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    • 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.
    • 1956 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • White leatherette cover with gold, teal, and white embossed lettering and design. Produced by Everett Photo Engraving, S. J. Priebe Bindery, and Puget Press, Inc..
    • 1958 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Turquoise leatherette cover with white lettering and design depicting a seagull in flight. Produced by S. J. Priebe Bindery, Puget Press, Inc., Smith Company Covers, and Western Engraving and Colortype Company.
    • 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.
    • 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...
    • 1951 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Green and white leatherette cover with embossed green lettering and white palm tree design. Printed by Puget Press of Everett, Washington. Engraving by Dexter Art and Photography Engraving.
    • 1932 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Black velvet cover with brown embossed lettering and emblem depicting a mountain, trees, and clouds. Printed by the Kane and Harcul Company of Everett, Washington.
    • 1936 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Gray softcover with blue lettering and nautical design. Printed by Printer Brown's. Engravings by the Heppenstall Engraving Company of Seattle, Washington.
    • 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.
    • 1946 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Marbled maroon leatherette cover with gold lettering and design featuring an abstract planet with a book. Printed by Puget Press of Everett, Washington. Engraving by Western Engraving and Colortype Co. of Seattle, Washington.
    • 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.
    • 1970 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Blue hardcover with embossed lettering and gold embossed emblem featuring a seagull in flight. Produced by the American Yearbook Company.
    • I. W. W. Prisoner 4829.  J. E. Houlihan.

    • Everett Massacre, Everett, Wash., 1916; Labor Disputes--Washington (State); Labor unions
    • Booked as J. E. Hanlon. age 36, miner, born in Ireland. In court, Auspos claimed Houlihan had a gun. Houlihan denied this claim. See Walker Smith's "The Everett Massacre", pages 107, 170, 218, 220.
    • I. W. W. Prisoner 4828.  Harry Feinburg

    • Everett Massacre, Everett, Wash., 1916; Labor Disputes--Washington (State); Labor unions
    • Harry Feinburg, age 25, cleaner and dyer, born in Illinois. Feinburg was an organizer for the IWW who spoke at Hewitt and Wetmore in Everett, and was beaten and jailed by Sheriff McRae. See Walker Smith, pages 6, 41, 42, 47, 56, 57, 84, 107, 137,...
    • I. W. W. Prisoner 4831.  Harvey Hubler

    • Everett Massacre, Everett, Wash., 1916; Labor Disputes--Washington (State); Labor unions
    • Booked as Harry Hubler, age 21, teamster, born in Illinois. Prosecutors tried to get Hubler to turn state's evidence but failed. See Walker Smith's "The Everett Massacre", pages 107, 137, 138, 215.

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