Martin Rind photograph collection, approximately 1830-1969

Overview of the Collection

Rind, Martin
Martin Rind photograph collection
approximately 1830-1969 (inclusive)
approximately 1910-1940 (bulk)
211 photographic prints (1 box and 3 folders) ; various sizes
Collection Number
Photographs of Jewish philanthropist Martin Rind and extended family, and the family business, the Milwaukee Sausage Company in Seattle
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
Telephone: 2065431929
Fax: 2065431931
Access Restrictions

The collection is open to the public.

Additional Reference Guides

Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by King County 4 Culture

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Martin Rind was born in Seattle in 1920. His mother, Bertha Rind, born Levinson, was a native of Galesburg, Illinois and a long-time resident of Chicago. His father, Max Rind, was part of a large German-speaking Jewish family from the village of Hroby in Bohemia, a province of Austria at the time. Members of the Rind family had immigrated to the United States over the years from 1904 to 1908, settling first in Chicago, then in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. For several years, Max and his five sisters—Matilda, Elsa, Heda, Eda, and Rudla—as well as his parents, Albert and Theresa, Theresa’s widowed brother-in-law Charles Stastny, and Charles’s three children, all lived in the same house. Even when Matilda Rind married Hugo Jassny, a native of Silesia, in 1914, the couple took a house only a few blocks away. Also nearby were Theresa’s brother Albert Kohn and his wife Sophie, as well as Theresa’s sister Louise Weil, with her husband Sam and their two daughters.

After completing his schooling, Max Rind went to work in his uncle Albert Kohn’s wholesale business, the Puget Sound Merchandise Company. In the 1920s, he and his brother-in-law Hugo Jassny started a business of their own to supply casings to makers of kosher sausage, the Pacific Coast Casing Company. Over time, they extended the business into the manufacture of sausage for the wider non-kosher market. In the 1930s, Jassny sold his share of the business to the brothers Joseph and Robert Seifert, and the company was renamed the Milwaukee Sausage Company. As a young man, Martin Rind worked in the company’s retail outlet in the Pike Place Market. After graduating from the University of Washington in 1941 and serving in the US Army during the Second World War, he returned to work for the company, eventually becoming its general manager. After the death of his father in 1958, Martin bought the Seiferts’ share of the company and became its sole owner and chief executive. While running the business he started a second one, the Milwaukee Import Company, to import meat for processing. The latter became his sole business after he sold the Milwaukee Sausage Company in 1971.

In 1949, Martin married Bernice Mossafer, a Seattle native. Her parents, David and Serena Mossafer, were Sephardic Jews who had immigrated from the isle of Rhodes, at the time a part of Turkey. Martin and Bernice became leaders in support of the arts and Jewish organizations in the Seattle area, notably the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle and the Jewish Community Center. They had four children. Martin continued to run his business until ill health forced his retirement in the late 1990s. He died in 2002, Bernice in 2018. Their remains lie side by side in Hills of Eternity cemetery, on Queen Anne Hill.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Photographs document the Rind family in the U.S. and Europe; their extended family which includes the Jassnys, Stastnys, Levinsons, and Steins; postcards sent to the Rind family from relatives living in Europe; the Rind sausage business; the UW campus; and a parade in Seattle.

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

This collection consists of photos formerly in the possession of members of the Rind family. Theresa Rind, born Kohn (1860–1936), married Albert Rind (1848–1930) around 1882. They and their seven children are depicted in photographs in this collection, along with siblings, in-laws, descendants, and other relatives and associates.

The children of Theresa and Albert Rind are as follows:

1. Berthold (1883–1957) pursued a career as an engineer in Zagreb, Croatia. He married Margareta, also known as Gretl (1890–1968; maiden name unknown), in 1921.

2. Matilda (1885–1965), also known as Tillie, married Hugo Jassny (1879–1949). Matilda and Hugo had two children: Paul (1915–2000) and Helen, married name Shekter (1917–2006).

3. Elsa (1887–1946), also known as Elsie, married the widowed Charles Ignatz Stastny in 1910. Charles had married Bertha Kohn (1873–1908), a sister of Theresa Rind, in 1892. Charles and Bertha had three children: Felix (1894–1980), Selma (1896–1989), and Arthur (1897–1952). Felix Stastny married Minnie Brown (1900–1983). They had two children: Bertha Rose Stastny (1926–1997) and Charles Ira Stastny (1928–2001). Selma Stastny married Philip Freedman (1890–1954). Arthur Stastny does not appear in this collection of photographs. Felix Stastny's papers are in UW Library's Accession No. 2437-001.

4. Hedwig (1889–1984), known as Heda (pronounced "Hedda").

5. Max (1891–1958) married Bertha Levinson (1885–1968) in Chicago in 1917. Bertha was born in Galesburg, Illinois, to Isadore Levinson (1862–1931) and his wife Anna, born Kallen (1861–1906), both of them immigrants from the western edge of Russia (now Lithuania). Isadore and Anna Levinson had three other children: Esther (1887–1975), Lillian (1889–1978), and Paul (1896–1974). Max and Bertha Rind had two children: Anna (1918–2015) and Martin (1920–2002). Martin married Bernice Mossafer (1923–2018) in Seattle in 1949. Anna Rind lived in San Francisco after World War II.

6. Eda (1893–1992). Her name was originally written "Ida"; she changed the spelling in the US to preserve the pronunciation (with "E" as in "Edith").

7. Rudla (1898–1987), originally Rudolfine, became a medical doctor in Chicago and married Cornelius Burns in 1925.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

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Restrictions on Use

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Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Acquisition Information

Donor: Martin and Bernice Rind, January 1985; June 28, 1990.

Processing Note

Processed by Esther Benson and Ryan Hard, 2008; Megan Churchwell, 2010.

Transferred on August 20, 1990 from Martin Rind Papers, Accessions 4237-001 through 4237-006.

Related Materials

Rind Family Papers, Accession No. 4237-001 .

Martin Rind Oral History Interview, Accession No. 3603-001 .

Bernice Rind Papers, Accession Nos. 3714-001 and 3714-002 .

Felix Stastny Papers, Accession No. 2437-001 .

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top


Albert and Theresa Rind, extended Family, and descendantsReturn to Top

Series includes Albert and Theresa Rind, cousins of the Rind family, trips to Europe to visit relatives living there, and descendants of Albert and Theresa Rind.

Container(s) Description Dates
Albert and Theresa Rind
box-folder:oversize item
XD3 1
Portrait of Albert Bernard Kohn
James Bushnell, Seattle (photographer)
Father of Theresa Kohn Rind.
1/1 2
  Portrait of Theresa and Albert Rind
James & Merrihew, Seattle and Tacoma, WA (Photographer)
between 1908 and 1920
OS4 3
  Portrait of Albert and Theresa Rind and their children
Wills & Vreeland, Seattle (Photographer)
1/1 4
Theresa Rind
September 25, 1919
1/1 5
Theresa Rind
July 25, 1921
1/1 6
Theresa Rind with man and woman
between 1920 and 1930
1/1 7
Theresa and Albert Rind
between 1920 and 1930
1/1 8
Theresa Rind in front of the Rind family home
between 1920 and 1930
1/1 9
Theresa Rind sitting on steps of Rind family home, 1912 2nd NW
between 1920 and 1930
Extended family and descendants of Albert and Theresa Rind
box-folder:oversize item
XD3 10
Portrait of Saxl extended family, probably in Pořín, Bohemia (now Czech Republic)
Written along top of mounting, then smudged as by erasure: Saxl family. Rinds - [illegible, maybe "1st cousins"?]. Theresa Kohl Rind. Felix Stasny. Bertha Kohn Stastny. Otta. Al-[illegible, could be Albert?]. Berthold Rind.
between 1898 and 1901
1/2 11
Portrait of Max, Elsa, and Tillie Rind
Masure, Chicago (Photographer)
1/2 12
Elsa and Heda Rind and young woman seated outdoors
Rind extended family photograph album
Box/Folder item
1/3 13a
Max Rind rowing boat with woman
1/3 13b
Tillie Rind Jassny (reclining) and Heda Rind outdoors
1/3 13c
Two men outdoors
1/3 13d-13e
Boats in harbor
1/3 13f-13g
Max Rind, Felix Jassny, Tillie Rind Jassny, Selma Stastny Freedman, Hugo Jassny and friend sitting on a log outdoors
1/3 13h-i
Selma Stastny Freedman, Felix Stastny and Hedwig Rind outdoors
1/3 13j
Selma Stastny Freedman, Max Rind, Hedwig Rind, Hugo Jassny, Tillie Rind Jassny and Felix Stastny
1/3 13k
Woman, Felix Statsny, Hugo Jassny, man, Selma Stastny Freedman, Tillie Rind Jassny, Max Rind and Heda Rind
1/3 13l
Max Rind, Heda Rind and Hugo and Tillie Jassny and others
1/3 13m
Man standing on fence post with two other men in background
1/3 13n
Selma Stastny Freedman, Hugo and Tillie Jassny, Max Rind, Heda Rind and others
1/3 13o
Man standing on fence post with two other men in background
Rind extended family and descendants
Box/Folder item
1/4 14
Bertha, Max and Eda Rind with Felix Stastny joking around
1/4 15-16
Group picture with Theresa, Bertha, Anna and Martin Rind, and Helen and Paul Jassny
1/4 17-19
Group picture including Theresa, Heda, Eda and Bertha Rind with Heda's boss, Mr. McManus, at outdoor picnic
August 18, 1927
1/4 20
Heda, Bertha, and Elsa Rind in front of house
Caption on verso: 'Our new "flapper fad" dresses - donated by George Pabst'
June 9, 1929
1/4 21
Martin and Eda Rind standing on a dock
Weil cousins
Louise Weil, born Kohn (1870-1957) was a sister of Theresa Rind. After immigrating to the United States in 1888, she lived first in Chicago, then in Cleveland, where she married Sam Weil (1856-1922). They had two daughters, Sylvia (1897-1967) and Ruth (1899-1947). The family moved to Seattle in the first decade of the 20th century. After the death of Sam, Louise supported the family by operating a small ice cream parlor.
Box/Folder item
1/5 22 between 1920 and 1930
1/5 23
Max and Anna Rind, Hugo, Paul and Helen Jassny, and Ruth Weil standing in front of three cars
1/5 24
Theresa Rind, Tilly Rind Jassny, Ruth, Louise and Sylvia Weil seated outdoors
between 1935 and 1940
1/5 25
Theresa and Eda Rind, Louise, Sylvia and Ruth Weil standing outdoors with cars and buildings in the background
August 27, 1935
Berthold Rind and wife Gretl
Berthold was the eldest child of Albert and Theresa. He and his wife remained in Europe.
Box/Folder item
1/6 26
Berthold Rind with University of Prague classmate and "lifelong friend"
Morton's, Liverpool, Leeds & Douglas (Photographer)
1/6 27
Group picture including Berthold Rind
between 1930 and 1940
1/6 28 between 1930 and 1940
1/6 29
Berthold Rind seated with two dogs
between 1930 and 1940
1/6 30
Berthold Rind in Zagreb, Croatia
1/7 31-32 July 1928
1/7 33-34
Portrait of Gretl and Hammy with pet dog
Tonka, Zagreb, Croatia (Photographer)
1/7 35
Portrait of Gretl and Hammy with older woman
Foto Ströminger, Prague, Czechoslovakia (Photographer)
1/7 36
Portrait of Gretl in Zagreb, Croatia
February 1941
1/7 37
Portrait of Berthold and Gretl Rind
Tonka, Zagreb, Croatia (Photographer)
May 1932
1/7 38-39
Portrait of Berthold and Gretl Rind
between 1930 and 1940
Postcards sent to Theresa Rind and Elsa Rind Stastny by Berthold and Gretl Rind
Box/Folder item
1/8 40
Buildings and river in Maribor, Slovenia
1/8 41
Town and surrounding hills of Jesenice, Czechoslovakia
October, 1932
1/8 42
Outdoor pool in Sarajevo, Bosnia
1/8 43
Town and surrounding fields of Mt. Schönberg
August 29, 1938
1/8 44-45
Church in Šibenik, Croatia
between 1930 and 1940
1/8 46
Waterfall in Šibenik, Croatia
1/8 47
Men rowing boat and buildings in background, Šibenik, Croatia
July 30, 1939
1/8 48
Sailboats in the harbor of Šibenik, Croatia
1/8 49
Town square in Šibenik, Croatia
1/8 50
City and harbor of Šibenik, Croatia
November 27, 1940
1/8 51
Terazia Place in Belgrade, Serbia
February 17, 1939
1/8 52
Church of St. Blasius, Dubrovnik, Croatia
1/8 53
Buildings in Belgrade, Serbia
February 9, 1940
Rind and Stein families in Tábor, Bohemia
Relatives of the Rind family who lived in Bohemia. Eleonore Stein (1856-1942) was Albert Rind's sister. She married Adolph Stein in 1908. All the remaining members of the Albert Rind family in Hroby sailed from the port of Bremen less than two weeks later. At the age of 86, the widowed Eleonore was tranported to the ghetto of Terezin by the Nazis, where she died of the harsh condition with a few days.
Box/Folder item
1/9 54 1908
1/9 55
Albert, Theresa, Eda and Heda Rind with Adolph and Eleonore Stein standing in front of inn
1/9 56
Portrait of Eleonore Stein
A. Wildta, Tábor, Bohemia (Photographer)
Hroby, Bohemia
The children of Theresa and Albert Rind lived in Hroby, Bohemia before the family immigrated to the United States in the early twentieth century.
Box/Folder item
1/10 57 1920?
1/10 58
View of a castle
between 1920 and 1930
1/10 59
Panský Hostinec (inn)
between 1920 and 1930
1/10 60
Fields and buildings
Felix Stastny (Photographer)
Color photograph.
September 1965
1/10 61
Felix Stastny (Photographer)
Color photograph.
September 1965
1/10 62
School house
Felix Stastny (Photographer)
Color photograph
September 1965
1/10 63
Felix Stastny and Alois Šimeček in front of birthplace of Rind children
On verso: Birthplace and home (remodeled) of all the Rind children. With Alois Šimeček their "Shabes goy" Felix Stastny at rt.
September 1965

Children and grandchildren of Albert and Theresa RindReturn to Top

Includes the six children of Albert and Theresa and their families. Series is arranged from firstborn to lastborn.

Container(s) Description Dates
Matilda Rind, her husband Hugo Jassny, and children Helen and Paul
Box/Folder item
1/11 64
Portrait of Matilda Rind
Schächtl-Vosecek, Tábor, Bohemia (Photographer)
1/11 65
Helen Jassny standing next to her cousin Anna Rind in stroller
1/11 66
Helen Jassny as a small child
Written on verso: mud pies.
1/11 67-70 1920?
1/11 71
Helen and Paul Jassny with grandmother, Theresa Rind
between 1920 and 1930
1/11 72
Helen and Paul Jassny outdoors
1/11 73
Hugo and Paul Jassny
Written on verso: Proud dad and his chum Paul out the N.S. of our house.
September 26, 1926
1/11 74
Hugo and Paul Jassny
Written on verso: How about this (sheck?) and maybe "daddy" isn't proud of him.
1/11 75
Rind and Jassny family on beach
Eight people depicted, including Helen and Paul Jassny, their mother Matilda, Theresa Rind, and other members of the Rind family.
June 25, 1932
1/11 76
Paul Jassny in WWII uniform
March 1945
Elsa Rind with husband Charles Stastny and Stastny descendants
Elsa and Charles Stastny
Box/Folder item
1/12 77
Portrait of Elsa Rind
William L. Koehne Bush Temple of Music, Chicago (Photographer)
1/12 78 1910?
1/12 79
Elsa Rind Stastny at Rind family home at 1912 2nd NW in Seattle
1/12 80
Elsa Rind Stastny
June 24, 1934
Felix Stastny and Selma Stastny (children of Elsa and Charles Stastny)
Felix was born in August, 1894, and Selma in April, 1896.
box-folder:oversize item
OS4 81 1909?
1/13 82 1910?
1/13 83
Selma Stastny swimming with classmates / Felix Stastny fishing
Two photos glued together
1/13 84
Group picture with Felix Stastny
1/13 85-86 1912?
1/13 87 1917?
1/13 88 1920?
1/13 89
Portrait of Felix Stastny
Grady, Seattle (Photographer)
Selma Stastny
Box/Folder item
1/14 90
Portrait of Selma Stastny
Christy Studio, Seattle (Photographer)
1/14 91-94 1910?
1/14 95 1910?
1/14 96-97
Selma Stastny swimming with young women
1/14 98
Young man and two young women seated outdoors holding rifles
Woman on right is probably Selma Stastny.
1/14 99
Selma Stastny with classmates holding tennis rackets at Queen Anne High School
Felix Stastny's wife Minnie Stastny and their children Bertha Rose Stastny and Charles Ira Stastny
Box/Folder item
1/15 100 1922?
1/15 101
Minnie Stastny seated outdoors with Eda Rind and Elsa Rind Stastny
Written on verso: Waiting for our chauffer [sic].
May 11, 1924
1/15 102
Minnie Stastny outdoors with Eda Rind and another woman, possibly roasting marshmallows
May 1924
1/15 103
Felix Stastny holding baby (probably Bertha Rose)
1/15 104-105 1930?
1/15 106
Bertha Rose and Charles Ira with the Stastny's maid Margaret
1/15 107
Bertha Rose Stastny
1/15 108 1932?
1/15 109
Bertha Rose Stastny
1/15 110
Bertha Rose Stastny in uniform after WWII
Hedwig (Heda) Rind
Box/Folder item
1/16 111
Portrait of Heda Rind
Antonin Wildt, Písek, Bohemia (Photographer)
1/16 112
Heda Rind
April 30, 1922
1/16 113 between 1940 and 1950
1/16 114-115
Hedwig Rind, possibly at Eda Rind's cabin
Color photographs.
between 1950 and 1960
Max and Bertha Rind and family
Bertha Levinson Rind's family
Levinson family includes Anna Kallen Levinson (mother of Bertha Rind), Esther Levinson (sister of Bertha), Paul Levinson (brother of Bertha)
Box/Folder item
1/17 116
Portrait of Anna Kallen Levinson, Bertha Rind's mother
1/17 117 1906?
1/17 118 1908?
1/17 119 1915
1/17 120 1915?
1/17 121 1915?
Max Rind
Box/Folder item
1/18 122
Max Rind with Theresa Rind (mother) in front of house
between 1930 and 1940
1/18 123
Max Rind in front of the Rind family home
between 1930 and 1940
1/18 124 September 21, 1940
Bertha Rind
Box/Folder item
1/19 125 1915?
1/19 126 between 1930 and 1940
1/19 127-128 1950?
Max and Bertha Rind
Box/Folder item
1/20 129
  Portraits of Max and Bertha Rind
James Bushnell, Seattle (Photographer)
1/20 130 October 1931
Max and Bertha Rind with children Martin and Anna
Box/Folder item
1/21 131 1919
1/21 132
Max and Bertha Rind with Martin and Anna Rind
1/21 133
Bertha Rind standing with Martin and Anna Rind
1/21 134
  Bertha Rind with Martin and Anna in front of an archway carved from a tree at Arlington, WA
Sign on tree reads: "Relic of a vanished forest, Western Red Cedar, Thuja Plicata Don, age 1250 years, Preserved at request of Snohomish County Pioneers, AD Arlington Washington 1922"
1/21 135 1926?
1/21 136 between 1916 and 1930
1/21 137
Max Rind with son Martin Rind in front of the Rind family home
Martin Rind
Box/Folder item
1/22 138 1921?
1/22 139
Martin Rind as a toddler
Written on verso: Marti in his 1st pants.
November 27, 1922
1/22 140
Martin Rind, about two years old
1/22 141 1923?
1/22 142 April, 1925
1/22 143
  Martin Rind seated in toy pedal car with aunt Eda Rind
Written on verso: Me and my 'Napoleon'.
April 1925
1/22 144
  Martin Rind, age 5, with granduncle Albert Kohn and grandmother Theresa Rind
Written on verso: Once in a while, mother smiles.
OS4 145
Portrait of Bernice Mossafer, age 12, standing with harp
Bernice Mossafer was born in 1923 to David and Sarah Mossafer of Seattle. At age 11 she began playing the harp professionally. She retired from touring at age 23 when her mother grew ill. Martin and Bernice married in 1949 and had four children.
1/22 146 1969
Anna Rind
Box/Folder item
1/23 147 1924
1/23 148 1932
1/23 149 1943
Eda Rind
Box/Folder item
1/24 150
Eda Rind about 4 years old with dog
1/24 151
Four snapshots of Eda Rind
1/24 152 1905?
1/24 153
Eda Rind posing with two young women (classmates) and a dog outdoors
Written on verso: Eda Rind upper left classmates - Queen Anne High (?) Left Europe 1908 15yrs 1907 photo.
XH3 154
Group photo of Eda and Elsa Rind and others, on dock in Eagledale, WA
Note on photo reads "2nd Annual Picnic Puget Sound Notion Co."
August 17, 1924
XH3 155
  Group photo of Eda and Elsa Rind and others, on boat in harbor of Eagledale, WA
J.J. Kneisle (photographer)
Note on photo reads "3rd Annual Picnic of the Puget Sound Notion Co."
June 1, 1925
1/24 156-157 July 4, 1929
1/24 158 August 2, 1930
1/24 159
Eda Rind sitting on steps of Rind family home
May 16, 1931
1/24 160
  Eda Rind washing a car outside Rind family home
Written on verso: In My Lounging Pajamas - Washing my car.
October 18, 1931
1/24 161
Photographic postcard depicting the Los Angeles City Hall to Eda Rind from Bertha and Max Rind
December 28, 1937
1/25 162
Eda Rind at her cabin on Cedar River in Maple Valley, Washington
June 13, 1952
1/25 163
Eda Rind, Blanche Kohn (cousin) and Heda Rind at Eda's cabin, Maple Valley, Washington
1/25 164
Eda Rind sawing wood near her cabin, Maple Valley, Washington
1/25 165
Eda Rind outside near her cabin, Maple Valley, Washington
1/25 166
Eda Rind's cabin on Cedar River
1/25 167
Eda Rind opening file cabinet
between 1950 and 1969
1/25 168-169
Eda Rind in her cabin
Color photographs.
October 1965?
Rudla Rind
Box/Folder item
1/26 170 1908?
1/26 171
Portrait of Rudla
Christy Studio, Seattle (Photographer)
1/26 172 1915?
1/26 173
Rudla with other woman in school uniform
between 1920 and 1930
1/26 174
Rudla in school uniform with her mother Theresa Rind and a classmate from Queen Anne High
between 1920 and 1930
1/26 175-176
Bertha Rind, left, and Rudla, center, with other women outdoors
1/26 177
Graduation portrait of Rudla, Rush Medical College, Chicago
1/26 178
Rudla escorted by man at her outdoor wedding
Written on verso: here comes the bride.Rudla married Conrad/Cornelius Burns, a detective/investigator, circa 1925. They lived in Chicago for many years, and had at least one daughter (Elizabeth, born circa 1927).
1/26 179 between 1940 and 1950
1/26 180 between 1940 and 1950

Milwaukee Sausage Company/ Pacific Coast Casing Company, Seattle, WAReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
1/27 181 1923
1/27 182 between 1920 and 1930
1/27 183 1928?
1/27 184
  Milwaukee Sausage Company car
Written on verso: Milwaukee Sausage Co's new Studebaker
June 25, 1932
1/27 185
Karl (possibly Karl Dambacher), Eda, BJ and Anna standing on steps of Milwaukee Sausage Company building at 2900 Fourth Ave S. in Seattle
July 1937
1/27 186 between 1940 and 1950
1/27 187
Eda Rind and others at the Milwaukee Sausage Company
1/27 188
Eda Rind and Milwaukee Sausage Company staff sitting at dinner table at the company office
Color photograph.
March 1962
1/27 189-191 1967?
1/27 192-193
Max Rind standing outdoors with staff of the Milwaukee Sausage Company
1/27 194
Eda Rind with two men at the Milwaukee Sausage Company

MiscellaneousReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
University of Washington and Seattle
Box/Folder item
1/28 195
  Statue of George Washington, University of Washington
This statue was originally erected for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition (AYPE) in 1909.
1/28 196 1918?
1/28 197 1918?
1/28 198
  Forestry Building, University of Washington
This building was built for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition (AYPE) in 1909.
1/28 199 1918?
1/28 200
  Music Pavilion, University of Washington
The pavilion was built for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition (AYPE) in 1909.
1/28 201 1918?
1/28 202 1918?
1/28 203
  Aerial photo of Magnolia Bluffs and Garfield Bridge, Seattle, taken from an airplane
The Hart Studio, Seattle (Photographer)
The bridge was constructed in the late 1920s and is now known as the Magnolia Bridge.
January 1933
Parade in Seattle
Box/Folder item
1/29 204-206
  Independence Day parade on 2nd Ave., Seattle
Written on verso of Item 205: Chicago WWI.
between 1909 and 1913
Miscellaneous postcards and drawing
Box/Folder item
1/30 207
Postcard depicting dresser in salon of home, possibly in Tábor, Czechoslovakia
between 1920 and 1930
1/30 208
Postcard depicting dining room and bedroom of home, possibly in Tábor, Czechoslovakia
between 1920 and 1930
1/30 209
Postcard depicting dining room of home, possibly in Tábor, Czechoslovakia
between 1920 and 1930
1/30 210
Postcard depicting kitchen of home, possibly in Tábor, Czechoslovakia
between 1920 and 1930
1/30 211
Ink drawing of lady and rabbits
Written on photograph: Portrait of a certain person in the latest mode a la white phlannel.

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Commercial buildings--Washington (State)--Seattle--Photographs
  • Jewish businesspeople--Washington (State)--Seattle--Photographs
  • Jewish families--United States--Photographs
  • Jewish families--Washington (State)--Seattle--Photographs
  • Jewish philanthropists--Washington (State)--Seattle--Photographs
  • Jewish women--Washington (State)--Seattle--Photographs
  • Meat industry and trade--Employees--Photographs
  • Visual Materials Collections (University of Washington)

Personal Names

  • Rind family--Photographs
  • Rind, Martin--Photographs

Corporate Names

  • Milwaukee Sausage Company (Seattle, Wash.)--Employees--Photographs
  • University of Washington--Buildings--Photographs

Geographical Names

  • Belgrade (Serbia)--Photographs
  • Queen Anne (Seattle, Wash.)--Photographs
  • Seattle (Wash.)--Buildings, structures, etc.--Photographs
  • ̌Sibenik (Croatia)--Photographs