The Jane Hamilton Hovde and Annis Jorgen (A.J.) Hovde papers, 1932-2003  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Hamilton Hovde, Jane; Hovde , Annis Jorgen (A.J.)
Title
The Jane Hamilton Hovde and Annis Jorgen (A.J.) Hovde papers
Dates
1932-2003 (inclusive)
Quantity
9.5 Linear Ft., (14 Boxes)
Collection Number
XOE_CPNWS0016hovde (collection)
Summary
The Hovde Papers document the creative life of Pacific Northwest artist Jane Hamilton Hovde and her husband, Western Washington University professor and poet A.J. Hovde. Jane's creative process is reflected in her writings, sketches, notes, and clippings while A.J.'s is reflected in his poems and short fiction stories. Also included are biographical materials in the form of journals and correspondence.
Repository
Western Washington University, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies
Goltz-Murray Archives Building
808 25th St.
Bellingham, WA
98225
Telephone: 360-650-7534
cpnws@wwu.edu
Access Restrictions

Diaries and dream journals including Jungian-based interpretations of Jane Hamilton Hovde's dreams from 1973 to 2001 are restricted to academic research by permission till 2020 A.D.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for preparing this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the Washington State Legislature to the Washington Women's History Consortium. Funding for encoding the finding aid was awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Jane Hamilton was born in 1921 on the tugboat “Northwest” in the seas of Rosario Strait, Washington State. She and her sister and brothers were raised on Blakeley and Whidbey Islands. Jane traveled a few miles north to attend Western Washington College of Education in Bellingham. While studying English and art, she met Annis Jorgen (A.J.) Hovde. A.J. came to Bellingham from Edmonds, Washington. Born the youngest of eleven children in 1917 in Alberta, Canada, his family moved to Washington State when he was seven years old. After high school, A.J. worked in sawmill and lumber employment, including the Civilian Conservation Corps, until 1939 when he enrolled in Western Washington College of Education.

In 1942, Jane received her teaching certificate from Western Washington College. That same year she married A.J. - immediately before his departure for a three-year tour in World War II. In 1944, she completed her Bachelor’s of Arts in Creative Writing from University of Washington. After A.J. reunited with Jane in Seattle, he also finished his degree with a Bachelor’s in English in 1947. While A.J. studied at the University of Washington, Jane continued her artistic education. She attended private lessons with Mark Tobey, the enigmatic Northwest painter, as well as full-time coursework in the University of Washington's art department. During the winter of 1947, the couple lived in New York City where she attended the Art Students’ League and he continued work on his Master’s degree. A.J. Hovde received his M.A. in English from the University of Washington in 1949.

In 1948, the Hovdes settled in Bellingham with employment at Western Washington State College. However, the Hovdes took several substantial sojourns from Bellingham. They spent a year in Palo Alto, California while A.J. studied at Stanford from 1951 to 1952. Then, after hosting W.H. Auden during his visit to Bellingham, they accepted an invitation to stay as guests at the poet’s villa on the island of Ischia, Italy, from 1955 to 1956. Other ventures included hosting students on a study-abroad program to Greece in 1970, and an artists-in-residence program at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sweet Briar, Virginia, in 1980. In Bellingham, A.J. built both the family’s homes where he and Jane raised their daughters Karen and Kathy.

Jane began exhibiting her work in 1947 with yearly showings in the Seattle Art Museum’s Annual Exhibition of Northwest Artists. Recognition began with the 1953 first prize at the Washington Territorial Centennial Show for “Nets and Driftwood.” The 1950s, 1960s and 1970s were industrious decades, reflecting her firm establishment as a Northwest artist. Exhibitions continued through her 1972 Retrospective and the 2000 Exhibit “Picasso’s Eye: A Subjective Symbolic Process,” both held at Whatcom Museum of Art and History in Bellingham. Jane’s works appeared nationally with traveling exhibits of the Seattle Art Museum and the Smithsonian Institution; while living in Italy, she exhibited in Rome. Her paintings and drawings reside in private collections and the permanent collections of the Seattle Art Museum, the Whatcom County Museum of History and Art and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Jane’s early artistic style reflected a semi-abstract treatment of landscapes and scenes she observed in the Pacific Northwest and Italy. Many subjects include beach and fishing images such as fishnets and driftwood. Through the decades, her images became more abstract and expressionistic, eventually emphasizing her interest in Jungian symbolic imagery.

A.J. wrote both poetry and fiction from a young age. Publishing as early as 1947, his acceptance in literary journals and magazines grew to well over a hundred publications. He began his teaching career at Western Washington State College in 1948. In 1967, A.J. and other faculty members joined to form Fairhaven College, an experimental division of Western Washington State College. In 1968 he and Jane published Hovde Folio 10:10, a combination of their works. He retired from his professorship in 1981. He kept journals - of World War II, the family’s various travels, and everyday affairs – until his death in 1984.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Hovde Papers measure 9.2 linear feet, spanning the dates 1932 to 2003, documenting the creative life of Pacific Nortwest artist Jane Hamilton Hovde and her husband, Western Washington University professor and poet A.J. Hovde. Jane’s papers consist of biographical material, journals, correspondence, notes, writings, subject and project files, business records, sketches, printed material about the artist and other artists, photographs, slides of the artist’s works, and a college scrapbook that chronicles the courtship of Jane and A.J. in the early 1940s. A.J. Hovde’s papers consist primarily of biographical information, journals, and his writings, including non-fiction, poetry, short fiction and full-length fiction manuscripts.

Both subseries include informative biographical material. Jane’s journals devotedly chronicle her adolescence and twenties. Her correspondence (mostly incoming) demonstrates her interactions with other artists and art galleries and institutions, educators, and critics. Correspondents include June Burn, W.H. Auden, Kenneth Callahan, San Francisco art critic Al Frankenstein, Dolly Connolly, Paul Woodring, poet William Stafford, professor James Jarrett, and Glenn Wessells (including a copy of his correspondence from Hans Hoffman). Business records and printed material reveal the exhibitions of her works and her activities in the art world of the second half of the 20th century. Her creative process is reflected in her writings, sketches, notes, and clippings. A collection of dream journals includes Jungian-based interpretations of Jane’s dreams from 1973 to 2001. These are restricted to academic research by permission till 2020 A.D.

Both subseries include informative biographical material. Jane’s journals devotedly chronicle her adolescence and twenties. Her correspondence (mostly incoming) demonstrates her interactions with other artists and art galleries and institutions, educators, and critics. Correspondents include June Burn, W.H. Auden, Kenneth Callahan, San Francisco art critic Al Frankenstein, Dolly Connolly, Paul Woodring, poet William Stafford, professor James Jarrett, and Glenn Wessells (including a copy of his correspondence from Hans Hoffman). Business records and printed material reveal the exhibitions of her works and her activities in the art world of the second half of the 20th century. Her creative process is reflected in her writings, sketches, notes, and clippings. A collection of dream journals includes Jungian-based interpretations of Jane’s dreams from 1973 to 2001. These are restricted to academic research by permission till 2020 A.D.

Both Jane’s and A.J.s papers include photographs. The photos in Jane’s collection include images of her artworks, her at work, and personal scenes such as wedding and family pictures, ranging from her infancy to 2000 A.D. Photographs of A.J. date from his youth, and span through the 1970s.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

The Hovde Papers; Jane Hamilton Hovde and Annis Jorgen (A.J.) Hovde, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Heritage Resources, Western Washington University, Bellingham WA 98225-9123.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Series I:   Jane Hamilton Hovde, 1921-2003,   (bulk 1940-2003) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Biographical Material *Journals are Restricted*
1934-2003
Box/Folder
1/1
Resumes, C.V.s
1978-1998
1/2
“Hovde: An Epitome of the Life of Styles in Art” by Tom Sherwood
1972
1/3
“Jane Hovde Exhibit”,write-up by M. Boylan
1972
1/4
“Jane Hovde, Artist”
1946-1983
1/5 - 1/8
Journals
1934-1939, ; 1942-1947, ; 1954
1/9
Journals
circa 1950s
1/10
Journals
circa 1970s
1/11
Journals
1980s
1/12
Journals
1990s
1/13
Journals
1998-2003
Subseries 2: Correspondence
circa 1940-2002
Box/Folder
2/1
W.H. Auden
1954-1955
2/2
June Burn
circa 1950s
2/3
Al Frankenstein
1962-1966
2/4
James Jarrett
1998-1999
2/5
Paul Woodring
1994
2/6
Correspondence
circa 1940s
2/7
Correspondence
1950-1954
2/8
Correspondence
1955-1959
2/9
Correspondence
1960-1964
2/10
Correspondence
1965-1969
2/11
Correspondence
1970-1974
2/12
Correspondence
1975-1979
2/13
Correspondence
circa 1980s
2/14
Correspondence
circa 1990s
2/15
Correspondence
2000-2002
Subseries 3: Research/Writing
circa 1950-1983
Alphabetical Subject Files
Box/Folder
2/16
Animals, Birds, Creatures
Undated
2/17
Asian Motifs
Undated
2/18
Human Forms
Undated
2/19
Letters, Fonts, Words
Undated
2/20
Symbolic Imagery (I)
Undated
2/21
Symbolic Imagery (II)
Undated
2/22
“The Art of the Japanese Screen”
circa 1970s
2/23
“Compound Angles, Shadows, Images"
circa 1990s
2/24
“Creativity in Old Age”
2000
2/25
“Death With Daddy, Neat and Tidy” (I)
1980-1983
2/26
“Death With Daddy, Neat and Tidy” (II)
1980-1983
2/27
“Death With Daddy, Neat and Tidy” (I)
1980-1981
2/28
“Death With Daddy, Neat and Tidy” (II)
1980-1981
2/29
Discussions with Glenn Wessells
circa 1950s-1980s
3/1
"Dreams"
Undated
3/2
“Father Mac and Acrobats”
1978-1988
3/3
"Hands"
Undated
3/4
Jimmy Pickett (I)
1967-1994
3/5
Jimmy Pickett (II)
1967-1994
3/6
"Jung Alchemy"
Undated
3/7
"Jung and Kinds of Love" audiotape of lecture by Dr. James Jarrett
1994
3/8
Notes from Mark Tobey Lessons
1947
3/9
“Pennsylvania Dutch designs, peasant designs”
Undated
3/10
Printmaking
circa 1970s
3/11
Women in Art I
1960-1990s
3/12
Women in Art II
1960-1990s
Teaching Art
Box/Folder
3/13
"Teaching Ideas"
Undated
3/14
"Teaching Ideas for Painting"
circa 1960s-1980s
Writings
Box/Folder
3/15
Creative Writing (college)
1940-1941
3/16
Creative Writing (college)
1940-1941
3/17
Notes, lists
Undated
3/18
"Return of the Rib,"
Undated
3/18
"Cezanne and a Bowl of Mush"
1960
Writings by Others
Box/Folder
3/19
Draft of William Stafford introduction to Selected Poems by A.J.Hovde, illustrations by Jane Hamilton Hovde
1981
3/20
Dolly Connolly’s Introduction to Jane Hamilton Hovde’s Retrospective
1972
3/21
Fairhaven College Students
1977
Writings: Dream Analysis *Restricted*
1973-2001
Box/Folder
4/1
Dream Analysis
March-July 1973
4/2
Dream Analysis
January-December 1974
4/3
Dream Analysis
January-July 1975
4/4
Dream Analysis
August-December 1975
4/5
Dream Analysis
January-February 1976
4/6
Dream Analysis
March 1976
4/7
Dream Analysis
April-August 1976
4/8
Dream Analysis
September-December 1976
4/9
Dream Analysis
January-February 1977
4/10
Dream Analysis
March-June 1977
4/11
Dream Analysis
July-December 1977
4/12
Dream Analysis
January-March 1978
4/13
Dream Analysis
April-December 1978
4/14
Dream Analysis
January-March 1979
4/15
Dream Analysis
April-December 1979
4/16
Dream Analysis
January-July 1980
4/17
Dream Analysis
August-December 1980
4/18
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1981
4/19
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1982
4/20
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1983
4/21
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1984
4/22
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1985
4/23
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1986
4/24
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1987
4/25
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1988
4/26
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1989
4/27
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1990
4/28
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1991
4/29
Dream Analysis
February-May 1992
4/30
Dream Analysis
June-December 1992
4/31
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1993
4/32
Dream Analysis
January-April 1994
4/33
Dream Analysis
May-August 1994
4/34
Dream Analysis
September-December 1994
4/35
Dream Analysis
January-July1995
4/36
Dream Analysis
August-December 1995
4/37
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1996
4/38
Dream Analysis
January-July 1997
4/39
Dream Analysis
August-December 1997
4/40
Dream Analysis
Entire Year1998
4/41
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 1999
4/42
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 2000
4/43
Dream Analysis
Entire Year 2001
Subseries 4: Business and Legal
1950-1998
Box
5
Address Cards
Box/Folder
6/1
Artist's Equity Association
circa 1950s
6/2
Blank Contracts, Notes
Undated
6/3
Henry Art Gallery
1962-1978
6/4
Museum of Northwest Art
1996-1998
6/5
Otto Seligman Gallery
1961-1964
6/6
Parks and Recreation Logo-Bellingham
1967
6/7
Seattle Art Museum
1955-1979
6/8
Solicitations, Sales Contracts, Receipts
1975-1994
6/9
Whatcom Museum
1966-1998
Subseries 5: Projects
1972-2003
Exhibitions
“Picasso’s Eye: A Subjective Symbolic Process”
Box/Folder
6/10
Artist's Statement
2000
6/11
Portfolio from Exhibit
October 2000
6/12 - 6/13
Artistic Development
circa 1990s, 2000
6/14
Exhibit Preparations, Contract, Notes
2000
Artist's Retrospective
1972
Box/Folder
6/15
Description, Preparation
1972
6/16
Catalog Development
1972
6/17
KVOS interview with Elaine Horn (transcript)
1972
Community Arts Involvement
Box/Folder
7/1
A.J. Hovde Scholarship
1988-2003
7/2
Al Swift High School Arts Competition
1985-1994
7/3
Committees, Juries
1970-1997
Subseries 6: Printed Material
circa 1940-1999
Box/Folder
7/4
Exhibition Announcements
1945-1954
7/5
Exhibition Announcements
1955-1959
7/6
Exhibition Announcements
1960-1964
7/7
Exhibition Announcements
1965-1969
7/8
Exhibition Announcements
1970-1974
7/9
Exhibition Announcements
1975-1979
7/10
Exhibition Announcements
1980-1990
7/11
Exhibition Announcements
circa 1990s
7/12
Clippings About the Artist
1945-1954
7/13
Clippings About the Artist
1955-1959
7/14
Clippings About the Artist
1960-1964
7/15
Clippings About the Artist
1965-1969
7/16
Clippings About the Artist
1970-1974
7/17
Clippings About the Artist
1975-1979
7/18
Clippings About the Artist
1980-1990
7/19
Clippings About the Artist
circa 1990s
8/1
Articles and Clippings on Other Artists
circa 1940s
8/2
Articles and Clippings on Other Artists
circa 1950s
8/3
Articles and Clippings on Other Artists
circa 1960s
8/4
Articles and Clippings on Other Artists
circa 1970s
8/5
Articles and Clippings on Other Artists
circa 1980s
8/6
Articles and Clippings on Other Artists
circa 1990s
8/7
Clippings of Paintings of Other Artists
circa 1940s-1980s
Subseries 7: Artwork by Jane Hamilton Hovde
circa 1968-1979
Box/Folder
8/8
"Hovde Folio 10:10"
1968
8/9
Literary Journal Illustrations
1968-1979
8/10
Original Sketches
8/11
"People" (copies of sketches)
Undated
8/12
Printed Versions of Jane Hamilton Hovde's Works
Various dates
8/13
Sketches (copies of)
Undated
Oversize
Folder 1
“Chuckanut Island” print of drawing
1978
Subseries 8: Photographs, Slides, Scrapbooks
1921-2000
Box/Folder
9/1
Al Swift High School Arts Contest Jurors
1988-1994
9/2
Photos of Art Work (I)
Various dates
9/3
Photos of Art Work (II)
Various dates
9/4
Photos of Art Work (III)
Various dates
9/5
Exhibit: Bellingham Artists
1963
9/6
Exhibit: Picasso’s Eye (I)
2000
9/7
Exhibit, Picasso’s Eye (II)
2000
9/8
Friends of the Hovdes – Farrar and June Burn
Undated
9/9
Jane Hamilton Hovde
1921-2000
9/10
Jane Hamilton Hovde at Work
circa 1940s-1970s
9/11
Italy
1956
9/12
Slides of Art Work
circa 1940s-2000
9/13
Slides by Subject: “Picasso’s Eye”; Jane Hamilton Hovde, residence, studio; Dream Subjects; Ink of Whatcom and Skagit Landscapes; Italy; Ink; Pencil
1956-2000
10/1
Scrapbook of Jane Hamilton Hovde & A.J. Hovde
1941-1942
Oversize
Folder 2
Photo of Jane Hamilton Hovde in studio
Undated
Subseries 9: Filmed Interviews
1972-1978
Box/Folder
11/1
Color interview with Jane Hovde by Elaine Horn for KVOS-TV; Black & white interview with Jane Hovde by Elaine Horn for KVOS-TV (originals on 16 mm film, duplicate copy on VHS, duplicate copy on DVD)
1972
11/2
"Folklore Symposium: the Legend of Jimmie Pickett," with Jane Hovde and Lynn Bettis, KVOS TV (original on U-matic video cassette, duplicate copy on VHS, duplicate copy on DVD)
1978

Series II:   Annis Jorgen (A.J.) Hovde, circa 1933-1984Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Biographical Information
circa 1933-1984
Box/Folder
12/1
Biography and Bibliography
Undated
12/2
High School Scrap Book
1933-1937
12/3
Diplomas
1947 ; 1949
12/4
Retirement Commencement
1981
12/5
Memorium by Paul Woodring
1984
Subseries 2: Journals
1942-1984
Box/Folder
12/6
War Years
1942-1945
12/7
"War Notes"
1943-1944
12/8
Journal
1946-1947
12/9
Journal
1948
12/10
"Journey Abroad"
1954-1955
12/11
Ischia, Italy (I)
1955-1956
12/12
Ischia, Italy (II)
1955-1956
12/13
"Observations of a Painter"
1956-1958
12/14
Greece Trip w/Fairhaven College
1970
12/15
“Personal Inventories”
1970-1971
12/16
Travels
1976
12/17
Travels
1980
12/18
“Personal Inventories”
1980-1981
12/19
Travels
1981
12/20
“Personal Inventories”
1981-1982
12/21
“Personal Inventories”
1982
12/22
“Personal Inventories”
1982-1983
12/23
Travels
1983
12/24
“Personal Inventories”
1983
12/25
“Personal Inventories”
1983-1984
Subseries 3: Correspondence
1954-1980
Box/Folder
13/1
"Ann Elmo"
1968-1973
13/2
Hovde Folio 10:10
1968
13/3
World War II
1943-1945
13/4
"Writing Correspondence"
1963-1980
Subseries 4: Subject Files
1960-1981
Box/Folder
13/5
Printed Material, “Publicity”
1960-1981
13/6
Teaching
1972
Subseries 5: Writings
circa 1960-1980s
Nonfiction
Box/Folder
13/7
Proposal: “The House Book”
1976
13/8
Review of “The Slackwater Review” (Richard Hugo issue)
1980
13/9
Review of Thomas Wolfe’s Purdue speech
1965
13/10
Review of “Threads” (by Elizabeth Bartlett)
1970
Poetry
Box/Folder
13/11
"A.J. Hovde; Selected Poems"
1981
13/12
Alphabetized Titles (A-L)
Undate
13/13
Alphabetized Titles (N-Z)
Undated
13/14
Compendium of Poems Collected by A.J. Hovde, (I)
Undated
13/15
Compendium of Poems Collected by A.J. Hovde (II)
Undated
13/16
Compendium of Poems Collected by A.J. Hovde (III)
Undated
13/17
“Dear Reader” [handwritten collection]
Undated
13/18
"Poems for Jane"
Undated
13/19
Poems with Publication Correspondence (I)
circa 1960s
13/20
Poems with Publication Correspondence (II)
circa 1960s
13/21
Poems with Publication Correspondence (I)
circa 1970s
13/22
Poems with Publication Correspondence (II)
circa 1970s
13/23
Poems with Publication Correspondence (I)
circa 1980s
13/24
Poems with Publication Correspondence (II)
circa 1980s
13/25
“Poetry Out” (titles A-H)
Undated
13/26
“Poetry Out” (titles I-O)
Undated
13/27
“Poetry Out” (titles P-Z)
Undated
13/28
"Rework" Poems
Undated
Short Fiction
Box/Folder
13/29
"But I Know What I Like Tiziano" - With Correspondence
1963
13/30
"The Case History of Little Augustus" - With Correspondence
1948
13/31
"The Committee Room" - With Correspondence
1974
13/32
"Dance to the Piper"
Undated
13/33
"The Doubledare of Marty Jo" (I)
Undated
13/34
"The Doubledare of Marty Jo" (II)
Undated
13/35
"For Love or Money" - With Correspondence
1977 ; 1983
13/36
"God on the Mountain"
Undated
13/37
"A Great Campus for Dogs, and Other Stories"
Undated
13/38
"A Handy Thing to Have Around," "The Wooden Trestle," Whatever Happened to the Playhouse"
Undated
13/39
"The House by the Lakeshore," "The Richardson's Farm," "Three Sides of the Coin"
Undated
13/40
"A High, Very Colorful Ceiling"
Undated
13/41
"I Remember Dionysus"
Undated
13/42
"The Intruders"
Undated
13/43
"The Life Class" - With Correspondence
1963
13/44
"The Madrigals" - With Correspondence
1984
13/45
"My Last Days in my Profession" (I)
Undated
13/46
My Last Days in my Profession" (II)
Undated
13/47
"On the Twelfth Day of Christmas"
Undated
13/48
"Picnic at the Lake" - With Correspondence
1967-1968
13/49
"Prisoner's Choice" - With Correspondence
1969
13/50
"The Red, Red Robin" - With Correspondence
1974
13/51
"Room 25"
Undated
13/52
"Sauce for the Gander"
Undated
13/53
"Then to Forgiveness"
Undated
13/54
"Those Who Do Not See"
Undated
13/55
"Through the Green Depths"
Undated
13/56
"A Tooth Can Hurt"
Undated
13/57
"The Visit"
Undated
Manuscripts
Box/Folder
14/1
"Bitter Heritage"
Undated
14/2
"The Farmer takes a Wife" (incomplete)
Undated
14/3
"The Ribbon Clerk" (first draft)
Undated
14/4
"The Ribbon Clerk"
Undated
14/5
"The Ribbon Clerk" (submitted manuscript)
Undated
14/6
"Riding the Peacock" (with Jane Hamilton Hovde illustrations)
Undated
14/7
"The Skyhook" (incomplete)
Undated
14/8
"Take the Day Lightly"
Undated
14/9
Untitled, Complete Manuscript
Undated
14/10
Untitle Manuscript (pages missing)
Undated
14/11
"The Walkout" (with Synopsis)
Undated
14/12
"The Walkout" (I)
Undated
14/13
"The Walkout" (II)
Undated
14/14
"The Walkout" (III)
Undated
Subseries 6: Photographs
undated
Box/Folder
14/15
Photos of A.J. Hovde
Undated

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Abstract Expressionism -- Northwest, Pacific
  • Art -- Northwest, Pacific
  • Art, Modern -- Northwest, Pacific
  • Authors, American -- Washington (State)
  • Jungian Psychology
  • Painters-- Northwest, Pacific
  • Women Artists -- Northwest, Pacific
  • Women Artists--Washington (State)
  • Personal Names :
  • Auden, W. H. -- (Wystan Hugh) -- 1907-1973.
  • Burn, June -- (1893-1979)
  • Callahan, Kenneth, -- (1905-) (creator)
  • Frankenstein, Alfred Victor, --(1906)
  • Hovde, A. J. -- (Annis J.) -- Archives. (creator)
  • Hovde, Jane--Archives. (creator)
  • Stafford, William -- (1914-)
  • Wessells, Glenn A. -- (Glenn Anthony) -- (1895-)
  • Corporate Names :
  • Fairhaven College
  • Seattle Art Museum--Exhibitions
  • Western Washington University
  • Western Washington College of Education
  • Western Washington State College
  • Whatcom Museum of History and Art -- Exhibitions
  • Geographical Names :
  • Ischia -- Italy