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Botany teacher at Whitworth College and honorary curator at Eastern Washington Historical Society, of Spokane, Wash. Essay (12 p.) entitled Man, a Microcosm, which may have been written as a college term paper; and hand-bound vols. of...
2014-04-23
The Remembering Whatcom Creek Collection contain photographs, poetry, newspaper clippings, artwork, and speeches which document the June 10, 1999 pipeline explosion and the meaning of Whatcom Creek to the Bellingham Community. The...

The Lake Whatcom Improvement Committee Records are comprised of the records of B.J. Gilshannon, the executive committee's chairman, and pertain primarily to water quality and sewer issues around Lake Whatcom, Washington State from the...

Records from Greg Nickels's two terms as Seattle mayor.

This collection contains papers, which represent Meyer Chessin’s education at the University of California and career as a Plant Physiologist at The University of Montana; these paper include correspondence, publications, research...

Rollin H. McKay was a Missoula, Montana, photographer during the first half of the twentieth century. His extensive collection of images documents western Montana at this time, especially Missoula, the University of Montana, and...

This collection contains two expert reports discussing the history of metal mining and processing in the Upper Clark Fork watershed (Montana) written by David M. Emmons, Ph.D., and submitted as evidence in lawsuits against the Atlantic...

Materials related to the observation of the weather and the collection of meteorological data for Walla Walla, Washington.

The Wallie V. Funk photographs and papers contain photographs, negatives, newspaper articles, proof sheets, mock-ups, and textual materials documenting the personal and professional life of Pacific Northwest resident, journalist, and...

The KVOS Channel 12 Film records comprise reel-to-reel films of KVOS television programs filmed and broadcast between 1961 and 1967. The collection includes copies of the Webster Reports (a monthly program focusing on human interest...

This collection consists of the professional papers of environmental activist Stewart M. Brandborg. Brandborg served as Executive Director of The Wilderness Society from 1964-1977 and his papers include correspondence, research files...

Morton J. Elrod was an early Montana botanist, naturalist, University of Montana professor, and photographer. The collection consists of materials produced and collected by Elrod from his college and early teaching years through the...

This collection contains research materials used and compiled by Intaglio, Inc. during the research and writing of the U.S. Forest Service publication The National Forests of the Northern Region: Living Legacy.

Newsletters, minutes of meetings, financial reports, correspondence, photographs and other papers of a society concerned with conservation and management of grazing land.

Photos documenting Seattle's Metro Sewage Disposal Project, 1963-1974, provided by the environmental engineering firm of Brown and Caldwell.

Photographs of the spring ice breakup in the Nome, Alaska, harbor, 1921
2014-04-23
Pharmacist and conservationist, of Colfax, Steptoe, and Oakesdale, Wash. Correspondence, historical summaries, clippings, and title transfer documents, relating to McCroskey's creation and development of Mary Minerva McCroskey Memorial...

Ship captain, of Nantucket, Mass.; who moved to Spokane, Wash., in 1887 with his daughter, Charlotte Pinkham Hamblen and her family. Diaries relating to family members, daily activities, wind velocity and direction, and the weather....

Oakesdale, WA area farmer. Diary records activities, weather, and news of Spanish American War, 1898-1899.

This collection contains research materials, permits and applications related to the building of Gail Owen’s solar home in Hamilton, Montana. The collection also contains materials related to the Concerned Citizens for a Quality...

Protecting Washington Wildness Records document the program "Protecting Washington Wildness," taught by Ted Whitesell and Oscar Soule from 2002 to 2004. A majority of the documents are preparatory documents for the book "Defending Wild Washington."

Chiefly documenting Larry LaRocco's two terms as one of Idaho's two members in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1991-1995.

The collection includes original and duplicate copies of cartoons, published and unpublished works, advertisements, and correspondence documenting the career of Bend, Oregon cartoonist W.R.(Bill) Friday.

The collection consists of 146 color photographs of the eruption of Mount St. Helens in Washington State on May 18, 1980. Most photographs are from a helicopter or airplane near the summit of the mountain.
1980-04-23
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