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    • 1960 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Blue leatherette cover with gold and white embossed lettering and design. Produced by Bayless Bindery, and Puget Press, Smith Company Covers, and Western Engraving and Colortype Company.
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • First Presbyterian Church

    • Buildings; Presbyterian churches
    • View of First Presbyterian Church at 2936 Rockefeller. The church was designed by architect Gilbert Cassilis Kennedy, and completed in September 1910. The steeple was added 50 years later. The church feels some of the city's finest stained glass,...
    • 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
    • 1931 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Blue softcover with gold embossed lettering and emblem depicting a seagull in flight. Printed by the Kane and Harcus Company of Everett, Washington.
    • 1941 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Light blue marbled leatherette cover with white and red embossed lettering. Printed by the Graff Printing Co. of Everett, Washington. Engravings by the Art Craft Engraving and Electrotype Co. of Seattle, 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.

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