University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence and related papers (1912-1924) concerning the establishment of Moran State Park on Orcas Island, Wash., on a tract of land donated by Moran; together with correspondence and ephemera (1888-1889) from his term as mayor of Seattle
Museum of History & Industry,-- Sophie Frye Bass Library
Records comprise minutes, financial records, programs, photographs, scrapbooks, yearbooks and other publications, and some limited correspondence. The records offer a unique insight into the development of Seattle's classical music scene. They also provide information on turn of the century Seattle and include a variety of playbills from Seattle theaters and concert houses. Persons represented include concert managers Rose Gottstein and Adeline Carlson. The scope of the LMC records is quite comprehensive up to the late 1940s. Records from the 1950s and 1960s do not include detailed minutes or financial records, but some of this information can be obtained from the yearbooks and scrapbooks. Records after the 1980s are more complete. As much as possible, the original organization of the material by the club's archivist has been preserved. Each of the eleven series that comprise the LMC records has its own descriptive note
Museum of History & Industry,-- Sophie Frye Bass Library
Scrapbooks, correspondence, and other materials documenting the work of the Moran Brothers Company, a Seattle shipbuilder -- This small collection contains various materials relating to the work of the Moran Brothers Company. Many items document the company's construction of Yukon River steamers, including correspondence with Standard Oil and the transcription of a logbook from the journey to deliver the vessels to Alaska. The collection also includes a scrapbook of clippings related to the USS Nebraska
Seattle Municipal Archives
Copies of historical documents from the National Archives and other sources concerning the establishment and history of Fort Lawton. Also included is a written reminiscence by a former German POW (Wilhelm Muller?) who was incarcerated at Fort Lawton during World War II, together with copies of photographs taken during his incarceration
Seattle Municipal Archives
Contains materials reflecting committee work and communication with constituents. Topics include child care; civil rights; the environment; finance; arts and culture; health and human services; housing; labor; neighborhoods; public safety; electric utilities; urban land use; monorails; park planning; political ethics; transportation; and zoning in Seattle, Wash. Organizations represented include the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority and the Seattle Monorail Project. Some files written by Michael Fong and Josh Belzman
University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, speeches, writings, and other papers, relating to Humphrey's activities as member of U.S. House of Representatives (1903-1917) and Federal Trade Commission (1925-1934). Persons represented include Frances W. Cushman, Clarence C. Dill, Addison G. Foster, Albert Johnson, Hiram Johnson, Gifford Pinchot, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Theodore Roosevelt
Seattle Municipal Archives
Correspondence to the city attorney and corporation counsel requesting legal opinions and advice, information requests, and responses to department requests for information regarding claims against city departments. Includes correspondence to George Donworth, W.T. Scott, J.K. Brown, W.E. Humphrey, Mitchell Gilliam, and Scott Calhoun
Seattle Municipal Archives
Project and subject files of the director and deputy director of the branch of City Light responsible for operating and maintaining electrical distribution and transmission facilities -- Projects represented include Cedar Falls fiber optic installation and new street lighting for University Way. Also includes records of Joint Labor/Management Committee meetings
Seattle Municipal Archives
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and reference materials relating to Benson and topics of particular interest to him. Major subjects include parks and recreation, traffic and transportation, and the Westlake Mall project, the Downtown Seattle Transit Project, the University District Transportation Program, the Waterfront Streetcar, gun control, land use, and solid waste disposal
Seattle Municipal Archives
Bids to supply rock crushers and screens to the city

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