SC 12

MASC Historic Vertical File

Collection, 1768-1976

Acquisition And Processing Information

This collection, the remainder of an obsolete departmental vertical file in Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections at the Washington State University Libraries, was processed in 2011.

Extent/Quantity Information

Number of containers: 11

Linear feet of shelf space: 7

Collection Description

This collection consists of miscellaneous printed ephemera, mimeographed typescripts, and other items on a wide variety of subjects from the "vertical file" in Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections. This file was gradually dismantled and the contents were transferred to other MASC collections to enhance access, a project that lasted from approximately 2000 to 2011. Most of the transferred materials were moved to the MASC rare book collection or were converted into manuscript collections. The 313 files listed below represent the remainder of the vertical file.

Most of the descriptions provided in the listing below were transcribed from existing catalog cards, so some descriptive details, especially subject terms, are incomplete, outdated or obsolete.

Collection Arrangement

This collection is arranged in numerical order by the original vertical file (VF) number.

Separated Material

Most items from the original vertical file have been removed and cataloged separately.


This collection is open and available for research use. Copyright restrictions may apply.

Location Note (Masc Staff Use)



Nearly all of the materials in this collection are in English, with a few items in German.

Folder List

VF 1

Author: Providence Gold Mining and Milling Co.

Title/description: Leaflet of Providence Gold Mining and Milling Co., circa 1901.

Subjects/keywords: Gold mines and mining -- Idaho.

VF 8

Author: Baker's (firm).

Title/description: Broadside advertising first anniversary sale, Baker's, Oakesdale, WA, 1928 March 1.

Subjects/keywords: Advertising; Stores, retail -- Oakesdale, WA.

Notes: Paul T. Bockmier, donor.

VF 9

Author: Agricultural Convention Week.

Title/description: Official program of the second annual Washington State Beekeepers' Association meeting, the sixth annual Inland Registered Stock Breeders' Association meeting, and the second annual Wheat Convention of the Wheat Producers', Shippers' and Millers' Association of Washington at Washington State College, Pullman, 1907 January 7-11. Printed pamphlet, 16 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Congresses and conventions; Inland Registered Stock Breeders' Association; Washington State University -- Congresses and conventions; Wheat Producers', Shippers' and Millers' Association of Washington.

VF 10 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: Agricultural organizations pledge support to the State College. Poster reproducing resolutions from several agricultural organizations, 1943. 1 sheet. 2 copies.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Washington (State); Washington State University.

VF 99

Author: Puget Sound Power and Light Company. Agricultural Engineering Department.

Title/description: Electric heat for starting and growing plants. Circa 1930s. Pamphlet, 12 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Plant propagation; Horticulture.

VF 184

Author: William E. Borah Foundation for the Outlawry of War.

Title/description: Conference program, The Causes of war and the conditions of peace, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, 1950 April 17-19.

Subjects/keywords: Peace movements -- Congresses; Pacifism -- Congresses.

VF 253

Author: Northern Pacific Railroad Company.

Title/description: Freight Tariff, number 172, 1887 November 15.

Subjects/keywords: Railroads -- Rates.

VF 271 [location note: boxed oversize]

Author: Century 21 Exposition.

Title/description: Countdown, volume 1, number 2, Summer 1960. Seattle, WA. Large-format newsletter for the Seattle World's Fair, 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Century 21 Exposition (1962: Seattle, WA) -- Periodicals.

VF 291 [location note: boxed oversize]

Author: Glover and Gilliam.

Title/description: Poster for stage coach line, Spokane Falls to Chewelah, Colville, Marcus, Little Dalles, and the Steamer Kootenai. 1884. 1 sheet. 33.5 x 26 cm.

Subjects/keywords: Coaching -- Spokane Falls (Wash.).

Notes: Albert Kulzer, donor, 1945.

VF 293

Author: Women's American Baptist Foreign Mission Society. Columbia River District.

Title/description: Program, Ninth annual meeting, Grace Baptist Church, Spokane, WA, 1923 May 3-4. Leaflet, 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Baptists -- Missions; Women -- Societies and clubs.

VF 300

Author: Northern Baptist Convention. Board of Education.

Title/description: The Student counselor on the job, a manual for student counselors, including the annual report of the student counselor committee. New York, 1944. Pamphlet, 53 pages, plus related printed items.

Subjects/keywords: Church work with young adults.

Notes: Purchased, 1947 (Lockley).

VF 326

Author: Interstate Utilities Company.

Title/description: Partners. Spokane, WA, 1925. Pamphlet, 16 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Telephone -- Idaho.

VF 334

Author: Fry, Richard B.

Title/description: Campus close-up: Washington State University, Pullman, Washington. Article from Coach and Athlete magazine, 1962 August. Clipping, 8 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Washington State University -- Sports.

VF 348

Author: Jackson, Leonora.

Title/description: Program for performance by violinist Leonora Jackson at the Colfax Opera House, Colfax, WA, 1902 March 24. Pamphlet, 12 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Music performance.

VF 367

Author: Astoria and Columbia River Railroad Company.

Title/description: Excursion to the mouth of the Columbia River, National Editorial Association, 1899 July 8. Souvenir brochure, 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Columbia River -- Description -- Views.

Notes: Charles Campbell, donor.

VF 376

Author: Spangle (WA) Public Schools.

Title/description: Commencement program, 1903. Pamphlet, 8 pages, plus accompanying notes by Carl Edward Sandstedt.

Subjects/keywords: Education, Elementary -- Spangle (Wash.).

Notes: C. E. Sandstedt, donor.

VF 454

Author: Democratic National Convention.

Title/description: Admission card to the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 1896 July 7.

Subjects/keywords: Political conventions.

Notes: Lawrence H. Brown, donor, 1936.

VF 461

Author: Pomona Grange, Spokane County, WA.

Title/description: Resolutions by Pomona Grange of Spokane County, January 13, 1917, in support of Washington State College, 1917 January 13. 1 page.

Subjects/keywords: Washington State University -- History -- Sources.

VF 526

Author: Social Democratic Party (West Germany).

Title/description: Election bills of Social Democratic Party and Christian Social Union, West Germany, 1946. 21 items.

Subjects/keywords: Elections -- Germany (West). Language note: Items are in German.

Notes: William M. Landeen, donor, 1946.

VF 531

Author: Methodist Episcopal Church. Spokane City Union.

Title/description: Spokane City Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Pamphlet with history and by-laws, circa 1909. 11 pages.

VF 533

Author: Southeastern Washington Fair.

Title/description: Souvenir program, Walla Walla, Washington, 1955 September 2-5. 48 pages. Contains Howard Burgess's "I Love That Land" and "Fertile Soils...Our Foundation."

Subjects/keywords: Agricultural exhibitions; Burgess, Howard; Washington -- Southeastern Washington Fair; Walla Walla County -- Agriculture.

Notes: Edwin H. Burgess, donor.

VF 536

Author: Tribble, C.

Title/description: Profile, L.J. "Jack" Richardson, by C. Tribble. Chelan County Public Utility District, Utility scene, 1970 December. 12 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Chelan County Public Utility District.

Notes: Chelan County P.U.D., donor.

VF 543

Title/description: Farragut College and Technical Institute pamphlets and yearbook (The Stag), 1946-1950. 4 items.

Notes: Harry M. Chambers, donor (yearbook).

VF 544

Author: Fassett, Charles M.

Title/description: President's annual address delivered at the opening of the Fourth annual conference of the League of Pacific Northwest Municipalities, held in Spokane, WA, 1915 September 28-30. Pamphlet, 6 pages.

VF 566

Title/description: Newspaper clippings about Chinook jargon, mostly columns by "El Comancho." Undated. 17 items.

Subjects/keywords: Chinook jargon.

Notes: Edwin H. Burgess, donor.

VF 574

Title/description: Program for Fort Nisqually Monument unveiling ceremony, 1928 June 9.

Subjects/keywords: Fort Nisqually; Historical markers.

VF 576

Title/description: Program for Fort Vancouver National Historic Site dedication program, 1962 March 18, with annotations by Charles A. Gauld.

Subjects/keywords: Historical markers.

Notes: Charles A. Gauld, donor.

VF 579

Title/description: The Mt. Adams story, celebrating 100 years of progress, June 6-8, 1952, written, produced, and directed by the people of the Mt. Adams area. A centennial drama. Pamphlet, 8 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Klickitat County (Wash.) -- History.

Notes: Arthur Martinson, donor.

VF 589

Author: Hoerling, C. G.

Title/description: History of the Washington State Funeral Directors' Association, 1901-1951. Fiftieth anniversary pamphlet. 23 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Undertakers and undertaking.

Notes: W. R. Goodrich, donor.

VF 639

Author: Chamber of Commerce, Ellensburg, Washington.

Title/description: Tourist brochures for Ginkgo Petrified Forest, circa 1930s. 3 items.

Subjects/keywords: Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park (Wash.)

VF 642

Author: Coffman, N.B.

Title/description: Go ahead, address of N.B. Coffman, President, Lewis County Reconstruction Congress, at Washington State Reconstruction Congress, Tacoma, 1919 January 9. 1 sheet (printed).

Subjects/keywords: Reconstruction (1914-1939) -- Washington (State).

VF 679

Author: Doland-Gersdorf Company.

Title/description: Grocery list, 1914 April-May, with advertising and price information for the Doland-Gersdorf Company, a Spokane, WA, grocer. Pamphlet, 16 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Grocery trade.

Notes: Binna Dummeier, donor. Condition note: this item is extremely fragile.

VF 760

Author: Hood River Music Association.

Title/description: Hood River Music Festival program, 1951 August 3-5, Hood River, Oregon. Includes program for the opera "Bridge of the Gods." Pamphlet, 36 pages.

VF 768

Title/description: Catalog for dispersion sale of registered Shire horses. The herd owned by J. O. Cooper, Pullman, Wash., and consignment from Charles Stirewalt, Pullman, Wn. at the Washington State College, Pullman, Wash. 1920 February 28. Pamphlet, 40 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Shire horses.

Notes: Mrs. L. R. Rucker, donor.

VF 805

Author: National Archives and Records Service.

Title/description: Brochure for the Harry S. Truman Library, circa 1960. Includes Truman's autograph, dated 1961 October 7.

VF 842

Author: Washington State Theatre.

Title/description: Programs for performances of the Washington State Theatre, circa 1936-1938. 6 items.

Subjects/keywords: Washington State Theatre; Theater programs; Theater -- Washington (State).

VF 859

Author: Kleinz, John P.

Title/description: A short history of St. Boniface Parish, Uniontown, Washington, 1960. Pamphlet, 68 pages. Also a program for the golden anniversary celebration, 1960 June 9.

Notes: W. O. Druffel, donor.

VF 883

Author: Lane, Amos, 1778-1849.

Title/description: Letter, 1836 February 5, Washington City, to William Whitmore, Vevay, Indiana. Campaign letter urging defeat of William Henry Harrison. 3 pages (printed).

Subjects/keywords: Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841; Whitmore, William; United States -- Politics and government.

VF 906

Title/description: Lewis and Clark sesquicentennial anniversary commemoration. Richard L. Neuberger speech before the U. S. Senate, 1955 July 12 (printed), and promotional flyer for the Lewis and Clark Trail Expedition of 1962 (mimeographed). 2 items.

VF 916

Author: Washington State University Library.

Title/description: Doing research on Native Americans, part 1 of a bibliography for the Native American Studies Program at Washington State University, 1971 February. Mimeographed typescript, 17 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Indians -- Bibliography.

VF 918

Author: Lister, Ernest, 1870-1918.

Title/description: Administrative legislation, an address before the twenty-fifth annual convention of the Washington State Bar Association, August 7-8, 1913, by Governor Ernest Lister. 4 pages (printed).

VF 939

Author: Lyons Ferry Centennial Committee.

Title/description: Program for 100th Anniversary of Lyons Ferry Commemoration, 1960 June 5. 2 copies.

Subjects/keywords: Ferries; Lyons Ferry (Wash.).

Notes: Herman J. Deutsch, donor.

VF 959 [location note: boxed oversize]

Author: McKee, Ruth Karr, b. 1874.

Title/description: Collection of mounted newspaper columns, "In the Columbia Basin A Century Ago" by Ruth Karr McKee, published in the Grand Coulee (Wash.) Star, 1941 October 31-1942 February 27. 13 items.

Subjects/keywords: Walker, Elkanah, 1805-1877; Walker, Mary Richardson, 1811-1897; Tshimakain Mission.

VF 965

Title/description: Bound volume of class exercises for Farm Management I-V at Washington State College, 1916 (typescript).

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture; Farm management -- Study and teaching; Washington State University -- History -- Sources.

VF 985

Title/description: Maryhill Museum of Fine Arts tourist brochures, circa 1950s. 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: Maryhill Stonehenge; Maryhill Museum of Fine Arts; Museums; War memorials; Maryhill Ferry.

VF 987

Author: Freemasons. Seattle, Wash., Research Lodge No. 281.

Title/description: Publications (pamphlets), circa 1938. 4 items.

Subjects/keywords: Freemasons -- Addresses, essays, lectures.

Notes: Earl Cox, donor, 1939.

VF 998

Author: U. S. Mint Service.

Title/description: Description of presidential medals and price list of bronze medals (reproduced typescript), circa 1962. 9 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Medals -- Catalogs.

VF 1036

Author: Montabe, Marie.

Title/description: Gift of the waters (historical Indian pageant) presented annually the first Sunday in August at the world's largest hot mineral spring in Hot Springs State Park, Thermopolis, Wyoming, circa 1930s. Pamphlet, 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Big Horn Hot Springs; Washakie, Shoshone Chief.

VF 1038

Title/description: Student assignment book published for Austin M. Burton by The Hallcrafters at their shop which is located on Maiden Lane in Pullman, Washington, 1938. Pamphlet containing advertising for merchants in Pullman, WA, and Moscow, ID, with blank forms for students to record assignment information. 10 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Advertising -- Specimens -- Pullman (Wash.).

VF 1083

Author: National Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associations. Washington State Branch.

Title/description: Parent-teacher associations: how to organize them, uniform constitutions, aims and purposes, program outlines. 1920. Bound pamphlet, 19 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Parent-teacher associations.

VF 1090

Author: Braunberger, Barry.

Title/description: Navigation on lake and river. Undated. Mimeographed typescript, 10 leaves. Written by Barry Braunberger while a student at Montana State College, Bozeman.

Subjects/keywords: Flathead River -- Shipping; Inland water transportation; Montana -- Inland water transportation.

Notes: Thain White, donor.

VF 1092

Author: Quitslund, Ford A.

Title/description: Marketing northwest apples in three cities. Washington, D.C., Farm Credit Administration, Cooperative Research and Service Division, 1940 April. (Research, service and educational series, special report no. 61.) Mimeographed typescript, 36 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Apples -- Marketing.

VF 1093

Title/description: The effect of hormone sprays on canning quality of Bartlett pears: Investigations conducted by the Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, Departments of Food Industries, Horticulture, and Hood River Branch Experiment Station and the Washington Agricultural Experiment Station, Tree Fruit Branch Experiment Station and Department of Horticulture through the Agricultural Research Foundation by Thomas Onsdorff, Henry Hartman, Leroy Childs, Ernest H. Wiegand, Fred L. Overly, C.L. Bedford. Revised, 1945 June 1. Bound mimeographed typescript, 19 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Pears -- Preservation; Plants, effects of chemicals on.

VF 1094

Author: Jarvis, C.D.

Title/description: The organization and administration of the agricultural college with special reference to the extension service. U.S. Bureau of Education, 1916 December 1. Bound mimeographed typescript, 38 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Agricultural extension work.

VF 1097

Author: Kennan, Chester T.

Title/description: The gold situation, key-note address at the New Gold Standard Convention, Spokane, Washington, May 19-22, 1920. Pamphlet, 6 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Currency question; Gold standard.

VF 1102

Author: Spalding Mission, Lapwai, ID.

Title/description: Wilupupki. Lapwai, ID, 1842. "Nez Perce laws, Dec., 1842." Photocopy, 8 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Nez Perce Indians.

Notes: Clifford Drury, donor. Smith 9719.

VF 1117

Title/description: 'Tween acts, volume 1, number 1, 1902 February 8. Program of the 6th annual W.A.C. athletic entertainment.

Subjects/keywords: Washington State University -- Athletics.

VF 1119

Author: Northwest Conference on the Teaching of the Arts and Sciences.

Title/description: Agenda, final draft, 1944 October. Bound mimeographed typescript, 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Education, higher -- Northwest, Pacific.

VF 1128 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: The Oakesdale Tribune. Volume 25, number 28, 1924 October 3. Oakesdale, Washington. 1 issue, printed on silk.

Subjects/keywords: Oakesdale (Wash.) -- Newspapers.

VF 1133

Author: The Wesley Foundation at Washington State University.

Title/description: Papers, 1928-1948. 5 items. Brochures, newsletters and annual reports of the Wesley Foundation.

Subjects/keywords: Washington State University -- Students -- Religious life.

VF 1138

Author: Westminster Foundation at Washington State University.

Title/description: A personal message to you from Westminster Foundation, the Presbyterian Student Center at Washington State College, circa 1949. Pamphlet, 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Washington State University -- Students -- Religious life.

VF 1140

Author: The Newman Center at Washington State University.

Title/description: The Newman center, a project for the Catholic students at the State College of Washington. Undated. Brochure, 2 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Washington State University -- Students -- Religious life.

VF 1141

Title/description: The bust. A Uvam Publication, 1971. Pamphlet, 16 pages.

Subjects/keywords: College verse -- Washington State University; Narcotics, control of.

VF 1144

Author: Brinton, J.W.

Title/description: Townsend Plan voter's guide. Payson Peterson, candidate for Congress, second district of Washington on the Republican ticket. Old Age Revolving Pensions, Ltd., 1936. Bound pamphlet, 63 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Campaign literature, 1936 -- Republican -- Washington (State); Peterson, Payson; Townsend Plan.

VF 1158

Author: Garfield High School (WA)

Title/description: Program for graduating exercises, class of 1901. 2 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Education, Secondary -- Garfield (Wash.)

Notes: Mrs. C.B. Kenedy, donor, 1941.

VF 1163

Author: Oregon Pioneer Association.

Title/description: Oregon Pioneer Association reunion programs: 45th, 1916 and 49th, 1921; also a souvenir ribbon, 1921.

Subjects/keywords: Pioneers -- Oregon.

VF 1166

Author: Beaver Creek Camp Association.

Title/description: Beaver Creek Camp Association, W.S.C. staff and faculty recreation area, circa 1948. Pamphlet, 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Compton, Wilson Martindale, 1890-1967; Priest Lake, Idaho; Real estate business.

VF 1175

Title/description: Journey into the past (collection of newspaper clippings from the Othello Outlook about the history of Othello), 1960. Approximately 20 items.

Subjects/keywords: Othello (Wash.) -- History.

Notes: Xerpha M. Gaines, donor, 1960.

VF 1184

Author: Pacific Northwest History Conference.

Title/description: Minutes, programs, and proceedings, 1950-1971. 7 items.

Subjects/keywords: Pacific Northwest -- History -- Societies, etc.

VF 1190

Author: Sharp, James P.

Title/description: Eutaw you talk Utah, by Rusty MacHinery. Illustrated by L.G. Sharp. Salt Lake City, 1950. Pamphlet, 33 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Utah -- History.

VF 1197

Author: Palouse High School (WA).

Title/description: Palouse High School commencement programs, 1895 and 1899. 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: Education, secondary -- Palouse (Wash.)

Notes: Henry E. Harris, donor, 1899 program.

VF 1198 [location note: boxed oversize]

Author: Palouse. Board of Trustees.

Title/description: Water bond, Palouse City, Washington Territory, 1888. 1 item (blank with coupons).

Subjects/keywords: Bonds -- Palouse (Wash.).

VF 1204

Author: Hill, Homer M.

Title/description: Good city government. Circa 1900. Pamphlet, 11 pages. 2 copies.

Subjects/keywords: Municipal government; Street-railroads -- Seattle (Wash.)

Notes: Libbie B. Hoag, donor.

VF 1212

Title/description: Transcriptions and clippings of press accounts of the death of Walter Edwin Peck, Dean of the Graduate School and Head of the English Department at the State College of Washington in 1926-1927. Also clippings about Dr. Peck, 1927-1954. These items recount the failure of Peck's academic career and his subsequent years of homelessness and mental illness.

Subjects/keywords: Peck, Walter Edwin, 1891-1954.

VF 1222

Author: Peterson, Leola D.

Title/description: History of Whelan Grange, 1958 May, and supplement, 1966. 2 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Patrons of Husbandry; Whelan Grange.

Notes: Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Peterson, donors.

VF 1226

Title/description: Petitions about the Whitestone Reclamation District and the Whitestone-Horse Spring Coulee Irrigation District, directed to the Reclamation Board of the State of Washington and the Washington State Reclamation Service, circa 1919. 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: Reclamation of land; Washington (State) Reclamation Board; Washington (State) Reclamation Service; Okanogan County (Wash.) -- History -- Sources.

VF 1227

Author: Stewart, George J.

Title/description: Reminiscences of twenty-five years of merchandising in the Okanogan Country, as gathered by Geo. J. Stewart. Circa 1926. Pamphlet, 19 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Okanogan (Wash.) -- History.

VF 1238

Author: Gilbert, William A.

Title/description: An old church in a new land, being an historical sketch of the Episcopal church in the upper Kittitas Valley, by the Rev. William A. Gilbert. 1941. Mimeographed typescript.

Subjects/keywords: Kittitas Valley (Wash.) -- History.

Notes: W.A. Gilbert, donor.

VF 1275

Author: Colfax High School (WA).

Title/description: Colfax High School commencement programs, 1899 and 1908. 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: Education, secondary -- Colfax (Wash.)

VF 1278

Author: Houston School for Boys (Spokane, WA).

Title/description: Catalogs for the Houston School for Boys, a boarding and day school in Spokane, WA, 1908 and 1913-1914. Bound pamphlets. 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: Education, secondary -- Spokane (Wash.).

VF 1304

Author: Pullman Council for Social Betterment.

Title/description: Prohibition leaflets and broadside promoting a ban on liquor sales in the City of Pullman, WA, circa 1936. 5 items.

Subjects/keywords: Liquor problem; Pullman (Wash.) -- Politics and government; Pullman Progressive League.

Notes: C.M. Brewster, donor, 1956.

VF 1308

Title/description: Facts about Pullman. 4th edition. Pullman (WA) Chamber of Commerce, 1950. Mimeographed typescript, 9 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Pullman (Wash.) -- Description.

Notes: Pullman Chamber of Commerce, donor.

VF 1310

Title/description: Collection of Pullman (WA) ephemera, including programs from the Audian Theatre (22 items, circa 1937-1942); programs from the Cordova Theatre (28 items, circa 1937-1949); and a program from the United Presbyterian Church (1914 September 27).

Subjects/keywords: Moving-picture theaters; Pullman (Wash.) -- History -- Sources.

VF 1311

Author: Pullman Community Hotel Corporation (WA).

Title/description: A modern tourist and commercial hotel for Pullman. Circa 1927. Pamphlet, 8 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Pullman (Wash.) -- Hotels, taverns, etc.; Hotel Washington.

VF 1316

Title/description: Northwest Sanitarium, a health institution having all modern equipment for the treatment of acute and chronic medical and surgical cases. Circa 1919. Bound pamphlet, 4 leaves. The pamphlet describes the sanitarium's facilities and services.

Subjects/keywords: Pullman (Wash.) -- Hospitals.

Notes: The building occupied by the Northwest Sanitarium from 1916 to 1923 was converted in 1931 to a funeral home operated by Kimball and Son, still in operation as of 2011.

VF 1317

Title/description: Pullman public schools ephemera, including commencement programs (1897, 1900, 1948, 1950), Columbus Day celebration and school building dedication program (1892 October 21), and program for a religious service, "Sermon to Class of 1916."

Subjects/keywords: Education, elementary -- Pullman (Wash.); Education, secondary -- Pullman (Wash.).

VF 1327

Author: Pullman School and Community Public Health Nursing Service.

Title/description: Report, 1939-1940, by Audry W. Sanger. Mimeographed typescript, 3 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Public health nursing.

Notes: Mrs. E.F. Gaines, donor.

VF 1332

Author: Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport.

Title/description: Community exhibits of Pullman and Moscow presented to the Civil Aeronautics Board to show the need of air service to the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport. Circa 1945. Bound pamphlet, 28 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Airports.

VF 1365

Author: United Presbyterian Church of Pullman, Washington.

Title/description: The friendly folder, United Presbyterian Church, 1925. Informational pamphlet directed toward students at Washington State College. 11 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Presbyterian Church -- Pullman (Wash.) -- History -- Sources.

VF 1367

Author: Relander, Click.

Title/description: Collection of a series of 21 articles about Yakima Valley (WA) history from the Yakima Republic, 1960 May-June. Clippings.

Subjects/keywords: Yakima Valley -- History.

Notes: Click Relander, donor.

VF 1373

Title/description: Republican Prohibition Ticket, Seattle, WA, circa 1880s. Printed leaflet listing candidates for Territorial, District, County, and Seattle Precinct offices. With annotations, possibly made by Homer M. Hill.

Subjects/keywords: Prohibition ticket; Washington (Territory) -- Elections.

Notes: Libbie Hoag, donor, 1942.

VF 1394

Author: Robinson, Mary Cleopatra.

Title/description: Poems: I have no room for mother, Darkest Seattle, and The Pride of great Seattle. 1903. Broadsides. 3 items.

Subjects/keywords: Seattle (Wash.) -- Description -- Poetry.

Notes: Don Stuart, donor, 1961.

VF 1413

Author: Rural Life Conference.

Title/description: Program of the third annual rural life conference to be held at Washington State Normal School, Bellingham, Washington, March 20-22, 1919. 2 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Country life -- Study and teaching.

VF 1475

Author: Emmanuel Lutheran Church (Spokane, WA).

Title/description: The story of fifty years, a brief history of the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Spokane, Wash., 1939. Pamphlet, 32 pages.

VF 1510

Title/description: Ben Hogan, reformed pugilist, will deliver his celebrated lecture upon the dark and bright sides of life this evening. Announcement of lecture, with Hogan's story of the Prodigal Son and Billy's Ten Commandments. Circa 1870s-1880s. Leaflet, 2 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Hogan, Ben, 1844-; Liquor problem; Prodigal son (parable) -- Sermons.

VF 1528

Title/description: War time news service with a punch, Spokane dailies help weld a great Inland Empire into a powerful force for victory. Spokane, The Spokesman-Review and Spokane Daily Chronicle, 1943. Broadsheet, 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Spokane (Wash.) -- Newspapers; World War, 1939-1945 -- War work.

VF 1531

Author: Spokane College. Students.

Title/description: Aromaz. Volume 1, number 1, 1907 November. 1 issue.

Subjects/keywords: Universities and colleges -- Spokane (Wash.); College student newspapers and periodicals -- Washington (State) -- Spokane.

Notes: Herman Deutsch, donor, 1939.

VF 1541

Title/description: Catalog of acquaintance cards, with one specimen card, undated. Also an explanation of "stamp language" from the Information Department of the Spokesman-Review newspaper, 1936. 3 items.

Subjects/keywords: Stamp language; Signs and symbols; Dating (social customs).

VF 1564

Author: Stevenson, John C.

Title/description: The Stevenson Plan for state old age compensation, old age security as a social problem. Seattle, circa 1936. Pamphlet, 15 pages. 2 copies.

Subjects/keywords: Old age assistance.

VF 1568

Author: Washington State Library.

Title/description: Reading lists: Washingtoniana: a selected list of books about the State of Washington, Olympia, 1941 September; and Selected reading list on the State of Washington, Olympia, 1950. Mimeographed typescripts.

Subjects/keywords: Washington (State) -- Bibliography.

VF 1569

Author: Washington State Library.

Title/description: Home-made indexes in Washington libraries. Olympia, 1940. Mimeographed typescript, 13 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Abstracting and indexing services; Libraries -- Washington (State) -- Abstracting and indexing services.

VF 1577

Author: The Inland Empire Council of Teachers of English.

Title/description: Bulletin 2, second annual session, 1917 April. Brochure with annotations, 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Educational associations.

Notes: Bryson L. Jaynes, donor, 1971.

VF 1603

Author: Prosch, Thomas Wickham, 1850-1915.

Title/description: The early history of Tacoma, an address by Thomas W. Prosch to the Association of Pierce County Pioneers at Tacoma, April 12, 1905. Clipping from Tacoma News, 1905 April 29.

Subjects/keywords: Tacoma (Wash.) -- History.

VF 1607

Author: Tacoma. Recreation Department. Metropolitan Park District.

Title/description: Schedule of spring and summer activities program, 1938. Mimeographed typescript, 21 leaves. 2 copies.

Subjects/keywords: Outdoor recreation; Tacoma (Wash.) -- Recreational activities.

VF 1611

Author: Dunstan, Jack.

Title/description: Children of the northland. New York, The Congregational Home Missionary Society, circa 1920. Hero tale series. Pamphlet, 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Missions -- Alaska.

VF 1633

Author: Timblin Memorial Association.

Title/description: Timblin memorial dedication program, Goldendale, Washington, 1922 June 15. Pamphlet, 18 pages. Also Charles Timblin obituary (typescript).

Subjects/keywords: Timblin, Charles; Timblin, Lucile; Klickitat Academy.

Notes: B.L. Steele, donor (pamphlet).

VF 1635

Title/description: Dedication program, Toftezen Memorial, Stanwood, Washington, 1939 May 27. Mimeographed typescript, 13 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Snohomish County (Wash.) -- History; Toftezen family.

Notes: Pioneer Historical Society of the Stillaguamish Valley, donor, 1939.

VF 1640

Author: Tourmaline Gold Mines, Inc.

Title/description: Prospectus. Butte, MT, 1936. Pamphlet, 20 pages, with maps and diagrams.

Subjects/keywords: Mines and mineral resources -- Montana.

VF 1644

Author: Townley, Sidney D.

Title/description: Eclipse stations in Oregon and Washington. Reprinted from the Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, No. 173, 1918 February. 5 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Oregon -- Description and travel; Washington (State) -- Description and travel.

VF 1669 [location note: boxed oversize]

Author: Communist Party. Grays Harbor Section Committee.

Title/description: Vote general strike, 1935. Handbill, 1 leaf.

Subjects/keywords: Grays Harbor (Wash.) -- General strike, 1935; Strikes and lockouts -- Lumbermen.

Notes: C.M. Brewster, donor, 1957.

VF 1679

Author: U.S. Army. Antilles Department.

Title/description: El Morro, San Juan, Puerto Rico, U.S.A., 1946. Pamphlet, 6 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Puerto Rico -- Fortifications.

Notes: A.O. Walsh, donor.

VF 1684

Title/description: Collection of envelopes with printed anti-secession messages, circa 1862. 3 items.

Subjects/keywords: United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.

VF 1688

Author: Bisbee, Robert E.

Title/description: Spokane University versus Spokane College. A statement of the plan of consolidation. Addressed to the members of the Columbia River Conference and designed to be confidential within Methodist circles. Boston, Alfred Mudge and So., 1891. Brochure.

Subjects/keywords: Spokane College; Universities and colleges -- Spokane (Wash.); Methodist Episcopal Church.

VF 1700

Author: United States. National Park Service.

Title/description: The siege area trail guide, Big Hole National Monument, 1962. Pamphlet, 14 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Big Hole, Battle of the, Mont., 1877.

VF 1701

Author: United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Title/description: Regulations covering the leasing of allotted Indian lands for farming and grazing purposes. Washington, D.C., G.P.O., 1916. 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Indians -- Land tenure.

VF 1709

Title/description: Northwest radio pictorial news magazine. Volume 1, number 1; 1937 January. Don Oberbillig, W7AVP, Walla Walla, Washington, publisher.

Subjects/keywords: Amateur radio stations; Ham radio.

VF 1755

Author: Nellitta Pioneers' Association.

Title/description: The man king, an optimistic lecture on the world of opportunities by Hon. Joel Shomaker, 1912 February 18. Handbill.

VF 1759

Author: Washington (State) Department of Health.

Title/description: Milk ordinance recommended for cities and counties of the State of Washington, circa 1936. Pamphlet (mimeographed typescript), 25 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Dairy laws.

Notes: Hans Bendixen, former owner.

VF 1760

Author: Washington State Public Health Institute.

Title/description: Proceedings, first State Public Health Institute, 1934 May 4-5. Pamphlet (mimeographed typescript), 37 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Hygiene, Public; Public health.

VF 1765

Title/description: Washington State legislative directories issued by the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company. Eighteenth legislative session (1923) and twenty-first legislative session (1929). Pamphlets. 2 items.

VF 1787 [location note: boxed oversize]

Author: Washington State Council on Defense

Title/description: The University of Washington Newsletter, February 25, 1918; volume 2, number 6. Headline: State University has given more than 1,500 men to war. 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: World war, 1914-1918 -- Registers; University of Washington -- History.

VF 1794

Author: Washington State Grain Growers, Shippers and Millers Association.

Title/description: Annual convention programs, 1916 and 1920. 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: Agricultural societies.

VF 1795

Author: Washington Territorial Centennial.

Title/description: An invitation, the State of Washington requests the pleasure of your presence at the formal program officially opening the Territorial Centennial, March 2, 1953. 2 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Washington (Territory) -- Centennial celebrations, etc.

VF 1801

Author: Walter, Ralph.

Title/description: A tour through Fisher's Mill, compiled by Ralph Walter of Fisher Flouring Mills Company, Seattle, May 1938. Pamphlet (reproduced typescript), 23 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Fisher Flouring Mills; Flour-mills -- Seattle (Wash.).

VF 1802

Author: Moore Land Company.

Title/description: Effects of the fire. Seattle, 1889 July 1. Leaflet, 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Seattle (Wash.) -- Fire, 1889.

Notes: Libbie B. Hoag, donor, 1942.

VF 1803

Author: Montgomery, Robert, b. 1872.

Title/description: Pamphlets by Robert Montgomery. Among the stars, an address before the Caledonian and St. Andrew's Society, Tacoma, Washington, 1930; and Evolution, circa 1930-1935 (with inscription to Dr. Holland, New Years, 1935). 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: Cosmology -- Addresses; Evolution -- Addresses.

VF 1825

Author: White, Mary Elmina, b. 1882.

Title/description: The William J. White Family of St. John, Washington. Genealogy by Elma Wagner Kimm. 1958 May. Pamphlet, 16 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: White Family.

VF 1830

Title/description: Whitman College ephemera (2 items). Whitman College and Walla Walla (mimeographed typescript about the college and community, with information about the college's financial difficulties during the Great Depression), 1936, 3 pages. Songs of Whitman College, 1916. Bound pamphlet, 27 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Whitman College -- Finances; Whitman College -- Songs and music; Universities and colleges -- Walla Walla (Wash.).

VF 1841

Title/description: Affidavits of James A. Warner, C.H. Stewart, John H. Millard, David Froman, John Conner, James Elkins, T.D. Spafford and John W. Althouse about the Willamette and Cascade Mountain Wagon-Road Company, 1881 February. Bound pamphlet (incomplete: pages 9-18 only).

Subjects/keywords: Military roads.

VF 1851

Author: Albion State Normal School, Albion, Idaho.

Title/description: Bulletin, Training School Edition, volume 3, number 1, 1940 March. Pamphlet, 24 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Teachers colleges -- Idaho.

VF 1871

Author: Historical Records Survey. Washington (State).

Title/description: Manual of instructions for field workers, 1939 December. Mimeographed typescript, 50 pages.

Subjects/keywords: United States. Work Projects Administration; Archives -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

VF 1882

Author: Farquhar, Frank S.

Title/description: Yakima yesterdays, reprinted from the Yakima Herald-Republic, 1968. Pamphlet, 18 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Yakima (Wash.) -- History.

VF 1887 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: Our great national park, the valley of the Yellowstone, from William Cullen Bryant's Picturesque America, 1872 (pages 292-316).

Subjects/keywords: Yellowstone National Park.

VF 1903 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: Nord Pacific Saengerbundes. Fest-zeitung, Walla Walla, Washington, 1913 June 19-23. 18 pages (2 pages missing).

Subjects/keywords: Choral societies, German; Walla Walla (Wash.) -- Choral societies. Language note: Items are in German.

VF 1905

Author: KFPY (Radio station), Spokane, Washington.

Title/description: Weekly program schedules, 1941. Printed schedules in bound volume, 52 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Radio broadcasting -- Spokane (Wash.); Radio programs.

VF 1922 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: The Business Mirror, volume 18, number 1-volume 24, number 2; 1938 January-1944 March (incomplete). "Published by the Washington Farmer, The Idaho Farmer and The Oregon Farmer, composing the Pacific Northwest Farm Trio devoted to the interests of merchants, dealers and distributors in the Pacific Northwest." 3 issues.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Periodicals.

VF 1946 [location note: boxed oversize]

Author: Pierce County Immigration Association.

Title/description: The Pierce County Immigrant, volume 1, number 1; 1897 January. Tacoma, Washington. 1 issue.

Subjects/keywords: Pierce County (Wash.) -- Description and travel; Pierce County (Wash.) -- Newspapers.

VF 1953

Title/description: The Cypress Wreath. Volume 1, number 1, circa 1890s. Published by Peter H. Dayhoff, manufacturer of and dealer in marble and granite monuments, headstones, etc., Tacoma, Washington. Advertising brochure, 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Funeral rites and ceremonies; Sepulchral monuments.

VF 1955 [location note: boxed oversize]

Author: Tacoma School of Shorthand.

Title/description: Excelsior, volume 1, number 1; 1892 December. Tacoma, Washington. 1 issue.

Subjects/keywords: Business education; Northwest Business College.

VF 1957 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: New Northwest. Volume 1, number 1; circa 1930s-1940s. Newspaper with articles about state nicknames (Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington), game laws, traffic rules, and teacher exchanges. 1 issue.

Subjects/keywords: Northwest, Pacific -- Description and travel.

VF 1961

Author: Washington Surveying and Rating Bureau.

Title/description: Advisory rates for Pullman, Washington. 1917 April and 1924 September. 2 volumes.

Subjects/keywords: Insurance -- Rates and tables.

Notes: Mrs. M.C. Houghton, donor, 1936.

VF 1963

Author: University of Idaho.

Title/description: Directories of students and faculty, 1926-1948 (incomplete). Mimeographed typescripts and printed pamphlets. 8 items.

Subjects/keywords: University of Idaho.

VF 1964

Author: University of Montana. Associated Students.

Title/description: The M Book, published by the associated students of the State University of Montana for the year 1929-30; 1931-32. Pamphlets. 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: University of Montana -- Students.

Notes: Carl Morrow, donor.

VF 1980

Author: Fabian Society, Seattle, Washington.

Title/description: The Watchtower. Volume 1, numbers 1 and 3, 1895 August and 1895 October. Monthly newsletter published by the Edgewater Press Company, Fremont, Seattle, WA. 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: Socialism -- Washington (State).

VF 1992

Author: Pullman High School, Pullman, Washington.

Title/description: Information bulletins, 1936-1937 through 1942-1943. Annual. Mimeographed typescripts. 4 items.

Subjects/keywords: Education, secondary -- Pullman (Wash.).

VF 1994

Title/description: The shopping guide. 1937 May 7. Free newspaper with information about Pullman and Washington State College. 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Pullman (Wash.) -- Newspapers.

VF 1997

Author: Pullman Public Schools.

Title/description: Rules and regulations and course of study for the grades, with supplement. Pullman, Tribune, 1913. Pamphlet, 11 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Education, elementary -- Pullman (Wash.).

VF 2000 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: Pullman advertiser, volume 1, number 1, 1941 October 3. 1 issue.

Subjects/keywords: Pullman (Wash.) -- Newspapers.

VF 2009

Author: Carlyle, Clare.

Title/description: To Mount Rainier (Columbian Exposition souvenir pamphlet). Circa 1893. 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Mount Rainier -- Description -- Poetry.

Notes: Libbie B. Hoag, donor, 1942.

VF 2012

Title/description: The Olympic, a monthly amateur magazine for amateur journalists. Volume 1, number 1, 1896 January. Port Townsend, Washington.

Subjects/keywords: Amateur journalism.

VF 2018

Author: Compton, Wilson Martindale, 1890-1967.

Title/description: Keep Washington green and build for the future, an address by Dr. Wilson Compton, President of Washington State College, delivered during Keep Washington Green Week in Longview, Washington, 1945. Pamphlet, 6 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Forests and forestry -- Addresses, essays, lectures.

VF 2020

Author: Welsh, William D.

Title/description: Partners in conservation. Address to annual meeting of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, Philadelphia, 1955 May. [Arlington, Oregon?] Pamphlet, 21 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Forest management.

VF 2022

Title/description: The pilgrimage to Old Fort Okanogan, to be made during the meeting of the State Advisory Board on Historic Sites to be held in Okanogan County on April 13 and 14, 1951. Brochure.

Subjects/keywords: Fort Okanogan; Okanogan County (Wash.) -- Historic houses, etc.

VF 2030

Title/description: Pick, a monthly publishing railroad and mining news of the Northwest. Volume 1, number 1, 1893 February. Tacoma, Washington.

Subjects/keywords: Mines and mineral resources -- Northwest, Pacific.

VF 2036

Title/description: The Coeur d'Alene mining war of 1892, a pictorial review. Circa 1960. Pamphlet, 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Labor disputes -- Idaho; Strikes and lockouts -- Miners.

VF 2041

Title/description: Humorous program from a meeting of an unidentified geologists' group. Hazy handbook for fooled geologists (banquet program and song-book), 1922; Pamphlet, 19 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Geologists -- Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc.

VF 2046

Author: Hanauer, Adrian G.

Title/description: Reports to the stockholders of the Taber Fraction Mines Co., dated at Spokane, Washington, 1907 March 18 and 1907 November 1. 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: Mining industry and finance.

VF 2099

Title/description: Songs of Eastern Oregon College, La Grande, Oregon, printed through the courtesy of Dr. and Mrs. A.L. Richardson. Pamphlet, 6 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Eastern Oregon College -- Songs and music.

VF 2102

Author: The Oregon and Ohio Mines Corporation.

Title/description: Prospectus for sale of common stock, circa 1923. Pamphlet, 15 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Mines and mineral resources -- Lane County, Oregon.

VF 2103

Author: Kerr, William Jasper, 1863-1947.

Title/description: President Kerr's message to the sons and daughters of O.A.C. Corvallis, OR, circa 1925. Pamphlet, 7 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Oregon State University -- Student Union.

VF 2112 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: The North Idaho Report. Volume 1, number 1-volume 2, number 2; 1963 November-1964 March. Lewiston, Idaho. Idaho Mining and Milling. 3 issues.

Subjects/keywords: Idaho -- Politics and government.

VF 2129

Author: Star-Mirror Publishing Company, Moscow, Idaho.

Title/description: 1917 draft list, Latah County, Idaho, for the great world war, giving official draft numbers with names segregated according to precincts. Moscow, Idaho, 1917. Pamphlet, 32 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Military service, compulsory.

VF 2140

Author: Idaho Power Company.

Title/description: Farm electrification program of Idaho Power Company, 1928. Pamphlet, 20 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Electricity in agriculture -- Idaho; Farm electrification program; Rural electrification.

VF 2148

Author: Quigley, E.B.

Title/description: Lithograph of a painting, Indian horse race at Priest Rapids, Idaho, Caxton Printers, 1956.

Subjects/keywords: Wanapum Indians --Pictures, illustrations, etc.

VF 2165

Author: Seattle-First National Bank.

Title/description: Spokane and Eastern, beautiful new Inland Empire headquarters of the Seattle-First National Bank, 1952. Pamphlet, 8 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Banks and banking; Spokane (Wash.) -- Banks and banking.

VF 2171

Author: United States. National Youth Administration. Washington (State) Division of Information.

Title/description: Service bulletin, made by N.Y.A. publicity project, State of Washington. Pamphlet, 6 leaves.

VF 2173

Title/description: The new day, an outspoken magazine, 1935 August 12. Ray E. White, publisher and editor, Spokane, Washington. 18 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Spokane (Wash.) -- Periodicals; Townsend Plan.

VF 2182

Author: Tanner, W.V.

Title/description: Joint memorandum upon the Palouse Project, by W.V. Tanner, Attorney General of Washington, and E.W. Burr, Dist. Counsel, U.S. Reclamation Service. Issued by authority of the Executive Committee of the Palouse Irrigation Association, circa 1915. 2 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Irrigation laws -- Washington (State); Palouse Irrigation Association; Palouse Project.

VF 2187

Author: Associated Chambers of Commerce of the Yakima Valley.

Title/description: Roza Irrigation Division of Yakima Project, the Northwest's answer to the cry for jobs and subsistence homesteads. Yakima, Washington, circa 1935. Brochure, 3 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Roza Irrigation District; Yakima Valley (Wash.) -- Irrigation.

VF 2200

Author: Rose, Frank M.

Title/description: Initiative measure no. 130, appearing to regulate strikes, provides for actual destruction of the trade-union movement. Fourth ed. Seattle, Washington State Committee to Defeat Initiative No. 130, 1938. With related handbills. 3 items.

Subjects/keywords: Labor laws and legislation -- Washington (State).

VF 2206

Title/description: Collection of promotional pamphlets for Kennewick, Washington, circa 1906-1959. Published by the Kennewick Chamber of Commerce, and Kennewick Land Company. 4 items.

Subjects/keywords: Kennewick (Wash.) -- Description.

VF 2210

Author: Waterfront Employers Association of the Pacific Coast.

Title/description: The facts before the fact finding board, 1946. "The facts in the contract negotiations between the Shipping Industry of the West Coast and the International Longshoremen's and Warehouseman's Union." Pamphlet, 14 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Strikes and lockouts -- Longshoremen; Wages -- Longshoremen.

VF 2224

Author: Stackhouse, John Berrington.

Title/description: Grade study of the junior high schools in the state of Washington. Reproduced typescript. 11 pages, 9 plates.

Subjects/keywords: Grading and marking (Students).

VF 2234

Author: Johnson, Ralph W.

Title/description: Some myths about water shortages, paper delivered at the Western Governors Conference, San Francisco, May 4, 1964. Mimeographed typescript, 9 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Water-supply -- The West.

Notes: Catherine May, donor, 1971.

VF 2239

Author: Klemgard, E.N. (Edwin Neal), 1901-.

Title/description: A tour of the Snake River sites under development by the Port of Whitman County, 1970 May 22. Pamphlet, 12 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Industrial sites -- Whitman County (Wash.); Port of Whitman County.

Notes: Catherine May, donor, 1971.

VF 2241

Author: Martin, Clarence Daniel, 1886-1955.

Title/description: Saving our common schools, being a discussion of financing, basic support, teaching, salaries, and proposed programs. As given by Governor Clarence D. Martin in a statewide radio speech. Seattle, circa 1941. Brochure.

Subjects/keywords: Education, elementary -- Washington (State).

VF 2242

Author: Cowen, Edward David, 1857-

Title/description: School system needs receivership, by E.D. Cowen (Spokesman-Review, Spokane, 1914 April 28) and The folly of our taxes, by T.D. Rockwell (Post-Intelligencer, Seattle, 1914 April 30). Brochure.

Subjects/keywords: Taxation -- Washington (State).

Notes: Libbie B. Hoag, donor, 1942.

VF 2243

Author: Roberts, Alexander C.

Title/description: Centralia Normal School and southwestern Washington, circa 1923. Brochure. Includes presentation note by the author to E.O. Holland.

Subjects/keywords: Education, higher -- Washington (State).

VF 2245

Title/description: Idaho endowments (subject file on Idaho educational and institutional endowments). 3 items: Idaho State Board of Education, The status of Idaho's educational and institutional endowments, 1925 February 12 (pamphlet); Hassan, Fred W., Report on investigation of Idaho's permanent educational and institutional endowments, 1930 November (pamphlet); Correspondence re operation of endowment debenture law enacted by 1931 legislature, 1931 (mimeographed typescript).

Subjects/keywords: Education -- Idaho -- Finance

VF 2250

Author: The Taxpayers League.

Title/description: From the recent report of State Examiner D.L. Brown on conditions existing in School District 117, Whitman County, Washington, 1927. Leaflet.

Subjects/keywords: St. John (Wash.) School District 117; Schools -- Accounting.

VF 2253

Author: Inland Empire Pea Growers Association.

Title/description: Articles of incorporation and by-laws, 1940. Pamphlet, 16 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Peas -- Cooperative marketing.

VF 2254

Author: Washington Education Association.

Title/description: Health program for the Washington schools, 1923. Pamphlet, 15 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Hygiene -- Study and teaching.

VF 2255

Author: Conference on Post-war Educational Problems, Spokane, Washington, 1943.

Title/description: Proceedings, 1943 September. Mimeographed typescript, 17 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Education -- Congresses.

VF 2258

Title/description: Reports on Seattle public school expenditures, 1921. 2 items: Porter, Arthur W., Survey of the Seattle school administration for the Tax Reduction Council by a committee composed of Arthur W. Porter, M.P. Bullock, John T. Wheatman, circa 1921 (mimeographed typescript, 19 pages); and report of Special Committee on Health Department of Public Schools of Seattle, circa 1921 (mimeographed typescript, 6 pages).

Subjects/keywords: School management and organization -- Seattle (Wash.).

Notes: Libbie B. Hoag, donor, Committee on Health Department report, 1942.

VF 2260

Author: Jones, Glenn.

Title/description: A plan to provide adult education for the people of the State of Washington, submitted to the Washington State Planning Council, 1937 November 18. Mimeographed typescript, 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Education of adults -- Washington (State).

VF 2262

Author: Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Title/description: Eighth grade examination questions; ninety complete sets of questions covering ten subjects; a compilation of three years of the eighth grade examination questions used in the State of Washington, together with rules and suggestions for the examinations. Colville, The Colville Examiner, 1932. Bound volume, 91 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Examinations -- Washington (State) -- Questions.

VF 2263 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: Sample election ballots, Washington State and Idaho, 1930s-1940s. 12 items.

Subjects/keywords: Elections.

VF 2264

Author: League of Women Voters of Washington.

Title/description: 2 items: Reapportionment and redistricting, a study for the State of Washington (State Memo No. 2), 1954 October (pamphlet, 16 pages); An analysis of issues on the November ballot based on the text of the measures, and the publicized arguments--pro and con, 1950 October (pamphlet, 6 leaves).

Subjects/keywords: Campaign literature, 1950 -- Nonpartisan -- Washington (State).

VF 2265

Title/description: Campaign bulletins (subject file). Candidates include: George H. Gannon (1940), John W. Summers (1918), C.C. Dill (1940), and W.E. McCroskey (1918).

Subjects/keywords: Campaign literature -- Washington (State).

VF 2269

Author: Osborn, M.C.

Title/description: Extension of electric service into small country communities and rural districts, 1913. Speech delivered by M.C. Osborn of the Washington Water Power Company at Spokane Washington, 1913 September. Pamphlet, 11 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Rural electrification.

Notes: H.V. Carpenter, donor, 1941.

VF 2277

Author: Everett Public Library.

Title/description: Dedication program, Everett Public Library building, Everett, Washington, 1934 October 3. Pamphlet, 8 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Everett (Wash.) -- Libraries.

VF 2278

Author: Everett Chamber of Commerce.

Title/description: Promotional literature for Everett, Washington. 2 items: Facts about Everett, Washington, nearest Puget Sound port to the Orient, circa 1947 (portfolio, 51 pages); Facts you should know about Everett, Washington, circa 1931 (brochure).

Subjects/keywords: Everett (Wash.) -- Description.

VF 2279

Title/description: Pea growing in the Inland Empire. Spokane, Spokane and Eastern Trust Company, 1930 August. 2 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Peas -- Marketing.

VF 2283

Author: United States Office of Farm Management and Farm Economics.

Title/description: Reports (2 items). Preliminary report of cost of production and farm business analysis survey on 229 Palouse farms, Idaho and Washington, 1919 (mimeographed typescript, bound, 25 pages); Preliminary report of cost of production and farm business analysis survey on 229 farms for 1919, and 241 farms for 1920, Palouse area, Idaho and Washington, 1922 June (mimeographed typescript, bound, 19 pages).

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Palouse Country.

VF 2285

Author: Schwellenbach, Lewis B.

Title/description: Speech of Senator Lewis B. Schwellenbach of the State of Washington, broadcast over a nation wide Columbia Broadcasting Network at 10:45 P.M. February 12, 1938 on "Japanese invasion of our fisheries." Mimeographed typescript with handwritten annotations, 3 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Fisheries -- United States.

Notes: Dr. F.J. Bowman, donor, 1939.

VF 2286

Author: Freemasons. Garfield, Washington. Anchor Lodge No. 88.

Title/description: History of Anchor Lodge No. 88, F. & A.M., Garfield, Washington, 1892-1942. Bound volume, 59 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Freemasons -- Garfield (Wash.) -- History.

Notes: Paul T. Bockmier, donor.

VF 2288

Author: Seattle Chamber of Commerce. Research and Statistical Department.

Title/description: Fisheries of the North Pacific. Seattle, 1925 March 1. Mimeographed typescript, 15 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Fisheries.

Notes: E.A. Bryan, donor, 1941.

VF 2291

Title/description: Friendly societies (subject file). 3 items: Improved Order of Red Men, Spokane, Washington, Mineola Council No. 7, Constitution and by-laws, 1900 (pamphlet, 4 leaves); Military Order of the Loyal Legion, Oregon Commandery, Register of officers and companions, 1904-1905 (pamphlet, 6 leaves); Directory of Masonic orders in Seattle, Washington, 1895 (pamphlet, 48 pages).

Subjects/keywords: Friendly societies.

Notes: Libbie B. Hoag, donor of Seattle directory, 1942; Mrs. Richard McNary Stolz, donor of Loyal Legion register.

VF 2292

Title/description: Promotional pamphlets about Grays Harbor County, Washington. 2 items: Montesano Chamber of Commerce, Montesano, Grays Harbor County, Washington, circa 1938 (brochure, 3 leaves); Chambers of Commerce of Aberdeen, Hoquiam and Montesano, Grays Harbor County, Washington, circa 1920 (pamphlet, 8 leaves).

Subjects/keywords: Grays Harbor County (Wash.) -- Description; Montesano (Wash.) -- Description.

VF 2293

Author: Gooding Chamber of Commerce (Idaho).

Title/description: Gooding, Idaho, the educational center of Southern Idaho, county seat of Gooding County, 1930 June. Brochure, 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Gooding (Idaho) -- Description.

VF 2301

Author: Estinson, G.J.

Title/description: Tudor Mink Ranch; a brief review of 20 years experience in mink farming, circa 1940. Pamphlet, 40 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Mink farming.

VF 2311

Title/description: Scottish Rite (Masonic Order) subject file. 2 items: The Scottish Rite News-Bulletin, volume 1, number 2, 1922 December (addressed to Ernest O. Holland); Cascade Chapter, Valley of Spokane, Orient of Washington, program for Maundy Thursday and Easter Sunday ceremonies, 1938 April.

VF 2312

Author: Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. El Katif Temple, Spokane, Washington.

Title/description: Collection of announcements, programs, and other printed material, 1925-1942. 10 items.

Subjects/keywords: Friendly societies; Freemasonry -- Lodges -- Washington (State); Freemasons. El Katif Temple -- History -- Sources.

VF 2319 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: Burgerville Blues. Volume 1, numbers 1-5; 1970 September-December. Pullman (WA) underground newspaper. 6 issues.

Subjects/keywords: Washington State University -- Politics and government; Washington State University -- Student activities.

VF 2320 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: Three Forks Press. Volume 1, numbers 1-3; 1970 March 23-May 4. Pullman (WA) underground newspaper. 3 issues.

Subjects/keywords: Washington State University -- Politics and government; Washington State University -- Student activities.

VF 2323

Author: Clallam County Public Utility District No. 1, Washington.

Title/description: Preview of Clallam County, 1948. Pamphlet, 27 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Clallam County (Wash.) -- Description and travel.

VF 2333

Author: Spokane Chamber of Commerce.

Title/description: Promotional leaflets (2 items): Gold! from the orchards of Spokane country, 1921 December 1; Big red apples in countless millions, 1919.

Subjects/keywords: Apples -- Marketing.

VF 2331

Author: Hoquiam Chamber of Commerce.

Title/description: Hoquiam, Washington, statistical information, 1939 May 1. Mimeographed typescript, 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Hoquiam (Wash.) -- Statistics.

VF 2336

Author: Wenatchee Valley Traffic Association.

Title/description: Reports (bound), numbers 14-17, 20-22; 1932-1935, 1938-1940. 7 items in 2 volumes.

Subjects/keywords: Fruit -- Transportation.

VF 2338

Author: Wenatchee-Okanogan Cooperative Federation (Wenoka).

Title/description: Report of the annual business meeting, 1927. Bound volume, 31 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Apples -- Cooperative marketing -- Washington (State).

VF 2340

Author: Yakima County Horticultural Union.

Title/description: Program for Yakima County Horticultural Union's Institute, 1903 January 13-15. Pamphlet, 10 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Horticultural societies; Horticulture.

VF 2375

Author: East Washington and North Idaho Baptist Convention.

Title/description: Souvenir pamphlet: East Washington and North Idaho Baptist Convention field; its material wealth and progress, its religious conditions, forces, needs, and opportunities. Spokane, 1909. 6 leaves (2 copies).

Notes: Alice Kennedy estate, donor, 1959.

VF 2380

Author: Freemasons. Washington Grand Lodge.

Title/description: The Washington masonic home, Zenith, Washington, 1938. Pamphlet, 21 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Freemasons -- Charities; Old age homes -- Zenith (Wash.).

VF 2384

Title/description: Appaloosa horses (subject file), circa 1950s. 2 items: The appaloosa: a descriptive pamphlet, Moscow, Idaho, Appaloosa Horse Club (pamphlet, 4 leaves); Hatley, George B., Appaloosa horses; color patterns, breed characteristics and descriptions, Moscow, Idaho, Appaloosa Horse Club (brochure, 2 leaves).

Subjects/keywords: Appaloosa horse.

VF 2386

Author: Spokane. First Baptist Church.

Title/description: Pamphlet describing plans for remodeling and new construction, 1927. 8 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Churches, Baptist.

Notes: Alice Kennedy estate, donor, 1959.

VF 2387

Title/description: Spokane Ax'm's. A convention booklet for an unidentified group, circa 1900-1920. 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Spokane (Wash.) -- Description.

VF 2388

Author: White Eagle.

Title/description: The dog supper and other poems, Gillette, Wyoming, 1918 (pamphlet, 4 leaves); Good-bye, Buffalo Bill! Gillette, Wyoming, 1918 (pamphlet, 2 leaves).

VF 2398

Title/description: B.Y.P.U. (Baptist Young People's Union) convention souvenir, Spo-Kan, 1907. Pamphlet, 11 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Spokane (Wash.) -- Description.

Notes: Alice Kennedy estate, donor, 1959.

VF 2399

Author: New Ridgeway Theatre, Colfax, Washington.

Title/description: Program, 1908 December 31. Thomas Jefferson in Rip Van Winkle. 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Colfax (Wash.) -- Description; Theater programs.

Notes: Mrs. C.B. Kenedy, donor, 1941.

VF 2416

Author: Eells, Walter Crosby, 1886-1962.

Title/description: Our ancestors in America; sketches of the lives of the American ancestors and descendants of Cushing Eells. Washington, D.C., Christmas, 1938. Pamphlet, 15 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Eells family.

VF 2435

Title/description: Broadside announcing memorial services for Franklin D. Roosevelt, Pullman, Washington, 1945 April 14. 1 leaf.

Subjects/keywords: Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1882-1945.

VF 2448

Author: United States. Bureau of Reclamation.

Title/description: General information on the Columbia Basin Reclamation Project and the Grand Coulee Dam, 1936-1952. 8 items (printed materials, mounted photograph, and mimeographed typescripts).

Subjects/keywords: Columbia Basin Reclamation Project; Grand Coulee Dam.

Notes: R.D. Sloan, donor, 1960.

VF 2450

Author: Robinson, Kinsey Maxfield, b. 1895.

Title/description: The Northwest in national defense, an address by K.M. Robinson, President, The Washington Water Power Company, before Edison Electric Institute Convention, 1940 June 5. Pamphlet, 10 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Pacific Northwest -- Economic conditions.

Notes: R.D. Sloan, donor, 1960.

VF 2452

Author: Darland, Alvin Franklin, b. 1891.

Title/description: Generator erection at Coulee Dam, prepared for A.I.E.E. Pacific Coast General Meeting, Spokane, Washington, August 24-27, 1948, by A.F. Darland and J.L. Berry. Pamphlet, 6 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Dynamos -- Erecting work; Grand Coulee Dam.

Notes: R.D. Sloan, donor, 1960.

VF 2454

Author: Idaho Power Company.

Title/description: The plain ABC's you should know about Hell's Canyon Dam as proposed by federal agencies, 1952. Pamphlet, 23 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Hells Canyon Dam; Snake River -- Dams.

Notes: R.D. Sloan, donor, 1960.

VF 2456

Author: Hutton, S.E.

Title/description: The water-distributing system of the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project, the Spokane Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 1945 December 14. Mimeographed typescript, 10 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Columbia Basin Irrigation Project; Columbia River Basin -- Irrigation; Irrigation -- Columbia Basin.

Notes: R.D. Sloan, donor, 1960.

VF 2457

Author: Robins, Thomas M.

Title/description: Bonneville Dam and navigation on the Columbia River above Portland, circa 1935. Mimeographed typescript, 10 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Bonneville Dam; Columbia River -- Navigation; Dams -- Columbia River.

Notes: R.D. Sloan, donor, 1960.

VF 2458

Author: Kurtichanof, L.E.

Title/description: Electrical features of the Bonneville project; text of informal paper presented at the fourteenth annual general meeting of the Engineering and Operating Section, Northwest Electric Light and Power Association, Portland, Oregon, 1937 April 21-24. Mimeographed typescript, 21 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Bonneville Dam; Dams -- Columbia River.

Notes: R.D. Sloan, donor, 1960.

VF 2459

Author: Hill, W.A.

Title/description: Hydraulic turbine testing, comparisons of methods in general use, 1932 March 23. Mimeographed typescript, 12 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Hydraulic turbines -- Testing.

Notes: R.D. Sloan, donor, 1960.

VF 2472

Author: Washington State Training School, Chehalis, Washington.

Title/description: Compliments of Washington State Training School, Chehalis, circa 1941. Pamphlet, 6 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Reformatories -- Washington (State).

VF 2488

Author: Pacific Power and Light Company.

Title/description: Respondent's answering brief in complaint of Walla Walla Department of Public Works vs. Pacific Power and Light Company before the Division of Public Utilities, Department of Public Works of Washington, 1928. Bound volume, 69 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Public utilities -- Rates.

VF 2506

Author: Hanks, John.

Title/description: An open letter to Congressman J.W. Summers, circa 1929. Handbill, 1 leaf.

Subjects/keywords: Summers, John William, 1870-1937.

VF 2507

Author: Eastern Washington Highway Association.

Title/description: Publications, 1920-1933. Proceedings, Highway Data, reprints, and other publications. 9 items.

Subjects/keywords: Roads -- Finance.

VF 2510

Title/description: President Wilson's committee sets wheat price, Hoover had no part in it. Spokane, circa 1928. Contains account of President's Fair Price Commission for Wheat and statements of Richard J. Stephens and R. Insinger about Hoover's assistance to Pacific Northwest farmers, 1917-1918. Pamphlet, 11 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Hoover, Herbert Clark, 1874-1964; Wheat trade -- Northwest, Pacific.

VF 2514

Author: Lewiston Commercial Club.

Title/description: Timber resources of the Lewiston country (data and comment on the stand within the drainage of the four great rivers, the concentrated flow of which meets at Lewiston). Lewiston, Idaho, circa 1925. Pamphlet, 6 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Lumbering -- Idaho.

VF 2525

Author: The League for the Promotion of Militant Atheism, Pullman, Washington.

Title/description: Leaflets, 1972 September. Reproduced typescripts.

Subjects/keywords: Atheism -- controversial literature.

VF 2526

Author: Garfield High School, Washington. Class of 1962.

Title/description: Class histories, ten year reunion, 1972 June 17-18. Includes biographical accounts. Reproduced typescript, 8 leaves.

Notes: Lorraine Burchfield, donor, 1972.

VF 2530

Author: Cassill Investment Company.

Title/description: City Gardens, irrigated orchard tracts adjoining Spokane, 1910. Pamphlet, 6 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Spokane (Wash.) -- Real estate business.

VF 2531 [location note: boxed oversize]

Author: The Ajax Mining Company.

Title/description: The Coeur d'Alenes of Idaho, the greatest lead-silver camp on earth. Boston, 1908. Brochure promoting investment in a mine on property adjacent to the Hercules mine (Idaho).

Subjects/keywords: Mines and mineral resources -- Idaho; Mining industry and finance -- Idaho.

VF 2533

Title/description: Promotional pamphlet for construction of St. John's Cathedral, Spokane, Washington, circa 1920-1925. 4 leaves.

VF 2534

Title/description: The accountant, volume 1, number 2; 1924 June. Spokane, Washington, Spokane Society of Public Accountants.

Subjects/keywords: Accounting -- Periodicals.

VF 2536

Author: Spokane Merchants Association.

Title/description: Annual report, 1926. Pamphlet, 38 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Spokane (Wash.) -- Commerce.

VF 2547

Title/description: Priest Rapids Valley, Washington ephemera. 2 items: Promotional brochure issued by the Agricultural and Colonization Department, The Milwaukee Road, circa 1925 (6 leaves), and label, White Bluffs Valley Fruit, undated.

Subjects/keywords: Benton County (Wash.) -- Description.

VF 2554

Title/description: Class project for English 201, Washington State University, 1973 May: Chicago piano; a review of the past 20 years, volume 1, number 1, January 1940. Robert Marrs, instructor; Doug Abraham, editor. Reproduced typescript, 39 pages.

Subjects/keywords: College prose -- Washington State University; College verse -- Washington State University.

VF 2555

Title/description: Class projects for English 201, Washington State University, 1972 June: Slow children playing (reproduced typescript, 16 pages); Shonk (reproduced typescript, 16 pages).

Subjects/keywords: College prose -- Washington State University; College verse -- Washington State University.

VF 2556

Author: Eastern Washington Library Association.

Title/description: Minutes, 1938-1941. Mimeographed typescripts, 3 items.

VF 2559

Author: Knights of Pythias. Lodge No. 4 (Colfax, Washington).

Title/description: K of P Bulletin. Volume 1, number 3, 1921 February 2.

Subjects/keywords: Colfax (Wash.) -- Friendly societies; Knights of Pythias. Colfax Lodge No. 4.

VF 2561

Author: Northwestern Business College, Spokane, Washington.

Title/description: Informational pamphlets, circa 1917-1919. 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: Business education.

VF 2564

Title/description: Exploits of the Douglas Fir, the tree that travels. Volume 2, number 2; 1927 April. Seattle, Washington; Douglas Fir Exploitation and Export Company.

Note: This item has been removed for separate cataloging (SD397.D7 E96)

VF 2586

Author: Richland City Council (Washington). Hospital Report Committee.

Title/description: Report to the Richland City Council, circa 1956 (9 pages). Also pamphlet on transfer of Kadlec Hospital and dedication.

Subjects/keywords: Kadlec Methodist Hospital; Richland (Wash.) -- Hospitals.

VF 2587

Title/description: Richland, Washington ephemera (2 items): Rose, Robert E., Richland, Washington, oral presentation for All-American cities awards, 1960 competition (bound mimeographed typescript, 6 pages); and Richland Commencement Day souvenir program, 1958 December (8 pages).

Subjects/keywords: Richland (Wash.).

VF 2588

Title/description: Atomic power (subject file), 1955-1960. Includes 5 items: McCaffree, Kenneth M., The development of atomic power in the Pacific Northwest, 1955 (reproduced typescript, 17 pages); Jackson, Henry Martin, 1912-1983, Status and prospects for atomic power development, 1959 May 28 (mimeographed typescript, 7 pages); Staebler, Ulysses M., Atomic energy--a factor in power planning, 1960 April 12 (mimeographed typescript, 15 pages); Field Research Company, Summary of findings, community attitude survey, Richland, Kennewick and Pasco, Washington, conducted by Field Research Company for General Electric Company, 1960 March (mimeographed typescript, 3 pages, plus 2 page letter of transmittal); General Electric Company, Some facts about the Hanford Atomic Products Operation, circa 1957.

Subjects/keywords: Nuclear energy; General Electric Company; Hanford Atomic Works.

Notes: Ted Van Arsdol, donor.

VF 2591

Title/description: Vancouver, Washington promotional literature. 2 items: Vancouver, Washington, Urban Renewal Department, Vancouver, Washington offers for your consideration the finest site for light industry in the West, circa 1960 (pamphlet, 13 pages); Port of Vancouver, Washington, Great way to world trade, circa 1960 (pamphlet, 28 pages).

Subjects/keywords: Vancouver, Washington -- Industrial sites.

VF 2597

Author: United States. Atomic Energy Commission. Hanford (WA) Operations Office.

Title/description: Information report on the community telephone system at Richland, 1956 January 20. Reproduced typescript, approximately 150 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Richland (Wash.) -- Politics and government.

VF 2603 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: The new Indian war; scenes of the recent outbreak in Idaho; types of character and views of the country. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1877 July 28. Pages 353-354.

Subjects/keywords: Nez Perce Indians -- Wars, 1877.

VF 2609

Title/description: Lewis and Clark Sesquicentennial commemoration (subject file). 2 items: Lewis and Clark Sesquicentennial General Committee, The Salmon River saga (Salmon, Idaho pageant program), 1955 (2 leaves); Lewis and Clark Sesquicentennial Celebration pageant program, Dillon, Montana, 1955 (18 pages).

Subjects/keywords: Lewis and Clark Expedition -- Centennial celebrations, etc.

VF 2621

Title/description: Program for Diamond Jubilee celebration for St. Mary's Mission, Omak, Washington, 1886-1961. Pamphlet, 8 pages.

Subjects/keywords: St. Mary's Mission, Omak (Wash.).

VF 2622

Title/description: 100 years customs service at Osoyoos, British Columbia, 1961 November. Pamphlet, 12 pages.

Notes: Cull White, former owner.

VF 2630

Author: Williams, Bertha Engelland, b. 1888, compiler.

Title/description: History of the Fraternal Beneficial Association; a memorial to a group of German-American homesteaders who put a practical vision into effect, 1961. Mimeographed typescript, 14 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Insurance, Agricultural; Insurance, Fire; Insurance companies -- Tekoa (Wash.); Mutual German Fire Insurance Company.

VF 2632

Author: Nickum, Luella M.

Title/description: Fragments from the frontier; dedicated to the soldiers and sailors of the Northwest. Spokane, circa 1918. Pamphlet, 12 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: World war, 1914-1918 -- Poetry.

VF 2635

Title/description: Promotional brochures. 3 items: Ephrata, the county seat of Grant County, Washington, the land of opportunities, the gateway to the Moses Lake country, published by the Ephrata Commercial Club, 1912 (pamphlet, 24 pages); A few facts about Oroville, Washington, circa 1911 (brochure, 2 leaves); Washington (State) Bureau of Statistics and Immigration, Washington, the evergreen state, circa 1920 (brochure, 2 leaves).

Subjects/keywords: Ephrata (Wash.) -- Description; Oroville (Wash.) -- Description; Washington (State) -- Description and travel.

VF 2639

Title/description: The ranchers bulletin. Number 3, 1914 June 1. Quarterly. Ballow, Washington. Includes an article on the Single Tax movement. 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Periodicals.

VF 2650

Author: Earl Warren Oral History Project.

Title/description: Interviews completed and available for research. Berkeley, 1973 October. List of interviews, including abstracts.

Subjects/keywords: California -- History -- Bibliography; California -- Politics and government -- Bibliography.

VF 2653

Title/description: The inter-church forum, 1913 April 10 (fragment, pages 107-110). Spokane. Inter-Church Council. History of Methodist churches in Spokane, WA. 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Spokane (Wash.) -- Churches -- Periodicals.

VF 2658

Title/description: The Lapwai messenger, volume 1, number 22; 1916 May 18. Lapwai, ID. Weekly.

Subjects/keywords: Lapwai (Idaho) -- Newspapers.

VF 2660

Author: Spokane. First Methodist Episcopal Church.

Title/description: Directory, 1900. 1 volume, 84 pages. Souvenir, silver jubilee.

Notes: Smith 9753.

VF 2662

Author: Spokane. Vincent M.E. Church.

Title/description: Directory, 1898. First annual directory, Vincent Methodist Episcopal Church, Spokane, WA. Pamphlet, 56 pages.

VF 2668

Title/description: Live Hook, numbers 11/12-20/22 (lacking number 16); 1922 May 29-July 31. 8 issues. Washington State Press Association newsletter. These issues cover the time period surrounding the association's 36th annual convention, held at Washington State College, Pullman, July 14-16.

VF 2669

Author: Huntington, David L., 1870-1929.

Title/description: Depreciation (pamphlet). Third annual convention, Northwest Light and Power Association, 1910 August 26-29. 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Depreciation.

VF 2670

Author: Parkway Development Company, Clarkston.

Title/description: Parkway, Clarkston's new model residential section. Clarkston, WA, circa 1910. Brochure, 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Clarkston (Wash.) -- Description.

VF 2674

Author: Tompkins, Gilbert.

Title/description: The motor wagon and the work-horse; will the motor wagon take the place of the work-horse? Boston, Boston Work-Horse Parade Association, 1910 June. Bulletin no. 3. 30 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Automobiles -- Social aspects; Horses.

VF 2679

Author: Northern Commercial Company, San Francisco.

Title/description: The Alaska gold-fields. San Francisco, Brunt Press, circa 1902. Pamphlet, 11 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Alaska -- Description and travel; Steamboats; Mines and mineral resources -- Yukon Territory -- History -- Sources.

Notes: Probably received with the Mart Howard Papers (Cage 63).

VF 2682

Author: Pacific Northwest Conference on Banking.

Title/description: Programs of conference held annually at the State College of Washington, 1st-21st; 1937-1960.

Subjects/keywords: Banks and banking -- Congresses and conventions.

VF 2695

Title/description: Your opportunity for dairying and stock raising. Spokane, Deer Park Lumber Company, 1918. Brochure.

Subjects/keywords: Deer Park (Wash.) -- Description.

VF 2699

Author: Triplett, W.T.

Title/description: The farmers' problems; a series of letters compiled by W.T. Triplett. Spokane and Eastern Trust Company, 1923. Bound pamphlet, 60 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Economic aspects; Banks and banking.

VF 2700

Author: Knights of Pythias. Grand Lodge of Washington (State).

Title/description: Constitution and by-laws...adopted at the tenth annual convention. Olympia, State Printing and Publishing Company, 1893. Pamphlet, 36 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Friendly societies -- Washington (State).

VF 2702

Author: Washington State Metal Mining Association.

Title/description: Constitution and by-laws of the Washington State Metal Mining Association, circa 1917-1930. Pamphlet, 7 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Mineral industries -- Societies.

VF 2705

Author: The Tyee Mining and Milling Company.

Title/description: Silver-lead mining in the Coeur d'Alene Idaho. Spokane, circa 1900. Pamphlet, 22 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Mines and mineral resources -- Idaho.

VF 2711

Author: Whitman County, appellant.

Title/description: Appellants' opening brief, appeal from the judgment of the Superior Court of Whitman County in the Supreme Court of the State of Washington. Inland Empire Railroad Company, respondent, vs. Whitman County and E.B. Thompson, as Treasurer of Whitman County, appellants. Colfax, WA, 1923. Pamphlet, 39 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Railroads -- Taxation.

VF 2714

Author: Adams, Ann.

Title/description: Historical souvenir, Camas Prairie Railroad Excursion, 1960 May 15. Sponsored by the Lions Clubs of Grangeville and Lewiston, Idaho. Pamphlet, 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Camas Prairie Railroad.

VF 2716

Title/description: Ephemera, 2 items: Pullman Progressive Club, Articles of Association, undated (broadside, 1 leaf); An exposure of Kester and Kettenbach's timber frauds, signed Citizens Committee, Lewiston, ID, circa 1905 (printed handbill, 1 leaf).

Subjects/keywords: Idaho public lands; Pullman (Wash.) -- Clubs.

VF 2717

Author: Pullman Development Company (Washington).

Title/description: Prospectus for the Pullman Development Company, organized for the purpose of erecting and renting buildings, particularly a dormitory or dormitories for college students. Circa 1910. Brochure, 2 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Washington State University -- Student housing.

VF 2726

Title/description: Western Steam Fiends Souvenir Magazine. Suisun City, California, Campbell Printing Company, 1956 May. Record of the Western Steam Fields Association annual meeting, September 18, 1955, Chris Busch farm, Colton, Washington. With related correspondence and photograph of an engine taken during a later annual meeting at Yacolt, WA, 1958.

Subjects/keywords: Steam-engines -- Societies, etc.

VF 2732

Author: Newberg Enterprise, Newberg, Oregon.

Title/description: Progress edition, 1912 October 11. 32 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Newberg (Oregon) -- Newspapers.

Notes: Smith 7290.

VF 2734

Title/description: The daily news, volume 1, number 1; 1939 November 1, Pullman, WA. Mimeographed typescript, 1 sheet.

Subjects/keywords: Pullman (Wash.) -- Newspapers.

VF 2740

Author: Hopson, E.G.

Title/description: The lower Snake project, preliminary study by E.G. Hopson, being a report to the Chamber of Commerce, Pasco, Washington, 1916. Pamphlet about a proposed dam at Five Mile Rapids, about 5 miles above the mouth of the river. 9 pages. Includes a letter from Hopson to the Chamber of Commerce, 1919 January 29. Typescript (carbon), 2 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Irrigation -- Snake River Basin.

VF 2752

Title/description: Valley authorities, a special number of Governmental Affairs, volume 7, number 6; 1950 January 10, about the proposal to create a Columbia Valley Authority. Newsletter, 3 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Columbia Valley Authority; Water resources development -- Northwest, Pacific.

VF 2766

Title/description: Laws relating to the duties of election officials, by H.H. Wheeler, County Auditor, undated. Pamphlet, 11 pages. (Note: the county is not named.)

Subjects/keywords: Election law -- Washington (State).

VF 2767

Title/description: Memorial honoring the late Dr. W.J. Spillman of the United States Department of Agriculture, sometime head of the Department of Agriculture of the State College of Washington, held at the college, October 22, 1931. Mimeographed typescript, 23 pages. 2 copies.

Subjects/keywords: Spillman, William Jasper, 1863-1931; Washington State University -- Faculty -- Memorial services.

VF 2768

Author: Carver, Jonathan, 1710-1780.

Title/description: Letter from Capt. Jonathan Carver at Michillimackinac, to his wife at Montague, 1767 September 24, as published in the Boston Chronicle, 1768 February 15-22 issue. Newspaper clipping.

Subjects/keywords: Dakota Indians; United States -- Discovery and exploration.

VF 2771

Author: Northwest Electric Light and Power Association. 8th annual convention, 1915.

Title/description: Papers presented at the eighth annual convention of the Northwest Electric Light and Power Association, 1915. 7 items (pamphlets): Searing, E.D., Special features of stand-by steam power plant design and operation; Quinan, G.E., et al., Report of Overhead Line Committee; Murphy, F.H. and G.A. Kumler, Practical application of modern illumination; Simpson, L.M. and H.B. Peirce, Development of small motor and appliance load; Putnam, W.R., et al., Report of the Electric Range Committee; Greisser, V.H. and H.B. Peirce, Determination of maximum demand; Eisenmenger, H.E., The small consumer question.

Subjects/keywords: Electric power -- Addresses, essays, lectures.

VF 2772

Author: Northwest Electric Light and Power Association. 9th annual convention, 1916.

Title/description: Papers presented at the ninth annual convention of the Northwest Electric Light and Power Association, 1916. 5 items (pamphlets): Cooper, M.D., Voltage standardization; Crawford, M.T., Application of overhead line construction rules of the Public Service Commissions of the Northwest; Gunn, Arthur, The employee as the educator of the public; McArthur, Lewis, et al., Electrical operating and merchandising in small towns; Putnam, W.R., et al., Electric range report.

Subjects/keywords: Electric power -- Addresses, essays, lectures.

VF 2776

Author: Cashmere. Water Department.

Title/description: Annual detailed report, operation of Water Department, Cashmere, Washington, 1936. Typescript and printed sheets, 7 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Cashmere (Wash.) -- Water-supply.

VF 2787

Title/description: Souvenirs of Wasco Lodge No. 15, The Dalles, Oregon, Freemasons. Breakfast menu (contains history and description of The Dalles), 1920 June. Also menu of the Hazelwood Cream Store, Portland, Oregon, circa 1920 (contains information on Hazelwood, Oregon history, and tourist attractions).

Subjects/keywords: The Dalles (Oregon) -- Description; Creameries -- Portland (Oregon).

VF 2777

Title/description: Cashmere, WA, and Liberty Orchards (subject file). Includes correspondence between Clarence Gorchels of the State College of Washington Library and Liberty Orchards Company about the history of Aplets and Cotlets, 1951; McDougal, Elizabeth, The history of Mission, 1912 (typescript, carbon, 3 leaves); also miscellaneous notes and transcribed newspaper stories about the history of Cashmere and Liberty Orchards.

Subjects/keywords: Aplets; Cotlets; Confectionery; Cashmere (Wash.) -- History.

VF 2788

Title/description: Armistice Day 1919 massacre, coroner's inquest record, 1920 January 17 (reproduction of typescript from Washington State Archives, 3 leaves).

Subjects/keywords: Centralia Massacre.

VF 2808

Author: Ettinger, Ulysses L.

Title/description: Genesis of the hills [Colfax?], undated. Pamphlet with hand painted cover illustration and interior decorations. 4 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Indians -- Legends; Palouse Country -- Legends.

VF 2811

Author: American Civil Liberties Union. Pullman Area Chapter.

Title/description: Calendar 1976: Bill of Rights. Pullman, 1975. Illustrators: F. Rebecca Steever, Sally Recken, H. Clinton Keller, Louise Rose Bennett, Jon Singleton, Linda Swisher, Tjeerd Ackeman, Steve Peck, Jerry Torrey, Gaylen Hansen, Victor Moore, Jo Savage.

Subjects/keywords: Art calendars.

VF 2817

Title/description: Campaign literature for Willis E. Mahoney, candidate for the Washington State Senate, 1924. 2 items.

Subjects/keywords: Campaign literature, 1924 -- Democratic -- Washington (State); Mahoney, Willis Edward, b. 1895.

VF 2819

Title/description: There is an issue. Undated Rosalia, WA election leaflet supporting the Law and Order ticket.

Subjects/keywords: Campaign literature -- Rosalia (Wash.); Rosalia (Wash.) -- Elections.

VF 2820

Author: Washington State Good Roads Association.

Title/description: Pamphlets and programs, 1910-1936. 4 items.

Subjects/keywords: Washington State Good Roads Association -- History -- Sources; Roads -- Washington (State).

VF 2826 [location note: boxed oversize]

Author: Washington Farm Bureau Federation.

Title/description: Bulletin, numbers 1-3, 1921 October-December. 3 issues.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Periodicals; Agriculture -- Societies, etc.

VF 2828

Title/description: Wahkiakum County Farm Bureau news, volume 1, numbers 1-12; 1920 April-1921 April. 10 issues.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Periodicals; Agriculture -- Societies, etc.

VF 2829

Title/description: The Wahkiakum County Developer and Farmers' Exchange, volume 1, numbers 1-12; 1918 October-1919 September. 12 issues.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Periodicals; Agriculture -- Societies, etc.

VF 2830

Title/description: Grays Harbor County Farmers' Exchange, volume 1, numbers 2-7; 1918 July-December. 4 issues.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Periodicals; Agriculture -- Societies, etc.

VF 2831

Title/description: Grant County Farmers' Exchange, volume 1, number 8; 1918 July. 1 issue.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Periodicals; Agriculture -- Societies, etc.

VF 2832

Title/description: Walla Walla County Farmers' Exchange, volume 1, number 5-volume 2, number 8; 1918 July-1919 October. 6 issues.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture -- Periodicals; Agriculture -- Societies, etc.

VF 2833

Author: Dummeier, Edwin F., 1887-1946.

Title/description: Presentation on Pacific Northwest exports. 1929 December 4. Bound typescript, 10 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Northwest, Pacific -- Commerce.

VF 2837 [location note: boxed oversize]

Title/description: The Yakima Valley Farmer, volume 1, numbers 12-51; 1918 February 16-November 16. 34 items.

Subjects/keywords: Agriculture--Periodicals.

VF 2900

Author: Washington (State). Constitutional Revision Commission.

Title/description: Final report to Governor Daniel J. Evans, 1969 June. Reproduced typescript, 96 leaves.

Subjects/keywords: Washington (State). Constitution.

VF 2913

Author: Colton, WA. Guardian Angel School. Class of 1976.

Title/description: Colton-Uniontown "What makes these towns tick," by 8th grade class, Guardian Angel School, 1976. Bound volume, 103 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Colton (Wash.) -- History; Uniontown (Wash.) -- History.

VF 2919

Title/description: Pullman reporter: activities of the Baptist student work at Washington State College, volume 1, number 1-volume 2, number 3; 1953 September-1957 September. 6 issues.

Subjects/keywords: Church work with students; Baptists in Washington (State).

VF 2924

Author: The Spokane Falls and Northern Railway.

Title/description: Prospectus: 50 years 6 percent gold coupon bonds, to careful investors..., circa 1880. Pamphlet, 4 pages.

Subjects/keywords: Railroads -- Washington (State) -- Spokane -- History -- Sources.

Notes: Purchase, 1987.