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"Isabel Morrison- Dancing Teacher" (Album 2 Image 47)

ca. 1930. "Isabel Morrison, Dancing Teacher" - circa 1930 portrait of person in kimono standing against a vertically striped wall with Chinese or Japanese characters written on it. According to the book "A Turbulent Lens: The Photographic Art of Virna haffer," Isabel Keith Morrison was a dancer and taught dance in Tacoma during the 1920s. She later moved to Los Angeles where she continued teaching and dancing in regional productions. (A Turbulent Lens: The Photographic Art of Virna haffer, p. 110; p. 20)


Dockside shipyard materials with an ad for Drifted Snow "Home Perfected" Flour on the side of a building. There also appears to be some industrial architecture from the Port of Tacoma in the distance.


Worker testing lumber with a series of drillings. Various chalk markings can be identified in the wood as well as notes with lined data.


African American laborer seen in front of what appears to be a large, sealable container for treating lumber with arsenic to prevent rot.


Side view of the Henry Mill & Timber Co. building with smoke pluming in the background. A more rustic wooden structure, crane and frame under construction are in the foreground.


Worker smiles in front of large planning machine inside. In the distance, a man in a bowler hat and vest looks outside.


Laborers fastening large wooden planks together on the shoreline. Workers appear to be in front of a pallet with different gauges of plywood.

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