattern piece for deck item: "open chock" to put line through. Sits on top of the rail for docking. Made by Markus Johanson for the Anacortes Foundry. The Foundry eventually gave the forms (2012.064.001 - .006) back to Markus Johanson who then gave them to Clee Richardson. Donated by Clee's wife, Bette.

Image of 2012.064.004 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

2012.064.004 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

Wooden boatbuilding pattern piece for deck item: Made by Markus Johanson for the Anacortes Foundry. The Foundry eventually gave the forms (2012.064.001 - .006) back to Markus Johanson who then gave them to Clee Richardson. Donated by Clee's wife, Bette.

Image of 2012.064.005 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

2012.064.005 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

Wooden boatbuilding pattern piece for deck item: could be a casting for nut to hold "through hull" or a thru hull inlet or outlet on hull. Made by Markus Johanson for the Anacortes Foundry. The Foundry eventually gave the forms (2012.064.001 - .006) back to Markus Johanson who then gave them to Clee Richardson. Donated by Clee's wife, Bette.

Image of 2012.064.006 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

2012.064.006 - Boat Building Pattern Pieces

Wooden boatbuilding pattern piece for deck item: hause pipe on hull and holds anchor chair through it. Made by Markus Johanson for the Anacortes Foundry. The Foundry eventually gave the forms (2012.064.001 - .006) back to Markus Johanson who then gave them to Clee Richardson. Donated by Clee's wife, Bette.

Image of 2012.066.256 - Pipe, Water Supply

2012.066.256 - Pipe, Water Supply

The City of Anacortes Engineering Department gave an assortment of articles to the Museum on May 14, 2012. Wood water supply pipes were the original pipes in Anacortes. This section was given to the Museum when it was replaced by a more modern material. The wood is wrapped with .25" wire which is wrapped around the pipe.

Image of 2012.117.058 - Cord

2012.117.058 - Cord

The two wood beads on a leather cord is awarded for completion of Woodbadge training. A third bead would indicate the individual is a member of the staff for Woodbadge training, and a fourth bead represents the person in charge of Woodbadge training at the council level. Woodbadge is an international adult training program for Boy Scouts. All Woodbadge trainees become a part of the original Boy Scout Troop 1 in Gilwell, England. Gilwell was the home of Sir Baden Powell who started the international scouting movement. The training usually takes a year or more to complete. All awards and badges in accession number 2012.117 were awarded to Mr. Raymond Smith in the 1940s as a youth and later as

Image of 2012.117.124 - Token, Commemorative

2012.117.124 - Token, Commemorative

This round piece of wood has undecipherable writing on it and may be from some event relating to Boy Scouts. 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.