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Letter selected [N] - List of Collections
 

Total # of Records found: 14
Pages:  [1]  

 
Title: National Organization for Women Whatcom County Chapter records
 
Description: The collection documents the activities of a progressive group of women and men in the seventies and highlights feminist activism in Whatcom County.
 
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Dates: 1972-1977Volume: .5 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: National Science Foundation Two Hundred-Mile Boundary Limit conference materials
 
Description: This is a collection of summaries and transcripts of presentations from a National Science Foundation conference about the two hundred-mile limit on off-shore fishing. Participants included Donald K. Alper, Andrew Berkis, William T. Burke, James A. Crutchfield, James H. Hitchman, Robert Monahan, and Gerard F. Rutan.
 
Dates: 1978Volume: 0.25 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Nelsen (Ibsen A. (Ibsen Andreas)) papers
 
Description: The Ibsen A. Nelsen papers document the life of a well-known Seattle-based architect and influential figure in American art and architecture. Some of his more prominent designs include the Pacific Museum of Flight, the Stewart House and Inn at the Market in the Pike Place Market, Merrill Court townhouses, and Bond Hall, Arntzen Hall, the Northwest Environmental Studies Center on Western Washington Universitys campus in Bellingham, WA. Personal papers also comprise part of the collection including correspondence with well-known artists and architects Isamu Noguchi, Fred Bassetti, George Bartholick, Victor Steinbrueck, Mary Randlett, Morris Graves, and Tom Robbins.
 
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Dates: 1930-2001Volume: 20.5 linear ft
Restrictions: Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Nelson (Edmund) papers
 
Description: This is a collection of diaries, research material, and financial records generated by Lynden resident Edmund Nelson. In his diaries Nelson chronicles his stay in Seattle's Riverton Hospital for the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis. Research material relating to Lynden history was compiled by Nelson in the course of writing the books "A History of Lynden." Financial records include personal income tax returns and check registers, as well as a ledger book from Nelson's tax and accounting business.
 
Dates: 1894-1990Volume: 1.5 linear feet
Restrictions: Some restrictions apply - contact repository for dFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Nelson (Oliver) negatives
 
Description: This collection contains negatives of the Oliver Nelson family and relatives from Whatcom County, Washington.
 
Dates: 1900-1974Volume: .25 linear ft.
Restrictions: noneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Nesset Farm Environmental Stewardship Project Records
 
Description: The collection contains photographs, video and audio tapes of interviews with Tom Nesset and others who lived on and near Nesset Farm on the South Fork of the Nooksack River. The project divided a group of Huxley College of Environmental Studies students into five groups which provided detailed studies of Nesset farm in the following categories: a site plan for creation of a county park; a historical study of the way in which the Nesset family lived and worked on the land; a ecological study of the site; a recreation use study of the site; and an interpretive and educational plan for the park. All five reports are included in the collection.
 
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Dates: 1930-1999 (bulk 1999)Volume: 1.5 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: Yes 

Title: Nooksack River Bridge photographs
 
Description: These photographs document the Nooksack River Bridge at Everson, Washington. They were taken in 1991 by the Washington State Deptartment of Transportation at the request of Mr. Leonard T. Garfield of the Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
 
Dates: 1991Volume: .5 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: North Cascades Audubon Society
 
Description: The North Cascades Audubon Society (NCAS) Records document the activities and interests of the Whatcom County, Washington branch of the National Audubon Society. The collection reflects the group's work to protect and promote awareness of the importance of wildlife, habitat and the environment in Whatcom county since its founding in 1970.
 
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Dates: 1970-2014Volume: 2 linear feet
Restrictions: Collection is open to the public.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Northwest Ethnohistory collection
 
Description: The Northwest Ethnohistory collection includes oral histories, manuscripts, correspondence, maps, bibliographies, publications and photographs relating to various Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest. Native American tribes documented in the collection include Chehalis, Shoalwater, Chinook, Clallam, Clatsop, Cowlitz, Duwamish, Haida, Klamath, Klickitat, Kwakiutl, Lummi, Makah, Muckleshoot, Nisqually, Nooksack, Puyallup, Quileute, Quinault, Salish, Semiahmoo, Skagit, Snohomish, Squaxin, Steilacoom, Suiattle-Sauk, Swinomish, and Suquamish. The records document the social life and customs of the various tribes, including their languages, material culture, legends, and rites and ceremonies. The collection also provides some insight into indigenous fishing, hunting, and whaling practices. Much of the collection contains information about politics and government relations, especially as they relate to the social conditions and legal status of tribes. Additionally, the records relate to laws regarding tribal land tenures and treaties.
 
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Dates: 1790-1999 (bulk 1850-1999)Volume: 72 linear ft
Restrictions: Bristol Bay interviews restricted until 2060.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Northwest Hardware Company records
 
Description: The Northwest Hardware Company records include incoming and outgoing correspondence, advertising materials, and "The Daily Bulletin" report on general conditions in the hardware business.
 
Dates: 1902-1919Volume: 1 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Northwest Proud Records
 
Description: Administrative materials, meeting minutes and articles documenting the activities of Northwest Proud, a coalition of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender groups in Whatcom County, Washington.
 
Dates: 2000-2001Volume: 0.5 linear ft.
Restrictions: Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Northwest Tribal Oral History interviews
 
Description: Includes first-hand accounts of members and elders of Native American tribes in Washington State and Idaho who provide information on long-standing traditions such as language, education, genealogy, politics, religion, as well as hunting and fishing practices.
 
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Dates: 1963-1973Volume: 2 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: YesVideo Tape: No 

Title: Northwest Washington Fair Association records
 
Description: The collection consists primarily of minutes of the Northwest Washington Fair Association dating between 1911 and 1974. There are also articles of incorporation, a constitution and bylaws for the association.
 
Dates: 1911-1974Volume: 0.5 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Northwest Women's Studies Association 1984 conference records
 
Description: Founded in 1977, the Northwest Women's Studies Association is interested in developing women's studies programs, improving the education of women, involving feminist leaders in the academic world and community, as well as addressing how and where feminist issues intersect with class and race issues. The records consist of planning materials, grant applications, and publications related to the Association's 1984 conference entitled "Holding Our Own and Breaking New Ground." The collection also contains informational resources about women's issues, and records from Western Washington University's Women's Studies program.
 
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Dates: 1950-1984Volume: 1.5 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Total # of Records found: 14
Pages:  [1]