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Exterior of "T.G. Richards Building," (later known as the Washington Territorial Courthouse)
Soapy Smith Story - Dedman's Photo Shop, Skagway (Alask.)
John Bennett and his heather from Mt. Beaker
Soapy Smith Story - Dedman's Photo Shop, Skagway (Alask.)
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 9
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 3
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 2
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 8
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 13
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 4
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 8
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 1
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 17
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 6
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 10
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 14
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 20
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 2
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 8
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 21
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol. 39, Nov. 1869), page 19
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 16
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 7
"The Mediterranean of the Pacific" (Negative copy of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Studio portrait of Harriette Biery
Studio portrait of seated unidentified bearded man in suit
Mt. Baker marathon
Mt. Baker from Lummi Island
Catherine D in Bellingham Bay
Whatcom waterway looking south
Holly & Elk Streets and Harris Avenue
Men next to grain sacks labelled "Peach Blossum"
Milk delivery truck standing on roadway
Large, three-story house or club-house with large front stairs and porch sitting alone on large grounds.
View looking east up Harris Avenue at approximately 4th Street.
Train collision - Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul locomotive with T.E. 3 R.R., Great Northern 22403 locomotive
Four unidentified hikers (one appears to be a child) standing at the edge of a snowfield and tarn with Mt. Baker looming over them in the background.
Train collision - Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul locomotive with T.E. 3 R.R., Great Northern 22403 locomotive
Diehl and Simpson work crew
Train collision - Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul locomotive with T.E. 3 R.R., Great Northern 22403 locomotive
The fishing boat "Marsha Lynn" sitting in the water with two crew visible on top of the pilot house
Employee picnic of Bloedel Donovan Lumber
Two men standing beside gasoline-powered log saw.
Baseball player sliding into base with baseman stooping to make the tag
Alpine view of a man standing on a snow-covered landscape.
Interior view of grocery/dry goods store
St. Joseph's Hospital
Unidentified man and boy pose with seated woman
The Fairhaven High School baseball team
A purse seiner fishing boat moving in the water close to shore in Bellingham Bay
Train collision - Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul locomotive with T.E. 3 R.R., Great Northern 22403 locomotive
Laundry delivery truck (Sedro Woolley Steam Laundry)
Man seated in the stern of a boat that is towing a sailboat with two women on board.
Possibly Myer and Teresa Bornstein
Bright, sunlit image of forest with ferns
Two unidentified women  - cannery workers, possibly Bornstein Seafoods
Rural view from low hillside with roadway leading off into the distance.
Five unidentified women on fish canning line (possibly Bornstein Seafoods)
Industrial Iron Works buildings
A building fire at night in winter
Bellingham Steam Laundry truck
Train collision - Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul locomotive with T.E. 3 R.R., Great Northern 22403 locomotive
Unidentified man, likely Galen Biery, seated on a sofa
Unidentified man, probably Galen Biery, and woman
Unidentified young man wearing a suit, vest, and bow tie, stands beside a camera on a tripod.
A dark haired man wearing a white jacket with his name, Verne, stiched above the pocket
Train collision - Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul locomotive with T.E. 3 R.R., Great Northern 22403 locomotive
Lynden's first power plant before its disassembling
Unidentified woman with "Silverstitcher,'  (stitching machine for box construction), possibly Bornstein Seafoods worker
The fishing boat "Martle" in Bellingham Bay heading out from shore with Eldridge Avenue in the background
Bellingham fire house with horse-drawn firewagon outside
J. Wilbur Sandison
View from water of steamship docked at pier with Pacific American Fisheries warehouse, hill with residential neighborhood in distance
Female fishing processing worker (may be Bornstein Seafoods)
Front display window of "Brisbin's Millinery"
Interior view of household appliance store.
View of Bellingham, WA, waterfront and harbor area.
Lumber yard in Fairhaven, WA on Bellingham Bay with multiple buildings and assorted stacks of lumber
Milk delivery truck standing on roadway
Unidentified man
Starboard view of large ship with tugboat in unidentified harbor
An unidentified man standing in front of stacks of wooden crates, holding a harpoon-like instrument with an unidentified white mass speared on its end.
View of Baker Hotel in downtown Bellingham, WA.
Pike Block in Bellingham, Washington
Portside view of the steam tender "Rodoma" somewhere on Puget Sound.
Unidentified man, probably at magic lantern slide show
Four unidentified women standing in a group
Portrait (possibly a school picture) of young Myer Jay Bornstein
Pacific American Fisheries Cannery
Pile driver on scow with two-story building showing the Pacific American Fisheries insignia, on waters of Bellingham Bay with South Hill neighborhood in background
Large group of unidentified men, probably mill workers, sitting and standing on a wooden deck with the mill behind them
Map of Alaska, British Columbia, and north Puget Sound showing the location of the salmon canneries of Pacific American Fisheries
View of downtown and waterfront of Bellingham, WA
Two unidentified men in long aprons standing by a large machine (fish packing operation)
A purse seine fishing boat close to shore in Bellingham Bay with Eldridge Avenue houses in the background
Post Office, Bellingham - Front and side exterior of Federal Building in Bellingham
Fish processing workers (probably Bornstein Seafoods)
Negative image of gravestone of James Tilton Pickett engraved on the front as follows: "Born December 31 1857 - Died August 28 1889" and on the side: "Rest in Peace"
First Baptist Church
Small bird perches on wooden structure
The Baker Hotel, a multi-gabled, five-story wood-built hotel in Sehome (later Bellingham), WA
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
Robert I. Morse house
The screen on which one of Galen Biery's magic lantern slides is projected.
Lumber yard in Fairhaven, WA on Bellingham Bay with multiple buildings and assorted stacks of lumber
Train collision - Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul locomotive with T.E. 3 R.R., Great Northern 22403 locomotive
Man in uniform standing beside woman in rocking chair holding child on front porch of house
Five unidentified men working at a Bornstein Seafoods conveyor belt with fish and boxes on it
Three men standing in grassy airfield posing for photograph
Projected image on screen
W. Stahlberg residence
Mountaintop view of low clouds covering valleys in foreground with sharp peaks spanning the horizon
Grape arbor supported by six columns with a small dog standing under it and a large, unidentified building, possibly a church, behind it
Unidentified man
Unidentified man with dark, wavy hair, wearing a zippered jacket, smiling and looking directly at the camera
Unidentified man, probably Galen Biery, and woman
Train collision - Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul locomotive with T.E. 3 R.R., Great Northern 22403 locomotive
Unidentified men, women and children dressed in their good clothes standing in line outside of a photograph studio
Small fishing boat in the water close to shore in Bellingham harbor
Snow-covered Mt. Baker (Koma Kulshan) in the background with tree-covered hills in the foreground
A purse seiner boat with its net extended and seven or eight men on board, working with the net.
View of small, wooden structure with wood planks serving as a walkway across grass yard in front of building.
Front view of fruit store with man and woman wearing white aprons standing in front of store beside tables of fruit on display.
Negative copy of image in watercolor of cemetery scene showing gravestone of James (a.k.a. Jimmy) Tilton Picket, among tall trees
Panoramic aerial view of the Bellinham waterfront and downtown with snow-covered Mt. Baker and the Twin Sisters in the distance
Two men and two Boyscouts on board a ship
Starboard view of large ship with tugboat in unidentified harbor
Magic lantern show (probably Galen Biery)
Chuckanut Bay looking south toward Samish Island.
View looking toward Chuckanut Island in Chuckanut Bay
View from Sehome Hill of early Sehome, WA, with dirt track of Elk Street extending from lower right, Bellingham Bay on left
Two white fishing boats docked together - the "Anna A" and the "Ann - B"
Fishing boat "Calendar", sitting in still water (probably Bellingham Bay), with nets hung from the mast
Group of three women and a man, all unidentified
View of Chuckanut Island from Chuckanut Bay
Two photos of two-story schoolhouse with approximately sixty students and two teachers.
Unidentified man, probably Galen Biery, and woman
Myer and Teresa Bornstein
Eight unidentified women in fish processing line (probably Bornstein Seafoods workers)
Three men beside large log chained onto rail-car
Large, three-story farmhouse, outbuildings, and barns seen at medium distance from fenceline and across field
Man wearing native-Alaskan outfit standing with harnessed sled-dogs on street
Interior view of grocery/dry goods store
Shipyard with six men standing in and around ship under construction with bay of water in background, possibly Bellingham Bay
Negative image of gravestone of James Tilton Pickett engraved on the front as follows: "Born December 31 1857 - Died August 28 1889" and on the side: "Rest in Peace"
Unidentified man, probably Galen Biery, and woman
A color-tinted photo taken at the end of a glacier, most likely on Mount Baker
Man in plaid jacket, hat and gauntlet gloves standing on running-board of hay delivery truck.
Unidentified large warehouse with about a dozen men at drafting tables with one man walking among them who may be the supervisor.
Dairy cows grazing in a field
Glass negative of small, log-choked waterfall and the calmer water into which it flows
Three women, a man and a boy walk toward camera in front of Hotel Glacier in Glacier, WA
Shoreline on Bellingham Bay with four, small, single-masted sailboats resting on the beach.
An unidentified young man wearing a white Bornstein Seafoods hat and white shirt with his name (Burl or Burt) sewn above the right pocket
Log suspended by cables being loaded onto skidder.
Thirty-two men and one dog pose in front of old-growth cedar tree
A man in overalls standing in a field among haystacks
Large crowd of men, women, and children surround a man sitting on a chair in the center, possibly an evangelist
Close up of a rose bush along the walkway in front of a house
Unidentified man (probably Galen Biery) giving magic lantern presentation
View from Sehome Hill of early Sehome, WA, with dirt track of Elk Street extending from lower right, Bellingham Bay on left
Federal Condensed Milk Co. building showing both truck and horse-drawn wagon delivery vehicles
hand-tinted view of snow-covered Mt. Baker with a lake in the foreground.
Chuckanut Drive
Man wearing a Bornstein Seafoods hat and white jacket with his name, Rene, stiched above the pocket
An unidentified man wearing coveralls and metal protective head gear stands next to a large mechanical apparatus, possibly part of an HVAC system or a processor of some sort
View looking southwest from Sehome Hill neighborhood from above (east of) Indian Street and between Oak and Ivy Streets
Elmheim (Roeder house)
FEDERAL CONDENSED MILK CO.
Close up of an unidentified man and woman.
Norweigan full rigged ship called the Christian Radich  towed by a tugboat named Helen M. Mcallister and followed by a sailboat.
The fishing boat "Silverland" moving through the water, probably in Bellingham Bay
Unidentified man (probably Galen Biery) giving magic lantern presentation
An unidentified man wearing a heavy apron and a Bornstein Seafoods hat and gloves, standing at a narrow table with a large fish laid out on it in front of him.
Three unidentified men sitting on top of a huge log that is on a wagon being pulled by six mules.
Lynden stage
Front-portside view of the steam tender "Rodoma" with man standing on foredeck
Early aviator L. Guy Mecklem
Mt. McKinley (now Denali), Alaska
Lumber yard in Fairhaven, WA on Bellingham Bay with multiple buildings and assorted stacks of lumber
Unidentified woman, probably at magic lantern presentation
Shipyard with large ship under construction, with two teams of horses in the foreground
James Tilton Pickett, son of General George Pickett, at about age 20
View inside of grocery / bakery / dry goods store.
Unknown shipyard dock stacked with lumber
Twenty-nine men and one dog pose in front of old-growth cedar tree
Two men seated in stripped-down automobile (possibly Mount Baker Marathon contestants)
Six unidentified men wearing coveralls, and one a checkered workshirt, in a room with stacks of empty boxes.
Unidentified bridge
A huge pile of wooden crates piled high with five men perched among the crates all the way to the roof of the adjacent building where there is a sign that says "Positively No Admittance"
Two photos of Acme Schoolhouse.
View of shoreline and industries in Fairhaven (Wash.)
Unidentified man, likely Galen Biery, seated with small dog
Chicago Hotel, Bellingham (Wash.)

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