Western Washington University - Heritage Resources.5 linear feetFrank Teck's materials concern early European exploration and settlement in Whatcom County, as well as later Whatcom County history.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources6 linear ft.This collection documents the ongoing conservation interests and activities of the Whatcom Land Trust from around 1983 through 2000. Records include minute books, correspondence and other administrative records, as well as files pertaining to specific land preservation projects, outreach materials, publications, and photographs.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources3 linear ft.The Women of Fairhaven records document the activities and interests of this women's social and charitable organization based in Fairhaven in Whatcom County, Washington.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources23 linear feetThe collection includes files relating to James McFarlane Cuthill's career as cannery superintendent, land agent and attorney with the Alaska Packers Association and its successor, DMC Properties. Records reflect the history of salmon canning in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, and comprise legal documents, property surveys, correspondence, plans and photographs.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources1.5 linear ft.This collection includes one CD-R containing images of a cement plant located in Bellingham, Washington in the early- to mid-twentieth century. There is also one oversized, framed and mounted photograph of the plant, as well as a map of the premises and an informational brochure. Permanente Cement Company purchased the Bellingham facility from Olympic Portland Cement Company in 1956. Principal products of the plant were various types of portland cement used in the building industry.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources13.5 linear ft.The Young Women’s Christian Association of Bellingham, Washington, officially formed in May 1907. The organization’s mission is to provide housing and support for girls and women in crisis. The YWCA of Bellingham records span the dates 1906-1994 and are comprised of administrative, financial, and committee records, records related to YWCA programs and activities, photographs and scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources2 linear feetThe Kulshan Kiwanis Club records document organizational activities through membership rosters, correspondence, committee reports, financial records, meeting minutes, and publicity statements.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources0.6 linear feetThis is a collection of journals documenting the personal finances of Bellingham librarian and Whatcom Museum Director Dorothy H. Johnson. There are also copies of poems by local poet Ella Higginson.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources28 Linear Ft. The Wallie V. Funk photographs and papers contain photographs, negatives, newspaper articles, proof sheets, mock-ups, and textual materials documenting the personal and professional life of Pacific Northwest resident, journalist, and photographer, Wallie V. Funk. Funk co-owned and was managing editor of three independent newspapers: the Anacortes American, the Whidbey News-Times, and the South Whidbey Record, between 1950 and 1989. The bulk of the collection reflects Funk's professional career and civic involvement.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources.25 linear feetThe collection contains the papers of Nora B. Cummins and document her service on two committees during World War II. Cummins served on a sub-committee for the Whatcom County Advisory Committee and she was the chairman of the Consumer Interest Committee in Bellingham. Cummins is a former professor of Western Washington University.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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