Western Washington University - Heritage Resources3 linear feetThe Cascade Wilderness Club formed in 1963 to promote and encourage the use of wilderness areas around Mount Baker and the North Cascades. The scrapbook contains membership lists, newsletters, newspaper clippings and photographs documenting club activities from 1963 to 1967.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources.25 linear ft.These rocords document the Portland, OR/Bellingham, WA band, Motherlode, which started in 1980 and performed their own brand of women's folk music throughout the Pacific Northwest for over two decades.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources1 linear ft.This collection includes the personal papers of M.W. (Merwin William) Seeger as well as a small selection of business records from Seeger's pattern works company in Bellingham, Washington.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources.5 linear feetThis collection comprises research materials about historic houses in the Sehome Hill neighborhood in Bellingham, Washington.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources600 linear feetThis is a collection of various local newspapers from around Washington State, the Pacific Northwest and Hawaii.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources1 linear footThe Grant Senour photographs contain a mix of family, military (Marines), hiking and mountaineering in the Cascade and Olympic ranges, and aerial images.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources3 Linear Feet. The Washington Science Teachers Association collection contains historical information on the origins and activities of this educational association in Washington State. The materials date from the year of the association’s formation in 1959 to the last journal publication in 2004. The bulk of the contents are administrative records and publications. There are also conference and club activities materials that document the interactions of the WSTA among different communities in Washington.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources110 linear feetThe Bellingham Chamber of Commerce records include clippings, committee files, and memorabilia from Chamber-sponsored events.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources3 linear feetThe collection documents the activities and concerns of the Bellingham Central Labor Council, a representative body for local unions in Whatcom County, founded in 1891. Records span the period 1924-1976, and include administrative and corporate records, correspondence, financial records, and reference material.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources1 linear ft.This collection of newspaper clippings, statistics, scholarly articles, and first hand account oral interviews pertain to women in the commercial fishing industry. They were collected by the then Western Washington University student, Carole Morris, as a senior thesis project in the History department. These materials range from 1902 to 1995.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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