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The Abraham H. Albertson scrapbook consists of a single scrapbook, as well as a separate box of architectural periodicals in which Albertson's buildings appear. The scrapbook contains clippings about Albertson, buildings, architecture, bidding, and the American Institute of Architects, as well as a chart of the Building Code Commission, and an evaluation from the Federal Housing Administration. The Northern Life building and St. Joseph's Catholic Church feature prominently in the scrapbook. The scrapbook also includes a box of periodicals, mostly architectural journals which feature buildings that Albertson designed. Titles include the American Architect, Architect and engineer, the Architect, Buildings and building management, Beauty in walls of architectural concrete, Building review, and L'artisan liturgique
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The Seattle Art Museum scrapbooks consist of seven red clamshell boxes filled with copies of newspaper articles relating to the Seattle Art Museum. Articles focus on topics such as current art exhibits, membership drives and special events. The clippings are primarily from Seattle based newspapers such as the Post Intelligencer, the Times and the Town Crier and range between the years of 1913 and 1948
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Correspondence, reports, contract records, 1968-74
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The Thomas L. Hankins papers document Hankins' research, teaching, and publishing activities during his thirty-six years as professor of history at the University of Washington The papers contain material relating to his publications as well as unpublished research. His research files provide insight Hankins' work on Jean Le Rond d'Alembert, Sir William Rowan Hamilton, and Enlightenment era science. Another major aspect of Hankins' career that is represented in the collection is his relationship with the History of Science Society. Hankins was an energetic promoter of history of science research both at the University of Washington and internationally and these papers document his views on graduate education in history, his course topics and teaching style, and his support of an interdisciplinary degree program for History of Science, Technology and Medicine at the University of Washington. The papers include correspondence with a wide array of historians, scientists, philosophers, ... Read More
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Business records, legal documents, speeches, questionnaires, lists, minutes, and political pamphlets relating mainly to the management of the Seattle Union Record and Washington State labor politics. Correspondents include the American Federation of Labor, the Federated Press, William Z. Foster, Saul Haas, James B. McNamara, Harvey O'Connor, Terence V. Powderly, W.M. Short, Anna Louise Strong, and the United Mine Workers
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Correspondence, speeches, writings, notes, campaign materials, taped interview (1975), newsletters, publications, clippings, ephemera, case files, and photographs relating to Farquharson's activities as a peace and civil liberties activist, and as a Washington State legislator
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Miller discusses the Seattle Jewish Community Center from 1978 to 1982, focusing on events leading to the Center's financial crisis and solutions to the crisis. Other topics discussed include the problems surrounding the demise of Camp Benbow
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The collection contains images documenting the historic Fox Theatre, built in 1929 and later renamed the Music Hall Theatre, in Seattle, Wash. The photographs, taken shortly before the building was demolished in 1992, were commissioned for the government publication Historic American Buildings Survey: Fox Theatre (Music Hall Theatre) (HABS No. WA-197), also included in this collection
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Album of 80 snapshots taken of bicycle paths and bicycling along Lake Washington and Magnolia Bluff; other scenes in Seattle (Richmond Beach); Tacoma (Point Defiance Park); Lake Chelan; Olympia; American Lake and Hood Canal. Trips to these locations appear to have been made by bicycle or with bicycles brought on the trip. Also includes photographs of people with cameras. All photographs dated circa 1899-1900