Biographical Note

Arrangement

Scope and Content

Restrictions on Access

Restrictions on Use

Inventory   [ + ]

Subject Terms

Index to correspondents in accession no. 0106-001

Index to correspondents in accession no. 0106-002


Guide to the Edmond S. Meany Papers
1877-1935



Manuscript Collection No.: 0106
Creator: Meany, Edmond S. (Edmond Stephen), 1862-1935 , creator
Title: Edmond S. Meany papers
Date Span: 1877-1935
Quantity: 71.89 cubic feet
Languages: Collection materials are in English.

Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities



Biographical Note

Edmond Stephen Meany was born December 28, 1862 in East Saginaw, Michigan. He moved west with his family, arriving in Seattle in 1877. He started studying at the Territorial University of Washington, but his education was interrupted in 1880 by the sudden death of his father, Stephen E. Meany. Meany then moved with his mother and the rest of his family to California to stay with relatives. They returned to Seattle in 1882. By holding several jobs at once, Meany was able to support his family as well as put himself through school at the Territorial University. He graduated as valedictorian in the Class of 1885, with a bachelor's degree in science, and later obtained a master's degree in science in 1889.

One of the jobs at which Meany worked during this time was newspaper delivery. He soon worked his way up in the newspaper field to become editor and publisher for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. By 1890, Meany had started his own news service called the Washington State News Bureau, and had been hired as press agent to represent Washington state at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Meany served as a state legislator in the sessions of 1891 and 1893 and he initiated legislation setting aside 355 acres to be used for the new campus of the University of Washington, as well as a bill making tuition at the University free. In 1894, Meany became the University's first registrar while also holding positions as an instructor and as secretary to the Board of Regents. He became a full professor and head of the Department of History in 1897, teaching courses in Forestry, American History and Pacific Northwest History. By studying summers at the University of Wisconsin he earned a Master of Letters degree in 1901, completing a thesis on Chief Joseph. Meany was always a friend of the Indians, and over the years became very close to Chief Joseph especially. In 1907 he traveled with Edward S. Curtis to South Dakota to do research and conduct interviews with the Indians of that area. Part of the history of the Sioux Indians in Curtis' North American Indian was written by Meany. Meany was also instrumental in having the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition located on the University's campus in 1909. This led to the clearing of portions of the new campus for the construction of buildings, some of which would later be used by the University.

Meany's activities were diverse and numerous. He was secretary of the Young Naturalist's Society, Vice President of the American Forestry Association, President of the Washington State Forestry Association and president of the Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Society. He was President of the Mountaineers from 1908 until his death in 1935, and was also founder and editor of the Washington Historical Quarterly. His specialty was Pacific Northwest history, especially Washington state history, on which he wrote several books and countless articles and speeches. Through his research and studies he became a collector of documents and photographs important to Pacific Northwest history. In 1929 he donated most of the rare and important documents which he had in his possession to the University of Washington Library.

The many honors that came to Meany during his lifetime attest to his great popularity. Mt. Meany in the Olympic Mountains and Meany Crest on Mount Rainier were named for him. The University Tower Hotel originally bore the name Hotel Edmond Meany and the University's auditorium and theatre were named for him in 1914--the first instance of a university building being named for a living person. In 1926 he was given an honorary Doctor of Laws degree by the College of Puget Sound and in 1929 he was named Chevalier of the National Order of the French Legion of Honor. President Suzzallo called Meany "Keeper of Traditions," given the rituals and traditions, such as Campus Day or the giving of the Ephebic Oath, which he initiated and helped to maintain. Edmond S. Meany, the University's "Grand Old Man," died on April 22, 1935. He has, perhaps, been the University of Washington's most influential and beloved figure, for he gave so much of himself to the cause of a great university which he considered so very important.

Arrangement

Arranged in 7 accessions:

  • Accession No. 0106-001, Edmond S. Meany papers, 1883-1935
  • Accession No. 0106-002, Edmond S. Meany papers, 1877-1935
  • Accession No. 0106-003, Edmond S. Meany book correspondence, before 1923
  • Accession No. 0106-004, Edmond S. Meany "Americanus" program, 1923
  • Accession No. 0106-005, "Washington Beloved" lyrics and arrangement, 1908, 1935
  • Accession No. 0106-006, Edmond S. Meany microfilmed letterpress copybooks, circa 1883-1935
  • Accession No. 0106-007, Edmond S. Meany's "Living Pioneers of Washington" series clippings, ca. 1915-1920

Two indexes are included after the accession listings: a name index to correspondents in accession no. 0106-001; and a name index to correspondents in accession no. 0106-002.

Scope and Content

Biographical features, correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, committee files, drawings, ephemera, maps, memoranda, minutes, programs, reports and subject series, 1877-1935.

Restrictions on Access

Open to all users, but access to portions of the papers restricted. Contact Special Collections for more information.

Restrictions on Use

Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.


Inventory

  
Accession No. 0106-001
Edmond S. Meany Papers, 1883-1935
41 cubic feet ( 119 boxes)
Scope and Content
The series entitled "Notes on the Meany Papers" includes notes on the correspondence in Boxes 10-51, recording major correspondents and topics of interest. These notes were apparently made by the person who did some organizing of the papers in 1950.
Correspondence includes Meany's letterpress books and general correspondence, arranged chronologically, with undated material arranged alphabetically.
The "Speeches and Writings" series includes a listing of all of Meany's writings in this accession; cross-references have been given when the writing is located in another series. The bibliography which Meany compiled shortly before his death is a very helpful listing of his writings, but it is not entirely complete.
This accession includes many important source documents pertaining to Meany's book, Mount Rainier, A Record of Exploration. There are interviews with early explorers of the mountain, such as Edward S. Ingraham and David Longmire, in addition to other original or unique documents. This accession also includes Meany's holograph and notecards for his Origin of Washington Geographic Names. The original correspondence collected during the preparation of this work is not in the possession of the University of Washington, but is available on microfilm in Accession No. 0106-003.
Primarily during the last twenty-five years of his life, Meany assiduously collected materials on early Washington pioneers. He amassed thousands of items, ranging from simple obituary notices to lengthy and important pioneer reminiscences contained in letters or on specially devised forms. With the help of his research assistant, Victor J. Farrar, he conducted interviews and other research. From 1916 to 1921, Meany wrote a series of articles for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer entitled "Living Pioneers of Washington." The files which he assembled came to be known as the "Meany Pioneer File." The file is no longer intact. All of the manuscript materials have been incorporated into this accession under the series entitled "Pioneer File." The remaining materials have been retained by the Special Collections Division in either their Photograph Collection or in clipping files.
In the Subject Files there are several topics which deserve mention, in particular the files on Indians, Pacific Northwest History and University of Washington History. The files on Indians primarily deal with Pacific Northwest Indians, and all of Meany's writings on these Indians have been grouped together in this series. Of particular interest are the Chief Joseph materials, including his signature and mark, and Meany's notes on interviews with Chief Joseph and others.
Meany's files on Pacific Northwest history have undergone considerable reordering. Originally the series was roughly broken into four general areas: Pacific Northwest History, Oregon History, Washington History and Seattle History. These divisions overlapped, resulting in filing ambiguities, and for this reason they have all been included under the subject heading of Pacific Northwest History. Specific topics can be easily spotted by scanning the list of folder headings.
The subject files on the University of Washington preserve records of many of the "traditions" which Meany started and preserved, such as Campus Day, Class Day, the giving of the Ephebic Oath and Lilac Day. (One of Meany's epithets was "keeper of traditions.") The files are very diverse, preserving numerous items on early University history as well as materials dealing with many early campus offices, clubs and activities. There are also several rare University imprints in the collection, such as The Junior Jag (folder 98/8) and The Quoin (folder 100/5).
The records of related organizations and individuals reflect Meany's role in numerous important activities, including the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition and the editorship of the Washington Historical Quarterly. By working with the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, he helped Seattle obtain the statue of William H. Seward, and in conjunction with the Daughters of the American Revolution he helped to secure for Loredo Taft the commission to do a statue of George Washington for the University campus. In addition to numerous other corporate activities, this accession preserves materials documenting Meany's activities with the Mountaineers, including several journals which Meany kept during the annual outings of the organization. This series also includes a few items pertaining to Meany's family.
Custodial History
After Edmond S. Meany's death in 1935, most of his papers were placed in storage and were not presented to the University until 1946. They were stored in the basement of Smith Hall for several years thereafter. In a letter to Harry C. Bauer, Director of Libraries, dated February 9, 1950 (see folder 107-4), Edmond S. Meany, Jr. discusses the gift of his father's papers to the Library. He notes that some correspondence and other files were accidentally included in a shipment of his father's books to him in Massachusetts. The papers that had remained in Seattle make up this accession.
Acquisition Info
Transferred from the History Department with the permission of the Meany family, March 12, 1969.
Other Finding Aids
See also the name index to correspondents for this accession included at the end of the finding aid.
Box/FolderDate
Notes on the Meany papers
57/1-3Notes on correspondencecirca 1950?
Scope and Content: Notes on the correspondence in boxes 10-51, recording major correspondents and topics of interest.
Box
115Note cardscirca 1950?
Scope and Content: Inventory of books and papers in Meany's library made after his death in 1935
Box/Folder
57/4Biographical Features1923-1932
Scope and Content: Includes several autobiographical sketches.
General Notes: See also: folders 88/1-15 and 89/1-15
57/5-115Bibliographies1917-1935
Scope and Content: Typescript and note cards
Letterpress books of outgoing letters
Box
1Unbound Pages1891 September 11-1892 March 7
Volume
1Volume 11892 March 9- 1893 June 3
2Volume 21894 October 16 - 1896 January 4
Volume 3
3Letters authored by Ezra Meeker1891 May 22 - 1891 August 17
3Letters authored by Meany1893 May 4 - 1894 May 27
4Volume 41896 January 18 - 1899 February 21
5Volume 51899 March 10- 1906 June 11
6Volume 61906 June 10- 1908 May 10
7Volume 71908 May 10- 1909 June 29
8Volume 81909 December 13- 1912 May 20
9Volume 91912 May 20- 1915 March 29
10Volume 101915 March 29- 1916 July 18
11Volume 111916 July 19 - 1917 October 28
12Volume 121917 October 28- 1918 November 30
13Volume 131918 November 30- 1920 May 4
14Volume 141920 May 5 - 1921 June 5
15Volume 151921 June 26- 1922 December 2
16Volume 161922 December 3- 1923 December 15
17Volume 171923 December 15 - 1926 September 28
Box
9Washington State University Historical Society1904 April 13- 1914 February 15
General Correspondence
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10/11883-19841883-1984
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38/41923 February 15-261923 February 15-26
38/51923 March 1-141923 March 1-14
38/61923 March 15-311923 March 15-31
38/71923 April 1-131923 April 1-13
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38/201923 October 17-311923 October 17-31
38/211923 November 1-141923 November 1-14
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38/231923 November 22-311923 November 22-31
38/241923 December 1-111923 December 1-11
38/251923 December 12-251923 December 12-25
38/261923 December 26-31, undated1923 December 26-31, undated
39/11924 January 1-161924 January 1-16
39/21924 January 17-231924 January 17-23
39/31924 January 24-311924 January 24-31
39/41924 February 1-131924 February 1-13
39/51924 February 14-291924 February 14-29
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39/91924 April 1-121924 April 1-12
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39/221924 September 1-151924 September 1-15
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39/241924 September 26-311924 September 26-31
39/251924 October 1-151924 October 1-15
39/261924 October 16-311924 October 16-31
39/271924 November 1-301924 November 1-30
39/281924 December 1-151924 December 1-15
39/291924 December 16-31 and undated1924 December 16-31 and undated
40/11925 January 1-121925 January 1-12
40/21925 January 13-231925 January 13-23
40/31925 January 24-311925 January 24-31
40/41925 February 1-181925 February 1-18
40/51925 February 19-281925 February 19-28
40/61925 March 1-111925 March 1-11
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40/101925 March 26-311925 March 26-31
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40/271925 December 1-91925 December 1-9
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40/291926 January 1-121926 January 1-12
40/301926 January 13-211926 January 13-21
40/311926 January 22-311926 January 22-31
41/11926 February 1-81926 February 1-8
41/21926 February 9-161926 February 9-16
41/31926 February 17-281926 February 17-28
41/41926 March 1-101926 March 1-10
41/51926 March 11-201926 March 11-20
41/61926 March 21-511926 March 21-51
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41/101926 May 1-101926 May 1-10
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41/191926 September 1-101926 September 1-10
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41/261926 November 1-91926 November 1-9
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42/31927 February 17-221927 February 17-22
42/41927 February 23-281927 February 23-28
42/51927 March 1-61927 March 1-6
42/61927 March 7-131927 March 7-13
42/71927 March 14-211927 March 14-21
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42/91927 April 1-101927 April 1-10
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42/121927 May 1-71927 May 1-7
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42/141927 May 16-181927 May 16-18
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42/241927 August 1-161927 August 1-16
42/251927 August 17-311927 August 17-31
43/11927 September 1-91927 September 1-9
43/21927 September 10-161927 September 10-16
43/31927 September 17-241927 September 17-24
43/41927 September 25-301927 September 25-30
43/51927 October 1-101927 October 1-10
43/61927 October 11-181927 October 11-18
43/71927 October 19-261927 October 19-26
43/81927 October 27-311927 October 27-31
43/91927 November 1-131927 November 1-13
43/101927 November 14-221927 November 14-22
43/111927 November 23-301927 November 23-30
43/121927 December 1-121927 December 1-12
43/131927 December 13-311927 December 13-31
43/141928 January 1-91928 January 1-9
43/151928 January 10-161928 January 10-16
43/161928 January 17-231928 January 17-23
43/171928 January 24-311928 January 24-31
43/181928 February 1-71928 February 1-7
43/191928 February 8-171928 February 8-17
43/201928 February 18-281928 February 18-28
43/211928 March 1-81928 March 1-8
43/221928 March 9-201928 March 9-20
43/231928 March 21-311928 March 21-31
43/241928 April 1-201928 April 1-20
43/251928 April 20-301928 April 20-30
44/11928 May 1-131928 May 1-13
44/21928 May 14-301928 May 14-30
44/31928 June 1-121928 June 1-12
44/41928 June 13-181928 June 13-18
44/51928 June 19-301928 June 19-30
44/61928 July 1-261928 July 1-26
44/71928 July 27-August 311928 July 27-August 31
44/81928 September 1-161928 September 1-16
44/91928 September 17-301928 September 17-30
44/101928 October 1-91928 October 1-9
44/111928 October 10-201928 October 10-20
44/121928 October 21-311928 October 21-31
44/131928 November 1-301928 November 1-30
44/141928 December 1-111928 December 1-11
44/151928 December 12-311928 December 12-31
44/161929 January 1-101929 January 1-10
44/171929 January 11-231929 January 11-23
44/181929 January 24-311929 January 24-31
44/191929 February 1-131929 February 1-13
44/201929 February 14-251929 February 14-25
44/211929 February 26-281929 February 26-28
44/221929 March 1-111929 March 1-11
44/231929 March 12-311929 March 12-31
44/241929 April 1-91929 April 1-9
44/251929 April 10-301929 April 10-30
44/261929 May 1-171929 May 1-17
44/271929 May 13-311929 May 13-31
45/11929 June 1-161929 June 1-16
45/21929 June 17-261929 June 17-26
45/31929 June 27-301929 June 27-30
45/41929 July 1-101929 July 1-10
45/51929 July 11-241929 July 11-24
45/61929 July 25-311929 July 25-31
45/71929 August 1-211929 August 1-21
45/81929 August 22-311929 August 22-31
45/91929 September 1-111929 September 1-11
45/101929 September 12-221929 September 12-22
45/111929 September 23-301929 September 23-30
45/121929 October 1-31929 October 1-3
45/131929 October 3-51929 October 3-5
45/141929 October 6-81929 October 6-8
45/151929 October 9-101929 October 9-10
45/161929 October 11-171929 October 11-17
45/171929 October 18-311929 October 18-31
45/181929 November 1-151929 November 1-15
45/191929 November 16-301929 November 16-30
45/201929 December 1-151929 December 1-15
45/211929 December 16-311929 December 16-31
45/221930 January 1-141930 January 1-14
45/231930 January 15-311930 January 15-31
45/241930 February 1-141930 February 1-14
45/251930 February 15-281930 February 15-28
46/11930 March 1-311930 March 1-31
46/21930 April 1-141930 April 1-14
46/31930 April 15-301930 April 15-30
46/41930 May 1-91930 May 1-9
46/51930 May 10-221930 May 10-22
46/61930 May 23-301930 May 23-30
46/71930 June 1-111930 June 1-11
46/81930 June 12-221930 June 12-22
46/91930 June 23-301930 June 23-30
46/101930 July 1-71930 July 1-7
46/111930 July 8-211930 July 8-21
46/121930 July 22-311930 July 22-31
46/131930 August 1-201930 August 1-20
46/141930 August 21-251930 August 21-25
46/151930 August 26-311930 August 26-31
46/161930 September 1-91930 September 1-9
46/171930 September 101930 September 10
46/181930 September 17-221930 September 17-22
46/191930 September 23-301930 September 23-30
46/201930 October 1-81930 October 1-8
46/211930 October 9-151930 October 9-15
46/221930 October 16-261930 October 16-26
46/231930 October 27-311930 October 27-31
46/241930 November 1-101930 November 1-10
46/251930 November 11-301930 November 11-30
47/11930 December 1-101930 December 1-10
47/21930 December 11-121930 December 11-12
47/31930 December 13-191930 December 13-19
47/41930 December 20-311930 December 20-31
47/51931 January 1-121931 January 1-12
47/61931 January 13-211931 January 13-21
47/71931 January 22-311931 January 22-31
47/81931 February 1-91931 February 1-9
47/91931 February 10-171931 February 10-17
47/101931 February 18-281931 February 18-28
47/111931 March 1-111931 March 1-11
47/121931 March 12-311931 March 12-31
47/131931 April 1-221931 April 1-22
47/141931 April 23-301931 April 23-30
47/151931 May 1-111931 May 1-11
47/161931 May 12-311931 May 12-31
47/171931 June 1-151931 June 1-15
47/181931 June 16-201931 June 16-20
47/191931 June 21-301931 June 21-30
47/201931 July 1-121931 July 1-12
47/211931 July 13-311931 July 13-31
47/221931 August 1-151931 August 1-15
47/231931 August 16-311931 August 16-31
47/241931 September 1-161931 September 1-16
47/251931 September 17-301931 September 17-30
47/261931 October 1-141931 October 1-14
47/271930 February 25-May 121930 February 25-May 12
Scope and Content: Attached to 1931 correspondence
47/271931 October 15-311931 October 15-31
48/11931 November 1-121931 November 1-12
48/21931 November 12-211931 November 12-21
48/31931 November 22-291931 November 22-29
48/41931 December 1-91931 December 1-9
48/51931 December 10-311931 December 10-31
48/61932 January 1-81932 January 1-8
48/71932 January 9-121932 January 9-12
48/81932 January 22-301932 January 22-30
48/91932 February 1-101932 February 1-10
48/101932 February 111932 February 11
48/111932 February 15-291932 February 15-29
48/121932 March 1-81932 March 1-8
48/131932 March 9-181932 March 9-18
48/141932 March 19-311932 March 19-31
48/151932 April 1-121932 April 1-12
48/161932 April 13-301932 April 13-30
48/171932 May 1-71932 May 1-7
48/181932 May 8-311932 May 8-31
48/191932 June 1-191932 June 1-19
48/201932 June 20-301932 June 20-30
48/211932 July 1-151932 July 1-15
48/221932 July 16-301932 July 16-30
48/231932 August 1-101932 August 1-10
48/241932 August 11-311932 August 11-31
48/251932 September 1-71932 September 1-7
48/261932 September 8-211932 September 8-21
48/271932 September 22-301932 September 22-30
49/11932 October 1-141932 October 1-14
49/21932 October 15-211932 October 15-21
49/31932 October 22-311932 October 22-31
49/41932 November 1-141932 November 1-14
49/51932 November 15-301932 November 15-30
49/61932 December 1-81932 December 1-8
49/71932 December 9-171932 December 9-17
49/81932 December 18-221932 December 18-22
49/91932 December 23-311932 December 23-31
49/101933 January 1-61933 January 1-6
49/111933 January 7-121933 January 7-12
49/121933 January 13-271933 January 13-27
49/131933 January 28-311933 January 28-31
49/141933 February 1-161933 February 1-16
49/151933 February 17-281933 February 17-28
49/161933 March 1-311933 March 1-31
49/171933 April 1-101933 April 1-10
49/181933 April 11-191933 April 11-19
49/191933 April 20-May 131933 April 20-May 13
49/201933 May 14-311933 May 14-31
49/211933 June 1-111933 June 1-11
49/221933 June 12-181933 June 12-18
49/231933 June 19-301933 June 19-30
49/241933 July 1-141933 July 1-14
49/251933 July 15-311933 July 15-31
49/261933 August 1-141933 August 1-14
49/271933 August 15-311933 August 15-31
49/281933 September 1-161933 September 1-16
49/291933 September 19-October 101933 September 19-October 10
49/301933 October 11-311933 October 11-31
50/11933 November 1-101933 November 1-10
50/21933 November 11-December 41933 November 11-December 4
50/31933 December 5-151933 December 5-15
50/41933 December 16-311933 December 16-31
50/51934 January 1-41934 January 1-4
50/61934 January 5-81934 January 5-8
50/71934 January 9-151934 January 9-15
50/81934 January 16-261934 January 16-26
50/91934 January 27-311934 January 27-31
50/101934 February 1-231934 February 1-23
50/111934 February 24-281934 February 24-28
50/121934 March 1-151934 March 1-15
50/131934 March 16-311934 March 16-31
50/141934 April 1-91934 April 1-9
50/151934 April 10-171934 April 10-17
50/161934 April 18-301934 April 18-30
50/171934 May 1-81934 May 1-8
50/181934 May 9-151934 May 9-15
50/191934 May 16-311934 May 16-31
50/201934 June 1-91934 June 1-9
50/211934 June 10-221934 June 10-22
50/221934 June 23-261934 June 23-26
50/231934 June 27-311934 June 27-31
50/241934 July 1-181934 July 1-18
50/251934 July 19-311934 July 19-31
50/261934 August 1-161934 August 1-16
50/271934 August 17-221934 August 17-22
50/281934 August 23-311934 August 23-31
50/291934 September 1-131934 September 1-13
50/301934 September 14-October 101934 September 14-October 10
50/311934 October 11-201934 October 11-20
50/321934 October 21-311934 October 21-31
51/11934 November 1-231934 November 1-23
51/21934 November 24-December 11934 November 24-December 1
51/31934 December 2-221934 December 2-22
51/41934 December 2-311934 December 2-31
51/51935 January 1-101935 January 1-10
51/61935 January 11-191935 January 11-19
51/71935 January 20-311935 January 20-31
51/81935 February 1-151935 February 1-15
51/91935 February 16-251935 February 16-25
51/101935 February 26-March 191935 February 26-March 19
51/111935 March 20-April 81935 March 20-April 8
51/121935 April 9-May 151935 April 9-May 15
51/13A-Amundated
51/14An-Biundated
51/15Bj-Bzundated
51/16C-Ciundated
51/17Cj-Co undated
51/18Cp-Dz undated
Scope and Content: Includes photocopies of all E.S. Curtis letters
51/19Ea-Ezundated
51/20Fa-Gdundated
51/21Ge-Gzundated
51/22Ha-Hiundated
51/23Hj-Hzundated
51/24Ia-Kzundated
51/25La-McDundated
51/26McE-Maundated
51/27Mb-Mzundated
51/28Na-Ozundated
51/29Pa-Pzundated
52/1Q-Rundated
52/2Sa-Seundated
52/3Sf-Szundated
52/4T-Warundated
52/5Was-University of Washington Englishundated
52/6University of Washington F-Wash. Pressundated
52/7Watson-Zundated
52/81921-19231921-1923
52/91924 January 19-December 81924 January 19-December 8
52/101924 December 10-311924 December 10-31
52/111925 January1925 January
52/121925 February1925 February
52/131925 March1925 March
52/141925 April 1-151925 April 1-15
52/151925 April 16-301925 April 16-30
52/161925 May1925 May
52/171925 June1925 June
52/181925 July1925 July
52/191925 August1925 August
52/201925 September1925 September
53/11925 October1925 October
53/21925 November 1-161925 November 1-16
53/31925 November 16-301925 November 16-30
53/41925 December1925 December
53/51926 January1926 January
53/61926 February1926 February
53/71926 March1926 March
53/81926 April1926 April
53/91926 May1926 May
53/101926 June1926 June
53/111926 July1926 July
53/121926 August1926 August
53/131926 September1926 September
53/141926 October1926 October
53/151926 November1926 November
54/11926 December1926 December
54/21927 January-March1927 January-March
54/31927 May-December1927 May-December
54/41928 January1928 January
54/51928 February1928 February
54/61928 March-April1928 March-April
54/71928 May1928 May
54/81928 June1928 June
54/91928 July1928 July
54/101928 August1928 August
54/111928 September1928 September
54/121928 October1928 October
54/131928 November1928 November
54/141928 December1928 December
54/151929 January1929 January
54/161929 February1929 February
54/171929 March1929 March
55/11929 April1929 April
55/21929 May1929 May
55/31929 June1929 June
55/41929 July1929 July
55/51929 August1929 August
55/61929 September1929 September
55/71929 October1929 October
55/81929 November1929 November
55/91929 December; undated1929 December; undated
55/101930 January1930 January
55/111930 February1930 February
55/121930 March1930 March
56/11930 April1930 April
56/21930 May1930 May
56/31930 June1930 June
56/41930 July1930 July
56/51930 August1930 August
56/61930 September1930 September
56/71930 October1930 October
56/81930 November1930 November
56/91930 December1930 December
56/101931 January1931 January
56/111931 February1931 February
56/121931 March1931 March
56/131931 April1931 April
56/141931 May1931 May
56/151931 June1931 June
56/161931 July1931 July
56/171931 August1931 August
56/181931 September1931 September
56/1919321932
56/201933-19351933-1935
57/6-15A-Richardson1892-1935
58/1-4Rockefeller-Y; unidentified1892-1935
58/5-11Greeting and calling cards 1908-1934
Scope and Content: Many of the calling cards are in reference to Meany's auto accident in 1929.
58/12Invitations1904-1932
58/13Registered letter receipts1893-1908
Speeches and writings
General Notes: Cross references are given for writings which appear in other series.
Articles and speeches
59/1"Alaska, Territory of"undated
"Alaskan Mummies"1906
General Notes: See folder 84/3
59/2"Alexander Hamilton and Other Unrewarded Americans"1891
59/3"American Commission for Chinese Education"1906
59/4"Among Puget Sound Evergreens"undated
59/5"Arthur A. Denny"1926
59/6"Attempt to Appraise the Present Period in an Epoch in Human History"undated
"Attu and Yakutat Basketry"1903
General Notes: See folder 84/4
59/7-8"Background of Our State Government"undated
"Beauties of Washington"1926
General Notes: See folder 53/8
"Big Logs Given Free"1892
General Notes: See folder 109/1
59/9"Brief History of Washington"1927
"Calispels Ask to Retain their Land"1905
General Notes: See 84/5
"Canoe Cedar has Served Man Since Stone Age"1905
General Notes: See folder 84/6
59/10"Census Facts and Errors"1930
59/11"Chart of the Principal Officers of the United States Government" (proposed)1908
59/12"Citizenship"undated
59/13"College Chimes on the Pacific Coast"1911
59/14"The Coming City of Puget Sound"1929
59/15"Curtis [Edward] Obtains Rare Plates"1907
59/16"Diary of Wilkes in the Northwest"1926
59/17"Diplomacy in the Pacific"undated
59/18"Don't Judge Too Harshly; They are only Boys"1912
59/19"Dr. Saugrain Helped Lewis and Clark"1931
59/20"Earliest Impressions of Northwestern Scenery"undated
59/21"An Early Character of Old Oregon"undated
59/22"Early Education"1905
"Early History of Spokane Given by Edmond S. Meany"1923
General Notes: See folder 84/7
59/23"Efficiency and War"1915
59/24"The Eskimo Loves Pictures"undated
59/25"An Evolution of Educational Independence"1914
"Ferry, Elisha Peyre"
General Notes: See folder 72/59
59/26"Fauntleroy and Davidson"1928
59/27"First American Settlement on Puget Sound"1917
General Notes: See also: folder 76/37
59/28"First Pioneer Homes on Puget Sound"1929
59/29"Fishes of Oregon and Idaho"1898
59/30"Forestry"1903
59/31"Forestry" (different from above)1903
59/32"Forestry Legislation and Government Control of Forests"1893
59/33"Geographical Contest between Washington and King George III"1906
59/34"Henry Villard's Aid to Education" (source materials)1935
59/35"Historic Sketch" (on the early history of Seattle)undated
59/36"History of Education in Washington"1899
59/37"History of International Arbitration"1906
59/38"History of Our Own State in the Schools"undated
59/39"Honor for Captain Robert Gray"undated
59/40"In Memory of Allen Carpe"circa 1930
59/41"In Memory of John H. McGraw"1910
"Indian Names in State of Washington"1906
General Notes: See folder 84/8
"Indian Names in Washington"1908
General Notes: See folder 84/9
"Indian Names of Washington"1905
General Notes: See folder 84/10
"Indian School at Fort Spokane"1905
General Notes: See folder 84/11
59/42"Influence of the Pacific Ocean"undated
59/43"Is Alaska a District or a Territory?" 1911
General Notes: Pages missing
59/44"Japan and America"undated
"Kentucky Coffee Tree (Gymnocladus dioica)"
General Notes: See folder 107/2
59/45"Lafayette"1924
"Last Lake Union Indians"1898
General Notes: See folder 84/12
60/1"Last Survivor of the Oregon Mission of 1840"1907
"Legends, Traditions and Present Conditions of Lummi Indians"1905
General Notes: See folder 84/13
60/2"Limitations of Nationalism and the Dawn of New Internationalism"1916
60/3"Lincoln Esteemed Washington" (as subject)1933
60/4"Literature of the Pacific Northwest"undated
60/5"Living Pioneers of Washington" (as subject)1915
General Notes: See also Pioneer File for individual articles
60/6"Local History and the State"1906
60/7"A Lost Kipling Poem"1899-1922
"Memorial Seat at Sluskin Falls"1919
General Notes: See 107/15
60/8"Morton Matthew McCarver, Frontier City Builder"1909
60/9"Mount Rainier"undated
60/10"Mount Rainier in Indian Legends"1930
60/11"The Muckleshoots' Queer Reservation"1905
General Notes: See also: folder 84/14
"Mysteries of the Deep"1893
General Notes: See also: folder 109/1
60/12"The Name of Mount Robson a Puzzle"1928
"Name of the American War of 1861-1865"1910
General Notes: See folders 103/17-23
60/13"Native Patriotism of Japanese"1912
60/14"Nearer, My God, to Thee"1912
60/15"A New Lincoln Portrait Discovered"1914
60/16-17"A New Vancouver Journal on the Discovery of Puget Sound by a Member of the Chatham's Crew" (Meany as editor)1915-1926
60/18"Old Legislative Journals"1897
"Opportunities for Linguistic Research Among the Indians of the State of Washington"undated
General Notes: See folder 84/15
60/19"The Oregon Question, an Evolution of Peace"undated
60/20"Our Constitutions, National and State" 1925
Scope and Content: 'National' by A. J. Cloud; 'State' by Meany
60/21"Pacific Dogwood (Cornus Nuttallii)"1904
60/22"The Pacific Northwest"1925
60/23"The Pacific Northwest" undated
Scope and Content: (outline; different from above)
60/24"Pine Ridge, South Dakota "1907
60/25"The Professor Abroad during his Vacation"1899
"Present Conditions at the University of Washington"
General Notes: See folder 73/42
60/26-27"A Prophecy Fulfilled"1920-1921
"Pronunciation of Indian Names"undated
General Notes: See 84/16
"Puyallups and Nisqually Indians"1905
General Notes: See 84/17
60/28"Reindeer in Alaska"undated
60/29"Revival of the Home Library"undated
"The Rise and Fall of Campus Day"
General Notes: See 97/13
60/30"The San Juan Islands"1927
60/31"Seattle of the Past"undated
60/32"Seattle's Banking Business"1890
60/33"Seattle's First Half-Century 1853-1903"1903
60/34"Seattle's Needs"undated
"Show Your Iron Ore"1892
General Notes: See folder 109/1
"Signing of the Declaration of Independence"1926
General Notes: See folder 53/10
60/35"The State University and the People of Washington"1913
"Story of Seattle's Nearest Indian Neighbors"1905
General Notes: See folder 84/18
"Studying Alaska Burial Customs"1902
General Notes: See folder 84/19
60/36"Sweet Smelling Leaves (Achlys triphylla)"1899
"Swinomish Indians a Composite of Many Tribes and Bands"1905
General Notes: See folder 84/20
61/1"Taft's Statue of Washington"1917
"Ten Indian Treaties"1897
General Notes: See folder 84/21
"Three Diplomats Prominent in the Oregon Question"1914
General Notes: See folder 104/1
61/2"The Towns of the Pacific Northwest were not Founded on the Fur Trade"undated
61/3"Three Cities of Washington: Origin of their Names"1922
61/4"Two Fundamentals of History"1905
61/5"Two Studies in the History of the Pacific Northwest"1909
61/5"The Towns of the Pacific Northwest were not Founded on the Fur Trade"
61/5"Morton Matthew McCarver, Frontier City Builder"
61/6-7"The Ulster County Gazette"1924-1931
Scope and Content: Includes reprints of the Ulster County Gazette, January 4, 1800
"The University and the People of Washington"
General Notes: See folder 74/17
61/8"Use for China's $20,000,000 Indemnity"1906
61/9"Washington [State]"1904
Scope and Content: This article and the following three were written for various encyclopedias and are all different.
61/10"Washington [State]"undated
61/11"Washington (State)"1921?
61/12"Washington, State of"1921?
61/13"Washington, the 'Evergreen State'" revised for the Encyclopedia Britannica by Franklin H. Hooper)1928
61/14"Washington and the State Named for Him"undated
61/15-19"Washington from Life" (as subject)1930-1933
Scope and Content: Consists mostly of correspondence originally placed in binders by Meany
Arrangement: Meany's original order has been preserved.
"Washington Redmen who Helped Palefaces in War"1905
General Notes: See folder 84/22
61/20"Washington Women Writers"1898
61/21"Washington's Birthday"1934
61/22; 62-1"Washington's First Constitution, 1878 and Proceedings of the Convention" (Meany editor with John T. Condon)1919
Box
115, 116"Western Proverbs" (a series of proverbs published anonymously in the Daily)1912-1913
Box/Folder
62/2"What is Education"undated
62/3"What Presidents Do after Leaving Office"1929
"When American Colonies Reached the Pacific"
General Notes: See folder 76/37
62/4"When Early Settlers Built Blockhouse Forts"undated
62/5"When Puget Sound was Discovered"1929
62/6"When Uncle Sam First Surveyed Puget Sound"1929
62/7"The Work of a Year in Natural History" 1898
Scope and Content: Series of fourteen articles
"Yakimas Present Many Problems"1905
General Notes: See folder 84/23
62/8"Years of Our Presidents, as told by Meany"1929
62/9Untitled work on Scott C. Bone and Ezra Meekerundated
62/10Untitled eulogy on Frederic James Grantundated
62/11Untitled works on early Seattle and Washington State Historyundated
62/12Untitled speech on George Washingtonundated
62/13Miscellaneous untitled articles or speeches1904-1923
Book Reviews
62/14Burpee, L. J., ed., Journal of Larocque from the Assiniboine to Yellowstone, 1805 and Journal of the Yukon, 1847-1848 by Alexander Hunter Murray1911
62/15Hodges, L. K., ed., Mining in the Pacific Northwest 1897
62/16Lyman, William Denison, The Columbia River: Its History, Its Myths, Its Scenery, Its Commerce 1910
62/17Smith, James Allen, The Spirit of American Government 1907
62/18Snowden, Clinton A., History of Washington, the Rise and Progress of an American State 1909
62/19Walkinshaw, Robert B., On Puget Sound 1930
62/20Wickersharn, James, Bibliography of Alaskan Literature 1929
Books
62/21 Documentary History of the Nation (proposed)circa 1908
62/22 Documentary History of the States (outlines)1913
62/23 Governors of Washington 1915-1916
62/24-25 History of the State of Washington 1909
Scope and Content: Includes publisher's agreement, holograph of chaper 32, and corrected galley proof.
Mount Rainier, A Record of Exploration
62/26Publisher's agreement, gift letters, lists of sponsors, etc.1916-1917
62/27Holograph1909
63/1Corrected Galley Proof1909
Source Materials
63/2Flett, J. B., account of his first trip to Mount Rainier in 1894undated
63/2Ingraham, Edward S. "Origin of Some Mount Rainier Names" 1915
Scope and Content: Interview by Victor J. Farrar
63/2"Then and Now"undated
63/2Longmire, David 1915
Scope and Content: Interview by Victor J. Farrar
63/2Mathes, Francois F., Greeting to Mountaineersundated
63/3Piper, Charles V., "The Flora of Mount Rainier"undated
63/4Sarvant, H. M., account of trip to Mount Rainier in 18941915
63/4Sluiskin's Warning (in Chinook Jargon and in translation)undated
63/5Van Trump, P. B., "Mount Rainier's Three Historic Native Guides"1915
63/5Willis, Bailey, "Explorations in the Early Eighties"undated
63/5Unidentified author's account of the naming of "Columbia Crest"undated
63/6Photocopies and typescript copies of other sources used1916
63/7Botanical and geographical lists and notes, etc.undated
63/8Reviews1917
63/9-10 Mountain Campfires 1911
Origin of Washington Geographic Names
63/11Incoming Letters1914-1921
Holograph1923
63/12-16Preface, A-Cy
64/1-12D-R
65/1-3S-V
65/4Legislation concerning Washington Geographic Names1917, undated
65/5Notes1923-1925
Notecardscirca 1923
Box
112A-G
113H-Point Treble
114Point Turner-Z
Box/Folder
65/6Miscellany1916-1923
65/7-12 United States History for Schools (holograph)1910-1912
Vancouver's Discovery of Puget Sound
66/1Publisher's agreement, etc.1906
66/2-3Holograph1907
66/4-7Typescript1907
66/8-9, 67/1Galley Proofs1907
67/2Source Materials1903
Scope and Content: Includes copies of admiralty reports, memoranda, muster tables and other materials.
67/3Maps and Photosundated
Washington Constitutional Convention Proceedings (unpublished) 1935
67/4Suggestions for a Prospectus, Historical Background, Contents, etc.
67/5-13, 68/1-4Typescript copies of the "Minute Book" (edited and unedited)
68/5-6Accounts of the Proceedings in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer
68/7 Western Miniatures (unpublished)circa 1906
67/8Editorials
67/8"America's Glowing Chance"1917
67/8"Brazil and the War"1917
67/8"Duties of the Home"1917
67/8"The Mountaineers"1917
67/8"Pacific Military Highway"1917
67/8"Pacifists of Other Days"1917
67/8"Paper Pulp from Alaska"1917
67/8"Selective Conscription"1917
67/8"State's Militant History"1917
67/8"Subjective Patriotism"1917
67/8"That Treaty of 1799"1917
67/8"Welcome to Colonel Hayden"1917
Introduction, The American Fur Trade by Hiram Martin Chittenden
General Notes: See folder 71/70
68/9Map, "Map of Territory in Original Oregon Controversy"undated
68/10Pageant, "Washingtonia, A Pageant in Ten Scenes" (proposed)undated
Poems
68/11"Mount Rainier Encircled with Verse" (collection of poems)1915
68/12A Mountain Campfire (collection of poems)1909
General Notes: See also: folders 63/9-10
68/13"The Service Flag"1918
68/14"Thou State of Smiling Waters and the Tall Fir Tree" (as subject)1913
68/15"Washington Beloved"1907-1932, 1959
68/16-18, 69/1-4Class Poems1906-1934
69/5Poems under the pseudonym "Stephan English"1902
69/6-15Unsorted manuscripts, typescripts and printed copies1906-1932
69/16Student Papers, "The Liberty and the Free Soil Parties"1899
Syllabi
69/17"The American Colonies, the Revolution and the Constitution"undated
70/1"The Pacific Northwest"1927
70/2116Notes and notecards1909-1933
Scope and Content: Mostly contains lists of people to whom Meany gave his poems or books
Speeches and writings of Others
70/3Barry, J. Neilson1933
70/3Benson, H. K.1915
70/3Bowman, J. N., "The Pacific Northwest and the Pacific Ocean"1908
70/4Burgess, John W., The Sanctity of Law (as subject)1927
70/5Cobb, John N., "Fisheries of Puget Sound"1929
70/6Coe, Alice Rollit, Lyrics of Fir and Foam 1908
70/7Dee, Minnie Roof, "Whitman's Ride" (song)1923
70/7Donovan, J. J.1931
70/7Elliott, T. C.1929
70/8Farquhar, Francis P. and Mildred P. Ashley, "A List of Publications relating to the Mountains of Alaska"1934
70/9Gandil, Viggo, "Germany's Aims"1914, 1934
70/10Geithmann, Harriet1932
70/10Graham, Frederick E.1929
70/11Hale, Edward E.1929-1930
70/12Hart, Albert Bushnell1910-1918
70/13Higginson, Ella1902-1904
70/14Hodder, F. H.1924
70/14Hunter, Byron1909
70/14Jameson, J. Franklin1914
70/14Jordan, David Starr1895-1913
70/15Kahn, Otto H.1918-19
70/16Landes, Henry
"The Origin of the Islands of Puget Sound"1929
"Washington"1898
"When Puget Sound was Filled with Ice"1929
"The White Bearded Volcanoes of Our Mountains"1929
70/17Mackie, Ransom A.1915
70/17Martin, Charles E., "Professors Go to School"1927
70/17Mercier, Cardinal1918
70/17Miller, Robert C., "Birds and their Songs and Calls"1929
70/18Penrose, Stephen B. L.1906
70/19Piper, C. V.1897, undated
70/20Prosch, Thomas W., "The Military Roads of Washington Territory"undated
70/21Prosch, Virginia McCarver, "The Beginning of Congregationalism in Tacoma"1908
70/22Prosser, William F., "The Anglo-Saxon, a destructive Race"undated
70/23Rigg, George B., "Flowers and Ferns of the Puget Sound Country"1929
70/23Sayre, J. Willis1924
70/23Smith, Harlan I.1906-1918
70/23Sweet, Paul1929
70/24Tanner, H. B.1926
70/24Teggart, Frederick J.1928
70/24Thorndike, Lynn1928
70/25Turner, Frederick Jackson
70/25"The Harvard Commission on Western History"1912
70/25"The West and American Ideals"1914
70/26Wiley, Lola King, "Ramage Press -- 913"1932
70/27Winkenwerder, Hugo, "The Forests of Puget Sound"1929
70/27Wright, John Kirtland1929
70/27Author Unidentifiedundated
70/28-31Poems (many by members of the Mountaineers)1905-1931
Pioneer File
71/1General Correspondence1916-1933
Pioneers1854-1935
71/2Abernathy, George and family
71/3Adams, J.
71/4Alexander, Abraham and John
71/5Allen, Edward Jay
71/6Ames, E.S.
71/7Anderson, Alexander Jay
71/8Anderson, Patton
71/9Andrews, Judge R.
71/10Ankeny, Levi and Ina
71/11Bagley, Clarence Booth
71/12Baker, D.S.
71/13Barlow, Addie
71/14Barnard, Grace G.
71/15Barnard, Marjorie
71/16Beach, C.E.
71/17Beall, Thomas B.
71/18Beals, Walter B.
71/19Bell, Oliver N.
71/20Bernard, W.E.
71/21Bigelow, Mrs. D.R.
71/22Biles, John
71/23Bisset, Clark Prescott
71/24Blackburn, John T.
71/25Bogart, Nancy M.
71/26Bonney, Lyman Walter
71/27Boren, Carson D.
71/28Borst, Mrs.
71/29Borzone, Frank
71/30Boulet, John Baptist
71/31Bowis (?), Charles
71/32Brookes, A.M.
71/33Brooks, Quincy A.
71/34Brown, Beriah
71/35Brown, D.W.
71/36Brown, Mrs. Royden V.
71/37Bryan, Edjar
71/38Buchanan, Charles M.
71/39Buck, Franklin A.
71/40Bucklin, E.S.
71/41Bulfinch, Charles
71/42Bullard, George W.
71/43Burke, Thomas
71/44Burlingame, Isaac
71/45Bush, Dan W.
71/46Bush, L.L.
71/47Butler, Nicholas Murray
71/48Byle, M.J.
71/49Byles, Martha (Rosmond)
71/50Calhoun, Scott
71/51Calligan, Robert H.
71/52Calvert, G.
71/53Camehl, J.A.
71/54Campbell, John V.
71/55Cann, Thomas H.
71/56Caraher, Michael
71/57Carmack, George W.
71/58Carr, Henrietta
71/59Carr, Mrs. U.A.
71/60Casey, Silas
71/61Chadwick, Stephen J.
71/62Chambers, Thomas
71/63Chan, E.C.
71/64Chandler, W.M.
71/65Cheasty, Edward C.
71/66Chilberg, Andrew
71/67Chilberg, J.E.
71/68Chilberg, Nelson
71/69Chilcoot, Joseph T.
71/70Chittenden, H.M.
71/71Church, Judah
71/72Clark, Zerelda H.
71/73Clements, Mary
71/74Coe, Henry C.
71/75Coe, James R.
71/76Coffman, Harry C.
71/77Coffman, Noah B.
71/78Coffman, William M.
71/79Cole, George E.
71/80Comegys, Henry C.
71/81Condon, John Thomas
71/82Condon, R.M.
71/83Conner, Louisa Ann
71/84Conners, Mrs. Maria W.
71/85Conover, Douglas C.
71/86Contois, James
71/87Cook, A. G.
71/88Cook, Francis H.
71/89Cook, Joseph and Susan Isabelle (Walker)
71/90Coombs, S. F.
71/91Coonc, David M.
71/92Cornell, Mrs. Sabra (Stone)
72/1Cosgrove, Samuel Godlove
72/2Coupe, George M.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/3Cowden, Mr. and Mrs. H.
72/4Cowen, Edward D.
72/5Crawford, Samuel LeRoy
72/6Crockett, Hugh and Rachel
72/7Crockett, Samuel B. (Matilda)
72/8Crockett, Samuel D.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/9Crow, Joseph W.
72/10D'Arcy, Cyrus A.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/11Davidson, George
72/12Davis, Andrew J.
72/13Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H.
72/14Davis, Luther J.
72/15Davis, W. H.
72/16Day, Ivy E. (Mrs. F. R.)
72/17Dean, Benjamin F.
72/18Dean, Francis
72/19Delany, Mrs. Matilda Jane Sayer
72/20de Mattos, James Paterson
72/21Denny, Arthur A. and family
72/22Denny, David T.
72/23Denny, Grace G.
72/24Denny, Henry L.
72/25Denny, John William
72/26Denny, Margaret Lenora
72/27Denny, Orion O.
72/28Denny, Roland H.
72/29Denny, Rosamond S.
72/30de Rouge, E.
72/31Dines, John and Isabella V.
72/32Dixon, Robert Louis
72/33Donovan, John Joseph
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/34Dose, C. P. and Ida
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/35Drew, Fred
72/36Driggs, Mrs. Fanny Lake (Granville B.)
72/37Drumheller, Daniel M.
72/38Drumheller, Joseph
72/39Dudley, George S. and wife
72/40Dunbar, Clara White
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/41Durfler, Martin
72/42Dwelley, Joseph Franklin
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/43Ebey, Isaac Newton
72/44Ede, Mrs. S. M.
72/45Edsen, Colonel Edward P.
72/46Edwards, John W.
72/47Eells, Edwin
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/48Eells, Walter Crosley
72/49Elder, George and Isabella
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/50Eldridge, Hugh
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/51Elliott, T. C.
72/52Engle, Flora A. P.
72/53Erickson, Gerhard
72/54Eubank, Paul C.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/55Ewart, James
72/56Fairweather, Hanford W.
72/57Fares, Joseph
72/58Ferguson, Clark
72/59Ferry, Elisha Peyre
72/60Flanders, Alvan
72/61Fleming, Matthew
72/62Fletcher, Almond H.
72/63Flint, Christian W.
72/64Ford, Charles B.
72/65Ford, Luther M. and wife
72/66Foster, Mrs. George H.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
72/67Foster, John O.
72/68Fowler, Andrew Jackson
72/69Frazier, Washington Pierce
72/70Frost, Mary Penny
73/1Frost, Robert
73/2Frostad, Knut Peterson
73/3Frye, George Frederick
73/4Galliher, Miles and Sarah
73/5Garfielde, Selucius
73/6Gash, Frederick
73/7Gatch, Thomas Milton
73/8George, Skookum
73/9George, Cassandra (Eckler)
73/10George, Melvin C. Judge
73/11Gholson, Richard Dickerson
73/12Gholson, Mrs. L.
73/13Gilbreath, Margaret H.
73/14Gill, Franklin
73/15Gill, John K.
73/16Gillespie, John W.
73/17Gilman, Frank P.
73/18Gilman, L. C.
73/19Gilmore, Captain David
73/20Glinn, Marshall
73/21Goldmyer, William
73/22Gordon, Charles Edward
73/23Graham, David
73/24Graham, Walter
73/25Grant, Frederick J.
73/26Graves, Russell C.
73/27Greene, Reverend Samuel
73/28Griffin, Frank
73/29Griggs, Hert S.
73/30Griswold, Mrs. Theresa H. (Dr. W. S.)
73/31Gross, Ellis H.
73/32Guye, Mrs. E. W. P.
73/33Gwydir, R. D.
73/34Hall, John H.
73/35Halloran, Patrick
73/36Hanford, Clarence
73/37Hanford, Cornelius
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
73/38Harding, Jacob
73/39Harper, Martin V.
73/40Harrington, William Shaw and wife
73/41Harris, Elizabeth M.
73/42Hartley, Roland H.
73/43Hastie, Thomas Pier
73/44Hauptly, Jacob
73/45Hauser, A. E.
73/46Hawley, Julia Hulburt
73/47Hay, Marion E.
73/48Hayden, Mary Jane
73/49Haywood, Albert
73/50Henry, Anson G. and Dudley S. B.
73/51Henry, Eliza B.
73/52Herrmann, Virginia M. (Hancock) (Grainger)
73/53Hewitt, Fannie and Lucile (daughter of C. C.)
73/54Hewitt, Rosetta (widow of Thomas)
73/55Hicks, Gwin
73/56Hicks, India Ann
73/57Hicks, U. G.
73/58Hill, George A.
73/59Hill, James J.
73/60Hill, Jeanette G.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
73/61Hill, Nathaniel D.
73/62Hill, Samuel
73/63Himes, George H.
73/64Himes, Judson W.
73/65Hinckley, Timothy Duane
73/66Hollingsworth, H. S.
73/67Holmes, Henry Elliott
73/68Homes, Marcus M.
73/69Hood, James A.
73/70Hooper, Miles Morrison
73/71Horton, Dexter
73/72Howard, Henry C.
73/73Hoyt, John P.
73/74Hoyt, Captain Samuel Adams
73/75Huelsdonk, John
73/76Huggins, Edward
73/77Hughes, Rosilla (widow of William C.)
73/78Hunsaker, Jacob
73/79Hunt, Leigh
73/80Huntington, Chandler
73/81Huntington, Mrs. Edwin R.
73/82Huntington, John
73/83Ingraham, Edward S.
73/84Ivy, Charles G.
73/85Izett, John M.
74/1Jackson, Cynthia
74/2Jackson, Henry
74/3Jackson, John R.
74/4Jackson, Mary A.
74/5Jacobs, Orange
74/6James, John R.
74/7Jenkins, Jennie G.
74/8Jenkins, John L.
74/9Johns, Mary J.
74/10Johnson (?), Forest
74/11Johnson, Professor Orson Bennett
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/12Jones, Marvin F.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/13Jones, Orrin
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/14Jones, Wesley L.
74/15Judson, Phoebe
74/16Judson, Stephen
74/17Kane, Thomas Franklin
74/18Karr, Abigail Boutwell (Walker)
74/19Karshner, Cordelia M.
74/20Keen, Captain James W.
74/21Kelley, William B.
74/22Kellogg, Gardner
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/23Kellogg, Lucien E.
74/24Kelsey, H. E.
74/25Kelso, John B.
74/26Kincaid, William M.
74/27Kineth, Jane A. (Carter)
74/28King, Clinton H.
74/29Klement, Otto
74/30Koontz, Anna
74/31Kreidel, Damuel
74/32La Du, James B.
74/33LaFollette, William L.
74/34Lancaster, Columbia
74/35Layton, Chandler
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/36Leach, Calista A. Lovejoy
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/37Leary, Eliza Ferry
74/38Leonard, Amy Elizabeth
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/39Levy, H. E.
74/40Liabo, Oliver O.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/41Lindsley, Addison Alexander
74/42Lindsley, Mary Maria
74/43Lister, Ernest
74/44Livingston, Henry
74/45Lockley, Fred
74/46Long, Robert (and twin sister Mrs. Sarah M. Ross)
74/47Longfellow, John E.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/48Longmire, David
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/49Lotzgesell, Verna
74/50Low, Alonzo
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/51Luark, Marcellus Joseph
74/52Ludden, Dr. A.
74/53Lutkens, Charles
74/54Lyman, William Denison
74/55Lyon, John M.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/56Maclnnes, Donald
74/57Macleary, Annie Frost
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/58Maherer, Fannie Low
74/59Mahler, J. H.
74/60Manring, Benjamin F.
74/61Maple, Jacob and family
74/62Mason, Allen C.
74/63Matheny, David Layson
74/64Mathews, Francis
74/65Mattson, Captain John August
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
74/66Maxon, Hamilton J. G.
74/67Maynard, David S.
74/68McArdle, L. D.
74/69McCombs, James
74/70McDermoth, Charles
74/71McDonald, Archibald
74/72McDonald, Joseph Lane
74/73McElroy, Harry B.
74/74McElroy, James F. and Matt J.
74/75McGill, H. M.
75/1McKay, Charles
75/2McMicken, Maurice
75/3McMullen, Fayette
75/4McNaught, James
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
75/5McNeal, Matilda Elizabeth
75/6McReavy, John
75/7Meeker, Ezra
75/8Meigs, George A.
75/9Mercer Family
75/10Merrit, Josiah (Uncle Si)
75/11Metcalf, James B.
75/12Meyers, Mary Elizabeth
75/13Miller, George R. H.
75/14Miller, Philip
75/15Miller, R. J.
75/16Mires, Austin E.
75/17Missourians
75/18Monohon, Martin
75/19Montgomery, Robert
75/20Moore, C. M.
75/21Moore, Janet Shotwell
75/22Moore, Philip D.
75/23Moran, Robert
75/24Moran, Sherman
75/25Morgan, Minerva J.
75/26Morrison, Michael D.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
75/27Morse, Captain George W.
75/28Munday, Charles F.
75/29Munson, Emily T.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
75/30Murphy, John Miller
75/31Nelson, Olaf
75/32Newberry, W. S. and wife
75/33Niemeyer, Charles and Isabell
75/34Northrup, Benson L.
75/35Noyes, Melissa (Longfellow)
75/36O'Brien, Terrance
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
75/37O'Dea, Edward J.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
75/38Oeconomacos, Nicholas
75/39Offield, James W.
75/40Oldfield, James
75/41Oliphant, Judge E. P.
75/42Oliver, William Forrest
75/43Osborn, Eben S.
75/44Owen, Laurence Chester
75/45Packard, Clayton H.
75/46Page, Thomas Percival and wife, Francis Ellen Gale
75/47Painter, Joseph C.
75/48Parker, Colonel Frank J.
75/49Parker, John and wife
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
75/50Parkhurst, Harriet E.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
75/51Patton, Mrs. H. W.
75/52Payn, Elias J.
75/53Peabody, George
75/54Pease, Hiram Henry
75/55Peterson, Henry Lard and wife, Mary
75/56Peterson, William H.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
75/57Phelps, E. D.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
75/58Phillips, Albert A. and Ellen G.
75/59Phillips, Marion
75/60Pickering, William
75/61Pickett, La Salle Corbell (widow of the late General George C.)
75/62Pigott, Henry C. and Pingrii, Frank H.
75/63Pinkham, Albert Smith
75/64Piper, Charles Vancouver
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
75/65Piper, Edgar B.
75/66Platt, Hamilton
75/67Pollock, Adelaide L.
75/68Pontius, Frank A.
75/69Porter, Nathan
75/70Powell, Leonard Jackson
75/71Power, James
75/72Prather, Thomas
75/73Priest, Arthur R.
75/74Pringle, Clark Spencer and Catherine Sager
75/75Prosch, Thomas W.
75/76Pulsifer, P. O.
75/77Pumphrey, William H.
75/78Randall, Matt
75/79Randolph, Simon Peter
79/80Reeve, Helen
75/81Reeves, Lucy B.
75/82Reeves, Rollin Joseph
75/83Reid, John L.
75/84Richmond, Frank
75/85Rickey, John
75/86Rinehart, William Vance
75/87Roberts, Frederick
76/1Roberts, George (of Forest, Lewis County)
76/2Robinson, Ira
76/3Robinson, Captain Ruel
76/4Rohn, John J.
76/5Ronald, Judge James T.
76/6Rosenthal, Gustave
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/7Roth, Charles I.
76/8Roundtree, Patrick Henry
76/9Royal, Tirzah B.
76/10Rudene, J. O.
76/11Runnels, George W.
76/12Russell, W. X.
76/13Sackman (Sachman) Daniel J.
76/14Salomon, Edward S.
76/15Sarjent, Lucinda
76/16Schoenfeld, Herbert A. and wife
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/17Scott, Harvey W.
76/18Scott, Mary Isabell
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/19Seattle, Suquamish Chief
76/20Seavey, Llewellyn T.
76/21Seehorn, Billy
76/22Semple, Eugene
76/23Settle, Marietta (Marletta)
76/24Seymour, William Byron
76/25Shaner, Daniel
76/26Sharpe, Thomas
76/27Shaser, Daniel Franklin
76/28Shaser, Winfield Scott
76/29Shelley, Joseph
76/30Shelton, E. M.
76/31Shelton, Lewis D. W.
76/32Shidler, James F. and wife
76/33Shorey, Oliver C.
76/34Shoudy, John A. and Mary Ellen (Stewart)
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/35Show, Daniel
76/36Siler, Judson S.
76/37Simmons, Michael Troutmann, Jr. and family
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/38Simpson, Saul
76/39Sinclair, Mary Low
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/40Sisson, Edgar Allen
76/41Skaling, Will H.
76/42Skidmore, John N.
76/43Slater, John and wife
76/44Slaughter, William A.
76/45Smith, Charles Jackson
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/46Smith, Everett
76/47Smith, Ezra Leonard
76/48Smith, James Andrew
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/49Sorensen, Soren
76/50Spaulding, Charles M.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/51Spalding, Mary Catherine
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/52Spencer, Lincoln D. and wife
76/53Spinning, B. M.
76/54Spinning, Charles Hadley
76/55Spinning, Frank R.
76/56Spithill, Alexander
76/57Splawn, Andrew Jackson (Jack)
76/58Squire, Watson C.
76/59Stampfler, Jules Herman
76/60Standley, J. E.
76/61Stark, Elizabeth Lydia (Clark)
76/62Starr, Frederick
76/63Starrett, George E.
76/64Stephens, Thomas H.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/65Stephens, William
76/66Sternberg, Katharina Fredericka Sophia
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/67Stevens, Hazard
76/68Stevens, Isaac Ingalls
76/69Steward, Alexander Bruce
76/70Stillman, Henry R.
76/71Stillman, Jay
76/72Strange, Ferdinand Gresham
76/73Stringer, Susan Mary (Murphy)
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.hy
76/74Strong, William
76/75Struve, Henry G.
76/76Stuart, Elbridge Amos
76/77Stubbs, Robert S.
76/78Surber, William H. (Joe)
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/79Suzzallo, Henry
76/80Swan, James G.
76/81Sweeney, Joseph
76/82Swim, H. J.
76/83Talcott, George Noyes and wife
76/84Tarte, James W. and wife
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/85Taylor, Horace J.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/86Taylor, Joseph Marion
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/87Taylor, Samuel K.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/88Taylor, William H.
76/89Taylor, William M. and wife
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
76/90Temple, Henry Clay
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/1Tenny, Lewis H.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/2Terry, Charles Townsend
77/3Terry, Edward L. and family
77/4Thomas, Charles E.
77/5Thompson, Albert J.
77/6Thompson, William H.
77/7Thornton, A. W.
77/8Thornton, John
77/9Thorp, Philena
77/10Throssell, Mary
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/11Thurlow, Alfred Eugene
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/12Tibbals, Harry L., Jr.
77/13Tibbetts, George Washington
77/14Ticknor, Seth F. and Ida A.
77/15Tilton, Howard
77/16Tilton, James
77/17Tolmie, R. F.
77/18Tolmie, William Fraser and son, Simon Fraser
77/19Treen, Lewis Angevine
77/20Troy, David S.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/21Troy, Laura B.
77/22Troy, Preston M.
77/23Turner, George
77/24Turner, Junius Thomas
77/25-28Turner, J. Thomas
77/29Ulsh, J. A.
77/30Urquhart, William Muir
77/31Van Asselt, Henry and Catherine Maple
77/32Van Ogle, Annie
77/33Van Ogle, H. E.
77/34Van Trump, Philemon Beecher
77/35Vaughn, William D.
77/36Vestal, Samuel
77/37Voigt, William
77/38Wadleigh, W. I.
77/39Waldrip, Sarah C.
77/40Walker, Cyrus Hamlin
77/41Walker, Mary
77/42Wallace, William H.
77/43Walsworth, Henry T. and Jennie B.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/44Ward, Dillis Burgess and family
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/45Ward, Newton J.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/46Ward, Sarah J.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/47Warfield, Sam
77/48Warren, Eliza Spalding
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/49Warren, Joel Franklin
77/50Watson, Perry M.
77/51Weaver, J. J.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/52Webster, William
77/53Weir, Allen
77/54White, Edwin G.
77/55White, William H.
77/56Whitfield, William
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/57Whitman, Marcus
77/58Whittier, Merill D.
77/59Whitworth, Frederick Harrison, Sr.
77/60Whitworth, George F.
77/61Wiles, Samuel and Martha
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/62Wiley, James W.
77/63Willey, Walter
77/64Williams, Eliza M.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/65Williams, William E.
77/66Williamson, J. T.
77/67Wilson, Frederick A.
77/68Wilson, George R.
77/69Wilt, Mrs. Clara McCarty
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/70Winans, William Parkhurst
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/71Winsur, Eunice
77/72Wittenmeyer, Anna K.
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
77/73Wold, Peter A.
77/74Wolff, Francis J. D.
77/75Wood, James Anderson
77/76Wood, Mrs. Mary Ramsey Lemons
77/77Wood, William
77/78Woolery, James H.
77/79Wright, George
77/80Wyckoff, Ambrose Barkley
77/81Zeek, Clarinda
Scope and Content: Contains biographical material authored by Meany.
78/1Pioneer accounts or histories (unidentified)1917; undated
78/2-3Pioneer or Historical Societies1907-1934
78/4Oregon Historical Society1909-1931
78/5Washington State Historical Society1903-1931
78/6Notes1910-1926
78/7Clippings1897-1935
Scope and Content: Including many obituaries collected after Meany's death
78/8Miscellany1907-1927
Financial Records
78/9-16Bills and receipts1886-1934; undated
78/17,79/1Check books1889
79/2Income Tax statement1930
110/2, 111/1Newspaper Account Ledgers1884-1985
79/3Rental statementundated
79/4Royalty statements1907-1934; undated
79/5Stock Certificate; The Birds of California Publishing Company1912
79/6Plan Of Lots 11 And 12 On Brooklyn Avenueundated
79/7Court Papers; S. C. Wingard, plaintiff1892
Conferences And Conventions
79/8American Anthropological Association1905?
State Conference on Scenic Resource Preservation1924
79/9Teachers' Institutes, held in various counties throughout Washington1896-1923
Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs Convention, 20th, Everett1916
79/10Legislation 1893-1926; undated
Scope and Content: Copies of bills and resolutions
Curriculum Records
110/1Grade and Schedule Book1896-1998
Scope and Content: For classes in forestry and United States history
79/11Forestry 1, History and Development of Forestry as a Science1904
79/12History 9, 10, 29, 30, Makers of the Nation1909-1917
79/13History 13, 14, 33, 34, 163, 164, 165, Northwest History1911-1925; undated
79/14History 154, Development of the Pacific1919
79/14History 159, History of American Diplomacy1916
79/14"General Syllabus for Course in History of the Pacific Slope"1894, 1962
79/14Paper topics in Pacific Northwest History1911-1913
79/14Miscellany1916
79/15Student Papers (3)undated
79/16Photographs 1924; undated
Scope and Content: Includes photographs of construction work on Meany's home as well as other subjects
79/17Book Illustrationsundated
Notes
79/18-19Lecture Notes1900-1934
79/20-22Miscellany1893-1932
80/1-8Clippings1886-1935; undated
Ephemera
80/9-11Book or Periodical Announcements1899-1930
80/12Clipping Bureaus1903-1923
81/1-8, 82/1-6Miscellany1884-1935; undated
82/7Miscellany 1912-1924; undated
Scope and Content: Name lists and other materials
Subject Files
83/1Alaska1905-1932
83/2American Alpine Club1926
83/3American Foundations 1933
Scope and Content: Views on the question of recognizing the Soviet Union
83/4American Institute of Architects, Washington State Chapter1906
83/5American Legion; Fourth of July and Veteran's Day Celebrations1923-1934
83/6Amundsen, Roald1921
83/7Archaeological Institute of America1902-1932
83/8Authors, Americanundated
83/9Berry Parties at the home of Edmond S. Meany1922-1934
83/10-11Bunyan, Paul (stories)1920-1932; undated
Chamber of Commerce. Seattle
83/12Lake Washington Canal Celebration Committee1912
83/13McGraw (John) Memorial1910
83/14Seattle Street Names1923
83/15Miscellany1906-1930
83/16Civil War1910-1929; undated
83/17Congregationalists. University Congregational Church1904-1923
83/18Curtis, Edward S.1907-1924
83/19Daughters of the American Revolution1907-1930
83/20Denny, Sarah Loretta
Scope and Content: Memorials and bequests
General Notes: See also folder 102/12
83/21Drake, Francisundated
Scope and Content: Photograph of the chair made from the Golden Hind
83/22Edison, Thomas1928-1931
83/23Estudillo Family 1853; undated
Scope and Content: Receipt and wedding list
84/1Federation of Women's Clubs1900-1903
84/2Forestry1894-1924
Scope and Content: American Forestry Association, United States Forest Service, etc.
General Notes: See also 85/6
Indians of North America
Speeches and Writings
84/3"Alaskan Mummies"1906
84/4"Attu and Yakutat Basketry"1903
84/5"Calispels Ask to Retain their Land"1905
84/6"Canoe Cedar has Served Man Since Stone Age"1905
84/7"Early History of Spokane Given by Edmond S. Meany"1923
84/8"Indian Names in State of Washington"1906
84/9"Indian Names in Washington"undated
84/10"Indian Names of Washington1908
84/11"Indian School at Fort Spokane"1905
84/12"Last Lake Union Indians"1898
84/13"Legends, Traditions and Present Conditions of Lummi Indians"1905
84/14"The Muckleshoots' Queer Reservation"1905
84/15"Opportunities for Linguistic Research Among the Indians of the State of Washington"undated
84/16"Pronunciation of Indian Names"undated
84/17"Puyallups and Nisqually Indians"1905
84/18"Story of Seattle's Nearest Indian Neighbors"1905
84/19"Studying Alaska Burial Customs"1902
84/20"Swinomish Indians a Composite of Many Tribes and Bands"1905
84/21"Ten Indian Treaties"1897
84/22"Washington Redmen who helped Palefaces in War"1905
84/23"Yakimas Present Many Problems"1905
Speeches and Writings of Others
84/24Andrews, Thomas B., "An Indian Ghost Story"undated
84/25Brabant, A. J., "Bishop Lemmen's Dictionary"undated
84/26Buchannan, Charles M.
"Indian Totem Legends"undated
"Notes on the Plants used by the Indians of the Snohomish Tribe at the Tulalip Indian Agency of the State of Washing ton"undated
"The Montessori Method at Tulalip"undated
"The Snake"undated
"The So-Called 'Shakers' among the Northwest Indians"undated
"Some Fugitive Observations upon some of the Commoner Constructional Forms of the More Northerly Dialectic Variants of the Nisqually Linguistic Root Stock of Puget Sound"1907
"The Tulalip School City"undated
"When the South Wind Comes: A Story of the Sdoh-hohbsh" [Snohomish]undated
"Why the Salmon come to Schuh-tlahks: a Folk-Story of the Sdoh-hohbsh" [Snohomish]undated
84/27Hobucket, Ben, "Wreck of Bodega y Quadra and the Fate of his Crew"undated
84/28Hunt, H. F., "Slavery Among the Indians of Northwest America"1918
84/28Mimard, Mrs., "Indian Legend of the Stars"1932
84/29Oliphant, J. Orin, "Indian Service in the State of Washington, A Brief Review"undated
84/30Redington, J. W., "The Ambush on the John Day"undated
84/31Author unidentified, "Mount Tacoma and the Story of Eve"undated
84/32Alaska1902; undated
84/33British Columbia1902-1903
84/34Early Historical Accounts (extracted from books or newspapers)undated
84/35Ethnobotany1895-1903
Idaho
84/36Calispels1905
84/37Lapwai1902
84/38-39Nez Perce1901-1939
Scope and Content: Includes the autobiography of "Old Jean" (Aunt of Chief Joseph)
Joseph, Nez Perce chief1904-1923
General Notes: See also 109/16
85/1Speeches given by Chief Joseph, Chief Albert, Yellow Bull, et al.1904-1905
Books1901-1926
85/2Howard, O. O., Chief Joseph, His Pursuit and Capture 1881
85/3Lowe, Martha Perry, The Story of Chief Joseph 1881
85/4Shields, G. O., The Battle of the Big Hole 1899
85/5Chief Joseph's signature1901
85/6Field Notes1899-1901
Scope and Content: Mostly regarding Chief Joseph and other Indians on the Colville Indian reservation, including Joseph's signature and mark. Also includes notes on logging and forestry on the Olympic Peninsula.
85/7Miscellany1904-1926
85/8Kitsap, Chief1927
85/9Languages (Chinook Jargon and Cherokee)1899-1923
85/10Oregon 1903-1931
Scope and Content: Clippings on various Oregon tribes
85/11Patkanin, Snoqualmie chief1916-1923
85/12Seattle, Suquamish chief and Angeline1903-1912
Scope and Content: Includes article, "Seattle and the Indians of Puget Sound" by Thomas W. Prosch
85/13South Dakota, miscellaneous notes1907
Washington
Reservations
85/14-15Colville Reservation1903-1905
Scope and Content: Includes field notes taken during interviews on the reservation
85/16, 86/1Tulalip Reservation1899-1924
86/2-3Field Notes1905
Scope and Content: Taken at various reservations around Washington State
86/4Treaties1901-1911
Tribes
86/5Chehalis1902-1906
86/6Chinook1924; undated
86/7Clallam1915-1922
86/8Columbia River1901
86/9Humptulips1906
86/10Klikitat1907-1924
86/11Lummi1901-1916
Scope and Content: Includes article, "A Lummi Myth about Mount Baker and the Thunderbird" by Albert B. Reagan
86/12Nisqually1919
86/13-14Puyallup1899-1926
86/15Quillayute1929
86/16Quinault1902-1933
86/17Siwash1902-1924
86/18Skykomish1923
86/19Snoqualmie1917
86/20Spokane1905-1923
86/21Suquamish1922
86/22Wenatchee1927; undated
86/23-24Yakima1903-1928
86/25Wars1901-19
86/26Bibliography1906-1925
86/27Catalog of Indian Artifactsundated
86/28-29Maps undated
Scope and Content: Contains maps identifying tribal groups and locations in Washington
86/30Notes1911-1918
86/31Clippings1899-1924
86/32Miscellany1907-1920; undated
86/33Lafayette, Marquis de1897; undated
86/34Landmarks and Monuments1904-1935
86/35Libraries and Library Associations1903-1922
Lincoln, Abraham
86/36Incoming Letters1909-1927
86/37Historical Documents (facsimiles or copies)1927; undated
86/38Speeches and Writings of Others1912-1929
87/1Lincoln Farm Association1907-1909
87/2-4Lincoln National Life Insurance Company1931-1935
Scope and Content: Includes newsletter of the company, Lincoln Lore
87/5Drawings by J. Willis Sayreundated
87/6-7Portraits and Photographic reproductions1909; undated
87/8-9Clippings1905-1935
87/10-11Ephemera1908-1931
87/12-13Masons1891-1933
Meany, Edmond S.
88/1Auto Accident1929
88/2Automobile Fund1924
88/3Campaign Materials1893
88/4French Legion of Honor1929
88/5Hotel Edmond Meany1930-1931
88/6Leather Wallet1899
88/7-13Lecture Announcements and Programs1892-1930; undated
88/14Meany Hall1914
Mount Meany
General Notes: See postcard from S. A. Nelson, folder 57/13
88/15Obituaries and Tributes1935
88/16Photographs and drawings1909-1925; undated
89/1-14Clippings1904-1935
89/15Miscellany1903-1923
90/1Michigan Club. King County1906
90/2Minnesota Historical Society1898-1911
90/3Montana1914-1916; undated
Moran, Robert
90/4Yacht Launching1917
90/5Moran (Robert) State Park; Map1923
Mountains of the Northwest
90/6Speeches and Writings of Others1913
Scope and Content: Buchanan, Charles M., "The Origin of Mounts Baker and Rainier: the Indian Legend"
90/7Glacier Park, Montana1914
90/8Mount Baker1929; undated
90/9Mount Olympus National Parkundated
90/10-11Mount Rainier1910-1935
Scope and Content: Includes many clippings regarding the proposed change of the mountain's name to "Tacoma"
90/12Notes1907; undated
90/13Miscellany1926; undated
90/14Natal, Union of South Africa
Scope and Content: Particulars of certain government buildings
90/15-16National Committee on Radio Education ( Education by Radio)1931-1935
90/17National Geographic Society1900; undated
90/18Northwestern Association of History, Government and Economics Teachersundated
90/19Oliphant, J. Orinundated
Pacific Northwest History (British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon and Washington)
90/20Astoria1906-1930
90/21Baker, Joseph1929; undated
90/22Banking undated
Scope and Content: List of banks in Washington and Oregon
90/23Bonneville, Benjamin L. E.1908-1928
90/24-25Boundaries (mostly copies of original documents)undated
90/26British Columbia1908-1920
91/1-2Columbia River1931; undated
91/3Douglas, David1926-1934
91/4Douglas, Sir Jamesundated
91/5Exploration (Nootka Sound, etc.)undated
91/6Fauntleroy, Robert Henryundated
91/7Ferry, Elisha P.1895
91/8-12Forts and Blockhouses1898-1928
91/13-16Fur Trade (Hudson Bay Company)1926-1934; undated
91/17Gray, Robert1922-1932
91/18Idaho1905-1924
91/19Industries -- Resources -- Agriculture1894-1903
92/1"Journal of a Trip from Fort Vancouver to Okanagan in May 1828" (typescript copy, author not recorded)undated
92/2Lewis (Meriwether) and William Clark1901-1927
92/3-4Missionaries and Missions1895-1924
Scope and Content: Items relating to Marcus Whitman and others
92/5-116Newspapers1893-1930
Scope and Content: Includes notecards with other items relating to Washington newspapers and editors
Oregon
92/6-8Early History (mostly typescript copies from historical sources)undated
92/9Clippings1902-1934
92/10Miscellanyundated
92/11Oregon. State Universityundated
92/12Oregon Trail1908-1933
92/13Pickett, George F.1901-1922
92/14Portland1914
92/15Puget, Peter1923
92/16-17Puget Sound (Totten Inlet tidelands, etc.)1894-1915
92/18Puget Sound Defense League1892
92/19Railroads1872-1932
92/20Sacajawea1905-1915
93/1San Juan Controversy1904-1937
Seattle
93/2Anti-Chinese Riots, 1885-86undated
93/3Assay Office1897
93/4Banks1910
93/5Bridges1919-1933
93/6Buildings1916-1930
93/7Business1930
93/8-9Charities 1917-1932
Scope and Content: O.H. Ryther Child's Home and Seattle Community Fund
93/10Churches1904-1934
93/11Founding of Seattle1904-1934
93/12Health Department1900-1905
93/13Indian War, 1855undated
93/14Ladies Relief Societyundated
93/15Newspapers and Publishersundated
93/16Petition presented to the Washington Territorial Legislature for the repeal of the Act Incorporating the town of Seattle (original document)1863 1867
93/17"Reminiscences of the Hanging of Payne, Howard and Sullivan by the vigilantes of Seattle"1862
93/18Seattle Peace Society1928-1930
93/19Telephone1923-1924
93/20Totem Pole1904-1909
93/21Underwriters Board1891
93/22Waterfront and Ships1904-1914
93/23-24Clippings ("Way back when. . . " articles, etc.)1921-1934
93/25Notesundated
93/26Miscellany1893
93/27-28Shipping1903-1904
Scope and Content: Includes papers of Captain James M. Hunt of the Steamer Constitution
93/29-30Stevens, Isaac Ingalls1890-1928
93/31Tolmie, William F.undated
93/32U. S. S. Tonquin undated
93/33, 94/1-2Vancouver, George1908-1933
Scope and Content: Includes items concerning the trip made by Meany, et al. repeating Vancouver's route in Puget Sound
Washington Territory/State
94/3Constitution1889
Scope and Content: Includes article by W. Lair Hill, "A Constitution Adapted to the Coming State"
94/4Constitutional Convention1909-1931
Counties
94/5County Creation1909; undated
94/6Benton County1904-1905
94/7Chehalis County1914
94/8Clallam County1912-1925
94/9Clark County1889-1925
94/10Cowlitz County1926-1932
94/11Grays Harbor County1892, 1927
94/12Island County1907-1916
Scope and Content: Contains items on Coupeville and an early history of Whidbey Island
94/13King County1912-1920
94/14Kitsap County1920; undated
94/15Lewis County1901, 1928
94/16Mason Countyundated
94/17Pierce County1903-1931
94/18San Juan County1928-1931
94/19Skagit County1893
94/20Snohomish County1909-1921
94/21Spokane County1899-1930
94/22Stevens County1927
94/23Thurston County1893-1929
94/24Wahkiakum County1908-1921
94/25Walla Walla County1923
94/26Whatcom Countyundated
94/27Whitman County1892
94/28Yakima County1915-1920
94/29Defense Council. War History Committee1917-1918
94/30Early History
Education
94/31Early Education1907-1923
94/32Graded Schools1896-1903
94/33Normal Schools1891-1904
94/34Puget Sound University1900-1903
94/35Whitman College1893-1923
94/36Miscellany1893-1996
94/37Emblems (territorial and state)undated
94/38Notary Seal1904
General Notes: See also letter from Frank H. Winslow, folder 20/22
94/39Spanish American War, First Washington Infantry Volunteers1898
111/3State Flower (petitions)1892
94/40Territorial Legislature Journal Extracts1866
94/41Territorial Organization1918-1922
94/42Thanksgiving Proclamations made by Governor Albert E. Mead1906-1907
95/1World War I1919
Scope and Content: 91st division, Colin Dyment articles
95/2Miscellany1891-1994; undated
95/3Winthrop, Theodore1923
95/4Wurk, Johnundated
95/6Wyeth, Nathaniel J.1892-1928
95/7-15Notes (mostly for class lectures)1899-1931
95/16Pacific Rim (China and Japan)1899-1929
95/17Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, New York1900-1901
95/18Redington, J. W.1907-1932
95/19Red Cross, American1932
95/20Red Cross, Greek1912
95/21Republicans1893-1996
95/22Saint-Gaudens, Augustusundated
95/23San Marino1918
96/1Smith, Samuel Francis ("America")1917-1918
96/2Sons of the American Revolution1915-1927
96/3Spanish American War1899
96/4Switzerland (building descriptions)1900
96/5Taft, Loredo1934
96/6Turner, Frederick Jackson1893-1914
96/7United States. Geological Survey1908
96/8-9United States History1904-1930
96/10University Commercial Club1928-1929
Washington, George
96/11Speeches and Writings1892-1931
96/12-14Bicentennial, 19321931-1932
96/15Historical Documents (photocopies and typescript)1916; undated
96/16Portraits, etc.undated
96/17Statues 1910-1911
Scope and Content: Jean Antoine Houdon Statue of Washington
96/18Washington Elm, Cambridge1923-1932
97/1Ephemera1912-1928
97/2Clippings1905-1929
97/3Notesundated
97/4Washington. Agricultural College1894-1921
Washington. University
97/5Alumni Association1887-1934
97/6Arbor Day1898
97/7Architecture Departmentundated
97/8Armistice Day1920-1926
97/9Assemblies1917-1933
97/10Associated Students of the University of Washington1903-1933
97/11Books 1904
Scope and Content: purchases from William George's Sons, book dealers, Bristol
97/12Buildings and Grounds1896-1933
Scope and Content: Contains a petition made by the Queen City Good Roads Club, etc.
97/13-19, 98/1-4Campus Day1904-1935
Scope and Content: Contains article by Meany entitle "The Rise and Fall of Campus Day"
98/5Chapel Service1923-1929
98/6Chimes1908-1934
98/7Christmas Greetings 1931-1933
Scope and Content: given to faculty members by Meany
98/8Class Day; Moving Up Day; George Washington Ivy1893-1935
98/9Class Schedules1878; 1907-1908
98/10Columns1921-1931
98/11Comptroller1922
98/12Commencements1895-1934
98/13Crew1902-1927
98/14Customs and Traditions Bureau (minutes)1926
98/15Dad's Day1928-1933
98/16 Daily 1933
99/1-2Denny Hall1894-1932
Scope and Content: Includes framed picture of Denny Hall
99/3Drama Divisionundated
99/4Economics and Business Administration1921-1933
99/5Education School1923-1932
99/6Educational Aims Committee1934
99/7Engineering1925-1933
99/8Ephebic Oath1919-1934
99/9Extension Service1920-1925
99/10-13Faculty1899-1936
Scope and Content: Includes list of faculty publications and items on: Edward G. Cox, John T. Condon, Robert Max Garrett, Herbert H. Gowen, Arthur Sewall Haggett, Joel M. Johnson, Trevor Kincaid, Charles E. Martin, C. F. Reeves and Oliver H. Richardson
99/14Fellowships and Scholarships1921-1931
99/15Fine Arts College1923-1932
99/16Fisheries College1923-1931
99/17Football1901-1933
99/18Forestry College1913-1933
99/19Graduate School1922-1931
99/20Harborview Hospital1931
99/21Henry (Horace C.) Art Gallery1926-1933
99/22-25History Department 1902-1928
Scope and Content: Curricula, faculty resumes, students
99/26History, Records and Traditions Student Committee1926
99/27Home Economicsundated
100/1Homecoming1921-1934
100/2Honorary Degrees1918; undated
100/3-4International Grove1932
100/5Journalism School1918-1932
Scope and Content: Includes Washington State Press Association materials
100/6Junior Day1910-1916
100/7Junior Girls Vodvil1922-1932
100/8Lafayette Dayundated
100/9Law School1901-1933
100/10Liberal Arts College1919-1933
100/11Library1906-1933
100/12Lilac Day1925-1934
100/13Medicine School1923-1931
100/14Memorial Gateway/Memorial Day1919-1932
100/15Metropolitan Tract1908-1927
100/16Military Training1915-1933
100/17Mines School1915-1931
100/18Music Committee1907
100/19Music Department1929; undated
100/20New Years Greetings1934
100/21Oceanographic Laboratory1932
100/22Outing Committee1904
100/23Parents' Night1921
100/24Pharmacy1923-1933
100/25Presidents1909-1933
100/26Hall, John Henry, 1869-18721917
100/27Hill, Eugene Kincaid, 1872-1874undated
100/28Gatch, Thomas Milton, 1887-18951913-1921
100/29Edwards, William Franklin, 18971933
100/30Graves, Frank Pierrepont, 1898-19021898-1900; 1923-1925
100/31Kane, Thomas Franklin, 1902-19141910-1911
100/32Suzzallo, Henry, 1915-19261916-1933
101/1Thomson, David, 1926-19271926-1927
101/2-3Spencer, Matthew Lyle, 1927-19331927-1932
101/4Winkenwerder, Hugo, 1933-19341933
101/5Public Exercises Committee1928
101/6Radio Programs1930
101/7Regents1914-1933
101/8Reserve Officers Training Corps1926
101/9Salaries1897-1933
101/10Science College1917-1932
101/11Seal1915
101/12Semi-Centennial Celebration1911
101/13Song Book1920
101/14Stadium1920-1928
101/15Students1898-1930
Scope and Content: Contains items about Jinta Yamaguch and Robert B. Irwin
101/16Summer Session1923-1932
101/17Traditions1909-1933
101/18Trees (on campus)1912-1932
101/19 Tyee 1903-1933
101/20-24,110/3University History1894-1933; undated
Scope and Content: Contains copies of legislation which pertain to the University as well as numerous photostats, notes and clippings dealing with early University history
101/25Varsity Balls1926
101/26Washington State Museum1899-1933
101/27-30, 102/1-2Clippings1897-1935
102/3Ephemera1904-1932
102/4Notes1911-1929
Washington. University; Affiliated Organizations
102/5Boating Club1896
102/6Cosmopolitan Club1911
102/7Dramatic Club1900
102/8Faculty Men's Club1901-1929
102/9Forest Club1912-1913
102/10Fraternities and Sororities1904-1933
102/11Japanese Student Clubundated
102/12Mortar Board. Tolo Chapter1910-1934
Scope and Content: Memorials for Sarah Loretta Denny
102/13Pacific Wave Publishing Company1905
102/14Quarter Century Club1929
102/15Stevens (Isaac Ingalls) Debating Club1904-1927
102/16Totem Club1932-1933
102/17University Club1907-1908
102/18Women's League1910-1911
102/19Washington Academy of Sciences1898
102/20-103/1 The Wayfarer 1921-1931
Scope and Content: A pageant by James J. Crowther with Meany as prolocutor
103/2Wisconsin. University1907-1926
103/3Wisconsin State Historical Society1906-1913
103/4Woodmen of the World1917-1929
103/5Wyoming1926-1928
Records of Related Organizations and Individuals
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, 1909
103/6-11General Correspondence1906-1909; undated
103/12Resolution of the Executive Committee upon the death of John H. McGraw1909
103/13Financial Records1907
103/14Miscellany1909; undated
American Historical Association. Pacific Coast Branch
103/15-16Announcements, notices, etc.1889-1928; undated
Speeches and Writings
"The Name of the American War, 1861-1865"
103/17Incoming Letters1910
103/18-22Manuscript1910
103/23Printed leaflets1910
104/1"Three Diplomats Prominent in the Oregon Question" 1914
Scope and Content: Century of Peace, Christmas Eve 1814-1914
104/2Boy Scouts of America1921-1935
Chamber of Commerce. Seattle. Seward (William H.) Statue Committee
104/3Historical Features1908-1909
104/4-5Speeches and Writings undated
Scope and Content: Inscription to the statue and an untitled address on Seward
104/6Resolutions and Legal Documents1907-1909
104/7Notes and Subscriptions1907-1909
104/8-9Collection Books1907-1908
104/10Minutes1906
104/11Miscellany1909
104/12Columbia Historical Society1899
Historical Note : Predecessor of Washington University Historical Society
Daughters of the American Revolution. Rainier Chapter. Monument Committee
104/13Historical Features1917-1935
104/14Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union1906-1935
104/15-18Washington (George) Statue by Loredo Taft1905-1934
Scope and Content: Correspondence, notes and other materials
104/19Pedestal for Washington Statue1920-1945
Scope and Content: Contains materials incorporated from the Northwest Collection which were created after Meany's death
105/1-8, 106/1-8, 107/1-3Washington's Birthday Celebrations1910-1935
Meany (Edmond S.) Family
107/4Meany, Edmond S., Jr. (Ned)1945-1950
107/5Miscellany1903-1930
The Mountaineers
107/6Journals of Mountaineer Expeditions1921-1934
Speeches and Writings
107/7"Edelweiss for American Mountains"1912
107/8"Mountaineering"undated
107/9"To the Mountaineers"1909
107/10"Volcanic Peaks of the Cascade Mountains"undated
107/11untitledundated
107/12Speeches and Writings of Others1917-1924
107/13Minutes, Resolutions, Petitions and Reports1908-1926
107/14Heather Letters; Llist of Recipients)1929-1934
107/15Memorial Seat at Sluskin Falls1919
107/16Announcements of Meetings and Events1907-1930; undated
107/17Maps1912-1931; undated
Historical Note : Used on summer outings
107/18Ephemera1909-1935; undated
107/19Notes1908-1934; undated
108/1Miscellany1910-1931
108/2Orcas Island Fruit Company1890-1991
108/3-4Oval Club, University of Washington1925-1935
108/5Pacific Highway Association of North America. American Peace Monument Sub-committee1913-1929
Scope and Content: Includes two poems by Meany, "Portal of. Peace" and "Hundred Years of Peace"
108/6-7Pioneer Association of the State of Washington1898-1914; undated
108/8Seattle Press Club1899
108/9Washington. House of Representatives (unidentified committee)1891
108/10University of Washington Alumni Associationundated
108/11-12University of Washington Pan American Day Committee1932-1935
Scope and Content: Includes memoranda issued by the Pan American Union
108/13University of Washington President Search Committee1927
108/14University of Washington Regents1894-1995
108/15University of Washington Registrar1895
108/16University of Washington Student Assistance Committee1903
108/17Washington. World's Fair Commission, 1893 Historical Features, notes, etc.1891-1995
109/1Speeches and Writings
"Big Logs Given Free"1892
"Mysteries of the Deep"1893
"Show Your Iron Ore"1892
Untitled speech1892
109/2Washington Free Library Commissionundated
Washington Historical Quarterly
109/3Historical Features and General Correspondence1903-1924
109/4-5Speeches and Writings1928-1930
Scope and Content: "History of Science in the State of Washington," Meany as editor
109/6Speeches and Writings of Others1929; undated
109/7-8Reports (annual)1914-1935
109/9Financial Records1906-1922
109/10Miscellany1906-1928
Scope and Content: Includes "Free list"
109/11 Washington Magazine 1906
Scope and Content: Includes "Washington Nomenclature - a study" by J. N. Bowman
109/12Washington State Forestry Association1894-1908
Washington State University Historical Society
109/13Historical Features1901-1905
Scope and Content: Articles of Incorporation, etc.
109/14General Correspondence1899-1908; undated
109/15Membership1902-1904
109/16-17Monuments (set up by the Society)1903-1905
Scope and Content: Including items relating to the monument erected for Chief Joseph
109/18Minutes1903-1906
109/19Financial Records1903-1904
109/20Clippings1900-1905
109/21Young Men's Christian Association. University of Washington1903-1932
109/22-23Young Naturalists' Society (University of Washington)1896-1997; undated

  
Accession No. 0106-002
Edmond S. Meany papers, 1877-1935
26 cubic feet (33 boxes)
Scope and Content
The bulk of the material in this accession ranges in date from 1877 to 1935, although some items collected by Meany date from as early as 1803.
The correspondence files included in this accession were arranged alphabetically by either author or subject. With the exception of letters about Meany's meetings and engagements, and his letters of recommendation, the subject correspondence may be found in the subject files of this collection. The rest of the correspondence has been arranged alphabetically in the general correspondence series. The incoming letters series consists of very early letters from Meany's friends. It should be noted that Meany was in the habit of placing the date of his reply on the letter which he was answering. The replies dated from September 1891 to September 1926 are usually to be found in the letterpress books of Accession No. 0106-001, but in some cases carbon copies of his replies accompany the letters being answered.
As well as actually having taken a very large part in the making of Northwest and University history, Meany, in his own writings, also contributed greatly to its preservation. The bibliography (folder 1/4) created by him shortly before his death, gives the best indication as to just how great his contribution was. A list of all of Meany's writings in this accession may be found in the speeches and writings series. The writings are listed categorically and include some items not listed in the bibliography. This collection includes Meany's holograph and proofs for his History of the State of Washington, and also scripts and working papers for the pageant, "Americanus," which Meany co-authored with Montgomery Lynch. Of special note are some items which never received publication. Meany proposed to be general editor of a Documentary History of the States which would consist of one volume for each state with Meany compiling the volume on Washington state. Most of the materials which Meany collected for his volume on Washington are extracts copied from published sources, however some of the materials are unique. In particular, there are extracts from affidavits of 1860 on the capture of the schooner "Blue Wing, " and a letter to the postmaster general, dated 1854, concerning mail service on Puget Sound.
Shortly before his death, Meany was working on two very important works. One was a history of the University which was unfinished and typed after his death (see folder 30/12). Both typescript and holographic copies are included in this collection. The second work, Washington State Constitutional Convention Proceedings, represents Meany's compilation of the official minutes kept during the proceedings, supplemented by accounts of the proceedings in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. After Meany's death, the Committee on Graduate Publications considered publishing the work as he had compiled it, but it was the recommendation of Professor Charles M. Gates that either further editorial work be done or that only the official minutes be published (see folder 30/13).
Meany's research on the Indians of the Northwest and northern plains, as represented by his writings preserved in this collection, begins with his master's thesis entitled Joseph, the Nez Perce, written in 1901. Meany had the opportunity of meeting with Chief Joseph on several occasions, and included with Meany's holograph are three letters from Chief Joseph.
In 1907, Meany collaborated with Edward S. Curtis in his research on the Sioux Indians in South Dakota and later wrote portions of the historical background on these Indians in Curtis' The North American Indian. Meany conducted numerous interviews with Indians, mostly at Wounded Knee, and these may all be found in the field notes series. Additional Indian materials may be found in the subject files on Indians.
There are also, in the subject files on Arthur Armstrong Denny, two works on Indians, both of which are in Denny's own hand. One is on Chief Seattle's daughter, Angeline, and the other is on the early history of Washington Territory at the time of the Indian outbreak in the fall of 1855. There are also notes taken by Meany in interviews with Denny.
The subgroup materials reflect many of Meany's activities undertaken after his leaving the Seattle Post-Intelligencer as assistant editor in 1889. He continued his news work by setting up a news agency in 1891 called the Washington State News Bureau and by serving as press-agent for the Washington World's Fair Commission in 1893. Meany's great interest in forestry is reflected not only by his numerous writings on the subject, but also in his efforts to establish the Washington State Forestry Association in 1896. In 1906 he became editor of the short-lived Washington Magazine and immediately following work on this publication he became managing editor of The Washington Historical Quarterly, a position which he was to retain for the rest of his life. The Washington Historical Quarterly was the official publication of the Washington University Historical Society, and the materials produced by Meany, which in this collection date from 1928, have been subgrouped directly under the publication's name.
There is also a substantial amount of material in the subgroups reflecting Meany's role in the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of 1909. It was primarily through his advocacy that the exposition was brought to the University of Washington campus. The subgroup materials also contain many of Meany's papers regarding the Oval Club at the University of Washington. As Meany was one of the club's founders in 1907, there are many letters on the club's early history which Meany received from early members when he was asked to write the club's history in 1924. Although Meany did not write the history which was published in 1926, his services are acknowledged in the history's introduction. It should be noted in regard to the subgroups that the Meany family materials are included and that the family materials not in the subgroups have been indexed.
Preserved among Meany's papers were many rare documents and photographs. In addition to the letters already mentioned in regard to Meany's documentary history of the United States, there is also an 1849 letter from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, signed by Brigham Young, introducing an LDS missionary. Other letters and items of this type which have been retained within this collection are listed in the historical documents series.
Processing Info
Notes made by E. S. Meany, Jr. in 1975 and biographical items of 1978 were added during processing. The state of preservation of the papers was fairly good, however much rearrangement and foldering was required to make the papers accessible. Some miscellaneous notes in the papers them selves as well as some file inventories made shortly after Meany's death may be found in folder 1/1.
Numerous maps, postcards and photographs, however, have been transferred out of the collection. Originally, there were a number of Edward S. Curtis photographs in the collection, all of which have been transferred to Special Collections. In some instances, xerographic copies of photographs have been made to preserve the continuity of certain subject files. If photographs have been transferred, notes have been made to that effect in the papers. A few of the other items transferred include: a small Babylonian clay cone, bricks from the Spanish forts at Neah Bay and Nootka, and a mussel shell spear-head used by the Makah Indians. It should also be noted that a few items have been transferred from this accession to the earlier one. In particular, several poems, a collection book of the Seward Statue Committee and a few other ephemeral items have been transferred for the sake of completing series in the earlier accession.
Acquisition Info
Gift of Edmond Meany, Jr. in 1975.
Other Finding Aids
See also the name index to correspondents for this accession included at the end of the finding aid.
Box/FolderDate
1/1Notes On The Meany (Edmond S.) Papers (created by E. S. Meany, et al.)1935, 1975, undated
1/2-3Biographical Features1890-1957
General Notes: See also: folders 5/4; 9/10; 17/1-6, 17/20; 27/16-20; 37/9, 37/16
1/4-5Bibliographies1912-1935
Diplomas
37/1Bachelor of Science, University of Washington1885
37/1Master of Science, University of Washington1899
37/1Master of Letters in History, University of Wisconsin1901
1/6Doctor of Laws, University of Puget Sound1926
1/7 Washington Historical Quarterly, July 1935 (memorial edition)1935
1/8-26Incoming Letters1877-1889
General Correspondence1888-1935
Box
2A-Massachusetts
3May-Z, unidentified
Letters Regarding Meetings And Speaking Engagements
Box/Folder
4/1-3Invitations accepted1921-1935
4/4-7Invitations declined1932-1935
4/8Letters Of Recommendation 1891-1901
Scope and Content: For Meany from University of Wisconsin faculty, et al.
4/9Posthumous Letters1935
Speeches And Writings
Articles and Speeches
4/10"Awakening of the Pacific"1905
4/10"Business Broadside of 1853" 1853, undated
Scope and Content: Meany as editor, with introduction
General Notes: See folder 33/1
4/10"Centennial of Greek Independence"
General Notes: See folder 2/19
4/11"Conifers of Puget Sound"1885
4/12"Czechoslovakia and President Masaryk"1931
"Doctor Saugrain Helped Lewis and Clark"
4/13General Correspondence1931-1932
4/14Holograph, Galley and Printed Edition1931
4/15Source Materials/Miscellany1931
4/16"Early History of the Northwest" (Meany as editor)1906
4/16"Fight with Sea Lions"1892
General Notes: See folder 32/14
4/17"Financial History of the University"1899
4/18"Forestry in Other Countries"1897
4/19"Forestry Legislation and Government Control of Forests"1893
4/20"Frank Pierrepont Graves"undated
4/21"From Mr. Meany"1891
4/22-23"Geographical Contest Between Washington and King George III"1906
4/24"Henry Villard's Aid to Education"1934
4/25"Historic Monticello"1926
4/26"Historic Nootka Revived"1906
4/26"History of First Lieutenant Elmer John Noble, Company D, 364th Infantry"
General Notes: See folder 32/6
4/27"History of University Lands"1915
4/28"In the Woods of Puget Sound"undated
4/28"Legend of the Vigil Name"
General Notes: See folder 21/11
4/29"Living Pioneers of Washington" (as subject)1919
4/30"Makers of Our Early History"1899
4/31"Morton Matthew McCarver, Frontier City Builder"1909
4/32"Mt. Rainier - the Biggest Thing in Washington"1931
5/1"A Moonlight on the Rocky Mountains"undated
5/1"Of Interest to Young Men"
General Notes: See folder 29/21
5/2"The Origin of Washington Geographic Names" (as subject)1924
5/3"The Pacific Northwest -- Alert and Eager"1928
5/3"Perry Day"1934
General Notes: See folder 26/6
5/3"Pioneer Washington Masonry"
General Notes: See folder 24/24
5/3"Proceedings of His Majesty's Brig Chatham from the 18th and 25th of May, 1792"undated
Scope and Content: Meany as editor, with introduction
General Notes: See folder 33/2
5/4"Reminiscences"1909
5/5"Saint Patrick"1901
5/5"Seattle's Neighboring Mountains"
General Notes: See folder 22/16
5/5"State Buildings at the Fair"1893, 1933
General Notes: See folder 32/15
5/6"The Towns of the Pacific Northwest were not Founded on the Fur Trade"undated
5/7"Tree Lovers in the Far West"undated
5/8"Theodore Roosevelt -- An Appreciation"1923
5/8"The Washington Statue"
General Notes: See folder 29/23
5/9"What the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition means to Seattle and the University of Washington"1906
5/9Untitled work advocating home rule for Alaskansundated
General Notes: See folder 29/1
5/10Untitled work on Alaskaundated
5/10Untitled works on Forestry
General Notes: See folders 19/36; 33/18
5/11Untitled work on the University of Washingtonundated
5/12Miscellaneous notes and outlines for articles or speeches1901-1903, undated
Book Reviews
5/13Andrews, Clarence L., Story of Alaska 1931
5/13Chittenden, Hiram M., The American Fur Trade of the Far West
General Notes: See folder 25/11
5/14Fielding, Mantel, Gilbert Stuart's Portraits of George Washington 1923
5/15Fuller, George W., A History of the Pacific Northwest 1931
5/16Murray, Charles A., et al., Newspaper Career of E. D. Cowen 1930-1931
5/17Porter, Kenneth W., John Jacob Astor, Businessman 1931-1932
5/18Skinner, Constance Lindsay, Beaver, Kings and Cabins 1933
5/19Wickersham, James, A Bibliography of Alaskan Literature 1928
Books
American History Library (proposed)
5/20Correspondence and Outlines1908-1911
Box
35Notecardsundated
Documentary History of the Nation (proposed)
35Notecards1907-1908
Documentary History of the States (unpublished)
Box/Folder
5/21-23Historical Features1909-1913
Scope and Content: Includes proposal, explanatory notes and outlines.
5/24Incoming Letters1907
5/25-73Source Materials
6/1-60Materials on Washington State1854, (1907-1908), 1908
Scope and Content: All materials have been copied from published sources unless otherwise noted.
Arrangement: Arranged according to Meany's outline in folder 5-23.
Part I. Discovery and Exploration
Chapter 1. Spanish Voyagers
5/251. The Myth of Juan de Fuca
5/262. Heceta and Quadra on the Coast of Washington, 1775
Chapter II. British Voyagers
5/273. Drake's Voyage North of California
5/284. Cook's Discovery of Cape Flattery, 1778
5/295. Discoveries by John Meares, 1788
5/306. Place Names given by Vancouver, 1792
Chapter III. American Voyagers
5/307. Gray's Discovery of Gray's Harbor
General Notes: No items located for this heading
5/318. Loss of the Ship Boston
Chapter IV. Crossing the Rockies
5/329. Mackenzie's Trip to the Pacific, 1793
5/3310. Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1805
Scope and Content: Includes bibliography
5/3411. Astor Expedition in Washington, 1811
Scope and Content: Includes bibliography
Chapter V. Later Explorations
5/3512. Commander Wilkes in Puget Sound, 1841
5/3613. Lieutenant Johnson crosses the Cascades, 1841
5/3714. Pacific Railroad Survey in Washington, 1853
Part II. Pioneer Settlements
Chapter VI. Hudson Bay Company's Establishments
5/3815. Fort Vancouver, 1825
5/3916. Fort Nisqually, 1833
Chapter VII. Missionary Epoch
5/4017. Extract from Mrs. Marcus Whitman's Diary (with bibliography)
5/4117-1/2. Letter of Whitman to the Secretary of War
5/4218. Letter of Chief Factor James Douglas on the Whitman Massacre, 1847
Scope and Content: Includes bibliography
5/4319. Account of the Whitman Massacre by a Survivor
Scope and Content: Includes bibliography
5/4419-1/2. Account of the Whitman Massacre by [W. Fraser] Tolmie
5/4520. Reverend J. P. Richmond at Nisqually
5/4621. First Station of the Roman Catholics [on Puget Sound]
Chapter VIII. American Settlers
5/4722. Establishment of Fort Steilacoom
5/4823. Arthur A. Denny's Account of the Founding of Seattle
5/4924. Mrs. Lyle's Journey to Bellingham
Chapter IX. Mount Rainier
5/5025. Attempted Ascent in 1833
5/5126. First Successful Ascent in 1871
Part III. Contact with the Nation
Chapter X. One Cause for Announcing the Monroe Doctrine
5/5227. Extract from John Quincy Adams' Diary, 17 July 1823
5/5328. Extract from President Monroe's Message, 2 December 1823
Chapter XI. Treaty with Russia, 1824
5/5429. The Treaty
Chapter XII. Adjustments with the British
5/5530. Reason for the Compromise of 1846
Scope and Content: Includes bibliography
5/5631. Settlement with the Hudson Bay Company
Chapter XIII. Washington Territory and Expansion
5/5732. Legislative Memorial for the Annexation of the Sandwich Islands, 1854
5/5833. Legislative Memorial for the Acquisition of Alaska, 1866
Chapter XIV. The San Juan Dispute
5/5933-1/2. Joint Resolution [of the Territorial Assembly of Washington regarding Northern boundary settlement], 1854
5/6034. Planting American Troops on San Juan Island
5/6135. General Winfield Scott's Mediation
Scope and Content: Includes bibliography
5/6235-1/2. Memorial on Alaska
5/6336. Emperor William's Arbitration
Part IV. Government
Chapter XV. Evolution of the Territory
5/6437. First Fourth of July Celebration, 1841
5/6538. D. R. Bigelow's Fourth of July Oration, 1852
5/6639. Petition Asking the Creation of Columbia Territory, 1852
5/6740. Changing the Name from Columbia to Washington
5/6841. Organic Law of Washington Territory, 1853
5/6942. First Census, 1853
5/7043. Governor Stevens at Cadotte's Pass, 1853
5/7144. Proclamation by Governor Stevens, 1853
5/7245. First Gubernatorial Message, 1854
5/7346. First Law Passed by the Legislature, 1854
Chapter XVI. Statehood Achieved
6/147. Constitution of 1878
6/248. Enabling Act of 1889
6/349. Constitution of 1889
Chapter XVII. Creation of Counties
6/450. By Oregon before Separation
6/551. By Washington since Separation
Chapter XVIII. Roster of Officers
6/652. Roster of Territorial and State Officers
Part V. Indians
Chapter XIX. Treaties
6/753. Treaty of Point Elliott, 1855
Scope and Content: Includes correspondence from Charles M. Buchanan and Clinton A. Snowden)
6/854. Signatories of the Other Treaties
Chapter XX. Wars
6/854b. Cayuse War1847
General Notes: No items located for this heading
6/955. Edward Huggins on the War of 1849
6/1056. War Message of Governor Stevens, 1857
6/1157. Proclamation Forbidding Settlement in the Walla Walla Valley
6/1258. Settlement Resumed in the Walla Walla Valley
6/1359. Capture of the [Schooner] Blue Wing
Scope and Content: Affidavit of David V. Waldron (original document with typescript); Affidavit of Thomas Hare and enclosed cover letter to the governor (original documents with typescript)
Chapter XXI. Chinook Jargon
6/1460. Origin
6/1561. Lord's Prayer in the Jargon
Part VI. Military Affairs
Chapter XXII. Grant and Sheridan
6/1662. Grant at Vancouver
6/1763. Sheridan at the Cascades, 1856
Chapter XXIII. In. the War Between the States
6/1864. First Washington Territorial Volunteers
Scope and Content: Includes bibliography
6/1965. Work for the Sanitary Commission
6/2065a. The Shenandoah
Chapter XXIV. Martial Law
6/2166. Proclamation of 1855
6/2267. Proclamation of 1886
Chapter XXV. Coast Defenses
6/2368. Law Providing Fortifications, 1889
Chapter XXVI. Soldiers' Home
6/2469. Law Creating the Home, 1890
Part VII. Social, Economic and Political Development
Chapter XXVII. Social Growth
6/2570. Establishment of the Public School System
6/2671. Establishment of the Territorial University, 1862
6/2772. The First State Normal School, 1890, 1892
6/2873. The State College of Washington
6/2974. Federated Women's Clubs, 1896
6/3075. Churches Untaxed
Chapter XXVIII. Economic Development
6/3176. Beginning of the Fish Industry, 1834
6/3277. Beginning of Timber Exports
Scope and Content: Includes bibliography
6/3378. Seeking Protection from the Navy, 1857
6/3479. Wagon Road across the Cascades
6/3580. First Mail Routes to the Outside World
Scope and Content: Letter to the Postmaster General concerning Mail Service on Puget Sound
6/3681. Completion of the First Telegraph Line, 1864
6/3782. Discovery of Gold on the Fraser River, 1856
6/3883. First account of the Discovery of Coal, 1852-53
6/3984. Completion of the first Railroad to the East, 1883
6/4085. Anti-Chinese Riots, 1886
6/4186. The Year of the Great Fires, 1889
Scope and Content: Includes a letter from J. H. Morgan who witnessed the Ellensburg fire in 1889
6/4287. Establishment of Forest Resources, 1891
6/4388. Arrival of the First Treasure Ship from Alaska, 1897
Chapter XXIX. Political Changes
6/4489. First Attempt at Prohibition Legislation, 1854, 1855
6/4590. First Effort to Adopt Woman Suffrage, 1854
6/4691. Woman Suffrage tried by Law, 1885-87
6/4792. Woman Suffrage abandoned by Supreme Court Decision, 1887
6/4893. Direct Primary Election Law
6/4994. Assay Office, 1898
6/5095. Navy Yard, 1890
6/5196. Custom House moved to Port Townsend from Port Angeles, 1886
6/5297. Penitentiary, 1867
6/5398. Attitudes in Washington
6/5499. Oyster Industry and Fisheries
6/55100. Steamer Beaver
6/56101. Seward on Puget Sound
6/57102. Census Tables, 1850-80
6/58103. School for Defective Youth, 1886
6/59104. Reform School, 1890
6/60105. Earliest Court, 1850
Materials not classified in Meany's outline1906
6/61J. E. Howell's Journal
Scope and Content: Handwritten copy of the original
6/62Extracts from the William Fraser Tolmie Diary copied with an introduction by Edward Huggins1892, 1932
6/63Miscellaneous Source Materials1923, undated
6/64Clippings1923
Box
35Notecards
Box/Folder
35/64Outline for the documentary history on Washingtonundated
35/64Bibliographic filesundated
6/65Miscellany1906-1907, undated
Box
35 Governors of Washington
Scope and Content: Notecards only
History of the State of Washington
Box/Folder
7/1Outgoing Letters1909
7/2-8Holograph1909
7/9-10Galley Proofs (corrected and final)1909
7/11Book Reviews1909
History of the University of Washington (unpublished)
General Notes: See also folder 30/12
8/1General Correspondence1934
8/2-4Holographundated
8/5-6Typescript1935
8/7Source Materials 1934
Scope and Content: Photocopy of University of Washington catalog, 1875
8/8-35Notesundated
Source Reader of the Pacific Northwest
34/1Outlineundated
34/2-48Source Materials1909, undated
Scope and Content: Excerpts from books and other sources which Meany intended to include in his book.
Juan de Fuca's reputed discovery
General Notes: No items located for this heading.
34/2Cook's denial of the Strait of Juan de Fuca
34/3Meares' "rediscovery" of the Strait of Juan de Fuca
34/4Spanish Discovery of the Columbia River
34/5Meares' denial of the Columbia
34/6Vancouver's denial of the Columbia
34/7Gray's discovery of the Columbia
34/8Vancouver's celebration of the King's birthday
Naming of Quadra and Vancouver's Island
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading.
34/9The name of Mount Olympus
34/10Alexander Mackenzie's Indian Guide
34/11Two white slaves at Nootka
34/12Sacajawea meeting her brother
34/13Lewis and Clark and the "Choppunnish" Indians
34/14Lewis and Clark getting salt from the ocean
34/15Establishment of Astoria
34/16Loss of the Tonquin
34/17Fur-hunting on the Columbia
34/18Career of a Clerk with the Astorians
34/19Downfall of Astoria
34/20Establishment of Fort Vancouver
34/21Vancouver's denial of the Fraser River
34/22Simon Fraser's discovery of the Fraser River
Organization of the Puget Sound Agricultural Company
General Notes: No items were located for this heading.
34/23Methodist Mission on the Willamette
34/24A missionary scout
34/25Planting the Whitman Mission
24/26Farnham's visit to Whitman's Mission
24/27Methodist Mission at Nisqually
34/28The First Catholic Mission
34/29The Whitman Massacre
34/30A Day with the Cow Column
34/31The Wolf-Meetings
34/32Beaver Money
34/33A Klalam Grandee
34/34Wreck of the Sloop-of-War Peacock
34/35Trip over the Cascades, 1841
34/36Discovery of Puget Sound
First Indian War on Puget Sound
General Notes: No items were located for this heading.
34/37First Steamboat on the Pacific
34/38First Congressional Report on Oregon
34/39Organization of Oregon Territory
34/40Abraham Lincoln declines Governorship
Scope and Content: Letter on the subject from Ida M. Tarbell
34/41The Cayuse War
34/42The Nez Perce War, 1877
The Bannock War, 1878
General Notes: No items were located for this heading.
34/43The Council of Walla Walla, 1855
34/44Sheridan at the Cascades
34/45Organization of Washington Territory
34/46Organization of Idaho Territory
34/47Marking the boundary between Washington and Idaho (Oregon?)
34/48Purchase of Alaska
8/9 Vancouver's Discovery of Puget Sound (as subject)1907
8/9 Washington State Constitutional Convention Proceedings (unpublished)1907
General Notes: See also folders 30/13-14
8/10Historical Featuresundated
8/11-25, 9/1-7Typescriptundated
9/8Notesundated
9/9Miscellany1932, undated
9/10Diary1885
Forewords or Introductions
History of the Northwest in Block Print (introduction)
9/11General Correspondence1926-1928
9/12Holograph1926
9/13Linoleum Cut Illustrations1926-1928
9/14Miscellany1928
9/15Mayflower Theatre Dedication Booklet, Seattle, 1928 (foreword)1928
9/16"The Story of the Bon Marche" (foreword) Inscriptions1929
General Notes: See folders 24/5, 6; 28/15
InscriptionsSee folders 24/5-6, 28/15
9/17Lecture Series (on the Pacific Northwest)1927-1928
Maps
37/2"Map of Territory Claimed in Original Oregon Controversy"
General Notes: See folder 22/8
37/2"Outline Map of Old Oregon"1901
37/2"Outline Map of the State of Washington"1901
Chief Joseph, the Nez Perce
Historical Note : Meany's Master of Letters Thesis, University of Wisconsin
9/18Incoming Letters1900-1927
Scope and Content: Includes three letters from Chief Joseph
9/19-22Holograph1901
9/23-36, 10/1-3Notes1901
Source Materials
10/4Baird, C. W., "The Capture of Chief Joseph and the Nez-Perces"1879
Gibbon, John
10/5"The Pursuit of Chief Joseph"1879
37/3"The Battle of the Big Hole"1895
10/6United States Indian Affairs Commissioner, Annual Report to the Secretary of the Interior1900
10/7Clippings1904
10/8Photograph of General O. O. Howard1901
"Americanus" (Pageant)
Historical Note : Co-authored with Montgomery Lynch
10/9-12General Correspondence1923-1928
10/13Outlines1923
10/14-16Drafts1923
10/17-18Typescripts1923
10/19-21Ephemera1923
Scope and Content: Programs, brochures and other materials
11/1-2Clippings1923
11/3Miscellany
11/3Poem; "Abraham Lincoln"1920
General Notes: See folder 24/14
11/4Student Paper; Essay for Sociology 1undated
11/4Syllabus, "The Pacific Northwest"
General Notes: See folder 9/17
Speeches And Writings of Others
11/5Bell, Edward Price1925-1926
11/6Clark, Frank I., "The True Northwest Passage"1906
11/7Cutting, Sewall S., "Lake Champlain"1877
11/8Donovan, J. J., "International Relations in Foreign Trade"1928
11/9Gilchrist, Charles A., "With Camera in the Cascades"1917
11/10Grill, Carl G., "A Humdinger in Robson Pass"1928
11/11Harlan, John P., "Historical Sketch of the Nez Perce and the Lolo Trail"1921
11/12-14Hill, James J., addresses1902-1909
11/15Kahle, Paul, "The Lost Columbus Map of 1498 in a Turkish World Map of 1513"1932
11/16Oliphant, J. Orin,1922
Scope and Content: "A History of the State Normal School, " "Sketches of Whitman County Pioneers"
11/17Puckett, Mary Meany, "The Pioneers"undated
11/18Reagen, Albert B.1919-1929
11/19Rice, Stewart A.1924
11/20Sage, William N., "Seminar Outline in British Columbia History"1929
11/21Schafer, Josephundated
12/1Sperlin, O. B., "The Brackenridge Journal for the Oregon Country"1931
12/2Starks, Edwin Chapin, "The Sea Lions of California"1918
Financial Records
12/3Account Book of Newspaper Customers1884
General Notes: See also folder 1/1
12/4Bank Accounts1890-1894
12/5-7Bills and Receipts1883-1934
12/8Certificates of Redemption1901-1903
12/9-15Insurance Policies1892-1930
12/16Rental Statements1930-1932
12/17Stocks1884, 1905
12/18-21Taxes1903-1930
12/22Miscellaneous Financial Records1897-1900
Legal Documents
12/23Agreement of Home Purchase1898-1899
12/24Deeds1889-1905
12/25Mortgages1903-1923
12/26Power of Attorneyundated
12/27Miscellaneous Documents1924
13/1-2Abstracts of Title1905-1920
13/3Court Papers; Fred S. Stimson, plaintiff1890
Field Notes1907
13/4Historical Features 1907
Scope and Content: Clipping from Seattle Times 4 April 1907 announcing Meany's collaboration with Edward S. Curtis in this field work
13/5Incoming Letters1904-1907
Interviews1907
Scope and Content: 56 interviews of Sioux Indians, mostly at Wounded Knee, South Dakota. Interviews generally contain the Anglicized name, Phonetic name, age and residence of interviewee along with the name of the interpreter. The content of the interviews varies depending on the age of the interviewee but often covers daily life, family history, recollections of war parties, etc. Box 13 folder 6 contains a typescript of a selection of 24 of the interviews listed below.
13/6Typed interviews
22 pages
Scope and Content: A selection of 24 of the interviews listed below.
13/7"Stinking Bear", Pine Ridge, SDJuly 6, 1907
13/8"Calico"July 7, 1907
13/9"Flesh"July 8, 1907
13/10"Little Horse"July 8, 1907
13/11"Eagle Elk"July 10, 1907
13/12Eastman, Charles A. and John [Jim] BurdickJuly 10, 1907
13/13"Red Cloud"July 10, 1907
13/14"Bring Spotted Horses Woman"July 12, 1907
13/15"White Eyes"July 12, 1907
13/16"His War", White Clay, SDJuly 13, 1907
13/17"Tall Woman"July 13, 1907
13/18Colhoff, GeorgeJuly 15, 1907
13/19"Walks-in-Sight"July 15, 1907
13/20Pourier, BatisteJuly 17, 1907
13/21"Poor Bull" or "Red War Bonnet", Wounded Knee, SDJuly 18, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/22"Big Road"July 19, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/23"Fast Elk"July 19, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/24"Fast Thunder"July 19, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/25"Good Lance"July 19, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/26"Iron Crow"July 19, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/27"Red Hawk"July 19, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/28"Mrs. Rib Man"July 19, 1907
13/29"Slow Bull", nickname "Smoke"July 19, 1907
13/30"Strick-by-Crow"July 19, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/31"Big Bend"July 20, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/32"Gray Grass"July 20, 1907
13/33"John Long Dog"July 20, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/34"Shell Boy"July 20, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/35"Shield"July 20, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/36"Calico"July 21, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/37"Elk Boy"July 21, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/38"Little Bull"July 21, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/39"Picket Pin"July 21, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/40"Quick Thunder"July 21, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/41"Red Bear Breath"July 21, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/42"Red Dog"July 21, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/43"Red Rabbit"July 21, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/44"Standing Bear"July 21, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/45Other interviewsJuly 22, 1907
Scope and Content: Just contains a list of names, ages and residence. No other details are given.
13/46"Little Soldier"undated
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/47"Bear Head" or "Hail Thunder", RosebudJuly 26, 1907
13/48"High Bear"July 26, 1907
13/49"Sorrel Horse"July 26, 1907
13/50"Two Strike"July 26, 1907
13/51"[Jospeh] Little Hawk"July 27, 1907
13/52Tackett, Charles C.July 26-27, 1907
13/53"Ring Thunder"July 27, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/54"Little Dog" or "One Feather"July 28, 1907
General Notes: Included in typed interviews in box 13 folder 6
13/55"Hollow Horn Bear"July 29, 1907
13/56Tackett, Charles C.July 29, 1907
13/57-13/58Upshaw, A.B., White River, SDJuly 31, 1907
13/59"Fire Thunder", Cedar Creek, SDAug. 2, 1907
13/60"High Elk"Aug. 2, 1907
13/61"Small-Waisted Bear"Aug. 2, 1907
13/62Burdick, Johnundated
13/63Map 1907
Scope and Content: Drawn by Nicholas Rouleaux
13/64Miscellany1907
Historical Documents
Scope and Content: All items are original unless otherwise noted
13/64Affidavits relating to the capture of the schooner Blue Wing
General Notes: See folder 6/13
13/64Business Broadside of 1853
General Notes: See folder 33/1
13/65 Cleveland Liberalist, 5 November 18361836
37/4 Columbian Centinel [sic] and Massachusetts Federalist , August 17, 18031803
13/66Confederate Currency1861-1862, undated
3 items
13/67Facsimiles of the Signatures of the Declaration of Independence1819
13/68Letter from Daniel Bagley to Thomas M. Gatch, November 24, 1862 (copy)undated
13/68Letter from Henry Clay to Thomas B. Stevenson, July 21, 1849 (copy)undated
13/68Letter from University of Washington Regents (Henry M. McGill) to Thomas M. Gatch, November 18, 1862 (copy)undated
13/68Letter from William Fraser Tolmie to Edward Huggins August 20, 1853 (photostat)1930
13/68Letter from Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints introducing George B. Wallace, missionary
Scope and Content: Includes signature of Brigham Young
General Notes: See folder 28/14
13/68Letter to the Postmaster General concerning mail service on Puget Sound
General Notes: See folder 6/35
13/69-70Record of the Official Proceedings at the Council in the Walla Walla Valley, June 9 and 11, 1855 (photostat)undated
13/71Slave Receipt1830
37/5South Carolina Secession Document, 1860 (reproduction)undated
Curriculum Records
14/1History 33, 34 (?) Northwestern Historycirca 1912
14/2History 228: Seminar in State History1924
14/3Political Science 1011926-1929
14/435Miscellaneous Curriculum Records1906-1934
14/5-31, 15/1-32Lecture Notes on American History, Beginnings to 18971882, (1896-1905), 1905(?)
Processing Info: Taken from Meany's original folder headings.
I. Prehistoric Conditions
A.
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
14/5B. Native Peoples1897-1904
C. Relative Conditions in the Old World
II. Period of Discoveries
A.
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
14/6B. Spaniards
C. Portuguese
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
14/7D. Englishmen1896-1897
E. Dutchmen
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
III. Establishing Colonies
14/8A. Relative Spirit and Purpose of the Colonizers
B. The Spanish Settlements
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
C.
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
14/9D. Virginia Plantations
14/10E. Dutch and Quaker Colonies
14/11F. New England1897
14/12G. Growth of the Southern Colonies
14/13H. Growth of the Middle Colonies
14/14I. Growth of the New England Colonies
IV. Social, Economic and Political Development to 1750
14/15A. Virginia and her Neighbors1897-1903
14/16B. Dutch and Quaker Colonies1882
14/17C. New England
D.
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
E. New Spain and her Neighbors
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
V. American Independence
14/18Introduction
A.
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
14/19B. Causes of the American Revolution
C. The Continental Congress, 1774-1775
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
14/20D. Declaration of Independence1900
14/21E. The War1897-1902
F. Peace
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
14/22G. The Critical Period
14/23H. The Constitution
14/24I. Government Organized
VI. From Washington to Jackson, 1789-1829
14/25A. Influence of the French Revolution
14/26B. The Federalists
14/27C. The Republicans
14/28D. America's Receding Frontier, 1763-1803
14/29E. War of 1812
14/30F. Social and Economic Reorganization, 1815-18241882
14/31G. Political Reorganization
I. The Jacksonian Epoch
15/1Introduction to the Jacksonian Epoch
15/2A. The New President
15/3B. The Democratic Programme
15/4C. The Spoils System
15/5D. Nullification
E.
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
15/6F. The Bank Question
15/7G. The Panic of 1837
15/8H. Successes in Foreign Affairs
15/9I. The Indian Question
15/10J. The Wilkes Expedition
15/11K. Survey of the Epoch1896-1904
II. The Slavery Question
15/12A. The Institution of Slavery1896-1898
15/13B. The Campaign of 1844
15/14C. The Mexican War
15/15D. The Two Whig Presidents
15/16E. The Compromise of 1850
F.
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
15/17G. Repeal of the Missouri Compromise
15/18H. The Kansas Struggle
15/19I. The Republican Party
III. Secession
A.
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
15/20B. Economic Conditions, 1850-18601896-1900
15/21C. John Brown's Raid
15/22D. Campaign of 18601897
15/23E. Secession
15/24F. Government of the Confederate States of America1901
IV. The Civil War or the War Between the States
15/25A. The Government of the Union, 1861-18651905
15/26B. First Stage of the War1902
15/27C. Middle Stage of the War
15/28D. Last Stage of the War1896-1897
V. Reorganization
15/29A. Reconstruction
15/30B. New Foundations, 1875-1885
15/31C. Economic and Social Issues, 1885-1897
D.
Scope and Content: No items were located for this heading
15/32E. Rehabilitation, 1865-1889
15/33Student Class Notes on American and Northwest History undated
Scope and Content: By students other than Meany
15/34, 16/1-4Student Evaluations of classes taught by Meany1931
16/5-7, 37/6Student papers on American and Northwest History1903-1906
16/8Student Records 1909-1910
Processing Info: These items represent only a sample of the materials originally retained by Meany
16/9Campaign Materials1896
Conferences And Conventions
16/10Institute of International Relations, University of Washington, 19281928
16/11Institute of Pacific Relations, 1928-19291927-1931
16/12Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia, 19301930
Notes
16/13Biographicalundated
Scope and Content: Includes notes on Daniel F. Brownfield
Box
35Catalog of English and other documentsundated
35Catalog of books on Forestry in Edmond S. Meany's library (?)undated
35Date file1907-1910
Scope and Content: Incomplete record of speeches and other important dates
Box/Folder
16/14McMahon, Edward; Barnes, Donald G.1934-1935
16/1535-36Name files and lists1896-1909 (?)
36Newspapers of Washington Stateundated
Box/Folder
16/16-36Northwestern historyundated
16/17Seattle, Early history ofundated
16/18Spanish class1897
16/19-20Washington Stateundated
16/21Miscellaneous notes1930, undated
Clippings
16/22Book reviews1930-1932
16/23Constitution (United States) Day, September 17, 17871923
16/24Cowen, I. B.1921
38/1-2Curtis, Edward S.1889-1908
16/25Disarmament Conference between the United States and Japan1921
16/26Drake, Francis1904-1906
16/27Extras1881, undated
Scope and Content: Includes "Extras" on the assassination of James A. Garfield
37/7Garfield (James A.) Assassination1881
37/8Grant, Ulysses S.1885
16/28Harriman (Edward H.) Expedition to Alaska1899
16/29Lodge, Sir Oliver and "Evidence of Survival"1920
17/1-6, 37/9Meany, Edmond S.1900-1937
Scope and Content: Includes clippings on a possible gubernatorial candidacy for Meany as well as items on Meany's work with the Indians
Box
39Seattle1898-1931
Box/Folder
38/3Spanish-American War1898-1899
38/4Washington State Constitutional Convention, 18781878
17/7Wyoming1924
38/5Miscellaneous Clippings1894-1934
38/5-6Indians
37/10Drawings And Silhouettes Made of Meanyundated
Ephemera
17/8Authors Clipping Bureau1909
17/9Calling Cardsundated
17/10Canada1921-1926
17/11, 37/11Lecture Posters and Programs 1892-1934
Scope and Content: For events featuring Meany
17/12National Geographic Society1896-1906
17/13Passes and Tickets1880-1932
17/14Pastorius (Franz Daniel) Day, October 12, 19241924
37/12Pioneer Pathfinders and Volunteer United States Scouts and Couriers of the Pacific Northwestundated
17/15, 37/13Seattle. Public Schools. Muir (John) Elementary School1931
17/16Woodmen of the World. Seattle Camp No. 691932-1935
17/17Miscellaneous Ephemera1906, undated
17/18Memorabilia1883-1887
Photographs
17/19Alaskaundated
General Notes: See also: folder 1/1
17/20Meany, Edmond S.1868-1823, undated
17/21University of Wisconsin faculty from whom Meany took courses1901
37/14Print1920
Scope and Content: Seattle, 1879
17/22Miscellany1891-1912
Subject Files
18/1 American Masters of Social Science 1927
18/2Babylonian Clay Tablet1915-1924, 1978
General Notes: The tablet itself was transferred to Special Collections' Rare Folio Collection.
Benevolences to Schools and Colleges
Historical Note : Originally entitled "Surplus Wealth"
18/3-5General Correspondence1925-1933
18/6Benevolences to the University of Washington1926-1928
Scope and Content: Including list of benevolences compiled by Meany
18/7Miscellany1926-1928
18/8Byles Family Reunion, 19301930
18/9Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching1933-1934
Scope and Content: Pritchett (Henry S.) Report, "The Deflation of Public Education"
18/10Century of Progress Exposition, Chicago, 19331933
18/11Chamber of Commerce. Seattle; Fiftieth Anniversary1932
18/12China Club of Seattle1933
18/13Columbus, Christopher1912
18/14Cook, James1928-1929
Denny, Arthur Armstrong
18/15General Correspondence1902-1924
Speeches and Writings of Arthur A. Denny
18/16"Autobiographical Sketch of Arthur Armstrong Denny"1890
18/17"Chronological notes on the early settlement of that part of Washington Territory now embraced principally in King County," by A. A. Denny, et al.1880
18/18"Journal of the Route to Oregon" (copied by E. S. Meany)1896
18/19Untitled holograph on the life of Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle1894
18/20Untitled holograph on the early history of Washington Territory at the time of the Indian outbreak in the fall of 1855
18/21Tribute of the Chamber of Commerce1899
18/22-24Notes1896-1898
Scope and Content: Taken during interviews with Arthur A. Denny
18/25, 37/15Clippings1865-1899
18/26Miscellany1899, 1932
18/27Discovery Day, April 29, 1927 1927
Historical Note : Commemorating the meeting of Captain George Vancouver and Captain Robert Gray off Cape Flattery, 1792
18/28Drake's (Francis) Chair1901
19/1-32Editors of Washington1893-1914
Scope and Content: Includes photocopies of the original photographs which have been transferred to Special Collections Pictorial and Graphics Collections
19/33Faculty Wives Club (University of Washington), Dinner1922
19/34Farrar, Victor John1924-1928
19/35Fildes, Luke, "The Doctor" (sculpticolor reproduction)1933-1934
19/36Forestry1893, undated
19/37-52Forts of the Northwest1908-1934
George's (William) Sons, book dealers, Bristol
19/53-55General Correspondence1901-1923
19/56-57Financial Records1902-1923
20/1-2Catalogs1902-1908
20/3Miscellany1903-1905
Golden Potlatch
20/4General Correspondence1911-1912
20/5Publications; Seattle Carnival Association1911-1912
20/6Clippings1934
20/7Miscellany1911
Great Northern Railway Company
20/8-11General Correspondence1925-1932
Publications
20/12Addresses presented during the Columbia River Historical Expedition
20/13Cascade Tunnel1929
Scope and Content: Promotional materials
20/14Columbia River Historical Expedition 1926
Scope and Content: Promotional materials
20/15, 21/1Flandrau, Grace (writings)undated
21/2 Great Northern Goat (serial)1925-1931
21/3 Great Northern Semaphore (serial)1925-1928
21/4Harper, Frank B. (writings)undated
21/4Joseph, Nez Perce Chief, "Chief Joseph's Own Story" (reprint)undated
21/4Pike, Zebulon Montgomery (writings)undated
21/5Upper Missouri Historical Expedition 1925
Scope and Content: Promotional materials
21/6Miscellaneous Publications1924-1929
21/7Clippings1926-1929
21/8Miscellany1926-1933
21/9Greek Independence, Centenary Celebration of1930
21/9Indians1930
21/10-11, 22/1-5General Correspondence1905-1934
22/6Speeches and Writings
22/6Indian legend recorded by Arthur G. Sharp1906
22/6"The Story of the Indian Tribe, " by David E. Kininnook1905
22/7Report on the condition of the Indians in Alaska1907-1908
22/8-10Indian Map of Washington1889-1933
22/11United States. Indian Affairs Bureau. Neah Bay Agency1912
38/6Clippings1889-1930
22/12-13Miscellany1901-1913
Japan
22/14-18General Correspondence1898-1935, undated
22/19Clippings1920-1934
22/19Publications and Reprints1920-1933
22/19Miscellany1919-1930
Japan Society, Seattle
23/4Historical Features1923
23/5-8General Correspondence1923-1934
23/9-10Publications1923-1931
23/11Miscellany1923-1930
23/12Jefferson, Thomas1923-1927
Scope and Content: Monticello Fund
23/13Joffre, Joseph Jacques Cesaire1931
24/1Jordan, David Starr1923-1931
Landmarks and Monuments
General Notes: See also folder 25/1
24/2-5General Correspondence1909-1935
24/6Lists and Texts of Historical Markers1905-1926, undated
Scope and Content: Includes many inscriptions composed by Meany
General Notes: See also folder 24/5
24/7Photographs1913-1935, undated
24/8Clippings1914-1935
24/9Ephemera1912-1935
24/10Liberty Bell1915
Scope and Content: Includes a facsimile of the Parrington (Vernon L.) petition for a short exhibition of the bell on the University of Washington campus
24/11-12Life Insurance1917-1925
Lincoln, Abraham
24/13General Correspondence1908
24/14Speeches and Writings; poem, "Abraham Lincoln"1920
24/15Speeches and Writings by R. B. Pease (poem)undated
24/16Castings by S. Klaber and Company1913
24/17Lincoln Farm Association1907
24/18Photograph by Joseph Hill1913-1914
24/19-20Statues by Augustus Saint Gaudens and others1906-1915
24/21, 22Miscellany
Masons
24/23General Correspondence1896-1934
24/24Speeches and Writings by Meany, "Pioneer Washington Masonry"undated
24/25Miscellany1899-1933
25/1Mather (Stephen Tyng) Appreciation National Committee1929-1932
Scope and Content: Includes Asahel Curtis photos
25/2McCaffrey, Frank1931-1934
25/3"Men are Four" (Arab proverb)1926
National Parks Association
25/4-6General Correspondence (usually for Mountaineers)1918-1929
25/7-8Publications1919-1926
25/9Miscellany1922-1929
25/10Northern Pacific Railway Company1926-1933
25/11Northwestern Literature1931-1933
25/12"Old Ironsides"1931-1934
Scope and Content: United States Frigate Constitution, etc.
25/13Oregon Trail Memorial Association1930
General Notes: See also folder 29/18
25/14Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company1933
25/15, 26/1-5Pageants1923-1934
Perry, Matthew Calbraith
26/6Perry Day, March 30, 19341934
26/7-8Proposed Statue1906-1908
Phi Beta Kappa. Washington Alpha Chapter
26/9Historical Features1924
26/10General Correspondence1920-1934
26/11Clippings1921-1934
26/12-13Miscellany1926-1928
27/1Pioneer Association of the State of Washington1933
27/2Republican Party1894-1896
27/3Roosevelt, Theodore1910-1923
27/4Seattle Charter 1919
Scope and Content: Materials relate to the charter's Semi-Centennial on December 2, 1919
27/5 Seattle Post-Intelligencer 1919-1932
27/6Seattle Seven League Clubundated
27/7Seven Arts and Seven Seas1923-1924
27/8Seward (William) Statue1909-1923
Scope and Content: Amendment to inscription
27/9Sigma Delta Chi. University of Washington Chapter1919-1934
27/10Sigma Nu. Washington Gamma Chi Chapter1916-1932
27/12Squire, Watson C.undated
27/13Starr, Frederick1925-1934
27/14Stevens, John Frank1925
27/15Tolmie, S. F.1931
27/16Trees Planted by Edmond S. Meany1930, (1930-1931), 1978
Tributes to Edmond S. Meany
27/1736Buick, 19241924
27/18, 37/16Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 19291929
27/19Mount Meanyundated
37/16Silver Beaver Award, 19311931
27/20Miscellanyundated
27/21University of London. Historical Research Institute1933-1934
27/22-23Washington, George1930-1933
General Notes: See also folder 29/23
28/1Washington. Geographic Board (proposed)1926-1927
Washington. University
28/2Alumni Association 1927-1928
Scope and Content: Gifts of publications by Herbert H. Gowen and Edmond S. Meany to foreign universities
37/17Campus Day, 19181918
28/3-4Gifts to the University of Washington1917-1935
General Notes: See also folders 18/3-7
28/5Student Body Committee on Railroadsundated
37/18Clippings1894-1925
28/6-7Ephemera1913-1929
28/8Miscellany1932, undated
28/9Wehn, James A.1933
28/10Whitman Massacreundated
28/11Whitworth, Frederick Harrisonundated
28/12Willamette University1922
28/13Wisconsin State Historical Society1900
28/14Young, Brigham1849, 1919
28/15-16Young Men's Christian Association1929-1935
Records of Related Individuals and Organizations
29/1Alaska Square Deal Leagueundated
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, 1909
37/19Historical Features1909
29/2General Correspondence1906-1909
29/3-7Invitations1906-1909
29/8Speeches and Writings by John P. Hartman 1907
Historical Note : Hartman was President of the Board of Regents
29/9, 37/19Financial Records1909
Scope and Content: Statement of expenditures and stocks
29/10Reports1909
Scope and Content: Secretary's report
37/19Map and Preliminary Plan (blueprint) of the Exposition1906-1909
29/11Clippings1906-1907
29/12-13Miscellany1909, undated
29/14American Alpine Club1924-1934
Associates of Eighty-Nine
29/15Incoming Letters1917-1922
29/16Clippings1889, 1921
29/17Ephemera1917-1921
Boy Scouts of America. Seattle Area Council
29/18-20General Correspondence1930-1933
29/21Speeches and Writings by Meany1933, undated
Scope and Content: "Of Interest to Young Men, " "Rovers, " and other pieces
29/22Miscellany1930-1932
29/23Daughters of the American Revolution. Rainier Chapter Seattle. Washington (George) Statue Presentation Special Committee1905-1907, undated
Meany (Edmond S.) Family
30/1Biographical Features, Photographs and Miscellaneous Unidentified Family Papers1879-1923, undated
30/2Bushnell, James S.1934
30/3English, Ada1920
30/3English, Alexander1870
30/3English, Elizabeth1883
30/3English, Eva (Mrs. Eva Bruce)1933
30/3English, Hettyundated
30/4Fitzgerald, Edundated
30/4Jensen, Maud Sharp1904
30/4Knapp, Dillis C.1933
30/5Meany, Anthony J.1881
Meany, Edmond S., Jr. (Ned)
30/6Biographical Features1930-1934
30/7-9General Correspondence1917-1952
30/10-11General Correspondence (Edmond S. Meany, Jr., as subject)1923-1935
Speeches and Writings
30/12 History of the University of Washington (as subject)1935-1936
Washington State Constitutional Convention Proceedings (as subject)
30/13General Correspondence1944-1947
30/14Analytical index by Quentin Shipley Smith1947
30/15-22Class Notes and Examinations 1927-1928
Scope and Content: All classes were taught by Edmond S. Meany
30/23Clippings1931
30/24Miscellany1928-1932
Pioneer Association of the State of Washington
Scope and Content: Northwest Historical Exhibition at Frederick and Nelson
30/25Historical Features1927
30/26-29, 31/1General Correspondence1927
30/2Lists of Exhibits1927
31/3Meany, George1882
31/4Meany, Jack (Jay)1893-1933
31/5Meany, Margaret (Mrs. J. Arthur Younger)1903-1945
Meany, Margaret Ann
31/6Biographical Features1920
31/7General Correspondence1899-1903
31/8Financial Records1900-1919
31/9Legal Documents (Homestead Claim)1899-1906
31/10Baltic Medal of Stephen E. Meany1900
31/11Photographsundated
31/12Miscellany1904-1913
Subgroups
31/13Meany (Margaret Ann) Estate1923-1928
31/14Meany, Mildredundated
Meany, Sarah Elizabeth [Ward]
37/20Biographical Features 1885
Scope and Content: University of Washington diploma
31/15General Correspondence1893-1935
31/16-18Letters of Condolence Upon the Death of Edmond S. Meany1935
Meany, Stephen E.
31/19Biographical Features1865-1877
Scope and Content: Naturalization papers, phrenological character, Pilot's Certificate, United States Inspectors Certificate to Masters, photograph
31/20Incoming Letters1866-1879
31/21Financial Records1873-1879
31/22Legal Documents 1870
Scope and Content: Bond
31/23Independent Order of Odd Fellows. O-Saw-wa-bon Lodge1865
Scope and Content: Membership certificate
31/24Meany, Steve J.1894
Meany, Thomas Mercer
31/25Biographical Features1928
31/26General Correspondence1916-1928
31/27General Correspondence (Thomas Mercer Meany as subject)1916-1929
31/28Miscellany1900-1928
31/29Ward, Betty1929
31/29Ward, Clarence C.1925-1934
31/29Ward Sarah Isabella1928
31/30Younger, J. Arthur1918-1934
32/1The Mountaineers1922-1935
General Notes: See also folders 25/4-9.
Natural Parks Association of Washington
General Notes: See folders 33/12-14
Oval Club, University of Washington
32/2-3Historical Features1914-1926
Scope and Content: Includes bound copies of the Club's official history and directory as well as correspondence concerning the Club's early history
32/4General Correspondence
32/6Speeches and Writingsundated
Scope and Content: "History of First Lieutenant Elmer John Noble, Company D, 364th Infantry"
32/7Membership Files1916-1927
32/8Project Files1919, undated
32/9Clippings1919-1928
32/10-11Miscellany1914-1928
32/12Seattle Historical Society1914, 1935
Washington. World's Fair Commission, 1893
32/13Interoffice Correspondence1892-1894
Speeches and Writings
32/14"Fight with Sea Lions"1892
32/15"State Buildings at the Fair"1893, 1933
32/16Final Report of the Washington World's Fair Commission1894
32/17Miscellany1893
Washington Historical Quarterly
32/18-22General Correspondence1928-1933
Speeches and Writings
33/1"Business Broadside of 1853" 1853, undated
Scope and Content: Meany as editor, with introduction. Includes the original broadside which was reproduced in the Washington Historical Quarterly)
33/2Speeches and Writings of Othersundated
33/2Broughton, W. R., "Proceedings of His Majesty's Brig Chatham from the 18th and 25th of May, 1792"
Scope and Content: Includes introduction by Meany
33/2Harley, Frederick C., "Hunting in Vancouver's Footsteps"1929
33/2Reagan, Albert B., "Traditions of the Hoh and Quillayute Indians"1929
33/3Bibliography 1927
Scope and Content: Mary A. Gray, compiler, "Settlement of Claims in Washington of the Hudson's Bay Company and the Puget Sound Agricultural Company"
33/4Clippings1928-1929
Washington Magazine
33/5General Correspondence1906
33/6Intraoffice Correspondence1906
Speeches and Writings of Others
33/7Burke, Thomas, "An Estimate of James J. Hill"1906
33/8Hill, James J., "Elements of Progress"1906
33/9Smith, Harlan I., "Recent Archaeological Discoveries in Northwestern America"1906
33/10Notes1906
33/11Miscellany1906
Washington Natural Parks Association
33/12General Correspondence1919-1925
33/13Publications1920-1925
33/14Miscellany1919-1925
Washington State Forestry Association
33/15Historical Featuresundated
33/16-17General Correspondence1896-1903
33/18Minutes of the First annual meeting1897
Scope and Content: Including an untitled address by Meany on Forestry in Washington State
Washington State News Bureau
33/19Historical Features1890-1891
33/20General Correspondence1890-1897
33/21Intraoffice Correspondence1890-1891
33/22Miscellany1890-1891
33/23Washington University State Historical Society1903-1904
General Notes: See also folders 32/18-22 and 33/4
Young Naturalists Society, University of Washington
33/24Historical Featuresundated
33/25General Correspondence1897
33/26Speeches and Writings by Edwin Chapin Starks1896
Scope and Content: "List of Fishes Collected at Port Ludlow, Washington"
33/27Financial Records1888-1895

  
Accession No. 0106-003
Edmond S. Meany book correspondence, before 1923
.24 cubic feet (1 positive microfilm reel, 1 negative microfilm reel)
Scope and Content
Microfilm of Meany's correspondence with persons for his book Origin of Washington Geographic Names.
Acquisition Info
From the originals lent by Robert Hitchman in 1979.

  
Accession No. 0106-004
Edmond S. Meany "Americanus" program, 1923
.03 cubic feet (1 folder)
Scope and Content
Program for "Americanus," a pageant-drama performed in the University of Washington stadium in 1923, written by Edmond Meany and Montgomery Lynch.
Acquisition Info
Gift of Mildred Gunn, September 18, 1987.

  
Accession No. 0106-005
"Washington Beloved" lyrics and arrangement, 1908, 1935
.03 cubic feet (1 folder)
General Notes
Although "Washington Beloved" was written by Professor Meany for the students of the University of Washington, the legislature later adopted it as the State Anthem of Washington.
Scope and Content
Lyrics to "Washington Beloved" (printed in 1935), and choral arrangement of "Washington Beloved" (1908) with words by Edmond Meany and music by Reginald de Koven.
Acquisition Info
Gift of Ned Meany, November 22, 1993

  
Accession No. 0106-006
Edmond S. Meany microfilmed letterpress copybooks, circa 1883-1935
4.56 cubic feet (19 reels positive microfilm; 19 reels negative microfilm.)
Scope and Content
Microfilm of letterpress copy books, circa 1883-1935.
Acquisition Info
Filmed from originals in Accession No. 0106-001.

  
Accession No. 0106-007
Edmond S. Meany's "Living Pioneers of Washington" series clippings, 1915-1920
.03 cubic feet (1 folder)
Related Material
For a complete collection of Meany's "Living Pioneers of Washington" series, please see:
Shellabarger, Martha. Edmond S. Meany's "Living Pioneers of Washington" Scrapbook., 1915. Archival material.
This item is held here at the University of Washington Special Collections in the Pacific Northwest Archive (F890 M43 1944).
Scope and Content
21 clippings from Edmond Meany's Living Pioneers of Washington series from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. The dates of publication have been clipped off, so the original order is hard to determine. The following clippings are in small sets of original order:
1) Clarence Hanford, Mrs. E. W. P. Guye, F. H. Whitworth, Billy Sehorn, Rev. F. G. Strange, Mrs. Cassandra Eckler George, and Charles T. Terry
2) John McReavy and Mrs. Mary F. Bean
3) Allen Weir and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moran
4) Dr. George V. Calhoun, Judge and Mrs. Roger S. Greene, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cooke
The remaining clippings are sorted alphabetically: J. W. Edwards, Mrs. Mary Jane Huson, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Kellogg, Capt. George W. Morse, Ira Robinson, Thomas Sharpe, Cyrus Hamlin Walker, and J. T. Williamson.
Restrictions on Access
Open to all users
Acquisition Info
Donated by John J. Elsbree, articles clipped by Esther Stark Maltby.

Subject Terms

Personal Names:
Meany, Edmond S. (Edmond Stephen), 1862-1935--Archives.

Index to correspondents in accession no. 0106-001

Abbett, N. C.47/16
Abel, Annie Heloise30/17; 35/24; 37/20; 54/9
Abernathy, Thomas P. 43/14
Abrams, Bert 34/16, 34/24, 34/27; 35/2
Abrams, Norman B. 48/13
Achenbach, Jerry49/21; 107/2
Acherboch, Naomi 36/4
Acheson, Thomas J.105/7; 106/1
Acme Business College18/6
Acme Press of Seattle51/13; 61/15
Adair, Robin 76/29
Adams, Bertha Snow 38/18-19
Adams, Brooks57/6; 104/1
Adams, Charles Francis 103/21
Adams, Edith D.51/13; 60/27; 103/20
Adams, Ephraim Douglass 30/14; 33/22; 34/13; 36/1, 36/26; 38/13; 39/1; 40/19; 42/14; 43/15; 44/4; 45/1; 46/10
Adams, G. B. 35/24
Adams, James H. 34/2
Adams, James Truslow54/11; 55/8; 109/4
Adams, Joseph 103/17
Adams, Kerney M. 54/17
Adams W. J. and Co. 10/4
Adams, W. P. C. 19/4
Adams, William H. 53/7
Adjutant, Mary C. 106/7-8; 107/1
Aftonsing, A. 72/21
Agricultural History Society36/23
Aitken, Agnes E. 56/5
Akerson, George 55/11
Alabama. Archives and History Department103/17
Alaska. Governor103/7
Alaska. Interior Department. Executive Office19/20
Alaska and Yukon Pioneers73/22
Alaska Central Railway Co.19/14
Alaska Club, Seattle103/6
Alaska Geographical Society19/1
Alaska Steamship Company109/14
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, 1909103/6-14; 104/18
Alberts, Gerald A.48/8
Albertson, A. H.32/7; 34/15-16; 44/4; 45/1; 46/23; 48/14; 51/13; 107/15
Albertson, A. J.51/13
Albertson, Charles43/2; 53/6; 51/13
Albertson, Robert B.51/13
Albright, Ernest L.53/3
Albright, Horace M.47/1; 48/16
Alden, George H.22/29
Alderman M. N. Sales Co.29/12
Alexander, Abraham Lincoln 71/4
Alexander, P. W.54/15; 55/3
Alexander, John Seward 71/4
Alfani, Alberto61/16; 105/5, 105/8; 106/1, 106/4-6
Alki Women's Improvement Club47/27; 49/30; 55/8
Allamano, Marilouise47/25
Allealy, Edmund34/21
Allen, Arnold S.54/8; 75/61
Allen, Calene L. 19/6, 19/13-14; 21/5; 33/15
Allen, Carrie L. 52/13
Allen, Charles E. 30/4
Allen, Edward W.38/25; 40/28; 47/7; 48/25-27; 50/21; 54/6; 56/9
Allen, Frank P., Jr.104/18
Allen, Gardner W.103/20
Allen, Gorden52/20
Allen, H.C. 50/14, 50/18
Allen, Harold B., II34/1-2, 34/11; 35/11
Allen, Henry J.48/26
Allen, John B. 11/16, 11/20-23, 11/27, 11/30
Allen, M. C. 71/5
Allen, May L. 71/5
Allen, Pliny L.34/21; 53/12
Allen, Riley H. 36/19; 39/27; 40/20, 40/22; 41/19, 41/21; 42/1; 43/23; 44/5; 46/10, 46/12; 47/5, 47/19; 48/20; 49/23; 50/5, 50/9, 50/24, 50/25; 51/13; 54/11; 55/0; 56/2
Allison, William H.103/21
Allmond, Charles H.12/2
Allmond, Douglass 22/7, 22/30; 27/13; 30/30; 37/13
Allmoner, I. D. 51/13
Aloha Club51/13
Alvord, A. S. 43/5, 43/7
Amanson, Jane E. 37/30
American Agriculturist 51/13
American Alpine Club 35/14; 40/25, 40/27, 40/29; 41/4, 41/7, 41/26, 41/28; 43/16, 43/22, 42/24; 45/14; 51/13
American Anthropological Association21/12
American Antiquarian Society51/13
American Association for the Advancement of Science. Pacific Division29/15, 29/23, 29/30
American Association of Masters and Pilots51/13
American Association of University Professors43/1; 51/13
American Association of University Women. Olympia43/6; 47/12
American Banker 10/6
American Book Company51/13; 56/19
American Civic Association30/13
American College Bureau 39/6-7; 52/11
American Collegiate Doctor's Degree Men's Association47/13
American Commission to Negotiate Peace34/19
American Council of Learned Societies43/21
American Council of Learned Societies. Dictionary of American Biography 72/59
American Economic Association51/13
American Federation of Arts35/13; 51/13
American Forest Congress20/25
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American Historical Review 46/5, 46/25; 47/22; 49/14; 55/2, 55/6
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Anderson, Oliver P.19/29
Anderson, Troyer S.53/4
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Angle, R. C. 71/8
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Archer, A. W. 37/3
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Austin, W. L. 11/24
Authors Clipping Bureau103/17
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Bailey, F. H. 34/2-4
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Baker, Charles H. 21/8
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Baker, H. P. 21/1
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Baker, Marian E. 56/1
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Baker-Crothers, Hays 52/14
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Ball, Lucy 41/12; 53/9
Ballaine, J. F. 107/4
Ballinger, J. H. 55/7
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Barber, B. R. 34/17
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Barnard, Julius14/24; 15/2
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Barnett, George 34/20
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Barrett, John 22/28, 22/30
Barrett, S. E. 51/14
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Barsa, H. F.76/38
Bartholet, Juliana50/24
Barthlett Tree Research Laboratories 48/5, 48/7
Bartlett, Alice Hunt 96/13
Bartlett, Belle 75/33
Barton's Legislative Manual 12/7
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Bascom, E. T. 36/15
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Basler, H. H. 54/6
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Bateman, C. C. 18/30
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Beardsley, George O. 37/5-6
Beaton, Welford 29/21, 29/28
Bebb and Gould, architects, Seattle104/19
Bechdolt, A. F.35/11
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Beck, B. C. 34/6-7
Beck, Eleanor Nordhoff37/16
Beck, George W.38/10
Beck, Louise C. (Mrs. N. W.)24/1; 28/7
Beck. Mrs. N. N.51/14
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Bedell, Harriet M.53/12
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Beeler, Adam54/14
Beeler, Mae B. 51/14
Beers, Alexander 75/54
Beffel, John Nicholas 52/12
Begg, Alex 11/17
Begg, George F. 37/21
Begley, Neal H. 105/5, 105/7-8
Belgium. Consulate. Seattle61/16; 73/62; 100/3; 105/1-2, 105/4, 105/7; 106/3, 106/5; 107/3
Belgium. Embassy. Washington, D.C. 107/3
Bell, Roscoe W.28/2; 49/20; 74/35
Bell, W. E. 75/7
Bell, William 33/20
Belleau, W. E. 52/11
Bellevue. Union High School53/7
Bellingham, Albert 50/19; 51/14
Bellingham. Public Library52/10
Bellingham Herald 54/14
Bellingham Publishing Company108/5
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Benbow, Earl W.56/11
Bender, Robert51/14
Bender, W. B.52/17
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Benjamin, Arthur O.37/14
Bennet, J. G.51/14
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Bennett, Vernon G.28/10; 37/18
Bennett, W. M.56/19
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Bensen, Garfield R.50/5
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Benson, H. K.22/10, 22/22; 42/22, 42/24; 45/1; 51/9; 52/5, 52/9
Benson, Naomi A.47/24; 50/22
Bent, George P. 12/6
Benton, Josiah Henry 103/20
Berberick, Clement 28/1
Bergman, J. O., Jr.53/4
Berhdolt, A. F. 22/5
Bernard, W. E. 71/20
Berry, P. E.11/18; 12/6
Best, C. L.50/18; 107/2
Best, Elva 57/6
Best, J. B. 36/14-16
Best, John A. 29/17, 29/25; 31/25
Best, Walter C. 56/1
Beuschlein, W. L. 102/8
Beyer, Einar 107/1
Bibb, T. W. 33/19
Bickford, Elmer L.35/7, 35/12, 35/26; 37/24; 38/9, 38/13; 39/16; 40/24; 42/18; 44/3; 45/1
Bigelow, A. J.51/14; 56/4
Bigelow, D. E.19/27
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Biggs, Statina55/4
Billings, Blanch51/14
Biltmore Forest School109/12
Bingham, Kate Stevens17/27; 18/12,18/17, 18/21-22, 18/26 18/28-29; 19/3-5; 21/21, 21/24; 22/20-21; 23/3
Bird, Carl53/10
Bird, Emma Mar ie53/1
Bird, J. S.56/18
Bird. Joseph V. 28/4-5
Birge, E. A.38/14; 57/19; 50/24
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Birkett, John L.51/14
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Bishop, William W.34/19
Bispham, Elizabeth71/60
Bissett, Cark P.37/30; 51/14; 105/6
Bitter, Karl104/15
Black, George H.35/22
Black, Jean Phyllis53/5
Blackburn, F. E.38/1
Blackburn, H. H.39/3
Blackburn, John T. 71/24
Blacknell, Lawrence 55/1
Blaine, E. F. 83/20
Blair, William J. 37/10-11, 37/18
Blalock, N. G.11/2, 11/21, 11/30, 11/34
Blankenship, George E.21/9
Blanker, Alberta McPhie55/8
Bleakney, W. H. 54/2
Blethen, Alden J.19/4, 19/28; 20/23; 21/17, 21/19; 22/7, 22/24; 23/1, 23/23, 23/25; 24/5, 24/20; 26/25; 27/8; 51/15
Blethen, C. B.44/21; 47/17; 49/21; 55/7; 56/1; 61/17; 71/23; 103/11; 106/7-8; 107/1-2
Blethen, Joseph 21/2, 21/22; 24/4, 24/7; 25/10-11; 26/18; 27/3, 27/12-13; 52/2
Block, D. (Haller)10/13
Bloedel, J. H.48/6; 49/10; 50/6
Bloedel (Donovan) Lumber Mills72/33
Blood T. L. and Co. 40/5-6
Bloom, Sol 61/18; 96/12-13
Blue, George Verne37/29
Blyben, Mary S. 60/27
Boas, Franz 24/7; 26/12-13, 26/15
Bockmier, Jules54/8; 56/11
Boeing Company38/7
Boeing, W. E.33/11; 49/10
Boettcher, A. R. 56/1
Bogardus, C. E. 36/8
Bogart, Nancy M. 71/25
Bogoiavlensky, N. B. 61/16; 100/4; 105/1-2, 105/4-5, 105/7-8; 106/1-5, 106/8; 107/1
Bohn, Herman. /33/23
Boistfort High School51/15
Bolivia. Consulate. Seattle . 61/16; 105/1-2, 105/4-5, 104/7; 106/1-55; 108/11
Bologna. Atheneum Rector105/2
Bolshakoff, Arsenic A.19/26, 19/34, 19/37; 20/7, 20/24, 20/27
Bolton, Charles Knowles 61/15, 61/18
Bolton, Edwin L.52/14
Bolton, Frederick E.27/26; 31/18; 32/13, 32/15; 34/8, 34/10; 35/1, 35/25; 36/12, 36/18-19; 39/27; 48/9; 49/12; 52/6, 52/8, 52/15; 97/9
Bolton, Herbert E.30/12; 32/24; 33/8, 33/10, 33/14, 33/16, 33/23; 35/24; 36/3, 36/20, 36/24; 28/21; 42/15; 43/16; 46/16; 47/15, 55/3
Bolton, Thaddeus L. 49/12
Bond, C. H. 55/2
Bone, Scott C.31/14; 32/3; 32/11; 53/10; 68/8
Bonell, Aura49/25
Bonham, Mieledge L.29/2; 35/23
Bonham, W. L., Jr.57/6
Bonnell, Anna M.56/8
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Book, Carl S. 77/57
Boole, George 23/5
Boomingdon, John 35/6
Booth, Lawrence S. 35/21
Booth, Percy N. 103/20
Boothroyd, Samuel L. 37/21; 45/5, 45/16; 57/6
Borden, Frank N.52/17
Borsden, Dr.57/6
Boren, Frank E. 71/27
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Borrow, Dorothy53/6
Borzone, Frank71/29
Boston. Public Library52/13; 60/27
Boston Athenaeum. Library 61/15, 61/18
Boston Evening Transcript 77/6
Boston Transcript 51/15
Bosworth, Mary 53/12
Bosworth, W. M. 63/11
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Bouck, William17/10
Boulet, John Baptist33/21; 33/24; 71/30
Bourne, Henry E.51/12
Bovey, J. Elmer19/36; 34/22; 39/7; 52/13
Bowden, Angie Burt (Mrs. Edmund) 32/26; 39/18; 44/4; 45/1, 45/5; 46/16; 48/20; 57/6; 61/16; 104/18-19; 105/3, 105/6; 106/5-6, 106/8
Bowden, Inez 107/1-3
Bowell, Nettie S. 65/6-7
Bowen, B. A. 29/29
Bowers, Nathan A. 51/5
Bowersox, La Verne K. 38/4; 53/7
Bowman, A. C. 35/22
Bowman, F. M. 21/32
Bowman, Francis J. 56/1
Bowman, J. W. 22/6-8, 22/11; 24/7, 24/18; 25/4, 25/10, 25/17, 25/20; 26/1, 26/3, 26/7, 26/11, 26/14; 27/19
Bowman, Jacob N.51/15; 52/16; 57/6 103/20
Bowman, Nora I. 47/27; 48/1, 48/7, 48/9, 48/12-13
Boy Scouts of America48/14; 50/7, 50/11, 50/13, 50/19; 51/12; 52/20; 54/11; 105/1, 105/5-6, 105/8; 106/1-2, 106/5; 107/1-3
Boy Scouts of America. Seattle 51/7, 51/15
Boy Scouts of America. Tacoma49/30
Boyce, Bobbie104/18
Boyce, Robert W.22/4
Boyns, Robert S.105/3
Boynton, Arthur J.103/17
Boys Club of America. Seattle34/23
Brabant, A. J.20/11; 22/2
Brace, J.83/12
Brackett, A. Wendall51/15; 56/1
Bracóns, Adolfo 100/4; 105/7; 106/2-5; 108/11
Brad, James F. 39/6
Brady, James F. 4/2; 105/8; 106/1-2
Brainerd, Erastus10/20; 11/1, 11/17; 21/6, 21/8, 21/12, 21/14, 21/17, 21/30; 24/14; 27/11; 29/7; 51/15
Brand, Carl F. 56/19
Brander, H. Phil 55/8
Branson, Lindley C. 54/15
Brantner, James 52/11
Brasch, F. E. 109/4
Brattstrom, Eric106/2-6, 106/8
Braun, Ferd 39/20
Brawley, Edith M. 51/15
Brawley, Gertrude F. 29/18; 37/4-5; 38/15; 39/27; 46/13; 48/24; 50/29
Brazil. Consulate. Seattle61/16; 105/5, 105/7-8; 106/5-6, 106/8; 107/2-3; 108/11
Brearley, Ethel M.54/13
Brenna, Paulo G.105/1
Brenner, Earl51/3
Brereton, George H. 56/1
Brett, George P.40/18; 51/15; 96/1
Bretz, Julian P. 103/17
Brewer, A. S. 53/14
Brewer, Thomas E. 43/2
Brewer, W. F.34/3-4, 34/6, 34/8
Brick, G. W. 54/15
Bridges, C. H.48/18; 71/60
Briggs, Charles A.10/21; 52/6
Brigham (M.S.) Motor Car Co.27/17
Brintall, B. W. 51/15
Brisbin, Louise 55/11
Brislin, J. P. 49/20
Brislin, Lily Berringer 75/32
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British Columbia. Archives55/3
British Columbia. Lands Department54/3
British Columbia. Legislative Library 57/13-14, 57/21; 28/12; 60/7
British Columbia. Prime Minister48/22
British Columbia. Provincial Library50/22
British Columbia. Public Works Department73/43
British Columbia. University. Library37/25
Britlen, B. R. 51/15
Brock, F. V. 34/13
Brockman, C. Frank 54/17
Brokaw, S. E. 53/13
Broliant, A. J. 26/13
Brookes, A. M.10/12; 71/32
Brooklyn Building, Inc. 54/22
Brooklyn Market51/15
Brooks, Quincy A. 71/33
Brooks, Richard E. 22/16; 23/15; 24/13, 24/16, 24/21
Brosman, Cornelius J. 33/15; 34/26; 35/16; 36/7; 37/6-7; 38/10; 42/25; 43/13; 49/16-17, 49/21, 49/26; 521/7; 57/6; 77/42
Brotherhood Bank and Trust Company53/7
Brougham, Royal40/16
Broughton, Delves48/1
Brown, A. A.53/14
Brown, A. N. 21/24; 22/1, 22/3-4, 22/7
Brown, Artie47/26
Brown, Ashmun42/17
Brown, Beriah71/34
Brown, Mrs. Burt L.56/1
Brown, Charles C.106/2
Brown, D. A.53/6
Brown, D. W.71/35
Brown, Dorris A. 41/3, 41/6, 41/19-20, 41/22-23, 41/26-27, 41/31, 41/35; 42/1-2, 42/5, 42/9-10, 42/16, 42/20, 42/23; 43/3-4, 43/7, 43/18, 43/24
Brown, Edwin J., Sr. 28/8; 39/10, 39/12-13; 51/15; 57/6; 104/19
Brown, F. V.32/10
Brown, Frank D.37/5
Brown, Gisella Donath49/26
Brown, Harry35/17
Brown, Ira C.107/1
Brown, Mrs. M. H.45/10; 55/3
Brown, Margaret B.51/15
Brown, Marshall S.40/4
Brown, N. N.53/6
Brown, Naomi B. (Mrs. Royden V.)71/36
Brown, Newman Thurston50/3
Brown, P. H.48/3
Brown, Ruth A. 105/5, 105/7; 106/2
Brown, William C.24/18; 54/15
Browne, Elaine56/13
Brownell, Eugene B.46/13
Bruen, Norman J.53/7
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Brush, Elizabeth P. 35/4
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Buchanan, "Buck" 83/10
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Buchanan, Charles W.51/15
Buchanan, G. O.108/5
Buchanan, Iva L.51/15; 106/6
Buchignani, Teresa52/19; 53/3
Buck, C. J. 48/10, 48/14, 48/16
Buck, George F.51/15
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Bucklin, E. S.35/5; 71/40
Budd, Ralph50/22
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Bulfinch, J. A.32/24
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Bureau of University Travel104/16
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Burke, Gordon 103/11
Burke, L. E. 51/15
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Burke, W. 76/32
Thomas Burke Thomas Memorial Committee71/43
Burlesan, A. S.34/20
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Burnett, Hazel53/7
Burns, Edward G.104/17
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Burroughs, Walter 105/6
Burton, M. L. 35/14
Burton, Margaret 55/9
Burton, Robert Allen 43/15
Bush, A. W. 21/21, 21/24; 23/15
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Bush, L. L. 27/12; 36/19, 36/24, 36/26; 71/46
Bushnell, James S.55/8
Bushnell, Jane E.103/7
Business Chronicle 36/19
Business and Professional Women's Club. Seattle 36/8, 36/1-20, 36/23; 37/15; 38/6; 40/13; 45/20; 48/12; 55/10; 56/1, 56/13
Business Girl's Club. Seattle34/9
Business Historical Society75/23
Business Women's Civic Club. Seattle35/2
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Butler, J. T.12/3
Butler, Nicholas Murray48/6; 71/47
Butler, Rena 54/2
Butler, Richard 23/22
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Byers, H. E. 51/15
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Byle, M. J. 71/48
Byles, Martha Rosamond 71/49
Byran, Edgar 109/14
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Caby, O. G. 83/10
Caggle, C. Clyde 94/1
Caithness, Jeanne 36/8, 36/13; 51/16
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Caldwell, Frank H.105/4
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Calhoun, Scott35/13
Calhoun, W. M.57/7
California. University. Geography Department 19/26-27
California. University. Berkeley. Paleontology Museum52/11
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Callison, J. G.25/5
Callow Car Committee51/16
Callow, Sara Troy34/14
Callum, B. M.37/9
Calvert Company57/7
Calwell, Mildred73/51
Camas. Public Schools.55/2
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Cambridge History of the British Empire 41/34
Cambridge Tribune 41/34
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Cameron, Robert 17/25
Cameron, W. H. 71/28
Camp, Eva M. 47/16; 56/13-14
Camp Fire Girls48/16; 56/17; 105/5, 105/7; 106/2-5, 106/7-8; 107/2-3
Campbell, Angus M.34/16
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Campbell, John V. 71/54
Campbell, Ronald 83/22
Campos, Lauro M. 105/2, 105/4
Canada. Historic Sites and Monuments Board52/12
Canadian Pacific Railway Company94/1
Canby, Harry18/4; 21/30; 22/2
Candle, Mamie50/28
Canfield, C. T.22/4
Cann, Mabel38/6
Cann, Thomas H.22/18; 71/55; 72/60
Cannon, Clarence34/19
Cannon, Miles44/2; 54/8
Canse, John M. 48/9, 48/11; 49/12, 49/15; 50/17
Capestick, Edith 48/12, 48/26; 49/16, 49/22
Caraher, Michael 71/56
Cardwell, Betty Ann 55/1
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Carey, "Jack" 57/7
Carey, Luella S. 53/8
Carhart, B. 103/8
Carlander, Willa Utley 52/12
Carleton, Guy 51/16
Carlson, Frank 103/17
Carlson, Mrs. J. A. 51/16
Carlson, Rose C. 56/4
Carlson, Signe E. 49/3
Carmack, Margarite 71/57
Carmichael, Alfred 37/24
Carnation Milk Farms76/76
Carnegie, Andrew 27/16
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace56/1
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Carnovale, Luigi 51/16
Carpenter, A. J. 34/10
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Carpenter, Charles B. 36/10
Carpenter, F. W. 39/10
Carr, Arthur E. 36/10-11
Carr, F. W. 41/20
Carr, Laura 51/16
Carr, Mrs. U. A. 71/59
Carrick, K. K. 34/16, 34/18
Carron, John E. 96/13
Carroll, P. P. 21/10
Carroll, Thomas 10/3
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Carver, T. N.56/4
Cascade Coal Company53/9
Case, Bert 27/16, 27/26
Case, Elizabeth 107/1-2
Case, I. Hill 11/3
Case, Ida M. 28/8-9
Case, R. A. 34/19, 34/21
Casey, Aurelia 106/4
Casey, Ralph D. 35/4
Cashmere. Public Schools53/5
Cass, Bessy 53/14
Cassiday, Rosalind 55/8
Caston, C. C. 55/1
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Catholic Northwest Progress29/31; 51/28
Catholic Social Betterment League30/10
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Caulkins, Glenn W.33/19; 35/3, 35/6; 36/9, 36/23; 37/18; 39/10, 39/26; 40/6, 40/11; 52/10
Cavanaugh, Thomas H. 11/22; 14/1, 14/4, 14/21
Centralia Chronicle 12/22
Century Company103/17
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Cessna, Orange Howard21/29
Chadwick, ?51/16
Chadwick, H. A.20/23; 29/30; 35/5; 43/5, 43/10; 54/7
Chadwick, H. S. 77/74
Chadwick, Stephen J. 29/11; 32/21; 71/61
Chaffee, Eva32/21
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Chamber of Commerce. Olympia19/26
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Chamber of Commerce. Seattle. Foreign Trade Bureau52/17; 54/4-5; 105/1, 105/4; 106/1-2, 106/5-8; 107/1-2
Chamber of Commerce. Seattle. Lake Washington Canal Celebration Committee83/12
Chamber of Commerce. Seattle. Publicity Bureau 27/19-21, 27/23, 27/30; 28/2-3; 52/19
Chamber of Commerce. Tacoma12/10, 27/18
Chamber of Commerce. Venice of America22/23
Chamber of Commerce. Washington55/2
Chamber of Commerce. Wenatchee42/8
Chambers, Raymond 34/1
Chance, N. H. 52/4
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Chandler, W. D. 52/2
Chandler, W. M. 71/64
Channing, Edward 103/21
Chapel, Delsie 55/11
Chapel, Rosa B. 54/7
Chapin, Robert C.
Chaplin, W. S. 103/6
Chapman, Charles E.34/3; 46/20; 52/18
Chapman, Charles H. 46/17-18
Chapman, E. S. 15/13
Chappel, Gordon K. 56/19
Charity Organization Society30/10
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Charlton, H. R.72/22
Chase, W. Corwin39/24
Chase, Waldo S.39/24
Chase National Bank55/10
Cheasty, E. C.28/2
Cheasty's, Seattle54/14
Chehalis. Free Public Library74/3; 76/37
Chehalis Bee 12/20
Chelan County Pioneer Association54/2
Chelan Leader 12/21
Cheney, L. S.19/29
Chicago, Saint Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway Company108/5
Chicago Times 10/5
Chicago Tribune 10/6; 51/16
Chief Joseph, Mrs. 21/17, 26
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Chilberg, Anna M.75/86
Chilberg, J. E. 22/18; 24/15, 24/24; 25/5, 25/18; 26/7, 26/20, 26/23, 26/25; 30/18; 31/5, 31/10; 32/2; 33/2-3; 35/8; 51/16; 103/7, 103/11
Chilberg, Nelson71/68
Chilcoot, Joseph T.71/69
Child, C. M.34/10
Child, Elsie 51/16
Child, Helen 52/9
Child, Nellie T. 106/2-3
Children of the American Revolution106/2
Childs, Harry J.52/20
Chile. Consulate. Seattle55/6; 61/16; 100/3; 105/1-2, 105/7; 106/1, 106/3-6; 107/1-3; 108/11
Chile. Embassy. Washington, D.C.107/3
China. Consulate. Seattle106/3; 107/2
China. Embassy. Washington, D.C.107/3
China Club of Seattle34/3; 38/7; 45/1; 53/15; 55/1
Chinard, Gilbert 46/20; 51/16; 56/3, 56/5; 61/17
Chinese Students' Club University of Washington44/20
Chinook Historical Society49/19
Chipman, Hal10/2
Chisholm, William 35/17; 37/2; 39/21, 39/23; 51/16; 53/12
Chittenden, Hiram M. 32/20; 51/16; 103/17
Christie, Francis A.103/22
Christie, J. H.35/16; 51/16
Church, T. J. 10/9-10
Churchill, F. A., Jr.27/24
Churchill, Vernon R.36/18; 51/16
Chute, Clara E.48/6
Circle 51/16
Citizens' Committee 26/10, 26/12
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Clanton, Frederick A.77/60
Clare, Eugene72/21
Clark, Aaron B.24/7
Clark, Arthur H.38/18
Clark, Dan E. 33/25; 34/23; 40/28; 41/6, 41/8; 42/7; 53/3; 55/11
Clark. Dee21/31
Clark, E. T. 37/8
Clark, Elizabeth 49/27
Clark, Eugene F. 60/27
Clark, F. Lewis 10/11
Clark. Franklin S.41/7
Clark, Harry A. 50/32; 51/2
Clark, Howard F. 55/8
Clark, Irving M.35/7; 36/16; 37/2; 40/28; 43/18; 44/7; 48/5; 49/5; 50/19; 60/27
Clark, John34/10
Clark, R. C.41/5
Clark University51/17
Clark, W. T.12/1
Clark, Walter E.26/2
Clark, Whit H. 39/6
Clark, William S. 107/1
Clark, Mrs. William S. 107/2
Clark (Arthur H.) Company 48/5
Clarke, Dick 49/22
Clarke, Fred A. 76/80
Clarke, Helen W. 51/17
Robert Clarke Company51/17
Class of 1901, University of Wisconsin53/10
Classic Record Company53/1
Clay, W. H. 36/7-8, 36/14, 36/18, 36/24; 37/16, 37/21; 38/11, 60/27
Claypool, Charles Ethelbert 27/11; 49/8, 49/10; 75/38
Clemans, C. S.51/17; 103/10
Clemans, L. 34/22
Clemen, Rudolf A. 50/31
Clements, Mary 71/73
Clemmer, Ruth 52/13
Clift, Georgia W. 54/17
Clise, J. W. 103/11
Cloud, A. J. 40/15
Cloud, Dan 36/15
Clough, Victor W. 49/17
Clymer, Athene 50/30
Cobb, John N.43/14; 45/1
Cockburn, C. G.46/23; 50/20
Cockerill, Mrs. D. D. 51/17
Cody, William F. ("Buffalo Bill")18/25
Coe, Frany H. 18/30
Coffin, Belle V. 53/2
Coffin, Margaret 55/8
Coffman, A. L. 51/17
Coffman, Dobson and Company51/17
Coffman, Harry C., II 17/12-15, 17/20; 18/2-4, 18/6, 18/12; 19/35-36; 21/30-31; 22/1, 22/5, 22/13, 22/14, 22/23, 22/25-27; 23/1; 25/4; 26/5, 26/22; 29/11; 31/7, 31/16, 31/23; 32/18; 39/29; 41/12, 41/15; 48/21; 51/17; 52/20; 53/7; 54/8; 57/7; 71/28
Coffman, Mrs. Harry C.71/76
Coffman, Noah B. 10/11; 11/2; 27/4; 36/26; 41/29; 42/22; 45/1; 46/11; 50/23; 51/9-10; 53/12; 71/77
Coffman, William M.71/78
Cokestick, Edith51/17
Colby, Mereth49/14
Coldwell, Ethel Hunley34/6, 34/9, 34/15, 34/27; 38/4-5, 38/8; 52/5
Cole, Frank B. 11/18
Cole, Percival R. 45/1
Cole, Thomas R. 55/10
Coleman, Christopher B. 103/20
Colfax Whitman Company11/33
College Club of Seattle38/10
College of Puget Sound41/15; 41/29; 53/13; 72/67
College of Puget Sound. Alumni Association41/33; 42/7; 43/7
Collier, B. C.51/17
Collier, Mrs. G. H.10/3
Collier's 103/10
Collins, Arthur J.19/13, 19/36; 22/10, 22/20, 22/22, 22/28; 25/9-10; 46/6; 48/10; 52/13; 56/3
Collins, Charles R.20/21
Collins, Josiah24/15, 24/22; 39/15; 103/10-11
Collins, Opal H.51/17
Collins, Robert Lee51/12
Collins, Winfield G.51/17; 77/10
Collyer, Samuel Throughout boxes 11-13; also 11/25, 34/12; 38/18-19
Colman, George A.31/10
Colman, J. M.33/16
Colman, L. J.11/2; 20/23
Colonist, Victoria51/17
Colorado. House12/5
Colton, Agnes L.54/11
Columbia. Consulate. Seattle 57/7; 100/3; 106/6, 106/8; 107/1-2; 108/11
Columbia. Embassy. Washington, D.C.107/3
Columbia University16/5; 38/23; 51/17
Colver, J. Newton51/17
Colville Examiner 52/12
Colvin, O. D.12/4
Colvocoresses, Harold49/29; 50/1, 50/13, 50/20, 50/22, 50/27
Combs, Henrietta Du Hamel51/1; 96/13
Comegys, Henry C. 71/80
Commack, Josephine 96/12
Community Fund. Seattle38/21
Community Nursing Service51/17
Compton, Mrs. L. F. 51/17
Concrete. Public Schools. Superintendent52/14
Cordliffe, J. B. I54/3
Condon, Herbert T. .21/12; 22/10; 23/11; 26/21; 27/-6, 27/12, 27/29; 29/29; 31/10, 31/20; 32/14, 32/16, 32/22; 35/3; 38/12, 38/19; 40/3, 40/15, 40/23; 41/9,21; 45/12; 46/1; 48/22-23; 49/21; 50/17, 50/21, 50/27-28; 51/17; 53/5; 57/7; 98/11; 104/19; 105/5, 105/7-8; 106/1-2, 106/4, 106/6, 106/8; 107/1-2
Condon, John T. 11/23-24; 12/7; 17/6, 17'18; 34/2, 34/16, 34/26; 35/13; 37/6, 37/14, 37/28; 39/16; 97/8
Condon, Marian C. 37/9; 40/30; 41/7; 48/20; 105/5-6; 55/9
Condon, Mary E.10/3
Condon, Maude N.51/17
Condon, R. W.22/18; 23/1; 35/3, 35/22; 48/5, 48/18; 55/5; 71/82
Conference of State Historical Agencies of the Upper Mississippi Valley41/31
Congregationalists. Brooklyn Congregational Church16/23
Congregationalists. Pilgrim Congregational Church51/29
Congregationalists. Plymouth Congregational Church51/29
Congregationalists. University Congregational Church51/17; 56/2
Congregationalists. University Congregational Church. Men's Club83/17
Congregationalists. Queen Anne Congregational Church51/17
Congress of Youth33/12
Connick, Janet54/4
Conover, C. T. 12/5-6; 14/1, 14/10; 32/13; 33/5, 33/22; 39/4; 40/1; 44/13; 48/24; 51/17; 53/5; 71/43; 73/63; 106/7
Conover, Douglas C.71/85; 103/10; 106/4
Conover, S. B.11/17, 11/20, 11/22, 11/24-25, 11/33
Conrad, A. Z.96/1
Conrow, Wilford S. 61/15
Consolidated School District 107, Entiat55/11
Consolidated School District 192, Skykomish55/1
Consolidated School District 201, Oak Harbor53/7
Conway, Elisabeth W.46/15
Cook, Arthur A.53/15
Cook, Arthur F.36/16
Cook, Mrs. Francis H.
Cooke, Belle W.71/89
Cooke, Clinton T. 18/15; 37/20; 38/23; 41/17; 51/17; 53/12; 71/89; 77/44; 55/9
Coolidge, Calvin60/27
Coolidge, Charles18/23
Coombs, H.71/90
Coon, S. J.50/18; 108/11
Coontz, R. E.55/8; 96/1
Cooper, Frank B.27/6, 27/15, 27/20; 28/7, 28/14; 30/19, 30/23, 30/25; 34/1, 34/25; 109/14
Cooper, George B. 53/7
Cooper, Lillian H.106/8; 107/1
Cooper, Margaret C. 56/12
Cooper, Ruth 55/8
Cooper, Thomas 14/3
Cope, Frances 56/5
Copenhaver, E. 51/9
Copestick, Edith 71/6
Corbin, G. E. W. 103/8
Corcoran Gallery of Art 61/15, 61/17; 96/13
Cornell, Sabra S.71/92
Cornell University. President
Cornish, Carol C.55/9
Cosgrove, Howard G.72/1
Cosmopolis. Public School48/9
Coshow, Oliver P.72/43
Costa Rica. Consulate. Seattle106/2, 106/8
Costa Rica. Embassy. Washington, D.C.107/3
Costello, Gilbert S.35/11; 51/17
Costello, W. J. 56/25, 56/8
Costigan, Giovanni107/3
Cotterill, George F.28/11
Cottingham, C.40/6
Cottman, D. L.20/26
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Coupe, Mollie Moore43/12
Couper, William22/16, 22/19, 22/21, 22/23-24, 22/27, 22/30; 23/4, 23/25
Courier-Journal Company51/17
Covington, M. A. 53/3
Cowan, Marjory 51/17
Cowell, Ray T. 52/11
Cowen, E. O. 51/17
Cowles, W. H. 52/20
Cox, A. H. 35/12
Cox, Claude W. 50/13
Cox, E. B. 54/7
Cox, Eugene A. 53/13
Cox, J. J. 73/76
Cox, Manning W.29/10; 34/15; 39/13
Cox, William E. 45/19; 46/8; 47/10; 51/17; 106/4-6
Craddock, D. W.54/11; 55/2
Crafts, William G.21/25; 22/17
Cram, George F.42/24
Crandall, D. E.74/34
Crandall, Lulu D.28/16; 37/23; 38/3, 38/8, 38/18; 39/3, 39/6, 39/29; 40/20, 40/22; 41/3, 41/19, 41/21-22; 42/2, 42/23; 43/4; 52/18; 53/4, 53/6; 55/4; 57/7
Crandall, Marguerite E. 53/12
Crapser, Ann47/26; 48/2; 49/23; 50/30; 51/18
Crary, Harold36/3; 40/19; 52/19
Crary, S. N. S.10/21
Craven, A. J.28/11
Craven, Inez47/25; 41/18
Crawford, Clayton51/18; 102/20
Crawford, H. D.22/27
Crawford, Margaret E. A.55/7
Crawford, N. Allan71/8
Crawford, Samuel L.72/5
Crayton, Catherine55/7
Creer, L. H. 61/17; 106/8; 107/2-3
Cress, Eleanor Chittenden 48/2
Crissey, M. H. 50/19
Crockett, Samuel D. 72/8
Crollard, Fred M. 39/28, 39/29; 48/19; 49/22; 50/22; 55/7
Cron, Hans 100/4; 106/8; 107/1-3
Crosby, F. L.58/3
Crounse, Bertha L.107/3
Crow, Joseph W.51/18; 72/9
Crowley, D. M.21/13
Crowley, Myrtle51/18
Cruise, Laura Gilliliand46/5
Crump, Nadine37/27
Cullinan, Nicholas L.53/10
Culver, Mary L.106/3
Culver, O. H. 22/30; 29/9-10
Cummings, Mary A.21/19
Cummings, W. O. 35/7, 35/14
Cummins, Nora B. 37/11, 37/13; 46/4
Cunningham, Gertrude51/12; 56/18
Curme, George O.10/3; 40/22; 47/24; 60/27
Curran, J. W.38/14
Currey, E. G. 56/5
Currey, G. Seymour 103/20
Currie, Helen 107/15
Currier, Susan Lord 18/6; 19/22; 104/12
Curtis, Asahel24/21; 25/3, 25/21; 27/6, 27/12, 27/18, 27/29; 28/30; 29/1, 29/9; 31/24; 32/14; 34/24; 45/19, 45/21; 48/27; 49/1, 49/24-25; 26/10
Curtis, Edward L.51/11
Curtis, Edward S.20/22, 22/25, 22/27-28, 22/30, 23/1, 23/11-13, 23/15-16, 23/24-26, 24/4, 24/19, 25/8-9, 25/16, 25/20, 26/4, 27/4, 28/10, 28/12, 28/24, 29/10-11, 30/17, 31/16, 31/19, 37/8, 37/10, 37/14, 37/22, 37/26, 39/5, 39/11, 48/7, 48/13, 49/8, 49/10, 49/24, 50/18, 50/21, 50/26, 51/18 (contains photocopies of all the Edward S. Curtis letters); 83/18, 103/17
Curtiss, Dorothy D.49/22; 50/21
Cushman, Francis W.104/17
Custer, John S.34/24
Cutting, Martha R.83/10
Czechoslovakia. Consulate. Seattle61/16; 100/3; 106/2-6, 206/8; 107/1-3
Daggy, M. L.57/7
Dahlin, Ebba37/28; 61/17; 105/7; 106/5
Dahm, E. J.34/10, 34/15, 34/24-26
Dailliy, Ed23/25
Daily, J. H.52/9
Daily Financial America 36/10
Daily Illustrated News, Los Angeles56/18
Dallam, Frank M.35/17
Daly, Marcel R. 100/3
Daniels, Joseph28/1, 28/5; 30/13; 36/20; 37/15, 37/18; 38/12; 39/11; 43/5; 44/17 22; 46/4-5, 46/19; 42/25; 47/19; 48/8-9, 48/16, 48/19, 48/27; 49/29; 50/26, 50/30; 51/18; 56/2; 57/7; 97/8,9; 98/12; 100/21; 101/3; 108/11
Darby, Harriett74/21
Darling, Charles H.20/21
Darling, Joseph21/31
Darlington, J. Howard 48/11-12; 50/32
Dartmouth College60/27
Das, Taraknath27/17; 28/9, 28/12, 28/15; 29/5? (no item in folder; possible error on original inventory), 29/9, 29/30
Daschner, John T.48/5
Dasmann, Anna41/5
Dater, Philip H.56/10
Daughters of the American Revolution52/20; 56/18; 61/16; 71/1; 83/19; 96/12; 104/4-19; 105/1-8; 106/1-8; 107/1-3
Daughters of the American Revolution. Washington 22/1; 30/16; 32/26; 38/24; 39/9-10, 39/22; 41/2; 43/13; 47/27; 51/18
Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington73/51
Davenport, Bennett F.103/20
Davenport, Gawin44/15
David, C. W. 33/17, 33/22, 33/25; 34/4, 34/6; 35/4; 36/6; 37/3, 37/26; 39/8; 50/23; 57/7; 60/27
Davids, George 24/12
Davidson, Elinor Campbell 28/21, 28/24-25; 29/26; 30/31; 32/6; 33/10; 35/2; 36/1, 36/25; 37/18; 38/13; 39/16; 40/17; 42/19-20, 42/23, 42/25; 44/1-2, 44/4; 45/1, 45/24; 46/8; 47/18; 49/4-5, 49/22; 50/22, 50/24; 51/18; 52/16; 54/4; 57/7; 60/27
Davidson, Elizabeth48/9
Davidson, J. George16/1; 20/14, 20/21; 21/23; 25/6-7, 25/23-24; 26/5, 26/24
Davidson, J. N.103/17, 103/22
Davidson, Jean C. 33/24
Davidson, William J.103/20
Davies, John T. 39/11
Davies, Thomas 53/11
Davis, ? 51/18
Davis, Carolyn E. 53/4
Davis, Clara M. 106/6, 106/8
Davis, D. T. 12/2
Davis, Edward H. 103/20
Davis, Erma Nelson 42/18
Davis, H. H. 53/15
Davis, Mrs. Harold A. 50/32
Davis, Mrs. Herbert H. 55/1; 72/13
Davis, Mrs. J. P. 54/12
Davis, James H. 106/1
Davis, Luther J. 72/14
Davis, Madison 103/21
Davis, Mary Lee %
Davis, Mary Wright 33/17
Davis, Ozora S.28/27; 34/10; 37/24; 38/15; 39/18; 40/18; 42/19; 55/4; 60/27
Davis, R. J.35/21; 57/7
Davis, Robert M.38/4
Davis, W. B.54/11
Davis, W. H.72/15
Davis, Walter S.34/1
Dawson, Arthur H.10/22
Dawson, Edith B.107/2
Dawson, Edgar 35/11, 35/13
Dawson, James F.103/10
Dawson, W. Leon 19/34; 20/17; 39/25; 105/1
Day, Josephine E. 48/1-3
Day, Marcel R.105/8; 106/1, 106/4, 106/8
De Bell, Ella J. 49/24-25
de Bellefon, Y. Meric48/27
De Corale, Clara60/27
Dee, Minnie Roof39/18; 70/8
Defenback, Byron45/25
De Forest, Robert W.35/9; 51/18
De Koning, L. 45/18, 20; 55/8
de Koven, Reginald22/24, 22/27; 24/17, 24/22; 25/1, 25/17
de Koven, Mrs.57/7
de Laboulaye, M. Andre107/3
Delannay, Joseph43/24
Delany, Matilda Jane Sayer 72/19
deLigue, Eugene 107/3
de Mattos, James Paterson 72/20
de Montis, Myrtle 35/3
Denman, A. H.26/27; 27/18; 28/9, 28/11, 28/28; 29/9-10, 29/23; 30/22, 30/28; 31/5, 31/24-26; 32/4, 32/15, 32/18,32/20; 33/19; 34/8, 34/13; 35/4, 35/7-9; 36/2, 36/27; 37/3-4, 37/18, 37/21; 38/10; 39/20; 45/12; 46/11, 46/13; 47/10; 49/7; 51/18; 53/14; 60/27; 71/13
Denman, George L.35/15; 54/16
Denmark. Consulate. Seattle61/16; 100/3; 105/2, 105/4-5, 105/7-8; 106/1-6, 106/8; 107/1-3
Denmark. Embassy. Washington, D.C.105/3; 107/3
Dennett, Tyler37/30; 38/2
Denning, Katherine 107/2
Denny, A. A. 12/8
Denny, Ada 72/25
Denny, Alice77/3; 106/8; 107/1-3
Denny, Ana 83/20
Denny, Charles R. 39/21
Denny, D. T. 10/13-14; 11/32; 19/3
Denny, E. Inez 17/6, 17/17; 19/6; 20/2; 104/12
Denny, Edie12/1
Denny, Florence 72/28, 72/43; 102/12
Denny, Grace G. 35/1; 37/2; 47/10, 47/23; 40/23; 55/7; 57/7; 60/27; 72/23
Denny, Henry L. 51/18
Denny, John B.10/13; 19/29
Denny, Mabel 72/21
Denny, Margaret Lenora 25/4; 83/20; 102/12
Denny, O. O.30/19
Denny, Rolland H. j 20/23; 30/19; 77/3
Denny School Alumni Association
Densmore, Harvey B.51/18, 104/7
Dent, H. K. 46/21
Denver Republican 51/18
Deny, Maurice 49/24
Depue, Earl B. 32/2
Derrah, Edward A. 55/8
de Steigner, G. E. 10/3
de Turenne, Aimar Auzias 39/13; 48/15; 48/17; 61/16, 73/62; 100/3; 105/5, 105/7; 106/3, 106/5; 55/8
Deubell, Melicent 55/2
Deutsch, Herman J. 74/37
Devers, Robert A. 75/84
Dewart, F. W. 35/2; 38/11, 38/15, 38/25
DeWeerd, H, A.53/5
Dewey, Henry B. 25/14; 27/7; 29/2,3; 33/10; 34/10; 36/26; 38/24; 39/1, 39/18; 40/19; 42/23; 46/10; 60/27
Dewey, John 29/13
Dewhurst, John A. 25/5
Dewhurst, Sara S. (Mrs.) 34/5
Dickens, Walter F.36/2, 36/9, 36/18; 37/30; 39/19, 39/26; 40/29; 53/6, 53/13; 60/27; 73/8
Dickert, Agnes 50/12, 50/20
Dickey, Miriam45/17
Dickinson, F. B.11/20
Dickman, Eleanor52/6
Dieckhoff, ?61/16
Dill, C. C.43/24; 48/15; 54/14; 55/4
Dilley, Marjorie R.52/19
Dimmitt, L. M.50/19
Dimock, A. H.35/12; 36/12
Dines, Isabel V.72/31
District of Columbia. Supreme Court
Dix, I. F. 45/24; 47/13, 47/23; 48/23; 55/12; 56/12
Dobbs, Thomas E.77/77
Dobbyn, William A.22/24
Dobie, Edith 47/17; 48/23-24; 50/21; 51/18; 55/7; 61/17; 106/4, 106/6, 106/8
Dodd, Mead and Company 21/17-18
Dodge, Harrison H. 61/18
Dodge, Homer L. 42/10
Dohm, Dorothy G. 46/8
Dolby, John Wesley100/4, 105/1, 105/2, 105/4, 105/7-8; 106/2-6, 106/8; 107/1-3
Donaldson, Jeanette56/8
Donath, August103/22
Donnan, Elizabeth35/20
Donovan, J. J. 36/9, 36/25; 47/19, 47/21; 71/30; 72/33; 73/62
Donovan, M. B. 12/19
Donworth, George12/1; 44/16; 48/6,48/19; 49/10; 50/5; 51/5; 55/6; 105/4, 105/6, 105/8; 106/6, 106/8
Doolittle Republican Club15/25
Doolittle, W. H. 14/23; 15/13; 16/11
Dootson, Pauline Harsell47/14
Dore, John F.50/5; 75/7; 107/1
Dose, C. P.72/34
Doubleday, Doran and Company, publishers57/7
Douglas, J. F.106/7
Douglas, Malcolm48/11; 60/27
Douglas, Walter T.50/6; 51/5
Douglas County Democrat 12/19
Dougle, Patrick36/4
Douty, D. E.49/16; 49/18; 52/4
Dow, Frank P. 106/2-3, 106/8
Downer, George43/4
Downie, Louise55/10
Dowty, Dorothea55/8
Doyle, J. G.61/17; 106/6
Drake, Hattie54/17
Drake, Nellie G.51/18
Draper, Edgar M.56/5
Driggs, Fanny Lake72/36
Drinkwater, Geneva52/11
Drowatzky, Dora56/2
Drumheller, D, M.35/10
Drumheller, D. M., Jr.38/25
Drumheller, Eleanor72/37
Drumheller, Jerome L.12/11; 15/17; 35/7; 39/23
Drumheller, Joseph53/5; 72/38
Drumheller, Nellie15/19; 19/35; 20/13
Drury, Clifford M. 50/27
DuBois, Malue B. 106/5
Dudel, Martin 47/15
Dudley, J. L. 72/39
Duffield, Dora E. 56/2
Dumett, Ray 55/2
Duncan, D. Shaw 103/22
Duncan, Will M. 47/27
Dunham, F. V. 103/10
Dunlap, Sarah P.105/8; 106/1
Dunn, E. M.
Dunning, Avery B. 54/5
Dunning, William A. 103/20, 104/1
duPont (E.I.) de Nemours and Company73/76
Dupont Woman's Club . 35/22; 36/23-24, 36/26
Durden, Henry10/3
Durham, Howard E.55/11
Durham, Mabel 38/8, 38/19
Duryee, A. P.56/18
Duskin, Bernard S.34/3
Dutton, Orison J. C.32/26
Dutton, Pearl Blackburn 106/3-4
Dwelley, Joseph Franklin72/42
Dwyer, Kathryn73/81
Dye, Eva Emery22/6-7, 22/29; 24/14; 27/6; 28/22; 31/17; 33/12; 34/10; 38/22; 46/10; 48/8; 49/10-11, 49/14; 50/16, 50/23; 51/17; 75/13; 92/20; 104/17
Dye, Frances E. 106/5-6, 106/8; 107/1
Dyer, Frank30/2, 30/4; 32/3-4, 32/24
Dyer, Ralph L.40/23; 41/13
Dykeman, King53/13; 71/43; 106/2
Dyment, Colin 33/18, 33/22-23
Eagleson, Blanche M.48/1
Eagleson, James B. 35/26; 36/16; 37/20, 26; 38/9; 39/19; 40/17
Earle, Dan 53/1
Easterbrooks, W. H. 53/14
Eastern Washington State Historical Society55/8; 56/6; 72/56
Eastman, Mack37/23
Easton, Charles P.29/22; 32/10-11; 36/8, 36/14, 36/24; 51/19
Easton, Martin H. 42/17
Eastwood, E. O. 27/19; 28/12, 28/20; 29/31; 30/19; 32/12; 34/11; 36/19-20; 37/19; 43/16
Eberstadt, Edward 54/2
Eckhart. W. F55/9
Eckstein, Nathan 106/4, 106/7-8
Ecuador. Consulate. Seattle61/16; 100/3; 106/1-6, 106/8; 107/1-2; 108/11
Eddy, William W.36/2, 36/4; 37/2; 38/6; 39/22
Ede, Mrs. S. M. 72/44
Edgington, Grace34/5; 52/6
Edison. Public Schools53/9
Edmonds, E. V. 35/16
Edmonds. Public Schools51/19
Edmunds, Mary M. 52/12-13
Edsen, Edward P. 72/45
Edwards, Arthur M. 51/19
Edwards, Frank 44/25; 46/2; 106/4, 104/6
Edwards, Lucile H.54/14
Edwards, Marion 57/8
Eekhoff, Leyden 51/19
Eells, Edwin 21/29; 22/4; 23/3; 26/22; 29/2; 30/28; 31/21; 72/19,47; 76/77; 109/14
Eells, M.15/26-27; 16/15; 17/6; 20/12; 21/11, 21/17, 21/32; 22/7; 104/12
Egbert, P. B.52/13
Egher, Mark W.53/2
Ehric, Louis R.103/22
Eisen, Gustavus A.61/15
Eisenbeis, Hilda57/8
El Salvador. Consulate. Seattle106/2; 108/11
Elder, George72/49
Eldred, Andrew29/11
Eldridge, A. S.49/10; 50/5
Eliot, Henrietta M.35/8
Ellenbecker, John G.49/22
Elliott, Barbara Coit53/7
Elliott, E. L.64/27
Elliott, O. L.15/24
Elliott, Thompson C. . 25/7; 22/25; 26/32; 27/5, 27/13-14, 27/17, 27/27, 27/29; 28/11, 28/15, 28/22-24, 28/31; 29/7, 29/13-14; 30/2-3, 30/6, 30/8, 30/10, 30/20; 32/17; 33/10; 34/25; 35/4, 35/21-22; 36/3; 37/5; 38/16-17, 38/26; 39/5; 41/9; 42/17, 42/18, 42/25; 43/1, 43/9, 43/18, 43/20; 44/9, 44/11, 44/14-15; 45/17, 45/20-21, 45/25; 46/15; 47/19, 47/23; 48/5, 48/13; 50/7, 50/10, 50/19; 51/19; 52/17-18; 53/6; 54/11, 54/15, 54/17; 55/9, 55/11; 56/17, 56/19; 57/8; 71/79; 103/20
Ellis, Alice A.55/8
Ellis, James L.37/1, 37/9
Ellis, Jenno W.71/21
Ellis, Salone40/20
Ellison, Joseph W. 45/16, 45/18; 47/4; 48/12, 48/19; 49/23; 50/25; 55/1
Ellison-White37/16; 41/25
Ellison-White Bureau49/30
Ellsbury, H. S. 48/14
Ellsperman, George A. 26/27; 27/15; 32/11; 35/11; 37/2
Ellsworth, Arthur I. 50/26; 51/3, 51/8-9; 105/1
Elma Chronicle 12/21
Elmendorf, William Welcome50/21
Elvidge, Fred50/21
Elwood, Elvira M. .19/19, 19/25, 19/28, 19/32-33; 20/2, 20/4, 20/8, 20/11
Ely, Richard T.18/9, 18/13, 18/19, 18/21, 18/28-29; 19/3; 20/1, 20/3, 20/12, 20/13, 20/27; 21/9, 21/18; 25/9, 21/11, 21/19, 21/21; 28/5; 29/16; 31/17; 39/29; 57/8; 96/1; 104/18
Emmett, Henry10/9
Emmons, G. T. 24/24; 26/17; 27/19, 27/24, 103/11
Encyclopaedia Britannica 36/8, 36/11-12; 37/14; 40/16-18; 43/5, 43/12, 43/14; 52/17; 53/11; 54/5
Endicott, Sara 51/19
Engberg, Henry C. 35/12
Engel, Candace Cornell30/22
Engell, Paul 36/15
Engineering Profession in British Columbia. Registrar48/3
Engle, A. W.35/1-3, 35/23-24; 36/9, 36/21-22; 37/8
Engle, Flora A. P. 30/19; 31/8; 36/19; 47/25; 51/19; 72/43, 72/52
Enloe, N. T., Jr. 45/17-18; 55/5
Ennis, Emma 19/10, 19/18
Ennis, Thomas Edson 46/2, 46/27; 56/1
Enquirer 10/4; 51/19
Ephebic Oath51/19
Episcopalians. Trinity Parish Church52/20
Epley, F. W.57/8
Erickson, Mrs. 76/44
Erickson, Daisy Hughes 51/6
Erickson, Oliver T. 47/7
Eriksson, Archie 39/26
Eringis, Stephen A. 100/4
Erskine, Mrs. A. J. 56/17
Erskine, Robert C. 96/1
Escobar, R. 57/7
Eskridge, J. B. 29/14
Eskridge, Richard Stevens 34/21; 24/1; 103/7
Eskridge, Sue Stevens39/22
Espertoso, E. 16/16; 100/4; 105/7; 106/6, 106/8
Esperanto Society. Seattle107/1
Espinosa, Enrique 107/1-2
Essex Institute56/12
Evans, A. M. 11/29, 11/34; 12/1; 4/4, 4/16-17
Evans, D. H. 35/21
Evans, Earl H. 53/8
Evans, Elwood 15/11, 15/22
Evans, George D. 16/20
Evans, Marvin 37/16-17
Evans, Nelson W. 103/17
Everett, C. E. 49/8
Everett, Elizabeth 51/27
Everett Current Events Club6/1
Everett Daily Herald 35/11
Everett Grade Teachers' Club54/15
Everett Morning Tribune 27/23
Evergreen State Souvenir 12/3
Everybody's Magazine 5119
Evison, Herbert 52/18, 52/20
Ewart, Alison56/6
Ewing, Elbert William R.103/22
Henry C. Ewing and Company, real estate52/19
Examiner 51/19
Faculty Club University of Washington44/27
Faculty Men's Club University of Washington40/27; 41/4; 55/8; 102/8
Faculty Women's Club University of Washington55/8
Fagan, Charles17/10
Fairbanks, Lulu M. 36/9, 36/15
Fairbanks Alaska. School Board30/17
Falconer, Mrs. James Wilson56/13
Falnes, Oscar J.54/2
Fares, Henry72/57
Farmer, J. E.56/13
Farmer's Alliance. Lincoln County, Washington
Farnsworth, Adelaide51/20
Farnsworth, E. L.21/11; 34/6; 41/21; 50/22
Farnsworth, Grace34/9; 48/2
Farnum, J. L.58/3; 103/20
Farquhar, Francis P. 55/4
Farrand, Max21/19; 22/8, 22/14-15, 22/17-18; 26/6, 26/8; 30/6; 39/2; 47/4; 48/6, 48/14-15, 48/17; 49/10, 49/12; 50/4; 51/4; 56/1
Farrar, Victor J.34/26; 38/11; 50/23; 51/20; 57/8; 105/5; 107/2
Farrar, Wayne51/20
Farrell, Katherine54/7
Farrell, J. D. 103/7; 106/2, 106/4, 106/8
Farrington, Rose 22/19
Farwen, Hollis50/8; 51/2; 55/8
Faulk, Ted 37/27
Faulkner, L. B.34/20, 34/21, 34/23, 34/25; 35/16; 76/67
Faulkner, Nena M.75/50
Faunt Le Roy, Joseph41/19-20; 43/5, 43/11, 43/13, 43/16, 43/24; 53/14; 54/2
Fauntleroy, Mary Emily 28/27, 28/32; 39/21, 39/29; 43/18
Fausunit, C. E.104/16
Fay, Jean 51/1
Feagles, Ruth 54/17
Feas, William W. 12/2
Fechter, O. A. 29/5, 29/7, 29/14
Federation of Women's Clubs. Washington18/17-18, 18/21, 18/29; 19/9; 27/17; 31/8; 39/10, 39/12; 40/10; 51/20
Feidler, Mrs. F. J. 23/22
Feley, Anne C. 55/10
Felmley, Marion 54/15
Felt, E. P. 48/5, 48/7
Fenn, Aroa 49/19
Ferguson, James 18/19
Ferndale. Public Schools 52/13
Ferry, D. H. 49/11, 49/17
Field, H. A. 34/19, 34/24
Figgins, J. D. 19/20, 19/28
Finland. Consulate. Seattle61/16; 100/3; 106/3
Finland. Embassy. Washington, D.C.107/3
Finley, John H.41/19
Finsen, Fred H.31/11
First American Congress of Road Builders41/20
Fish, Andrew52/17; 53/2
Fish, Carl Russell103/20
Fish, G.46/15
Fish, Hamilton20/22
Fish, Herbert C. , 34/16, 34/23, 34/25; 36/6, 36/11, 36/13, 36/17, 36/19; 37/1, 37/3, 37/7-8, 37/18; 39/4, 39/17, 39/19; 44/4; 54/7; 55/7; 60/27
Fish, O. A.36/10
Fishery C. Appleton45/12; 46/23; 51/20; 56/1
Fisher, H. H.56/2
Fisher, Lillian E.47/5; 54/14; 55/10
Fisher, O. D.47/5; 56/20
Fisher, William Righter10/3; 16/19
Fitch, Verne 25/19
Fitzgerald, Roy G.40/24; 50/4; 57/8
Fix, William H. 52/16
Flagg, Horatio C. 36/7
Flahaut, Martha R. 50/18
Flanders, C. R. 72/60
Flanders, E. A. 72/60
Flanders, John Aiken 72/60
Flanders, Samuel J. 72/60
Fleming, Walter L.. 103/20
Fletcher, Ada Denny 72/25
Fletcher, Elizabeth Huelsdonk48/21
Fletcher, J. G. 34/25; 35/1, 35/3, 35/14, 35/25; 36/14, 36/6, 36/19-20; 37/7-9; 38/7, 38/15; 97/5
Fletcher, Lena Huelsdonk 36/14, 36/16, 36/19; 73/75
Flett, J. B. 32/1
Flint, Clinton J. 72/63
Florida. Secretary of State71/8
Fogg, Franklin 27/19
Foote, W. W. 96/1
Forbes, F. L. 106/7
Ford, Albert B. 57/8
Ford, Charles B. 106/7-8; 107/1
Ford, Georgiana S. 57/8
Ford, Guy Stanton42/15; 46/2; 47/27
Ford, Vera G. 72/64
Ford, Worthington C. 35/21, 35/23; 36/5, 36/12, 36/15, 36/18; 104/2
Forde, M. H.49/30
Forest Club University of Washington32/1
Forman, Emuel J. 37/15, 37/22
Forrest, J. T. 21/12; 34/19, 34/25
Forster, George F.94/1
Forster, J.100/4
Forsyth, James W.21/2
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Greeley, Horace W.57/8
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Linholm Bookstore, Minneapolis56/1
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Longview Company73/81
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Meisnest, Darwin 36/23; 38/2; 41/10; 43/2; 43/7; 52/19; 53/9; 55/11; 97/10; 105/8; 106/1-2
Meisnest, F. W.50/22; 57/12
Melson, Ray C. 41/5
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Meneely and Co., Inc.26/26; 27/10; 28/7
Menzies, David36/14
Merday, Marion Blethen29/12
Meredith, W. J.20/6
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Merriam, C. Hart39/14
Merriam, H. G.46/24
Merrick, Frank L.22/2; 23/6; 103/7
Merrick, Jessie B. 51/27
Merrill, Mrs. Arthur 51/27
Merrill, R. D. 50/7
Merriman, Eugene D. 56/7
Mesday, Marian B. 50/20
Mesday, Mrs. Tom 49/21
Meserve, Adelaide 51/11
Messett, Edmund L. 104/19; 107/15
Metcalf, James B.75/11
Metcalfe, Vernon 96/12
Methodist Historical Society47/6
Methodists. First Methodist Episcopal Church, Seattle51/20
Metropolitan Merchants Association41/34; 42/3; 100/15
Metsker, Glen R. 43/6, 43/13; 53/12
Metzger, Ludwig 48/13; 52/6; 100/4
Metzler, Hugo21/8
Metzler, Kitty DeLand48/13
Mexico. Consulate. Seattle61/16; 100/4; 105/2, 105/4-5, 105/7; 106/3-5
Mexico. Embassy. Washington, D.C.17/21; 105/2; 107/3
Meyer, Harry 57/12
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Michigan. Historical Commission56/12
Michigan Club51/27; 57/12
Michigan Society52/11
Middleton, Hugh M.41/27
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Military Historical Society of Massachusetts15/27
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Miller, A. C.36/3
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Miller, J. E.52/20
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Miller, K. Palmer107/2
Miller, Laura60/7
Miller, Lewis Rex52/11
Miller, Mabel Ingersoll71/1
Miller, Olive C.56/3
Miller, Robert C. 51/11, 27; 73/17
Miller, Stephen Ivan105/5
Miller, William Winlock 29/4; 49/14; 50/21, 50/26; 105/6; 106/1, 106/7; 107/1-3
Miller, Winlock, Jr.53/7
Millet, F.106/3
Mills, A. J.15/15
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Mills, Edward35/22; 37/21; 71/38
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Mills, George48/9
Mills, George G.57/12
Mills, Gertrude56/8
Mills, Helen Gordon 50/26
Mills, Helen S. 49/23
Mills, Henrietta E. 34/1
Milner, F. L. 106/8
Milroy, W. J. 39/7
Miner, William Harvey103/22
Mining News 12/23
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Minnesota State Historical Society35/16; 57/8
Mires, Austin42/7; 47/23; 48/27; 75/16; 76/49
Misrow, Joe57/12
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Mississippi Valley Historical Review 51/27
Missouri State Historical Society35/12; 75/17
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Mitchell, Bruce76/27
Mitchell, Edith S.44/14
Mitchell, H. E.52/14
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Mitchell. R. W.20/9; 11/7, 11/9
Mitchell, Sydney K. 46/3
Mitchell, Thomas W. 19/33
Mitchell, W. J. 47/23
Mitford, Bertram R. 48/3
Mittan, W. C. 37/18
Miura, M. 47/23; 49/25,49/28; 51/27; 57/12
Miyazaki, Shinro53/1; 106/1
Moawad, Sarah 55/4
Moder, John Butler 96/1
Moe, Mrs. C. F. 106/2-3
Mohler, Mary B. 50/10
Monday, Sybil 54/17
Monroe, Anne Shannon 48/16
Monroe, J. E. 11/6
Monroe, M. Orion 31/14, 31/18
Montague, J. G. A. 103/22
Montague, Richard W. 43/18; 54/3
Montana. House. Third Legislative Assembly12/5
Montana. University. History Department52/20
Montero, Santiago 53/14
Montgomery, Bill 107/1
Montgomery, Charles H. 11/24, 25
Montgomery, Richard G.51/6
Montgomery, Robert 49/21; 50/32; 75/19; 107/2
Montgomery, Thomas L.34/17
Monumental Bronze Company104/18
Monument to the Mexican Centennial Celebration104/18
Moody, Raymond E. 48/8-9
Mooers, E. C.14/1
Mook, C. S.52/20
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Moore, C. M.77/19
Moore, Frederick W.103/21
Moore, Harry D.105/8
Moore, Helene 37/27, 28; 47/20
Moore, J. A.38/14; 51/27
Moore, Janet 75/22
Moore, John B. 57/12
Moore, Miles C. 27/19, 20; 32/24
Moore, O. M. 21/23; 34/12, 13
Moore, W. E.45/5; 96/18
Moore, William Hickman 22/29
Moorehead, Warren King 33/25; 57/10
Moorehouse (Lee) Indian Photographs19/17
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Moran, Nellie49/7; 75/23
Moran, Robert25/5-6; 26/3, 26/22, 26/31; 27/4, 27/13-16, 27/22-23, 27/26; 28/12-14, 27/18, 27/26; 29/12, 29/21; 31/21; 32/8; 33/3-4; 35/21; 37/19; 39/22; 40/19; 41/24; 44/7, 44/19; 45/2; 47/5, 47/12; 49/27; 51/27; 52/17; 53/14; 54/7; 55/10; 75/23; 90/4; 94/1; 108/5
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Morehouse, Frederick Cook103/21
Moreno, J. Landivar 61/16; 106/2-5
Morey, Philip J. 54/2
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Morgan, Harry R.49/25; 50/12
Morgan, J. H. 72/21
Morgan, Minerva J. 75/25
Morgan (Pierpont) Library 61/15, 61/17-18
Morgan, Sidney H.52/2
Morganroth, Emma R.56/17
Mori, T. 58/1
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Moritz, Robert E. 45/6, 45/18; 49/29; 52/6
Morman, Archie36/10
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Morris, S. M.52/18
Morris, Stuart108/5
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Morrison, Benjamin M.37/7
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Morrow, Frank W. 47/16
Morrow, Helen 49/9
Morse, Edward C. 19/11-12; 44/7
Morse, Eldrige 19/13
Morse, F. M. 53/2
Morse, Hazel M. 34/27
Morse, L. Lucile 55/2
Morse, L. Pearl 105/5-6
Morse, Mary G. 38/17-18
Mortar Board. Tolo Chapter, University of Washington102/12
Moser, Hildegard D.51/27
Mosiman, Daisy S. 57/12; 105/8; 106/1-3, 106/7
Mosiman, Roscoe E. 47/17, 47/22; 57/12; 105/6
Moulton, H. W. 54/8
Moultray, William E. 30/11
Mount Baker Club53/5
Mount Tacoma Club39/6
Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union104/14
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Mountaineers, Tacoma41/13
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Movdic, H. A.83/10
Mowat, R. B.43/1; 57/12; 55/5
Mowry, William A.103/21
Moyer, John B.71/1
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Mueller, Eugene A. 52/16
Muir, John28/3; 29/18
Mullen, Loda 53/4
Mullin, Sam 105/7
Mulvany, Cleo L. 55/12
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Mundy, Ezekiel W.103/21
Municipal League. National Office31/20-21, 31/26; 32/1; 51/28
Municipal League. Seattle31/4; 35/3
Munro, Dana Carleton56/4; 103/21
Munsey's Magazine 51/27
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Murphy, Edward63/11
Murphy, George47/21
Murphy, J. Luttrell 10/11-12
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Murrill, J. J.53/6
Museum Association of Oregon90/23
Music and Art Foundation51/27
Mutual Teachers Agency55/2
Myers, C. O.53/7
Myers, Charles48/20; 55/9
Myers, H. C. 51/27
Myers, Harry McL. 45/17, 45/22; 49/3; 51/3, 51/7
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Nadler, Frank F. 52/5
Nagel, Luis E.61/16; 100/3; 106/6
Nand, Mrs. C. S. 49/7, 49/9
Nansen, Fridtjof 44/26
Nasatin, Abraham 51/28
Nash, Frank D. 103/22
Nash, G. W. 35/13
Nash, John Henry 61/18
Nash, Louis 49/27
Nash, Mabel V. (Mrs. Louis )49/27; 51/1, 51/3
Natchez Mississippi. Clerk55/4
National Arts Committee for Celebrating George Washington's 200th Birthday96/13
National Association of Credit Men54/9
National Association of Inventors52/17
National Board for Historical Service33/21, 33/24; 34/2; 50/19
National Committee on American Japanese Relations 41/14; 43/11-12
National Committee on Education by Radio56/19
National Conference on State Parks39/5, 39/12
National Council of Women Voters51/28
National Economic League55/1; 56/15
National Geographic Society 30/2; 35/11, 35/19; 37/2; 51/10; 52/15; 44/13; 51/28
National Historical Society31/12
National Indian Congress (Second), Spokane, 192653/11
National Industrial Peace Association26/12, 26/14, 26/22
National Institute of Social Sciences34/9
National Press Bureau77/44
National Security League35/13
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America56/19; 96/12
National War Work Council33/23
National Washington Portal Committee96/13
National Youth Radio Conference56/20
Natural History Society of British Columbia 20/1, 20/6
Natural Parks Association of Washington97/8
Navy League of the United States34/22
Neal, Lucas C. 54/7
Neeley, William U. 28/28-29, 28/31
Nelson, C, A.36/23
Nelson, Denys51/28; 53/12
Nelson, E. E. 53/7
Nelson, E. V. 37/6
Nelson, J. B.14/17; 32/2; 76/37
Nelson, Knute 19/20
Nelson, R. E. 55/1
Nelson, S. A.30/4; 51/28; 57/13
Nesbit, Walter 50/2
Neterer, Jeremiah 56/1; 71/30; 104/4-5; 106/4, 106/8
Netherlands. Consulate. Seattle61/16; 100/4; 105/1-2, 105/4-5, 105/8; 106/1-5, 106/8; 107/1-2
Netherlands. Embassy. Washington, D.C. 105/2-3; 107/3
Nettleton, Lulie 37/3; 42/20; 46/22; 48/4; 49/27, 49/30; 50/26; 51/28; 57/13
Neuber, E. Mae 49/30
Nevins, R. D. 10/2
New, Harry S. 103/7
New International Encyclopedia 19/29-30
New Washington Hotel56/3
New York. Governor103/10
New York. Metropolitan Museum359
New York. Public Library47/16; 60/27
New York Herald 10/1; 51/28
New York Times 52/17
Newcomb, Helen M.55/8
Newcombe, C. F.26/16
Newcomer, E. J.49/1
Newell, Bernice E.20/5; 73/76
Newell, Cicero 20/3, 20/5
Newell, Ernest11/33; 12/5
Newland, Kenneth34/9
Newspaper Institute (Eighteenth), University of Washington, 193055/10
Nicaragua. Consulate. Seattle61/16; 100/4; 105/2, 105/4, 105/7; 106/4-6; 107/1-3; 108/11
Nicaragua. Embassy. Washington, D.C.105/2-3; 107/3
Nichols, Harry Peirce 45/17-18; 57/13
Nichols, Jeannette Paddock37/3
Nichols, Mary Alice 60/7
Nichols, Roy Franklin 56/4; 57/13
Nicholson, John B. 34/18
Niendorff, Hazel 75/8
Nightingale, H. T. 103/21
Nims, K. P. 31/28
Nippon Yusen Kaisha52/11
Nissirios, Philip G. 37/11
Niyasaki, T. 57/13
Noble, Henry Harmon 103/21
Noblen, John S. 103/21
Nocchi, Louise 51/1
Noguchi, Yove 35/17
Nordstrom, Carl J. 106/8
Nordstrom, Florence S. 107/1
Norris, Edwin L.35/27; 55/11
Norris, T. S. 35/15
North, Dan F. 33/25
North American Times 29/15
North Carolina. University51/28
North Bend Commercial Club56/13
North Dakota State Historical Society51/28
North Pacific Publishing Company51/28
North-Pacific Saengerbund55/9
North Pacific Yakima and Kittitas Irrigation14/4
Northern Pacific Railway Company53/8; 75/7
Northwest American Japanese Association52/10
Northwest Journal of Education 12/3; 13/2
Northwestern Association of History28/16
Northwestern University. Graduate School52/8
Northwestern Lumberman 10/5
Norway. Consulate. Seattle54/13; 61/16-17; 100/4; 105/1, 105/3-5, 105/7-8; 106/1-6, 106/8; 107/1-3
Norway. Embassy. Washington, D.C.105/2; 107/3
Norwegian Male Chorus44/24
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Noyes, Melissa 75/35
Nud, M. A. 105/8
Nystrom, A.J., and Company54/9
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Oakley, Minnie 27/5
Oakley, T. A. 54/7
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O'Brien, George 35/1
O'Brien, Margaret A. 20/17
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Ocosta Pioneer 12/22
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Ohaukliy, W. A. 57/13
Ohio. State University51/28
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Okamoto, Suemasa 61/16; 106/4-6; 55/4
Oklahoma. University. WNAD56/17
Oklahoma State Historical Society45/25
Olano, G.49/2
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Olding, J. P.109/4
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Oliver, W. F.44/27; 75/42; 78/2
Oliver, W. J.56/2
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Olmstead, John C.22/18; 27/7
Olson, John36/10
Olson, Kenneth B.71/38
Olympia. Public Schools 18/7; 47/22-23
O'Neil, Marion46/24; 56/7
Ongstad, P. H.53/6
Onn, George34/26
O'Phelan, John I. 53/5
Orchard, Isabel 55/8
Oregon, Arthur 10/2
Oregon. Library 52/17
Oregon. Normal School. Monmouth54/7
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Oregon State Teachers Association37/28
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Orient-Occident Club51/28
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Osgood, Etta Haley57/13
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Pacific Northwest Academy of Arts45/16
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Padelford, Jesse 51/29
Padelford, Morgan 53/4
Padelford, Norman J. 53/7
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Painter, Joseph C. 11/32; 12/10; 15/12, 15/16; 16/12; 17/18, 17/24; 18/21; 19/5; 21/17; 75/47
Painters' Local 300, Seattle40/13
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Palmer, Howard 40/28; 41/11, 41/14, 41/28; 44/2, 44/11; 45/14
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Pan-American Exposition, 190118/19-20
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Pan American Union56/9; 108/11
Pan-Pacific Union 53/8, 12
Panama. Consulate. Seattle 100/4; 106/3-5
Panama. Embassy. Washington, D.C.105/2-3; 107/3
Pangborn, E. L. 22/6
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Parker, Russell 28/19
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Parsons, W. H.53/7; 73/71
Partoll, Albert I. 56/6
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Paschen, Karl H.54/17
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Patton, R. S.49/6
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Patzer, Beatrice R. 55/9
Paul, Alice Paine 55/11
Paxson, Frederick L. 28/31-32; 29/12; 35/15, 35/24
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Payne, Roger34/27
Pazas, F. Berckemeyer 107/1-2
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Pearce, Mrs. Earle d'A.105/5
Pears, Thomas C., Jr.77/57
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Pennington, Levi T.39/22; 40/8
Pennsylvania. State College. President103/17
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts61/15
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Penlington, Zoe Kincaid 31/23; 32/3,8
Peo-peo-tahlikt, George34/8; 35/21-22, 35/26; 36/1-2, 36/4, 36/13, 36/17, 36/21; 37/11; 42/9; 43/13
Peoples Bank and Trust Company56/20
Percival, Horace A.57/14
Perkins, A. H. 39/2, 4
Perkins, C. E.53/10
Perkins, C. M. 38/5; 74/5; 52/17
Perkins, Clarence36/4
Perkins, William T. 34/24; 35/18
Perpetual Care Society75/31
Perret, Peter 57/14
Perringer, Roy V. 75/9
Perry, Marjorie 55/2
Pershing, John J. 34/1, 34/25; 96/13
Peru. Consulate. Seattle61/16; 100/4; 105/2, 105/4, 105/7; 106/6, 106/8; 107/1-3; 108/11
Peru. Embassy. Washington, D.C.105/2-3
Peters, Charles 11/8
Peters, W. H.38/11; 107/15
Petersen, William J. 50/21-22
Peterson, Fred H. 36/8
Peterson, William H. 75/56
Pfunder, George E. 11/25; 12/3, 12/6
Pheasant Pharmacy51/29
Phelps, Byron 29/21; 30/17, 30/18, 30/21; 31/14, 31/18; 47/13; 48/24
Phelps, Mary E. P. R. 21/18-19; 31/20
Phelps, Netta W. 104/14, 104/17
Phi Beta Kappa. Idaho Alpha Chapter53/9
Phi Beta Kappa. Washington Alpha Chapter102/10
Phi Beta Kappa Association52/13; 55/10
Phi Delta Kappa. University of Washington Chapter39/16
Phi Gamma Delta. Sigma Tau Chapter40/12; 55/8
Phi Mu. Washington Eta Beta Chapter102/10
Phifar, Lyman D.49/28
Philippines. Science Bureau. Agriculture and Natural Resources Department39/3
Philips, Calvin, Jr. 49/12, 49/15
Phillips, A. B.54/14
Phillips, Anna M.106/1
Phillips, Clare M. 61/16; 106/2, 106/5-6, 106/8; 107/3
Phillips, Ellen75/58
Phillips, Fred 35/1, 35/5; 56/8
Phillips, Paul C.56/1
Phillips, Philip Lee30/12
Phillips, Sidney54/17
Phillips, Stephen W.46/20
Phillips, W. J.52/13
Philomus Club52/20
Pickering, William W.56/4
Pickett, F. L.51/3; 75/64
Pickett, LaSalle Corbelle 20/21, 20/27; 21/1; 24/3; 28/7
Pickreel, C. B. 83/10
Pidduck, J. R. 57/14
Pierce, D, W.11/22
Pierron, Richard 48/22
Pierrot, George F.46/9; 47/12; 57/14; 71/75
Pierson, E. 102/20
Pike Street Boosters56/3
Piles, Samuel H. 21/12, 21/21-22, 21/24, 21/28; 22/8, 22/10, 22/12, 22/26; 32/29; 24/2, 24/15; 25/2-3, 25/16; 26/14; 33/3, 33/19; 41/14; 43/22; 57/14; 103/9; 105/3
Pilgrim Memorial Fund 36/20; 37/27; 38/10, 38/17
Pinchot, Gifford22/9; 104/15
Pinkerton, Roy D.25/8; 37/22; 38/11; 51/29
Pinkham, Albert Smith75/63
Pinkham, Eda M.75/63
Pioneer Association of the State of Washington 32/15, 32/18; 35/1; 39/13; 51/29; 55/8; 108/6
Pioneer Publishing Company71/70
Pioneers of Snohomish County56/1
Piper, Charles V. . 11/32, 11/33-34; 12/1-3, 12/5, 12/8, 1221; 13/2; 14/14, 14/16-17; 15/2-4, 15/14, 15/16, 15/18-21; 16/5, 16/8, 16/11-12, 16/16-17, 16/23-26, 16/29-30; 17/4-5, 17/7, 17/12, 1/19, 17/24; 18/3, 18/15, 18/17, 18/20; 19/2, 19/7, 19/10, 19/23-24; 20/6, 20/10, 20/12; 21/5; 22/22, 29; 23/14-15, 23/17; 24/5; 25/20; 26/6; 27/7; 28/4, 28/27; 29/3, 29/7, 29/12; 30/31; 31/2, 31/5; 32/12, 32/14, 32/22; 33/24; 35/16, 35/18, 35/20; 52/5, 52/16; 57/14; 74/17; 100/15
Piper, Edgar E. 40/25-26; 49/5; 75/65
Piper, John H. 50/10; 105/1
Piper, Leona Willis49/1
Pipes, Nellie B. 49/17; 50/13; 51/3; 55/12
Pirret, P. K.56/1
Pitt, Dale L. 48/5, 16
Plachy, W. H. 53/1
Plamondon, P. N. 35/6
Platt, Hamilton 75/66
Plaun, Henning100/3, 100/5, 100/8; 106/1, 106/3, 106/5-6
Playground and Recreation Association of America53/13
Plummer, Jessie T. ?72/60
Plummer, Sara A. C.51/29; 54/7
Plummer, Verna Menefee 47/27
Plungas, George 49/27
Poe, Clarence H. 103/17
Poling, Daniel A. 56/20
Polish-American George Washington Bicentennial Committee96/12
Pollard, R. T.107/3
Pollitt, George W.103/22
Polstorff, K.61/16; 107/2
Pond. Estelle B. 107/1-3
Pond and Pond, architects104/19
Pope, Mildred H.48/20
Port, H. W.45/20
Port Angeles Commercial Club75/87
Porter, J.48/25
Porter, Kenneth W.48/24; 50/30
Porter, Nathan S.75/69
Post, Frances E.51/29
Pound, Arthur 52/9, 52/11
Powell, E. L.10/17
Power, James75/71
Powers, Francis F.47/19
Prather, Sam