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Cannery Tender Minnehaha
Pacific American Fisheries complex, about 1920.
View of bow of Pacific American Fisheries' passenger freight ship "Catherine D."  with banners waving
Six fishing boats with Pacific American Fisheries insignia in a line in dry dock
Boning and splitting machine used in fish canning
Before filling Commercial Point
Studio portrait of  H. Humphrey, Bellingham,WA
Chip Groom, G.A. McIntosh, Frazer Jenkins and unidentified man in from of G.A. McIntosh general store
Three men stand in front of gasoline pumps outside service station
Six men, including Charles F. Larrabee, seated around a table
Aerial view of industrial waterfront, Bellingham, WA, showing landfill area used as lumber storage, several warehouses, and boat moorage
Bucher Lewis and Chuck Olson
Aerial view of entire Bellingham, WA, waterfront showing marina, warehouses, and surrounding neighborhoods
New Whatcom High School teaching staff, November 1900
Peter Denis
Sehome coal bunkers
Both sides of the scrip issued by Charles Cissna in 1893 to be used exclusively at The Fair, his department store, New Whatcom, WA
Aerial view looking east from Belingham Bay at Fairhaven, south Bellingham, with log booms at a lumber mill, and Pacific American Fisheries facilities at lower right
Construction site of YWCA building designed by Carl Gould, located at corner of Maple and Forest streets, Bellingham, WA
Studio portrait of seated Jim Wardner
Several men with pairs of horses and mules, some attached to  buckboards or carriages waiting by the railroad tracks for train passengers to arrive and disembark at Port of Bellingham Livery Transport Co.
Citizen's Dock under construction, Bellingham Bay, WA, with Roeder Avenue and elevated railroad tracks in foreground
View across Bellingham Bay to lumber mill located on the fill that extended Laurel Street, Bellingham, WA, with a four-masted ship at dock
Fairhaven & Whatcom streetcar number 74 with two conductors and two passengers
View from 12th street, Fairhaven, Bellingham, WA, towards Bellingham Bay and Pacific American Fisheries facilities where a ship is docked
Davenport Engberg Symphony Orchestra
Part of sailing vessel near dock in Bellingham Bay, with log boom behind and cut lumber on dock in foreground
State of Washington stern-wheeler steam ferry with six men standing on board
Shipbuilding drydock scene with several boats under construction
Bellingham Theater Guild Play - Sweet Charity
Bellingham Tulip Festival, 1928
Construction of the Interurban track as it crosses from below the Edgemore neighborhood  to Dead Man's Point, south and west of Fairhaven.
Studio portrait of Pat Jessup
Bloedel Donovan Fuel Depot at the advent of the auto trucking age
August Helgren
Crystal Falls on Whatcom Creek.
Several men peaveying logs into containment pond on shore of Bellingham Bay, with another man on beach with logs
The upper falls of Whatcom Creek
A man holding his hat stands between two women while they share a laugh, standing on a forest lane
Studio portrait of C.T. Lathrop
A group of children splash in a wading pool at Fairhaven Park, Bellingham, WA.
Bellingham Marine Boatbuilding Company
Aerial view of industrial waterfront, log ponds,  and boat marina, on shore of Bellingham, WA
Car 67 of the Fairhaven and Whatcom trolly line sits on the rails, connected to overhead power line
View from scrub-covered bluff of saltmarsh with a barn on the rise beyond, and a hill covered in houses in the distance
Postcard aerial view of Bellingham Cold Storage on Bellingham, WA, waterfront
Four-story sandstone "Lighthouse Building" in downtown Bellingham, WA, with multi-faceted clocktower and street-level businesses
Several dozen workmen stand in front of Loggie's Mill warehouse, with separate photograph attached above
Lumber mill with log boom on water in foreground, town on hill in background, with separate photograph attached above
"State of Washington," a 175 foot stern-wheeler steamboat

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