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Lower Baker River dam construction 1924-10-10 Inside form work work
Page 08
WWU Board of Trustees Meeting Records 2014 December
Lower Baker River dam construction 1924-10-11 Aerial view of concrete form
Page 33
Lower Baker River dam construction 1924-09-17 Excavation at dam
Charles Taylor of Northwestern Shipyard
AS Board Minutes 1955-02-23
Lower Baker River dam construction 1925-01-23
Bellingham Tulip Festival, 1928
Page 11
Basketball (Men's) Plaque: NAIA Hall of Fame, Charles "Chuck" R. Randall, Jr, 1985
Lower Baker River dam construction 1925-01-19
Off-campus housing: 629 High Street (Back)
Helicopter used for access to Spirit Lake. The lake is visible behind the helicopter.
Football Trophy: Most Valuable Player (front), 1960/1965
Page 18
Three men in coats, standing in industrial yard, smile for camera
WWU Board minutes 1908 July
Page 25
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Lower Baker River dam construction 1924-08-29 Site preparation for staging area
Page 3
Mick Jagger
Page 31
Klipsun Yearbook
Page 40
Harry Truman Memorial placed at the approximate site of Harry's lodge by his sister four days before this photograph was taken.
WWU Board minutes 1900 January
Page 79
A man in overalls standing in a field among haystacks
Logjam at east end of Swift Reservoir, south of the mountain.
Worker pulls rope while brailing fish into scow
Page 20
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Dot Island, Chuckanut Bay
Page 12
Lower Baker River dam construction 1924-12-29
Right side of panorama triptych showing Bellingham, WA, from Sehome hill overlook
Page 30
Golf (Men's) Plaque: Pacific Northwest Athletic Conference Champions, 1994/1995
Two Mt. Baker Recreation Company motor coaches parked in front of Mt. Baker Ski Lodge
Unusual gas-bubble patterns at Castle Lake.
Lower Baker River dam construction 1925-05-25 Power House
Pacific American Fisheries, Inc.
Grant Senour Photographs Album B
View across water of bay or inlet with village on left, mountains in distance