Guide to the Werner Lenggenhager Photographs 1959-1967
PC 65

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Lenggenhager, Werner.
Title
Werner Lenggenhager Photographs
ID
PC 65
Date [inclusive]
1959-1967
Extent
400.0 items
Language
English
Abstract
The collection consists of photo prints of historical monuments, cities, towns, buildings and other structures in the State of Washington, 1959-1967.

Preferred Citation note

Werner Lenggenhager Photographs, 1959-1967 (PC 65)

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

Werner Lenggenhager was known for his efforts to create a comprehensive photographic record of Seattle's architecture and monuments during the 1950s-1970s. Originally from St. Gall, Switzerland, Lenggenhager moved to Seattle in 1939. Some of his photographs of Swiss scenes were exhibited at the Seattle Art Museum in 1949, after which he began photographing local Seattle architecture and landmarks. Lenggenhager authored Historical Markers and Monuments of the State of Washington, an index in ten volumes that was published between 1967 and 1970. He also collaborated with author Lucille McDonald on The Look of Old Time Washington (1971) and Where the Washingtonians Lived: Interesting Early Homes and the People Who Built and Lived in Them (1969).

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Scope and Contents note

The collection consists of photo prints of historical monuments, cities, towns, buildings and other structures in the State of Washington, 1959-1967.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 2016

http://www.libraries.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open and available for research use.

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Controlled Access Headings

Geographic Name(s)

  • Washington (State) -- Photographs.

Subject(s)

  • Buildings -- Washington (State) -- Photographs.
  • Photographs
  • Washington (State)

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Collection Inventory

Box Folder

Amber (Spokane Co.) Schoolhouse, Dist. 405. 

1 1

Anatone street scene 

1 2

Appleton; Log Hall 

1 3

Ardenvoir (Chelan Co.) Saw Mill 

1 4

Ardenvoir (Chelan Co.) School 

1 5

Asotin County Courthouse 

1 6

Alpowa Creek in Asotin Co. (1967). 

1 7

Indian Timothy Memorial Bridge across Alpowa Creek in 

1 8

Ahtanum (Yakima Co.) marker on St. Joseph Mission, west of town, 1960. 

1 9

Ahtanum (Yakima Co.) St. Joseph Mission Church, 1960. 

1 10

Bodie; Log barns, Okanogan Highlands 

1 11

Brewster; Rosellini election sign 

1 12

Brewster; Old library 

1 13

Brewster; laundromat (old bank) 

1 14

Brewster; Log Church, built in 1926. 

1 15

Brewster; Congregational Church built in 1924. 

1 16

Brewster Flat, Comsat Station 

1 17

Carlton, store 

1 18

Carson (Skamania Co.) hotel St. Martin (Mineral Baths) 

1 19

Rail fence, Napavine intersection, south of Chehalis, 1970. 

1 20

Chelan; Street scene, looking north from Hotel, 1967. 

1 21

Chelan; Hotel 

1 22

Chelan; St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 1967. 

1 23

Chelan; Street clock, 1963. 

1 24

Chelan Falls Bridge, view south 

1 25

Chelan Falls Bridge 

1 26

Chelan; St. Andrews Episcopal Church built in 1899. Staford White, designer. 

1 27

Cheney; EWU Kennedy Library 

1 28

Cheney; EWU Circular Residence Hall 

1 29

Cheney; RR station, grain elevators 

1 30

Chesaw; custom house 

1 31

Chesaw; Abandoned custom house 

1 32

Hee Hee Stone Legend Marker, 6 mi. west of Chesaw 

1 33

Hee Hee Stone Legend Marker, close up and at distance, Okanogan Co., 1965. (2 items) 

1 34

Chewelah (Stevens Co.), McPherson cabin, used as Indian Agency 

1 35

Chewela (Stevens Co.) McPearson cabin reconstructed, 1968. 

1 36

Colfax; Mansion of River Rd., 1970. 

1 37

Colfax, Whitman Co. Library 

1 38

Colfax, Civil War Memorial and Courthouse 

1 39

Colfax; Whitman County Courthouse 

1 40

Colville; Stevens County Courthouse 

1 41

Conconully; Log cabin reproduction 

1 42

Conconully store fronts 

1 43

Davenport (Lincoln Co.) First school house, 1879. 

1 44

Davenport, Lincoln County Court House, 1959. 

1 45

Dayton, House, Washington and 2nd Ave, Metal Widows Walk 

1 46

Dayton, Railroad station 

1 47

Dayton, Columbia County Courthouse 

1 48

Dayton, Railroad Station, 1965. 

1 49

Deerpark, (Spokane Co.) Congregational Church 

1 50

Douglas Post Office/Store/Gas Station on US 2, 1963. 

1 51

One room school house, east of Douglas on U.S. 2, 1963. 

1 52

Dungeness, school house, 1961. 

1 53

Edwal (Lincoln Co.) Paul Kintschi cabin, stage stop on Walla Walla-Colville route, built 1868, 1968. 

1 54

Edwal (Lincoln Co.) Kintschi cabin, built in 1868, 1968. (2 items) 

1 55

Ellensburg, Central Washington College science building pendulum with railing, 1967. 

1 56

Ellensburg, Central Washington College science building pendulum with railing, 1967. 

1 57

Ellensburg, Railroad stations, 1967. 

1 58

Ellensburg, Davidson Building, 1967. 

1 59

Ellensburg, Central Washington college Library, 1966. 

1 60

Ellensburg, Pearl St. Store, 1968. 

1 61

Ellensburg, Building sign, Ross' The Hub, N. Pearl St., 1968. 

1 62

Ellensburg, Kittitas County Courthouse, 1963. 

1 63

Entiat (Chelan Co.), crowd at dedication of "new" Lake Entiat, 13 May, 1961. 

1 64

Entiat (Chelan Co.), street scene prior to demolition 

1 65

Ephrata, Grant County Courthouse. 

1 66

Fairfield R.R. station 

1 67

George, WA, publicity billboard, 1957. 

1 68

Goldendale, Klickitat County Courthouse, 1964. 

1 69

Goldendale, Klickitat County Museum, 1965. 

1 70

Dry Fall, Grand Coulee Marker 

1 71

Crown's Point Viewpoint, Grand Coulee Dam 

1 72

Grand Coulee Dam, Crown's Point View 

1 73

Grand Coulee Dam, Spillway view 

1 74

Grand Coulee Dam, F.D.R. bust 

1 75

Hartline, post office 

1 76

Hartline (Grant Co.) abandoned gas station on U.S. 2, 1967. 

1 77

Havillah Lutheran Church 

1 78

Hooper, R.R. station 

1 79

Inchelium, St. Michaels Mission building, 1963. 

1 80

Inchelium, St. Michaels Church, dedicated in 1940, 1963. 

1 81

Johnson (Whitman Co.) abandoned garage, 1967. 

1 82

Johnson (Whitman Co.) Union Warehouse Co. 

1 83

Keller, St. Rose of Lima Mission, 1964. 

1 84

Kettle Falls, St. Paul's Mission, established in 1847(?), 1961. 

1 85

Klickitat, K.L. and L Steam Logging Locomotive - last?, 1962. 

1 86

Trout Lake (Klickitat Co.) General Store 

1 87

Trout Lake (Klickitat Co.) street view, 1960. 

1 88

Balch Memorial in Lyle Cemetery (Klickitat Co.) 

1 89

Loomis Community Church 

1 90

Mabton ( Yakima Co.) abandoned hop barn 

1 91

Maryhill Museum view (Klickitat Co.) completed 1926. 

1 92

Maryhill Church with Stonehenge in rear 

1 93

Maryhill, Stonehenge replica (Klickitat Co.) 

1 94

Maryhill Ferry, 1957. 

1 95

Maryhill Ferry sign, 1957. 

1 96

Fur trapper cabin, west of Mazama 

1 97

East of McAdams, sod fence 

1 98

Metaline Falls, view of town 

1 99

Methow, log school house, 1965. 

1 100

Methow log cabin, used as school 

1 101

Mineral Lake (Spokane Co.), red brick house 

1 102

Molson, Fontaine cabin of 1898, 1968. 

1 103

Molson, bank. 

1 104

Monroe, R.R. covered bridge over Skykomish River, built in 1932, 1966. 

1 105

Moxee City, house with fence around chimney 

1 106

Moxee City, blacksmith shop 

1 107

Mt. Hope Community Church (Spokane Co.), built c. 1860's, 1963. 

1 108

Mt. Hope Community Church (Spokane Co.), built 1865. 

1 109

Nighthawk, Okanogan Co., abandoned hotel 

1 110

Nighthawk, Okanogan Co., Ruby Mine buildings, beehives 

1 111

Nighthawk Mine, Sinlahekin Valley 

1 112

Nespelem, Indian Encampment 

1 113

Nespelem, Skolaskin Church and marker 

1 114

Nespelem Sawmill 

1 115

Nespelem Cemetery, Chief Joseph Grave marker, Colville Reservation 

1 116

Chief Moses Grange Marker, 2.5 miles south of Nespelem 

1 117

Newport, Main St. and big wheel 

1 118

Newport; Pend Oreille County Court House, 1958. 

1 119

Newport, R.R. station 

1 120

Newport, City Hall, 1958. 

1 121

New Toroda, Ferry County, Cemetery Marker of Ranald McDonald (1824 - 1894.) 

1 122

Oaksdale, Burlington Northern R.R. Station, 1969. 

1 123

Oaksdale, N.P. Train ("Bug") at station 

1 124

Mary Anne Creek, Okanogan Highlands 

1 125

Okanogan County Courthouse 

1 126

Olympia, Governor's Mansion, 1968. 

1 127

William Owen Bush house, built in 1878, near Olympia, 1968. 

1 128

Omak, St. Mary's Mission, children and clergy 

1 129

Omak, St. Mary's Mission, general view 

1 130

Omak, St. Mary's Mission, cemetery view 

1 131

Omak, St. Mary's Mission Cemetery, Antoine marker 

1 132

Omak, St. Mary's Mission Cemetery, general view 

1 133

Omak, St. Mary's Mission Cemetery, Handwrought marker 

1 134

Omak, St. Mary's Mission, statue of Father de Rouge, founder of Mission, 1886. 

1 135

Omak, St. Mary's Mission, Church interior 

1 136

Omak, St. Mary's Mission students 

1 137

Omak, St. Mary's Mission, dancing In Indian dress 

1 138

Omak, St. Mary's Mission Marker 

1 139

Omak, St. Mary's Mission, marker dedicated on 10 May, 1970. 

1 140

St. Mary's Mission Church, 3 miles from Omak 

1 141

Omak Sawmill, Biles Coleman Lumber Co. 

1 142

Oroville, abandoned fruit drying shed 

1 143

Oroville, custom house 

1 144

Oroville, apple trees planted 1857. 

1 145

Oroville, pear trees, planed 1857. 

1 146

Oroville, row of old stores 

1 147

Palouse, Shields Block, 1891, on Main St., 1969. 

1 148

Palouse, street scene 

1 149

Palouse, Main St., 1969. 

1 150

Pasco, Franklin County Courthouse, 1958. 

1 151

Pateros, New Bank Building 

1 152

Pateros, Methodist Church 

1 153

Pateros, street scene 

1 154

Patterson (Benton Co.), abandoned boarding house 

1 155

Pe Ell, covered bridge over Chehalis River, side view 

1 156

Pe Ell, covered bridge over Chehalis River, front view, 1966. 

1 157

Pe Ell, Polish National Church, 1963. 

1 158

Peola, Church (Asotin Co.) 

1 159

Peola, log barn, negative included (2 items) 

2 160

Pomeroy, Garfield County Courthouse, 1959. 

2 161

Prosser, Benton County Courthouse, 1958. 

2 162

Prosser, Carnegie Library 

2 163

Pullman, Great Northern R.R. Station, 1968. 

2 164

Pullman, N.P. station 

2 165

Pullman, Bryan Hall, WSU 

2 166

Pullman, Holland Library 

2 167

Pullman, WWI Memorial 

2 168

Quincy, Friend's Church 

2 169

Ralston (Adams Co.), Post Office, store, gas station with horse trough, 1963. 

2 170

Ralston (Adams Co.), abandoned brick school, 1963. 

2 171

Republic, Ferry County Courthouse 

2 172

Republic, Main St. 

2 173

Republic, Catholic Church 

2 174

Richland, Federal Building 

2 175

Richland, Fountain in Civic Center, 1965. 

2 176

Ritzville, Adams County Courthouse, entrance detail 

2 177

Ritzville, Adams County Courthouse 

2 178

Ritzville, Congregational Church 

2 179

Ritzville, Carnegie Library 

2 180

Ritzville, Main St., looking east 

2 181

Ritzville, Dr. Frank L. Burrough house 

2 182

Roosevelt, Petroglyph Park 

2 183

Roosevelt, Petroglyph stone 

2 184

Roosevelt, Petroglyph stone 

2 185

Rosalia, Battlefield Monument, 1963. 

2 186

Rosalia, Home with "widow walk," 1964. 

2 187

Rosalia, Catholic Church 

2 188

Rosalia, view of Steptoe Battlefield, 17 May 1858. 

2 189

Rosalia, house with widows walk 

2 190

Roslyn, City Hall and Library Building, 1969. 

2 191

Seattle, Jefferson Park Ladies Club, built in 1886, 1968. 

2 192

Seattle, 3rd Ave and Pike St., 1968. 

2 193

Seattle, Dedication of plaque at Pier 57, 58, May 22, 1968. 

2 194

Seattle, freeway construction downtown, c . 1965 - 1966. 

2 195

Seattle, concrete laying machine, freeway, 1966. 

2 196

Seattle, U of W, Faculty Club 

2 197

Seattle, U of W, Haggett Hall Dorm, 1966. 

2 198

Seattle, U of W, McMahon Hall Dorm, 1966. 

2 199

Seattle, Public Library, Lake City Branch, gate 

2 200

Seattle, Public Library, 1965. 

2 201

Seattle, Washelli Cemetery, chimes tower marker, 1971. 

2 202

Seattle, Washelli Cemetery, marker at base of chimes tower, 1971. 

2 203

Seattle, Washelli Cemetery, Hiram R. Gale marker, last GAR in WA 

2 204

Seattle, Washelli Cemetery, gun from spar deck of the USS Constitution 

2 205

Seattle, Washelli Cemetery, marker guns from "Old Ironsides" 

2 206

Seattle, Washelli Cemetery, chimes tower, grave makers, 1971. 

2 207

Seattle, Washelli Cemetery, marker, medal of honor (old), 1971. 

2 208

Seattle, Washelli Cemetery, marker, Medal of Honor (new), 1971. 

2 209

Skamania, general store 

2 210

Skykomish, street scene, 1965. 

2 211

Snoqualmie, R.R. station 

2 212

Spokane, Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral at 1115 W. Riverside, opened in 1908. 

2 213

Spokane, Gonzaga College, building sign 

2 214

Spokane, Gonzaga Crosby Library, 1958. 

2 215

Spokane, Whitworth College Bell Tower, 1958. 

2 216

Spokane, Lincoln Statue at Main and Riverside, 1966. 

2 217

Spokane, Spokane County Courthouse, 1958. 

2 218

Spokane, Wortman Memorial Sundial in Manito Park, 1965. 

2 219

Spokane, Club and Monaghan Monument on Riverside, 1958. 

2 220

Spokane, Howard St. and Plaza, 100 Block, 1967. 

2 221

Spokane, Bridge inscription re Indians, 1965. 

2 222

Spokane, bridge inscription re Gateway, 1965. 

2 223

Spokane, Duncan Garden, 1960's. 

2 224

Spokane, Union Station on Central St., 1960's. 

2 225

Spokane, Great Northern Station, 1960's. 

2 226

Spokane, Riverside State Park, pedestrian suspension bridge 

2 227

Spokane, George Washington Memorial, Manito Park 

2 228

Spokane, Cheney Cowles Museum, W. 2316 1st. Ave., 1965. 

2 229

Spokane, Campbell House Museum, W. 2316 1st. Ave., 1963. 

2 230

Spokane, War Memorial at Coliseum, dedicated 30 May 1966, 1966. 

2 231

Spokane, Carnegie Public Library at 18 S. Cedar St., 1960. 

2 232

Spokane, Review Building at Riverside and Monroe, 1965. 

2 233

Spokane, Monaghan Monument at Riverside and Monroe, death scene, 1965. 

2 234

Spokane, Monaghan Monument at Riverside and Monroe, 1960's. 

2 235

St. Michael Mission, NE of Spokane, 1963. 

2 236

Spokane, parking ramp entrance at Main and Howard, 1967. 

2 237

Sprague, barber pole 

2 238

Sprague, barber pole 

2 239

Sprague, Catholic Church 

2 240

Sprague, Bull Durham Building sign, 1968. 

2 241

Sprague, general street scene 

2 242

Stehekin, log school 

2 243

Steptoe, round barn, negative included (2 items) 

2 244

Steptoe, school house 

2 245

Steptoe, Butte marker 

2 246

Stevenson, Hudson Bay Co. marker 

2 247

Stevenson, abandoned store 

2 248

Stevenson, Skamania County Courthouse 

2 249

Thornton, (Whitman Co.), Post Office 

2 250

Toroda, Ghost town, Okanogan Highlands 

2 251

Underwood, (Skamania Co.), #1 of flume of Broughton Lumber Co., 1966. 

2 252

Underwood, (Skamania Co.), #2 of flume of Broughton Lumber Co., leaving Willard Mill, 1966. 

2 253

Underwood, (Skamania Co.), #3 of flume of Broughton Lumber Co., 1966. 

2 254

Underwood, (Skamania Co.), #4 of flume of Broughton Lumber Co., receiving mill at Underwood, 1966. 

2 255

Uniontown, abandoned stores 

2 256

Uniontown, St. Boniface Church, 1905. 

2 257

Usk, Kalispell Indian Reservation Church, 2 miles from Usk 

2 258

Usk, Grotto of Manresa, Kalispell Indian Reservation, 1968. 

2 259

Usk, Usk bridge on the Pend Oreille River 

2 260

Vantage, bridge (new), photo taken 1967. 

2 261

Vantage, town and bridge, 1959. 

2 262

Waitsburg (Walla Walla Co.), house 

2 263

Waitsburg (Walla Walla Co.), house, corner turret 

2 264

Waitsburg (Walla Walla Co.), First Christian Church, built 1905. 

2 265

Waitsburg (Walla Walla Co.), Bruce residence, 1961, before restoration. 

2 266

Waitsburg (Walla Walla Co.), flour mill, built 1865. 

2 267

Waitsburg (Walla Wall Co.), Victorian house 

2 268

Wallula, Wallula Bridge (Walla Walla Co.) 

2 269

Waterville, Douglas County Courthouse 

2 270

Waterville, (Douglas County), hotel 

2 271

Waterville (Douglas Co.), barn with sign/ad on U.S. 2 

2 272

Walla Walla, Whitman College, sun dial 

2 273

Walla Walla, Whitman college, Memorial Building Tower 

2 274

Walla Walla County Courthouse, C. Columbus Monument 

2 275

St. Rose Mission Cemetery, 7 miles west of Walla Walla, 1961. 

2 276

Walla Walla, Mullan Road maker, Penitentiary Gate 

2 277

Walla Walla, Penitentiary Administration building, built 1904. 

2 278

Walla Walla, Veteran Hospital Chapel 

2 279

Walla Walla, Veteran Hospital Building 

2 280

Walla Walla, Veterans Hospital, red brick building (oldest) 

2 281

Walla Walla, Green Park School 

2 282

Walla Walla, Victorian residence (526 W. Alder St.) 

2 283

Walla Walla, Marcus Whitman Hotel 

2 284

Walla Walla, Ransom Clark Cabin 

2 285

Walla Wall, Holmes Building 

2 286

Walla Walla, Hotel Rees 

2 287

Walla Walla, Oriel windows 

2 288

Walla Walla, Carnegie Public Library 

2 289

Walla Walla, Spanish American War Memorial 

2 290

College Place, Walla Walla College Church 

2 291

Walla Walla, barber shop pole 

2 292

Walla Walla, Whitman college Penrose Library 

2 293

Walla Walla County Courthouse 

2 294

Wawawai, Mrs. (June) Byron B. Critfield, wheel of last cable ferry, 1967. 

2 295

Wenatchee Museum, Totem Pole, 1961. 

2 296

Wenatchee, North Central Regional Library, 1961. 

2 297

Wenatchee, Pangborn Airport Terminal mural by Walter Graham. 

2 298

Wenatchee, Pangborn Airport Terminal. 

2 299

Wenatchee, Chelan County Courthouse 

2 300

Wenatchee, lob cabin trading post and post office, built in 1872. 

2 301

Wenatchee, Columbia River Bridge, north view 

2 302

Wenatchee, Columbia River Bridge, 1961. 

2 303

Whitman Mission Visitors Center, 1964. 

3 304

Whitman Mission Grave Marker, 1957. 

3 305

Whitman Mission Grave Marker and Monument, 1957. 

3 306

Whitman Mission Diorama, 1964. 

3 307

Wilson Creek, United Presbyterian Church 

3 308

Winthrop, Hayloader 

3 309

Winthrop, school (burned 1961). 

3 310

Winthrop, Assay Office. 

3 311

Winthrop, Duck Brand Saloon 

3 312

Winthrop, Shafer Museum. 

3 313

Winthrop, view from Museum. 

3 314

Yakima, Chinook Hotel (first aluminum-faced building in the U.S.) and J.C. Penney 

3 315

Yakima County Courthouse 

3 316

Yakima, Union Gospel Mission at 13 S. Front St., former Puget Sound Brewery. 

3 317

Yakima, Hotel Washington on E. Yakima and N. 1st. St. 

3 318

Longmire Naches Pass party marker in Wenas Valley, 10 miles west of Zillah, 1967. 

3 319

Columbia River Bridge between Pasco and Kennewick, 1954. 

3 320

Columbia River, Orondo Ferry, 1957. 

3 321

Columbia River, Vernita Ferry, 1959. 

3 322

Columbia River, Roosevelt Ferry, 1962. 

3 323

Columbia River, Bridge of the Gods (Skamania Co.) 

3 324

Columbia River, Priest Rapids Dam 

3 325

Pend Oreille River, Box Canyon Dam 

3 326

Pend Oreille River, Ione Bridge 

3 327

Pend Oreille River, Ruby Ferry 

3 328

Lake Roosevelt, Keller Ferry, 1964. 

3 329

Lake Roosevelt, Gifford Ferry, 1963. 

3 330

Lake Roosevelt, farm scene, 2 miles from Fort Spokane, 1966. 

3 331

Snake River Canyon, stone house 

3 332

Snake River Canyon, U.P. Viaduct, Lyons Ferry 

3 333

Snake River, Lyons Ferry, 1965. 

3 334

Snake River, Lyons Ferry, 1965. 

3 335

Bonneville Dam 

3 336

Chief Joseph Dam, general view 

3 337

Wanapum Dam Power House 

3 338

Sunnyside Dam, Indians fishing 

3 339

Rock Island Dam, general view 

3 340

Rocky Reach Dam, Visitor Center 

3 341

Abraham Lincoln profile, on U.S. 97, north of Rocky Reach Dam 

3 342

Rocky Reach Dam, Spillway 

3 343

Fort Casey, Whidbey Island, dedication day crowd 

3 344

Fort Casey, Whidbey Island, disappearing gun 

3 345

Fort Okanogan Museum 

3 346

Fort Simcoe, Commandants House (Louis Scholl, architect) 

3 347

Fort Simcoe, Blockhouse 

3 348

Fort Spokane, Visitor Center, former Guardhouse (built in 1892), 1966. 

3 349

Fort Spokane, stables, built in 1884, 1966. 

3 350

Fort Vancouver, Visitor Center 

3 351

Fort Vancouver, Diorama in Visitor Center 

3 352

Fort Vancouver, Commandant's House 

3 353

Fort Vancouver, Grant House, built in 1849. 

3 354

Fort Vancouver, Hudson's' Bay Co. site well 

3 355

Fort Wright Air Force Base, entrance, 1959. 

3 356

Benton Co., Plymouth Water tower and R.R. track. 

3 357

Chelan Co., Cashmere Mission Park 

3 358

Chelan Co., Cashmere Mission Park, log store reproduction 

3 359

Franklin Co., H&U Ranch sign on barn, ram's head, 1970. 

3 360

Franklin Co., Rock Cribb fencing on Highway 261 on H&U Ranch, "Buckhorn?" 

3 361

Franklin Co., Sheep fence, double row with sheep dung between H&U Ranch on Highway 261, 1970. 

3 362

Franklin Co., H&U Sheep Ranch, building, fences, ect., on Highway 261, 1970. 

3 363

Franklin Co., Sheep fence with wire netting and barb wire, 1970. 

3 364

Okanogan Co., Pipestone Canyon 

3 365

Pend Oreille Co., split rail fence 

3 366

Spokane Co., Rock Crib Fencing, Turnbull Wildlife Refuge, 1970. 

3 367

Stevens Co., Tashima Kain Mission marker, 1965. 

3 368

Skamania Co., Windriver Valley Church 

3 369

Thurston Co., Horse and rider fence, Millersylvania State Park, 1970. 

3 370

Wahkiakum Co., Gray's River Covered Bridge, 1966. 

3 371

Whitman Co., Covered Bridge, Great Northern R.R. 

3 372

Ginkgo Petrified Forest Marker 

3 373

Ginkgo Museum 

3 374

Mt. Gilbert, log cabin, (Charles Schmidt of Twisp) 

3 375

Central Ferry Bridge 

3 376

S.S. Beaver replica on Elliot Bay 

3 377

Concrete pavement saw, 1968. 

3 378

Envelope from Werner Lenggenhager containing black and white photographs of various scenes and people in Spokane, Colfax, Curry, Omak, the Columbia River, and Bonneville Lake. (22 items) 

3 379