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PC 73
La Roche
Photographs, ca. 1891

Number of Containers: 1
Number of Items: 37

ARRANGEMENT AND DESCRIPTION

Black and white photographs of Everett and Lowell, Washington, c. 1891

Box Folder Description # of
Items
1 1 View of Lowell/Whaleback "C.W. Wetmore" at dock of Puget Sound Pulp and Paper Company, undated. 2
2 Boarding house, Lowell; Rear view Puget Sound Pulp and Paper from the mill boarding house, undated. 2
3 Railroad bridge across the Snohomish River; Paper mill at Lowell, showing whaleback, "C.W. Wetmore," undated. 2
4 Cottages at Lowell, Third Street, undated. 2
5 Railroad grade though Sines tract, views north and south, undated. 2
6 Views of Chestnut St., north and south 2
7 Views up and down Hewitt Ave., undated. 2
8 View of Pacific Ave.; View of Pine St., undated. 2
9 View of Pacific Ave.; Everett Hotel in course of construction, undated. 2
10 View of Pacific Ave. looking east; Bay View Hotel at Everett, showing Everett Hotel in distance, undated. 2
11 Rear and front view of Puget Sound Wire Nail and Steel Works, undated. 2
12 View of end of Nail Works dock with steamer, "State of Washington" just landing, undated. 1
13 View of Everett town site from Nail Mill Wharf; Swalwell's Landing on Snohomish River, undated. 2
14 Paper mill construction from north and west sides 2
15 Paper Mill in course of construction, showing smoke stack foundation; Warehouse and main structure of paper mill, undated. 2
16 E.D. Smith's Saw Mill at Lowell; View of Everett town site and Seattle and Montana Railroad, looking north, undated. 2
17 Looking north from Swalwell's Landing, showing sheet boom for catching logs; View of Swalwell's Landing or "East Everett," undated. 2
18 Looking south from "Bay View" Hotel on Puget Sound; Paper Mill Boarding House (group portrait), undated. 2
19 Nail Mill Wharf and Warehouse in process of construction, undated; Town of Lowell on the Snohomish River, 1891. 2