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Photograph album showing Pacific Coast Company mining, steamship and rail operations in Washington, California, Oregon and Alaska. Includes images of piers, coal bunkers, coal and passenger rail depots, warehouses and other buildings...

Record books of a Seattle shipbuilding company

Collection of original historical materials relating to Oregon and Pacific northwest history, including business records, school records, scrapbooks, catalogs, and ephemera.

T.C. Power was a Montana merchandise, transportation, mining, ranching, banking, and real estate magnate; and U.S. Senator from Montana from 1890 to 1895. Collection (1868-1950) includes personal, business, and political...

Scrapbooks, correspondence, and other materials documenting the work of the Moran Brothers Company, a Seattle shipbuilder.

Photographs and clippings from a Seattle shipbuilding company, primarily concerning the construction, repair and adaptation of ships for use by the government in World War II.

This collection contains portions of Carleton E. Watkins’s New Boudoir Series, circa 1882. Includes views of Seattle, Port Blakely, Port Gamble, Port Ludlow Mill, Port Madison, and Victoria

The collection consists of an album of photographs by Anders Beer Wilse taken in August 1899 of the 3rd U.S. Cavalry preparing to embark for the Philippines during the Philippine American War, including images of transport ships,...
The collection consists largely of photographs of sailing ships, tugboats and steamships related to Ross's career as Chief Engineer on various vessels.

Photographs, clippings, and other materials documenting the work of the Moran Brothers Company, a Seattle shipbuilder, between 1893 and 1906.

Photographs and publications related to the Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Company in Seattle.

Photographs of various projects undertaken by the Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Company, including shipbuilding, bridges, dams, and buildings, plus scrapbooks of clippings, and blueprints

Photographs of Native Americans (almost all Makah people), ships, and logging taken by or collected by James G. McCurdy

Photographs, both loose and in albums, as well as newspaper articles and correspondence relating to David Rodgers and his career as manager of Skinner and Eddy Corporation shipyard in Seattle, Washington

Photographs of ships built by the Blanchard Boat Company in Seattle, including work boats, sailboats, rowboats and motor yachts, as well as boat plans, brochures and clippings

Photographs, papers, and magazines pertaining to the Tregoning Boat Company

Photographs and publications of the Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Company and its successor, the Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Company, documenting shipbuilding and construction projects in the Pacific Northwest, including...

Planning records for Seattle's annual Christmas ship which began sailing in 1949.

Scrapbooks of materials about marine casualties and maritime history in the Pacific Northwest from the 16th century to the 1960s.

Scrapbook dealing with the history and crew members of the "Viking" with its officers and crew that sailed from Norway across the Atlantic to the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893.

Photograph album containing pictures related to the Admiral Line and its various destinations

Materials relating to Dr. Randolph Pillow’s involvement in hydroplane racing in Seattle, plus postcards of Washington State

Photographs of Tacoma, Washington, surrounding Puget Sound areas and portraits of Yakima Indians

Photographs of the Cableship Dellwood engaged in cable repair and cable laying activities during one of its early cable laying runs
Businessman involved in ferry and steamboat traffic on the Columbia River, lake transportation at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, railroad development in the Inland Empire, and banking in Spokane, Wash.; government purchasing agent at Fort...

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