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Total # of Records found: 27
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Title: SAFE Bellingham newspaper clippings
 
Description: This is a collection of newspapers, posters, and correspondence documenting the June 1999 oil pipeline explosion on Whatcom Creek in Bellingham, Washington. The materials also reflect subsequent efforts by local groups to secure federal pipeline safety legislation.
 
Dates: 1999-2000Volume: 1 linear ft.
Restrictions: Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Sandison (Wilbur J.) photographs
 
Description: The Wilbur J. Sandison photographs document early-Whatcom County houses, domestic scenes, fisheries, logging, local businesses, and theaters.
 
Dates: 1905-1916Volume: 1 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Scott (James W.) collection of Washington: A Centennial Atlas material
 
Description: This is a collection of published material about the state of Washington, collected and assembled for use in the James W. Scott's "Washington: A Centennial Atlas." Materials include pamphlets, brochures, photopied lists, articles, and ordinances.
 
Dates: circa 1889-1989Volume: 15 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Scudder (O.C.) photographs
 
Description: The O.C. Scudder photographs document people, scenes and structures throughout the Bellingham area and Washington State. Subjects include construction of the Mt. Baker theater, Chuckanut Drive, Deception Pass, North Cascades wilderness areas, the Northern Grocery Company building, and various private residences.
 
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Dates: 1910-1945Volume: 1 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Seattle Water Department photographs
 
Description: This collection contains two sets of photographs. The first set documents Seattle areas damaged by broken water mains or other problems, possibly taken for insurance purposes. The second set documents water department employees working, training, and recreating.
 
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Dates: circa 1915-1980Volume: 0.5 linear feet
Restrictions: Collection is open to the public.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Seeger (M.W.) papers
 
Description: This collection includes the personal papers of M.W. (Merwin William) Seeger as well as a small selection of business records from Seeger's pattern works company in Bellingham, Washington.
 
Dates: 1900-1940Volume: .5 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Sehome History Group records
 
Description: This collection includes research notes and photographs pertaining to the Sehome Hill neighborhood in Bellingham, Washington.
 
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Dates: 1999-2000Volume: 0.5 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Senour (Grant) Photographs
 
Description: The Grant Senour Photographs are composed of three folders and two photograph albums. The folders contain writings, correspondence, photocopies of photographs, various loose photographs, and a photocopied article from the Naval Aviation Museum periodical ‘Foundation’. The photograph albums contain a mix of family, military (Marines), hiking and mountaineering photographs. The listed dates in the photo albums range from 1937 to 1954, and include photos of many of Washington State’s mountains and mountain ranges including the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges. There are also some aerial photographs of mountains and cities as well as some photographs of areas in British Columbia, Canada. Grant Senour passed away October 20, 2009.
 
Dates: 1937-1954Volume: 1 linear foot
Restrictions: Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Shiels (Archie W.) papers
 
Description: Archibald Williamson Shiels was both a maker and a recorder of Alaskan history and folklore, and former president of Pacific American Fisheries. His papers consist of research material, publications, personal papers, maps and charts dating from around 1790 to 1965. The documents reference a number of topics primarily related to Russian America, the Alaskan Territory, and the State of Alaska, including boundary disputes and the Bering Sea controversy regarding fur seal fishing. Other topics include Alaska Natives’ fishing rights and transportation throughout Alaska, Canada, and the Pacific Northwest.
 
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Dates: circa 1790-1965 (bulk circa 1850-1950)Volume: 9 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: Yes
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Skagit County Abstract Company records
 
Description: This collection includes abstracts of land titles, subject files, maps and glass plate negatives of properties throughout Skagit County. Properties in Mt. Vernon, Burlington, Sedro Woolley, Anacortes, and La Conner are documented in the collection, as well as several cemeteries located throughout the county.
 
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Dates: 1872-1925Volume: 2 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Skagit County Oral History Project records
 
Description: This is a collection of microfilmed copies of oral history interview transcripts. The interviews were conducted by the Skagit County Historical Society between 1962 and 1979. Topics covered include social life, historical change, politics, agriculture, fishing, and timber.
 
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Dates: 1962-1979Volume: 5 reels
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Skagitonians Concerned About Nuclear Plants Records
 
Description: Administrative files, newsletters, research materials, pamphlets, publications, clippings and posters documenting the activities of Skagitonians Concerned About Nuclear Power (SCANP). SCANP was formed in opposition to the proposed construction of a nuclear power plant at Baccus Hill near Sedro-Woolley, Washington. Skagit County voters rejected this project by referendum in 1979. The collection also contains materials from Skagit Citizens for Nuclear Disarmament and Skagit Peace Education Fund.
 
Dates: Volume: 4 linear feet
Restrictions: Collection is open to the public.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Skinner (Knute) papers
 
Description: Papers of poet, editor, and WWU English Department faculty member. Works include "Hearing of Hard Times," "Stranger with a Watch," "Close Sky Over Killaspuglonane," and "Stretches." The collection contains reviews, short stories, manuscripts, drafts, and proofs. The bulk of the collection is Personal and Professional correspondence and Bellingham Review / Signpost Press correspondence.
 
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Dates: 1953-2005Volume: 11.5 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Smith (Curtis F.) Research Papers
 
Description: A collection of research notes, photographs and other background materials for Curtis F. Smith's book, "The Brothels of Bellingham".
 
Dates: 1858-2004Volume: 0.5 linear feet
Restrictions: Some materials may be subject to copyright and useFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Smith (Elmer) logging and shingle mill photographs
 
Description: This collection documents logging activities and shingle mill operations around Washington State. The photographs date from around 1888 to 1940 and depict individuals and equipment at the Grady Lake and Marona shingle mills, and Jameson and Tate logging camps. There are also a few images of local buildings and construction projects, including the Whatcom County Courthouse, the First National Bank in New Whatcom, the Bellingham Armory, and a dry dock in Bremerton.
 
Dates: 1888-1940Volume: .25 linear ft.
Restrictions: None.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Smith (Frederick E.) Papers
 
Description: The Frederick E. Smith papers document the research and interests of self-trained historian Frederick E. Smith. The bulk of the collection comprises research material regarding the Equality Colony, a socialist Utopian Colony based near present-day Bow-Edison in Skagit County, Washington between 1897 and 1907. Smith’s papers include correspondence, note cards, photographs and newspapers compiled during the course of his research, as well as drafts and a final version of his manuscript, Equality Colony. The collection contains reel-to-reel audio recordings of Smith’s oral history interviews about history of the Equality colony and its members. Audio recordings also include interviews regarding the history and culture of the Samish tribe, copies of radio programs regarding the International Workers of the World (Wobblies) and recordings from international radio broadcasts.
 
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Dates: 1865-1988 (bulk 1898-1988)Volume: 4 linear ft
Restrictions: Access to some interviews requires advance permissFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: YesVideo Tape: No 

Title: Snohomish County scrapbooks
 
Description: This collection consists of scrapbooks of newspaper clippings relating to Snohomish County political history.
 
Dates: 1968-1978Volume: 6 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Soine Shoe Store records
 
Description: This collection comprises financial and marketing records from a family-owned shoe store in Bellingham, Washington. The Soine Shoe Store was in operation from approximately 1931-1981.
 
Dates: 1940-1981Volume: 13.5 linear ft
Restrictions: No restrictionsFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Southeast Washington oral histories
 
Description: The Southeast Washington oral histories were conducted in the 1970s and cover regional topics including agriculture, business, crime, education, fishing, the Great Depression, homesteading, hunting, medicine, music, Native Americans, railroads, and sports.
 
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Dates: 1970-1979Volume: 1 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: YesVideo Tape: No 

Title: Southwestern Alaska Cannery logbooks
 
Description: The Southwestern Alaska Cannery Logbooks include logbooks from the Squaw Harbor Cannery, Olga Bay Cannery, Petersburg Cannery, and one unknown journal. They span 1918 to 1929, including 1932, 1941, and 1950. They discuss ship arrival and departure, personnel, daily duties accomplished, injuries, and the weather.
 
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Dates: 1918-1929, 1932, 1941, 1950.Volume: 1.25 linear ft.
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Stangroom (M.L. (Marc La Riverie) Papers
 
Description: The M.L. Stangroom Papers document the work and personal life of M. L. (Marc La Riviere) Stangroom, a former engineer for the Bellingham Bay and British Columbia Railroad. The collection includes Stangroom's personal correspondence and professional materials, as well as newspaper clippings from around 1855-2005. The collection also contains papers related to Stangroom's daughter, Zoe Stangroom Kimball.
 
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Dates: 1855-2005Volume: 0.5 linear ft.
Restrictions: Collection is open to the publicFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Stimpson (Edward W.) papers
 
Description: The Edward W. Stimpson papers comprise the archival records of a member of a prominent Bellingham family who became a leader in the field of aviation. These records document his professional life and achievements as well as aspects of his childhood and family history.
 
Dates: Volume: 11 linear ft. (12 boxes)
Restrictions: Some access and use restrictions apply to childhooFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: NoAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Title: Stimpson Family papers
 
Description: The Stimpson Family Papers comprise the records of several generations of the Stimpson and Watts families. These two families have been influential members of the Bellingham community since the early 1900s. The records in the collection reflect their community involvement as well as the internal workings of the two families.
 
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Dates: 1866-1998Volume: 84 linear ft
Restrictions: Access and publication restrictions apply.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: Yes 

Title: Sullivan (Michael) papers
 
Description: Michael Sullivan was the Historic Preservation Planner for the Whatcom County Park and Recreation Board. He was instrumental in both the Whatcom County Historical Preservation Survey and the Vintage Bellingham Survey. This collection documents the two important historical preservation projects, and also contains various research and reference materials on Whatcom County pioneers and places gathered by Mr. Sullivan during his career.
 
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Dates: 1864-1985Volume: 3 linear ft
Restrictions: NoneFinding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: YesVideo Tape: No 

Title: Sumas Roundup Association records
 
Description: The Sumas Roundup Association records document the history and organization of an annual round-up event in the Whatcom County town of Sumas, Washington. The collection spans the period 1923-1930, comprising financial records, photographs, a small amount of ephemera, and reference material.
 
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Dates: 1923-1930Volume: 1 linear ft.
Restrictions: Collection is open to the public.Finding Aid: NoMaps: No
Photographs: YesAudio Tape: NoVideo Tape: No 

Total # of Records found: 27
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