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Saint Leo High School for Girls Publications

  • 4.1.27

Includes yearbooks produced by Saint Leo High School for Girls showing portraits of students and staff as well as news, events, and athletics information from the preceding academic year.

Saint Patrick Catholic School Publications

  • 4.1.28

Includes yearbooks produced by Saint Patrick Catholic School showing portraits of students and staff as well as news, events, and athletics information from the preceding academic year.

Steilacoom High School Publications

  • 4.1.32

Includes yearbooks produced by Steilacoom High School showing portraits of students and staff as well as news, events, and athletics information from the preceding academic year.

Truman Junior High School Publications

  • 4.1.36

Includes yearbooks produced by Truman Junior High School showing portraits of students and staff as well as news, events, and athletics information from the preceding academic year.

University Place School Publications

  • 4.1.37

Includes yearbooks produced by University Place School showing portraits of students and staff as well as news, events, and athletics information from the preceding academic year.

Puyallup High School Publications

  • 4.1.50

Includes yearbooks produced by Puyallup High School showing portraits of students and staff as well as news, events, and athletics information from the preceding academic year.

Hunt Junior High School Publications

  • 4.1.46

Includes yearbooks produced by Hunt Junior High School showing portraits of students and staff as well as news, events, and athletics information from the preceding academic year.

The Tacoma Facts

  • 5.2.4
  • 1970-1977, 1980-1986, 2008

Weekly newspaper primarily focused on issues of relevance to Tacoma's Black community. At various points, the title appeared as "The Tacoma Facts" and "The Northwest Facts." In the 1970s, the paper advertised itself as "the newspaper most people prefer for information about Tacoma's Minority Communities."

Ancient Order of Vikings Ship No. 1 Records

  • 3.3.3

Includes meeting minutes, membership records, correspondence, and other material related to the operations of the Tacoma chapter (Ship No. 1) of the Ancient Order of Vikings.

Ancient Order of Vikings, Ship Tacoma No. 1

Tacoma Indian News

  • 5.2.5
  • 1974 - 1982

Monthly newspaper published by the Puyallup Tribe Office of Native American Programs. Articles focus on local, regional, and national topics related to Indigenous communities. Coverage includes activism around fishing and land rights. Articles and classifieds were also solicited from the local tribal community. August 1974 - May 1982.

Tacoma Public Library Scrapbooks

  • 1.4.3

Includes scrapbooks compiled by Tacoma Public Library staff containing newspaper clippings, event programs and flyers, photographs, and other material related to the Library. Items identified as "Clippings Scrapbooks" contain only newspaper clippings.

Tacoma Public Library

Cookbook Collection

  • 9.5

Includes local and regional cookbooks and recipes produced by community organizations, churches, and businesses.

Tacoma Public Library Records

  • 1.4.1

Includes photographs, architectural drawings, meeting minutes, correspondence, and other records relating to the operations of Tacoma Public Library.

Tacoma Public Library

Tacoma Labor Advocate

  • 5.2.7
  • 1919-1950, 1954-1977

Weekly newspaper produced by the "Tacoma Central Labor Council, and all the unions in the city" focusing on various union and labor activities in the Tacoma/Seattle region, statewide and nationally, along with some world news. Jan. 03, 1919 - Dec. 29, 1950; May 7, 1954 - December 26, 1958 (bound); Jan. 2, 1959 - Oct. 15, 1977.

George O. Swasey Scrapbooks

  • 6.3.1

Includes four scrapbooks compiled by George Swasey and family containing photographs, report cards, newspaper clippings, programs, tickets, and other ephemera. Also included are drawings by Swasey.

George O. Swasey

Radio Tacoma Programs

  • CAC2003

Radio Tacoma (101.9) is an all-volunteer, low-power FM community radio station with a mission "to serve Tacoma and the surrounding area, providing the opportunity for participatory democracy as a venue for local voices, news, and talent that might otherwise not get heard." Their regular programming includes The Cannabis Corner, Climate Talk, and Grit City Stories.

Local Writings and Publications

  • 9.7

Includes booklets, manuscripts, theses and dissertations, reports, and other writings about Washington State. Also included are writings about and by Washington authors.

J. W. Roberts Papers

  • 6.1.3
  • 1868-1914

Includes correspondence, journals, financial papers, legal papers, printed materials and ephemera, photos and maps. Correspondence consists of both personal and business-related letters (1873-1911). Journal entries provide twenty-two years worth of short accounts of daily farm life, and occasionally mention other early Steilacoom pioneers (1868-1912). Financial papers include tax receipts (1866-1930), handwritten and printed receipts (1861-1931), a checkbook (1861-1862), and small account books recording work, expenses, and brief journal entries (1862-1910). Legal documents include land contracts and descriptions, and court documents relating to the estate of J.W. Roberts (1911-1915). Printed materials and ephemera include a variety of items such as business cards, pamphlets, and menus (undated), and newspaper clippings (1895, 1913-1914). A small series of photos are mostly undated and unidentified. There are also two undated handwritten maps of the Spanaway area.

J. W. Roberts

Local Clubs and Organizations Files

  • 3.1

Includes files from Tacoma area clubs and organizations; fliers, membership handbooks, correspondence, directories, and other content related to group operations.

Willits Brothers Canoe Company Records

  • 2.6.2

Business records of the Willits Brothers Canoe Company, including designs for and information on manufacturing and maintaining canoes, photos of the Willits' family and friends, photos of the Puget Sound area from 1920 to the late-1960s, and files, maps, and architectural drawings relating to Day Island, and to the Day Island Improvement Club.

Willits Brothers Canoe Company

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