Museum of History and Industry4 boxes 3 linear feetThe collection consists of ten leather-bound albums containing scenic photographs collected by the Burlington Northern Railroad Company. Locales include Rainier National Park, Mt. Baker, Lake Chelan, Wenatchee, Yakima, Spokane, North Idaho and the Alaska Panhandle. The albums also contain photographs related to the apple industry, tourism and the 1925 National Indian Congress in Spokane, Washington.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry150 photographs 1 boxOfficial Boeing Airplane Company photographs of the production of planes at the Boeing plant on the Duwamish River in Seattle, 1929.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry3 boxes .92 cubic feetDocuments and photograph albums from the Dollarts, a Baltic German immigrant family who were early Roslyn, Washington settlers and Seattle pioneersContact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry1 box (oversize) containing 3 scrapbooks; 3 oversize photosTwo albums document different stages in the construction of the Chicago-Milwaukee-St. Paul railroad. The third album includes vacation photos, news clippings, brochures and several programs of special interest to the family.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry1.65 cubic feet 3 boxes, includes 50 photographsThe Pacific Marine Supply Company Records comprise photographs, catalogs and brochures relating to the Pacific Net and Twine Company, later renamed Pacific Marine Supply Company. Also included in the collection are records relating to Pacific Marine Schwabacher Inc., catalogs for Schwabacher Hardware and a catalog for Seattle Marine and Fishing Supply.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry1 box .42 cubic feetPapers relating to the Florence Crittenton Home, a residential facility for young, unmarried, pregnant women, with an emphasis on the Florence Crittenton Home of Seattle. Includes handbooks, annual reports, three academic papers and one photograph of the first Seattle homeContact InformationFinding Aid
Museum of History and Industry1 box .21 cubic feetMaterials relating to the Hospitality Committee and the Seattle World’s Fair including scrapbook pages, clippings, personal calendars, photographs, booklets and correspondenceContact InformationFinding Aid
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