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Total # of Records found: 28
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Title: MacPhail (Donald) papers
 
Description: Donald MacPhail was a professor in the Department of Geography at Western Washington University. The collection includes published materials about natural resources in Whatcom and Grays Harbor Counties, and railroads throughout Washington State.
 
Dates: 1941-1954Volume: 0.25 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Macy (James W.) photographs
 
Description: The collection contains photographs taken and/or collected by James W. Macy documenting various buildings, business, structures, and locales throughout Whatcom County.
 
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Dates: 1911-1933Volume: 0.75 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Magnuson (Warren G.) 1972 interview materials
 
Description: The collection comprises two open-reel tape recordings of an interview with Senator Warren G. Magnuson conducted by Bill Proachnau which aired on KVOS Television in 1972. The collection also includes Al Swift's typewritten notes on the circumstances of the interview and his relationship with Senator Magnuson.
 
Dates: 1972Volume: 0.25 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: Yes 

Title: Mangan and Woodcock Family papers
 
Description: This collection contains a history and family tree of the Mangan and Woodcock families, who settled on Guemes Island in the 1870s. The material was written by Nancy Stuart Stubbs, a descendant of the families.
 
Dates: 1883-2009Volume: 0.5 linear ft
Restrictions: Collection is open to the publicFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Mason (David T.) Papers
 
Description: Collection includes notebooks, journals, photographs, posters, programs, correspondences, reports, speeches and writings, clippings, original scores of music, and publications relating to the work of David Mason, beloved professor of Fairhaven College. Biology, ecology, humanities, and gay studies, were among the myriad of classes Mason taught. As well as teaching, Mason pursued biological and ecological research in Arctic Alaska, Mono Lake California, the Stehekin River and Uruguay. He also led many local environmental activist projects, studied woody debris habitats, water quality studies of the Nooksack River and Lake Abert, and many extended research projects about Georgia-Pacific's use of chlorine and mercury, and recycling efforts in Lynden, Washington. Mason also directed, produced, composed, and performed in many "Friends of Fairhaven" plays and operas. This collection also includes newspaper clippings and photographs belonging to David's parents, Herbert and Lucile Mason, two renowned scientists at UC Berkeley during the mid 1900s. The collection contains photographs circa 1850s which relate to Skagit and Whatcom counties where Lucile (Roush) Mason grew up.
 
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Dates: 1860s-2000Volume: 7 linear ft
Restrictions: Open to the public. Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: YesVideo Tape: No 

Title: McFarland (George and Anna) papers
 
Description: The George and Anna McFarland papers primarily consist of reel-to-reel recordings of local, regional and national radio broadcasts dating from 1957 to 1977. Programming covers a variety of topics including politics, foreign policy, the United States space program, and entertainment and advertising material. The collection also includes some of the McFarland's early school work.
 
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Dates: 1890s-1970sVolume: 2 linear feet
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: YesVideo Tape: No 

Title: McGowan Family papers
 
Description: The McGowan Family papers consist of letters primarily between Ella McDonald McGowan and Donald "Kirk" McGowan, dating from 1933 to 1944. Several of the letters were written during during World War II while Kirk was serving in United States Army.
 
Dates: 1933-1944Volume: 0.5 linear ft
Restrictions: Publication Restriction unitl 2004.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: McInnis (Ray) typescripts
 
Description: The collection contains twelve typescripts relating to local history and geography in Whatcom County, Washington.
 
Dates: 1930-1940Volume: 1 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: McIntyre (Larry) collection on Whatcom County politics
 
Description: This collection comprises materials related to Whatcom County fical issues and local policial campaigns compiled by former Whatcom County Commissioner Larry McIntyre.
 
Dates: 1944-1981Volume: 10 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Mecklem (L. Guy) Collection
 
Description: The collection includes notes, rough draft manuscripts, typed manuscripts and photographs used in research and preparation of the L. Guy Mecklem biography by Don Eckland entitled "Washington's Wild Scotsman, The Early Aeronautical Adventures of L Guy Mecklem.
 
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Dates: 1971-1974Volume: 0.5 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Metcalf (Jack) Papers
 
Description: The Jack Metcalf Papers document two decades of Metcalf’s political career as a Washington State Senator and as Representative for Washington State’s 2nd Congressional District. Collection materials comprise a small amount of records documenting Metcalf's activities during his final terms in the Washington State Legislature, and legislative issue files, correspondence, press files and awards from Metcalf's congressional offices in Washington D.C. and Everett, Washington. Records span the period 1973-2001, with the bulk of materials dated 1981-2000.
 
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Dates: 1973-2001 (bulk 1981-2000)Volume: 30 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Miller (Mike) collection of British Columbia and Whatcom County maps
 
Description: This collection contains maps of British Columbia and Whatcom County dating from around 1940 to 1950.
 
Dates: 1940-1950Volume: 3 Linear Feet
Restrictions: Collection Is Open To The PublicFinding Aid: NoMaps: Yes
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Miller and Sons Records
 
Description: The Miller and Sons Records document C.L. (Clarence L.) Miller, Percy D. Miller, and Clarence Miller's involvement in the shingle business in Whatcom County from 1918 to 1971. The collection includes administrative material, correspondence, equipment and operational records, financial records, payroll and personnel documents, photographs, advertisements, and union records.
 
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Dates: 1918-1971Volume: 8 linear ft.
Restrictions: Access restrictions apply.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Minckler (Mark) map collection
 
Description: This collection includes one Sandborn Map of Bellingham, Washington, and maps of Skagit County and Mount Vernon.
 
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Dates: 1913-1950Volume: 0.6 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: Yes
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Miscellaneous book collection
 
Description: This collection is comprised of miscellaneous books dating from the early-1800s to the middle of the twentieth century. Materials include old Bibles belonging to John N. Roeder and Daniel Vaughan, and logbooks from Fire Station Hose Company Engine #3 and Post No. 24 of the Deptartment of Washington and Alaska. There is also an 1817 edition of Thomas Moore's "Epistles, Odes, and Other Poems", and an 1810 copy of William Paley's "Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy."
 
Dates: 1850-1910Volume: 1 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Miscellaneous government certificates collection
 
Description: The collection includes General Land Office homestead certificates, federal appointment certificates, U.S. Postal Service appointment certificates, National Guard and military certificates, State of Washington certificates, and Normal School diplomas.
 
Dates: 1853-1938Volume: 23 items
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Mischaikow (Michael K.) papers
 
Description: These are the professional papers generated by former Western Washington University Economics Professor Michael K. Mischaikow. The collection includes conference programs, bibliographic reference cards, student papers, research notes, and reference material.
 
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Dates: 1960-1979Volume: 3 linear ft
Restrictions: Some access restrictions may apply.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Monday Club records
 
Description: Established in 1892 the Monday Club is the oldest women's club in Bellingham, WA. The collection includes minute books, programs, and correspondence. The Monday Club Records document the members' discussions on books, the arts, current events, and philosophy. Also, photographs and descriptions from the annual summer picnic, Christmas party, and musical evenings that the club sponsored are included.
 
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Dates: 1892-2001Volume: 1 linear ft.
Restrictions: Exhibiting Materials restrictedFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Morgan (Emrys B.) financial ledgers
 
Description: Emrys B. Morgan was a bank clerk in New Whatcom (now Bellingham), Washington around the end of the nineteenth century. He maintained meticulous financial ledgers documenting sales, loans, investments, stock exchanges, and other transactions between various individuals and businesses throughout the area.
 
Dates: 1890-1919Volume: 1 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Morgan Wheeler Company records
 
Description: This collection includes correspondence and financial records relating to a Bellingham loan, insurance and real estate company.
 
Dates: 1930-1959Volume: 7.5 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Morse family papers
 
Description: The Morse family papers comprise personal correspondence generated by R.I. (Robert I.) Morse, founder of Morse Hardware Company in Bellingham, Washington, and other Morse family members. The collection also includes a small amount of ephemera and family photographs dated 1897-2005.
 
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Dates: 1878-2005Volume: 1.5 linear ft.
Restrictions: Publication restriction in effect until 2025. Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Morse Hardware Company records
 
Description: The records of the Morse Hardware Company include microfilm of the Board of Director meeting minutes from 1897-1964, correspondence, financial records, catalogs, inventories, and other company records, as well as various books, articles and brochures. Much of the collection consists of bound volumes containing financial information.
 
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Dates: 1890-1994Volume: 87 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Motherlode records
 
Description: Collection of materials from the Bellingham and Portland, OR band, Motherlode. Motherlode, a band comprised of four lesbian women, began in 1980, and harbored a large following of lesbians in Washington State and the Pacific Northwest. Members of Motherlode include Nan Collie, Kathleen Fallon, Marie Dodge Eaton, and Janet Peterson. The band played at a variety of venues including local area and Portland bars and cafes, Seattle's Museum of History and Industry, women's retreats, WWU sponsored events such as Mama Sundays, and the Pacific Northwest Women's Music & Cultural Jamboree. Motherlode also played at several benefits for Gay Rights political group Hands Off Washington. This collection consists of flyers, posters, presspackets, ticketstubs, original lyric sheets that were later included in the band's record albums, newspapers,photographs, and a "20th Anniversary" commemorative video tape of the band.
 
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Dates: 1980-2000Volume: 0.25 linear feet
Restrictions: Publication restrictions. Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: Yes 

Title: Mothers of World War Veterans records
 
Description: The collection documents the activities of a women's club in Bellingham, Washington. Records include minutes from all of their meetings, including information on the planning and obtainment of Memorial Park.
 
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Dates: 1917-1958Volume: 0.5 linear feet
Restrictions: collection is open to the publicFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Mount Baker Club Records
 
Description: In 1911, businessmen and women in Bellingham, Washington formed the Mt. Baker Club, now the Mt. Baker" Hiking" Club to promote tourism and recreational development in the Mount Baker region. The collection includes minute books, newsletters, scrapbooks, periodicals and books related to mountaineering in the Pacific Northwest, together with membership, financial and legal records, and photographs related to club activities dated ca. 1925 to 2001.
 
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Dates: 1925-2001Volume: 14 linear feet
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: Yes
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Total # of Records found: 28
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