Museum of History and Industry3 boxes 2.44 cubic feetManuals, specifications and photographs related to machinery, particularly planers, designed and manufactured by Stetson-Ross Machine CompanyContact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry1 box 71 photographs and 1 scrapbookPhotographs of members of the Eckstein, Schwabacher and Gatzert families, and a scrapbook on civic leader Nathan Eckstein.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry.42 cubic feet, including 12 photographs 2 boxesGreat Northern Railway Company records, including photographs, from the avalanche disaster near Wellington, WashingtonContact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry356 photographs in 3 albums 2 boxesPhotographs of buildings, grounds, cadets and officers at the U.S. Naval Training Station on the University of Washington campus, 1917-1918Contact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry3 boxes 1.09 cubic feetPhotographs of Washington State landscapes, including mining at Esther Mine, the Cascade range and Lake Chelan. Also includes photographs of Denny family members and of historic Seattle collected by Lindsley.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry95 photographs 3 boxesPhotographs of William Jennings “Wee” Coyle. Also includes photographs of University of Washington athletics, events, and activities.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry4.76 cubic feet 5 boxesThe Women's City Club Records comprise minutes, financial records, photographs, programs, reports, correspondence, six scrapbooks and other documents relating to the Women's City Club of Seattle, Washington.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry2 boxes including 81 photographs 1.07 cubic feetPhotographs and other materials related to the Crescent Manufacturing Company in Seattle, known for producing the maple flavoring Mapleine and other extracts, as well as importing spices, coffee and nutsContact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry5 boxes 1.91 cubic feetPhotographs, albums, and ephemera related to the Colman and Pierce families of West Seattle, as well as oral histories and photocopies compiled while researching family historyContact InformationFinding Aid
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