Western Washington University - Heritage Resources1.5 linear feetThe Nesset Farm Environmental Stewardship Project records document a 1999 student project led by professors at Huxley College at Western Washington University.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources21 linear feetThe collection consists of a variety of materials pertaining to social, economic, political, and historical issues in the Pacific Northwest, particularly northwestern Washington State and Whatcom County. The collection includes financial records, correspondence, ephemera, research notes, photographs, audio visual materials, and unpublished works.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources1 linear footThe Twentieth Century Club was a "town and gown" organization designed to bring together educators with business and professional people for discussion and socializing. The collection consists of a history of the club, programs, minutes, correspondence and receipt books kept during the club's existence.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources5 linear feetThe Washington State Climatological records date from around 1865 to 1989, and include reports and publications containing climate data from around the state.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources0.5 linear feetThe collection contains copies of two journals handwritten by members of the Family of Three Lights Commune in Marblemount, Washington.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources1.5 linear feetThis is a collection of scrapbooks created by Percival R. Jeffcott and Dorothy Koert. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings related to local and regional history in Whatcom County and throughout the state of Washington.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources1.0 linear footThe Bellingham Yacht Club was incorporated in 1935 but in existence since at least 1906. The records include articles of incorporation, newsletters, yearbooks and membership rosters, event announcements, and scrapbooks.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources.6 linear feetThis is a collection of discussion papers, mostly in German, relating to Indians of British Columbia and the United States. The collection was produced as the result of an exchange relationship between the Northwest Coast Anthropological Archives of the Völkerkundliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft in Germany and the Center for Pacific Northwest Studies.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources5 linear ft.This is a collection of photographs, negatives and proof-sheets from a weekly newspaper published out of Blaine, Washington.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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