CPNWS Photograph Catalog

Collection:   Brady (Ferd) photographs
Number of Photographs:   87

 
Total # of Photograph Records found: 87
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Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 26
 
Description: Three one-man canoes on the Swinomish Channel. American Hall visible on shore in background. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Festival, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 27
 
Description: Three one-man canoes near Swinomish Channel bridge. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Festival, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 28
 
Description: A group of rowboats on the Swinomish Channel. The LaConner waterfront is visible in the background. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Festival, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 29
 
Description: Three rowboats on channel. The LaConner waterfront is in the background. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Festival, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Negatives: Negative Condition:
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 30
 
Description: Three war canoes race on channel. Background view is of the LaConner waterfront. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Festival, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 31
 
Description: Two war canoes race on channel. Background view is of LaConner waterfront. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Festival, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 32
 
Description: War Canoe race on Swinomish Channel. LaConner waterfront in background. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Festival, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 33
 
Description: View of Reservation shoreline. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Festival, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 34
 
Description: A team of ten women and one man (located at the stern of the boat) paddle the canoe "Telegraph". La Conner waterfront in background. May be part of the 1930 Puget Sound Indian Fair, August 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 35
 
Description: A team of ten women, and one man at the stern, paddles the canoe Golden Arrow from West Saanich B.C. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Fair, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 36
 
Description: A team of ten women, and one man at the stern, paddle the canoe "Telegraph" at the left of the Swinomish Channel bridge. LaConner waterfront in background. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Fair, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 2Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 37
 
Description: Side veiw of "Golden Arrow" from West Saanich, B.C. Ten women and one man at stern of canoe. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Fair, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 38
 
Description: Three ten-man canoes, the "?" and two unknown teams race each other. May be part of the Puget Sound Indian Fair, 1930.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-La Conner
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 39
 
Description: Interior of smokehouse on Swinomish Reservation located north of the village on Wilbur Road. Man drumming on right of fire without a hat is Morris Dan, husband of Bertha Dan. Some pictures may be Canadians.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-Swinomish Indian Reservation
Era: 1930
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 40
 
Description: Man standing in traditional Native American dress including and feathered headdress is possibly L.C. Waynick of Anacortes. Morris Dan drumming at right.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-Swinomish Indian Reservation
Era: 1930-1935
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 41
 
Description: Portrait of an unidentified Native American wearing a headdress.
 
Place:
Era:
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 42
 
Description: Portrait of an unidentified Native American wearing a headdress.
 
Place:
Era:
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 3Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 43
 
Description: Portrait of Eddie Albert, a Native American, wearing a headdress.
 
Place:
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Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 2Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 44
 
Description: Portrait of unidentified man, possibly Wilber Tandy.
 
Place:
Era:
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 45
 
Description: Photographer's notes with the photo and negative identify this as an image of Lelah Church. CPNWS has also received information that the subject is Julia Sehome Barkhousen, daughter of Chief Sehome.
 
Place:
Era:
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 46
 
Description: Unidentified cabin with fire pit in foreground.
 
Place: Unidentified
Era: Unknown
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Negatives: 1Negative Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 47
 
Description: Portrait of Mary Wood. Native American name possibly Du-bub, niece of Chief Tom Squi-qui. Wed William Wood in 1863. She and William lived on Fidalgo until 1867 when they relocated to an area near Samish Island.
 
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Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
Web Image: No Web Image Available
ID Number: 48
 
Description: Funeral of John K. Bob, member of Swinomish community killed in action in Germany on November 11, 1944. Mourners exiting Sacred Heart Catholic Church in La Conner. Young boy in lower left corner is Floyd Edge. The young woman facing camera at lower left is Madeline Stone Cayou. Robert Joe is leaning against the church. The man in the dark suit at the head of the coffin is Mount Vernon funeral director Henry Dunham. Man saluting is Joe Washington. Carrying the casket are: Ben Charles, Chester "Bear" Paul, Arthur "Archie" Billy, and Frances "Frenchie" Cassimere.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-Swinomish Indian Reservation
Era: 1944
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions: None

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 49
 
Description: Funeral of John K. Bob, member of Swinomish community killed in action in Germany on November 11, 1944. Soldiers carrying the coffin to the gravesite among the mourners.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-Swinomish Indian Reservation
Era: 1944
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Collection: Brady (Ferd) photographs
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ID Number: 50
 
Description: Funeral of John K. Bob, member of Swinomish community killed in action in Germany on November 11, 1944. Soldiers around casket at gravesite. Soldiers in uniform on the right side of the coffin are: Frances "Frenchie" Cassimere, Arthur "Archie" Billy, Chester "Bear" Paul. Dewey Mitchell is wearing a dark suit next to a woman with a white scarf. Angeline Scott Bob, mother of John K. Bob is pictured in a fur coat on other side of the woman with the white scarf.
 
Place: Washington State-Skagit County-Swinomish Indian Reservation
Era: 1944
Photographer: Ferd Brady
# of Prints: 1Print Condition: Good
Restrictions:

Total # of Photograph Records found: 87
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