Attorney Gail Haddock, 510 Perkins Building, commissioned a series of photographs depicting a scene of an accident. The accident apparently occurred near Holy Rosary Church, shown on the far right, and Wakefield Dr. (now South Tacoma Way). This view shows the steepness of the hill near the church.
Tacoma Ave S looking south towards St. Joseph's Catholic Church. This photograph was taken on August 9, 1950, near Wakefield Dr. (now South Tacoma Way) and the Holy Rosary Church. It apparently depicts the vicinity of an accident and was commissioned by Gail Haddock, attorney, 510 Perkins Building.
Front of Photo: "Dave Purchase (center, in hat and sunglasses) hands out clean hypodermic needles in exchange for used ones on Commerce Street in Tacoma. Standing next to him is a Pierce County Health Dept. worker who is engaged in a survey. (shot 2/7/89).
Back of Photo: "Dave Purchase hands out clean hypodermic needles in exchange for used ones on Commerce Street near 17th. Next to him is a Pierce County Health Department worker who is working on a survey."
(For) "Severson story" (Photo by Peter) "Haley 2/7/89"
Back of Photo: "Dave Purchase, center, handed fresh needles to a patron at the free needle exchange on S. Commerce Street in downtown Tacoma Tuesday afternoon. Working along with Purchase is health department registered nurse Karen Fennell. They work from a health department van six afternoons a week exchanging needles and giving health information. (Photo by:) Kellman 6/5/90".
Back of Photo: "Tacoma Needle Exchange on a downtown street. Dave Purchase gives a clean hypodermic needle to an I.V. drug user after the use put a used needle into the red plastic container on the table. 1988? 1989? Photo by Peter Haley, The News Tribune (Tacoma), 1950 S. State, Tacoma, WA 98405
Hosted by Art Popham, this is a documentary and presentation of future agreements surrounding indigenous communities in the area with an introduction with Puyallup Tribal Council Member Gabriel Landry.
4 shows on this tape: 1. Chris Lunn with Victory music. 2. Shirley Luckett and Tony Balk, community organizers talking about gang violence. 3. Abortion cases with Sally Perkins, the executive director of Planned Parenthood in Pierce County. 4. Shanita Wright and Priscilla Lisicich, community organizers talking about Safe Streets organization.