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Six men and a boy in a room with several deer/elk heads and other stuffed animals and birds on the walls and on high shelves
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 7
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 3
Men next to grain sacks labelled "Peach Blossum"
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 2
Large crowd of men, women, and children surround a man sitting on a chair in the center, possibly an evangelist
Mt. Baker Lodge with Mt. Shuksan looming in the background and a lake in the foreground reflecting the Lodge
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 13
Unidentified young man wearing a suit, vest, and bow tie, stands beside a camera on a tripod.
Pacific American Fisheries cannery on Bellingham Bay
Pacific American Fisheries cannery on Bellingham Bay
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 8
Unidentified man standing beside an old-fashioned bus with no passengers that is parked next to the Federal Building in downtown Bellingham.
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 5
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 17
Holly & Elk Streets and Harris Avenue
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 1
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 12
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 16
Unidentified man standing beside an old-fashioned bus with no passengers that is parked next to the Federal Building in downtown Bellingham.

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