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    • 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.
    • 1945 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Cream leatherette cover with gold embossed lettering. Printed by Puget Press of Everett, Washington. Engraving by Western Engraving and Colortype Co. of Seattle, Washington.
    • 1952 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Black and white leatherette cover with black and white embossed lettering and grid design. Printed by Puget Press Inc. of Everett, Washington. Engraving by Dexter Art and Photography Engraving.
    • Portrait of Jefferson Beard

    • Beard, Jefferson; Sheriffs--Washington (State)--Everett; Portrait Photographs;
    • Jefferson Beard (1871 - 1916) began working as a log setter but soon was Republican appointee to the Everett police force and later as county deputy sheriff. Beard was killed while serving as deputy on the city dock November 5, 1916. Charges...
    • New Weyerhaeuser Pipeline

    • Lumber industry; Pipes
    • New pipeline set to be installed to carry water for the new Weyerhaeuser kraft pulp mill. The pipe will add considerably to the amount of water already brought into Everett daily (Everett Herald, December 27, 1952).
    • Air Show at Paine Field

    • Air shows; Airline industry; Airplanes
    • The Fairchild turboprop plane of West Coast airlines brought interest from the crowd (Everett Herald, September 15, 1958).
    • Steam donkey loading logs onto rail cars

    • Steam donkeys--Washington (State)--Snohomish County;
    • These appear to be hardwood logs and brought in by ground lead (ends of several partially rounded, or "sniped", so they will not dig in or hang up on skid logs). The Everett Pulp and Paper mill in Lowell was a major market for these species, as it...
    • Men, logs and steam donkey

    • Lumber industry--Washington (State)--Snohomish County; Steam donkeys--Washington (State)
    • A "turn" of logs brought in by steam donkey. Note the logs of the skid road in the foreground partially buried in the ground. Tending thedonkey are the pucher (engineer) and fireman. This angle shows the wire rope wound round the spool, the...

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