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Two young men with older man pose in front of stone building
Studio portrait of family of four with mother seated in center
Industrial site on Bellingham waterfront
Mt. Baker from Skyline Ridge
Durgin's Market's meat counter with clerk behind counter
Primitive wooden structure on hillside
Pacific American Fisheries, Inc.
Naknek Photographs, Pacific American Fisheries, Inc.
Bellingham Plywood Corporation - Bellingham, Washington
Dyer Family Photograph Album
Gamwell family photograph album
Picture Section [Fairhaven]
Whatcom County Photographs
Students and teachers pose outside three-story Central School with prominent bell tower
Old Fraser River Gold Trail-1858
Birdseye view of village on coast with steep hillside in background.
Partially-constructed crude bridge sits on either side of small river with mouth of cave in background
No. 4 In from a Whistler hunt
Unidentified forest scene.
Group of conifer trees
Chuckanut Bay, WA, viewed from Clark's Point
Parade travels down Holly Street, downtown Bellingham, WA, with young women standing on float accompanied by young women carrying "Fairhaven" banner
A number of small sailboats on Bellingham Bay, WA
Formal studio portrait of Edward W. Stimpson
Eight sheetmetal workers pose at Pacific American Fisheries shipyards
Two finely dressed women with hats sit in back of a 1915 Ford touring car, parked next to Bellingham train station
Front of Power House
Vista of rooftops of early Bellingham, WA, from Sehome Hill
Pacific American Fisheries barge "Tebenkof" moored at Bellingham Bay's south terminal
Starboard view of large ship with tugboat in unidentified harbor
35mm film printer  with four spools, on display
Three young men play basketball in gymnasium
View from behind of a small family with a dog looking out over vista with sparse trees, Bellingham Bay, WA, and dirigible Akron seen faintly in sky
Railroad tracks run past Pacific American Fisheries' Bellingham Warehouse No. 7
Studio portrait of seated unidentified bearded man in suit
Several generations of women pose in parlor, with the eldest woman holding an infant
Exterior of hotel with wrap-around porch and balconies, with a numberof people posed on steps and deck
Men of Fairhaven Barbecue
Future site of Bellingham Marine Boatbuilding Company on Roeder, viewed from Eldridge Avenue
A post, pier, and cornice assembly under construction in warehouse
A trolley moves down the center of Holly Street, Bellingham, Washington, as crowds gather on sidewalks
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 14
Catherine D in Bellingham Bay
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 1
Tulip Fesival Parade in downtown Bellingham near the Bellingham National Bank
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 16
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 10
Whatcom waterway looking south
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 5
Unidentified young man wearing a suit, vest, and bow tie, stands beside a camera on a tripod.
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 9
Mt. Baker from Lummi Island
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 11
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 15
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 18
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 8
Men next to grain sacks labelled "Peach Blossum"
Gathering at the International Peace Arch
An unidentified large American Foursquare house with a symmetrical facade and multiple hipped roofs.
Gathering at the International Peace Arch
Unidentified lake (possibly Baker Lake) with snow-covered Mount Baker in the background
Bellingham's second City Hall designed by Leonard William Somerville Bindon
Petersburg (Alaska) marina with many small fishing boats tied to the dock
Unidentified steep hillside that ends at the water
Panoramic camera
American Legion Albert J. Hamilton Post No. 7
Aerial view of the United Airlines terminal at Bellingham Airport
Seven fishing boats in dry dock probably at Pacific American Fisheries in Fairhaven
Automobile Club of Western Washington
Fairhaven, Washington, Pacific Coast Terminus of the Great Northern Railway, Looking East
Part of a horse arena (possibly the Sumas Roundup) with spectators
A large group (ca. 85) men, women and children at a plumber's event
Five unidentified men working at a Bornstein Seafoods conveyor belt with fish and boxes on it
Myer and Teresa Bornstein
The Hamburger Express a diner-type restaurant that was located at 3300 Northwest Avenue from 1935 until 1947
An unidentified early two story house made of rough boards with mortar in between them.
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
Rockfish
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
Camping scene in mountains (probably North Cascades)
Fairhaven students (three images combined on one page)
C.E. Taylor, Katherine Wardner and others, Squalicum, New Whatcom, 1893
Jean D. Makela - 8011 Makah - Birch Bay Village
Portrait of President John F. Kennedy
Settlement (probably Sedro) with eight storefronts in a line, amidst stumps and dirt paths
Unidentified pool hall
Portrait of Dan Campbell and Pepper
Aerial view of the now former Georgia Pacific site at the south end of Cornwall Avenue in Bellingham.
Projected image on screen
View of early Fairhaven from the southwest, looking toward McKenzie Ave. with Harris Ave. and South Hill beyond
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
State of Washington Stern Wheeler Steamboat
Pacific American Fisheries buildings in Bellingham, with South Hill in background.
Row of unidentified clapboard cottages (might be company housing)
Magnified cross section of salmon skin.
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
Seattle procession of horse-drawn wagons with Smith Butchering Machines
Nick Vitaljic
Naknek ice damage
Harold N. Smith (?)
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
Unidentified coastal village with wooden structures and pier
Sumas Rail Road Station
Naknek ice damage
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
Fishing boats in dry dock at the Pacific American Fisheries (PAF) shipway at the west end of Harris Avenue at Deadman's Point in Fairhaven
But Look How Far We Have Come (J and 16th Street)
Naknek ice damage
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
Naknek ice damage
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
A Scene on the Boulevard in Fairhaven
Portrait, possibly of Hugh Eldridge
Gunnar Anderson seated at the organ at Mt. Baker Theater.
An unidentified man (probably Gunnar Anderson), seated at a piano
Two fishing boats side by side
Unidentified man
Group of men and women, including Aubrey and Thomas King
View of early Whatcom
Chuckanut Bay looking south toward Samish Island.
Unidentified men and women with logged tree stump
Utter Grist Mill