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Call Number: WA MSS S-4396
Overview: Correspondence, photographs, personal papers, printed material, and other papers by or relating to Cornelius Boyle, circa 1866-1878. Included are 15 letters from Cornelius Boyle to wife Fannie Greene Boyle, relatives, and business associates concerning his travels and efforts in Mexico; 9 letters between Boyle and collaborators in the promotion and colonization of Barronville in Jalisco; a manuscript plat map of Barronville; a topographical sketch of a nearby hacienda called San Lorenzo; and...
Call Number: WA MSS S-3455
Overview: 165 letters, two journals, and other ephemera, papers, and two tintypes by or relating to Isaac Dewey Harmon, 1831-1861. Letters concern Harmon's business and family affairs primarily in Chicago, Naperville, and Peru, Illinois. Among Harmon's correspondents are brother Charles Loomis Harmon, father E. D. Harmon, mother Welthyan Loomis Harmon, sister Harriet Harmon, sister Welthyan Loomis Harmon (later Welthyan Loomis Harmon Burley), and business partner Churchill Coffing. Journals...
Call Number: WA Photos 718
Overview: 60 identification photographs of 59 individuals arrested in connection with the Everett Massacre, an armed confrontation in Everett, Washington, between local authorities and members of the Industrial Workers of the World union (also referred to as "Wobblies") who had come from Seattle in support of striking shingle workers, on 1916 November 5. Identifications are stamped on the versos and completed in manuscript.
Call Number: WA MSS S-4453
Overview: Correspondence, papers, and photographs by or relating to William Wallace Irwin, 1899-1959. Documented--primarily through letters addressed to Ellen Dripps Irwin--are William Irwin’s brief time as an assayer in Sultan, Washington; subsequent efforts operating a cattle ranch (identified as JM Ranch) near Bear, Idaho, with F. A. Moore; ownership of a drugstore in Weiser, Idaho; work as a cost engineer in Grace, Idaho; and life in France. Photographs are primarily of Idaho.Included is...
Dates: 1899-1959, bulk 1902-1918
Call Number: WA MSS S-4426
Overview: Circa 115 photographs relating to Joseph W. Lee, Nancy L. Kim Lee, and Karl T. Kim, circa 1908-1949. Images are chiefly group and individual portraits of Joseph Lee, Nancy Lee, Karl Kim, and other Korean and Korean-American men, women, and children (including Korean independence activist Ahn Changho and Mary Stewart, a supporter of Upland's Korean community) in California. Multiple photographs document Joseph Lee, Nancy Lee, and Karl Kim’s involvement with the Young Korean Academy Congress and...
Dates: circa 1908-1949
Call Number: WA Photos 1276
Overview: 5 photograph albums compiled by Harry Hideo Matsukane and 1 photograph album compiled by Bernice Kazuko Nagai Matsukane of their lives in California, circa 1928-1939. Depicted are relatives, classmates, and other acquaintances (many of whom are identified). Photographs compiled by Harry Matsukane were primarily taken in Santa Ana, California, and are chiefly of athletic events, parades, and family automobiles. An album from 1936-1937 documents his travels in Japan to Nakatsugawa, Yawatahama,...
Dates: circa 1928-1939
Call Number: WA Photos 865
Overview: 171 carte-de-visite photographs; 53 cabinet photographs; 61 tintypes, including 1 cased double portrait; 1 cased ambrotype; 20 stereographs; 10 mounted prints; 4 photographic postcards; 5 photographs; and printed material by or relating to photographer Peter Britt, circa 1850s-circa 2000. Collected by Carl Mautz. Photographs are chiefly studio portraits of men, women, and children, including Peter Britt, Amalia Grobb Britt, Amalia Britt, and Emil Britt. Stereographs in the collection depict...
Dates: circa 1850s-circa 2000, bulk circa 1850s-circa 1880s