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    • Elof Norman

    • Norman, Elof; Portrait Photographs; Authors
    • Elof Norman (1894 - 1980) arrived with his Danish immigrant family as a kid, living first in the mining town of Monte Cristo and later in Everett. He worked in Snohomish County shingle mills and was employed at the fish cannery in Everett on the...
    • Elof Norman Interview, Tape 1 Side 1

    • Norman, Elof; Emigration & immigration; Monte Cristo; Mining; Sawmills
    • Elof O. Norman, a Danish immigrant, was a pioneer author and early-day resident of Monte Cristo. Norman is the author of "The Coffee Chased Us Up," a memoir of growing up in Monte Cristo. In 1916, Norman witnessed the Everett Massacre. He worked...
    • Elof Norman Interview, Tape 1 Side 2

    • Norman, Elof; Emigration & immigration; Monte Cristo; Mining; Sawmills
    • Elof O. Norman, a Danish immigrant, was a pioneer author and early-day resident of Monte Cristo. Norman is the author of "The Coffee Chased Us Up," a memoir of growing up in Monte Cristo. In 1916, Norman witnessed the Everett Massacre. He worked...
    • Elof Norman interview

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    • Elof Norman (1894 - 1980) arrived in Snohomish County, Washington with his Danish immigrant family in 1900, living first in the mining town of Monte Cristo. A shingle mill worker for years, Elof was employed at a fish cannery, near the city dock,...
    • 1949 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Red leatherette cover with gold and red embossed letters and design. Red lettering is made to look like rope, and the design features a cowboy on a horse with a lasso and a camp fire. Printed by Puget Press. Engraving by Acme Engraving Co. in...
    • Elof Norman Interview Transcript

    • Norman, Elof; Emigration & immigration; Monte Cristo; Mining; Sawmills; Mills; Everett Massacre; Taverns (Inns); Alcoholic beverages; Motorcycle racing
    • Transcript of Elof Norman's oral history interview, November 6, 1976.
    • Joseph Irving

    • Irving, Joe; Portrait Photographs; Lumber industry--Washington (State)--Everett; Legislators--Washington (State);
    • Joe Irving (1868 - 1953) came to Everett during the city's 1890s boom, and became clerk, then manager of the city's posh Monte Cristo Hotel. He then began a lifetime involvement in logging and had interests in Sultan Railway and Timber, Monroe...
    • Portrait of Ernest Marsh

    • Marsh, Ernest; Portrait Photographs; Journalists; Labor leaders-- Washington (State)--Everett; Labor unions;
    • Marsh was a mill worker who became an important figure in the local labor movement and was Executive Secretary for the shingle weaver's local at the time of the Massacre. He was also editor of the Everett-based Labor Journal. For further reading,...
    • Portrait of R. Jay Olinger

    • Olinger, R. Jay; Portrait Photographs; Labor leaders--Washington (State)--Everett; Socialists;
    • R. Jay Olinger (died 1952) was a powerful figure in Everett's Trade Union movement. A member of the I. B. E. W., Jay was president of the Trades Union at the time of the Everett Massacre. For further reading, see author Norman Clark's book Mill...
    • House Fire

    • Fires; Disasters; Fires; Disasters Fighters; Dwellings
    • Fireman Norman Platt climbs through a window to rescue an elderly man locked in the bathroom (Everett Herald, August 12, 1959, pg. 15).

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