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    • Rucker Brother's Mill

    • Rucker Brother's Mill (Lake Stevens, Wash.); Lumber industry--Washington (State)--Lake Stevens; United States--Washington (State)-- Lake Stevens; Panoramic photographs;
    • One of a series of panorama photographs taken by J. A. Juleen for the Rucker Brothers.
    • 1930 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.
    • 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.
    • Harry Tracy

    • Identification photographs; Portraits
    • Mugshot of Harry Tracy. Tracy was an outlaw who killed lawman Charles Raymond (1859-1902) on July 3, 1902. Raymond is interred in the Evergreen Cemetery.
    • Joseph Irving

    • Irving, Joe; Portrait Photographs; Lumber industry--Washington (State)--Everett; Legislators--Washington (State);
    • Joe Irving (1868 - 1953) came to Everett during the city's 1890s boom, and became clerk, then manager of the city's posh Monte Cristo Hotel. He then began a lifetime involvement in logging and had interests in Sultan Railway and Timber, Monroe...
    • Everett, Washington panorama, looking north and northwest  from Rucker Hill.

    • Panoramic photographs; Bays--Washington (State)--Everett; Port Gardner Bay (Everett, Wash); Buildings--Washington (State)--Everett; Dwellings--Washington (State)--Everett.
    • The Rucker Mansion can be seen on the left, and the Coleman House in the center. A four-masted schooner is in view in the Bay. Other sites include Pier 1 and the Oriental Dock, the Great Northern Railroad, and Providence Hospital (originally the...
    • George Wardell interview

    • Wardell, George; Portrait Photographs; Loggers
    • As a young man, George Wardell (1895 -1983) worked in various logging camps in Snohomish County, Washington. In February of 1975, he was interviewed and recorded by David Dilgard and Margaret Riddle. Mr. Wardell's experiences in logging camps and...
    • Roland H. Hartley Portrait

    • Hartley, Roland H.; Governors--Washington (State); Portrait photographs;
    • Roland H. Hartley (1864-1952), Pacific Northwest lumberman, Everett Mayor 1909-1911; Washington State Legislator and Governor of Washington State 1925-1936.
    • Roland H. Hartley Portrait

    • Hartley, Roland H.; Governors--Washington (State); Portrait photographs;
    • Roland H. Hartley (1864-1952), Pacific Northwest lumberman, Everett Mayor 1909-1911; Washington State Legislator and Governor of Washington State 1925-1936.
    • 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...
    • Portrait of Ernest Marsh

    • Marsh, Ernest; Portrait Photographs; Journalists; Labor leaders-- Washington (State)--Everett; Labor unions;
    • Marsh was a mill worker who became an important figure in the local labor movement and was Executive Secretary for the shingle weaver's local at the time of the Massacre. He was also editor of the Everett-based Labor Journal. For further reading,...
    • Jack Leonard Miller

    • Miller, Jack Leonard; Portrait Photographs; Everett Massacre, Everett (Wash.) 1916; Industrial Workers of the World; Activists--Washington (State)--Everett.
    • Jack Leonard Miller was one of the 74 Wobblies arrested following the Massacre and charged with killing deputy Jefferson Beard. An articulate spokesman for the I. W. W., Jack was interviewed many times for film, video, radio and written histories,...
    • Portrait of John E. Campbell

    • Campbell, John E.; Portrait Photographs; Journalists; Legislators--Washington (State); Women's rights;
    • John E. Campbell (1880 - 1924) was Business Manager for the Everett-based Labor Journal from 1906 - 1912. He also served as Washington State representive and senator from 1909 to 1915. His chief causes were labor and women's issues. In 1911...
    • 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.
    • Portrait of William  Curtis Butler

    • Butler, William; Portrait Photographs; Bankers; Capitalists & financiers;
    • William Butler (1866 - 1944) was an imposing and controlling figure in Everett's political and financial world of the early 1900s. Arriving in Everett to help build the smelter for Puget Sound Reductorion Works and the concentrator at Monte...
    • Portrait of R. Jay Olinger

    • Olinger, R. Jay; Portrait Photographs; Labor leaders--Washington (State)--Everett; Socialists;
    • R. Jay Olinger (died 1952) was a powerful figure in Everett's Trade Union movement. A member of the I. B. E. W., Jay was president of the Trades Union at the time of the Everett Massacre. For further reading, see author Norman Clark's book Mill...
    • 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...


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