CPNWS Photograph Catalog

Collection:   Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
Number of Photographs:   3809

 
Total # of Photograph Records found: 3809
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2523
 
Description: An unidentified older woman in profile, wearing a dress with lilies of the valley on it and a collared sweater, standing beside a house door and reaching toward plants including dahlias, probably on a porch.
 
Place: unknown
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2524
 
Description: Caption on reverse in ink: "J.H. Bloedel - New Whatcom, WN September 10, 1896" and in pencil: "Mrs. Dawn Egan - Head of B.B.I. woman to the right of man with hat over face who is R.G. Gamwell, Mrs. Gamwell is the 4th person to his left. Merve Dickenson standing 2nd from Mrs. Eagan's [sic] right." B.B.I. was Bellingham Bay Improvement Company.
 
Place: New Whatcom (Wash.)
Era: 1890-1900
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2525
 
Description: Unidentified large machine manufactured by Warren & Smith, Fairhaven, Wash. Appears to have hydraulic legs, a steam well and steam valves.
 
Place: unknown
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair - torn on edges
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2526
 
Description: Unidentified view from the water looking toward what could be South Hill and perhaps Taylor Dock. Buildings are clustered at the base of the hill(except for one toward the top of the hill) and the buildings on the waterfront appear to be industrial or commercial. Numerous wooden pilings extend out into the water. No evidence of a railroad.
 
Place: unknown
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2527
 
Description: Caption on reverse in ink: "This picture was taken July or August 1897 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Watkins at Geneva, Lake Whatcom, Wash. We had enjoyed a lovely ride on a gaily decorated barge towed by a small steamer, to the head of the Lake and returned. Family refreshments were served and all entertainment was beautifully arranged. We have lovely memories of a very pleasant day - now at this time - Mar. 1 - 1930." A large well dressed group of men, women and children as well as one large dog, sitting and standing in the yard of a small, one story clapboard house. Also on reverse in ink is a list of the people pictured: "1-Marguerite Black (Chuckie); 2-Mrs. A. Black (now Mrs. Charles Cissna; 3-Allie Jenkins; 4-Mary Douglas; 5-Marie Weisenburger; 6-Mrs. James Coldwell (Hattie);7-Nellie [Nettie?] Jenkins; 8-Mrs. Frank Jenkins (not shown);9-Mrs. Anderson; 10-Mrs. Watkins (Nanna);11-Mrs. Hofercamp; 12-Mr. Chas. Frank; 13-Susie Frank (Mrs. Chas. Farmer); 14-Jimmie Coldwell; 15-Miss Edna Nowland (Ms Roth's sister); 16-Mrs. Chas. Frank; 17-Mrs. Quackenbush (senior); 18-Friend of the Franks; 19-Mr. George; 20-Mrs. Chas. I. Roth; 21-Mrs. George; 22 & 23 - the two daughters of Mrs. Anderson; 24-Mr. Hofercamp; 25-Mr. Quackenbush (senior); 26-Miss Hulda Hofercamp (now Mrs. James Stevens); 27-Anna Douglas; 28-Mrs. Lew Quackenbush Jr.; 29-Miss Graham; 30-?; 31-Mrs. Weisenburger; 32-Mr. Anderson; 33-Edna Elizabeth Roth (now Mrs. W.H. Abbott);34-Clair Coldwell (now Mrs. A. Johnston); 35-Mr. Richard Watkins; 36-?; 37-Jack Watkins; 38-Minnie Frank; 39-Claud Quackenbush; 40-Clair Gruber; 41-Radie Frank; 42-?; 43- Mr. Lew Quackenbush; 44-Mrs. Gladys Gruber (now Mrs. Harris); 45-?; 46- Mayor Weisenburger; 47-Milton Jenkins; 48-Cecil Coldwell; 49-Victor H. Roth; 50-Mr. James Coldwell; 51-Byron Jenkins; 52-Mr. Jenkins; 55-Wallace - the dog; 54-?"
 
Place: Geneva, Lake Whatcom (Wash.)
Era: 1890-1900
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2528
 
Description: Caption on reverse in ink:"Committee on Preservation of Old Landmarks. Aftermath Club. Made by Bess Colbremer(?) about 1900. Printed by Mrs Hadley" and in pencil "Mrs C.I. Roth" Photo shows a pier, possibly under construction, extending out into the water, with a second pier in the distance, perpendicular to it. Appears to be unrelated to caption on the reverse unless the pier was a landmark to be preserved.
 
Place: unknown
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair - torn corner
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2529
 
Description: Postcard of the steamship Callender with a tug behind and a scow tied to its side. The Callender was the flagship of the P.A.F. tender fleet, used as a towboat for moving equipment and bringing scows to the cannery from the salmon traps.Three men are visible on her bow; steam rises from her smoke stack.
 
Place: unknown
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair - smudged
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2530
 
Description: Caption on reverse in ink: "Bandstand in Elizabeth Park." A man in a suit and hat walks in front of the bandstand which was constructed in 1901. Elizabeth Park is in the Columbia Neighborhood in Bellingham and is the city's oldest municipal park. It is situated on land donated for a park in 1884 by Henry Roeder. Originally named Walnut Street Park, in 1912 it was renamed for Elizabeth Roeder, his deceased wife.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2531
 
Description: Matted photo broken in half with caption on front in ink: "Nooksack School - April 6, 1915 - (Our School Days) - Yeager Photog." Entire school seated and standing next to the school building.
 
Place: Nooksack (Wash.)
Era: 1910-1920
Photographer: Yeager
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Poor (torn)
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2532
 
Description: Three unidentified young men standing under the arched entrance to Fairhaven High School with the school partially visible behind them. The school was destroyed by fire on December 31, 1935. The arch and the columns still exist at Fairhaven Middle School which was built on the site of the former high school.
 
Place: Belllingham (Wash.)
Era: 1920-1930
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2533
 
Description: Portrait of a dapper white-haired gentleman with a walrus mustache, dressed in a tweed three piece suit. Caption on reverse in ink: "Charles Donovan reached Bellingham Bay, June 26, 1873 - (picture taken in Dublin)" and, on an address label: "Mrs. Edward Edson - 312 Mt. Baker Apartments - Bellingham, Washington"
 
Place: Dublin (Ireland)
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2534
 
Description: At least ten long, rectangular, one story buildings at the edge of a bay with mountains rising beyond them. On reverse in pencil: "KC" which likey refers to Kings Cove, the Pacific American Fisheries Cannery in Kings Cove, Alaska. Stamped on reverse: "September 28, 1945-Clyde Banks Crystal Sheen Photo Service-Bellingham, Wash."
 
Place: Kings Cove (Alaska)
Era: 1940-50
Photographer: Clyde Banks
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2535
 
Description: Although unidentified on the photo, this is Andrew Loft, conductor on the Electric Interurban that ran between Bellingham and Mt. Vernon from 1912 until 1931. Service was hourly; there were 20 stops; trains ran up to 65 mph. The same photo appears in "Looking Back" p. 129. Loft appears to be sitting inside a house, in his uniform, operating a projector on a table in front of him.
 
Place: unknown
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2536
 
Description: An unidentified multi-gabled, five story wooden building with a columned entrance and a sign extending from its side that says "Baker". According to "Looking Back" p. 100, this is the Grand Central Hotel that was located at Forest and Holly Streets. Built in 1890, in 1892 it became the first St. Luke's Hospital, and when the hospital moved, it became The Baker Hotel. The first two floors appear to be public with lodging rooms above. The Baker was demolished in 1926 to build a garage.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2537
 
Description: Unidentified scene, taken from the water looking at a pier and a docked ship, possibly a passenger boat, with buildings in the background including a large, low building on the shoreline that has "Pacific Amer" and "War" written on its roof. Probably a Pacific American Fisheries Warehouse. Could be Fairhaven but background does not look like South Hill and there appears to be a mountain in the far background.
 
Place: unknown
Era: unkown
Photographer: unknown
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2538
 
Description: Caption on front in ink: "Mt. Baker Region - Near Bellingham, Wn." and "Engberg - Photo." A small group of hikers among tall trees and ferns in what is now the Mt. Baker National Forest.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: unknown
Photographer: Engberg
# of Negatives: 0Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2539
 
Description: Unidentified shipyard with two ships under construction and a three, or possibly four, story clapboard building in the foreground. Lumber is scattered on the ground next to a smaller square, open building with a ladder propped against the other building from its roof. Similar to photo taken by J.W. Sandison in "The Great Pacific American Fisheries" (V.21) that is identified as P.A.F. Shipyards, Commercial Point, May 4, 1917. The ships under construction are the Hollywood and the Rosewood and the building to the left is the Roan Refrigerator Plant.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1910-20
Photographer: unknown (possibly Sandison)
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2540
 
Description: Caption in ink on front: 6/1 1916. In the foreground, several carriages in front of a wooden building with water beyond. In the middleground are a pile driver and several driven piles just offshore. A ship in the bay is in the backgound beyond the piles. Land is barely visible across the bay.
 
Place: unknown
Era: 1910-20
Photographer: unknown
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2541
 
Description: Caption on front in ink: "No. 10 - '38 - P.A.F. - Petersburg - Iron Chink." Two men in boots, slickers, and hats operating the salmon butchering machine.
 
Place: Petersburg (Alaska)
Era: 1930-40
Photographer: unknown
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2542
 
Description: Masonic Hall building with several cars parked in front and beside it. Although there was a Masonic Hall at 1210 11th St. in Fairhaven, this is the Masonic Temple (also known as Masonic Hall) at 1103 State (formerly Elk) Street. According to the 1934 City Directory the building adjacent to it was the Bellingham Plumbing Supply at 1107 State. The sign on the adjacent building reads "Bellingham P..." in the photo. The Masonic Hall building is three stories with three large, oval-topped windows in front and K.B. Williams Commercial Printer on the street level. There are four pairs of long, pointed narrow cylindrical designs extending downward from the edge of the roof. The cars are 1920-30's vintage.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1930-40
Photographer: unknown
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2543
 
Description: Caption on front in ink: "Cannery Tender 'Karluk'" and "No. 56 - '38 - P.A.F. - Petersburg"
 
Place: Petersburg (Alaska)
Era: 1930-40
Photographer: unknown
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2544
 
Description: Caption on front in ink: "7/31 16" Appears to be a ship in very early stages of construction with the first verical frames in place. Wheeled carts are visible beside it.
 
Place: unknown
Era: 1910-20
Photographer: unknown
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2545
 
Description: Caption on front in ink: "Firwood - 9/8 16 - Redwood" Two ships under construction. These were P.A.F. ships, built at their shipyard at Commercial Point in South Bellingham. The Redwood was launced in January 1917 and the Firwood in April 1917.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1910-20
Photographer: unknown
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Fair - stained
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2546
 
Description: A unidentified ship under construction, probably at P.A.F. Shipyard at Commercial Point in South Bellingham. Two pairs of horses pulling carts of lumber appear in the lower foreground.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2547
 
Description: Caption on front in ink:"Post Office, Bellingham, Wn." and "Engberg Photo" Impressive brick building at corner of Cornwall and Magnolia, now known as the Federal Building. Still home to a post office as well as other federal offices. The building was built in 1912-13.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era:
Photographer: Engberg
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
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