Collections Catalog
 
Letter selected [P] - List of Collections
 

Total # of Records found: 12
Pages:  [1]  

 
Title: Pacific American Fisheries Records
 
Description: The collection documents the interests and activities of Pacific American Fisheries, Inc (PAF), one of the largest processors of Pacific Salmon in the world. PAF conducted salmon canning operations on Puget Sound and in Alaska between 1899 and 1965, with headquarters located in Bellingham, Washington. The collection spans the period 1875 – 1994, and includes corporate and administrative records, correspondence, financial, property, engineering and operational records, and also fish supply records, shipping records and a large body of reference material. The collection also contains the records of affiliated and subsidiary companies including Deming and Gould, Hoonah Packing Company and the Pacific Packing and Navigation Company, as well as personal papers of former employees including Galen Biery, George Hube and Bert Huntoon.
 
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Dates: 1802-1994 (bulk 1899-1967)Volume: 132 linear ft.
Restrictions: Access to some personnel files is restricted.Finding Aid: NoMaps: Yes
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Pacific Northwest Jazz Alliance records
 
Description: The collection contains records documenting the scheduling and promotion of regional performances by jazz musicians and groups. Included are administrative records, financial records, advertising, fundraising activities, fliers and posters for events, and records of activities and events hosted by PNJA. In addition, are the biographies, promotional materials, and photographs of artists such as Steve Allen, Diana Krall, Poncho Sanchez, and Maria Muldaur who performed at PNJA events.
 
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Dates: 1992-2005Volume: 5 linear ft.
Restrictions: noneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: YesVideo Tape: No 

Title: Parent-Teacher Association records for Eureka, Franklin, Roosevelt, and Sehome schools
 
Description: The collection includes minutes, financial records, correspondence, and scrapbooks documenting the activities of Parent-Teacher Associations affiliated with Whatcom County schools.
 
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Dates: 1917-1986Volume: 3 linear feet
Restrictions: Collection is open to the public.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Patterson (Margaret and Rev. J.W.) papers
 
Description: This collection includes the papers of Margaret Patterson and the Rev. J.W. Patterson, Methodist missionaries who came to Washington State in 1889 to continue their work in Nooksack.
 
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Dates: 1858-1937Volume: 0.5 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: People for Puget Sound Records
 
Description: Historic records of a non-profit environmental group founded in 1991 by Kathy Fletcher.
 
Dates: circa 1991-2010Volume: 54 linear feet
Restrictions: Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Permanente Cement Company - Bellingham Cement Plant Images
 
Description: This collection includes one CD-R containing images of a cement plant located in Bellingham, Washington in the early- to mid-twentieth century. There is also one oversized, framed and mounted photograph of the plant, as well as a map of the premises and an informational brochure. Permanente Cement Company purchased the Bellingham facility from Olympic Portland Cement Company in 1956. Principal products of the plant were various types of portland cement used in the building industry.
 
Dates: circa 1916-1969Volume: 1.5 linear feet
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: PLF Club Records
 
Description: The PLF Club Records document the activities of this Bellingham women's organization. The records include meeting minutes, yearbooks, correspondence, and financial records. In addition, there are records from the Washington Federatation of Women's Clubs, of which the PLF Club was a member. These include three scrapbooks.
 
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Dates: 1900-1986Volume: 2.5 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Point Roberts newspapers
 
Description: The collection contains copies of Point Roberts newspapers including Ocean Star and All Point Bulletin, as well as subject files covering various environmental and public utilities-related issues, and a small number of photographs.
 
Dates: 1960-1969Volume: 8 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Puget Sound Freight Lines records
 
Description: The collection contains financial, business and operational records documenting the activities of Puget Sound Freight Lines.
 
Dates: 1951-1974Volume: 4 linear ft.
Restrictions: Some access restrictions (payroll records)Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Puget Sound Mail newspaper photographs
 
Description: This is a collection of photographs taken for the Puget Sound Mail newspaper. Most of the photographs were taken throughout the Skagit Valley, especially in La Conner and Mt. Vernon.
 
Dates: 1950-1989Volume: .5 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Puget Sound Power and Light Company records
 
Description: The Puget Sound Power & Light Company Records document the emergence and early operations of one of the leading private power and transportation operations in Washington State. The collection reflects the history of Puget Sound Power and Light's predecessor and subsidiary companies from around 1888 to 1932 and in particular the development of rail transit systems in the Puget Sound area from the late nineteenth century through the 1930s. Records include administrative, financial, operational, legal, and property material documenting the interests and activities of over fifty of the “Puget Power” companies, and their role in the provision of utility and transportation services in Western Washington. The collection comprises the records of the following predecessor and subsidiary companies of Puget Sound Power & Light: Baker Estates (1903-1907) Bellingham and Skagit Railway Company (1910-1912) Bellingham Bay & Eastern Railway Company (1892-1899) Bellingham Bay Electric Street Railway Company (1890-1907) Bellingham Bay Gas Company (1890-1902) Bellingham Bay Gas and Railway Company (1890-1896) City Transport Company, (1922-1926) Columbia Improvement Company (1903-1905) Edison General Electric Company (undated) Everett Railway and Electric Company/Everett Railway and Light Company (1893-1907) Everett Railway Light and Water Company, (1896-1924) Fairhaven and New Whatcom Railway, (1891-1897) Fairhaven and Southern Railroad Company (1890-1891) Fairhaven Electric Light Power and Motor Company (1891; 1900-1901) First Avenue Railway Company, (1898-1901) Front Street Cable Railway, (1888-1898) Grant Street Electric Railway, (1891-1900) Green Lake Electric Railway Company, (1889-1902) Lake Whatcom Electric Railway Company (1892) Lynden Electric Railway and Improvement company (1901-1906; 1917) Madison Street Cable Railway Company, (1889-1900) Northern Railway and Improvement Company (1898-1903) North Seattle Cable Railway Company, (1889-1899) Pacific Coast Power Company (1904; 1901-1911) Pacific Northwest Traction Company, (1911-1930) Pacific Traction Company (1909-1929) Puget Sound Bus Company (1915-1923) Puget Sound Electric Railway Company (1903-1960) Puget Sound International Railway and Power Company (1907-1930) Renton Coal Company (1901-1924) Renton Co-operative Coal Company (1895-1901) Renton Mine and Renton Mines Association (1902-1910) Seattle Central Railway Company (1899-1903) Seattle Consolidated Street Railway Company (1888-1899) Seattle Electric Company (1894-1922) Seattle Motor Livery Compay (1902-1912) Seattle Railway and Seattle City Railway Company (1890-1922) Seattle-Tacoma Interurban Railway and Seattle -Tacoma Railway Company (1899-1912) Seattle-Tacoma Power Company (1905-1906) Seattle-Tacoma Union Stage Lines, (1921-1923) Seattle Traction Company and Seattle-Everett Traction Company (1897-1911) South Seattle Cable Railway Company (1889-1897) Stone & Webster Engineering Consulting Corporation (1910-1912) Tacoma Railway and Power Company (1903-1929) Third Street and Suburban Railway Company (1895-1901) Union Truck Line, (1800-1900) Vancouver Traction Company (1908-1911) Washington Railway and Power Company (1907) West Street and North End Railway Company (1890-1901) Whatcom County Railway and Light Company (1903-1938) Whatcom-Fairhaven Gas Company (1902-1922)
 
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Dates: 1888-1960 (1888-1932)Volume: 166 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Pulp Friction: Former Georgia-Pacific Employee interviews
 
Description: This is a collection of oral history interviews conducted by Kelly Huffman as research for the play "Pulp Friction." Huffman interviewed former Georgia-Pacific employees Garth Arneson, Bill Busby, Ken Christiansen, Noel Collamer, Chris Dillard, Vernon, Dale Haaland, Jerry Price, Jonathan Roebuck, Erika Shepard, Jerry Wilson, and some individuals who chose to remain anonymous.
 
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Dates: 2001-2002Volume: 1.5 linear ft
Restrictions: Access and use restrictions apply - see collectionFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: YesVideo Tape: No 

Total # of Records found: 12
Pages:  [1]