Two story 1907 Knutzen Building burned; contained grocery, meat market and hardware on street level and offices of three doctors and one dentist on 2nd level. Financial loss estimated at over $200,000.
Two story gable front folk Victorian residence with elaborate spindlework at peak and on porch posts. Picket fence. No markings on photograph when received; similar to Oak St. Residence a different photograph and possible an earlier image of the same…
Horse drawn wagon with painted lettering saying "Burlington Transfer [?]" in front of West Side Meat Market C. C. Woollen & Son Wholesale Retail Butchers and two story "Hotel Hub".
Handwriting on sheet on back says that the driver…
Photographic Postcard of First Boy Scout Troop in Burlington Washington. "In 1914 a Boy Scout group was formed and used the Baptist Church as a meeting place. Mr Earnest Clay, son of Rev. Clay was Scout Master. This group built a two-wheeled hand…
Photographic postcard of two-story folk Victorian residence surrounded by flood waters. Burlington Hill in background; No specific date but floods occurred in 1907, 1909, 1910, 1911. 1917, 1921. Handwriting on back of postcard said this is on Oak…
This photograph is described in the 1916 "Burlington Journal" newspaper article. The photograph depicts the workers in 1906 standing on a giant log after clearing land for a park. It is not clear whether it was Alpha Park or Maiben Park. The text of…
Students listed on back of photograph:
Photographic postcard , publisher & photographer unknown. Addressed to Miss Marie? Marchant
Moody Dry Goods, Anderson Real Estate, bank, and several false front storefronts, wagon, barrels, streets unpaved. Railroad tracks in foreground?