George F. Cotterill Papers, 1839-1958  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Cotterill, George F. (George Fletcher), 1865-1958
Title
George F. Cotterill Papers
Dates
1839-1958 (inclusive)
Quantity
12.78 cubic ft.
Collection Number
0038
Summary
Washington State senator, Seattle mayor, moral reformer, surveyor, and engineer.
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

Open to all users.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Civil servant, elected official, moral reformer, surveyor, and engineer, George Fletcher Cotterill helped shape the city of Seattle in the literal as well as the figurative sense.

Cotterill was born in England to Alice and Robert Cotterill on Nov. 18, 1865. In 1872, the Cotterill family immigrated to the United States and settled in Montclair, New Jersey. Cotterill graduated from high school as class valedictorian in 1881, and studied surveying and engineering under the tutelage of a New Jersey county engineer for the next three years. During this time he participated in the platting and construction of Arlington cemetery.

Cotterill migrated to the Pacific Northwest in 1884. For several years he worked as a surveyor on various land, mining, and railroad projects before being hired by surveyor R.H. Thomson. With Thomson, Cotterill surveyed for the city's first sewer system and platted additions to rapidly expanding Seattle. When Thomson was appointed city engineer in 1882, Cotterill became his assistant. Among his responsibilities as assistant city engineer, Cotterill was assigned to the city water department and became instrumental in the development of the Cedar River water supply. The city, needing a fresher and less expensive source of water than the Lake Washington pumping system, approved the Cedar River gravity system in the mid 1890s. At the time, the city was out of funds to pay for the new water system, and Cotterill, a member of the task force responsible for improving Seattle's water supply, proposed the novel revenue bond system for municipal ownership of public utilities. The first of its kind in the United States, this public utilities plan was approved by citizen vote in 1896. Cotterill was also involved in the project to convert the tide flats south of the city into property capable of development.

Cotterill's advocacy of public utilities drew him into the political arena. In 1900 the nonpartisan party, through which he was promoting public utilities, nominated him for mayor. Cotterill accepted the nomination contingent on backing from the Democratic Party, which he received, and he ran as a Democratic candidate. Though Cotterill had grown up a Republican, the recent campaign of William Jennings Bryan had made him a Democrat. Cotterill did not win this election or the next, but in 1906 he ran for the state senate and won. One of his principal accomplishments while in office was the framing of the successful amendment to the Washington State constitution recognizing female suffrage. Because of this amendment, he recalled later with pride, his mother had been able to cast a ballot for the first time at the age of 75. Cotterill received the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate in 1908 and again in 1910, but lost both times.

In 1912 Cotterill again ran for mayor, this time on a platform demanding moral reform. In an "open" city where vice had flourished since the Klondike gold rush, his campaign targeted Hiram Gill's legacy of graft in city government as well as rampant prostitution and gambling houses. Cotterill won this election, helped in part by the new ability of women to vote. Cotterill's term was punctuated by conflict and controversy, due to corruption in municipal government and the police department, labor unrest, an unsympathetic Seattle Times , and other causes. He regularly confronted opposition to his moral reform agenda, which was for the most part driven by strong temperance beliefs.

At the center of Cotterill's commitment to moral reform was his life-long crusade on behalf of temperance. His parents had joined the United Kingdom Temperance Alliance in 1865, consequently indoctrinating Cotterill from birth. As a child in England, Cotterill attended the local chapter his mother had formed of the Band of Hope, an organization for children's temperance education. Cotterill attended his first convention of the International Order of Good Templars in 1897 and remained involved in this organization for the rest of his life. He served for a time as Grand Secretary of the Washington State division and later as Chief Templar of the national division. In addition to his work with the Templars, he was a member of the Anti-Saloon League. In 1909, Cotterill was appointed by President Taft as U.S. representative to the International Congress against Alcoholism; in 1913 President Wilson reappointed him.

Cotterill did not seek a second term as mayor; instead he worked as a surveyor and engineer in private practice. From 1916 to 1919 he served as chief engineer of the state Highway Department. He returned to Seattle politics in 1922, running for Seattle port commissioner. He won, and served four consecutive three-year terms, 1922 to 1934.

Following his port commissioner post, Cotterill ran unsuccessfully for at least five various city and state offices between 1932 and 1951. He also ran for governor in 1928. Besides these campaigns, Cotterill worked a variety of jobs. Many of these were temporary positions, such as his position as consultant to the State Planning Council, and Cotterill faced some financial difficulty during the depression. He met with marginal success in his endeavors to get work under the WPA, in large part due to his advanced age. But Cotterill kept working, retiring at 84 only because he was forced out of his job as draftsman in the King County Assessor's office by a new county regulation of compulsory retirement for all employees over 70.

Cotterill was also active civically. He was a founding member of the Queen City Good Roads Club, and served as chairman of the paths committee. He was responsible for designing, surveying, and laying out over 25 miles of bicycle paths throughout Seattle, which became the basis of the city's boulevard system. He also wrote on Seattle and Northwest history, and in 1928 he published The Climax of a World Quest , a history of Puget Sound.

Cotterill's entire immediate family eventually migrated to the Puget Sound area. Cotterill married Cora Gormley in 1890, and in 1892 daughter Ruth was born. Ruth died in 1900, and George and Cora had no more children of their own. They did, however, raise a niece, Marjorie Avery nee Smith, as a foster daughter. Cora died in 1936 and Cotterill later married Katherine Owens. He died in 1958, at 92.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The George Cotterill papers encompass a broad array of subjects including Cotterill's involvement in the temperance movement, Seattle municipal government, Washington state politics, and his career as a surveyor and engineer. Personal and family life is represented to a limited degree through letters, diaries of relatives, memoirs, and photographs. The strength of this collection is in the diversity of materials it contains, offering rich sources about a dynamic time in Seattle's history. In particular, turn of the century Seattle politics is revealed through Cotterill's correspondence, writings, and various printed materials that he collected, as well as through his scrapbooks of campaign clippings. Also evident in the papers, principally in letters, writings and other documents relating to Cotterill's occupation as a surveyor and engineer, is Seattle's rapid growth in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century in terms of its population, industry, and infrastructure.

This collection may present a challenge to users, however, in terms of the headings materials are filed under. The inventory listing does not always adequately detail what is actually in each file, and so it is easy to overlook items of significance. Users are cautioned to peruse folders carefully and to not rely too heavily on the inventory.

Accession no. 38-1 spans 1839-1954; however, bulk dates are 1895-1930. This accession begins with a biographical series that includes memoirs written by Cotterill, a completed biographical sketch form, and personal items belonging to Cotterill such as passports and membership cards. Genealogical materials of Cora Gormley Cotterill are also present. This series provides information about other subjects as well. One item of note appears to be a draft of a report pertaining to a blowout in the Cedar River dam in 1918. In it Cotterill relates a general history of the Cedar River water and power supply projects and the extent to which he was involved in them, both as an engineer and later as mayor.

Correspondence comprises approximately one third of this accession. Cotterill's manifold involvements in civic and political arenas are well documented in this series, and if perused carefully, it is a rich fund of information regarding Seattle's development. Letters are filed alphabetically under name of correspondent or simply in a "miscellaneous" file for each letter of the alphabet. It should be noted that the "miscellaneous" headings do not imply material of apparent lesser interest; they, too, contain much information pertinent to the activities of Cotterill and the development of Seattle.

Cotterill's career as an engineer for the city, state, and in private practice is documented in the correspondence series, but rather sporadically. Letters written to or relating to Cotterill as a city engineer can be found in the "Seattle. City Engineer" file (7/8), as well as other various correspondence files. Many letters pertain to Seattle's infrastructure development and discuss topics such as the construction and maintenance of Seattle's street cars and the development of the tide flats. The Cedar River water and power supply project is also documented in the correspondence. Outgoing letters include "A statement concerning the proposed Cedar River water supply system," unsigned but probably written by Cotterill, and a placating letter that Cotterill wrote to J. McGilvra, who was initially suspicious of the public ownership of utilities. Incoming letters from his term as chief engineer of state highways (1916 to 1919), as well as from his private practice are dispersed throughout the correspondence, filed by name of sender. Letters from R.H. Thomson span more than twenty years, loosely outlining the relationship of the two engineers.

Cotterill as mayor is partially represented in this collection; most of his mayoral records are located at the Seattle Municipal Archives. Nevertheless the papers contain a fair amount of information regarding his mayoralty, most of it present in both the incoming and outgoing correspondence.

Of particular note are letters documenting Cotterill's efforts to get vice and corruption in hand. In the "Seattle, Police Department" file (7/13), there is a report to chief of police Claude Bannick, forwarded to Mayor Cotterill, from an officer working to uncover gambling operations. The officer identifies police who accept payoffs and summarizes a plot uncovered by the investigation to drive a wedge between the mayor and the chief of police. Additionally, in the miscellaneous "M" file and elsewhere, there are several letters from mayors and police chiefs from other cities responding to Cotterill's request that they review an ordinance that prescribes penalties for police officers, presumably enacted under Gill's administration. Responses all state that the ordinance is unknown to them and one asserts that it is a deliberate measure to hinder law enforcement, enacted on behalf of the criminal. In an outgoing letter written to Bannick on his retirement as chief of police, Cotterill praises him for remaining honest in the face of such vicious corruption.

Other controversial events of Cotterill's mayoral term include the requested resignation of R.H. Ober, superintendent of buildings, believed by Cotterill to be abusing his position in the interpretation of building codes. The public works file contains general correspondence on this subject, and includes a letter from Ober that refutes charges made against him.

The many congratulatory letters Cotterill received upon his election in 1912 reflect his constituency to some degree. Also reflected in these letters is Cotterill's image as an upstanding civil servant; a couple of letters from citizens claim that though they didn't vote for him on account of his radical views, they still wished to applaud him and pledge their support.

Correspondence to Cotterill as state senator (1907-1911) is limited; however, there are quite a few letters from citizens to Cotterill while he was in office that request his attention to various issues and problems. Correspondence from Cotterill's four terms as port commissioner (1922-1934) is limited as well.

As a politician, Cotterill's relationship with the voting public is indicated in the correspondence. One letter from a citizen asks Cotterill to state his position on various issues, which he does in his own hand on the same letter. A lengthy thank you from the same citizen follows. There is at least one other letter from a different person thanking Cotterill for responding to a similar request. Democratic Party Correspondence is useful for a broad picture of Seattle politics, and includes copies and drafts of platform statements from various years.

Cotterill's major correspondent was Robert Montgomery, editor of the Puyallup Valley Herald . Cotterill regularly wrote editorials and other pieces for the Herald . The letters discuss political issues as they relate to the press and ask Cotterill for articles on various topics or for revisions to submitted articles. This correspondence, dating from 1916 to 1936, documents a friendship over many years. Additional letters from Montgomery, who served for a time as a University of Washington regent, can be found in the University of Washington files. Articles that Cotterill wrote for the Puyallup Valley Herald are in the Speeches and Writings series.

Letters regarding temperance and prohibition are plentiful and include correspondence from the Anti-Saloon League of America and other prohibition groups. There are also many letters from individual members of the International Order of Good Templars (I.O.T.G.) filed by the name of the individual. Anything on official I.O.T.G. letterhead is in the I.O.T.G. subgroup.

Correspondence also contains information about the Queen City Good Roads Club; both the miscellaneous "D" and the University of Washington files contain club petitions to build or maintain bicycle paths.

Family correspondence is minimal, but there are a number of letters from Cotterill's brothers Frank and Roland, both of whom discuss current issues of the day. Outgoing correspondence also includes a notebook recording in- and out-going letters that appears to have belonged to Alice Cotterill, George's mother.

Legislative records include Washington senate and house bills, at least twelve of which were introduced by Cotterill. Also included are Seattle city ordinances, some relating to the city's infrastructure. One in particular is a street naming ordinance that gives the old and new names of Seattle streets and the rationale for the changes. Also among them is an ordinance against unreasonable search and seizure by law enforcement, dated Dec. 1912.

Legal papers are comprised of a miscellany of documents both public and private. Among them is the Queen City Good Roads Club agreement to incorporate, signed by the fourteen founders. Another, more complete copy of this agreement can be found in the court papers series. There are also many real estate contracts, agreements, and mortgage documents in this series that provide information about Cotterill's apparently frequent property sales. Also, multiple blank "surrender of contract of sale" forms for property in the tide lands indicate Cotterill's involvement in the tide flats project while a city engineer. Various bills of sale are also present; at least two are for timber from Cotterill's land. Another from 1892 records the sale of the Washington Temperance magazine by Cotterill and a partner to the "American Publishing Company" for $600. More material regarding this transaction is in the financial records series.

The engineering and survey notes represent a variety of projects worked on by Cotterill, especially Seattle's extension into the tide flats.

The ephemera series is an added source of information about Cotterill's campaigns and Seattle politics in general. There are many examples of Cotterill's campaign ephemera, as well as ephemera from other candidates. A number of political flyers are also present. A pamphlet from the "Bolo Club," a veteran's organization, offers an alternate take on Cotterill; several paragraphs are devoted to underlining Cotterill's shortcomings. There is also one unused Republican ticket from Washington's 1889 gubernatorial election. Prohibition and Seattle/Northwest development are also represented in the ephemera.

The court papers series include a deposition given by Joseph Lyons, Cotterill's opponent in the 1907 senatorial election, regarding a controversy that led the Republican Party to demand a recount after Cotterill's victory.

The speeches and writings series contain material from the broad range of Cotterill's career. Political writings and speeches are numerous, and include a transcript of a debate between A. Scott Bullitt and Cotterill on amending the Volstead Law. There are many articles and stories about Seattle and Northwest history, including drafts of The Climax of a World Quest . Also in this series are a number of Cotterill's speeches and writings as port commissioner.

The lists, maps, charts, and graphs files are comprised of sundry items pertaining to Cotterill's assorted projects and jobs. Included here are examples of the "Pacific Planisphere" map of the world, designed by Cotterill to better serve Pacific trade and commerce.

Cotterill's diaries and notebooks contain miscellaneous notes and record daily activities, and are generally not of a personal nature. Rare exceptions include two diary entries surrounding Cora's death in Feb. 1936. There is also a journal that Cotterill kept during his trip to Switzerland in 1897.

Scrapbooks include one substantial volume of clippings from Cotterill's 1900 campaign for mayor. More political and other clippings were kept in another book, and a third scrapbook with many temperance clippings appears to have belonged to Cotterill's mother.

Subgroups represent some of Cotterill's major activities. The International Order of Good Templars is the largest subgroup, the bulk being chiefly correspondence from national and international branches of the organization, spanning 1890-1949. The other subgroups are small and contain mostly minutes from various meetings.

Family miscellany consists primarily of the diaries and correspondence of other family members. Most of the diaries were Robert Cotterill's. A landscape gardener and florist, his entries are largely horticultural notes. One exception is his diary from 1864, which covers a variety of subjects, including temperance.

Lucy Gearhart's interview notes are a good source of information about temperance movement history, as well as biographical information about Cotterill. Cotterill was also interviewed by the Seattle City Water Department for what he could tell of the history of the Cedar River water supply, and the transcript of this interview provides a detailed account of the development of public utilities in Seattle.

Accession no. 38-2 spans 1931-1958. It provides a sketch of Cotterill's later employment, through his last term as port commissioner and afterwards. His work for state and federal agencies is documented predominantly in correspondence. Letters reveal the difficulty Cotterill faced in getting hired under the Works Progress Administration and elsewhere due to his advanced age. Also apparent is the financial difficulty Cotterill confronted during the depression. Cotterill ran for port commissioner again in 1940, and a letter from a citizen in the "B" correspondence file asks Cotterill if he is "the same George Cotterill" who as past port commissioner had been caught dipping into port funds to save his own property. There is also an application for federal employment in the "miscellany" file, dated 1943, that gives a synopsis of Cotterill's long and varied career in his own words.

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Accession No. 0038-001: George F. Cotterill papers, 1890-1956Return to Top

10.26 cu. ft.

Scope and Content: Correspondence and related files, 1890-1956. Includes 24 letters to Newton McGraw (gift of Cora Cotterill) mostly written from McGrawsville, NY to Walworth County, WI; 1839-1848. The letters relate to life in Wisconsin and farming in New York.

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Acquisition Info: Purchased from Shorey Book Store

Container(s) Description Dates
Personal Papers
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 0038-001
Abstract of Ownership--Tide Lands
Abstract of Title
Box/Folder Accession
1/2 0038-001
Denny Park Edition
1/3 0038-001
Green Lake Home Edition
1/4 0038-001
Green Lake Home Edition
1/5 0038-001
Lot 4 of the North East 1/4
1/6 0038-001
Plot of Century Addition No. 2 West Seattle
1/7 0038-001
Queen Anne Sound View Edition
  • note list 171
  • note list 172
1/8 0038-001
Township 24, North, Range 4 East, W.M.
Box/Folder Accession
1/9-17 0038-001
Biographical Miscellanea about George F. Cotterill
1/18 0038-001
Biographical Notes & Data about Others
1/19 0038-001
Memorabilia
Correspondence-Incoming
Box/Folder Accession
1/20 0038-001 1904
1/21 0038-001
Alcatraz Co.
1901
1/22 0038-001
Allen, Arn S.
1891-1912
1/23 0038-001
Allen, James
1913-1914, n.d
1/24 0038-001
Allied Prohibition Forces of Seattle
1932
1/25 0038-001
Allison, William B.
1900-1911
1/26-28 0038-001
American Association of Port Authorities
1923-1931
1/29 0038-001 1930, 1932
1/30 0038-001 1939
1/31-32 0038-001
American Order Sons of St. George
1928, 1943, 1936
1/33 0038-001
American Federation of Labor
1912, 1918
1/34 0038-001
Americans for Democratic Action
1/35 0038-001
Amos, William F.
1905-1906
1/36 0038-001
Ancient Order of United Workmen of Washington
1917-1919, 1930
2/1 0038-001
Anti-Al Smith Democratic Organ
2/2-9 0038-001 1902-1932
2/10 0038-001
Anti-Saloon League of Oklahoma
1911
2/11-13 0038-001 1911-1929, undated
2/14-18 0038-001
"A" Miscellaneous
2/19 0038-001
Black, William W.
1920
2/20 0038-001 1928
2/21 0038-001
Bothwell, James
1901-1907
2/22 0038-001
Bowadish, J.R.
1923-1924, undated
2/23 0038-001
Brainerd, Erastus
1917
2/24 0038-001 1903-1917
2/25 0038-001
Bryan, James Wesley
1918, 1932
2/26 0038-001
Bryan, William Jennings
1909, 1917
2/27 0038-001
Bullitt, A. Scott
1926
2/28 0038-001
Butterworth Mortuary
1909-1928
2/29-42 0038-001
"B" Miscellaneous
2/43 0038-001
California Board of Harbor Commissioners
2/44 0038-001
Callahan, (S.) P.H.
1929-1930
2/45 0038-001
Calvin Phillips Company
1926-1932
2/46 0038-001
Case, Otto A.
1916-1926
2/47 0038-001
Chamber of Commerce, Wash. State
1930
2/48-49 0038-001
Chamber of Commerce, Seattle
1901-1930
2/50 0038-001
Charlton, Cora Chase
1931, undated
2/51 0038-001
Chase, S.B.
1892-1903
2/52 0038-001
Cherrington, Ernest H.
1920-1932
2/53 0038-001
Chittenden, Hiram Martin
undated
2/54 0038-001
Church, Charles P.
1907
2/55 0038-001 1904
2/56 0038-001
Citizens Committee of One Thousand
1904, 1925-1931
2/57 0038-001
Clark, W.H.
1900-1906
2/58 0038-001 1907
2/59 0038-001
Clise Inventment Company
1900-1906
2/60 0038-001
Colburn, E.
1904
2/61 0038-001 1925-1926
2/62 0038-001
Colman Company
1901-1918
2/63 0038-001
Cotterill, Alice
1920-1932
2/64 0038-001
Cotterill, Cora
undated, 1920-1929
2/65-67 0038-001
Cotterill, Frank
undated, 1910-1918
2/68 0038-001
Cotterill, E. R.
n.d, 1928
2/69 0038-001
Cotterill, George H.
1953
2/70 0038-001
Cotterill, Robert
1900
2/71 0038-001
Cotterill, Roland W.
1917-1918
3/1 0038-001
Crowell, J. M.
1906
3/2 0038-001
Cushman, Francis W.
1904
3/3 0038-001
Cyclone Cycle Co.
1901
3/4-14 0038-001
"C" Miscellaneous
3/15 0038-001
Darwin, L. H.
1932
3/16 0038-001
Davies, D. Thomas
1920-1931
3/17 0038-001
Davis, Maude Greener
3/18-26 0038-001
Democratic Party
1900-1930, 1936, undated
3/27 0038-001
Denny, E. I.
1900-1902
3/28 0038-001
Dill, Clarence C.
1929-1932
3/29 0038-001
Dilling, George W.
1911-1912
3/30 0038-001
Direct Legislative League
1910-1917
3/31 0038-001
Dock & Harbor Authority
1925
3/32 0038-001
Donovan, James J.
1910, 1932
3/33 0038-001
Dorworth, George J.
1910-1912
3/34 0038-001
Drake, F. E.
1904-1910
3/35 0038-001
Dunlap, W. H.
1910
3/36 0038-001
Dunphy, William H.
1910-1912
3/37 0038-001
Durkee, J. H.
1906-1910
3/38 0038-001
Dutton, W. C.
1909
3/39-41 0038-001
3/42 0038-001
Eaglestone, Joseph
1918-1926
3/43 0038-001
Eaglestone, Walter
1919-1921
3/44 0038-001
Edgerton, R. R.
1901-1903
3/45 0038-001 1918
3/46 0038-001
Everett Local Option
1910
3/47-48 0038-001
3/49-51 0038-001
Fairchild, John A.
1900-1901
3/52 0038-001
Fidelity Trust Company
1899-1900
3/53 0038-001
Finley, William J.
1905-1906
3/54 0038-001
Fisher, Irving
1917-1928
3/55-57 0038-001
Fisken, Archibald J.
1907-1928
3/58 0038-001
Forehand, Harry R.
1920, undated
3/59 0038-001
France, C. J.
1917
3/60-61 0038-001
Freemasons. Seattle
1920-1930
3/62 0038-001
Freemasons-Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine
undated, 1924-1930
4/1-7 0038-001
"F" Miscellaneous
4/8 0038-001
Garrecht, Francis A.
1919-1911
4/9 0038-001
Gilkey, J. A.
1902-1912
4/10 0038-001
Gormley, Matt H.
1910-1918
4/11 0038-001
Greensmith, Harry G.
undated, 1905-1910
4/12 0038-001
Griffiths, Austin E.
1913-1930
4/13 0038-001
Grow, A. F.
1892
4/14-17 0038-001
"G" Miscellaneous
4/18 0038-001
Hall, C. S.
1917-1923
4/19 0038-001
Hall, John L.
1912-1917
4/20 0038-001
Haring, Emily
1921-1930
4/21 0038-001
Hart, B. F.
1909-1912
4/22 0038-001
Hay, Marion E.
1911
4/23 0038-001
Hayler, Guy
1917-1918
4/24 0038-001
Hazzard, George H.
1903-1905
4/25-26 0038-001
Heller, Elsie B.
undated, 1924-1943
4/27 0038-001
Hinton, Richard
1900, undated
4/28 0038-001
Hodgdon, George N.
1918-1931
4/29 0038-001
Hoover (Herbert) for President Clubs
1920-1930
4/30 0038-001
Huff, C. A.
1915-1916
4/31 0038-001
Humphrey, William Ewart
1904-1909
4/32 0038-001
Hurley, William
1904-1920
4/33-38 0038-001
"H" Miscellaneous
4/39 0038-001
Ingalls, A. O.
1908
4/40 0038-001
International Prohibition Conference
1918
4/41 0038-001
International Reform Bureau
1909-1920
4/42 0038-001
"I" Miscellaneous
4/43 0038-001
Jemtegaard, O.
1910-1911
4/44-46 0038-001
Jones, Wesley Livsay
1917-1930
4/47-48 0038-001
"J" Miscellaneous
4/49 0038-001
Kaufman, W. H.
1904-1907
4/50 0038-001
Kelly, Charles T.
1905-1906
4/51-53 0038-001
"K" Miscellaneous
4/54 0038-001
Ladd Estate Company
1923-1925
4/55 0038-001
Landes, H. M.
1929
4/56 0038-001
Landon, Daniel
1910-1933
4/57 0038-001 1904
4/58 0038-001
Larson, Henry A.
1912-1917
4/59 0038-001
Laurelhurst Company
1917
5/1 0038-001
Lewis, James Hamilton
1906-1917
5/2 0038-001
Lister, Ernest
1909-1917
5/3 0038-001
Los Angeles, California Harbor Department
1925-1931
5/4-7 0038-001
"L" Miscellaneous
5/8 0038-001
McDonald, Donald A.
1909
5/9-10 0038-001
McHenry F. J.
1905-1911
5/11 0038-001
Macnamara, Charles A.
1906-1910
5/12 0038-001
Marron, F. C.
1930
5/13 0038-001
Mathes, Edward T.
1910-1926
5/14 0038-001
Matthews, Mark Allison
1909-1912, undated
5/15 0038-001
Metcalf, Ralph
1910
5/16 0038-001
Miller, John Franklin
1926-1928
5/17 0038-001
Miller, John Watterson
1907-1912
5/18-19 0038-001
Montclair Public Schools, Montclair, N.J.
undated, 1901-1930
5/20-44 0038-001
Montgomery, Robert
1916-1933
6/1 0038-001
Moody, Alvin S.
1929
6/2 0038-001
Moore, Lila H.
1890-1906
6/3 0038-001 1903-1932
6/4 0038-001
Muckler, C. E.
1914-1920
6/5 0038-001
Municipal League of Seattle
1917-1932
6/7 0038-001 1910-1911
6/8-12 0038-001
"M" Miscellaneous
6/13 0038-001
National Council for Prevention of War
1930-1931
6/14 0038-001
National Prohibition Press
1909
6/15 0038-001
National Temperance Bureau
1910-1927
6/16 0038-001
National Temperance Council
1917-1936
6/17 0038-001
Niver, George
1905-1927
6/18 0038-001
North Pacific Coast Passenger Office
1917-1918
6/19-23 0038-001
Northern Life Insurance Co.
1917-1932
6/24 0038-001
Northwest Rivers & Harbors Congress
1925-1930
6/25 0038-001
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
1919-1930
6/26-28 0038-001
"N" Miscellaneous
6/29 0038-001
Oettershagen, Amy & Martin
6/30-31 0038-001
"O" Miscellaneous
6/32 0038-001
Pacific & Far East Ports
1929-1931
6/33 0038-001
Pacific Coast Association of Port Authorities
1925
6/34 0038-001
Pacific Northwest Society of Engineers
1902-1916
6/35 0038-001
Patrons of Husbandry, Wash.
1907-1932
6/36 0038-001
Parry, Will H.
1913
6/37 0038-001
Paulhamus, Will H.
1911
6/38 0038-001
People's Party
1904
6/39 0038-001
Phelps, Bryon
1921
6/40 0038-001
Pioneer Association of Washington
1925-1930
6/41-42 0038-001
Plymouth Congregational Church
1928-1930
6/43 0038-001
Poindexter, Miles C.
1917-1921
6/44 0038-001
Presby, Winthrop
1909-1912
6/45 0038-001
Preston, Harold
1902-1918
6/46 0038-001
Public Utility Districts. Research and Information Service
1944
6/47 0038-001
6/48 0038-001
Puget Mill Co.
1904, 1907
6/49-51 0038-001
"P" Miscellaneous
6/52 0038-001
"Q" Miscellaneous
6/53 0038-001
Race, Hattie
1933, undated
6/54 0038-001
Rader, L. E.
1900-1902
6/55 0038-001
Revelle, Thomas P.
1926
6/56 0038-001
Robins, A. H.
1907-1931
6/57 0038-001
Rogers, John R.
1901
6/58 0038-001
Resendale, D. M.
1903
6/59 0038-001
Rothfuchs, C. S.
1910-1912
6/60 0038-001
Ryan, George E.
1917-1926
7/1-3 0038-001
"R" Miscellaneous
7/4 0038-001
Sayre, J. W.
1911
7/5 0038-001
Schwellenbach, Lewis B.
1924
7/6 0038-001
Scientific Temperance Federation
1910, undated
7/7 0038-001
Seattle. City Council
1897-1918
7/8 0038-001 1895-1930
7/9 0038-001
Seattle. Health & Sanitation Dept.
1912-1913
7/10 0038-001
Seattle. Public Library
1926-1930
7/11 0038-001
Seattle. Mayor
1914-1926
7/12 0038-001 1926-1928
7/13 0038-001 1912-1913
7/14-15 0038-001
Seattle. Port Commission
1917-1932
7/16 0038-001
Seattle. Public Utilities Dept.
1911
7/17 0038-001
Seattle. Public Works Dept.
1910-1928
7/18 0038-001
7/19 0038-001
Seattle & Lake Washington Waterway Co.
1900
7/20 0038-001
Seattle Commercial Club
1907-1909
7/21 0038-001
Seattle National Bank
1918-1920
7/22 0038-001
Seattle Peace Society
1927-1930
7/23 0038-001
Seattle Post Intelligencer
1896-1925
7/24 0038-001
Seattle Times
1901-1910
7/25 0038-001
Schoenfeld & Sons
1917-1930
7/26 0038-001
Shorrock, Edward
1909-1918
7/27 0038-001
Skinner, Isabel
undated, 1931, 1943
7/28 0038-001
Smith, Marjorie (Avery)
7/29 0038-001
State Prohibition Committee
undated
7/30 0038-001
Steele, William C.
1908-1934
7/31 0038-001
Strong, Sydney
1925
7/32 0038-001
Sweeney, B.
1916-1918
7/33-39 0038-001
"S" Miscellaneous
8/1 0038-001
Thompson, David P.
1925-1926
8/2 0038-001
Thomson, Reginald H.
1909-1930
8/3 0038-001
Thompson, W. J.
8/4 0038-001
Titlow, A. R.
1920
8/5 0038-001
Titus, Hermon F.
1906
8/6 0038-001
Tolman, Warren W.
1904-1913
8/7 0038-001
Troy, Preston M.
1916-1928
8/8 0038-001
Tucker, Wilmont
1904-1923
8/9 0038-001
Turner, George
1901-1920
8/10-11 0038-001
"T" Miscellaneous
8/12 0038-001
United States Army Corps of Engineers
1904-1935
8/13 0038-001
United States Labor Department
1917-1920
8/14 0038-001
United States Library of Congress
1930
8/15 0038-001
United States State Department
1818-1842
8/16 0038-001
United States Work Projects Administration
1935
8/17-18 0038-001
United States Miscellaneous
8/19 0038-001
Uren, William S.
1908
8/20 0038-001
"U" Miscellaneous
8/21 0038-001
Vancouver, B.C. Harbor Commission
1929-1930
8/22 0038-001
Van Waters, William
1905-1907
8/23 0038-001
"V" Miscellaneous
8/24 0038-001
Walker, Anne S.
1917
8/25 0038-001
Walker, Cyrus
1903-1904
8/26 0038-001
Washington State. Attorney General
1908-1924
8/27 0038-001
Washington State. Highway Department
1919-1926
8/28 0038-001
Washington State. Commissioner of Lands
1899-1904
8/29 0038-001
Washington State. State, Secretary of
1920-1932
8/30 0038-001
Washington State. Historical Society
1928-1929
8/31-33 0038-001 1900-1936
8/34 0038-001
Washington State Federation of Labor
1911
8/35 0038-001
Watkins, S. C. G.
1928-1930
8/36 0038-001
Weare, Edithe
8/37 0038-001
Wells, Charles William
1905
8/38 0038-001
Wenatchee Canal Co.
ca. 1900
8/39 0038-001
White, H. M.
1910-1911
8/40 0038-001
Whitworth, Frederick H.
1917-1919
8/41 0038-001
Williams, S. A.
1905-1906
8/42 0038-001
Wills, Edith M.
1911
8/43 0038-001
Wilson, Woodrow
1911
8/44 0038-001
Women's Christian Temperance Union
1905-1932
8/45 0038-001
Woodmen of the World
1901
8/46 0038-001
Wooten, Dudley G.
1924
8/47 0038-001
World Prohibition Federation
1922-1947
8/48 0038-001
Wylie, Willard O.
1924-1925
8/49 0038-001
Washington State. Miscellaneous
1947
8/50-53 0038-001
9/1 0038-001
Yantis, George F.
1932
9/2 0038-001
Yesler, (Henry) Estate, Inc.
1901
9/3 0038-001
Yost, Helen & Al
9/4-5 0038-001
Young Men's Christian Association
1917-1931
9/6 0038-001
"Y" Miscellaneous
9/7-11 0038-001
Letters congratulating Cotterill on election to mayor's office
1912
9/12-16 0038-001
Miscellaneous-undetermined
9/17-18 0038-001
Correspondence-Outgoing
Box/Folder Accession
9/19 0038-001 1891-1898
9/20-39 0038-001 1900-1925
10/1-9 0038-001
Outgoing letters
1925-1953
10/10 0038-001
Outgoing letters, incomplete
10/11-12 0038-001
Outgoing letters
undated
10/13 0038-001
Correspondence record of Alice Cotterill
box:oversize Accession
28 0038-001
Certificates
1912-1936
Box/Folder
11/1 0038-001
Naturalization certificate
11/2-11 0038-001
Legislation, Washington House & Senate bills, 7 resolutions
1907-1911
11/12-13 0038-001
11/14-27 0038-001
Legal documents (agreements, will, etc.)
11/28-31 0038-001
Engineering & survey notes & memos
Ephemera
Box/Folder Accession
12/1 0038-001
Untitled
12/2 0038-001
Cotterill, George F. for: Congress & Senator
12/3 0038-001
Cotterill, George F. for: Lieutenant Governor + Governor
12/4 0038-001
Cotterill, George F. for: Mayor
12/5 0038-001
12/6 0038-001
Democratic Party
12/7-8 0038-001
12/9 0038-001
Inter Harbor Navigation Canal, New Orleans
1923
12/10 0038-001
New Cascade Tunnel
12/11 0038-001
Our Great Restricted District Under Mayor Gill
12/12-14 0038-001
Political candidates
12/15 0038-001
Printed chairman manual
12/16-18 0038-001
Prohibition
12/19 0038-001
Puyallup Valley Tribune
1929
12/20 0038-001
Referendum 25
12/21 0038-001
What Visitors Mean to Seattle
12/22-25 0038-001
Miscellaneous
12/26-27 0038-001
box:oversize Accession
28 0038-001
Campaign Posters
1931, undated
Box/Folder
12/28-30 0038-001
Court Papers
12/31 0038-001
Financial Records. Miscellaneous
12/32-33 0038-001
Petition re: His Candidacy for Port Commissioner
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder Accession
13/1 0038-001
After the Fire (to the) American Association of Port Authorities in Convention at Quebec
1931
13/1 0038-001
American Engineer in Europe
13/2-11 0038-001
Climax of a World Quest
13/12 0038-001
Calendar Reform
13/13-15 0038-001
Cotterill, George F. Campaign speeches
13/16 0038-001 1925
13/17 0038-001
Forty Years of Statehood-Washington
13/18 0038-001
Gold Backed by Silver Lining
13/18 0038-001
Golden Rule School Days
13/18 0038-001
Good Work--Well Done
13/18 0038-001
Grand Opera House Building Fire
13/19 0038-001
Great Discovery Days in the Pacific Northwest
13/19 0038-001
Harbor & Waterways
13/19 0038-001
Inter-Oceanic Canal
1904
13/19 0038-001
Keeping Salt Water Out of Lock Controlled Waterways
1912
13/20 0038-001
Labor Day of the Plural Pronoun
1918
13/20 0038-001
Labor Day Address
1918
13/21 0038-001
Lewis, James Hamilton-Personal Recollections of His Pioneer Years
13/21 0038-001
Liquor Problem in All Ages
13/21 0038-001
Local History
14/1 0038-001
May Days of Rememberence
14/1 0038-001
Memorable May-Days
14/1 0038-001
Modern Globe for the North Pacific Era
14/1 0038-001
N.R.A. "We Do Our Part"
14/1 0038-001
Pioneers Puget Sound & Seattle
14/2 0038-001
Political
14/3 0038-001
Port of Seattle
14/4 0038-001
Prefatory on Temperance Lines
14/4 0038-001
President Makes Money Talk
14/4 0038-001
Prohibition
14/5 0038-001
Roosevelt Rules Out Plunder
14/5 0038-001
Seattle Mayoralty Mix-up
14/5 0038-001
Snoqualmie Falls Power Plant
14/5 0038-001
State Districting
14/5 0038-001
State Highway Maintainance Under the Law of 1917
14/6 0038-001
Story of Seattle
14/6 0038-001
Tax Emergency & the Supreme Court Vacancy
14/6 0038-001
Initiative 94 & Separation of State & Local Revenue
14/6 0038-001
Vancouver's Journal
14/6 0038-001
Washington State Publicity
14/6 0038-001
What Part Has an Engineer in the Development of a Municipality Such as Seattle?
14/7 0038-001
The Value of Educational Opportunity, & miscellaneous
14/8-13 0038-001
Written for Montgomery
14/14-17 0038-001
Miscellaneous
14/14-17 0038-001
Miscellaneous speeches & writings
14/14-17 0038-001
Miscellaneous-incomplete
14/14-17 0038-001
Duplicates
14/18 0038-001
Port of Seattle
15/1-6 0038-001
Miscellaneous
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
15/7 0038-001
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition
1906
15/8 0038-001 1890-1895, 1912
15/9 0038-001
Box/Folder Accession
15/10-19 0038-001
Lists (precinct, election results, rosters, etc.)
15/20-26 0038-001
Maps, charts, graphs
General Notes: See also oversize.
Box
16 0038-001
Diary
7 vol.
1897, 1902, 1921, 1923, 1936, 1940, 1945
16 0038-001
Fishing date book
1937-1940
17 0038-001
Notebooks & autograph books
7 vol.
Box/Folder
18/1-4 0038-001
Clippings
Box
18 0038-001
Scrapbooks
19 0038-001
Scrapbooks, 1900 election & miscellaneous
box:oversize
28 0038-001
Typographical maps, plat maps, contour maps (Seattle), Cotterill's "Planisphere Projection" of the world, poster, memorabilia
General Notes: Oversize pkg. 29.
International Order of Good Templars
Box/Folder Accession
23/1 0038-001
Clippings
Correspondence-Incoming
Box/Folder Accession
23/2-3 0038-001
International Superintendent of Juvenile Work
1909-1952
23/4-9 0038-001
International Supreme Lodge
1901-1949, undated
23/10-24 0038-001
International Supreme Lodge. Secretary
23/25 0038-001
International Supreme Lodge Session, Copenhagen, Denmark
1920
23/26 0038-001
Mutual Benefit Association
1905-1930
23/27 0038-001
International Order of Good Templars Grand Lodge of Australia & Canada
23/28 0038-001
International Order of Good Templars Grand Lodge of England
1909-1930
23/29-31 0038-001
International Order of Good Templars Grand Lodge of Germany
1919-1930
23/32 0038-001
International Order of Good Templars Grand Lodge of Holland
1919-1929
23/33 0038-001
International Order of Good Templars Grand Lodge of India
1910-1927
23/34 0038-001
International Order of Good Templars Grand Lodge, miscellaneous-foreign countries
24/1-11 0038-001
International Order of Good Templars Grand Lodge of United States
1909-1947
24/12-26 0038-001
International Order of Good Templars Grand Lodge of United States, Secretary
1905-1924
Box/Folder Accession
24/27 0038-001
Arizona
1906
24/28 0038-001
California
1906-1931
24/29 0038-001
Colorado
1905-1906
24/30 0038-001
Florida
1906-1911
24/31 0038-001
Illinois
1902-1925
24/32 0038-001
Indiana
1905-1906
24/33 0038-001
Iowa
1909-1922
24/34 0038-001
Kansas
1906-1910
24/35 0038-001
Maine
1905-1929
24/36 0038-001
Maryland
1947
24/37 0038-001
Massachusetts
1910-1925
24/38 0038-001
Michigan
1906
24/39 0038-001
Minnesota
1896-1923
24/40 0038-001
Montana
1899-1917
24/41 0038-001
Nebraska
1890
24/42 0038-001
Nevada
1905-1911
24/43 0038-001
New Hampshire
1898-1909
24/44 0038-001
New Jersey
1901-1924
24/45 0038-001
New York
1905-1926
24/46 0038-001
North Dakota
1892-1910
24/47 0038-001
Ohio
1905-1911
24/48-49 0038-001
Oregon
1906-1911
24/50 0038-001
Pennsylvania
1912
24/51 0038-001
South Dakota
1905-1906
24/52 0038-001
Texas
1906
24/53 0038-001
Vermont
1909-1910
25/1-7 0038-001
Washington
1890-1935, undated
25/8-9 0038-001
Wisconsin
1900-1912
25/10 0038-001
Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
25/11-15 0038-001
Ephemera
25/16 0038-001
Financial Records, United States
1909-1910
25/17 0038-001
Legal Documents
25/18 0038-001
Minutes. International Supreme Lodge & others
1925
Reports
1890-1929, n.d
Box/Folder Accession
25/19 0038-001
United States
1910
25/20-22 0038-001
Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
25/23 0038-001
Miscellaneous
25/24 0038-001
Duplicates
Queen City Good Roads Club
Box/Folder Accession
26/1 0038-001
Minutes
1897-1899
Box/Folder Accession
26/2 0038-001
Puget Sound Flood Control Council
1935
26/3 0038-001
Seattle City Planning Commission
1926
Seattle Port Commission
Box/Folder Accession
26/4-8 0038-001
Minutes and notes
1922-1934
Cotterill Family
Incoming Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
26/9-17 0038-001
To Cotterill, Cora (Mrs. George F.)
1901-1935, undated
26/18 0038-001
To Avery, Marjorie
1915-1917, undated
26/19 0038-001
To Gormley, Mrs. Henry
1909-1912, undated
26/20 0038-001
To Cotterill, Katherine (Mrs. George F.)
1953, undated
26/21-23 0038-001
To McGraw, Newton
1839-1848, undated
26/24 0038-001
Unidentified
Box/Folder Accession
26/25 0038-001
Legal Documents - Clerk's (?) record of court cases
1846-1848
27/1 0038-001
Band of Good Hope - Rules and regulations
ca. 1860
Diaries
Box/Folder Accession
27/2 0038-001
Cotterill, Emily
1886
27/3 0038-001
Cotterill, Robert (incomplete)
1858-1859
27/4 0038-001
Cotterill, Robert
1860, 1862-1869
27/5 0038-001
Cotterill, Robert
1864
27/6 0038-001
Cotterill, Robert
1872, 1876
27/7 0038-001
Cotterill, Robert
1883, 1884
27/8 0038-001
Cotterill, Robert
1886-1893
27/9 0038-001
Cotterill, Robert
1898-1900
27/10 0038-001
Cotterill, Robert
1899, 1908
Gearhart, Lucy
Box/Folder Accession
27/11-14 0038-001
Notes of Mrs. Gearhart from her interview with George F. Cotterill
27/15 0038-001

Accession No. 0038-002: George F. Cotterill papers, 1931-1958Return to Top

2.52 cu. ft. (6 boxes)

Scope and Content: Correspondence, clippings, ephemera, financial records, legal documents, miscellany, notes, photographs, reports, speeches and writings.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Container(s) Description Dates
Personal Papers
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 0038-002
Allied Youth
1939-1951
1/2 0038-002
American Association of the United Nations
1948-1952
1/3 0038-002
American Civil Liberties Union
1954
1/4 0038-002
American Order Sons of St. George
1933-1946
1/5 0038-002
Americans for Democratic Action
1950-1951
1/6 0038-002
Ancient Order of United Workmen
1934-1940
1/7 0038-002
Angrove, T. R.
1937
1/8 0038-002
Anti-Saloon League of America
1933-1937
1/9 0038-002
Atkins, Frank R.
1941-1943
1/10-12 0038-002
Avery, Marjorie (Mrs. Paul J.)
1935-1953
1/13 0038-002
Avery, Paul J., Jr.
1938-1945
1/14 0038-002
A-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
1/14 0038-002
A-1 Stamp Works
undated
1/14 0038-002
Alexander, Paul
1954
1/14 0038-002
Allen, Arn S.
1934
1/14 0038-002
Allen, Charles S.
1941
1/14 0038-002
Aluminum Life Time Shingle Co.
1953
1/14 0038-002
American Businessmen's Research Foundation
1941
1/14 0038-002
American Forestry Association
1939
1/14 0038-002
American Issue Publishing Co.
1947
1/14 0038-002
American Geographical Society
1933
1/14 0038-002
American League for a Free Palestine Committee
1944
1/15 0038-002
American Palestine Committee
1943
1/15 0038-002
American Shore and Beach Preservation Association
1939
1/15 0038-002
Ames, Charles (and Mabel)
1936
1/15 0038-002
Andrews, Lawrence F.
1933
1/15 0038-002
Ashby, Paul H.
1943
1/16 0038-002
Bartlett, Mark
1944
1/17 0038-002
Bell, McNeill and Bowles
1938-1940
1/18 0038-002
Benson, Ruth
1934-1942
1/19 0038-002
Bolton, Frederick E.
1949
1/20 0038-002
Bone, Homer T.
1936-1942
1/21 0038-002
Bowdish, Blanche
1935-1936
1/22 0038-002
Bowdish, John R.
1935-1936
1/23 0038-002
British American Association of Washington
1946-1947
1/24 0038-002
Bryan and Arthur
1942
1/25 0038-002
Bull, Harry E (Mrs.)
1941-1942
1/26 0038-002
Burke's Landed Gentry
1937-1940
1/27 0038-002
Burton, S. L. (Mrs.)
1941-1942
1/28 0038-002
Byrne, Carl A.
1944
1/29 0038-002
B-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
1/29 0038-002
Bainbridge Review
1944
1/29 0038-002
Balkema, Peter
1938
1/29 0038-002
Barnum, Lydia
1940
1/29 0038-002
Benedicto, Oscar and Winnie
1936
1/29 0038-002
Bennett, C. G.
1936
1/29 0038-002
Bennett, G. Clinton
1942
1/29 0038-002
Boeing Airplane Company
1948
1/29 0038-002
Booth, Lawrence
1942
1/29 0038-002
Bray, Newton J.
1945
1/29 0038-002
Brayton, Annie C.
1938
1/29 0038-002
Brayton, Fannie E.
1938
1/29 0038-002
British & Northern Shipping Agency, Ltd.
1947
1/29 0038-002
British Consulate. Seattle
1948
1/29 0038-002
Bryan, James Wesley
1936
1/29 0038-002
Burwell (Anson) Class Association
1954
1/29 0038-002
Burwell and Morford
1949
1/29 0038-002
Butterworth (E.R.) & Sons, Inc.
1936
1/30 0038-002
Campbell, Lindsey & Elsie
1954
1/31 0038-002
Carlson, D. E.
1936
1/32 0038-002
Carroll, John E.
1941
1/33 0038-002
Chamber of Commerce, Seattle
1933-1936
1/34 0038-002
Chambers, Ed
1937-1947
1/35 0038-002
Chambers, Helen
1941
1/36 0038-002
Chandler, George
1933
1/37 0038-002
Churchill, Arthur H.
1947
1/38 0038-002
Citizen's Committee for a National War Service Act
undated
1/39 0038-002
Clark, Irving C.
1936-1948
1/40 0038-002
Collier (P.F.) & Son
1935-1936
1/41 0038-002
Common Council for American Unity
1940-1941
1/42 0038-002
Conover, Charles Tallmadge
1954
1/43 0038-002
Conover, Milton
1939
1/44 0038-002
Cotterill, Alice
1950
1/45 0038-002
Cotterill, Charles J. (Mr. & Mrs.)
1943
1/46 0038-002
Cotterill, Cora
1933-1935
1/47 0038-002
Cotterill, Family (Unidentified)
1898-1954
1/48 0038-002
Cotterill (Letters to/from others)
1911-1954
1/49 0038-002
Cotterill, George H.
1941-1948
1/50-51 0038-002
Cotterill, Katherine (Owens)
1940-1957
1/52-54 0038-002
Cotterill, Ronald H.
1941-1950
1/55 0038-002
Cotterill, Sidney Charles
1947
1/56 0038-002
Cotterill, William Matthew
1954
1/57 0038-002
Crawford, Harriet A.
1941
1/58 0038-002
Crehan, James
1934
1/59 0038-002
Croson, Johnson & Wheelon
1953
1/60 0038-002
Curtis, Alvin H.
1948-1950
1/60 0038-002
C-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
1/60 0038-002
Case, Charles R.
1946
1/60 0038-002
Catholic Action Youth
1949
1/60 0038-002
Chadwick, Laura M.
1936
1/60 0038-002
Childs, R. W.
1943
1/60 0038-002
Church, Laura R.
1935
1/60 0038-002
Churchill, Verne
1944
1/60 0038-002
Civilian War Commission
1943
1/60 0038-002
Clark, Frank Jones
1938
1/60 0038-002
Clemens, Cyril
1939
1/60 0038-002
Committee for a Jewish Army
1943
1/60 0038-002
Committee of "100"
1952
1/60 0038-002
Congregational Methodist Temple
1937
1/60 0038-002
Coy, Lillian M.
1935
1/60 0038-002
Crone, Annie M.
[1936?]
2/1 0038-002
Davies, Pearce
1933
2/2 0038-002
Davis, Maude Greener
1940-1949
2/3 0038-002
Dean, Edward S.
1937
2/4 0038-002
Democratic Party. King County
1938-1954
2/5 0038-002
Democratic Party. National Campaign Committee
1938
2/6 0038-002
Democratic Party. (Miscellaneous)
1944-1953
2/7 0038-002
Disbled American Veterans
undated
2/8 0038-002
Doolittle, H. J.
1942-1949
2/9 0038-002
Doubleday, Robert S.
1933-1939
2/10 0038-002
Duryee and Reese, Inc.
1932-1947
2/11 0038-002
D-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
2/11 0038-002
Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington
1943
2/11 0038-002
Dean Motor Company
1941
2/11 0038-002
DeMars, Jack V.
1934
2/11 0038-002
Douglas, R. W.
1944
2/11 0038-002
Dunn, Eileen
1940
2/11 0038-002
Dutcher, Helen Harris
1947
2/11 0038-002
Dutton, Elizabeth
1940
2/12 0038-002
Ehlers, Anna
1948-1949
2/13 0038-002
Engineer's Club
1938
2/14 0038-002
E-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
2/14 0038-002
Eaglestone, Walter
1933
2/14 0038-002
Emergency Committee to Save the Jewish People of Europe
1943
2/14 0038-002
Ellis, F. D.
undated
2/15 0038-002
Fact Magazine
1945
2/16 0038-002
Farmer's Automobile Inter-Insurance Exchange
1936-1939
2/17 0038-002
First National Bank of Seattle
1933-1934
2/18 0038-002
Forehand, Harry R.
1950
2/19 0038-002
Frazier, Raymond R.
1950
2/20 0038-002
Freemasons. Knights Templar
1936
2/21 0038-002
Freemasons. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine
1937-1941
2/22 0038-002
Freemasons. Order of Eastern Star
1933-1955
2/23 0038-002
Freemasons. Royal Arch Masters
1933-1953
2/24 0038-002
F-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
2/24 0038-002
Fahs, Margaret M.
1936-1940
2/24 0038-002
Flagg, A. E.
1936
2/24 0038-002
Forehand, John Vernon
1934
2/24 0038-002
Forehand, Lawrence H.
1941
2/24 0038-002
Forsyth, Jessie
1934
2/24 0038-002
Fremont Old Timers
1943
2/24 0038-002
Funk and Wagnalls Company
1933
2/25 0038-002
George (Henry) School of Social Science
1951
2/26 0038-002
Gisehut, Beth
1946-1949
2/27 0038-002
Gormley, Harriet C.
1936-1944
2/28 0038-002
Gormley, Matt H.
2/29 0038-002
Greensmith, Harry G.
1936-1940
2/30 0038-002
Griffiths, Austin E.
1951
2/31 0038-002
G-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
2/31 0038-002
Gaston, E. P.
1947
2/31 0038-002
Gauthier, Alvin
1948
2/31 0038-002
Glass, R. C. (Mrs.)
1936
2/31 0038-002
Goodland, H. T.
1937
2/31 0038-002
Gormley, Ida I.
1933
2/31 0038-002
Gormley, Matt Kinney
undated
2/31 0038-002
Granger, J. D.
1944
2/31 0038-002
Griffith, Rena Bagley
1936
2/32 0038-002
Hale, William G.
1937-1943
2/33 0038-002
Haring, Emily
1933-[1934?]
2/34 0038-002
Haring, Robert C.
1941-1953
2/35 0038-002
Heller, Elsie B.
1936-1954
2/36 0038-002
Hentschke, H. G.
1931-1935
2/37 0038-002
Hodgdon, George N.
1933
2/38 0038-002
H-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
2/38 0038-002
Hagmoe, Edward
1941
2/38 0038-002
Hallock, H. G. C.
1939
2/38 0038-002
Hamach, Frank, Jr.
1944
2/38 0038-002
Hamley, Frederick G. (Judge)
1950
2/38 0038-002
Handsaker, M. E. (Mrs.)
1934
2/38 0038-002
Haring, Jean C.
1943
2/38 0038-002
Harris & Ewing
1948
2/38 0038-002
Healy, D. H.
1936
2/38 0038-002
Heiffer, Frances H.
1947
2/38 0038-002
Henly, Neil (Mrs.)
1943
2/38 0038-002
Henry, Dr. Lee Roy
1940
2/38 0038-002
Homeowner's Taxpayers Association
1939
2/38 0038-002
Horton, L. R.
1934
2/38 0038-002
Howard, S. M. A.
1934
2/38 0038-002
Hutchinson, Charles J.
1933
2/39 0038-002
I-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
2/39 0038-002
Imperial Policy Group
1939
2/39 0038-002
Industrial Training Institute
1941
2/39 0038-002
Ingram, Maud
2/39 0038-002
International Rescue Committee
1954
2/39 0038-002
International Labor Defense
1934
2/40 0038-002
James, Karl D.
1943
2/41 0038-002
James, Lionne
1936-1940
2/42-43 0038-002
James, Marge (Mrs. Karl D.)
1939-1949
2/44 0038-002
J-Miscelaneous
Box/Folder Accession
2/44 0038-002
Jackson, Jesse A.
1950
2/44 0038-002
Jacobsen, Borge
1947
2/44 0038-002
Jensen, Lars A.
1933
2/44 0038-002
Joergenson, G. B.
1942
2/44 0038-002
Johanson, Martin G.
undated
2/44 0038-002
Johnston, Andrew L.
1936
2/44 0038-002
Johnston, Eric
1940
2/44 0038-002
Jones, Reuban
1932
2/45 0038-002
Kelsey, Henry Evelyn
1935-1941
2/46 0038-002
King County. Auditor
1939
2/47 0038-002
King County. Commissioners
1946
2/48 0038-002
King County Legislative Council
1950
2/49 0038-002
King County Medical Service Corp.
1948-1954
2/50 0038-002
K-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
2/50 0038-002
Keep Out of War Committee
1938
2/50 0038-002
Keith, Walter S.
1933
2/50 0038-002
Keller, Helen
1944
2/50 0038-002
Kinkadeo, Jeannette
1941
2/50 0038-002
King, C. W.
1936
2/50 0038-002
King, Jean
1936
2/50 0038-002
King, Mabel
1940
2/50 0038-002
Kinnear, Charles A.
1948
2/50 0038-002
Kinzer
1935
2/50 0038-002
Kiplinger Washington Letter
1936
2/50 0038-002
Knight, Viola
1940, undated
2/51 0038-002
Langlie, Arthur B.
1938
2/52 0038-002
Langlie, (Arthur B) for Mayor
1938
2/53 0038-002
League of Women Voters of Seattle
1950, undated
2/54 0038-002
Lewis, James Hamilton
1935-1939
2/55 0038-002
Loer, Thomas R., M.D.
1938-1940
2/56 0038-002
L-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
2/56 0038-002
Larkin, Roosevelt & Larken, Ltd.
1941
2/56 0038-002
Lifetime Sealing Co.
undated
2/56 0038-002
Little, Burgunder & Smith
1940
2/56 0038-002
Longfellow, Florella (Mrs.)
1936
2/56 0038-002
Love, A. H.
1938
2/57 0038-002
McCloskey, Clair
1940-1953
2/58 0038-002
McDonald, Robert T.
1938-1943
2/59 0038-002
McKales, Inc.
1935-1940
2/60 0038-002
Magnuson, Warren G.
1939, undated
2/61 0038-002
Marquis (The A.N.) Company
1938-1944
2/62 0038-002
Martin, Clarence
1936-1939
2/63 0038-002
Martin (Clarence) for Governor
1936-1940
2/64 0038-002
Matthews, Mark A. (Rev.)
1936
2/65 0038-002
Millikin, Earl
1941
2/66 0038-002
Millikin (Earl) for Mayor
1941
2/67 0038-002
Mills, Blake D.
1940-1941
3/1-5 0038-002
Montgomery, Robert
1933-1936
3/6 0038-002
M-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
3/6 0038-002
McCallum, C. N.
1936
3/6 0038-002
McCroskey, W. E.
1936
3/6 0038-002
McCurdy, James G.
1937
3/6 0038-002
McLarty, J.
1933
3/6 0038-002
McNulta, Robert Pelton (Mrs.)
1941
3/6 0038-002
Martin, Harry J.
1951
3/6 0038-002
Mead, Dwight
1936
3/6 0038-002
Methodist (First) Church
1942
3/6 0038-002
Mitchell, Hugh B. (& Kathryn)
1951
3/6 0038-002
Moffatt, Grace (Mrs.)
1953
3/6 0038-002
Montclair High School Alumni Association
1936
3/6 0038-002
Montgomery, Tom
1936
3/6 0038-002
Moore, Eva
1953
3/6 0038-002
Moran, Frank G.
1950
3/6 0038-002
Moran, Nellie
1943
3/6 0038-002
Moran, Robert
1940
3/6 0038-002
Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Company
1936
3/6 0038-002
Municipal League of Seattle
undated
3/6 0038-002
Methodist Episcopal Church. Board of Temperance, Prohibition and Public Morals
3/7 0038-002
National Geographic Society
1935-1939
3/8 0038-002
National Rivers and Harbors Congress
1934
3/9 0038-002
National Society of Professional Engineers
1938
3/10 0038-002
National Temperance and Prohibition Council
1934-1941
3/11 0038-002
National Temperance Bureau
1933
3/12 0038-002
Northern Life Insurance Company
1933-1937
3/13 0038-002
Northern Pacific Railway Company
1933-1939
3/14 0038-002
Northwest Rivers and Harbors Congress
1933
3/15 0038-002
Northwestern Mutual Fire Association
1934-1940
3/16 0038-002
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company
1932-1934
3/17 0038-002
N-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
3/17 0038-002
National Association of Sanipractic Physicians, Inc.
1950
3/17 0038-002
National Emergency Committee
1940
3/17 0038-002
National United Committee for Law Enforcement
1933
3/17 0038-002
News Associates
1944
3/17 0038-002
News Publishing Company
1950
3/17 0038-002
North, Orville (& Chrissie)
1936
3/17 0038-002
Northwest Veteran
1950
3/17 0038-002
Northwestern Press Association
1944
3/17 0038-002
Nygard, Don
1933
3/18 0038-002
O'Farrell, James R.
1936-1949
3/19 0038-002
O'Hearn, Juliet
1936-1944
3/20 0038-002
Old American Insurance Company
1951-1953
3/21 0038-002
Owen, Will C.
1940-1945
3/22 0038-002
O-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
3/22 0038-002
Oettershagen, Martin & Amy
1944
3/22 0038-002
O'Farrell, Lena
1940
3/22 0038-002
Olympia Realty Board
1935
3/22 0038-002
Oregon Trail Memorial Association
1939
3/22 0038-002
Owen-Farlin Company
1933
3/22 0038-002
Otis, Glenn
undated
3/23 0038-002
Pacific Northwest Society of Engineers
1933
3/24 0038-002
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.
1944-1950
3/25 0038-002
Payne, Gordon H.
1937
3/26 0038-002
Perkins, Sidney Albert
1934-1950
3/27 0038-002
Philips, (Calvin) & Company
1934-1935
3/28 0038-002
Pioneer Association of Washington
1941-1953
3/29-32 0038-002
Plymouth Congregational Church
1938-1958
3/33 0038-002
Postal Life and Casualty Insurance Company
1942-1951
3/34 0038-002
Public Power League
1952, undated
3/35 0038-002
Public Utility Districts
1944
3/36 0038-002
P-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
3/36 0038-002
Pacific School of Religion
1940
3/36 0038-002
Peace Makers
1936
3/36 0038-002
Penberthy, Larry
1936
3/36 0038-002
Philomel Singers of Seattle
1946
3/36 0038-002
Pigott-Washington Printing Company
1934
3/36 0038-002
Porter, Fannie
1934
3/36 0038-002
Post, James H.
1937
3/36 0038-002
Publishers Service Company
1943
3/36 0038-002
Puget Sound Stamp Works
undated
3/37 0038-002
Q-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
3/37 0038-002
Queen Charlotte's Maternity Hospital
1941
3/38 0038-002
Race, Hattie
1942-1947
3/39 0038-002
Richardson, Dorsie G (Mrs.)
1947-1954
3/40 0038-002
Rinehart, William V., Jr.
1940, undated
3/41 0038-002
Royal Arcanum. Rainier Council
1934-1948
3/42 0038-002
R-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
3/42 0038-002
Raymer's Old Book Store
1933
3/42 0038-002
Residential Finance Company
1934
3/42 0038-002
Robins, John H.
1951
3/42 0038-002
Robinson, Lyle Bradford
undated
3/42 0038-002
Roosevelt (Eleanor) 70th Birthday Committee
1954
3/42 0038-002
Royal Mail Steam Packet Company
1933
3/42 0038-002
Runyan, Walter L.
1935
3/42 0038-002
Ryan, George E.
1934-1938
3/43 0038-002
Save the Children Federation, Inc.
1940-1941
3/44 0038-002
Schwellenbach, Lewis B.
1935-1939
3/45 0038-002
Seattle. Dept. of Finance
1933-1940
3/46 0038-002
Seattle. Dept. of Lighting
1936-1937
3/47 0038-002
Seattle. Dept. of Public Works
1936
3/48 0038-002
Seattle. Public Schools
1942
3/49 0038-002
Seattle. Water Dept.
1938
3/50 0038-002
Seattle First National Bank
1936-1939
3/51 0038-002
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
1939-1944
3/52 0038-002
Seattle Times
1950, undated
3/53 0038-002
Seattle Trust & Savings Bank
1939, undated
4/1 0038-002
Seitzinger, Marie
1940-1941
4/2 0038-002
Sheppard, Morris
1941
4/3-4 0038-002
Skinner, Isabel
1936-1951
4/5 0038-002
Sluth, Mildry
1940-1941
4/6 0038-002
Smith, Charles L.
1934
4/7 0038-002
Smith, Irving Davenport
1936-1942
4/8 0038-002
Snyder, Edgar G.
1942
4/9 0038-002
Spaulding, Olive
1941-1945
4/10 0038-002
Standard Oil Company of California
1935-1937
4/11 0038-002
Steele, William C. & Mary
1936, undated
4/12 0038-002
Steiger, E. & H.
1935-1940
4/13 0038-002
Stoker, Dee A.
1936-1937
4/14 0038-002
Stoliker, Effie
1936-1948
4/15 0038-002
S-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
4/15 0038-002
S.O.S. Society
1941
4/15 0038-002
Saint Dunstan's
1939
4/15 0038-002
Sales Tax Repeal Association
1936
4/15 0038-002
Sanger, S.S.
undated
4/15 0038-002
Save-The-Redwoods-League
1939
4/15 0038-002
Schmidt, Dr. J. Raymond
1947
4/15 0038-002
Schuman, Kathryn Darte
1951
4/15 0038-002
Seattle. City Comptroller
1950
4/15 0038-002
Seattle Community Fund
1936
4/15 0038-002
Seattle Goodwill Industries
1933
4/15 0038-002
Seattle Peace Society
1939
4/15 0038-002
Seattle Rubber Stamp Company
1936
4/15 0038-002
Seattle Traffic & Safety Council
1939
4/15 0038-002
Sill, Frank L.
1952
4/15 0038-002
Sisson, R. C.
1935
4/15 0038-002
Sorenson, John W.
1954
4/15 0038-002
Speer, Robert E.
1941
4/15 0038-002
Starr, Evangeline
undated
4/15 0038-002
Strong, Sydney
1936
4/15 0038-002
Superior Stamp Works
1936
4/15 0038-002
Sutton, Chloe
1947
4/16 0038-002
Thompson, George R. & Elsie
1936-1954
4/17 0038-002
T-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
4/17 0038-002
Tacoma Times
1944
4/17 0038-002
Tanner and Garvin
1939
4/17 0038-002
Thurston County Pioneer & Historical Society
1950
4/17 0038-002
Thwing, Clarence
1939
4/17 0038-002
Times London, Inc.
1951-1952
4/17 0038-002
Turner, C. H. & Net
1939
4/17 0038-002
Tyrwhitt, Reginald
1941
4/18 0038-002
Unicorn Press, Inc.
1952-1953
4/19 0038-002
Union Pacific Railroad Company
1947
4/20 0038-002
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1937-1939
4/21 0038-002
U.S. Commerce Department
1934
4/22 0038-002
United States Farm Security Administration
1941
4/23 0038-002
United States Home Owner's Loan Corporation
1934
4/24 0038-002
United States National Reemployment Service
1935
4/25 0038-002
United States Secretary of the Treasury
1938
4/26 0038-002
United States War Dept. Engineers Office
1936
4/27 0038-002
U-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
4/27 0038-002
United World Federalists
1950
4/27 0038-002
University Book Store
1938
4/28 0038-002
Veness, Harry E.
1934-1936
4/29 0038-002
V-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
4/29 0038-002
Veterans of Foreign Wars. Ladies Auxiliary
1944
4/29 0038-002
Victorsen, Claus, L. D.
1940
4/29 0038-002
Viewlands Fuel Company
1939-1941
4/29 0038-002
Von Gegerfelt, Martha
1939
4/30 0038-002
Wallgren, Mon C.
1941-1945
4/31 0038-002
Washington. Employee's Retirement System
1950
4/32 0038-002
Washington. Dept. of Highways
1938
4/33 0038-002
Washington. Inheritance Tax & Escheat Division
1935
4/34 0038-002
Washington. Dept. of Lands
1937
4/35 0038-002
Washington. Superintendent of Public Instruction
1943
4/36 0038-002
Washington. Dept. of Social Security
1937-1938
4/37 0038-002
Washington. Secretary of State
1944
4/38 0038-002
Washington. State Capitol Historical Museum
1947
4/39 0038-002
Washington. State College
1937
4/40 0038-002
Washington. State Progress Commission
1938-1939
4/41 0038-002
Washington. University. Library
1943
4/42 0038-002
Washington Association of Licensed Professional Engineers
1937
4/43 0038-002
Washington Mutual Savings Bank
1934-1944
4/44 0038-002
Washington Society of Professional Engineers
1937-1940
4/45 0038-002
Washington Temperance Association
1938-1939
4/46 0038-002
West Washington Women's Christian Temperance Union
1933-1934
4/47 0038-002
Whatcom County. Commissioners
1935
4/48 0038-002
World League Against Prohibition
1936
4/49 0038-002
World Prohibition Federation
1935-1947
4/50 0038-002
Wright, Ben D.
1936
4/51 0038-002
Wylie, Willard O.
1935-1936
4/52 0038-002
W-Miscellaneous
Box/Folder Accession
4/52 0038-002
Wallace, Josephine
1934
4/52 0038-002
Warren, James P.
1933
4/52 0038-002
Washington Committee for Academic Freedom
undated
4/52 0038-002
Washington Committee for Conscientious Objectors
1952
4/52 0038-002
Washingtonians, Inc.
1939
4/52 0038-002
Weare, Edithe
1950
4/52 0038-002
Wells, W. R. (Mrs.)
1946
4/52 0038-002
Whaley-Eaton Service
1944
4/52 0038-002
Whitcomb, Charlotte
1934
4/52 0038-002
Whitworth, Hal
1934
4/52 0038-002
Who's Who in the Western Hemisphere
1943
4/52 0038-002
Williams, C. G.
1935
4/52 0038-002
Wills, Ida M. (Mrs.)
1941
4/52 0038-002
Winformation Contest Service
1940
4/52 0038-002
Women's Christian Temperance Union. King County
1936
4/52 0038-002
Woodland Park Conservation Club
undated
4/52 0038-002
World League Against Alcoholism
4/53 0038-002
Yantis, George F.
1937-1949
4/54 0038-002
Young Men's Christian Association. Seattle
1936
4/55 0038-002
Zent, F. P.
1936
4/56 0038-002
Unidentified (Florence ?)
1949-1958
4/57 0038-002
Unidentified
1935-1954
Box/Folder Accession
4/58-74 0038-002
Correspondence: Outgoing
1933-1955
5/1 0038-002
Clippings
5/2-7 0038-002
Ephemera
5/8 0038-002
Financial Records
1933-1953
5/9-10 0038-002
Legal Documents
5/11-12 0038-002
Miscellany
5/13 0038-002
Notes
5/14 0038-002
Photographs
5/15 0038-002
Reports
5/16-17 0038-002
Speeches and Writings
5/18 0038-002
Duplicates
International Order of Good Templars
Correspondence: Incoming
Box/Folder Accession
6/1 0038-002
California
1936-1938
6/2 0038-002
England
1949-1953
6/3 0038-002
Finland
1950
6/4 0038-002
Iceland
1952
6/5 0038-002
International Supreme Lodge
1933-1947
6/6 0038-002
Interurban
1937
6/7 0038-002
Maine
1938
6/8 0038-002
Maryland, Virginia & D. C.
1939-1947
6/9 0038-002
National Lodge of the U. S.
1933-1953
6/10 0038-002
New York
1936-1938
6/11 0038-002
New York Scandinavian
1939
6/12 0038-002
Pacific Northwest
undated
6/13 0038-002
Washington
1933-1941
6/14 0038-002
Miscellaneous, A-Z
Box/Folder Accession
6/14 0038-002
Bergsobranden, A.
1936
6/14 0038-002
Cherrington, Ernest H.
1937-1947
6/14 0038-002
Cook (Thomas) & Son
1952
6/14 0038-002
Dinwiddie, Edvin C. (Mrs.)
1935
6/14 0038-002
Hale, William G.
1949
6/14 0038-002
Micka, Anthony
1947
6/14 0038-002
Wright, Ben D.
1936
Box/Folder Accession
6/15 0038-002
Financial Records
1935-1937
6/16 0038-002
Ephemera
6/17 0038-002
Miscellaneous
6/18 0038-002
Organization
Seattle. Port Commission
Correspondence: Incoming
Box/Folder Accession
6/19 0038-002
American Association of Port Authorities
1933-1934
6/19 0038-002
Business Chronicle
1934
6/19 0038-002
Delanty, Hugh M.
1933
6/19 0038-002
Milwaukee (City of)
1933
6/19 0038-002
Moran, Hampton
1933
6/19 0038-002
New York (City of). Port of New York Authority
1934
6/19 0038-002
Robinson, Alice V.
1933
6/19 0038-002
Washington. Emergency Relief Administration
1933
6/19 0038-002
West, J. R.
1933
Box/Folder Accession
6/20 0038-002
Correspondence: Outgoing
1933-1934
6/21 0038-002
Reports, Minutes, etc.
1933-1934
Washington State Planning Council
Correspondence: Incoming
Box/Folder Accession
6/22 0038-002
U.S. Dept. of Interior. Office of the Secretary
1934
6/23 0038-002
U.S. National Emergency Council
1935
6/24 0038-002
U.S. National Planning Board. Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works
1934-1936
6/25 0038-002
U.S. National Resources Board
1934-1936
6/26 0038-002
Washington. Dept. of Conservation and Development
1934-1935
6/27 0038-002
Washington. Washington State Planning Council
1934-1938
Box/Folder Accession
6/28-31 0038-002
Correspondence: Outgoing
1934-1935
6/32 0038-002
Reports
6/33 0038-002
Speeches and Writings
United States Works Progress Administration
Box/Folder Accession
6/34-37 0038-002
Correspondence: Incoming
Box/Folder Accession
6/34-37 0038-002
U.S. Works Progress Administration
1938-1941
6/38 0038-002
Correspondence: Outgoing
1941
Cotterill, Cora
1933-1936
Box/Folder Accession
6/39-40 0038-002
Correspondence: Incoming
6/41 0038-002
Miscellaneous
Cotterill, Katherine
Box/Folder Accession
6/42 0038-002
Correspondence: Incoming
1952-1954
Haring, Emily
Box/Folder Accession
6/43-46 0038-002
Correspondence: Incoming
1936-1940

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Civil engineers--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Legislators--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Mayors--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Political corruption--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Prohibition--Washington (State)
  • Social reformers--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Surveyors--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Temperance--United States--Societies, etc
  • Water-supply--Washington (State)--King County
  • Personal Names :
  • Bone, Homer Truett, 1883-1970
  • Cotterill, George F. (George Fletcher), 1865-1958--Archives
  • Jones, Wesley Livsey, 1863-1932
  • Montgomery, Robert, 1872-1936
  • Thomson, Reginald Heber, 1856-1949
  • Corporate Names :
  • Anti-saloon League of America
  • International Order of Good Templars
  • Plymouth Congregational Church (Seattle, Wash.)
  • Seattle Port Commission
  • United States. Work Projects Administration
  • United States. Works Progress Administration
  • Washington State Planning Council
  • Family Names :
  • Cotterill family--Archives
  • Geographical Names :
  • Cedar River (King County, Wash.)
  • Cedar River Reservoir (Wash.)
  • Seattle (Wash.)--Politics and government
  • Washington (State)--Politics and government
  • Washington (State)--Social conditions
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Clippings
  • Diaries
  • Scrapbooks

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)