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Exterior of "T.G. Richards Building," (later known as the Washington Territorial Courthouse)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 1 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 1 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 8 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 3 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 13 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 17 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 4 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 2 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 8 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 9 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 11 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 19 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 12 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 5 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 21 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 7 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 8 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 6 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 14 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 18 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 2 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 20 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 10 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 15 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Mountaineering on the Pacific (copy of page 16 of article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine)
Studio portrait of Harriette Biery
Studio portrait of seated unidentified bearded man in suit
A building fire at night in winter
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.
Unidentified man
The fishing boat "Martle" in Bellingham Bay heading out from shore with Eldridge Avenue in the background
Unidentified young man wearing a suit, vest, and bow tie, stands beside a camera on a tripod.
An unidentified man standing in front of stacks of wooden crates, holding a harpoon-like instrument
Two unidentified women  - cannery workers, possibly Bornstein Seafoods
A dark haired man wearing a white jacket with his name, Verne, stiched above the pocket
Five unidentified women on fish canning line (possibly Bornstein Seafoods)
The fishing boat "Marsha Lynn" sitting in the water with two crew visible on top of the pilot house
The Fairhaven High School baseball team
Female fishing processing worker (may be Bornstein Seafoods)
Myer and Teresa Bornstein
Bright, sunlit image of forest with ferns
Man seated in the stern of a boat that is towing a sailboat with two women on board.
A purse seiner fishing boat moving in the water close to shore in Bellingham Bay
Bornstein Seafoods employee
Individual in coveralls and metal protective head gear stands next to a large mechanical apparatus.
Large crowd surrounds a man sitting on a chair in the center, possibly an evangelist
A color-tinted photo taken at the end of a glacier, most likely on Mount Baker
The fishing boat "Silverland" moving through the water, probably in Bellingham Bay
Panoramic aerial view of the Bellinham waterfront and downtown with snow-covered Mt. Baker and the Twin Sisters in the distance

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