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Advertisement  for "The Real Airship" (dirigible) at the White City Amusement Park run by the Silver Beach Amusement Co. in Bellingham, WA, on Lake Whatcom
Four young men pose in track and field uniform of Fairhaven High School
The first Bellingham Hotel - derelict hotel  in early settlement
First Baptist Church, Bellingham, Washington
Cannery steamer ships docked at Bellingham' south terminal
Aerial view of Western Washington University with track at center, and Sehome Arboretum
Frank Geri, Dick Green and unidentified woman
A grouping of photographs, notes, and large oil painting of Mount Shuksan hang on wall
Low aerial view of the breakwater extended from downtown Bellingham site
Cannery tender "Callendar" docked next to cannery
Studio portrait of C.S. Cady, older man in suit and tie
Very faded photograph shows street with railroad tracks extending east past buidings towards "14th Street School" at corner of 14th and Taylor streets
Exterior of National Bank in Bellingham - large brick building at street corner with turret-like corner and clock tower
Young woman in Fairhaven High School sports uniform
Aerial view of original United Airlines terminal, designed by F. Stanley Piper, at Bellingham Airport.
Aerial view of Puget Sound Pulp and Timber with downtown Bellingham, WA, in the background
Exterior of grand, four-story Sehome School building
First run of the Bellingham ferry, Victoria. View from deck of ship of large crowd gathered on Quackenbush Warehouse dock, with city of Bellingham, WA, in background
Local authors - Five seated women and four men standing behind them, dressed for special occasion, holding published works
Executives of Bloedel-Donovan Lumber Mill: J.H. Bloedel, Peter Larson, J.J. Donovan (copies from book)
View from across street of front of Church of the Assumption, white with tall central spire and smaller spires in either side
Fairhaven High - Seven teenage boys in sweaters and jackets, and one teacher pose on sidewalk
A man in a lab coat inspects slabs of frozen crab meat in a cannery
Victorian house on steep residential block
Pacific American Fisheries shipbuilding - view from water of ships under construction
View across Bellingham Bay from hillside above Bellingham Bay Lumber Company
Typing class at Fairhaven High School
"Whatcom" - football game
Several people pose on deck of small vessel "American"
Long procession of marching sailors seen from upper story of building, looking south along State street, with ships anchored in Bellingham Bay in distance
Studio portrait of E.B. Deming
Oval studio portrait photograph of boy in suit
"Runaway Logs Dance on Waves" (copy of newspaper article)
Nearly entirely submerged boat at Pacific American Fisheries dock
Mr. Howell of Fairhaven High School seated at desk
Exterior of Larrabee family house under construction, Bellingham, Washington
Downtown Bellingham at the corner of Cornwall Avenue and Magnolia Street showing Ekho Drugstore with multiple billboards
The "Windber" cannery vessel in Bellingham Bay
The launching of an unidentified ship perhaps from the Pacific American Fisheries (PAF) Shipyard at Commercial Point
Federal building in Bellingham, WA under construction.
T.G. Richards and Company Store, 1308 E Street, Bellingham, WA
Knute Evertz and two other men pose next to a 'portable' steam radiator made from cast metal
Georgia Pacific lumber mill site with Great Northern Railroad line in foreground
A US Army boat undergoes trials in Bellingham Bay
Bellingham Plywood Corporation
View from across street of large, stately home of Barlett T. Helen Drake at 115 South Forest Street, Bellingham, WA, nearing constructing completion (home later occupied by Dr. Edward Stimpson and family)
Copy of Bellingham Herald article on "Beck's Grand Opera House" from January 25, 1904.
Elderly couple stands in garden with flagpole in background
Throng of men crowd around store front of The Globe Clothing Co. with "Forced to Vacate" advertisement
Pacific American Fisheries' steamship "Oakwood" docked in south Bellingham with South Hill neighborhood in background

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