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    • 1948 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Green leatherette cover with gold lettering and design featuring tragedy and comedy masks. Printed by Puget Press of Everett, Washington. Engraving by Dexter Engraving Co. in Seattle, Washington.
    • 1943 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Blue leatherette cover with gold embossed lettering. Printed by the Puget Press of Everett, Washington. Typesetting by the Everett Typesetting Co., and bookbinding by S.J. Priebe.
    • 1957 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Gray faux canvas leatherette cover with white, teal, and fuchsia design depicting cartoon outlines of people.Produced by S. J. Priebe Bindery, Puget Press, Inc., Smith Company Covers, and Western Engraving and Colortype Company.
    • 1959 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Black leatherette cover with red and white lettering and geometric design. Produced by Bayless Bindery, and Puget Press, Inc., Smith Company Covers, and Western Engraving and Colortype Company.
    • 1966 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Blue hardcover with white embossed design featuring a seagull in flight. Gold embossed lettering on spine. Produced by Taylor Publishing Company.
    • Western Redcedar

    • Cemeteries; Trees
    • Western Redcedar trees are important symbols of the ways of life and death for Native Americans in this region. The redcedar has been important to Native Americans for untold generations. Its wood has been a source of houses and canoes, its bark...
    • John Diefenbacher

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • John Diefenbacher (1861-1935) was born in Germany in June 1861 and arrived in America in 1880. He was the co-proprietor of Andrae & Diefenbacher's Saloon, then later owned his own Union Saloon. He died December 18, 1935, and is interred in the...
    • I. W. W. Prisoner 4887.  Clarence "Paddy" Cyphert

    • Everett Massacre, Everett, Wash., 1916; Labor Disputes--Washington (State); Labor unions
    • Booked as Clarence Chypert, age 25. Walker Smith's book "The Everett Massacre" gives his age as 35, and his occupation as logger, born in Washington. Smith writes that Sheriff Don McCrae had known Cyphert and attempted to place him in another...
    • George Wardell

    • Wardell, George; Portrait Photographs; Loggers
    • George Wardell worked in Snohomish County logging camps in the early 1900s. His oral history recollections are a part of the Everett Public Library's collection.
    • 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...
    • Miss Everett Pageant

    • Pageants
    • The ten contestants taking part in the Miss Everett Pageant sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce at the Chuck Lee Swim School. The winner, Corky Von Scheele went on to represent Everett in the Miss Washington contest later in the spring...

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