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[Burnt Face Charley]
Puyallup; North American Indian; Burnt Face Charley; wife of Burnt Face Charley; portrait
Full length of the elderly couple, Burnt Face Charley and his wife, of the Puyallup Tribe. She links her arm in his. Burnt Face Charley wears a pullover sweater, pants and fedora hat. His wife wears a...
'The Face of Hunger. The Great Depression. Two Hours of Bumming----Two Graham Crackers. Sandy Blvd., Portland, Oregon. 1931.'
poverty; art; Portland, OR; The Great Depression; homelessness
This is a watercolor and ink painting of the face of hunger on Sandy Boulevard in Portland, Oregon, 1931. It depicts a man sitting on the side walk with a tear coming down his face, as he eats two graham...
Teller of Tales
art; sculpture; man; North American Indian; storyteller
Face mask is made of bronze and depicts a Native American man who is a storyteller. The man's face is shown from the neck up and tilted downwards towards his proper right. He has high cheekbones and his...
Tlingit wooden mask
human face; beard; shaman; Tlingit; Alaska; mask; art
Carved wooden mask representing a human face. Natural wood with eyebrows, eyes, and beard painted black. Nostrils, lips, and face paint in red. The lips are pursed with three red rays extending outward...
art; sculpture; dancer; Modernist style; woman; face; head
Sculpture head is made of plaster, and painted to appear as patinated bronze. The head and face are elongated in a Modernist style, and portrays a dancer from the Cornish School. The head is mounted on...
McNary Dam, face lifting
McNary Dam; Columbia River; worker, construction; turbine; construction, dam; industrial safety; hydroelectric power
Two men wearing hard hats and dirty overalls work scrubbing the interior of a turbine before it is lifted into place during the construction of the McNary Dam.
Smith DeVoe: 1892-1897; 1906-1908 (Scrapbook E)
Emma Smith DeVoe's personal collection of newspaper clippings and memorabilia. The newspaper articles are mostly from the years 1892-1897 and 1906-1908
The Women of Ellensburg
Report of the Washington State International Women's Year Conference 1977
Women -- United States -- Social conditions -- Congresses.
Women's rights -- United States -- Congresses.
This report about the Washington State IVVY Conference fulfills one of the objectives of the Washington State Coordinating Committee - to make available the issues and events of the State Conference for...
The Women of Ellensburg: Report of the Washington State International Women's Year Conference 1977
George Washington medallion
art; sculpture; U.S. President; George Washington; portrait; head; face; medallion; miniature; profile
Medallion made of plaster, with profile portrait of George Washington. Washington is shown facing to the right, and wears his hair in a braided ponytail. Latin inscriptions adorn the edge of the medallion....
mold for Abraham Lincoln Sesquicentennial medallion
Abraham Lincoln; art; sculpture; U.S. President; mold; commemoration; sesquicentennial; portrait
This plaster cast mold for the Abraham Lincoln Sesquicentennial commemoration was made by James A. Wehn. The medallion mold features the profile portrait of the 16th U.S. President. The medallion version...
Untitled [bust of Abraham Lincoln]
art; sculpture; Abraham Lincoln; U.S. President; face
Bust of Abraham Lincoln is made of plaster and painted to look patinated. Lincoln is shown from the neck up and has a beard and wavy hair. Neck, back of head, and proper right side of face were left unsculpted...
[Dorothy Williams at the Rainier Aircraft Training School]
Rainier Aircraft Training School; African Americans in Washington; Dorothy Williams; woman; Works Progress Administration; homefront; World War II; sander, belt; industrial safety; safety equipment
Dorothy Williams stands at a belt sander at the Rainier Aircraft Training School. She wears a protective face shield.
art; sculpture; Chief Seattle; Duwamish; Northwest Coast culture area; Suquamish
Sculpture, bust of Chief Seattle, modeled in plaster and painted to resemble patinated bronze. Represents Seattle as an older man with a wrinkled face and long hair to his bare shoulders. The sculpture...
YMCA Boxing Class
Pierce County; Tacoma, WA; Young Men's Christian Association; YMCA; boxer; boxing; glove, boxing
Two pairs of boxers at the Tacoma, WA YMCA face each other in boxing positions, with fists raised. All wear shorts, sleeveless shirts, and boxing gloves.
Mayor Tennent Goes East on the Olympian
Pierce County; Tacoma, WA; Melvin G. Tennent; Tacoma mayor; woman; The Olympian; Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway; African Americans in Washington; locomotive no. 10250
Tacoma Mayor Melvin G. Tennent, embarking on a trip East, accepts a small book or folder from one of four male and one female dignitaries standing on the observation car platform of The Olympian, a Chicago,...
Captain Crockett in fishing garb
fisherman; captain; boat, fishing; hat, rain; slicker
Portrait of Captain Crockett, a halibut fishing boat captain who fished the halibut fishing banks off the Alaska coast. He wears a rain hat and rain jacket for the head and upper body portrait. He does...
[Inspecting pilings in Commencement Bay]
Tacoma, WA; Commencement Bay; suit, diving; helmet diving
A diver wearing deep sea diving gear sits on the deck of a small boat in Tacoma preparing to dive into Commencement Bay to inspect pilings for the Northern Pacific Railway. He wears a bell style helmet...
[19770706_BNT1] Governor Supports Women's Conference
International Women's Year ; Women--Washington (State) ; Washington State Conference for Women (1977: Ellensburg, Wash.)
This article is about Washington State Governor Dixy Lee Ray's endorsement of the Washington State Conference for Women, and her hope that the conference would be able to reach a consensus on some of the...
[19770729_VC1] Women Face Suit From The Right
Washington State Conference for Women (1977: Ellensburg, Wash.) ; Women’s rights – Washington (State) ; Roylance, Susan ; Roberts, Mary Helm
The article announces Susan Roylance's possible lawsuit against the Washington State Conference for Women. Roylance complained of the misuse of funds.
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