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17th Annual Anacortes Arts and Crafts Festival
17th Annual Anacortes Arts and Crafts Festival
Poster for the 17th Annual Anacortes Arts and Crafts Festival, August 5 and 6, 1978; artwork and stamp by Ralph Aeschliman; printed by Clifford Burke, Gift of Clifford Burke
6 arrested in protest of Skagit logging
6 arrested in protest of Skagit logging
Scanned clipping of three newspaper articles, only one writer's name is given. Hand-written notes reveal the publications and dates, a circled number 6, "W-45" and underlines the words "Department of Natural Resources" in three places. The number 6 in "6 arrested in protest of Skagit logging" is crossed out. The digital copy of Fishtown0020 was made into four copies., Gift of Bob Rose
A Poem to Remember the Big Rain of August 1976
A Poem to Remember the Big Rain of August 1976
Collected poetry broadsides of Skagit Valley poets from 1977 to 1978, as collected in Fishtown0126. Within is Fishtown0127 through Fishtown0139.
Accidental Art - section
Accidental Art - section
This is a piece of an Accidental Art project, Gift of Clifford Burke
Accidental Art Machine
Accidental Art Machine
Poster for the Accidental Art Machine which was performed in the Medical Dental Building in downtown Anacortes. Participants were encouraged to cut off a piece of the art and take it with them., Gift of Clifford Burke
An Open Letter
An Open Letter
Typed copy of a letter Richard Gilkey sent to many publications. This copy has "COPY" written in red ink through the letter.
Another Spring Poem
Another Spring Poem
Undated, approximate date span 1960-1990. Zerox used by Clifford Burke as pseudonym., Gift of Bob Rose
Aquaculture cartoon
Aquaculture cartoon
An editorial cartoon showing shoreline houses all calling out "You're spoiling the natural beauty" to a lone rower in a small boat named Aquaculture, which has small buoys cast in the water. From the Skagit Argus, January 12, 1988 (Vol. 97, No. 2, page 4)
Aquaculture moratorium enlarged
Aquaculture moratorium enlarged
Scanned clipping of a newspaper article. A hand-written note mentions the publication and date, the number 8, "W-45" next to the reporter's name, and underlines "Dept of Fisheries" . The page 9 copy is cut off at the end by about a line or two. Digital version of Fishtown0018 was split into two files., Gift of Bob Rose
Aquaculture outlook good
Aquaculture outlook good
Scanned clipping of a newspaper article. A hand-written note mentions the date and a circled number 5. Digital version of Fishtown0019 was split into four files., Gift of Bob Rose
Auction for Fish Town
Auction for Fish Town
Clipping of an ad for an auction for Fishtown. 1987-1988.
Between the Mountain and the Lake
Between the Mountain and the Lake
Poetry book. Book is held in the Fishtown Collection, Gift of Clifford Burke
Blue Heron Society meets
Blue Heron Society meets
Clippings from the Skagit Valley Herald, January 12, 1988, with a brief about the Blue Heron Society and logging protests. Pieces are taped to a lined piece of paper to keep together.
Blue Heron Society rallies to save Fishtown woods
Blue Heron Society rallies to save Fishtown woods
Front cover of the Skagit Argus, January 12, 1988 (Vol. 97, No. 2) with a story about the Fishtown woods and Blue Heron Society. A second scan was done to get a complete scan of the masthead. Page 4 is the editorial cartoon of Fishtown0034. ""Fred Owens of Mount Vernon spearheaded the endevor."" was changed to ""endeavor"".
Bo Miller Interview -- August 27, 2014
Bo Miller Interview -- August 27, 2014
Bo Miller was an early resident of Fishtown.
Bob
Bob
Undated; approximate date range 1960-1990. A manilla envelope with Japanese calligraphy in black ink. The name Bob is in English, brushed with red ink. Size: 27 x 19 cm. (10 1/2 x 7 1/2 in.), Gift of Bob Rose
But my Father Never Hunted After He was Nine Though His Father Did
But my Father Never Hunted After He was Nine Though His Father Did
Collected poetry broadsides of Skagit Valley poets from 1977 to 1978, as collected in Fishtown0126. Within is Fishtown0127 through Fishtown0139.
Candlelight Prayer Vigil
Candlelight Prayer Vigil
Handwritten poster for a candlelight vigil for the Fishtown Woods.
Chamberlain's side of issue told
Chamberlain's side of issue told
Scanned clipping of three newspaper articles, no writers' names shown. Hand-written notes reveal the publications and dates, a circled number 6, "W-45" and underlines the words "anti-logging protest," "Department of Natural Resources" in two places. Digital version of Fishtown0019 was split into four files., Gift of Bob Rose

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