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13 Collections results for 1910s

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ca. 1913. A view of the west side of the 5200 block of South Union (now South Tacoma Way) looking north. The Bobbi Burns Wine House was at 5238 South Union. A boy stands by a water fountain.


ca. 1911. Al G. Barnes Wild Animal Circus wagon with a small brass band on top and African lions inside is pulled down a street in South Tacoma. Probably taken Sept. 13, 1911.


ca. 1910. Unidentified young man, holding a metal milk pitcher in each hand, stands next to a horse-drawn mik wagon among the trees. The wooden panels on the side of the wagon say "Jersey Milk."


1910/09/27. Mr. Mann and family outside house at Manitou Park in South Tacoma. In center standing is Ted Mann. Others are not identified. Photograph was taken on September 27, 1910.


ca. 1910. McClintock's World Famous So. Tacoma Band. Men dressed in costumes for a parade. The bell of one of the horns says "So. Tacoma Tigers - Pacific Coast Champions, 1910"


ca. 1910. Clown with top hat on unicycle. Street is paved with brick. Building to rear of clown has signs for "Baldwin Real Estate" and a large banner for a clothing sale starting March 31st.


On November 1, 1910, Joe Wrangge was photographed standing in front of his home in South Tacoma. The wood-framed house had a bay window left of the entrance.


Verner Saffell house probably at 5814 South Tacoma Way or 5814 South Union Street. Two men and a woman stand in front of a house. There are large piles of chopped wood on the front porch.


ca. 1910. Stegelon (Germans) at 49th and Oak (sp) streets in South Tacoma. Two men, two women and a child stand in front of a small one story house with a picket fence. One of the men has a rifle.