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Remembering Whatcom Creek Collection

Inventory



Series I: Program Administration July-September 1999
Series II: "Remembering Whatcom Creek" Event September 18, 1999
Series III: Materials donated and collected re: Whatcom Creek 1979-1999

Series IV: Oversized materials and maps, 1858-1999

Series I: Program Administration, July -September 1999

Box 1


1/1 Correspondence and program planning – Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, July-September 1999
1/2 Publicity, August-September 1999
1/3 Exhibit planning for September 18, 1999 Event, August-September 1999
1/4 Planning for corresponding exhibit in Western Washington University Libraries, August-September 1999

Series II: "Remembering Whatcom Creek" Event, September 18, 1999

Box 1 (cont’d)


Audio-visual recordings document the September 18, 1999 “Remembering Whatcom Creek” event. The program included opening remarks by Chris Friday, Karen Morse and Andrew Bodman; Visions for the Future by Pete Kremen and Mark Asmundson; A History of Whatcom Creek by Tim Wahl and Jeff Jewell; A Personal History of Whatcom Falls Parks by Gene Fairbanks; Lummi Tribal Perspectives given by Tom Edwards; Scientific and Environmental Understandings of Whatcom Creek provided by Wayne Landis, Robin Matthews and Suzanne James; Visions for the Future and the Restoration of Whatcom Creek by Clare Fegelsong, Tony Palagyi, Mark Henderson and Thor Cutler; Closing remarks given by Chris Friday; and a requiem by Flip Breskin.

 

Audio-visual recordings

1/5 Digital video cassette format – reference copies (7 tapes), 1999 September 18
1/6 Digital video cassette format - backup copies (7 tapes), 1999 September 18

Box 2

2/1-2/4 VHS format – reference copies, 1999 September 18

Box 3

3/1-3/4 VHS format – backup copies, 1999 September 18

Box 4

4/1 Digital Photos of Sept. 18 event by Dr. Chris Friday, Director, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, 1999 September 18
4/2 Exhibit Material, 1999 September 18
4/3 Speeches, 1999 September 18
4/4 Forms and Program, 1999 September 18

Series III: Materials Donated and Collected Relating to Whatcom Creek, 1979-1999

Photographs

4/5 Donated by Darol Streib, before and after the pipeline explosion, November 1998-July 1999
4/6 Donated by Kris Fykerud, Whatcom Falls Park day before the explosion, 1999 June 9
4/7 Donated by Ann Leatherwood, photos of smoke plume, 1999 June 10
4/8 Donated by Susie and Jim Constant, photos of smoke plume, 1999 June 10
4/9 Donated by Joan O'Neill, photos of smoke plume, 1999 June 10
4/10 Donated by Tim Wahl, Whatcom Falls Park day after the explosion, (Includes digital copies on disc), 1999 June 11
4/11 Donated by Charles Hill, photos of smoke plume, 1999 June 10

4/12 Newspaper Articles, explosion and aftermath, Summer/Fall 1999
4/13 Darol Streib Correspondence, (donated by Darol Streib), June-August 1999
4/14 Whatcom County Red Cross' Response to Explosion Materials, Summer/Fall 1999
4/15 "Bellingham Parks" an incomplete and unedited manuscript by Eugene Fairbanks, (donated by the author), Undated
4/16 Dedication of the Bellingham Maritime Heritage Center on Whatcom Creek Materials, (donated by Verna Wendt), 1982 October 25
4/17 Publication: the planet "Olympic Pipeline Explosion: A Retrospective" Spring/Summer 2000
4/18 Letter to the Bellingham Community from BP/Olympic Pipe Line Company regarding the restart of the pipeline, 2000 December
4/19 VHS Video Cassette, Documentary of Maritime Heritage Park Artwork Memorial, 1999 July 18
4/20-4/24 Artwork from Maritime Heritage Park Memorial, 1999 July 18
4/25 Jim Johnston Interview (biologist, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife), 2000 February 9

 

Series IV: Oversized materials and maps, 1858-1999

Oversize Folder

1. Whatcom Creek Burn Zone Map, produced by the Institute for Spatial Information and Analysis, 1999 August
2-6. Whatcom Creek Corridor before and after explosion, Air Photos by the City of Bellingham, July 7, 1997 - July 23, 1999
7. Whatcom Creek Corridor Topographic Base Map(shows burn zone), City of Bellingham, June 30, 1999
8-9. Whatcom Creek Corridor Basemaps, (shows burn zone), City of Bellingham, 1999 July 23
10. Whatcom County in 1850 Map by C. Behee for Whatcom County Planning Department, 1993
11. Whatcom County in 1900 Map by C. Behee for Whatcom County Planning Department, 1993
12. Whatcom County in 1950 Map by C. Behee for Whatcom County Planning Department, 1993
13. "Whatcom Creek: The Next 100 Years, Time to Heal" poster created and donated by Darol Streib, Undated
14. Photo Reproduction of Seattle Times article featuring photos by Darol Streib, (Donated by Darol Streib), 1999 August 10,
15. Bellingham Herald Newspaper Extra, 1999 June 11

Maps

Rolled Document 1. Map- Olympic and Transmountain Pipeline Corridors, created by the City of Bellingham, 1999 July 6
Rolled Document 2. Map- Vegetation of the Southwestern Fraser Lowland, 1858-1880, Environment Canada, Canadian Wildlife Service, (donated by Kathleen Moore), 1979