Historic Ephemera Collection, 1880-2016

Overview of the Collection

Historic Ephemera Collection
1880-2016 (inclusive)
10 Linear feet of shelf space
Collection Number
SC 004 (collection)
This collection includes ephemeral materials, mainly printed items, on a wide variety of subjects, acquired from the mid-20th century onward from various sources.
Washington State University Libraries' Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections (MASC)
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
Terrell Library Suite 12
Pullman, WA
Telephone: 509-335-6691
Access Restrictions

This collection is open and available for research use.


Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Definition: Ephemera are "materials, usually printed documents, created for a specific, limited purpose, and generally designed to be discarded after use." (from A Glossary of Archival and Records Terminology by Richard Pearce-Moses). Pamphlets, admission tickets, performance programs, and trade cards are a few examples of ephemera.

This collection includes ephemeral materials, mainly printed items, on a wide variety of subjects, acquired from the mid-20th century onward from various sources.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Copyright restrictions may apply.

Preferred Citation

[Item description]

Historic Ephemera Collection, 1880-2016 (SC 004)

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


The collection is arranged alphabetically by subject. In some cases, unsorted or miscellaneous items are filed at the end of each subject grouping.

Location of Collection

(MASC STAFF USE) Basement, range 1-1, and map cases. Items marked "oversize" are housed separately. "Oversize 1" items are in legal-size manuscript cases; "Oversize 2" in oversize flat boxes; "Oversize case" in map cases.

Acquisition Information

The materials in this collection were received from many different sources, including old vertical files from the WSU Libraries and unaccessioned, unprocessed gifts. MASC staff gathered them into this collection, beginning in 2010.

Future Additions

This is an open-ended collection; additions are expected.

Processing Note

MASC staff initially assembled this collection in 2010-2011. In 2016, approximately 130 additional items were interfiled.

Related Materials

This collection includes only a small fraction of the ephemeral materials available in MASC. Many more items are included in manuscript collections, special collections, university archives, and the WSU Publications collection. Some ephemeral items held in MASC are individually cataloged, and can be found by searching the WSU Libraries' online catalog.

One of the larger ephemera collections held by MASC is the Washington State University Ephemera and Realia Collection, 1905- (SC 010)

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

AgricultureReturn to Top

"The Palouse Country: The Home of Dry Edible Peas." Leaflet. Whitman County, WA.
Inland Empire Pea Growers Association, Inc. Fourteenth Annual Report. Oakesdale, WA, 1954 October 26.
Fruit box labels -- Washington State
(Location note: fruit box labels are in Oversize 1)
"Shrader: Northwest Apples." E. E. Shrader and Co. Yakima.
"Empire Builder: Washington State Apples." Cashmere Pioneer Growers. Cashmere.
"Chere Best: Washington Apples." Columbia Fruit Packers, Inc. Wenatchee.
"Lake Chelan: Washington Boxed Apples." Lake Chelan Growers Union. Chelan. 2 copies.
"Trout Brand: Quality Boxed Apples." Lake Chelan Fruit Growers. Chelan.
"Hula Apples." Universal Fruit and Produce Co. Seattle.
"Dahn-D: Washington Apples." Floyd Dahn Fruits Inc. Wenatchee.
"Hi-Yu Brand Apples." Northern Fruit Co. Inc. Wenatchee.
"Blue Winner Brand." Okanogan Valley Apples. Okanogan Growers Union. Okanogan.
"Briskey Brand." Briskey and Sons. Naches.
“Red Winner: Okanogan Valley Apples.” Okanogan Growers Union. Okanogan.
(Location note: Oversize 2)
Yakima Chief: Choice Evaporated Apples.” Washington Dehydrated Food Co. Yakima.
(Location note: Oversize 2)
Make the Garden Pay. L. A. Hawkins. International Harvester Company, 1926.
Livestock and Poultry
Yakima County Dairy Herd Improvement Association. Twenty-Fifth Annual Report, Silver Anniversary. 1926-1951.
Whitman County Fair and Horse Show. Premium List. 1952.
Vaccination as a Preventive Remedy Against Diseases of Live Stock. Harold Sorby. 1895.
Agriculture and Livestock in the Lewiston County. Lewiston Commercial Club. Lewiston, ID.
Washington Swine Breeders Directory 1955-56. Washington Swine Breeders Association. Pullman, WA.
"Washington: the Evergreen State in the Pacific Northwest, Supreme for Poultry." Pamphlet. Washington Record of Performance Breeders. Puyallup, WA. 1925.
"Weyerhaeuser Utility Products for Chicken Raisers." Brochure. Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. Everett, WA.
Fisher's Radio Visits with Pacific Northwest Poultrymen and Dairymen. Pamphlet. Fisher Flouring Mills Company. Seattle. Circa 1930.
Fifteenth Annual Report of the Whatcom County Dairy Herd Improvement Association. 1937.
Seventh Annual Report: Thurston County Dairy Herd Improvement Association. 1927-1928.
Washcoegg. Washington Co-operative Egg and Poultry Association Newsletter. Vol. 9, No. 43. 1932 April 2.
S.C. White Leghorns as bred at Tancred Farms. Tancred Breeding Farms Catalog. Kent, WA. Circa 1920s.
"Wilcox Farms Inc." Pamphlet. Roy, WA.
Eighteenth Annual Report of the Skagit and Island County Dairy Herd Improvement Association. 1940. 2 copies.
Nineteenth Annual Report of the Skagit and Island County Dairy Herd Improvement Association. 1941.
Pacific Northwest Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders' Directory. Pamphlet. Circa 1960.
Pacific Northwest 1963-64 Directory. Guernsey Breeders: Herd and Herd Sire Information.
"Cattle Thieves Beware: $500 Reward." Broadside. Washington Cattle Association. Ellensburg, WA.
Stock certificate and accompanying information. Washington Co-operative Egg and Poultry Association. 1928.
Livestock -- Cattle sale catalogs
Seventh Annual Draft of Hercules Shorthorns. Hercules Ranch, Sprague, WA. 1927 February 25.
Second Annual Thurston County Holstein Sale. Oakville, WA. 1925 June 10.
Pacific International Jersey Sale. North Portland, Oregon. 1923 November 8.
Pacific International Guernsey Sale. North Portland, Oregon. 1923 November 7.
Gue's Fall Consignment Sale of Registered Holstein-Friesians. Silver Lake Fairgrounds. 1926 October 20.
Pacific International Hereford Sale. Portland, Oregon. 1924 November 7.
Annual Pacific International Sale of Hereford Cattle. Portland, Oregon. 1926 November 5.
Northwest Holstein Breeders' Second Annual Pacific International Quality Holstein Sale. Portland, OR. 1927 November 4.
Complete Dispersal Sale. Satsop, WA. 1921 July 22.
Third Semi-Annual Sale. Western Washington Holstein Breeders' Association. Snohomish, WA. 1916 May 3-4.
Seventh Semi-Annual Sale. Western Washington Holstein Breeders Association. Kent, WA. 1918 April 17.
Grays Harbor County: Sale of Holstein-Friesian Cattle. Elma, WA. 1924 October 14.
Washington State Holstein Sale. Snohomish, WA. 1924 June 25.
Annual Pacific International Shorthorn Sale. Portland, OR. 1932 October 20.
Northwest Holstein Breeders' First Annual Pacific International Quality Holstein Sale. Portland, Oregon. 1926 November 5.
Riverland Holstein Complete Dispersal Sale. 1925 December 14.
Wood Creek Stock Farm Dispersal Sale. Monroe, WA. 1926 February 22.
Catalog of the Evergreen Dairy Classic 5th Annual Fall Sale, featuring Holstein-Friesian Cattle. Mount Vernon, WA. 1945 October 15.
Sacrifice Dispersion Sale. Coeur d'Alene, ID. 1945 December 11.
Sale of Registered Dairy Bulls. Oregon Agricultural College. 1921 June 16.
Lee Brothers Reduction Sale. Skagit County Fairgrounds, Mt. Vernon, WA. 1924 October 22.
First Annual Quality Guarantee Sale. Whatcom Co. Holstein-Friesian Breeders Association. Lynden, WA. 1922 May 11.
Announcing Dispersal Sale. Stanwood, WA. 1922 December 6.
Firloch Stock Farm Holstein Dispersal. Redmond, WA. 1928 August 31.
A Reduction Sale of Hamilton Holsteins. Chehalis, WA. 1925 June 24.
Victory gardens
Victory Garden Guide. New edition. Standard Oil Company of California, 1944.
Twenty-Third Annual Manufacturers' and Land Products Show and Seventeenth Annual Northwest Grain Show. Premium list, Pacific International Livestock Exposition, Inc. Portland, OR. 1938 October 1-9.
The Spokane County Farm Bureau News. Newsletter. Spokane. 1920. (Location note: oversize 2)
"Use Ford Nitrogen Plant Food." Brochure. Ford Motor Company. Dearborn, MI. Circa 1940s-1950s.
A Business Program for the Farm. Pamphlet. Washington State Agricultural Conservation Committee. Circa 1937.
Images of the Land: A Pictorial Journey through Washington Wheat Country. David Anderson. Wheat Life.
Tractor Motor Lubrication: A Hand-book for the Tractor Operator. Thomas E. Coleman. Madison, WI. Revised,1918.
Unsorted Items
"Happy Hour Mixology: 44 Famous Mixed Drinks." Southern Comfort Corporation. St. Louis, MO. Circa 1970s.

Artifacts (realia)Return to Top

(Location note: in Oversize 2)

"Peace and Friendship" medal (Jefferson peace medal). Replica, 105 mm. (Location note: on display in MASC reading room)
Dial-A-Matic Automatic Adding Machine. Sterling Plastics.
U and I Sugar Co. souvenir. Toppenish plant opening. Circa 1917.
Token for $.10 cup of coffee at any Sambo's Restaurant. 1972.
$ silver certificate.
Valentine's postcard from WWI, addressed to Carl Brewster, Jr. of Pullman, WA.

BusinessReturn to Top

A Question every Business Woman asks Herself. New England Mutual Life Insurance Company. Boston, MA.
What Kind of America? Benjamin F. Fairless. Pamphlet. Circa 1953.
The Palmer Method of Business Writing. A. N. Palmer. The A. N. Palmer Company. 1926.
A B C's of Scapegoating. Pamphlet. Foreword by Professor Gordon W. Allport.
"State of Washington Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law." Brochure. Aetna. 1939.
The March Through Life. First National Bank, Pullman, WA. 1919 July.
First National Bank and Trust Company card.
How to Sell Leather Goods in a Drug Store. Booklet. Amity Leather Products, Co. West Bend, WI. 1930.

CalendarsReturn to Top

1944 calendar. New England Mutual Life Insurance Company.
July, August, and December 1957 calendars. Higgins Drug Store. Pullman, WA. (Location note: oversize 1).
Pullman: Glimpses of the Past. 1974 Calendar. Pullman Printers.
Kodol Almanac 200 year calendar. E.C. DeWitt & Co. Chicago. 1903.
"Flash Kodaguide" (calculator). Eastman Kodak Company.
"Outdoor Snapshots in Color." Booklet. Dufay Color Company. New York.
"Rainbow Hawk-Eye No. 2 Folding Model C, Single Lens." Eastman Kodak Company. Rochester, NY. Circa 1930s-1940s.
Pacific Northwest -- Columbia Basin Project
"Welcome to...Rocky Reach Dam." Brochure.
"Fish Facilities on the Lower Columbia and Snake rivers at Corps of Engineers' Projects [Portland]." Brochure. Portland, OR. 1968.
"Lower Snake Project: Slack Water to Lewiston." Brochure. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District. 1973.
"Bonneville Dam: Oregon and Washington." Brochure. U.S. Army Engineer District, Portland. 1973.
"Dworshak: Dam and Reservoir." Brochure. Walla Walla District Corps of Engineers. Walla Walla, WA. 1973.
"Ice Harbor: Lock and Dam." Brochure. Snake River, WA. Walla Walla District Corps of Engineers.
"John Day Dam (Lake Umatilla): Oregon and Washington." Brochure. U.S. Army Engineer District, Portland. 1970.
"Ririe Dam and Lake." Brochure. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District. 1971.
"The Dalles Dam: Oregon and Washington." Brochure. U.S. Army Engineer District, Portland. 1973.
Grand Coulee Dam and the Columbia Basin Reclamation Project. Pamphlet. United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation.
"Rocky Reach" Hydroelectric project of the Columbia River." Pamphlet. Chelan County Public Utility District. Wenatchee, WA.
Map of current and proposed dams on the Snake and Columbia Rivers.
Report on Water Resource Development, Columbia River Basin. Public hearing statement of Paul W. Light, Inland Navigation Company, before the Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army. Typescript (includes photographs). Portland, OR. 1959 March 11.
KSEM Columbia Basin Progress Edition. December, 1955. (Location note: in Oversize 2)
"John Day Lock and Damn (Columbia River): Oregon and Washington." Brochure. US Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District. September, 1958.
"McNary Dam: Oregon and Washington." Pamphlet. US Army Corps of Engineers. Walla Walla District. Circa 1955.
Unsorted Items

EducationReturn to Top

Colleges and universities
See also the Washington State University Ephemera and Realia Collection, 1905- (SC 010)
"Here We Have Idaho: A Self-guide to the University of Idaho." Brochure. Moscow, ID.
The News Letter of the College English Association. Union College: Schenectady, NY. Vol. 4, No. 7. 1942 November.
The News Letter of the College English Association. University of Maryland: College Park, MD. Vol. 8, No. 4. 1946 April.
The Asian Student. Orientation Handbook, Sixth edition. San Francisco, CA.
Washington State Normal School: Annual Catalog 1933-1934. Vol. 30. Bellingham, WA. 1933.
"Semi-Centennial Celebration: University of Washington." Program. Circa 1911.
The Funding Crisis in Washington: Public Universities: A Few Facts. Pamphlet. 1980.
Colleges and universities -- Library bookplates
Envelope 1
State Agricultural and Technical Institute. Canton, NY.
University of Idaho.
University of Illinois. 4 copies.
University of Maryland.
University of Georgia.
University of Massachusetts.
Miscellaneous bookplates.
Boyden Library. Foxboro, MA.
Envelope 2
University of Chicago.
Envelope 3
State College of Washington.
Correctional institutions
"Educational Opportunities of W.S.R." [Washington State Reformatory.] Leaflet. 1935 September 15.
"An Educational Survey of the Inmates of Washington State Reformatory." Department of Education leaflet. Monroe, WA. 1935.
High School
Cartoon Features For Progressive High School Publications. Student Publications Service, Illinois. 1942-1943.
"Where am I Going?" Washington Pre-College Test pamphlet. Circa 1973.
The Esperanto Home-Student. James Robbie. Eleventh edition. Washington, D.C. 1942.
Bokabulario: Esperanto=Ispano-Amerikano. Compiled by Jesus Amaya. 1934.
Rural Library Service
Rural Library Service. Farmers' Bulletin No. 1847. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 1940.
King County
"King County Schools." William J. Hutchins. Leaflet. Circa 1918.
"King County Schools." A.S. Burrows. Broadside. Circa 1918. (Location note: oversize 2)
"Good News for W. J. Hutchins. He Wins a $5,000 Prize." American Magazine, No. 85 (1918), 25-27. Photocopy. (Location note: oversize 2)
Lacrosse, WA
Lacrosse High School diploma for Helen Joyce Fleming, class of 1930.
Pullman, WA
"The Pullman High School Commencement Program." 1950 June 1.
"The Pullman High School Baccalaureate Services." 1950 May 28.
"Annual Report." Pullman School District No. 267. 1959-1960 School Year.
"Pullman Adult Education Opportunities." Pullman School District brochure. Spring 1974.
"Daycare." (Mimeographed proposal to set up nursery school-child care centers in Pullman schools). 1973.
Spokane, WA
Spokane Public School: Circular of Information. Pamphlet with information about teacher qualifications and compensation. Circa 1920s-1930s.
The United States Atomic Energy Commission: What It Is, What It Does. Pamphlet. Revised edition, 1967.
Our Atomic World: The Story of Atomic Energy. C. Jackson Craven. Pamphlet. Revised edition, 1964.
The Mystery of Matter. William G. Pollard. United States Atomic Energy Commission Division of Technical Information pamphlet, 1970.
Nuclear Power and the Environment. United State Atomic Energy Commission Division of Technical Information pamphlet, 1969.
Radioactive Wastes. Charles H. Fox. Revised edition. United States Atomic Energy Commission Division of Technical Information pamphlet, 1969.
Study tips
Hints on How to Study. Phi Eta Sigma, 1946.
Teachers and Teaching
How To Apply For A Position and Why Teachers Fail. Pamphlet. North Central Teacher Service.
Teachers' Application Handbook. Schummer School Service. Seattle. 1938.
Technical Training
"Preliminary Instructions for Beginners in Telegraphy as taught by the Wenthe Railway Correspondence School, of Freeport, Ill., U.S.A." J.W. McCaffrey. Circa 1900-1910.
Unsorted Items
"Dworshak National Fish Hatchery." Brochure. Ahsahka, ID. 1973.
The Story of Salmon. Isabel N. Young. Pamphlet. New York: American Can Company. 1934.
"Game Fish: Seasons and Limits, 1970." Pamphlet. [Washington] State Game Department.

ForestryReturn to Top

Forestry in the Pacific Northwest. Hugo Winkenwerder. The American Tree Association, 1928.

Home EconomicsReturn to Top

"Chevron Cleaning Solvent." Flyer. Standard Stations, Inc.
Hearing. Pamphlet. New York. Metropolitan Insurance Company.
First Aid. Pamphlet. New York Metropolitan Insurance Company.
Living the Healthy Life. Jesse Feiring Williams. Pamphlet. John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company. Boston, MA.
Epilepsy- the Ghost is Out of the Closet. Herbert Yahraes. Public Affairs Pamphlet No. 98.
When Our Parents Get Old. Pamphlet. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
Overweight and Underweight. Pamphlet. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
Soaps and Detergents. Pamphlet. Soap and Detergent Association. 1981.
The Art of Home Furnishing and Decoration. Frank Alvan Parsons. Armstrong Cork Company. 1918.
"About Fabrics and Patterns: No. 1: Lessons 1 and 2." Booklet. Singer Manufacturing Company. 1957.
"Pattern Layout Cutting and Marking: No. 2: Lesson 3." Booklet. Singer Manufacturing Company. 1957.
"Fitting -- Buttonholes and Pockets: No. 3: Lesson 4." Booklet. Singer Manufacturing Company. 1957.
"Bastings, Seams, and Slashes: No. 4: Lesson 5." Booklet. Singer Manufacturing Company. 1957.
"Seam Finishes, Neckline, and Joinings: No. 5: Lesson 6." Booklet. Singer Manufacturing Company. 1957.
"Sleeves, Plackets, and Closings: No. 6: Lesson 7." Booklet. Singer Manufacturing Company. 1957.
"Hems, Belts, and Finishes: No. 7: Lesson 8." Booklet. Singer Manufacturing Company. 1956.
Good Things to Eat Made With Arm and Hammer Baking Soda. Martha Lee Anderson. Pamphlet. 1933.
Health Playmates. Ethel T. Wolverton. Leaflet. Wheat Flour Institute.
Blackboard Lessons on Food. Marguerite Breen and Agnes Larson. Pamphlet. Wheat Flour Institute. Chicago. 1937.
"Three Meals a Day." Pamphlet. Kellogg Company. 1928.
Planning Meals. Pamphlet. John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company. 1932.
Eskimo Cook Book. Pamphlet (2nd ed.). Prepared by students of Shishmaref Day School. Shishmaref, AK. Circa 1950s.
"The Oregon Trail." A worksheet for children to learn healthy eating habits and behavior (uncut sheet, 8 pages).
What Makes Jelly "Jell"? Pamphlet with recipes. General Foods Corporation. New York. 1951.
"Familiar Foods and Party Treats." Pamphlet. Seven-Up Co. St. Louis, MO. 1953.
Legume Your Menu: Cooking with Dry Peas and Lentils. Pamphlet. Washington and Idaho Pea and Lentil Commissions. Moscow, ID. Circa 1990.
Cinderella at the Race. Ethel T. Wolverton. Wheat Flour Institute. Chicago.
Rip Van Winkle's Health Sleep. Ethel T. Wolverton. Wheat Flour Institute. Chicago.
Canning Jar Labels. Booklet of labels. U and I Sugar. Circa 1940s-1950s.
Unsorted Items
Parents Guide to Marijuana. L. Robert McNally. Pamphlet. Circa 1970s (2 editions).
A Friend in Need. Church and Dwight Co., Inc. 1933.
"Facts." Ransom's Illustrated Encyclopedia. D. Ransom, Son & Co. Buffalo, NY. Circa 1880s-1890s.
Use of Chemical Additives in Foods. Booklet. Food Protection Committee, Food Nutrition Board. National Research Council. Washington, D.C. 1951.
The Prize Winner. Pamphlet on diphtheria. Circa 1930.
"Straight from the Shoulder." National Dairy Council. Chicago. 1945.
"Eugenics Seeks to Improve the Natural Qualities of the Human Family." The Eugenics Records Office. Long Island, NY. Circa 1920s.
Hygiene and Reproduction
So You Don't Want to be a Sex Object. Sheri S. Tepper. Pamphlet. 1977.
Look at Your Future. Pamphlet/Comic strip. American Institute of Men's and Boys' Wear, Inc. New York. 1962.
Manpower. United States Public Health Service. Washington, D.C.
When Abortion was Illegal: Untold Stories. Brochure with information on short film. Bullfrog Films. Oley, PA. Circa 1980s.
Women's Hygiene ads for Quest Deodorant Powder, Kurb tablets, and Kotex. Circa 1940s-1950s.
Prophylactics: sales literature. Penn Supply Company. 1935.
Prophylactics brochure and order form. Por-Tex Distributors. 1935.
Prophylactics and other sexual hygiene products: sales literature. Boswell Products. 1935.
Growing Up and Liking It. Booklet. Personal Products Corporation. Circa 1958.
Janie's Diary: All About Grooming for Early Teens. Booklet. Makers of Mum. New York. 1957.
Through the Looking Glass to Good Grooming. Booklet. Proctor & Gamble. 1956.
Beauty on a Budget. Booklet. The Gillette Co. 1955.
Beauty on a Budget. Booklet. The Gillette Co. 1957.
Hair Beauty on a Budget! Booklet. The Gillette Co. 1958.
How to Make your Figure Add Up...With Proper Bras and Girdles. Booklet. E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Co. Circa1950s.
"Glamour for Teens." Brochure. Hollywood V-Ette Vassarette. 1958.
Beauty Guides. Glynne. 3-ring binder inserts. Circa 1950s.
Unsorted Items

Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commemoration, 2001-2006Return to Top

(Location note: in Oversize 2)

Newspaper clippings, 2001-2003
Book dust jackets
Miscellaneous materials, 2001-2006

MilitaryReturn to Top

Qualifying Test For Civilians. 9 November, 1943. Information about the qualifying test for the Army Specialized Training Program and the Navy College Program.
Mt. Rainier Ordnance Depot map and type-written description. Circa 1940s.
"Insignia of the Army, Navy and Marine Corps." Brochure.
"How to Identify Them: Army and Navy." Blotter.

National SymbolsReturn to Top

Flag of the United States
The Stars and Stripes of the United States. Pamphlet. 1970.

OrganizationsReturn to Top

American Legion
American Legion, Maynard-Price Post No. 52, Pullman, WA. Coasters.
American Legion programs. Department of Washington: Walla Walla and Bellingham. 1937-1938.
Clubs (see also Women's Clubs)
Constitution, By-Laws, Rules and Lists of Members of the University Club of Spokane. 1926 April 17.
Spokane Country Club. Pamphlet with constitution, by-laws, rules, directory, etc. 1919 and 1922.
Tuesday Evening Club. Colfax, WA. 1902-1908.
Xenodican Club. Palouse, WA. 1925-1926.
Narcissa Whitman Club Year Book. Asotin, WA. 1927-1928.
Grange (Patrons of Husbandry) -- National
"The Grange Initiate and Declaration of Purpose of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry." Pamphlet.
"Introducing the Grange." Flyer. The National Grange. Washington, D.C. 2 copies.
"Welcome to the Grange." Brochure. The National Grange Building. Washington, D.C. 2 copies.
"Grange Women." Flyer. The National Grange. Washington, D.C.
"What is the Grange?" Leaflet. The National Grange. Washington, D.C.
Grange (Patrons of Husbandry) -- Washington State
"The Junior Grange: An Organization for Rural Boys and Girls." Leaflet. Washington State Grange Junior Department. Seattle, WA. 2 copies.
"Your Washington State Grange." Pamphlet.
"Deputy Conference." Program. Roosevelt Hotel, Seattle, WA. Washington State Grange. 1977.
Women's Clubs
Idaho State Federation of Women's Clubs. Biennial year books, 1922-1924, 1928-1929.
Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Idaho Third District Federation of Women's Clubs. Lewiston, ID. 1916 October.
The Questers. Program for 1926-1927.
Chicago Woman's Shelter and Annex. Brochure. Circa 1916.
W. C. T. U. Calendar. State Women's Christian Temperance Union of Oregon. [1904?]
Official Call and Program, Seventeenth Annual Meeting. Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs. Prineville. 1917 October 22-25.
The Fortnightly Club of Eugene, Oregon. 1918-1919.
Oregon City Woman's Club. 1921-1922.
Annual Program of the Woman's Missionary Society and Woman's Association. Portland. 1919-1920.
Chapter A: Twentieth Annual Year Book. Portland. 1924-1925.
Portland Woman's Club. 25th Annual Announcement. 1921-1922.
Washington State
Instructions to Delegates: to Fifteenth Annual Convention of Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs. Brochure. 1911.
Official Call to the Thirty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs. Spokane. 1933 June.
Twenty-Third Annual Convention of the Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs. Program. Centralia. 1919 June.
Washington State Chapter: P.E.O. Twenty-Third Annual Convention. Minutes. Bellingham. 1926 June 9.
Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs Directory. 1950-1951.
Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs. Third Annual Meeting. Seattle. 1899 June.
P.L.F. Year Book. Bellingham. 1910-1911.
P.L.F. Year Book. Bellingham. 1927-1928.
Triangle Club. Brewster. 1940-1941.
Woman's Commercial Club. Castle Rock. 1926-1927.
Northeastern District Federation of Women's Clubs Year Book. Cheney. 1927-1928.
Music Study Club of Clarkston, Washington. 1926-1927.
Sacajawea Club: Nineteenth Annual Announcement. Clarkston. 1926-1927.
Aloha Club Year Book. Colfax. 1934-1935.
The Athenaeum Club Year Book. Colfax. 1896-1903; 1930-1931 (8 items).
Elizabeth Forrest-Day Club. Dayton. 1933-1934.
The Everett Woman's Club. Program. 1926-1927.
Thirty-Fourth Annual Announcement of the Woman's Book Club. Everett. 1927-1928.
Woman's Club Year Book. Hoquiam. 1928-1929.
Year Book of the Woman's Club. Neppel. 1926-1927.
Woman's Club of Olympia. Olympia. 1963-1964.
Woman's Literacy Club Program. Port Angeles. 1928-1929.
Prosser Woman's Club. Prosser. 1939-1940.
Daughters of the American Revolution: Eliza Hart Spalding Chapter. Pullman. 1923-1924, 1924-1925, 1936-1937, 1937-1938, 1938-1939, 1940-1941, 1943-1944.
Pullman Women's Council. 1914-1915.
Pullman Mother's Club. 1914-1915, 1916-1917, 1917-1918 (2 copies), 1918-1919, 1919-1920, 1920-1921 (2 copies).
Pullman Woman's Club. 1923-1924, 1925-1926, 1926-1927, 1927-1928, 1928-1929, 1929-1930, 1930-1931.
Pullman Women's Club. 1931-1932, 1932-3, 1933-4, 1934-1935, 1935-1936, 1937-1938, 1938-1939, 1947-1948.
Websterian Debating Society, Ninth Annual Banquet. Pullman. 1909 May 12.
Year Book of the Puyallup Woman's Club. Puyallup. 1910-1911.
Research Club. Raymond. 1929-1930.
The Reardan Women's Club. 1926-1927.
Rosalia Study Club Program. 1927-1928.
Classic Culture Club. Seattle. 1928-1929.
Ladies Grotto Club. Seattle. 1927-1928.
Sorosis Year Book. Seattle. 1911-1912.
The Seattle Foundation of Women's Clubs. 1928-1929.
The Woman's Century Club. Seattle. 1927-1928, 1928-1929.
Woman's Educational Club. (Seattle) 1928-1929.
The Woman's Century Club. Seattle. 1928-1929.
Women's University Club of Seattle. 1928-1929.
Women's University Club of Seattle. 1924-1925.
Women's University Club of Seattle. 1921-1922.
The Women's Century Club. Seattle. 1922-1923.
Progressive Club. Sequim. 1926.
Snohomish District Federation of Women's Clubs Directory. 1926-1927.
Wednesday Club Year Book. Spokane. 1928-1929, 1929-1930, 1930-1931.
The Amethyst Club. Spokane. 1926-1927.
Spokane Sorosis. 1926-1927.
Fortnightly Study Club Year Book. Spokane. 1926-1927.
Twentieth Century Club Year Book. Spokane. 1926-1927.
The Spokane Federation of Women's Organizations. Spokane. 1930-1931.
The Woman's Club of Spokane. Spokane, WA. 1920-1911.
The Spokane Federation of Women's Organizations. Spokane. 1926-1927.
Year Book of the Sumner Civic Improvement Club. Sumner. 1928-1929.
Athena Club. Tacoma. 1926-1927, 1932-1933, 1939-1940, 1940-1941, 1941-1942.
Illahee Study Club. Tacoma. 1927-1928.
Illema Club. Tacoma. 1928-1929.
The Woman's Club Year Book. Tacoma. 1928-1929.
Woman's Club Program. Toledo. 1926-1927.
Waitsburg Amity Art Club. Waitsburg. 1929-1930, 1931-1932.
Progressive Club Year Book. Waitsburg. 1939-1940, 1941-1942.
Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs. Badge. Walla Walla. 1938.
Woman's Reading Club. Walla Walla. 1911-1912.
Woman's Club. White Bluffs. 1927-1928.
The White Salmon Woman's Club. White Salmon. 1928-1928.
"Washington Children's Home Finder." Washington Children's Home Society. Vol. 19, No. 6. Seattle, WA. 1916 July.
"United Black Congress First Annual Banquet." Program. November 11, 1977. Washington State University.
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Amsterdam, Holland
Miscellaneous postcards
British Columbia
Europe Road Atlas.
Odense Bys Museer (City of Odense Museums). 1960.
The Crown Jewels in the Tower of London. 1962.
The Tower of London. 1967.
Hampton Court Palace. 1967.
A Visitor's Guide to London in 1959. The Barclays Group of Banks.
The Rhine: Heart of Europe. 1958.
Reihnfalz. Schwarz-Bildbücher.
Heidelberg map.
You in Venice. Guidebook. 1967.
Pisa: Monuments of the "Miracle's Square." Prof. M. F. Carlesi. Guidebook. 1966.
Isola Bella. Guidebook.
Palermo. Italian State Tourist Department. 1937.
Vicenzia. ENIT. 1937.
Umbria. Italian State Tourist Department. 1937.
Principauté de Monaco.
The Netherlands (Holland)
This is Holland. Picture book.
Keukenhof Lisse Holland. Picture book.
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Art book.
North America
"Vancouver Visitors' Fun Map." Greater Vancouver Tourist Association.
Vancouver Island. Pamphlet about Vancouver, B.C.
Who Makes What in British Columbia and Where Obtainable. Vancouver, B.C. 1914.
"Canada's Evergreen Playground, 6-Days Tours." Canadian Pacific. 1936.
United States
"Mt. McKinley, Alaska." Brochure.
"Party Wine Punches and Wine Cocktails." Italian Swiss Colony. General Offices: San Francisco.
"San Francisco Hotel Greeters Guide." 1948 April.
J and F National Profit-Sharing Coupon, Rankin's Store. Viola, ID.
"Clark House On Hayden Lake, F. Lewis Clark Mansion." Leaflet.
"Let's Establish A National Historical Park In North Central Idaho!" Leaflet. Nez Perce Country National Historical Park Association.
"Moose Creek Ranch." Brochure. Orofino, ID.
"Idaho Recreation Guide." Leaflet.
Idaho: the place to go in 1976. Idaho Innkeepers Association. Centennial year brochure for hotels and restaurants.
"Idaho Bicentennial 1776-1976: Events Vacation 1976."
Sun Valley, Idaho. Pamphlet. Circa 1940s.
Sun Valley, Idaho: Summer. Pamphlet. Circa 1940s.
Ford Time. Booklet of essays. Orville Lowe, Inc. Des Moines, Ia. 1954. (Note: features article and clippings on Skyline Drive.)
"Sixty-six Years of Service: 1884-1950." Sister M. Alfreda Elsensohn. Pamphlet. The Sisters of St. Gertrude's Community, St. Gertrude's Convent. Cottonwood, ID.
"Seventy-Five Years of Service: 1884-1959, Fifty Years at Cottonwood: 1909-1959." Sister M. Alfreda Elsensohn. Pamphlet. The Sisters of St Gertrude's Community, St. Gertrude's Convent. Cottonwood, ID. 2 copies.
Latah County
"Historic Latah County, Idaho." Brochure. Moscow, ID. Circa 1975.
Book cover advertising Moscow, ID businesses. American Book Covers, Inc. 1953.
"Souvenir Folder of North and South Highway and Lewiston Spiral." Lewiston, ID.
Fac-Simile of Confederate 10-dollar bill. (Coupon for Lawrence Business College, Lawrence, KS.)
Historical Wax Museum of New Orleans: Musée Conti. Souvenir Guide Book. 1964.
Greater Portland: A Pleasure Guide for Visitors. Portland, ME. Volume 4, Number 2. 1960 July 15.
"An Acre in Montana Is Worth More Than an Acre Elsewhere." Flyer.
Experience the Nez Perce Trail. Auto Tour pamphlet, Yellowstone National Park to Canyon Creek, MT, 2011.
Glacier Park Boat Company. Information card with schedule and prices. Kalispell, MT.
New York
Visitors Guide to New York: the Greatest All Year Round Vacation City. Brochure. Circa 1946-1950.
Empire Observatories souvenir ticket.
North Dakota
Bottineau, North Dakota. Brochure.
Why Not Minot, North Dakota: Continental Crossroads. Brochure.
Garrison Dam and Reservoir. Brochure. Riverdale, ND. 1963.
"The Round-Up." Leaflet. Pendleton, OR. Sept. 18-21, 1929.
"Mt. Hood Stages Inc. Time Tables." Leaflet.
"The One and Only Sea Lion Caves." Leaflet. Florence, OR.
"You'll Find a Friendly, Prosperous Country." Leaflet. Wallowa County, OR.
Our Boys. Woodburn, OR. 1932 December; 1933 December.
"Lend a Hand." Inmates of the Oregon Penitentiary. Vol. 17, No. 6. 1921 November.
"Lend a Hand." Inmates of the Oregon Penitentiary. Vol. 18, No. 6. 1922 November.
"The Mayor's Address." City of Portland. Municipal Year 1879-1880.
"Celebrities--Portland Greeters." Newsletter. 1919.
"Pendleton Round-Up." Official Souvenir Program. Pendleton, OR. 1925. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
"Vot's To Do at Timberline!" Leaflet. Timberline Lodge. Government Camp, OR. 1964.
"Welcome to Corvallis: Hotel-Motel Directory." Brochure. Corvallis Chamber of Commerce.
Map of Corvallis and Oregon State Campus. 1964.
Pacific Northwest
"Map of Pacific Highway: Oregon and Washington." Waverly Oil Dealers brochure.
"Grays Harbor Lines, Motor Coach Service." Leaflet. 1939 February 1.
"Longview Bridge: the Short Route Over the Columbia River." Oregon and Washington.
"Outings in the Pacific Northwest." 1936?
What People Do on a Dude Ranch. Pamphlet. Northern Pacific, Yellowstone Park Line.
Ranch Vacations. Pamphlet. Northern Pacific, Yellowstone Park Line.
"White Pass and Yukon Route, Alaska and the Yukon." Season 1939. Brochure.
North Pacific Fair Circuit--Harness Race Schedule. Oregon-Washington-Idaho-British Columbia. 1911.
Washington, D.C.
Brief Guide to the Smithsonian Institution. Pamphlet, eighth edition.
Beautiful Washington D.C., Our Nation's Capital, in Natural Color. Pamphlet. 1950.
Washington State
"What Does a Vacation Mean to You?" Brochure. American River Resort, Snoqualmie National Forest. Naches, WA.
"isn't it time we had a...Palouse Conservation Program?" Brochure.
"McNary Lock and Dam, Lake Wallula." Columbia River, Oregon and Washington. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers brochure, 1987.
The Hanford Story. Pamphlet. 1969.
Fait's Pacific Northwest Guide. 1939-1940.
Facts About Washington State. Pamphlet. Department of Commerce and Economic Development. Olympia, WA. 1958 January.
The New Washington State. Pamphlet. Washington State Planning Council. Olympia, WA. 1943 July.
"State of Washington, Department of Highways Official Map." Olympia. 1933.
The Washington State Capitol Group. Pamphlet. Washington State Progress Commission. Circa 1942.
"Washington State's Spirit Lake Memorial Highway (SR 504)." Brochure and map. 1988.
"Exposition." Program. Works Progress Administration, District No. 4. 1936 May 15.
Program for dedication of historical marker and observance of 100th anniversary of Monticello Territorial Convention Centennial. Longview, WA. Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission. 1952 November 25.
"White Pass." Brochure. Chehalis, WA. Circa 1930s.
"Why Washington Needs More Safe Highways." Brochure. Portland Cement Association. Circa 1930s.
"Keep Washington Green and Build for the Future." Address by Dr. Wilson Compton. 1945.
"Washington On Parade: Golden Jubilee, 1889-1939." Brochure. Seattle, WA. 1939. 2 copies.
The Ordeal of the Steptoe Command. Pamphlet. Randall A. Johnson. Signed by author. 1972.
"The Story of the Petrified Forest (Gingko State Park, Washington)." State Parks and Recreation Commission pamphlet. 1952.
"White Pass-White Bluffs Cross-State Highway." Flyer. Circa 1930s-1940s.
The Washington Spectator. Vol. 1, No. 2. July, 1937.
Two Fusulinids from the Granite Falls Limestone. Roy A. Anderson. Conference presentation (typescript), "N.W.S. in Spokane," 1936 December.
"The 'Alps of America' Invite You to Big 4 Inn and Scenic Monte Cristo Region." Brochure.
"Mount St. Helens." Mount St. Helens Geological Area. U.S. Department of Agriculture. Includes packet of ash. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
"Travel Guide to State Parks Evergreen Playgrounds." Single leaf. Circa 1940s.
"Summer of '74." The Magazine of Northwest Summer Recreation. KBIQ. Seattle. 1974.
Asotin County
"A Desirable Place to Live." Pamphlet. Asotin County, WA. Circa 1930. (2 copies)
Bainbridge Island
"The Playground of Seattle invites YOU." Brochure. Bainbridge Island Central Committee.
Fight On The Home Front With Bremerton Navy Yard. Pamphlet. 1943.
"Centralia, Washington: General Data and Information." Brochure.
"Centralia Steam-Electric Project." Brochure. 1971.
"Constitution and By-Laws of the Southwest Washington Settlers' Agency." Pamphlet. Chehalis, WA. Circa 1910s.
"Chehalis: the friendly city." Brochure. Chehalis and Lewis County.
"Empire of Vacation Dreams: Southwest Washington." Brochure.
"Chehalis: The Friendly City." Brochure. Chehalis Chamber of Commerce.
"History of Chehalis and Lewis County." Mrs. Charles Mitchell, excerpt from her manuscript, "Early History of Chehalis and Lewis County." Chehalis Chamber of Commerce. (Location note: oversize 1)
"Cheney, Washington: City of Industries, Homes and Schools." Brochure.
"Chewelah, Stevens County, Washington." Brochure. Chewelah Chamber of Commerce. 1941.
"Colville: The Center of The Upper Columbia Empire." Brochure. Colville Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1940s.
"Outdoor Life In the Scenic Colville Country." Brochure. Colville Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1940s.
The S.O.L. Newspaper (parody). Volume 7. Dayton, WA. 1926 November 11. (Location note: Oversize 2)
Trade extension warrants in the denominations of blank, one, five, and ten dollars, stamped "Void." Circa 1933. (4 items.)
"Proud of Hanford" bumper sticker.
King County
"History and Progress of King County, Washington." 1916. (Location note: In Oversize 1)
Kittitas County
"Port of Kittitas County." Pamphlet. Circa 1969.
Lake Chelan
"General Information About Lake Chelan." Brochure. Circa 1948-1950.
"The Moore Inn on Beautiful Lake Chelan." Leaflet.
"Lake Chelan: Fisherman's Mecca." Leaflet. Circa 1930s.
"Lake Chelan." Brochure.
Long Beach
"Vacation at Long Beach, Washington." Brochure. Circa 1950.
"Longview, Washington." Map.
Moses Lake
"Neppel Moses Lake District, Washington." Pamphlet. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul Railway. 1913 November.
Zoning Ordinance. Pamphlet. Moses Lake. 1945.
Building Code. Pamphlet. Moses Lake. 1945.
"Moses Lake: A Name In Your Future." Leaflet. Moses Lake Chamber of Commerce. 1951.
Okanogan County
"Commercial Bank, 1890-1920." Pamphlet. Okanogan. 2 copies.
Olympic Peninsula
"Carl Cooper's Pacific Beach Hotel: Gay and Lazy Days." Brochure.
"Scenic Auto-Ferry Route Between Seattle and Olympic Peninsula." Leaflet. Ballard-Ludlow Ferry Co. 2 copies.
"The Quinault." Hotel advertising flyer. 1937.
"The Fourth Annual Trout Derby and Barbecue: Lake Quinault." Program. 1939 May 28.
"Olympic Peninsula Resort and Hotel Information." Pamphlet. 1939.
"Olympic Hot Springs Mountain Resort." Brochure. 2 versions.
"Land of Olympus...Playfield of the Gods." Brochure. The Olympicans.
"Thrill to the Call of the Olympic Wilderness." Brochure. The Olympicans.
"Olympic National Park, Washington." Leaflet. National Park Concessions, Inc.
"Mar Don Resort on Potholes Reservoir." Brochure. Othello, WA. Circa 1970s-1980s.
"A Walking Tour of Historic Palouse." Brochure.
Pend Oreille County
"Pend Oreille County, Washington." Brochure. (2 copies)
"Official Opening: Pend Oreille River Bridge at USK." Leaflet. Washington State Department of Highways. 1964 July 11.
Pullman Cab Co. advertising card.
City of Pullman: Traffic, Vehicles, and Pets. Pamphlet. Circa 1970s.
Know Your City: Pullman. Pamphlet. 1968.
Pullman: Home of Washington State University. Brochure with map. Circa 1960s.
Three Forks Press. Volume 1, Number 2. April 13, Year One. (Location note: Oversize 2)
Central Business District Development: Pullman. Pamphlet. 1968 October.
"Summer Clearance Sale." Flyer. Blackman Bros. and Co. (Location note: Oversize 1)
"Pullman Chamber of Commerce." Brochure. Pullman, WA.
"An Invitation to Live in Pullman, the Friendly Town, Home of Washington State College." Circa 1946. (2 copies)
Pullman as a College City. Chamber of Commerce brochure. Circa 1926.
"A New Hospital." Pullman Community Hospital Corporation. 1976.
"Pullman is Different." Pullman Chamber of Commerce.
Facts about Pullman, Washington and Whitman County. Pullman Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1970.
"Community Hotel, Pullman, Washington." Pamphlet. Circa 1927.
The Pullman Holiday Messenger. Pullman, WA. 1919 December-1920 January. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
"Pullman, Washington: In the Heart of the World's Richest Wheat Belt." Pamphlet. Pullman Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1950s.
"Pullman Dining and Lodging." Pamphlet. Pullman Chamber of Commerce.
Christmas Songs. Booklet. JC Penney Co. Pullman, WA. Circa 1930.
JC Penney Co. notebook. Pullman.1930.
"There is a Difference in Gasoline: Try Fire Chief." (Personalized to Mr. Brewster). Pamphlet. Cougar Service Station. Pullman, WA. Circa 1936.
"MJ's Marijuana Menu." Single leaf. 2014. Pullman, WA.
A Century of Spirit. Leaflet. United Way of Pullman. 1982.
"On the Right Track." Brochure. Pullman Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1986.
Footloose in the Palouse: Running and Walking Trails In and Around the Palouse. Brochure. Washington State University.
Pullman, Washington: Historic Walking Tour. Pamphlet. Pullman Mainstreet Program and Pullman Chamber of Commerce. 1987.
First Annual Banquet of the Pullman Commercial Club. Program and menu. 1909.
"Steptoe Monument Rededication Program." Steptoe Monument Park, Rosalia, WA. 1958 June 7.
"Welcome to Rosalia, Washington." Flyer.
"Official Program, Second Annual Rosalia Rodeo." Rosalia, WA. Rosalia Chamber of Commerce. 1950 June 3-4.
Traffic Laws, Rules and Regulations and Washington Toll Bridge Authority. Lake Washington Bridge. Pamphlet. 1940.
Traffic Laws, Rules and Regulations and Washington Toll Bridge Authority. Tacoma Narrows Bridge. Pamphlet. 1940.
"Downtown Seattle Directory." Brochure and map of businesses. Circa 1960s.
"Pacific Logging Congress." Program. 38th Session and 5th Machinery Show. 1947 November 17-19.
Who's Who at the Zoo. Gordon R. Newell. Pamphlet. Woodland Park Zoological Gardens, Seattle. 1956.
Seattle, Metropolis of the Charmed Land of the American Continent, the Pacific Northwest. Pamphlet. Lowman and Hanford Co., Seattle. Circa 1920s.
The Seattle Spirit. Seattle Chamber of Commerce and Commercial Club newsletter. Vol. 3, No. 25. Seattle, WA. 1919 June 19.
"Seattle World's Fair." Brochure. Seattle, WA. 1962.
Seattle World's Fair brochure with map. (2 versions)
To Our Neighbors. Pamphlet. Seattle Housing Authority. 1956.
Seattle: the Convention City of the Charmed Land. Pamphlet. Circa 1930s-1940s.
Seattle and Puget Sound. Souvenir photograph book.
Seattle Statistics. Seattle Chamber of Commerce. 1923 June.
"Seattle: the Claremont Apartment Hotel." Leaflet.
"Lake Washington Ship Canal; Hiram M. Chittenden Locks." Pamphlet. U.S. Army Engineer District, Seattle. 1959 May.
"Washington Toll Bridge Authority: Lake Washington Bridge, Seattle." Brochure. Circa 1938-1939.
"Washington Toll Bridge Authority: Lake Washington Bridge, Seattle, and Tacoma Narrows Bridge." Brochure. Circa 1938-1939.
"Lake Washington Floating Bridge." Dedication booklet. Seattle, WA. Metropolitan Press. 1940.
Souvenir of Seattle, Wash. Photo-gravures. Pamphlet. 1904.
Seattle...Its Opportunities and Charm. Seattle Chamber of Commerce pamphlet. Circa 1946-1950s.
Pamphlet for the new Sixth and Denny branch of Seattle-First National Bank. Circa 1950s.
"Seattle's $2,000,000,000 Program to Keep Production Rolling--And Win the War." Leaflet. Seattle Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1943.
Seattle Magazine. Hotel and Visitor's Guide. 1953 July.
The Seattle Greeter. Hotel and Motel Guide to Seattle. Transportation Issue. 1960 April.
"Constitution and Declaration of Principles of the Civic Union of the City of Seattle." Flyer.
Seattle: In the Charmed Land. Seattle Chamber of Commerce pamphlet. Circa 1930s.
"Vance Hotel, Seattle, Washington." Highway map of the State of Washington.
Pacific Northwest on Parade. 1937.
"Your Ticket to a Vacation Wonderland, in Seattle." Brochure. Seattle Chamber of Commerce. 1941.
Seeing Seattle by Water: Anderson Water Tours. Brochure.
"The Cobb Building: Office Tenancy Restricted Exclusively to Physicians and Dentists." Pamphlet. 1926.
Exhibitors' Bulletin, Pacific Northwest Merchants' Exposition. Seattle Chamber of Commerce. 1925 August.
"Americanus." Pageant Drama. University of Washington, Seattle. 1923 July 23-28. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
"American Youth for Murder." Flyer. Seattle, WA. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
"Student Anti-War Strike." Flyer. Seattle. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
Look at Life in Seattle. Seattle Chamber of Commerce. 1938. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
"An Evening in China." Invitation. China Club of Seattle. 1949.
Annual Report. Seattle Art Museum. 1943.
"May Day Celebration." Official Program. Sequim Commercial Club. 1929 May 24-26.
"Sequim and Eastern Clallam County." Brochure. Sequim Commercial Club. Accompanying map.
Snohomish County
"Your Vacation in Snohomish County, Washington." Brochure. Chamber of Commerce. Everett, WA.
"Snohomish County on Puget Sound, Washington." Pamphlet. Circa 1930s.
Camp Sweyolakan, 1926. Pamphlet. Spokane Council of The Camp Fire Girls.
Spokane: 1970 Automobile Route Guide and Directory of Grocers and Druggists. Pamphlet. The Spokesman-Review and Spokane Daily Chronicle.
A Farm Home for You. Farm Development Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce. Spokane, WA. Circa 1910s. (Location note: in Oversize 2)
Little Journeys. Pamphlets. Spokane Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1930s.
Little Journeys: Eighteen Loop Trips Throughout the Inland Empire. Spokane Chamber of Commerce. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
Interstate Coach Company coupon book. Spokane-Lewiston. Circa 1920s.
Spokane Valley bus time tables. 1938 October 3.
Inland Automobile Association directory. Brochure. Circa 1936.
Pamphlet for new headquarters building, Spokane and Eastern Division, Seattle-First National Bank. 1952.
Your 1948 Guide: Spokane Vacationland. Spokane Chamber of Commerce pamphlet.
The Dedication of the Spokane Plains Battlefield Monument. Program. 1926 July 23.
"City Map and Recreational Guide." Spokane. Circa 1940s-1950s.
"Dedication of Lincoln Memorial." Program. Circa 1930s.
Life in Spokane. Community Chest annual campaign pamphlet. 1939.
Spokane Falls Typographical Union No. 193. Job scale and apprentice regulations. 1917, 1918. (3 items)
The New Davenport Kitchen (The Proof of the Pudding is Not Always in the Eating). Pamphlet. Davenport's.
Spokane and the Intermountain Playgrounds. Brochure. Spokane Chamber of Commerce. 1936.
Spokane and the Intermountain Playgrounds. Lakes Brochure. Spokane Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1930s.
Forty Journeys into the Green Summer Playground Around Spokane. Pamphlet.
City of Spokane: Civil Service Rules. 1911.
Commentation for Spokane and its Inland Empire. Pamphlet (to accompany the motion picture "Spokane and Its Inland Empire"). The Spokesman-Review.
Miss Spokane Invites You. Brochure. Circa 1910s.
"Spokane, Northern Idaho and Montana." Hotel Greeters Tourist Guide. Pamphlet. 1941.
"Spokane." Brochure. Spokane Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1930s.
Important Facts Concerning Spokane, Washington and the Inland Empire. Brochure. Spokane Chamber of Commerce. 1955.
Spokane's Beauty Spots, reached by the Washington Water Power Co's city and interurban electric lines. Brochure. Circa 1915-1920s.
Come to the Land of Many Lakes: Spokane and the Inland Empire of the Pacific Northwest. Pamphlet. Spokane and Inland Empire, Inc. Circa 1910s-1925.
"Banking From Five Acres." Pamphlet. Greenacres Irrigated Land. Spokane Valley Land and Water, Co. Circa 1904.
Facts: Spokane: Metropolis of the Inland Empire and its Wonderful Progress in 1907. Leaflet.
Wooden nickels from Spokane, Washington's Golden Jubilee Celebration. (2 items)
One Sales Tax Emergency Token, Redeemable until June 1, 1935. Spokane Retail Trade Bureau.
Eastern Washington Historical Primer. Eastern Washington State Historical Society. 1943.
The Dilemma Facing Humanity. International Symposium I. Spokane, WA: Battelle. 1974 May.
Environmental Accomplishments to Date: A Reason for Hope. International Symposium II. Spokane, WA: Battelle. 1974 July.
Spokane Soroptimist. Vol. 2, No. 3. Spokane, WA. March 23, 1928. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
Dr. Chas. E. North. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Business card. Spokane. Circa 1900s.
"Let's Celebrate the Golden Jubilee: Meet Us in Spokane." Poster. Circa 1939.
Spokesman Review order form and information. Circa 1925.
"Woman's Home Companion." Advertisement and order form. Circa 1925.
"Steilacoom Centennial Celebration." Official program. 1952, 1953, 1954.
"Sumner, Pierce County." Brochure. Sumner Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1950s.
"1st Annual Ben Snipes Days." Souvenir Program. Sunnyside, Washington. 1958 June.
"Seventh Annual Sunnyside Pioneer Picnic and Monument Dedication." Souvenir Program. 1958 June 21.
Sunnyside at 60. Roscoe Sheller. Pamphlet. Inscribed to George A. Frykman by the author. Circa 1962.
Tacoma Invites You. Souvenir of Cushman Power Project. 1926.
"Christening of Towers and Official Opening of Cushman Power Project." Tacoma, WA. 1926 May 24.
The Port of Tacoma. Pamphlet. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
Certificate Redeemable for 25 cents, printed on wood. Chamber of Commerce, Tenino, WA. 1932.
"Kennewick-Richland-Pasco: Columbia Park." Brochure. 1962.
"Recreation For You And Your Family!" Brochure. Vancouver Housing Authority.
"You Can Really Live in Vancouver, Washington." Brochure.
"Stay Another Day in Vancouver, Washington." Brochure. Vancouver Chamber of Commerce. (2 copies)
Fruit Valley Homes Tenant Handbook. Vancouver Housing Authority. Circa 1942-1945.
"Ogden Meadows Apartments." Vancouver Housing. Circa 1942-1945.
"Facts About Vancouver, Washington." Brochure. Vancouver Public Schools. Circa 1960.
Furs to Factories: The Story of Vancouver, Washington. Pamphlet. Vancouver Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1957.
Walla Walla
"Historical Walla Walla, cradle of Pacific Northwest History." Brochure. Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1950s.
"Walla Walla: Cradle of Pacific Northwest History." Brochure. Whitman National Monument Park. Walla Walla, WA.
"Walla Walla With Its Modern Marcus Whitman Hotel." Leaflet.
"Walla Walla in Wonderful Washington State." Brochure. Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1950s.
"Walla Walla, 1856-1952: Historical Landmarks." Leaflet. Circa 1950s.
"Walla Walla: the Home City in a Scenic Valley of Productivity." Brochure. Walla Walla Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1926-1930.
"Walla Walla." Brochure. Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1940.
"Whitman Centennial Celebration." Official Program. 1936 August 13-16.
Wenatchee and Wenatchee Valley
"Meadow Creek Lodge." Brochure. Wenatchee Chamber of Commerce.
"Visit Ohme Gardens." Flyer. Wenatchee, WA.
"What to See In and Near Wenatchee, Washington." Brochure. Wenatchee Chamber of Commerce. Circa 1948.
Welcome! To Wenatchee, Washington. Folder including brochures for Aplets and Cotlets and "Wenatchee Wonderland." Circa 1960s.
Nez Perce Indian Portraits. Rowena L. Alcorn. Exhibit catalog. Historical Museum Powerhouse Rocky Reach Hydroelectric Project. Circa 1970s.
Whitman County
"Metsker's Sportsmen's Guide: Whitman County Map."
"Metsker's Whitman County Map."
"Klemgard County Park: Self guiding Trail." Brochure. Whitman County Park and Recreation Department. Circa 1970s.
"The Palouse Country: the Home of Dry Edible Peas." Souvenir leaflet. Spokane, WA. 1951 August.
"Facts about Pullman, Washington and Whitman County." Brochure. 1970.
"A Few Facts About The Garfield Community, Whitman County, Washington." Pamphlet.
"Whitman County in Washington State." Pamphlet. Whitman County Commissioners. Circa 1973.
Know Your County--Whitman. Pamphlet. League of Women Voters. Pullman, WA. Circa 1958.
Soils Section. Technical Guide (mimeographed typescript). Work Unit Personnel of Whitman County. 1956.
Palouse Harvest Fair programs. October 5-7, 1916.
Family Theater program. April-May, 1940. Oaksdale, WA.
What to Do. H. C. Eitel. Booklet. Elberton, WA. Circa 1910s-1920s.
Whitman Mission. US Department of the Interior. National Park Service. 1972.
Yakima and Yakima Valley
"Fort Simcoe." Brochure. Yakima, WA. 1953.
"Yakima." Yakima Commercial Club brochure. Circa 1920s.
"Scenic...Historic...Yakima, Gateway to Mount Rainier National Park." Yakima Chamber of Commerce brochure. Circa 1940.
"Facts About Yakima, Washington and the Yakima Valley." Yakima Chamber of Commerce. Yakima, WA. 1964 August. 2 copies.
"Yakima Valley, Washington." Yakima Valley Chambers of Commerce brochure. Circa 1940s.
"Facts About Yakima, Washington and the Yakima Valley." Yakima Chamber of Commerce brochure. 1962.
"Yakima Hotel Motel Restaurant Guide." Brochure. Yakima Visitors and Convention Bureau.
"Hey! Lookee Here: Yakima..." Brochure. Yakima Chamber of Commerce.
A Review of Health Conditions and Needs in Yakima, Washington. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. 1930.
Information Concerning the Kittitas Division of the Yakima Project, Washington. Elwood Mead. U.S. Government Printing Office. 1929.
"Yakima Invites You." Brochure. Circa 1950s.
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Soviet Union/Russia
The Crimes of the Stalin Era. Nikita S. Khrushchev. New York: The New Leader. 1956.
United States
"Are You For La Follette? Then Vote For Knute Hill for Congress." Leaflet.
Humanist World Digest. Berkeley, CA. Vol. 25, No. 4. 1953 November.
"House of Representatives Restaurant U.S. Capitol." Menu. 1954 February 22.
"Anti-God Humanists Are 'Conditioning' Our Children." Phoebe Courtney. The Independent American. 1980.
The Case of the Blighted City. Edward C. Banfield. Chicago: American Foundation for Continuing Education. 1959.
"How 27 Men Can Capture the United States." Pacific Northwest Development Association. Brochure. Circa 1950.
"Diagram of the United States Senate." Leaflet. Circa 1937. (Note: 57th Congress, 1901-1903, but printed in 1937)
The Chicano. Collection of printed informational handouts. Circa 1968-1970s.
Republican National Financing Committee mailing. 1972.
53rd Presidential Inaugural (for President Clinton) packet with invitation and inauguration information. 1993.
Negroes for a Constitutional Republican Victory mailing. 1972.
Invitation to Inauguration of John F. Kennedy. 1961.
Third Annual Congress of League of Pacific Northwest Municipalities. Seattle Rotary Club. Seattle. 1914.
Ku Klux Klan (also see Cage 4690)
Petition to join the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (blank form).
"Forrest Announces Plans for University of America: Big Non-Sectional Institution to be Ready by Fall" (newspaper article--reproduction). The Constitution. Atlanta, Georgia. Sunday, 1922 February 5. Page 7. (Location note: in Oversize case)
Reproduced letter about Compulsory Educational Bill in Washington and Idaho, from Orvin R. Smith, Spokane, WA.
Washington State
"The Bone-Erickson 'Bill." Pamphlet. Northwest Electric Light and Power Association. 1924.
"Governor Martin means Stability and Progress for all of Washington." Leaflet. 1940.
"Initiative 171 Unmasked." Leaflet. Washington Temperance Association. Concerns nullifying law requiring liquor stores to be 500 feet from churches and schools. Circa 1940s-1950s.
"What is Initiative No. 13?" Leaflet. Washington Temperance Association. Concerns restriction of liquor sales (Initiatives 13 and 171). Circa 1940s-1950s.
Campaign flyer for Mon C. Wallgren as U.S. Senator, circa 1940.
"Lincoln Club of Washington." Leaflet. Everett, WA. Circa 1930s.
The Washington Taxpayer. Vol. 1, No. 8. Seattle, WA. 1936 May.
What is Democracy Worth to You- All-Out-Aid to Finance All-Out-Defense Services. Pamphlet. Greater Seattle Defense Chest Campaign. 1941.
"A Prospectus of State Road No. 19." Wahkiakum County Development League. Cathlamet, WA. Circa 1919.
"Martin for Governor" signs.
Now! About the Election Business. Booklet for Al Canwell for Congress. Circa 1940.
"Read Why (in 5 Minutes) Frank T. Bell Should be Elected Congressman, Fourth District, Washington, Democratic Ticket." Pamphlet. Circa 1940s.
"For Governor." George H. Gannon pamphlet. Gannon-for-Governor committee. 1940.
Leaflet for Al McCoy, democratic candidate for Congress. Circa 1940s.
Leaflet for meeting on repealing 18th Amendment, held by Laurence Colman, candidate for Delegate to the State Convention. Circa 1930s.
Lift Washington with Gannon. Election literature. Pullman Gannon-for-Governor Club. Circa 1940.
"Let's Check the Record: Accomplishments of Governor Albert D. Rosellini, Democrat." Flipbook. Washington State Democratic Committee. Circa 1960s.
"Vote for Clarence D. Martin, Democratic Candidate for Representative, Fourth Legislative District, Cheney" placards.
"Ordinance No. 345." City of Pullman. 1917.
"Why Not Make Pullman a Better Place to Live?" Brochure. 1970.
New Choices in City Government: An Examination of the Optional Municipal Code with References to Pullman. League of Women Voters, Pullman, WA, pamphlet. 1970 January.
Palouse Patriot. Newsletters. 2009. (3 items)
"Pullman-Moscow Tea Party." Broadside. 2010.
Karen Kiessling for Mayor campaign leaflets. 1975.
"Know Your Government." Old National Bank. Pullman, WA. 1975 and 1976. (2 items)
"Report from Your Mayor." City of Pullman, Washington. Report for 1962.
The New Charter of the City of Seattle. 1946.
Constitutional Government League constitution and officer list. Brochure. Circa 1919.
"Voters Guide--Spokane City Election--Primary--February 25, Run-off--March 11, 1947." Committee of 1000.
Water rate schedule. City of Spokane. 1928.
"Proposed Bond Issue for Trunk Line Road System." Spokane County, WA. Board of County Commissioners. (2 copies)
Whitman County
"Whitman County Republican Club" cards
"W. O. 'Bill' Druffel, Republican Candidate for County Commissioner" card.
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Products (consumer) -- Advertising, catalogs, manuals, etc.Return to Top

"How to Choose And Use Your Refrigerator." Pamphlet. U.S. Department of Agriculture. 1946.
Household Equipment: its care and simple repair. Pamphlet. Agricultural Extension Service, State College of Washington. Ext. Bulletin 301. Pullman, WA. December, 1943.
Recommended Practice of Home Lighting. Illuminating Engineering Society. June, 1945.
Light for Living...Today and Tomorrow. Lamp Department of General Electric Company. 1945.
A Reference Manual on Electric Home Appliances. Reference Handbook No. 1. Westinghouse Educational Series. 1946 Edition.
"The Lowest Priced Quality Washer." Homer King, Inc. Tacoma, WA. Circa 1920s-1930s.
"Kitch-n Handy Cabinet Hardware and Kitchen Accessories." Folder. Washington Steel Products Co. Seattle, WA. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
"The Delco-Heat Im-Pak-Tor Boiler." Booklet. General Motors. Circa 1920s.
"The Delco-Heat Conditioner." Booklet. General Motors. Circa 1920s.
"The Delco-Heat Burner with the 'Thin Mix' Fuel Control." General Motors. Circa 1920s.
"Air Conditioning." Booklet. Frigidaire Corporation. Dayton, Ohio. 1935.
"Luxurious Heat." Booklet. General Electric. Circa 1930s.
The Man Who Revolutionized the American Home. Lowell Thomas. Booklet. Scott 7 Fitzer Company. Cleveland, OH. 1936.
"This New Comfort." Booklet. American Radiator Company. New York. Circa 1930s.
"Presenting Hoffman Controlled Heat with Air-Conditioning." Booklet. Hoffman Specialty Co., Inc. Waterbury, CT. Circa 1925.
"Semi-Hex Pencils." Blotter. Pullman, WA.
Reproduction (broadside) of advertisement page from The New York Times, 1948 April 9, concerning Edward R. Murrow. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
Sales flyer for the Kansas City Novelty Co. featuring "sensational books" (sexual content). Circa 1900-1910.
1924-1925 Price List of United States Stamps and Supplies. Booklet. Sold by B.L. Voorhees. Chicago, Il.
Steuben Glass Catalog. J.B. Hudson, Co. Minneapolis. 1955.
Steuben Glass Catalog, J.B. Hudson, Co. Minneapolis. 1954.
Sears, Roebuck & Co. sales literature. Envelope containing ads for cream separator, buggy, paint, and washing machine. Circa 1900.
Interesting Bedrooms in the Homes of Well-Known Women. Magazine. C.E. Suffield. Dayton, WA. Circa 1920s.
Fashions of the Hour. Magazine. Frederick Nelson. Christmas, 1950.
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Religion, ChurchesReturn to Top

The Society of Friends. Jane P. Rushmore. Pamphlet.
Recruiting the Priesthood. Report of Seminary Collection. 1934.
A Quaker Meeting for Worship. Douglas V. Steere. Philadelphia. 1949.
Quaker Testimonies in daily life. Frederick B. Tolles. Philadelphia.
Americans All: A Short History of American Jews. Chicago: Anti-Defamation League. Circa 1942-1945.
"Evening Service." Program for United Presbyterian Church. 1908.
American Missionary Association Life Membership certificate. 1854. (Location note: oversize 2).
Tracts, sermons, miscellaneous
Popular Amusements and The Christian Life. Rev. Perry Wayland Sinks. 1896.
"In the Beginning God--" And Other Talks. Mark A. Matthews. 1924.
The Mass Versus The Lord's Supper. H. A. Ironside. 1926.
The Second Coming of Christ. Moody, Ryle, Harriet Beecher Stowe. 1896.
Heaven: Its Hope, Its Inhabitants, Its Happiness, Its Certainty, Its Richness, Its Rewards. D. L. Moody. 1908.
Pullman, WA
Baptist Broadcaster. Pullman, WA. 1926 January.
The Baptist Broadcaster. Pullman, WA. 1926 February.
"Souvenir of the Dedication of Services of St. Patrick's Church. Program. Colfax, WA. 1895 March 17. (Location note: Oversize 2)
George Musso souvenir football card, signed.
Pullman (WA) High School football program.
"All-American Football Game." Folded cardboard football game. Zenith Radio Tubes. 1938.
Rolling Hills Roller Derby. Pamphlet. Pullman, WA. Circa 2010s.
"Malice in Wonderland." Roller Derby program. Pullman, WA. Circa 2010s.
"Malice in Wonderland." Poster advertisement. Pullman, WA. Circa 2010s. (Location note: oversize 2)
"Shamrock Shakedown." Roller Derby program. Pullman, WA. Circa 2010s.
Oregon vs. Washington State football ticket stub. November 11, 1961.

TaxidermyReturn to Top

"Illustrated Catalogue of Taxidermists, Naturalists and Oölogists Instruments." Codman and Shurtleff. Boston, Mass.
Performance programs
"In the Snare." The Magazine-Programme.
"Yoicks!" Kingsway Theatre. The Magazine-Programme, No. 519.
"The Wandering Jew." Programme. New Theatre.
"The Tyrant." Programme. New Theatre, London.
"Fata Morgana." Programme. Criterion Theatre.
"Souvenir Programme: Rudolph Valentino in 'Monsieur Beaucaire' at the London Pavilion." The Magazine-Programme.
"Theatrical Garden Party." Actor's Orphanage, Royal Hospital, Gardens Chelsea. 1925 June 30.
"The Pelican." Ambassadors Theatre. The Magazine-Programme, No. 505.
"The Rat." Prince of Wales' Theatre. The Magazine-Programme.
"Treasure Island." Strand Theatre, London. The Magazine-Programme, No. 514.
"The Fool." Programme. Apollo Theatre, London.
"The Co-Optimists." The Palace [Theatre], London. The Magazine-Programme, No. 523.
"By the Way." Programme. Apollo Theatre, London.
"The Mask and the Face." Criterion Theatre.
"Betty in Mayfair." Adelphi Theatre.
"The Chinese Bungalow." The Magazine-Programme, No. 578. The Golders Green Hippodrome, London.
"The Madras House." The Magazine-Programme, No. 565. Ambassadors Theatre, London.
"The Farmer's Wife." The Magazine-Programme, No. 539. Royal Court Theatre, London.
"R.S.V.P." Programme. Vaudeville Theatre, London.
"The Honourable Mr. Tawnish." Programme. King's Theatre, London.
"Good Luck." Programme. Theatre Royal, London.
"The Hour and the Man." Programme. New Theatre, London.
"Operette." Programme. His Majesty's Theatre, London.
"The Sport of Kings." The Magazine-Programme, No. 524. Savoy Theatre, London.
"The Vortex." The Magazine-Programme, No. 527. Comedy Theatre, London.
"Cobra." The Magazine-Programme, No. 548. Garrick Theatre, London.
"White Cargo." Programme. The Playhouse, London.
"The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company." The Magazine-Programme, No. 553. The Golders Green Hippodrome, London.
"The Last of Mrs. Cheyney." The Magazine-Programme, No. 571. The Golders Green Hippodrome, London.
"The Scarlet Pimpernel." Programme Cover. Brixton Theatre, London.
"The Honourable Mr. Tawnish." Advertisement. King's Theatre, London.
"The Apache." Programme. The Palladium, London. 2 copies.
"Ben-Hur." Programme. The Tivoli Strand.
"The Man in Dress Clothes." Programme. Lyceum Theatre Strand.
"Dancing Mothers." Programme. Queen's Theatre, London.
"The Odd Spot." Programme. Little Theatre, London.
"Alf's Button." Programme. Princess Theatre, London.
"The Blue Peter." Programme. Princess Theatre.
"The Royal Carl Rosa Opera Company." Programme. Lyceum Theatre Strand.
"A Kiss for Cinderella." Programme. Theatre Royal, Haymarket.
"Merchant of Venice." Programme. Johnson high School. Johnson, WA. Circa 1922.
"The Seasons." Choral programme. Palouse, WA.
"Our Totem is the Raven." Poster. King Street Productions. Seattle. Circa 1960s.
"A Study Guide to the 16mm Sound Film Totems." Northern Films. Seattle 1962.
"The North American Indian." Movie booklet. Contemporary Films/McGraw Hill. Circa 1970.
"On Indian Land." Poster/order form. Gitksan-Wet'suwet'en Tribal Council. Hazelton, B.C., Canada. 1986.
"Spirit in the Earth." Pamphlet/order form. Circa 1960s.
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Transportation, MachineryReturn to Top

Jeep and Willys Jeep
"'Jeep' Planning." Pamphlet. Circa 1946.
"The Universal 'Jeep.'" Pamphlet. Circa 1946.
"Genuine Jeep Parts and Replacement Parts." Catalog No. 150. Circa 1940s.

Travel (also see Places)Return to Top

"Fly to Yellowstone." Brochure. United Air Lines.
"Northwest Airlines Souvenir Air Log." Brochure. 1939.
"Cascade Airways." System Timetable. 1978.
"Highway 101 Map and Recommended Travel Stops," Golden State Motor Hotel (San Francisco). Circa 1970.
"Time Table Greyhound Service on Redwood and Pacific Highways." Brochure. 1939.
"Auto Interurban Lines." Spokane, Wash. 1937.
"Travel By Stage." Brochure- times tables. North Coast Lines. 1935.
"Washington Motor Coach System." Brochure and map. Washington Motor Coach System. 1934 (second issue).
Cruise Lines
Circle Line Covers the Waterfront. New York City. Circa 1968.
"The French Line wish you a 'Bon Voyage' on the 'France'." 1965 October.
"Vagabond Voyages Alaska." Brochure. Northland Transportation Company. Seattle, WA.
Passenger list and souvenir menus from an Alaska cruise. August 1929.
"Low-Cost Fast Comfortable Travel in Union Pacific Coaches." Brochure.
"New Cascade Tunnel." Great Northern Railway. Circa 1930.
Go Pullman for "heart of town" convenience. Pamphlet. Pullman Company. Circa 1950s.
Sidetrack Newsletter. Inland Empire Railway Historical Society. 1995-1998 (9 issues).
Yardbull Newsletter. Inland Empire Railway Historical Society. 1990-1994 (11 issues).
Inland Empire Railroad Museum. Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds. Spokane, WA.
"Travel in Privacy in A Room of Your Own." Budd Railway Division. Brochure.
Placemats, Pacific Great Eastern Railway. (Location note: in Oversize 1)
The Snohomish Valley Railway Company. Bond. 1906. (Location note: in Oversize 2)
West Via the Scenic Route Across America. Pamphlet. Northern Pacific, Yellowstone Park Line.
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Subject Terms

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