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Frederick Krueger Collection, circa 1870-2000

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Krueger, Frederick
Title
Frederick Krueger Collection
Dates
circa 1870-2000 (inclusive)
Quantity
50.0 cubic feet, (18 legal sized document cases; 9 letter sized document cases; 1 half letter sized document case; 4 half letter sized document cases; 5 index card cases; 1 glass negatives case; 2 video (VHS) cases; 4 CD/DVD cases; 5 audio cassette cases; 1 record center box; 7 oversized boxes; 15 map tubes; and 1 oversized photograph tube)  :  Newspaper clippings, records, maps, correspondence, note cards, artifacts, ephemera, video and audio cassettes, compact discs, DVDs, photographic prints, negatives and slides in fair to good condition with foxing and aging to some older documents and photographs  ; 
Collection Number
MS002-06-02
Summary
This collection comprises materials on the cultural history of the upper Kittitas Valley of Washington state from the middle of the 19th century to the early 20th century.
Repository
Central Washington University, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Central Washington University
400 E University Way
Ellensburg, WA
98926
Telephone: 509-963-1023
Fax: 509-963-3684
archive@cwu.edu
Access Restrictions

Open to the public for educational research. Selected photographs from the Krueger Collection can be viewed online at Central Washington University Digital Archives.

Languages
English

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Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Frederick Ernest Krueger was born in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, in 1939, the son of Fredrick and Audry Krueger. He attended public schools at Sleepy Eye and graduated from the local high school in 1958. From the fall of 1958 until he graduated in the spring of 1962 he studied teaching science and social studies at Mankato State College. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science, he taught at schools in Moville and Keokuk, Iowa. In 1965, Krueger was accepted in the Russian Regional Studies Program at the University of Washington. He left the program in 1967 for a teaching position in social studies at Cle Elum High - Roslyn School. In 1969, Krueger received his Masters degree from the University of Washington.

Soon after his arrival in Cle Elum, Krueger launched several student-oriented projects to capture the regional history of the upper Kittitas Valley. His many students became involved in historical community projects, oral history programs and various other activities to preserve the area’s rich heritage. The most notable was the Roslyn cemeteries preservation and documentation project carried out in partnership with the Roslyn Kiwanis Club. Krueger managed the project from 1974 to 1996. He was one of the founding members of the Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council in 1973 and was very influential in saving the historic Salmon la Sac guard station from destruction in 1977. He was a recepient of a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to study China and Japan from 1988 to 1990. In 1993, Mr. Krueger was recipient of a Fulbright-Hays Grant that allowed him to study in China for five weeks. Between 1994 and 1995, he was selected by Governor Lowery and the Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction to teach in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. He retired from teaching in June of 1996. Thereafter, he collaborated on several state, county, and regional history books and wrote numerous articles for local newspapers.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection consists of research subject files, photographic negatives, prints and slides, oral histories, genealogical information, local and regional maps, county school histories, correspondence, ephemera and artifacts on the cultural history of the Upper Kittitas Valley of Washington State from the middle of the 19th century to the early 20th century. The collection contains histories on regional businesses and organizations, rural schools, religious institutions, early pioneers, ethnic groups, local folklore and other subjects relevant to Upper Kittitas County. It includes a vast amount of information on the founding and development of many of the communities within the county, such as Cle Elum, Roslyn, Liberty, Ronald, Easton, Thorpe and Ellensburg. The collection is also composed of research materials significant to major industries associated with the region, such as the mining of coal and gold, logging, cattle ranching, hay farming and outdoor recreation.

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Preferred Citation

[Name of document or photograph number]. MS002-06-02, Frederick Krueger Collection. Archives and Special Collections, Brooks Library, Central Washington University.

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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

I:  Research subject filesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1-1
9th Infantry, United States Army – Correspondence
1856-1858
1-2
1889 Census for Kittitas County
1-3
African-American in Upper Kittitas County
1-4
African-American in Upper Kittitas County
1-5
Agriculture
1-6
Agricultural Geography of Kittitas County
1949
1-7
Alley family papers – Liberty
1-8
Ameriski Slovenci (published work)
1-9
J. J. Archer – Correspondence, 1856-1859
1856-1859
1-10
Archaeology
1-11
“At a Glance” column – Biographies of local residents in the Upper Kittitas Valley
1-12
Baseball - Upper Kittitas County
1-13
Bicentennial Landmark Series – Historic buildings of Kittitas County
1-14
Blewitt Mining District – History
1-15
Bocci Ball in Upper Kittitas County
1-16
A. M. A. Blancher – Correspondence
1855-1870
1-17
Boy Scouts – Cle Elum
1-18
Frank Bryant – Correspondence
1919-1921
1-19
Walter A. Bull papers
1873-1894
1-20
Grover C. Burch – Forest Ranger
1-21
Cacciatori d’Africa Lodge
1-22
Grace Campbell Diary
1904-1905
1-23
Cascade Field and Stream Club
1-24
Cascade Logging Company – Casland
1-25
Casland
2-1
Catholic Church in Kittitas County
2-2
Cattle business – Washington State
2-3
Cattle industry
2-4
Cattle industry
2-5
Cattle industry
2-6
Cattle industry – Yakima County
2-7
Cemeteries – Cle Elum
2-8
Cemeteries – Roslyn
2-9
Cemeteries – Swauk and Teanaway
2-10
Chief Moses and Joseph
2-11
Chinese – Laborers
2-12
Christian Missions in the Kittitas Valley
2-13
Churches – Cle Elum
2-14
Churches – History in Upper Kittitas County
2-15
Churches – Roslyn
2-16
Churches – Swauk and Teanaway
2-17
Churches – Thorpe
2-18
Civic groups and organizations – Upper Kittitas County
2-19
Civilian Conservation Corp
2-20
Cle Elum – Airport
2-21
Cle Elum – Business histories
2-22
Cle Elum – Business histories
2-23
Cle Elum – Clubs and organizations
2-24
Cle Elum during World War I – Newspaper index
3-1
Cle Elum – Commercial building histories
3-2
Cle Elum Echo – Subject index
1891-1920
3-3
Cle Elum – Fire
1918
3-4
Ce Elum – Fire station
3-5
Cle Elum – Greenwood cemetery
3-6
Cle Elum – History, General
3-7
Cle Elum – History, General
3-8
Cle Elum – Miscellaneous
3-9
Cle Elum – Newspaper business
3-10
Cle Elum – Newspaper index
3-11
Cle Elum River Mining Company
3-12
Cle Elum – Safeway Mural Project
3-13
Cle Elum Ski Club – Ephemera
3-14
Cle Elum Ski Tournament
3-15
Cle Elum – Sports
1930s
3-16
Cle Elum Supplementation and Research Facility (fish hatchery)
3-17
Cle Elum – Theaters
3-18
Coal mining – History
3-19
Coal mining – Maps
3-20
Coal mining – Roslyn
3-21
Correspondence – Frederick Krueger
3-22
Correspondence – Frederick Krueger
3-23
Will Craven – Mayor of Roslyn
4-1
Draft of State Heritage Plan, 1986
1986
4-2
Early Farms
4-3
Eastern European immigrants
4-4
Easton
4-5
Electric railway / Milwaukee Railroad
4-6
Ellensburg – Church building histories
4-7
Ellensburg – Commercial buildings histories
4-8
Ellensburg – Domestic residential building histories
4-9
Ellensburg – General history
4-10
Ellensburg – Government building histories
4-11
Ellensburg – “Historic photo of the week”, Daily Record
4-12
Ellensburg – Rodeo
4-13
Ellensburg – Thorpe general history
4-14
Ephemera – Cle Elum businesses
4-15
Ephemera – Historic
4-16
Ephemera – Kovacic family
4-17
Ellensburg – Sexually oriented
1930s
4-18
Ethnic cooking – Upper Kittitas County
4-19
Ethnic history – Upper Kittitas County
5-1
Fairview (Ellenburg)
5-2
Fire District #7 – History
5-3
Fort Simcoe
5-4
Fur trade and fur farming
5-5
Galena City (Cle Elum Mining District)
1883
5-6
Geologic trip along Snoqualmie, Swauk and Stephens Pass Highways
1963
5-7
Gold mining – Kittitas County
5-8
Gold mining – Swauk District
5-9
Gold mining – Swauk District
5-10
Gold mining – Swauk District
5-11
Gold mining – Wenatchee Mountains
5-12
Growth management – Kittitas County
5-13
Granville O. Haller Diary – Transcripts
1856
6-1
Hay harvesting
6-2
Highline Canal
6-3
Highway I-82
6-3a
Historic “Old Town” Cle Elum Sub-area Plan
2000-2001
6-4
History of Library Development in Kittitas County
1953
6-5
Hometown Heritage Series – Daily Record, A-F
6-6
Hometown Heritage Series – Daily Record, G-L
6-7
Hometown Heritage Series – Daily Record, M-R
6-8
Hometown Heritage Series – Daily Record, S-W
6-9
Horse Riding (recreation)
6-10
Hyak depot
6-11
I-90 Greenway
6-12
Indian Doctor book
6-13
Indian John Hill Rest Area
6-14
Immigration – Cle Elum
6-15
Indians of our Valley and Early Settlers – by Mary Virginia Kern
6-16
Industrialization and Organized Labor in the Early History of Kittitas County
1880-1900; 1989
7-1
Irrigation – Kittitas County
7-2
Morris B. Jenkins – Hard Rock Mining in the Upper Cle Elum River
7-3
Morris B. Jenkins – “Mother Nature Teaches Greenhorn”
1978
7-4
Morris B. Jenkins – Newspaper clippings
7-5
Morris B. Jenkins – People who made an impact on Kittitas County
7-6
Morris B. Jenkins – Photographs
7-7
Morris B. Jenkins – Published articles by Greenway Trust
7-8
Morris B. Jenkins – Salmon la Sac Guard Station
7-9
Morris B. Jenkins – Short stories on Upper Kittitas County
7-10
Kachess Lodge
7-11
Kechelus Dam
7-12
Kerstetter Cabin – History
7-13
Kittitas County – Airports
7-14
Kittitas County – Barns
7-15
Kittitas County – Business histories
7-16
Kittitas County Flag
7-17
Kittitas County – Prominent citizens
7-18
Kittitas County – Rural buildings
7-19
Kittitas County Overall Economic Development Program – Minutes
7-20
Kittitas County Port District
1961-1964
7-21
Kittitas County – Government
7-22
Kittitas County – Post Offices
7-23
Kittitas County – Roads
7-24
“Kittitas County, Washington” – Article in The Coast Magazine
7-25
Kittitas Gold Mining Company
7-26
Kittitas Indians
7-27
Frederick Krueger – Biographical information
8-1
Labor Unions in Upper Kittitas County
1884-1894
8-2
Lake Cle Elum
8-3
Land management – Upper Kittitas County
8-4
Lester – History
8-5
Liberty - General history
8-6
Local history interviews (student project)
8-7
Local history survey (student project)
1971-1976
8-8
Local history survey (student project)
1971-1976
8-9
Loggers Festival – Ephemera
8-10
Loggers Festival – Newspaper clippings
8-11
Loggers Festival – History
8-12
Loggers Festival – Programs
9-1
Logging – Miscellaneous
9-2
Logging - Newspaper clippings
9-3
Manpower and the Anthropological Perspective
9-4
"Bat" Masterson
9-5
George McClellan survey
9-6
Mine explosions and accidents
9-7
Miners’ Echo Community Development Association
9-8
Miners Strike – Roslyn
1888
9-9
Miners Strike – Roslyn
1889
9-10
Mining – Newspaper citation index
1908-1916
9-11
Mining – Roslyn – Newspaper clippings
9-12
Miscellaneous maps
9-13
Missions and missionary movements
9-14
Mountain Star Resort (Suncadia Resort)
9-15
Mount St. Helens Eruption
10-1
Mushrooms of Kittitas County
10-2
Music – Related to Upper Kittitas County
10-3
Musical bands
10-4
Native Americans
10-5
“News from the Upper County” series- Daily Record
10-6
North Cascade Mountains Study
10-7
Northern Exposure
10-8
Northern Pacific Land Grant
10-9
Northern Pacific Railroad
10-10
Northern Pacific Coal Company – Photocopied documents
1888-1895
10-11
Oblates (Missionaries)
10-12
Off road vehicle use – Upper Kittitas County
10-13
“Old Timers Recall” series – Clifford Kaynor essays
10-14
“Old Timers Recall” series – Clifford Kaynor essays
10-15
Oral history – Theresa Marie McKnight (Mus) – Cle Elum
10-16
Outdoor recreation – Fishing
10-17
Outdoor recreation – General
10-18
Outdoor recreation – Hunting
11-1
Clarence S. Palmer – Autobiography
1939
11-2
People who contributed to Upper Kittitas County History
11-3
Removed and placed in Photograph Collection
11-4
Pioneer days
11-5
Pioneers in the Kittitas Valley – Davidson Collection
11-6
Pioneers in the Kittitas Valley – General
11-7
Place names – Kittitas County
11-8
Placer gold mining in Washington
1969
11-9
Post Offices of Kittitas County
11-10
Yvonne Prater - Newspaper clippings
11-11
Prater snowshoes - History
11-12
Prohibition – Bottles (publications)
11-13
Public Schools – Kittitas County
11-14
Railroads - Kittitas County
11-15
Recipes (Ethnic assorted)
11-16
Recreation Forest Lands – Upper Kittitas County
11-17
Responses to AARP article on Roslyn Cemeteries
1990
11-18
The Rock Chalet (Snoqualmie Pass)
11-19
Ronald – History
12-1
Roslyn – Business histories
12-2
Roslyn – Business histories
12-3
Roslyn Cemeteries – Audio tape script
12-4
Roslyn Cemeteries – Field reports
12-5
Roslyn Cemeteries – General
12-6
Roslyn Cemeteries – Report
1978
12-7
Roslyn Cemeteries – Report
1989
12-8
Roslyn Cemeteries – Restoration
12-9
Roslyn – Churches
12-10
Roslyn – City Hall
12-11
Roslyn – Cle Elum Hospital
12-12
Roslyn – Fire Station
12-12a
Roslyn Historical District
12-13
Roslyn – History
12-14
Roslyn – History
12-15
Roslyn – Lodges
13-1
Roslyn Miners Strike – Miscellaneous
13-2
Roslyn Miners Strike – Newspaper accounts
1888-1889
13-3
Roslyn - Mining history
13-4
Roslyn – Newspaper reports
1887-1889
13-5
Roslyn – No. 9 Mine Interpretive Center proposal and plans
2002
13-6
“Roslyn” – Poem by Anna Myers Lennon
13-7
Roslyn – Ronald – Cle Elum Heritage Club
13-8
Roslyn Telephone Company
13-9
The Runner Stumbles – Motion Picture Film
13-10
Russian Orthodox Church – Cle Elum
13-11
Salmon la Sac – General history
13-12
Salmon la Sac – Names of people associated to the area
13-13
Salmon la Sac Guard Station – Correspondence
1972-2003
13-14
Salmon la Sac Guard Station – Documents on the Cle Elum River Drainage
13-15
Salmon la Sac Guard Station – General
13-16
Salmon la Sac Guard Station – Newspaper clippings
13-17
Salmon la Sac Guard Station – Organization plans
14-1
Salmon la Sac Guard Station – Petition
14-2
Severe Weather – Upper Kittitas County
14-3
Sheep industry
14-4
Ben Snipes
14-5
Snoqualmie Pass
14-6
Snoqualmie Summit Ski Area
1963
14-7
Sokol Lodge
14-8
Charles Splawn
14-9
Sport teams (assorted)
14-10
David Starcevic
14-11
Steamboats (on the Columbia)
14-12
“Stories of Upper County Ranches,” Daily Record
1956-1957
14-13
State Highway – Maps
circa 1920s-1930s
14-14
Stratigraphic and structural geology of the Blewett-Swauk area
1956
14-15
Swauk Mining District – Early Source of huge gold nuggets
1973
14-16
Swauk Praire
14-17
Taneum Lumber Mills
14-18
Teanaway Bugle
1886
14-19
Teanaway Cheese
14-20
Teanaway – History
15-1
Teanaway and Liberty – Historical sites, buildings and objects
15-2
Teanaway Mining Syndicate
15-3
“Teanaway River” – Poem by Isabella Barnes
15-4
Thorpe – Business histories
15-5
Missing folder (error in count)
15-6
Tourism - Kittitas County
15-7
Transcribed newspaper accounts of Kittitas County
1867-1889
15-8
Transcripts – Miscellaneous
1875-1889
15-9
Transportation – Newspaper citation index
1883-1922
15-10
Transportation – Ephemera
15-11
Transportation – General
15-12
Trees – Upper Kittitas County
15-13
Tunnel City
15-14
Ukrainian Culture
15-15
Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council – Constitution, by-laws and article of incorporation
15-16
Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council – Correspondence
1970-1983
15-17
Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council – Correspondence
1984-1999
15-18
Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council – Ephemera
15-19
Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council – General
15-20
Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council – Minutes
15-21
Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council – Miscellaneous
16-1
Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council – Newspaper clippings
16-2
Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council – Roy Thomas Collection
16-3
Upper Kittitas County – Landmarks
16-4
Upper Kittitas County – Recreation
16-5
Upper Kittitas County – Town Hall meeting
1988
16-6
Uranium Mining in Kittitas County
16-7
United States Forest Service – Fireman’s Handbook
1935
16-8
Wall Street Mining Company
16-9
Wanapums - Native American Tribe
16-10
Wenatchee National Forest – Records inventory
16-11
Water rights
16-12
Water rights
16-13
Water rights – Disputes
16-14
Water rights – yakama Nation vs. United States
16-15
Watershed – Kittitas County
16-16
Wells-Fargo Express – Ellensburg
16-17
Whitman Massacre
16-18
Wilkes Expedition
16-19
Wind - Kittitas Valley
16-20
World War II in Kittitas County – Chronology
16-21
World War II – Ration books
16-22
Yakima County – History
16-23
Yakama dialect
16-24
Yakima Firing Center
16-25
Yakama Fisheries Interpretive Center
17-1
Yakama Fisheries Project – Cle Elum Hatchery Plan
17-2
Yakama Fisheries Project – Cle Elum Hatchery Plan
1996
17-3
Yakama Nation
17-4
Yakama Nation – Fishing rights
17-5
Yakama Nation – General history
17-6
Yakama Tribe – Miscellaneous
17-7
Yakama River Hatcheries
17-8
Yakima Wars
17-9
Yakima Wars

II:  Family historiesReturn to Top

This series contains Boxes 18-21. Box 18 contains family history articles written by P. D. Peterson and published in the Cle Elum Miner-Echo. Published during the 1950s, Peterson's column was titled “Stories of Upper County Ranches.” From 1963 to 1965, he also wrote a column called “Living in Wonderland.”

Boxes 19 and 20 contain family history articles from Peter Fassero’s column published in the Cle Elum Tribune and Northern Kittitas County Tribune. Published from the early 1970s to late 1990s, the column was titled “Another Story.” Included in this collection are research notes, correspondence and stories on local events and folklore.

Box 21 contains miscellaneous clippings of obituaries and family histories from newspapers published within Kittitas County. It also includes some loose research notes and correspondence on individuals.

Container(s) Description
Box/Folder
18-1
A
Adam
Adams
Aimonetto
Alloway
Anderson
18-2
B
Babbitt
Baker
Ballard
Banchi
Bardessono
Bator
Bednar
Beedle
Bell
Benson
Bernardi
Bertollotti
Bettas
Bianchetto
Biers
Billings
Blanar
Blackburn
Bogachus
Bohannon
Bonetto
Bruno
Buchanan
Bugni
Burbridge
Burchaks
Burke
Bussoli
18-3
C
Calvisky
Camp
Capps
Carollo
Carpenter
Carr
Casassas
Caveglia
Clare
Cavelia
Christiansen
Contratto
Cooper
Covey
Crank
Crestodino
Crites
Crosetto
Cross
Curtis
18-4
D
Danko
Darling
Davis
DeMatteis
Denning
Derting
Diener
Dubiel
Dubinski
Dunford
Dunnagan
18-5
E
Emerick
Engstrom
Evans
Evens
18-6
F
Favero
Ferguson
Fielding
Forbes
Forenpohar
Forsyth
18-7
G
Garnero
Gaskin
Giacolino
Giovenale
Guistetti
Godawa
Graham
Grubesich
Guest
18-8
H
Haase
Hagen
Hansen
Hanson
Harkness
Harris
Hart
Hartman
Hashburger
Haskins
Hayden
Henderson
Houdak
Henshaw
Horvat-Delducco
Hosmer
Hoyt
Huffman
Hundley
18-9
J
Janovich
Johnson
18-10
K
Katalinich
Kirkwood
Klobucar
Koch
Korfus
18-11
L
Labusky
Lambert
Lamphere
Lawdensky
Lelinski
Leonards
Lewis
Ley
Liboky
Longanecker
Lund
18-12
M
Macuga
Madash
Maglietti
Makela
Malavy
Malms
Markovich
Matanuska
atthews
Maver
Maxwell
Mayta
McCabe
McDonald
McIntyre
Micheletto
Micus
Millam
Miller
Mohar
Morrison
Moschner
Moskon
Musso
18-13
N
Nelson
Newton
Nicholson
Norton
18-14
O
Olson
Orso
Osmonovich
Ozanich
18-15
P
Page
Pangrazi
Pays
Pease
Penkert
Perry
Peretti
Perzetti
Petersen
Prestons
18-16
R
Rainwater
Read
Richards
Roberson
Roseburg
18-17
S
Sandretto
Scherette
Scott
Scriven
Siepmann
Skangstad
Smith
Smallwood
Sowinski
Stegora
Stipp
Strain
Swan
18-18
T
Tamplen
Tate
Thomas
Thorton
18-19
V
Van Diest
Virden
Vittone
18-20
W
Wadsworth
Wakkuri
Walgren
Walter
Watson
Wightman
Willettes
Williams
Willis
Wilson
Wirth
Wittenberg
Wood
18-21
X, Y, Z
York
Younger
Zeek
Zrebiec
18-22
Casland Way
18-23
Hidden Valley
18-24
Lookout Mountain
18-25
Nelson District
18-26
Peoh Pint
18-27
Sunset Highway
18-28
Swauk Prairie
18-29
Teanaway
18-30
Virden Valley
18-31
“Living in Wonderland”, 1963-1965
18-32
Miscellaneous
19-1
A
Aimonetto – Benetto - Bugni
Anderson
Aristonik
19-2
B
Bailey
Baker
Ballard
Bannister
Bardesono
Barich
Barker
Basterrechea
Bator
Bausano
Beck
Beedle
Bellis
Berglund
Bettas
Bledsoe
Bobo
Bolton
Bossa
Bresko
Browitt
Bruno
Bugni
Browning
19-3
C
Canfield
Carollo
Carpenter
Casassa
Case
Cernick
Ceroni
Chambers
Chapman
Chopp
Clymer
Coe
Contratto
Cooper
Costello
Cresto
Crooks
Crum
19-4
D
Davies
Deonigi
DeVere
Driwer
Dupuis
19-5
E
Eberle
19-6
F
Fackler
Fassero
Faudrees
Favero
Ferguson
Fischer
Fish
Fossatti
Foto
19-7
G
Gallaher
Gavosto
Giaudrone
Gilmour
Giolitti
Giovanin
Giovendale
Goodman
Gordon
Graves
Guerci
Guistetti
Guzzie
19-8
H
Haines
Hanson
Henserson
Hendry
Hubbell
Hungerford
Hutchinson
19-9
J
Janachek
Jenkins
19-10
K
Keehl
Keelan
Kermen
Kern
Kladnik
Klarich
Kohler
Krueger
Kurtz
19-11
L
Lamb
Lambert
Lehman
Lelinski
Lesh
Longmere
Lumaco
Lynch
19-12
M
Mataya
Mattielli
Maytas
McDonald
McKean
McKnight
McManamy
McPhail
McWilliams
Medved
Millan
Miller
Munro
Mus
Musso
19-13
N
Nawrocki
Nestlers
Newton
Nicholls
Nicholson
19-14
O
Osonovich
Ostliff
Owens
Ozbolt
19-15
P
Padavich
Panieri
Pardini
Patrick
Paul
Petersen
Peterson
19-16
R
Raffle
Ray
Reay
Renfro
Richeson
Ronald
Roseburg
Rudolph
Runje
Rushton
19-17
S
Sandona
Saxby
Schober
Schwab
Scobee
Segota
Sharp
Sibillia
Sides
Sorenson
Squires
Stevens
Starkevic (Starcevec)
Stewart (Rock ‘n Rollen)
Stonebraker
Stoves
Swan
Swenson
19-18
T
Tainer
Thayer
Twyman
Tycholis
19-19
V
Vallone
19-20
W
Walsh
Walters
Weckert
West
Whitfield
Will
Wold
Wright
19-21
X, Y, Z
Zieske
19-22
Alaska – Yukon – Pacific Exposition, 1909
19-23
Cemeteries
19-24
Clubs and Organizations
19-25
Historical events
19-26
Ken and Olive Miller Christmas stories
19-27
Milwaukee Railroad retirees
19-28
Mushroom Contest
19-29
Place names
19-30
Roslyn Bank heist, 1892
20-1
School reunions
20-2
Snow storm of 1916
20-3
Special events and holidays
20-4
Special interests
20-5
Town reunions
20-6
Travels
20-7
Miscellaneous articles
20-8
Miscellaneous papers
21-1
A
21-2
B
21-3
C
21-4
D
21-5
E-F
21-6
G
21-7
H
21-8
I-J
21-9
K-L
21-10
M
21-11
N-O
21-12
P
21-13
Q-R
21-14
S
21-15
T
21-16
U-W
21-17
X-Z
21-18
Miscellaneous

III:  School historiesReturn to Top

This series contains Boxes 22 and 23. Box 22 contains newspaper clippings, research notes, ephemera and artifacts of public schools in Kittitas County. Box 23 contains office records of the Casland School District Clerk from 1919 to 1928.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
22-1
Ballard School
22-2
Cle Elum High School – General
22-3
Cle Elum High School – Account ledger
1930-1933
22-4
Cle Elum High School – Account ledger, loose papers, 1930-1932
22-5
Cle Elum High School – Autograph book
1912-1914
22-6
Cle Elum High School – “C” book
1925
22-7
Cle Elum High School – Diploma
1925
22-8
Cle Elum High School – Grade card (1941) and football tickets (1937)
1937-1941
22-9
Cle Elum High School – Letter badges
22-10
Cle Elum High School – Newsletter
1947
22-11
Cle Elum High School – Newspaper
1931
22-12
Cle Elum High School – Sports program and newspaper clippings
22-13
Cle Elum High School – Student handbook
1963
22-14
Cle Elum High School – Yearbook
1917
22-15
Cle Elum High School – Yearbook
1929
22-16
Cle Elum schools
22-17
Cove School
22-18
Damman School
22-19
Hazlewood School
22-20
High School Sports – Roslyn and Cle Elum
22-21
Kittitas County Rural Schools
22-22
Liberty School
22-23
Lower Nanum School
22-24
Lyons School
22-25
Manatash Canyon School (District 11 Schoolhouse)
22-26
Nelson School
22-27
Peoh Point School
22-28
Prairie School
22-29
Ronald School
22-30
Roslyn High School
22-31
Roslyn Schools
22-32
South Cle Elum School
22-33
Upper Naneum School
22-34
Walter Strom Middle School
22-35
Woldale School
23-1
Annual reports
1920-1926
23-2
Correspondence
1921
23-3
Correspondence
1922
23-4
Correspondence
1923
23-5
Correspondence
1924
23-6
Correspondence
1925
23-7
Correspondence
1926
23-8
Correspondence
1927
23-9
Loose files
1922-1924
23-10
Record book for School District No. 26, Kittitas County
1919-1920
23-11
School District Vouchers
1924-1926
23-12
Treasurer’s Financial Statement
1924-1926
23-13
Census of Children
1920-1926
23-14
School Director’s Meeting – Washington State
1928

IV:  Research index cardsReturn to Top

Series IV includes Boxes 24-29. Box 24 contains 3x5-inch index cards of newspaper article citations and notes taken from the Cle Elum Tribune (1891) and Cle Elum Echo (1902-1921) related to particular topics and historic regional events. The cards are organized chronologically and by subject topic.

Box 25 contains 3x5-inch index cards of newspaper article citations and notes taken from the Cle Elum Miner-Echo (1922-1923), Ellensburg Localizer (1889-1890) and Ellensburg Dawn (1899-1907) related to particular topics and historic regional events. The cards are organized chronologically and by subject topic.

Box 26 contains 3x5-inch index cards of newspaper article citations and notes taken from the Ellensburg Dawn (1908-1912) related to particular topics and historic events. The cards are organized chronologically and by subject topic. Included in the container are citations of books, articles, pamphlets, brochures, maps and other publications regarding Kittitas County and central Washington from prior to 1880 until 1960.

Box 27 contains 3x5-inch index cards of county and state records retained by the Kittitas County Court House from the 1880s to 1970. Included in the container are citations to state and federal records related to Kittitas County and central Washington prior to 1880.

Box 28 contains 3x5-inch index cards of personal contact notes kept by Frederick Krueger. The box also contains ethnic recipes from Upper Kittitas County residents.

Box 29 contains 3¼ x 7½-inch index cards of newspaper article citations and notes taken from the Kittitas Standard (1883), Yakima Record (1883), Yakima Signal (1883), Cle Elum Tribune (1891-1892), and Cle Elum Echo (1902-1923) related to particular topics and historic events. The cards are organized chronologically and by subject topic.

V:  Teaching methods papers of Frederick KruegerReturn to Top

This series contains the instructions, guides, bibliographies, worksheets, project plans, forms, surveys and various other documents associated with Frederick Krueger’s three decades of history instruction at Cle Elum High School. The series also includes newspaper clippings and photographs of school projects initiated and managed by Mr. Krueger.

Container(s) Description
Box/Folder
30-1
Geography
30-2
History Real Project
30-3
Kittitas Valley
30-4
Local History
30-5
Newspaper Clippings
30-6
Photographs
30-7
Roslyn Cemetery
30-8
United States History
30-9
Washington State History
30-10
Miscellaneous
30-11
Slides - Student dos and don'ts

VI:  Photographs negatives and slidesReturn to Top

Series VI contains Boxes 31-42, organized alphabetically by subject and title. Boxes 31-36 contain photographs and negatives. Boxes 37-38 contain slides. Box 39 contains glass negatives. Box 40-42 contain oversized photographs.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
31-1
Agriculture
31-2
Aerial photographs – Kittitas County
1963
31-3
Balmer Greenhouse
31-4
Baseball
31-5
Beatties Water Wagon
31-6
Boy Scouts
31-7
Civilian Conservation Corps
31-8
Cle Elum Area – Miscellaneous
31-9
Cle Elum – Birdseye views
31-10
Cle Elum – Businesses
31-11
Cle Elum – Businesses
31-12
Cle Elum – Businesses - Interiors
31-13
Cle Elum – Catholic church
32-1
Cle Elum – Chamber of Commerce – Maps
32-2
Cle Elum – Churches
32-3
Cle Elum – City images
32-4
Cle Elum – Class photographs
32-5
Cle Elum – Class reunions
32-6
Cle Elum – Clubs and organizations
32-7
Cle Elum – Coal bunker
32-8
Cle Elum – Fire
1918
32-9
Cle Elum – Fire Department
32-10
Cle Elum – First Street
32-11
Cle Elum – First Street – Snowstorm
1916
32-12
Cle Elum – Flood
1917
32-13
Cle Elum – Fourth of July parades
32-14
Cle Elum – Fraternal Order of Eagles
32-15
Cle Elum - High School
32-16
Cle Elum – Hospital
33-1
Cle Elum – Labor Day
33-2
Cle Elum – Livery
33-3
Cle Elum – Musical bands
33-4
Cle Elum – Newspaper
33-5
Cle Elum – Pennsylvania Avenue
33-6
Cle Elum – Pennsylvania Avenue – Snowstorm
1916
33-7
Cle Elum – Kayaking
33-8
Cle Elum – Saloons and Taverns
33-9
Cle Elum – Snowstorm
33-10
Cle Elum – Theaters
33-11
Cle Elum – Third Street
33-12
Clubs and Organizations
33-13
Coal mining
33-14
Coal mining
33-15
Easton Class Reunion
1931-1972
33-15a
Ellensburg
33-16
Ethnic groups – Roslyn
33-17
Ethnic history
34-1
Farms
34-2
Forest Service – Jenkin’s Collection
34-3
Fur trading and farming
34-4
Henry Gunther
34-5
Hard rock mining – Liberty area
34-6
E. W. Helvey negative – Outdoor recreation
34-7
Individual and group photographs (unidentified)
34-8
Individual and group photographs (unidentified)
34-9
Irrigation
34-10
Jenkins Collection – Salmon la Sac
34-11
Kachess and Keechulus Lake
34-12
Kachess Lodge
34-13
Kestettler Collection – Automobiles
1914
34-14
Kittitas County Schools
34-15
Lake Cle Elum
34-16
Liberty
34-17
Locomotives
34-18
Locomotives - Accidents
34-19
Logger’s Festival
34-20
Logging
34-21
Logging
35-1
Logging
35-2
Logging
35-3
Mining
35-4
Outdoor recreation - Camping
35-5
Outdoor recreation – Hunting, trapping and fishing
35-6
Puget Sound Electric Company
35-7
Railroad - Construction
35-8
Railroads - Depots
35-9
Railroads – Miscellaneous
35-10
Railroads – Snowstorm of 1916
35-11
Roads – Kittitas County
35-12
Ronald
35-13
Roslyn
35-14
Roslyn
35-15
Roslyn Cemetery – Tombstone photographs
35-16
Russian Orthodox Church
35-17
Salmon la Sac – Frank Abbott photographs
35-18
Salmon la Sac – Alfred McDonald photographs
35-19
Salmon la Sac – Guard Station
36-1
Salmon la Sac – Hunting and trapping
36-2
Scenic – Mountains
36-3
Albert Schober Collection – Highways and roads
36-4
Albert Schober Collection – Miscellaneous
36-5
Albert Schober Collection – Ski Club
36-6
Ski Club
36-7
Sports Teams
36-8
Sports Teams
36-9
Theater – Drama
36-10
Thomas Family – Cle Elum
36-11
Thomas Ranch – Cle Elum Airport
36-12
Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council
36-13
Upper Kittitas County Heritage Council
36-14
Washington State Politicians
36-15
Winter scenes
36-16
Zentner Cigar Factory
36-17
Miscellaneous – Negatives
36-18
Miscellaneous – Photographs
37-1
Businesses – Upper Kittitas County
37-2
Cattle and sheep industry
37-3
Cemetery – Roslyn
37-4
Cle Elum
37-5
Coal mining
37-6
Ethnic groups
37-7
Farming
37-8
Fire
37-9
Fur trapping and farming
37-10
Gold mining
37-11
Groups (unidentified)
37-12
Individuals (unidentified)
37-13
Logging
37-14
Mount St. Helens eruption
37-15
Native Americans
37-16
Outdoor recreation
37-17
Parades and events
37-18
Art Pasa slides – Coal mining
37-19
Plate maps of Upper Kittitas County
38-1
Railroad
38-2
Residential
38-3
Road transportation
38-4
Roslyn
38-5
Saloons and prohibition
38-6
Schools
38-7
Snowstorm and flood
38-8
Sports teams
38-9
Travel lodges
38-10
Upper Kittitas County – Cities
38-11
Water supply
38-12
Winter recreation
38-13
Miscellaneous
39-1
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-2
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-3
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-4
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-5
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-6
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-7
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-8
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-9
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-10
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-11
Cle Elum - Flood of 1916
39-12
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-13
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-14
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-15
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-16
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-17
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-18
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-19
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-20
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-21
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-22
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-23
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-24
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-25
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-26
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-27
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-28
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-29
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-30
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-31
Family in automobile, ca. 1916
39-32
Family in automobile, ca. 1916
39-33
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-34
Cle Elum - Snowstorm of 1916
39-35
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-36
Cle Elum – Flood of 1916
39-37
Group portrait, ca. 1916
40-1
Snipes & Company Bank – Ellensburg
1889
40-2
Johnson House – Ellensburg
1889
40-3
Wildcat Dance Hall (a.k.a. Bucket of Blood Bar) – Liberty
circa 1920
40-4
Road building – Lower Kittitas Valley
circa 1900
40-5
Hay farm – Thorpe
circa 1900
40-6
Mine Number 7 – Cle Elum
1917
40-7
Glacier Peak Mining Company retrieving supplies – Roslyn
circa 1910
40-8
Local entertainers – Cle Elum
circa 1900
40-9
Mine Number 7 – Cle Elum
circa 1915
40-10
Mine Number 5 – Cle Elum
circa 1920
40-11
Labor Day – Cle Elum
circa 1916
40-12
Post Office and local shop – Cle Elum
circa 1892
40-13
Colonel Thatcher visit – Cle Elum
circa 1912
40-14
Hunting party – Upper Kittitas Valley
circa 1910
40-15
Haines & Spratt Hardware – Cle Elum
circa 1915
40-16
Independent Market – Cle Elum
circa 1920
40-17
Torino Saloon – Cle Elum
circa 1920
40-18
Saloon – Roslyn
circa 1920
40-19
Pool hall – Upper Kittitas County
circa 1920
40-20
Northwester Improvement Company – Ronald
1917
40-21
New Home Bakery – Cle Elum
1910
40-22
Primary School – Roslyn
circa 1900
40-23
Train Depot – Lester
circa 1920
40-24
Coal miners – Roslyn
circa 1920
40-25
Coal miners – Roslyn
circa 1890
40-26
Stock certificate – Roslyn Mining District
1904
40-27
Reliable Auto Company – Cle Elum
circa 1912
40-28
Ashman Bar – Cle Elum
circa 1910
40-29
Labor Day – Cle Elum
circa 1920
40-30
Fourth of July – Cle Elum
circa 1920
40-31
Automobile – Cle Elum
circa 1930
40-32
Automobiles and city street – Cle Elum
circa 1920
40-33
Parade – Cle Elum
circa 1920
40-34
Gold dredge – Swauk Creek Canyon
circa 1910
40-35
Gold mining – Roslyn
circa 1890
40-36
Mining district – Liberty
circa 1900
40-37
Gold mining – Swauk Mining District
circa 1900
40-38
Gold mining – Swauk Mining District
circa 1900
40-39
Bronco Mine – Cle Elum
circa 1890
40-40
First public school – Liberty
circa 1918
40-41
Yakima Indians
circa 1914
40-42
View of city – Lester
circa 1900
40-43
Family drive – Snoqualmie Pass
circa 1941
40-44
Business district – Cle Elum
circa 1888
40-45
Fur trapping - Mike Burchak with bobcat – Upper Kittitas Valley
1964
40-46
Fur trapping - Marie Burchak with land otter - Upper Kittitas Valley
1955
40-47
Fur trapping - Mike Burchak & Son (Dennis) - Upper Kittitas Valley
1959
40-48
Bob Woods Silver Fox Farm - Upper Kittitas Valley
1933
40-49
Bob Woods Mink Farm - Upper Kittitas Valley
1933
40-50
Bob Woods Silver Fox Farm - Upper Kittitas Valley
circa 1920
40-51
Lumber business – Easton
circa 1914
40-52
Bob Woods Silver Fox Farm - Upper Kittitas Valley
1927
40-53
Bear hunter – Upper Kittitas Valley
circa 1900
40-54
City view (copper plate) – Cle Elum
1903
40-55
Fire – Cle Elum
1918
40-56
First Public School class – Roslyn
1889
40-57
Rural Public School – Upper Peohpoint
circa 1914
40-58
Mike Burchak – Fowler Creek, Roslyn
1968
40-59
Tavern – Cle Elum
circa 1900
40-60
Tavern – Cle Elum
circa 1900
40-61
Family farm – Thorpe
circa 1900
40-62
William Van Buren – Cle Elum
1906
40-63
Family drive – Snoqualmie Pass
1920
40-64
Laundry Shop – Cle Elum
1911
40-65
Coal miners – Cle Elum
1890
40-66
Yakama Indians
circa 1900
40-67
Yakama Indians
circa 1900
40-68
Yakama Indian Teepee
circa 1900
40-69
Yakama Indians
circa 1900
40-70
Cook for Northern Pacific Railroad – Lester
circa 1887
40-71
Family drive – Upper Kittitas Valley
circa 1920
40-72
Fire – Cle Elum
1918
40-73
Yakama Indians
circa 1900
40-74
Bob Woods Fur Farm – Roslyn
circa 1930
40-75
City view – Ronald
circa 1918
40-76
Fire – Cle Elum
1918
40-77
Miller & Short Saw Mill – Cle Elum
circa 1910
40-78
Automobiles on First Street – Cle Elum
circa 1916
40-79
Butcher’s shop – Roslyn
circa 1920
40-80
Butcher’s shop – Roslyn
circa 1895
40-81
New Home Bakery – Cle Elum
circa 1910
40-82
Sheep farm & Hot Springs Hotel – Lester
circa 1910
40-83
Skookum Copper Mine Company – Roslyn
circa 1900
40-84
Blacksmith Shop – Cle Elum
circa 1900
40-85
Birdseye lithograph – Cle Elum
1903
40-86
Birdseye lithograph – Cle Elum
1903
40-87
Panoramic view looking east – Cle Elum
circa 1927
40-88
Panoramic view looking south – Cle Elum
circa 1927
40-89
Funeral for miners killed in mine explosion – Roslyn
1892
41-1
Panoramic view looking southeast – Cle Elum
1927
41-2
Log jam on the Teanaway River
1903
42-1
Nez Pierce and Yakama Indians at Astoria, Oregon
1911
42-2
Poster map of Upper Kittitas County
1991

VII:  EphemeraReturn to Top

Series VII includes Boxes 43-45. Boxes 43-44 contain newspaper issues. Box 45 contains ephemera. All boxes are arranged chronologically.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
43-1
The Cascade Miner – State Director of Labor visits Roslyn Mines
June 8, 1921
43-2
The Miner-Echo – Memorial Day Edition
May 25, 1923
43-3
The Evening Record – Kittitas County Promotion Issue
June 25, 1923
43-4
The Miner-Echo – Biographies of Cle Elum businessmen
May 16, 1924
43-5
The Miner-Echo – Christmas Seals Issue
December 13, 1928
43-6
The Miner-Echo – Governor Roland Hartley visit to Cle Elum
February 14, 1930
43-7
The Miner-Echo – Idling miners return to work
October 10, 1930
43-8
The Miner-Echo – Cle Elum Dam to be constructed
October 24, 1930
43-9
The Miner-Echo – Cle Elum’s Fire Chief Joe Devers dies
January 8, 1932
43-10
The Miner-Echo – Ski Club organizes championship ski tournament
January 15, 1932
43-11
The Miner-Echo – Herbert Irwin Post of Veterans celebrate at new home
April 1, 1932
43-12
The Miner-Echo – Coulee Dam project
August 16, 1934
43-13
The Miner-Echo – Football game between Wenatchee and Cle Elum high schools
October 4, 1935
43-14
The Miner-Echo – Fourth of July plans for Cle Elum and Roslyn (2 copies)
June 11, 1937
43-15
The Evening Record – Rodeo and Pioneer Edition,
September 4, 1937
43-16
Ellensburg Daily Record – Special Rodeo Edition
September 3, 1938
43-17
The Miner-Echo – Police of Police Frank Haight dies,
October 28, 1938
43-18
The Billings Gazette – Britain, France, Poland Warn Nazis
July 3, 1939
43-19
Ellensburg Daily Record – Special Rodeo Edition
August 31, 1940
43-20
Ellensburg Daily Record – Rodeo and Pioneer Edition
August 30, 1941
43-21
The Miner-Echo – Cle Elum chosen to train pilots for Reserve Corps
September 4, 1942
43-22
The Miner-Echo – Virden Ranch sold / Mike Prokopovich killed on D-Day
June 30, 1944
43-23
The Miner-Echo – Sarah Brennan McDermott County Pioneer dies
August 11, 1944
43-24
The Miner-Echo – Cascade Lumber Company winds up operations in Upper County
August 25, 1944
43-25
The Miner-Echo – Guest resort initiated in Teanaway Valley / Joe Manerich and Warren Ackerlund return home from German Prison camp
June 29, 1945
43-26
The Miner-Echo – Cle Elum First Street Project got underway / John Prokopovich Retired Miner dies
January 4, 1946
43-27
The Miner-Echo – Andy Bednar killed in mining accident / Fred Anderson a retired logger from Easton found dead
March 8, 1946
43-28
The Stars and Stripes (Mediterranean edition) – Editorial rights of soldiers threatened
March 17, 1946
43-29
Ellensburg Daily Record – Special Rodeo Edition
August 31, 1946
43-30
The Miner-Echo – Aerial photograph of Cle Elum
October 18, 1946
43-31
The Seattle Sunday Times – Rotogravure Section on Ellensburg Rodeo
September 4, 1949
43-32
The Miner-Echo – Rear Admiral R. T. McElligott pays tribute to Douglas Monro
June 2, 1950
44-1
Ellensburg Daily Record – Centennial Edition
July, 1953
44-2
Northern Kittitas County Tribune – Roslyn’s Diamond Anniversary Issue
June 29, 1961
44-3
The Miner-Echo – South Cle Elum seeks new name
January 4, 1962
44-4
The Miner-Echo – Patrick Mine to be used as emergency site for state government
January 24, 1962
44-5
The Miner-Echo – Publishers of The Miner-Echo sell out to Northern Kittitas County Tribune
November 1, 1962
44-6
Northern Kittitas County Tribune – Voting on school site delayed
January 24, 1963
44-7
Ellensburg Daily Record – Loggers Festival
July 2, 1964
44-8
Northern Kittitas County Tribune – Early History of Cle Elum Issue
July 2, 1964
44-9
Northern Kittitas County Tribune – Fred R. Dullahant Ronald pioneer dies
May 27, 1965
44-10
Northern Kittitas County Tribune – Cle Elum High School gets national recognition
April 7, 1971
44-11
Ellensburg Daily Record – United States Bicentennial Edition
July, 1976
44-12
Northern Kittitas County Tribune – Upper Kittitas County visitor’s guide
1981
44-13
Ellensburg Daily Record – Resources and Conservation in Kittitas County
1982
44-14
The Localizer – Ellensburg 100th Anniversary Issue
July 28, 1983
44-15
Northern Kittitas County Tribune – Summer’s Visitor’s Guide
1984
44-16
Ellensburg Daily Record – Upper County places to visit
August 31, 1984
44-17
Northern Kittitas County Tribune – Visitor Guide
1986
44-18
Ellensburg Daily Record – Resources and Conservation in Kittitas County
1986
44-19
Kittitas Valley Localizer – Story on Doris and John Clymer
May 15, 1986
44-20
Northern Kittitas County Tribune – Roslyn Centennial Edition
July 3, 1986
44-21
Ellensburg Daily Record – Kittitas County Promotional issue
September 2, 1988
44-22
Ellensburg Daily Record – Roslyn Mine Explosion of 1892 retold
August 18, 1989
44-23
Ellensburg Daily Record – Special Rodeo Edition
1994
44-24
Yakima Herald Republic – Columbia to the Crest
1996
44-25
Ellensburg Daily Record – Kittitas Valley Barns
2000
44-26
Ellensburg Daily Record – Special Rodeo Edition
44-27
Miscellaneous oversized clippings
45-1
Cle Elum Confectionary poster
circa 1920
45-2
Economy Grocery paper bag
circa 1990
45-3
Cle Elum High School banner hand painted on paper
circa 1955
45-4
“Louis Armstrong Spotlight” Cle Elum High School prom banner hand painted on paper
circa 1955
45-5
State of Washington “Tax on Purchase” tokens - Stamped on paper, plastic and metal
circa 1930s
45-6
1941 Diary of Donald Carlin, a young boy believed to have resided in Cle Elum, possibly the son of Leon D. (substation operator for the railroad) and Margaret

VIII:  Regional and local mapsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
46-1
City of Cle Elum – Compiled from map data from 1912 and updated on November 25, 1949
Compiled from map data from 1912 and updated on November 25, 1949
46-2
Cle Elum Ranger District
November 1938
46-3
Kittitas County Road Map
1995
46-4
Kittitas County Soil Map
1937
46-5
Metsker’s Pocket Map of Kittitas County
circa 1970
46-6
Yakima Irrigation Project, Kittitas Division
1933
46-7
Metsker’s Pocket Map of Kittitas County
circa 1960
46-8
Cle Elum Ranger District
1949
46-9
Yakima Irrigation Project, Kittitas Division
1930
46-10
Official County Road System Map of Kittitas County
1971
46-11
Photocopy of Township Map No. 22 North, Range No. 11 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Lake Keechelus area)
circa 1900
46-12
Photocopy of Township Map No. 20 North, Range No. 14 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Nelson Siding area)
March 8, 1893
46-13
Photocopy of Township Map No. 20 North, Range No. 15 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Cle Elum – Roslyn area)
circa 1900
46-14
Photocopy of Township Map No. 21 North, Range No. 12 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Thorpe area)
circa 1905
46-15
Photocopy of Township Map No. 20 North, Range No. 13 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Easton area)
circa 1900
46-16
Photocopy of Township Map No. 21 North, Range No. 11 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Lost Lake area)
circa 1900
46-17
Photocopy of Township Map No. 21 North, Range No. 13 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Lake Kachess area)
September 5, 1912
46-18
Photocopy of Township Map No. 19 North, Range No. 15 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Snoqualmie Pass area)
circa 1900
46-19
Kittitas County Off-Road Vehicle Recreation Guide Map
1990
46-20
The North Central Cascades: A Pictorial Relief Map
1964
46-21
Metsker’s Pocket Map of Kittitas County
circa 1970
46-22
Upper Kittitas County Winter Recreation Map
2005
46-23
City Map of Roslyn
1969
46-24
City Map of Cle Elum (black and white)
1969
46-25
Green Trails (15 minute series) map of Liberty area
1975
46-26
Green Trails (15 minute series) map of Mount Stuart area
1975
46-27
Green Trails (15 minute series) map of Kachess Lake area
1975
46-28
Green Trails (15 minute series) map of Easton area
1975
46-29
Green Trails (15 minute series) map of Cle Elum area
1975
46-30
Photocopy of Township Map No. 20 North, Range No. 15 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Cle Elum - Roslyn area)
circa 1900
46-31
Photocopy of Township Map No. 21 North, Range No. 11 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Lost Lake area)
circa 1900
46-32
Photocopy of Township Map No. 21 North, Range No. 18 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Unknown area)
circa 1900
46-33
Photocopy of Township Map No. 20 North, Range No. 17 East, Williamette Meridian, Washington (Liberty area)
circa 1900
46-34
Photocopy of Plat of the Town of Cle Elum
April 12, 1888
46-35
Photocopy of Plat of the Town of Roslyn
circa 1886
46-36
Photocopy of Plat of the Town of Cle Elum
July 26, 1886
46-37
Photocopy of Map of the City of South Cle Elum
September, 1917
46-38
Photocopy of First Addition to Cle Elum map
May, 1899
46-39
Photocopy of Plat of the Town of South Cle Elum
January 15, 1891
46-40
City Map of Cle Elum (color)
1969
46-41
City Map of South Cle Elum
1969
46-42
The City of Roslyn
January, 1914
46-43
City Map of Roslyn
1969
46-44
Hand drawn map of Kittitas County
circa 1980
47-1
Map of Columbia, copy
Ross, Alexander, 1783-1856 (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
1849; Copy created in 1972
48-1
Map of Kittitas County, copy
Jones, Rowland M. (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
1947; Revised 1948
49-1
Road Index Map of Kittitas County, copy
Department of Highways (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
1954
50-1
Official County Map of Kittitas County, copy
Kittitas County Engineer’s Office (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
Depicts 1885 county roads; 1961
51-1
Official County Map of Kittitas County, copy
Kittitas County Engineer’s Office (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
Depicts 1885 county roads; 1961
52-1
Map of Kittitas County Road System, copy
Anderson, Howard R. (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
1961; Revised 1966
53-1
Map of Kittitas County Road System, including George McClellan expedition route, copy
Blossom, Gordon E. (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
1971
54-1
Kittitas County Road System Map, copy
Kittitas County Road Engineer (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
1972; Revised June, 1980
55-1
Kittitas County Road System Map, copy
Kittitas County Road Engineer (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
1972; Revised February, 1985
56-1
Kittitas County Road System Map, depicting early irrigation ditches and canals, copy
Blossom, Gordon E. (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
1971
57-1
Ronald Town Site Map, showing Anderson’s Additions in Section 18, copy
Oversized map in tube container
circa 1910
58-1
Map of the City of Roslyn, copy
Oversized map in tube container
circa 1910
59-1
Map of the City of Roslyn, copy
Seville, D. P. (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
September 15, 1911
60-1
Map of the Roslyn Cemetery, copy
Aerie 696 Fraternal Order of Eagles (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
61-1
Roslyn State Centennial map, copy
Allen, Bonnie (creator)
Oversized map in tube container
1989

IX:  Oral historiesReturn to Top

Series IX is made up of Boxes 62-74. Boxes 62-66 contain audio cassettes. Box 67 contains reel-to-real audio tapes. Boxes 68-70 contain compact discs. Box 71 contains compact discs and DVDs. Boxes 72-73 contain transcripts and indices of oral histories, along with other biographical information. Box 74 contains VHS videos.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
62-1
Barich, Pauline
1977
62-2
Basano, Mary
62-3
Beattie, Eb
1976
62-4
Beattie, Ed
1976
62-5
Bell, Bob, Sr.
1972
62-6
Bell, Bob, Sr.
1972
62-7
Bell, Bob, Sr.
1972
62-8
Bell, Bob, Sr.
1972
62-9
Bell, Bob, Sr.
1972
62-10
Bell, Bob, Sr.
1972
62-11
Bell, Bob, Sr.
1972
62-12
Bizyack, Jacob
1981
62-13
Bizyack, Jacob
62-14
Bourke, Susan Hlebok
1982
62-15
Bourke, Susan Hlebok
1982
62-16
Bourke, Susan Hlebok
1982
62-17
Bresko, John
1975
62-18
Bresko, John
1980
62-19
Bresko, John
1985
62-20
Briski, Marko
1972
62-21
Briski, Marko
1972
62-22
Burchak, Marie
1972
62-23
Burchak, Michael
1972
62-24
Burcham, Cliff
1985
62-25
Chartrand, Clovis
1975
62-26
Chartrand, Clovis
1975
62-27
Chartrand, Clovis
62-28
Coleman, Seth
1980
62-29
Collodi, Isabelle
1991
62-30
Controtto, Dominick
1975
62-31
Controtto, Dominick
1975
62-32
Crestanello, Elize
1976
62-33
Cresto, Dom
1979
62-34
Cresto, Neal – Starkovich, Thomas – Starkovich, Daryle
63-1
Kuchian, Fabian Sr. – McKean, Amealie
63-2
Davies, Mrs.
1980
63-3
Davies, Margaret – Davies, Lawrence – Goddard, Mary
1978
63-4
Denman, Clayton (Salmon la Sac Guard Station architectural evaluation)
1973
63-5
Denny, Fred
1973
63-6
Diner, Fred
1991
63-7
Elsner, Adolf
1972
63-8
Elsner, Adolf
1972
63-9
Elsner, Adolf
1972
63-10
Elsner, Adolf
1972
63-11
Elsner, Adolf
1972
63-12
Elsner, Adolf
1972
63-13
Elsner, Adolf
1972
63-14
Fackler, Henrietta
1989
63-15
Fackler, Ralph
1989
63-16
Favro, Mario
1997
63-17
Favro, Mario
1997
63-18
Galloway, Clyde
1973
63-19
Gasparich, George
1993
63-20
Gregorich, Olga
1973
63-21
Gregorich, Olga
1973
63-22
Gregorich, Olga
1973
63-23
Gregorich, Slava
1973
63-24
Gregorich, Slava
1973
63-25
Gregorich, Slava
1973
63-26
Gregorich, Slava
1973
63-27
Gregorich, Slava – Meagher, Louie
1972-1973
63-28
Guistino, Minnie
1979
63-29
Gunter, Henry
1974
63-30
Gunter, Henry
1974
63-31
Gunter, Henry - Stove, Adelaid
1974
63-32
Gunter, Henry - Stove, Adelaid
1974
63-33
Hansen, Alfred
1973
63-34
Heathcock, Mrs.
1977
64-1
Heron, May
circa 1970s
64-2
Jenkins, Morris
1977
64-3
Jenkins, Morris
1977
64-4
Jenkins, Morris
1978
64-5
Jenkins, Morris – Dubinsky, Anna – Dubinsky, Michael
1981
64-6
Jenkins, Morris
1992
64-7
Jenkins, Morris
64-8
Jenkins, Morris
64-9
Johnson, Rhonda
1971
64-10
Jordin, Ole
1972
64-11
Kashevnikov, John
1972
64-12
Kirsch, John
1987
64-13
Kitchen, Billy – Stonebreaker, Narcissa
64-14
Kladnik, Ray
1975
64-15
Kordes, Frank
1975
64-16
Kuchin, Fabian
1996
64-17
Kuchin, Fabian
1997
64-18
Labusky, Steve
1976
64-19
Labusky, Steve
1976
64-20
Lumsden, Bill
1972
64-21
Longhbough, Robert Harvey
1971
64-22
Longhbough, Robert Harvey
1971
64-23
Longhbough, Robert Harvey
1971
64-24
Mann, Ernest – Owens, Eta
1973
64-25
Marchiando, Joseph – Marchiando, Tranquilla
1979
64-26
Mataya, Frank
1981
64-27
McDonald, Alfred
1973
64-28
McGovern, Neal
1973
64-29
McKnight (Mus), Theresa
1994
64-30
McKnight (Mus), Theresa
64-31
Meagher, Louie
1972
64-32
Meagher, Margaret
1974
64-33
Father Mercer
64-34
Father Mercer
65-1
Mohar, Anna
1977
65-2
Mohar, Anne
1985
65-3
Musso, Frank (interviews with others)
1954
65-4
Musso, Frank
1975
65-5
Musso, Frank
1977
65-6
Musso, Frank
1980
65-7
Musso, Frank
1980
65-8
Panerio, Dante
1980
65-9
Panerio, Dante
1981
65-10
Pasa, Arthur – Rushton, Chuck
1981
65-11
Pasa, Arthur
1997
65-12
Pasa, Arthur
1997
65-13
Pasin, Stanley – Pasin, Jean
1979
65-14
Radford, Chris (biography)
1980
65-15
Renfro, Valeria
1979
65-16
Rigek, John
1973
65-17
Rigek, John
1973
65-18
Rigek, John
1973
65-19
Rigek, John
1973
65-20
Rigek, John
1973
65-21
Schele, Al (interviews with others)
1972
65-22
Schober, Albert
65-23
Schober, Albert
65-24
Schober, Albert
65-25
Schober, Albert
65-26
Schober, Albert
65-27
Schober, Albert
65-28
Schober, Albert
65-29
Schober, Albert
65-30
Sibillia, Angelo
1979
65-31
Sibillia, Angelo
1979
65-32
Snowden, Bonnie
1991
65-33
Stewart, Bill
1973
65-34
Taylor, Ansel
1975
66-1
Taylor, Ansel
1975
66-2
Thomas, Howard
1972
66-3
Young, Mona
1983
66-4
Young, Mona
1983
66-5
Unidentified
66-6
Unidentified
66-7
Unidentified
66-8
Unidentified
66-9
Casland history
66-10
Gold mining in the Swauk Valley
66-11
Basque folk music performed by local groups
66-12
Croatian folk music performed by local groups
66-13
Italian folk music performed by local groups
66-14
Unidentified folk music
66-15
Seattle Junior Tamburitzans at Roslyn
1976
66-16
Seattle Junior Tamburitzans at Roslyn
1976
66-17
Cle Elum – Blessing of Food for Easter (8 mm video cassette)
66-18
Fish Hatchery Construction (8 mm video cassette)
1996
66-19
Albert Bandzek walkabout Slavonic Cemetery
66-20
Kordes, Frank
1981
66-21
Kordes, Frank
67-1
Shaw, A. E., 1963
1963
67-2
Schober, Albert
67-3
Stonebraker, Narcissa
1971
67-4
Forbes, Harry – Louis Meagher
1971
67-5
Shaw, A. E.
1963
67-6
Loughbaugh, Robert Harvey
1971
68-1
Baker, Anna (Anderson)
1992
68-2
Baker, Anna (Anderson)
1992
68-3
Barich, Pauline
1977
68-4
Barich, Pauline
1977
68-5
Bell, Robert
1972
68-6
Bell, Robert
1972
68-7
Bell, Robert
1972
68-8
Bell, Robert
1972
68-9
Bell, Robert
1972
68-10
Bell, Robert
1972
68-11
Bell, Robert
1972
68-12
Bianchetto, Conrad
1979
68-13
Bizyack, Jake
1981
68-14
Bizyack, Jake
1981
68-15
Briski, Marko
1972
68-16
Briski, Marko
1972
68-17
Briski, Marko
1972
68-18
Burchak, Marie
1974
68-19
Burchak, Marie
1974
68-20
Burchak, Marie
1974
68-21
Burchak, Mike
1974
68-22
Burchak, Mike
1974
68-23
Burchak, Mike
1974
68-24
Collodie, Isabelle
1991
68-25
Cresto, Neal – Starkovich, Tom
1988
68-26
Davies, Margaret – Davies, Lawrence
1977
68-27
Elsner, Adolph
1972
68-28
Elsner, Adolph
1972
68-29
Elsner, Adolph
1972
68-30
Fassero, Mary
1996
68-31
Fassero, Mary
1996
68-32
Fassero, Mary
1996
68-33
Fassero, Mary
1996
68-34
Fassero, Mary
1996
68-35
Fassero, Mary
1996
68-36
Faudree, Easter
1991-1992
68-37
Faudree, Easter
1991-1992
68-38
Forbes, Harry
1972
68-39
Forbes, Harry
1972
68-40
Forbes, Harry
1972
68-41
Forbes, Harry
1972
68-42
Forbes, Harry
1972
68-43
Forbes, Harry
1972
68-44
Forbes, Harry
1972
68-45
Gasparich, George
1993
68-46
Gregorich, Olga
1973
68-47
Gregorich, Olga
1973
68-48
Gregorich, Olga
1973
68-49
Gregorich, Slava
1973
68-50
Gregorich, Slava
1973
69-1
Gunter, Henry
1974
69-2
Gunter, Henry
1974
69-3
Gunter, Henry
1974
69-4
Gunter, Henry
1974
69-5
Gunter, Henry
1974
69-6
Gunter, Henry
1974
69-7
Gunter, Henry
1974
69-8
Gunter, Henry
1974
69-9
Gunter, Henry
1974
69-10
Hanson, Alfred
1973
69-11
Hanson, Alfred
1973
69-12
Hanson, Alfred
1973
69-13
Hanson, Alfred
1973
69-14
Hiner, Virgil
69-15
Horton, Dale
1975
69-16
Jenkins, Morris
1992
69-17
Jordin, Lelah
1972
69-18
Jordin, Lelah
1972
69-19
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-20
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-21
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-22
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-23
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-24
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-25
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-26
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-27
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-28
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-29
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-30
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-31
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-32
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-33
Jordin, Ole
1972
69-34
Kanyer, Nina
1976
69-35
Kladnik, Ray
1975
69-36
Kladnik, Ray
1975
69-37
Labusky, Steven
1976
69-38
Labusky, Steven
1976
69-39
Labusky, Steven
1976
69-40
Lambert, Thomas – Lambert, Jack
2005
69-41
Lambert, Thomas – Lambert, Jack
2005
69-42
Lambert, Thomas – Lambert, Jack
2005
69-43
Loughbaugh, Robert Harvey
1971
69-44
Lumsden, William
1972
69-45
Lumsden, William
1972
69-46
Lumsden, William
1972
69-47
Lumsden, William
1972
69-48
Lumsden, William
1972
70-1
Mayata, Frank
1981
70-2
Mayata, Frank
1981
70-3
Mattielli, Anthony
1980
70-4
Mattielli, Anthony
1980
70-5
Mattielli, Verna
1980
70-6
McGovern, Neal
1973
70-7
McKean, Edward
1981
70-8
McKean, Edward
1981
70-9
Meaghers, Louie
1972
70-10
Meaghers, Louie
1972
70-11
Meaghers, Louie
1972
70-12
Meaghers, Margaret
1974
70-13
Meaghers, Margaret
1974
70-14
Mrak, Angela
1973
70-15
Mrak, Angela
1973
70-16
Mrak, Angela
1973
70-17
Mrak, Angela
1973
70-18
Mrak, Angela
1973
70-19
Owen, Etta
1973
70-20
Panario, Dante
1980
70-21
Panario, Dante
1981
70-22
Panerio, Major
1973
70-23
Pasa, Arthur
1997
70-24
Pasa, Arthur
1997
70-25
Pasa, Arthur
1997
70-26
Pasin, Jean – Pasin, Stan
1979
70-27
Rice, Nadine (Thomas)
1991
70-28
Rice, Nadine (Thomas)
1991
70-29
Rigek, John
1973
70-30
Rigek, John
1973
70-31
Rigek, John
1973
70-32
Rigek, John
1973
70-33
Rigek, John
1973
70-34
Rigek, John
1973
70-35
Rigek, John
1973
70-36
Rigek, John
1973
70-37
Rigek, Josephine
1981
70-38
Rooks, Ted
1972
70-39
Rooks, Ted
1972
70-40
Rooks, Ted
1972
70-41
Rooks, Ted
1972
70-42
Rooks, Ted
1972
70-43
Rooks, Ted
1972
70-44
Roslyn Kiwanis Club
1990
70-45
Sabellia, Angelo
1979
70-46
Saivetto, Camilla
1976
70-47
Saivetto, Camilla
1976
70-48
Saxby, Ethel
1981
70-49
Stoves, Adelaide
1974
70-50
Stoves, Adelaide
1974
70-51
Stoves, Adelaide
1974
70-52
Taylor, Chet
2005
71-1
Taylor, Chet
2005
71-2
Taylor, Chet
2005
71-3
Taylor, Chet
2005
71-4
Taylor, Chet
2005
71-5
Taylor, Chet
2005
71-6
Walsh, Stella
1983
71-7
Walsh, Stella
1983
71-8
Walsh, Stella
1983
71-9
Young, Mona
1982
71-10
Young, Mona
1982
71-11
DVD copies of 16 mm films
circa 1930s
Reel 1: Camping in Taneum - Mary and Pete Fassero Family
Reel 2: Snoqualmie Pass - 3rd Street in Cle Elum - Lake Cle Elum
Reel 3: Lake Quinalt - Elwa River
Reel 4: Diablo Dam - Locals at Dam
Reel 5: Cle Elum High School Patrol
1952
Reel 6: Cascade Golf and Country Club
circa 1930
Reel 7: Men Golfing - 3rd Street in Cle Elum – Locals – Hunting – Women’s Dress
Reel 8: Mountaineers Mt. Olympus Climb
circa 1933
Reel 9: Family outing in Cle Elum area
Reel 10: Family Camping - Quinalt River - Edmund Meany - Mt. Seattle Climb
Reel 11: Children – Locals
circa 1930
Reel 12: Zoro Gardens Nudist Colony – California
circa 1930
Reel 13: Birds in snow - Cle Elum
Reel 14: Mountaineers Rainier Hike
circa 1930s
Reel 15: Mountaineers Hike – Flowers
circa 1930s
Reel 16: Olympic Hot Springs
circa 1933
Reel 17: Mt. Rainier Hike - Local Mrs. Roland Low
Reel 18: Unknown Mountain Scenes
71-12
DVD copies of 16 mm films
circa 1930s
Reel 19: Cross-country Ski Cle Elum – Meany Ski Hut - Vantage area
Reel 20: Mt. Rainier – Seattle - Cle Elum Ski Tournament
Reel 21: Mountaineers Club at Rainier
1930
Reel 22: Mountaineers at Carbon Glacier - Winthrop Glacier - Mystic Rock
1930
71-13
DVD copies of 16 mm films
circa 1930s
Reel 23: Summer Mountaineer’s Club - Berkley Park - Indian Bar - Edmund Meany
1930
Reel 24: Mountaineers at Mt. Adams - Denny Creek - Kaleetain Park - Hawkins Mountain - Columbia River Fish Site
circa 1930
Reel 25: Building Lake Cle Elum Dam
circa 1930
Reel 26: Cle Elum football team and games
1929
71-14
DVD copies of 16 mm films
circa 1930s
Reel 27: Backpacking in Olympics - Trip to New Mexico - Arizona in color
circa 1930s
Reel 28: Mountaineers hike into Olympics with captions
circa 1933
Reel 28B: Mountaineers hike into Olympics with captions
Reel 29: Dutch Miller Gap area with captions
circa 1930s
Reel 30: Mountaineers hike to Cathedral Rock
circa 1930s
Reel 31: Logging and 4th of July in Casland
circa 1932
Reel 32: Gardner Inlet in Blain, Washington area, in color
circa 1930s
71-15
DVD copies of 16 mm films
circa 1930s
Reel 33: Mountaineers hike in Mt. St. Helens area
circa 1932
Reel 34: Family Scenes - Golf poses - 3rd Street in Cle Elum - Skiing
circa 1930
Reel 35: Grand Canyon - Death Valley - Golf scenes - Elderly couple - Oil wells
circa 1936
Reel 36: Mountaineers outing - Klopatchee Peak area - Professor Edmund Meany in Camp
circa 1930s
71-16
DVD copies of 16 mm films
circa 1930s
Reel 37: California trip
circa 1936
Reel 38: 3rd Street in Cle Elum - Cle Elum families - Washington coast scenes
circa 1930s
71-18
Scanned photographs on CD
71-19
Scanned photographs on CD
71-20
Scanned photographs on CD
71-21
Spawn of Coal Dust .pdf file on CD
72-1
Biales, Andrew J.
72-2
Beattie, Ed
1976
72-3
Bell, Robert, Sr.
1972
72-4
Belmondo, Guido
72-5
Bianchetto, Conrad
1979
72-6
Bonetto, Dina
1979
72-7
Bourke, Susie Hleboki
1982
72-8
Bridgeman, Misty – Music and songs
72-9
Briski, Marco
1983
72-10
Bruton, Mrs. W. D. (Flora Heelin Splawn)
72-11
Burchak, Mike
1971
72-12
Carolla, Violet
1988
72-13
Chartrand, Clovis
1975-1984
72-14
Chiado, May
1979
72-15
Coleman, Seth
1980
72-16
Collodi, Isabelle
1991
72-17
Contratto, Dominick
1975
72-18
Cresto, Dominick
72-19
Dalle, Shirley
72-20
Davidson, Mrs. J. B. (Jeane C. Schnebly)
72-21
Denny, Frederick
1973
72-22
Emerson, Moses
72-23
Forbes, Harry
72-24
Gasporich, George
72-25
Gavalier, Rose
72-26
Gregorich, Olga
1973
72-27
Gregorich, Slava
1973
72-28
Grinstead, Mrs. Samuel
72-29
Guistino, Minnie
1979
72-30
Gunther, Henry
72-31
Hanson, Alfred
1973
72-32
Hargreaves, R. T.
72-33
Heathcock, Mrs.
1977
72-34
Houser, Clarence J.
72-35
Jenkins, Morris
2001
72-36
Jordin, Ole
72-37
Kirsch, Jack
1987
72-38
Kladnick, Ray
1975
72-39
Kordes, Frank
1975
72-40
Labusky, Steve
72-41
Longhbaugh, Robert Harvey
1971
72-42
Lumsden, Bill, Sr.
72-43
Malono, Chris
1978
72-44
Marchiano, Joseph – Marchiano, Tranquilla
1979
73-1
Mattielli, Tony
1980
73-2
Mattielli, Verna
1980
73-3
McCredy, Alice
73-4
Meagher, Louie
1972
73-5
Meagher, Margaret
73-6
Menghel, Christopher
73-7
Meritich, Fanny
73-8
Mires, Austin (excerpts taken from diary)
1911
73-9
Mires, Mrs. Austin
73-10
Mrak, Angela
73-11
Musso, Frank
1977
73-12
Osborn, Mrs. R. M.
73-13
Owens, Richard
1983
73-14
Palmer, Clarence
73-15
Panario, Dante
73-16
Price, William B. – Price, Mary Etta
73-17
Rice, Nadine (Thomas)
1991
73-18
Rigek, John
1972
73-19
Rooks, Ted
1972
73-20
Sander, Mrs. C. A.
73-21
Savietto, Camilla
1979
73-22
Schnebly, Mrs. P. H.
73-23
Sibillia, Angello
73-24
Smith, Miss Leta May
73-25
Sporcich, Andrew
73-26
Stevens, Mrs. William A. (Rosa)
73-27
Stewart, David
73-28
Stoves, Adelaid
1974
73-29
Shaw, Mrs. Albert Elknah (Eva Olding)
73-30
Taylor, Ansel
1975
73-31
Thomas, Howard
73-32
Vaughn, James W.
73-33
Vaughn, Layinnia Haynes
73-34
Venara, Joseph – Venara, Clara
1979
73-35
Williams, Anita Mary
73-36
Young, Brigham (Mona)
1982
73-37
Interviews – Miscellaneous
73-38
Early Kittitas County History
73-39
Prehistoric History
73-40
Worksheets – Oral histories
73-41
Transcripts for “Rural America: Sundown in Small Town”
74-1
At Liberty: The Oldest Gold Mining Town in Washington State – Television Documentary
1986
74-2
William Costello – Mount Rainier Expedition Film
Summer of 1930, restored 1986
74-3
Everything Change: An American Elder Television Documentary
1986
74-4
Kittitas County’s Architectural Heritage – Televised Slide Show
74-5
Making the Grade – Television Documentary
January 27, 1991
74-6
Personal History of Casland in Upper Kittitas County
May 24, 1989
74-7
Promotional film to save the Roslyn Mines
circa 1958 and preserved in 1992
74-8
Roslyn, Washington Historic Cemetery Tour
May 31, 1987
74-9
Rural America: Sundown in a Small Town (Cle Elum) – Television Documentary
1992
74-10
Schools of the Upper County – Digital Slideshow
November 29, 1993
74-11
South by Northwest – Black in the Pacific Northwest – Television Drama
1976
74-12
Student Mine Exploration
November 19, 1990
74-13
Student Project Video on Historic Sites in Cle Elum and Roslyn
May 16, 1991
74-14
Student Video on Historic Buildings and Areas of the Upper Kittitas Valley
circa 1990
74-15
Women Back When in Kittitas County – Television Documentary
July 14, 1981
74-16
Albert Schober narrates pictures at Cle Elum Museum
April 10, 1986

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
75-1
Wooden Bocce balls
circa 1920
75-2
Northern Pacific Railway - Roslyn Centennial miners cap
1986
75-3
Commemorative metal badges from Roslyn’s Coal Miners Festival and Pioneer Days
1999-2000; 1969-1998
75-4
Wooden miniature of Chinese cradle for gold mining
75-5
Japanese World War II flag (reproduction)
75-6
Basque flag
75-7
Theodore Roosevelt campaign ribbon - Cle Elum
September 10, 1904
75-8
"Household Calendar" published by Barse and Hopkins of New York, New York
1919
75-9
War Ration Booklets
1943-1944
75-10
One Buck and Five Buck Ellensburg Rodeo Chips
1948
76-1
Cardboard miniature of the Brick Tavern in Roslyn
circa 1980
77-1
Ukrainian costumes (3)
78-1
Silk robe with sash
78-2
Tai chi costume with sash
79-1
Taxidery Wildcat Skin rug
79-2
Silver Fox Stole
80-1
Ores: Antimony, Cinnabar,Cobalt, Copper Kidney found near Salmon La Sac, Fossils: Shale with Palm Frond, from Swauk Formation, 55 million years old,; Fossil leaf from Roslyn coal slag, from Roslyn formation, 43 million years old; 2 unknown fossil leaves
80-2
Artifacts: Iron Spike, 3 hammer stones, 3 projectile points