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Letter selected [H] - List of Collections
 

Total # of Records found: 16
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Title: Hall (Claude C.) Papers
 
Description: The collection documents the experiences of Claude C. (Chester) Hall (1896-1977) when he worked as a civilian employee with the United States Army Corps of Engineers during World War II. Hall was employed with Seattle-based Pacific Huts, Inc., setting up pre-fabricated wooden structures that were used to house troops in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska during the war. The collection also includes some of Hall's World War I papers, as well as a small selection of personal items.
 
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Dates: circa 1918-1979Volume: 1.5 linear feet
Restrictions: Collection is open to the public.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Hammes (Jean) photographs
 
Description: This is a collection of photographs documenting reef net fishing in Washington (State).
 
Dates: 1955-1981Volume: 0.25 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Hands Off Washington Whatcom County Coalition records
 
Description: The organization Hands Off Washington (HOW) was created to defeat Washington State initiatives 608 and 610 which threatened the civil rights of state and local public employees based on their actual or perceived sexual orientation. The collection consists of HOW's Whatcom County Coalition's financial records, press releases, fundraising events, emails, office logs, pamphlets, newsletters and other printed materials, state level strategies, other like minded groups, subject files relating to gay and lesbian issues, video tapes, audio tapes, opposition files and newspaper clippings, letters to the editor (for and against) the initiatives and gay and lesbian rights, workshop information, and speakers. The collection also includes copies of Washington State initiatives 608 and 610.
 
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Dates: 1988-1996Volume: 4 linear ft.
Restrictions: Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: YesVideo Tape: Yes 

Title: Hanvey (Les) mining records
 
Description: The Les Hanvey mining records primarily document the operations of Highland Chrome, Inc. and other mining companies owned and proprieted by Les Hanvey and his brother, Forest.
 
Dates: 1935-1970Volume: 1 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Harms (A.F.) photographs
 
Description: The collection contains photographs taken by A.F. Harms for the Soil Conservation Service in the Skagit and Snohomish Soil Conservation Districts in Washington State. Photos depict irrigation implementation, ditch construction, tidewater drainage management, agricultural activities, and logging activities.
 
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Dates: 1949 (1946-1960, bulk)Volume: 1.5 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Hearsey (Herbert and Laura Beth) Papers
 
Description: The Herbert and Laura Beth Hearsey papers are a small collection documenting the careers and personal life of a Bellingham, Washington family, with the bulk of the materials spanning from 1928-1998. Both Herb and Laura Beth were librarians, with Herb serving as both the acting director of Western Washington University’s library, as well as its special collections. This collection includes genealogical correspondence and photographs of Laura Beth’s family (Vandiver and Davis), academic yearbooks, diaries, personal and academic writings, records of public activity (Herb as the first president of the Bellingham Power Squadron, Beth’s involvement in the women’s study club), and financial records.
 
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Dates: 1884-1996Volume: 2 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Hegg (Eric A.) photograph album
 
Description: This is a collection of photographs taken by Bellingham-area photographer Eric A. Hegg. The images document sites of local interest during the 1890s.
 
Dates: 1946Volume: 1 volume
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Henley (Elizabeth A.) papers
 
Description: This collection consists of the personal and professional papers of Pacific Northwest poet Elizabeth A. (Watts) Henley, who authored "Unspoken Things" and other works.
 
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Dates: 1915-1980Volume: 5 linear ft.
Restrictions: Publications restrictions apply. Contact repositorFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: YesVideo Tape: No 

Title: Higginson (Ella) Papers
 
Description: The collection contains correspondence, writings, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, photographs and artifacts documenting the life and work of Northwest writer and poet Ella Higginson. Records include drafts and copies of Higginson’s published and unpublished novels, screenplays, short stories and poems. Newspaper clippings and scrapbooks also include copies of articles, short stories and poems written by Higginson, reviews and articles regarding Higginson and her work.
 
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Dates: 1870-1940 (1880-1940)Volume: 12 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Hinckley (Ted C.) papers
 
Description: The collection contains the research and manuscript materials used and/or created by Hinckley during his career. The materials relate primarily to three of Hinckley's published works: The Canoe Rocks about Alaska's Tlingit people and Euro-American influence on their lifestyle; a biography about Sheldon Jackson, Presbyterian missionary and educator in territorial Alaska; and a biography about John G. Brady, Territorial Governor of the state of Alaska from 1897 to 1906.
 
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Dates: 1872-1987Volume: 33.5 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Hitchman (James) research collection
 
Description: This collection consists of research materials gathered by Western Washington University History Professor James H. Hitchman. Topics covered include Cuban Military Governor General Leonard Wood, University of Oregon Dean and Professor Henry Davidson Sheldon, the Eisenhower Administration Papers, and Liberal Arts Colleges in Oregon and Washington.
 
Dates: 1872-1980Volume: 1.25 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Hogg (James B.) collection on the D-Day Invasion
 
Description: The collection contains a typescript from aboard the USS NEVADA during the D-Day invasion of Normandy from June 6,1944 through June 18, 1944. The collection also includes two books about the United States Navy.
 
Dates: 1944-1987Volume: .5 linear ft
Restrictions: Collection is open to the public. Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Holcombe family correspondence
 
Description: The Holcombe family moved to Washington State in 1909, where Rev. Gilbert T. Holcombe served as pastor of Ferndale Church from September 1909 to 1913. Family members include Mama [Mrs. S. A. Holcombe], Mabel Lucy, Corabel A., Chester A., Fannie V., Cyril R., Grace, Helen Lucile, Elsie, Willard, and Ruth Julia. The collection consists of correspondence between family members.
 
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Dates: 1884-1913Volume: 0.5 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Hottell (Diana) articles on Methow Valley pioneers
 
Description: This collection contains notes and articles authored by Methow Valley News reporter Diana Hottell. The materials were compiled by longtime Washington resident Robert C. Lyons. Between 1975 and 1985, Hottell wrote a series on Methow Valley pioneers and/or their first generation descendants. Many of the articles were constructed from interviews with the individuals. There are also a few related articles written by other authors.
 
Dates: circa 1975-1985Volume: .5 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Hovander Family and Park Papers
 
Description: This collection consists of papers generated by the Hovander family, prominent local pioneers who immigrated to Ferndale in the early 1900's. The head of the family, Hokan Hovander, was a well-known architect in Sweden who also designed the Hovander Homestead house. Also included are documents generated by researchers and Hovander/Tennant Lake park staff regarding the Hovanders. These documents were subsequently used by the park interpretive center and tour guides. Additional materials, including photographs, are also available.
 
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Dates: 1873-1996Volume: 13.5 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: Yes
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: YesVideo Tape: No 

Title: Hovde (Jane Hamilton and Annis Jorgen (A.J.)) Papers
 
Description: This collection contains the papers of artist Jane Hamilton Hovde and WWU/Fairhaven English professor/poet A.J. Hovde. Jane Hamilton Hovde's papers include journals; notes, sketches, clippings, articles related to the creative process of her painting; creative writing from undergraduate years at WWU in the 1940s; correspondence with galleries and museums, family and friends, and fellow artists, including W.H. Auden, Glen Wessels, June Burn, Kenneth Callahan; personal and professional photographs and slides; taped interviews. A.J. Hovde's papers include journals, poetry, short stories, manuscrips; correspondence with publishers, with Jane during WWII; photographs. Also included is a print of Jane Hamilton Hovde's entitled Chuckanut Island, (1978) and a college scrapbook.
 
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Dates: 1934-2001Volume: 12 linear ft.
Restrictions: JHH: Dreams, journals until 2020 or w/permission.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: Yes 

Total # of Records found: 16
Pages:  [1]