Wood, Warren.University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library1 linear feet (4 boxes)The photo album contains photographs (taken 1915-1930?) of Wood's activities with Ezra Meeker, G.N. Talcott of Olympia, W.P. Bonney of the Washington State Historical Society, and others in locating various famous historical sites in Washington and Oregon. It contains photographs of Seattle (including Alki Point, Totem Pole Place, downtown, Volunteer Park, Woodland Park, and a convicts ship exhibition); Tacoma (including the first cabin on the town site, Point Defiance Park, Tacoma Hotel, Wright Park, and the Ferry Museum); Olympia (including the end of the Oregon Trail marker and Priest Point Park); Fort Nisqually (including original buildings, Ezra Meeker, C.B. Bagley and other pioneers); various Indian missions in the state; and more. The diaries are one to each year (1870-1932) and of a 3 x 5" size. The entries are short and succinct with no elaborate narrative descriptions or commentary of those times and places.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Shelmidine, Lyle S.University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library3 linear feet (2 boxes)This collection contains correspondence, course exams, bibliographies, syllabi, and lecture notes. The collection is partially processed.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library.25 linear feet (1 album)The scrapbook contains photographs mostly of logging operations in the Puget Sound area of Washington state, including Hoquiam, Moclips River, and the Tacoma waterfront.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Williston, Frank Goodman, b. 1899.University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library6.5 linear feet (6 boxes and 12 maps)Five boxes plus maps of China, Japan and Korea. Four boxes contain single issues of magazines, guide books, booklets, and pamphlets on China, Japan, Manchuria, Malaya, Burma, Korea, and the Southeast Asia region. The materials are mainly on the political, historical and economic conditions. There is also one framed (5 x 7") portrait of an unidentified Chinese plus an assortment of pictorial postcards and photo snapshots. The fifth box contains a collection of folded maps and there are twelve rolled maps of the region on the open shelf. Most of these maps and printed materials are from 1936 to 1945.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library.25 linear foot (1 manuscript)Transcription of the original letters of Rev. David Blaine and his wife written from New York, at sea, and from Washington State (Olympia, Seattle, etc.) after their journey to the Pacific Northwest. They deal in some detail with family matters and the events of daily life for a pastor and his family in the Puget Sound area of Washington. The letters were compiled by E.L. Blaine in 1932.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Bash, Albert Weimer.University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library5 linear feet (5 boxes)The collection contains ticket stubs, correspondence and notes of meetings held in China, photographs, maps, clippings, publications and papers.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Finney, John Montfort, 1944-University of Puget Sound - Collins Memorial Library2 linear feet (4 binders)The collection contains class schedules, class notes, assignments, syllabi, essays and an undergraduate thesis, and records.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
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