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: 2010
 
Description: Written on separate sheet of paper previously attached to photo: "Feeding the bears at Kasaan provided entertainment for the crew." Two men and two young black bears standing on wooden walkway with trees in background. The men are smiling and one is feeding a bear. Kasaan, in southeast Alaska near Ketchikan, was one of P.A.F.'s principal canneries.
 
Place: Kasaan (Alaska)
Era:
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2011
 
Description: Pacific American Fisheries buildings on both sides of the railroad in foreground with Fairhaven and South Hill in background. Taken approximately from where the Amtrack and bus terminal are today. Fairhaven Hotel is visible up Harris Ave. South Hill has no trees.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1910-20
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2012
 
Description: Close up of Pacific American Fisheries building shown in photo 2011. A wooden two story building with a flat roof, its front is decorated with fir boughs,hung on netting; its awning is draped,baskets of flowers hang from it,and American flags are positioned at intervals on the roof. Two of the front center windows on the second story are covered. A side door is marked "44." The building was destroyed by fire in 1934 - see photo 2051. Railroad tracks are in foreground.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era:
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2013
 
Description: Aerial view of harbor, lagoon, industrial buildings, piers, ships at dry dock, raiilroad tracks diagonally bisecting the picture. A few houses are visible in upper right, several cars are parked near railroad tracks. Probably South Bellingham with Harris Ave. and 4th and 6th Streets perpendicular to it with unidentified Pacific American Fisheries buildings in foreground.
 
Place:
Era: 1940-50
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2014
 
Description: "State of Washington" stern-wheeler steam ferry with six men standing on board. It was 175 feet long and ran between Bellingham and Seattle, stopping at Everett and Anacortes until 1902. It was built in 1889 in Tacoma. Photograph taken in 1891 at Dan Harris Dock in Fairhaven, accoording to "Looking Back" (p.149) South Hill is visible in background with a few houses and buildings on the right; very little development has taken place; a single row of trees runs along the crest of the hill. A building with a sign "Fairhaven & Southern RR" is just beyond the ferry and several people are waiting to board. Water and pilings appear in the foreground.
 
Place: Bellingham (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: 2015
 
Description: Caption on front in ink: "Juneau Feb. 1918" Snow covered Franklin Street in downtown Juneau with Mt. Juneau in background. Wooden buildings line both sides of the street with signs for "Curios," "Bicycle Repairing," "New Method Laundry," "Russell's Gun Store," "Alaska Soda Bottling Co. Inc.," "Merchants Cafe." Electric wires criss cross the street; poles line both sides.
 
Place: Juneau (Alaska)
Era: 1910-20
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2016
 
Description: Caption on reverse in ink: "2 new cottages on hill. Measurements - 12' x 16' Built 1944" and stamped: "Silver glaze finish - Sep 21 1944 - Jacobson's Bellingham, Wash" Two small buildings marked with "X" on their roofs. Cottages have a door on one side and one window on each of the other visible sides. Laundry is hung on clothesline behind them. Larger buildings appear beyond the cottages with water and a pile driver in the background. Photo taken from up the hill above the cottages. Probably part of Squaw Harbor Cannery on Shumagin Island, Alaska. See also photo 2003.
 
Place:
Era: 1940-50
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2017
 
Description: The P.A.F. steel steamship "Windber" in harbor at Fairhaven. The Windber was 290' x 40' x 19.3' with a 2500 ton capacity. It was built in 1889 on the East Coast. P.A.F. purchased the Windber in 1912 to carry freight and passengers to Alaska; in 1917 P.A.F. leased it to the Matson Navigation Co. of San Francisco to carry sugar to and from Hawaii. In 1920 it was taken out of service and in 1927 sold for scrap. The bottom part of it is still buried under Boulevard Park.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1910-20
Photographer:
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2018
 
Description: Pile driver and flat-roofed two story building on a barge in an unidentified body of water (likely used at the P.A.F. shipyard site in So. Bellingham. See photo 2020). Two small boats and a flat bottomed cargo boat are next to the pile driver and building; three masts are visible behind them. No land forms are visible.
 
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Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2019
 
Description: A close-up of cannery tender the Warrior in Elliott Bay with Seattle in the background, including a prominent Smith Tower. According to "The Great Pacific American Fisheries 1899-1965," it was the first diesel cannery tender built on the Pacific Coast. Built by Nelson & Kelez and launched in February 1914 in Seattle, the Warrior was 78' x 17' x 9.6' and 82 tons. Served many years in Alaska for P.A.F. and eventually used in 1963 as a trawler by Andy Ness. Shown flying an American flag, a P.A.F. banner, a Nelseco Diesel banner and a 48-star flag. Six men in hats and overcoats are on board.
 
Place: Seattle (Wash.)
Era: 1910-20
Photographer: Bennett, Lee (engineer for the Warrior)
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2020
 
Description: Caption on front in ink: "Driving the pile bulkhead -- Driving piles for shipyard foundations -- P.A.F. Inc. Commercial Pt. area of So. Bellingham, Wash. site." Several workers at construction site amidst lumber and piles being driven just off shore with the bay in the background. Probably the same pile driver and building as photo 2018. The P.A.F. Shipyard at Commercial Point was established in May 1916.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1910-20
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2021
 
Description: Caption on reverse in pencil: "before 1944" and "[See also Looking Back I, 146] about 1920." Shows a complex of wooden industrial buildings, two greenhouses, and several Model T cars parked nearby. South Hill is in background. According to "Looking Back I" p. 146: "Pacific American Fisheries Complex about 1920. The building at the center left is the machine shop built in 1915 for the manufacture of Adolf Malmquist's perfect cacuum machine can steamers. At center right is the Chinese House where the Chinese employees lived during the canning season. The building at the right is the blacksmith shop...at the northeast corner of 5th Street and Harris Avenue."
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1920-1930
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2022
 
Description: Caption on reverse in pencil: "Eend [sic] of cannery properties - 5th St. Fairhaven - Warehouse #5." Railroad tracks are in foreground, building with three smoke stacks (one with P.A.F. insignia, belching smoke) in middle ground next to tracks with four men standing nearby and three other buildings extend perpendicular to it out to pier in water. Bay is in background.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era:
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Fair
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2023
 
Description: Aerial view of P.A.F. complex of more than a dozen buildings in South Bellingham with railroad tracks running diagonally across the site. Several piers with buildings on them and boats next to them jut out into the water. At least three boats are in dry dock. Many of the buildings have "P.A.F." painted in white on their roofs and one large building has "Pacific American Fisheries, Inc." painted on its side. Plantings spell "P.A.F." next to one building.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash.)
Era: 1940-50
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2024
 
Description: View of P.A.F. pile driver and buidlings taken from Bellingham Bay, south of Taylor Dock, with South Hill in the background where Lowell School stands out among the houses.Reid Boiler Works building is visible on the left side of the picture. Building on pile driver barge has P.A.F. insignia on it.
 
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: 2025
 
Description: The Canadian government steamer, Quadra, used as a British Columbia lighthouse tender. Two men appear on the bow, one pulling a rope out of the water; two men stand in the stern and the pilot is visible in the pilot house. Piles of rope and a ladder and other miscellaneous items crowd the deck; there also appear to be two holds full of fish. According to H.W. McCurdy's "Marine History of the Pacific Northwest," the Quadra was in a collision near Nanaimo in 1917 and sank; it was towed to shore and sold to Britannia Mines Co. and was used in the Howe Sound to Tacoma ore trade.
 
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Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2026
 
Description: Caption on reverse in pencil: "Catherine D arriving in Bellingham" and again in pencil: "Arriving Bellingham Cather. D" Looking at the bow of the ship from below in calm water, with several people standing in the bow. The Catherine D, named for P.A.F. president E.B. Deming's granddaughter, was the flagship of the P.A.F. fleet at 2224 tons, 242' x 41.6' x 24.4' Built in 1918 at P.A.F.'s Deadman's Point Shipyard in South Bellingham, the Catherine D was a passenger freight ship used on runs to Alaska. She could carry 200 passengers and was known to roll. She was sold to the U.S. government during World War II and renamed USS Tatoosh.
 
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: 2027
 
Description: The ship Western Pioneer tied up at dock. The 183' former US Navy ship ARS-29, went into Alaska operation in 1958 following her conversion to a completely refrigerated cargo vessel with an 1800 horsepower diesel engine capable of 12 knots, according to McCurdy's Marine History of the Pacific Northwest.
 
Place:
Era: 1950-60
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2028
 
Description: Steamer tug Nile running on what appears to be Bellingham Bay with Lummi Island in background. Four men stand in the stern. The Nile, designed by H.C. Hanson, built in 1917 by P.A.F. at Bellingham was 77 tons, 71' long, used as a cannery tender. Eventually converted to diesel and acquired by Delta V. Smyth of Olympia; ultimately sold at auction in 1962 after sinking near Lopez Island.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash)
Era:
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2029
 
Description: Aerial view of harbor in Bellingham, WA, railroad and city in background taken from above Bellingham Cold Storage, showing large industrial complex like BCS in foreground, and a marina, lumber mill, and probably Puget Sound Pulp & Timber in the distance. Several tall buildings including Bellingham Towers are visible as are several homes along Eldridge Ave. and in the Columbia Neighborhood.Duplicate of photo 2033.
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash)
Era: 1950-60
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2030
 
Description: Aerial view of unidentified harbor with five long white buildings, probably canneries, on docks jutting out into the water; two ships and tugs are pulled up to the docks; a few smaller buildings are visible at the base of a cliff behind the canneries. Three ponds and a lake or reservoir can be seen beyond the cliff and two mountain peaks rise above with more water and mountains in the background. Possibly King Cove, Alaska where P.A.F. had a cannery operation.
 
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Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2031
 
Description: Caption on front in ink: "Owner's Room - Portside - P.A.F. S.S. 'Mary D.'" Nicely appointed stateroom with twin beds, a dresser, two straight-backed chairs and two upholstered chairs. The two portholes have curtains and shades. The Mary D, formerly the Pansa, was 7700 tons, 380' long and 54' wide. Built during World War I, P.A.F. bought it in 1926 and renamed it after E.B. Deming's second granddaughter.
 
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Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2032
 
Description: Imprinted on front: "PHOTO, No.----DATE----NORTHWESTERN SHIPYARD, BELLINGHAM, WASH." Close-up of shipyard operation, buildings, machinery, two ships in dry dock, large water tank(?)and three workers. Bellingham Bay is in middle ground and the opposite shore is in the background.
 
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Era:
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2033
 
Description: Duplicate of photo 2029
 
Place: Bellingham (Wash)
Era:
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Biery (Galen) papers and photographs
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ID Number: 2034
 
Description: Duplicate of photo 1966, slightly darker exposure. Caption on reverse in ink: "Dillingham 1948"
 
Place: Dillingham (Alaska)
Era: 1940-50
Photographer: unknown
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
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