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: 1846
 
Description: Caption typed on reverse: "Group organized to build a railroad from Bellingham across Cascade mountains to Eastern Washington -- about 1906(?) Left to right -- A.J. Craven (attorney), William R. Moultray, B.W.(Bert) Huntoon, .....?, Robert L. Kline, Charles F. Nolte, J.B. Bennett, Cyrus Gates, E.M. Wilson." Nine men(tenth mostly hidden), clean shaven, some with mustaches, wearing suits,sitting around a table in front of window with shade partially down bearing a sign saying "$1,400,000 Bonus" May have been earlier than 1906 - article in New York Times, August 9, 1902 entitled "Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Railroad Projected Improvements" announced on August 8th, a long tunnel would be built under Hinnigan Pass; the line running into the Cascades foothills would be extended to cross Cascades.
 
Place:
Era: 1900-1910
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1847
 
Description: Caption on reverse in pencil: "A.W. Hawkins" Probably Augustus W. Hawkins who is listed in Bellingham City Directories from 1947 until 1957 with no occupation given.
 
Place:
Era: 1950-1960
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1848
 
Description: Caption on reverse in pencil: "A.W. Deming." Stamped on reverse Jun 10 1925. Arthur W. Deming, younger brother of Everett (Ed), came to Fairhaven from Chicago in 1900 shortly after Ed became manager of Pacific American Fisheries. A.W. in 1925 was vice president of PAF and affiliated with Annette Island Packing Co. Previouisly he had been affiliated with Thompson Fish Co. He lived at 319 S. Forest and died in 1938.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1920-1930
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1849
 
Description: Caption on reverse in ink: "Ed Cowgill" shows well dressed gentleman with bushy mustache. In the early 1900's, Edgar Cowgill was vice president of Homan Lumber Co. in the Mason Block of Fairhaven. He and Nelson Bemmett and E. M. Wilson bought Dan Harris' Fairhaven property in the 1880's and, with C.X. Larrabe, they established the Fairhaven Land Co. in the 1890's. Cowgill lived at 723 14th St.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era:
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1850
 
Description: Caption on reverse in ink: "Jacob Beck; Beck's Grandview Hotel; Beck's Theater" Young well dressed gentleman with handlebar mustache, Beck was an early resident of New Whatcom. Beck's Grand View Hotel & Saloon built in 1889 was at the corner of Holly and Dock St. Beck's Majestic Theater built in 1902, located at 1310-1316 Dock St., was the most adequately staged playhouse west of Chicago, seated 2200. Beck lived at the hotel and later at 610 Magnolia.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1900-1910
Photographer: Clyde Banks Photoshop, 1301 Cornwall Ave.
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1851.1
 
Description: Upper left photo of four on side one of a scrapbook page. No caption. Shows front and side of Standard Grocery, with two men and a woman standing near the corner entrance; a man on a bicycle is riding by them. To the side is a horse and carriage; written on side of carriage: "Standard Grocery...York Addition" Street is dirt with plank (?) sidewalk. George Smith's first grocery was at 1351 Humboldt on the corner of Humboldt and Potter where Nelson's Market is today (514 Potter). He later moved his grocery to 2401 Meridian. See also 1851.2
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1900-1910
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1851.2
 
Description: Lower left photo of two men and two women on scrapbook page with caption in ink: "Ralph Scott, Mr. & Mrs. Geo. Smith - Sarah - (councilman), Rachel" George and Sara Smith came to Bellingham from Kansas in 1900. He was a pioneer grocer and served on the city council. He was proprietor of a grocery at 1351 Humboldt (corner of Potter - now Nelson's Market) and later of the Corner Grocery on Meridian and Monroe; their home was 2401 Meridian and later 2415 Peabody when he was councilman. Rachel was their daughter; in the photo she is wearing a large, elaborate hat. Ralph Scott was a clerk at Byron's Grocery on Elk St.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1910-1920
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1851.3
 
Description: Upper right photo on scrapbook page of man kneeling beside, and woman seated next to, a phonograph with several cylinders below it labeled "Edison Records..." Caption below photo in ink: "Rachel Smith -- Mrs. Don Denton; Ralph Scott, clerk at Byron" Phonograph talking machines were invented by Thomas A Edison in 1877; phonograph wax cylinders were invented by Edison in 1888 and played 2 minutes of music or entertainment. They were produced until 1929. Disc records, invented in 1912, superceded cylinders. See also photo 1851.2.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1910-1920
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1851.4
 
Description: Lower right photo on scrapbook page of young man in profile. Caption below in ink: "Ben Smith (Rachel's Bro.)" Benjamin Smith was a teller at Henry, Andrews & Co. Bankers. See also 1851.2 & 1851.3.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1910-1920
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1851.5
 
Description: Upper left photo of four on side 2 of scrapbook page. Caption in ink above photo: "Ben Smith, Don Denton, Rachel, Ralph Scott, Nell Latta" Shows six people, last man on right is unidentified. Under photo is caption in ink "Cameraman" under Ben Smith. Line drawn to Don Denton with caption "Don Denton, Standard Oil Co. office man for Yorkston (Wellard Oales?)" All are sitting outdoors on the ground with a wood fence and trees behind them, newspapers scattered beside them. Women are wearing white dresses; Smith and Denton are informally dressed; Scott and the unidentified man are wearing suit vests, ties and white shirts. Denton was born in Michigan in 1883 and started with Standard Oil in Bellingham in 1906. He opened an automotive service station in 1921. He and Rachel Smith were married in 1912. Nell Latta was a clerk who lived at 2200 Williams St. Her father (?) Marion Latta became superintendent of city streets and sewers.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1910-1920
Photographer: Ben Smith
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1851.6
 
Description: Upper right photo on side 2 of scrapbook page; caption below in ink: "Rachel" Rachel Smith is peering out of a hole in the newspaper "Daily Reveille" with headline "Bellingham Society" showing. Another woman, unidentified, is also shown peering out through a newspaper. See also 1851.5. It was likely the same outing.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1910-1920
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1851.7
 
Description: Lower left photo of four on side 2 of scrapbook page. No caption. Scene of rough, foamy sea and rocks with land in distant left background. Light focused on rocks.
 
Place: unknown
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Poor
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1851.8
 
Description: Lower right photo of four on side 2 of scrapbook page. No caption. Shows single masted wooden sailboat, dark paint on lower part, white on deck. Two men are standing on deck and one is climbing the ladder on the mast. Three portholes are showing. Small rowboat is in foreground.
 
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: 1852
 
Description: Old barracks building overgrown with vegetation. Caption written in pencil and ink on reversem "Old Barracks - English camp, San Juan Island."
 
Place: San Juan Islands (Wash.)
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1853
 
Description: Unidentified residential houses, craftsmen style. Date, "Jun 15, 1925" stamped on reverse, and "Burlington Journal" written in pencil
 
Place:
Era: 1920-1930
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1854
 
Description: Residential building / house, with ornate cast-iron fencing in foreground. Caption in pencil on reverse reads "Gaudette Estate" and in pen "Lumberman's Estate, 2736 Eldridge Ave." Edmond Gaudette, successful lumberman, came to New Whatcom in 1889 from Ludington, MI. Eventually bought out old Stimson Logging Co. Died in 1916 leaving an estate of over $1,000,000. His widow died in 1926; the residence was vacant until 1936 when it's address disappears from the City Directory. House burned???
 
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: 1855
 
Description: Unidentified Queen Anne-style residential house with bay window on ground floor, and faux-balcony above porch. Four unidentified individuals (two men, two women) standing on porch. Plank sidewalks in foreground.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era:
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: fair
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1856
 
Description: Unidentified Queen Anne style house with 3 story turret on right side. Large tree in left front yard. Snow covered ground. Walkway leading to front steps.
 
Place:
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: 1857
 
Description: unidentified queen Anne style house, possibly one of the 10 Cissna cottages built around 1900 on the block of Halleck and Girard Streets. Duplicate of 1873.
 
Place:
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: 1858
 
Description: Unidentified clapboard Queen Anne house with yard fenced by a low split rail fence. Possibly one of the 10 Cissna cottages built about 1900 on the block of Girard and Halleck Streets. Duplicate of 1874.
 
Place:
Era: unknown
Photographer:
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1859
 
Description: Early (1910-1920s era) car parked in residential street with wooden-sided houses, and trees. One male driver plus a man and a woman in rear passenger seat.
 
Place:
Era: 1910-1930
Photographer: Clark, J. Wayland
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: fair
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1860
 
Description: Clapboard house, possibly a craftsman bungalow, shrouded by trees and surrounded by a picket fence. Cement walkway leads across lawn to the fence; tall trees line the left side of the walkway. Elevated wires (electrical or telephone) run into the house.
 
Place:
Era: unknown
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1861
 
Description: Unidentified gable front 2 story clapboard house (national style?) with wing. Porch located under gable and extends over half the wing. Six women stand in a group on the left side of the porch, 2 of the women are holding hands; a well-dressed man and woman stand together further to the right. Picket fence runs in front of house. The porch has 6 trellises.
 
Place:
Era: 1900-1910
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: fair
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1862
 
Description: Duplicate of photograph 1861 but somewhat lighter and clearer. See also 1875.
 
Place:
Era: 1900-1910
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 1863
 
Description: Unidentified clapboard Gothic Revival with center and side gables and second story balustraded balcony with open door. Back wing has small porch. Four over four windows. Doors and windows are open; must be summer. Chicken wire fencing in overgrown yard. Man, woman and young boy stand on front porch, dressed in work clothes.
 
Place: unknown
Era: 1900-1920
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: fair
Restrictions:

Total # of Photograph Records found: 3809
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