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FLEMING-311 Front

  • Everett was officially incorporated on May 4, 1893, the year the Great Northern Railroad came to the town. It was named for the son of Charles Colby, who along with Henry Hewitt and Colgate Hoyt founded the city. Everett is the county seat and largest city in Snohomish County. circa 1910.
  • Printed on front: Everett looking east from Wetmore Ave.

FLEMING-315 Front

  • South Bend is the county seat of Pacific County. The town started as a saw mill in 1860, and incorporated in 1890. circa 1905.
  • Printed on front: So. Bend, Wash. The Oyster Fleet on the Natural Beds.

FLEMING-316 Front

  • The county seat for Pacific County, South Bend was likely named for its position on the Willapa River. The town started as a mill town in 1860, and incorporated in 1890. circa 1905.
  • Printed on front: So. Bend, Wn. A View of the Lower End of the City.

FLEMING-318 Back

  • Message: Received your letter and was glad to hear from you so soon. Be sure and let me know definitely when you will start and I will meet you. Also the boat. I think I have a good room spotted 4th & Pike, $1.50 a week. 2 1/2 blocks from H. C. Wick.
  • Addressee: Mr. Howard Wahlen Hoquiam, Wash.

FLEMING-323 Front

  • Cowboy appears to be sleeping soundly while his horse runs off and a furry friend drinks what's left in his bottle. circa 1907.
  • Printed on front: Where ignorance is bliss--


  • A curious bear cub sniffing at a beehive atop a utility pole. The Polson Logging Company was formed in 1895 by the Polson Brothers, and later bought out by Rayonier in 1948. Hoquiam, known for its timber industry, is located on the north side of Grays Harbor.
  • Printed on front: Bear cubs Camp 5 Polson Logging Co Hoquiam Wn


  • When the Washington Condensed Milk Company went bankrupt in 1899, it was bought out by Elbridge Amos Stuart, who re-named it the Pacific Coast Condensed Milk Company. Later, Stuart re-named the company once again as the Carnation Milk Company. A portion of this building still exists in downtown Kent.
  • Printed on front: Pacific Coast Condensed Milk Co., Kent, Wash.


  • Message: Kent June 6th, 1917 Dear Jen. arrived here all O.K. went to work at one oclock. dont know just how I will like it yet. But think it will be alright. George and I just came in from a walk after supper. Tell Bill he wants 15. be good. Think I will be in sat night. as ever, Jas.
  • Addressee: Mrs. Jennie Conaty 1203- Denny Way Seattle.
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