Family photograph album of Washington State views, 1934-1937  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Title
Family photograph album of Washington State views
Dates
1934-1937 (inclusive)
Quantity
122 photographic prints in 1 album (1 box) ; 2.5 x 3.5 inches
Collection Number
PH0860
Summary
Photograph album of views mostly in Mount Baker and Wenatchee National Forests, also of Everett and University of Washington campus, circa 1930's.
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

The collection is open to the public.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

The creator of the photograph album is unknown, but the album may have been owned by Virginia Riddle. Her school portarit is located on the last page of the album, and is the only photograph in the album that differs in format and shape from all other photographs in the album. The album was acquired by the University of Washington shortly after Virginia Riddle's death in February 2009.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Album containing photographs of groups of family members and friends at various locations, largely in Mount Baker and Wenatchee National Forests. Locations include: Mount Pilchuck, Verlot, Barlow Pass, Big Four and Big Four Inn (destroyed by fire in 1949), Monte Cristo Lake, Lost Lake, Goat Lake, Heather Lake, Twin Lakes, Deception and Canoe Passes and the Decption Pass bridge. Also includes snow scenes from "Winter of '36," a Cole Brothers Circus parade in Everett (1936), aerial views of Everett, the Ellensburg rodeo, the Meany Hotel in Seattle's University District, Suzzallo Library and the UW crew team (1935), plus a football game against Washington State College and Governor's Day at Husky Stadium.

A clipping inserted in the back of the album lists Everett High School students headed to Washington State College and University of Washington and may be related to the creator of the album.

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Container(s) Description Dates
Page item
1 1a Group of hikers on Mount Pilchuck, WA July 4,1934
1 1b Bob, Ed and Lucile in forested clearing July 4, 1934
1 1c Mountain and tree landscape Summer 1934
1 1d Group sitting at picnic table July 4, 1934
2 2a-d Dog named Dixie at front of house
Written on page: Dixie, Aug. 1936
August 1936
2 2b-c  Stillaguamish River at Verlot, WA circa 1934-1937
3 3a  Group at Mount Pilchuck Lookout, WA
Written on page: Betty, Marianne, Lucille, Ed, Virginia,
circa 1934-1937
3 3b Ed and Lucille hiking in snow July 4, 1934
3 3c  Three men on hiking path
Written on page: Before
circa 1934-1937
3 3d Summit of Mount Pilchuck, WA July 4, 1934
4 4a Garden
Written on page: Robin on post?
circa 1934-1937
4 4b Stillaguamish River at Verlot, WA circa 1934-1937
4 4c Snow covered landscape Winter 1936
4 4d Trellised rose bush on house Summer 1936
5 5a View of Mount Pilchuck, WA circa 1934-1937
5 5b Two men at deserted farm building circa 1934-1937
5 5c Partial view of mill stack
Written on page: Old mill
circa 1934-1937
5 5d Mountain landscape Summer 1934
6 6a-d Snow covered trees Winter 1936
7 7a Two men at entrance to mine near Silverton, WA 1934
7 7b Two men leaning on a fence at Barlow Pass 1934
7 7c Lake at Big Four Mountain
Written on page: Artificial Lake at Big Four
circa 1934-1937
7 7d  Big Four Hotel (also called Big Four Inn)
Built by the Rucker Brothers in 1922. It had a view that was compared to the Alps. It was destroyed by fire in 1949.
circa 1934-1937
8 8a-b Snow Scenes circa 1934-1937
8 8c Tully standing on a rock in the river circa 1934-1937
8 8d Snow covered house 1936
9 9a Monte Cristo Lake circa 1934-1937
9 9b Mountain landscape Summer 1934
9 9c Lost Lake circa 1934-1937
9 9d Goat Lake circa 1934-1937
10 10a-b Heather Lake circa 1934-1937
10 10c  Woman and boy standing in the snow on Heather Lake trail circa 1934-1937
10 10d Wood bridge on trail at Verlot, WA circa 1934-1937
11 11a Snow at Goat Lake circa 1934-1937
11 11b Mountain landscape Summer 1934
11 11c Railroad bridge washout at forested ravine circa 1934-1937
11 11d  Framed building at Monte Cristo, WA circa 1934-1937
12 12a-b Heather Lake 1936
12 12c  Woman sitting on rock in Stillaguamish River at Verlot, WA circa 1934-1937
12 12d Woman and boy on trail to Heather Lake circa 1934-1937
13 13a Mountain landscape circa 1934-1937
13 13b Rocky terrain with snow at Twin Lakes 1934
13 13c-d  Scenery at Twin Lakes circa 1934-1937
14 14a  View of Skagit Bay at Deception Pass circa 1934-1937
14 14b  Waterfall at Verlot, WA circa 1934-1937
14 14c Hazel, Gill, Leota and Theo and unidentified man seated on rocks adjacent to Mount Pilchuck lookout 1936
14 14d Hazel, Gill, Leota and Theo seated on rocks adjacent to Mount Pilchuck lookout circa 1934-1937
15 15a  Two men hiking on trail to Twin Lakes circa 1934-1937
15 15b-d  Scenery near Silver Lake circa 1934-1937
16 16a-d  Deception Pass Bridge circa 1934-1937
16 16b Canoe Pass circa 1934-1937
16 16c View of Skagit Bay at Deception Pass circa 1934-1937
17 17a Twin Lakes circa 1934-1937
17 17b Two men kneeling beside two dogs named Dixie and Blooch circa 1934-1937
17 17c Buddy, Margaret, Enid and Ted sitting at rocky landscape circa 1934-1937
17 17d Three mill workers standing inside factory circa 1934-1937
18 18a-d  Cole Brothers Circus Parade, Everett, WA 1936
19 19a-b Aerial view of Everett, WA circa 1934-1937
19 19c View of sky above roof tops
Written on page: Airplane
circa 1934-1937
19 19d  Admiral Byrd's airplane in sky over field
Written on page: Admiral Byrd's Stars and Stripes
circa 1934-1937
20 20a-b Circus Parade 1936
20 20c Boats in water as viewed from audience stand, Coupeville, WA circa 1934-1937
20 20d Woman standing on railroad tracks circa 1934-1937
21 21a-d People on suspension bridge at Verlot, WA circa 1934-1937
21 21b-c  People on suspended foot bridge at Verlot, WA circa 1934-1937
22 22a Lake Keechelus circa 1934-1937
22 22b Snow Shed circa 1934-1937
22 22c-d  Ellensburg Rodeo as viewed from audience stand September 6, 1936
23 23a Bob seated in armchair circa 1934-1937
23 23b Possibly Virginia and Grandpa Da standing in front of house
Written on page: Grandpa Da
circa 1934-1937
23 23c-d Meany Hotel, Seattle, WA circa 1934-1937
24 24a Suzzallo Library, University of Washington circa 1934-1937
24 24b-c University of Washington Crew crew on water 1935
25 25a-d  University of Washington Crew crew on water 1935
26 26a-d Ellensburg Rodeo as viewed from audience stand 1936
26 26b University of Washington crew on water 1935
27 27a-c Ellensburg Rodeo as viewed from audience stand 1936
27 27b Stage coach race at Ellensburg Rodeo.
Written on page: Bill's art
1936
27 27d View of Everett, Washington from the water circa 1934-1937
28 28a-c  Marchers on field at University of Washington Stadium on Governors Day 1937
29 29a-d Marchers on field at University of Washington Stadium on Governors Day 1937
29 29b  Presentation on field at University of Washington Stadium on Governors Day 1937
30 30a  University of Washington football game at University of Washington Stadium circa 1934-1937
30 30b Marchers on field at University of Washington Stadium at Washington State College game
Written on page: Guil's Battery
circa 1934-1937
30 30c Washington State College Band on field at University of Washington Stadium circa 1934-1937
30 30d  Man atop makeshift raft on Canyon Lake 1934-1937
31 31a Man fishing atop makeshift raft on Canyon Lake circa 1934-1937
31 31b Virginia Riddle 1934
31 31c Waterfall near Verlot, WA circa 1934-1937
31 31d  Heather Lake circa 1934-1937
32 32 Newspaper article
Newspaper clipping not attached to the photograph album. Article lists names of Everett students leaving for Washington State College and the University of Washington the week the article was written.
August 1936

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Visual Materials Collections (University of Washington)