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    • South by Northwest

    • 1977 ca.
    • This pdf reproduces a 55 page book published as an educational supplement to accompany the eight South by Northwest video presentations. It should be noted that although this bok discusses nine videos, one, "Go'n to the Rodeo" was apparently never...
    • The Old Crossing

    • 1941-03-10
    • Black and white photograph showing bend in a small river. Description on verso of image reads, ""View 1, 3/4 miles above the point by Indian graves in crevices and 3/4 mile above present crossing, and one mile below Starbuck, looking south, showing...
    • Campus courtesy, 1929-1930

    • 1930
    • 15 leaves. A booklet on manners ""compiled by the house council of 1929-30 because it felt a need on our campus for the knowledge therein contained.""--Cf tp Includes sections on chaperons, table manners entertainment, dress, and campus courtesy.
    • Graduate School Announcement, 1922-1923

    • 1922
    • 38 p. Graduate work at the State College of Washington was first announced in 1896. No specific courses were designated, but students interested in advanced work were invited to make application to the President. In the following year the...
    • KKK Broadside

    • 1920s circa
    • One 28 x 53 cm broadside, entitled "Ku Klux Klan Facts". This document is a 1920s recruitment broadside/application describing the beliefs and fears of the Ku Klux Klan. It lists a Spokane, Washington post office box to return the filled-out...
    • Spokane Review 1892-01-31

    • 1892-01-31
    • This eight page section (pages 9-16) from the January 31, 1892 issue of the Spokane Review (later the Spokesman-Review) contains a multi-page promotional piece on Pullman, Washington, and includes several line drawings of significant Pullman...
    • Pullman Herald, 1888-11-03

    • 1888-11-03
    • This is the first copy printed of the first issue of the Pullman Herald, from November 3, 1888, as affirmed by an attached handwritten affidavit from editor J.J. Sargent and witnessed by notary public Walter Windus. On November 3, 1940, then...

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