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University of Washington
Manuscripts, Special Collections, University Archives
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA 98195-2900

 

Aldwell, Thomas T.
Papers, 1890-1951

Speeches and writings; clippings; reports; materials related to the Port Angeles Golf and Country Club (1940-1943); and correspondence related to all aspects of Aldwell's career, especially his activities as a civil leader of Port Angeles (1901-1951). Major correspondents include George A. Glines; Crown Zellerbach Corporation; Peabody, Houghteling & Company of Chicago; the Seattle Lighting Department (Seattle City Light); and L.L. Summers & Company of Chicago. The collection includes correspondence concerning the Puget Sound Navy Yard.

1.26 feet

 

Chadwick, Stephen F.
Papers, 1933-1945

The papers of attorney Stephen F. Chadwick include correspondence with naval officers.

20 items

 

Freeman, Miller
Papers, 1918-1944

74 items

 

Mare Island Naval Shipyard
Records, 1855

1 item

 

Suzzallo, Henry
Papers, 1903-1937

The papers of Henry Suzzallo, President of the University of Washington, include correspondence concerning the University's Naval Training Unit in World War I.

29.63 feet

 

Ullman, Edward L.
Papers, 1940-1956

150 items

 

Van Buskirk, Philip C.
Papers, 1851-1902

Diaries describing Van Buskirk's experiences as a sailor in the U.S. Navy, including those as member of the Perry Expedition which opened Japan to foreign trade, service as a Confederate soldier in the Civil War, and settler in Snohomish County, Washington.

35 volumes

 

Wyckoff, Ambrose B.
Papers, 1880-1914

15 items


8 June 2002