Dating 19th century 1800 s photographs
Through such relief programs, Franklin Delano Roosevelt attempted to provide recovery for millions of Americans suffering from unemployment as a result of the Great Depression.Iimages chosen from a group of approximately 6000 photographic prints representing the work of some of the most well known architects in the Pacific Northwest.Includes a look at the recommendations for and against building the dam, images of land clearing activities by the Public Works Administration, and the dam construction itself. 1893-1906 of Puget Sound sailing vessels and ships' crews, the Alaska Gold Rush in Nome and vicinity in 1900, images of logging activities in Washington state, and San Francisco's Chinatown.
Includes pamphlets, leaflets and correspondence documenting the I. W.'s involvement in the Centralia Massacre of 1919 and general publications from the national I. A selection of original Civil War correspondence between soldiers from the battlefields and their family members and friends on the homefront.
The photographs are typical of those found in many family albums of that period and illustrate everyday family life at the turn of the century.
Images from the period 1890-1939, documenting the logging industry and other forest related activities in Washington State.
Selected architectural drawings representing regionally significant architects and designers spanning the period from the 1880’s into the 1980's.
This collection showcases design and working drawings of important examples of both historic and more contemporary residential, commercial, and public buildings in the Puget Sound region. 1888-1893 of early Seattle, especially the waterfront and street scenes, Madrona and Leschi parks, Native American hop pickers, portraits of Seattle pioneers, and the Great Seattle Fire. Items from the Robert Henry Chandless Collection of images from China, 1898-1908.