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    • Alice McFarland Duryee

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Alice McFarland Duryee (1875-1914) served as the first head librarian at the Everett Public Library, from April 1898 to April 1900. Originally from Maine, she was an Everett pioneer who arrived with her parents in 1892. She married Leverich Duryee,...
    • Alice Rigby

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Iowa-born sisters Alice Rigby (1871-1915) and Clara Rigby (1873-1953) arrived in Everett in the early 20th century. Together, they owned and operated a professional photo studio. From 1905 to 1915--a time when female-owned businesses were...
    • Clara Rigby Casperson

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Iowa-born sisters Alice Rigby (1871-1915) and Clara Rigby (1873-1953) arrived in Everett in the early 20th century. Together, they owned and operated a professional photo studio. From 1905 to 1915--a time when female-owned businesses were...
    • Alice Rigby and Clara Rigby

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Iowa-born sisters Alice Rigby (1871-1915) and Clara Rigby (1873-1953) arrived in Everett in the early 20th century. Together, they owned and operated a professional photo studio. From 1905 to 1915--a time when female-owned businesses were...
    • 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...
    • Dr. Ida Noyes McIntire

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Physician and suffragette Ida Noyes McIntyre (1859-1932) began her career as a journalist. She attended the Women's Hospital Medical College (now Northwester University) and, according to a subscription history entry, she received an M. D. degree...
    • Dr. Ida Noyes McIntire

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Physician and suffragette Ida Noyes McIntyre (1859-1932) began her career as a journalist. She attended the Women's Hospital Medical College (now Northwester University) and, according to a subscription history entry, she received an M. D. degree...
    • Elof Norman interview

    • Interviews;
    • 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,...
    • 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...
    • Snohomish County Courthouse computer arrival

    • Computers; Government facilities
    • Courthouse Computer Arrival. County officials met movers as about two dozen pieces of complicated electronic gear that will form the county's new data processing center arrived. The IBM 360 was leased to the county for about $1000 a working day...
    • 1911 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Brown softcover with faux linen finish. Gold embossed lettering and design with a string tie. Printed by the Everett Print Shop of Everett, Washington
    • 1914 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Brown softcover with faux linen finish. Black lettering and drawing of a Native American male. Printed by the Herald Press of Everett, Washington.

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