Scope and Content
Terms of Access
Preliminary Guide to the Mickey Neylan Photograph Collection
||Mickey Neylan photograph collection|
||185 photographic prints|
||Collection materials are inEnglish.|
Miss Mickey Neylan was Secretary to the Secretary of the Seattle Typographical Union Local #202, a long established AFL trade union. She apparently started as secretary to her brother Harry Ault at theSeattle Union Record.
Scope and Content
The collection consists of 185 black and white and color photographs and informal snapshots of family and friends and members of various trade unions especially the Typographical Union. Also included are 10 mounted photographs of the Equality Colony, Bow, Washington showing various activities of the Washington utopian community. In addition, images show portraits of Mother Jones (undated); Typograpical Union members on strike (undated); various conventions, meetings, etc.
Terms of Access
Access restricted. Permission of curator required for viewing. Contact Special Collections for more information.
Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation, or publication. Contact Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries for details.
Donated by Georgia Griffin and Justice Bridgeman on behalf of Mickey Neylan.
|19 black and white photographic prints and 1 tintype|
|Identified individuals: May Valcauda, Alice Lord, George Listman (Trade printer), Woodruff Randolph (Sec. Treas. International Typographical Union), A.K. Hanson, Homer S. Bone, Dick Barthelmess (?), Sam Story, Louis Kopelin, Bill Lawton, David Blaker (1920? child), Stewart White (Pear;'s nephew, child), Chas. McAllister (child), Jim Henderson, Alice Packard, Elizabeth De Sota Herald, "Dade" Percot(?) (welterweight boxer), Tom Egan, Mary Holden.|
|59 black and white photographic prints|
|Identified individuals: Bob and Irene Scofield, Janney Sallent, Ken Waller, Robert Emmett Mulligan, Aaron Wendell, Major Whitty, Leif Nelson, Bernice Northern, Pat Rawlins, Frank Cunningham, John Gattis, Jerry Fonteyne, Joe Berggren, Pete Adamson, Freddy Anderson, Lillian Wilson, Abe Rue, Billy Finjord (Sinjord?) (Seattle Union Record), John C. Gergory, Vern P. Roush, H.O. Estes, Danny Ferguson, Robert J. Cropley and wife, Einar Carlson, Joe Amiott, Ed Gustavson, Art Hanlyn, Harvey Schulstad, Jack Knisely, Joe Allen, Jack Sills, Nick Roselli, Paul Hanneman, Robert Ferris, Robert H. Cartwell (?), Harold Pinkerton, Lowell D. King, Roy Olmsted, Al Shoemaker, Don Petrie, Frank Rust, George Rogers, Johnny Sorenson, Billie Sparks, Elmer Brown, Ivan Saylor, Arne Fermstad, Jim Henderson, Bob McCafferty, Robert Cardwell, Jack Goodwyn, Bob Burnett, R.L. Wertlinger, Glenn Burger, Lillian Wilson, Earl Kamhout, Leon Aller, Al Bridges, Bill Lawton.|
|27 color photographic prints|
|Identified individuals: Chas. Frawley Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Schroweder, Wm. P. Hunt (Printer) and daughter Cecilia Scott, Georhe Rogers, Elisa and Daniel Pupko (?), Dick Patterson and wife, Wimberleys [Mr. and Mrs.], Sue Hartley, Ethel & Geo. Jones, Robert Herman, Einar Carlson's daughter Birgit, Einar Carlson, Jenny Wilma Westerlund, Dorothy & Grant Welbon, Hazel & Henry Wigen.|
|4||Mickey Neylan and Bob McNamara; Mickey Neylan with group (Bob Bernett, Jack Goodwyn, W. Ferris, Ted Stephens, Hugo Naegele, Geo. Tiths (?), Harry Sharts)||circa 1900-1970|
|5||Mother Jones||circa 1900-1930|
|2 black and white photographs|
Photographer: Villiers, Alki Point, Seattle
|6||Unidentified individuals||circa 1900-1970|
|7||Group portraits, conferences and conventions||circa 1900-1970|
|8||Unidentified groups.||circa 1900-1970|
|26 black and white photographic prints|
|9||Typographical Union strike||undated|
|3 black and white photographic prints|
|Identified individuals: Ray Nivison, Major Whitty, Bob Mulligan|
|9||Photographs of a plaque that reads "Former headquarters and printing plant of the Seattle Union Record (191?-192?) Harry E.B. Ault, editor and manager"||circa 1900-1970|
|2 color photographs|
|10||Union Printer's Home and grounds||undated|
|12 black and white photographic prints|
|11||Equality Colony, Bow, Washington||circa 1900|
|10 mounted black and white photographs|
|Includes images of the carpenter shop; view taken from berry field; in the creamery; press room; Apartment house no. 3; saw mill; nursery; group of women and children (Lulu Ault; Lulu, Mama, Miskel, Harold, Howard, Gladys, Hershel); Socialist picnic, Bow, Washington, circa 1907; Lulu Ault, Miskel Ault, Justice (Babe) Monnich.|
|1 photographic postcard of the Columbia River; 1 mounted photograph of steamerMountain Gemat unidentified landing;. 1 mounted photograph of the hydraulic lock at Peterborough, Ontario.|
|1 black and white photographic print|
|Seattle Typographical Union No. 202--Photographs.|
|Equality Colony (Skagit County, Wash.)--Photographs.|