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Copy of a letter sent by Jimmy Pickett to his foster-mother
Elmheim (Roeder house)
James Tilton Pickett, son of General George Pickett, at about age 20
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"
Shipyard with six men standing in and around ship under construction with bay of water in background, possibly Bellingham Bay
View from Sehome Hill of early Sehome, WA, with dirt track of Elk Street extending from lower right, Bellingham Bay on left
Shipyard with large ship under construction, with two teams of horses in the foreground
Map of Alaska, British Columbia, and north Puget Sound showing the location of the salmon canneries of Pacific American Fisheries
Unidentified man and boy pose with seated woman
Lynden's first power plant before its disassembling
Negative copy of image in watercolor of cemetery scene showing gravestone of James (a.k.a. Jimmy) Tilton Picket, among tall trees
The Baker Hotel, a multi-gabled, five-story wood-built hotel in Sehome (later Bellingham), WA
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"
Grape arbor supported by six columns with a small dog standing under it and a large, unidentified building, possibly a church, behind it
Post Office, Bellingham - Front and side exterior of Federal Building in Bellingham
Pike Block in Bellingham, Washington
View from Sehome Hill of early Sehome, WA, with dirt track of Elk Street extending from lower right, Bellingham Bay on left
View from water of steamship docked at pier with Pacific American Fisheries warehouse, hill with residential neighborhood in distance
Unidentified man, probably Galen Biery, and woman
Unidentified man, likely Galen Biery, seated on a sofa

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