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1. August Poirer August Poirer People August Poirer

2. Charles August Engler Charles August Engler People; Charles August Engler as a child

3. Langevin Langevin People Golden Wedding Anniversary August 1941 of Raoul & Lucretin Langevin & Alma LaBree(Quesnell)

4. Moxee Moxee People Brother Harry Evans in hop yard on Birchfield Road August 1940.

5. Moxee Moxee Agricultural--Laborers; Picking hops for McKelheer on Birchfield Road, August 1940.

6. Edith Maude Coleman Busey Edith Maude Coleman Busey People Edith Maude Coleman Busey, 18 years old, August 1, 1912, in front of fruit warehouse (second from right in front row).

7. Fireman's Association Fireman's Association Fire Department Photo Tenth Annual Convention Washington State Fireman's Association Yakima, WA, August 25-26, 193-

8. Heart Mountain Relocation Center Heart Mountain Relocation Center People Map of Heart Mountain Relocation Center. "Heart Mountain was built between June 8 and August 10, 1942"

9. Walnut Tree Walnut Tree Agriculture--Crops; 8 year old English Walnut tree at home of August Himmelbach on Summitview in North Yakima, WA.

10. Vicki's Birthday Vicki's Birthday Agriculture--Livestock--Sheep Vicki's third birthday party August 1949. Susie, Freddy, Kenny, Vicki, Mark, Todd.

11. Ray Mailing Co. Ray Mailing Co. Commercial--Facilities; Wide photograph of employees of Ray Mailing Company. People sitting and standing in five lines in front of concrete building with "Ray Mailing Co. , Inc." Painted on side. At bottom of Photo, "Ray Mailing...

12. Ray Mailing Co. Ray Mailing Co. Commercial--Facilities; Wide photograph of employees of Ray Mailing Company. People sitting and standing in five lines in front of concrete building with "Ray Mailing Co. , Inc." Painted on side. At bottom of Photo, "Ray Mailing...

13. Maj. Gen. John Archer Lejeune Maj. Gen. John Archer Lejeune Wars--World War I John Archer Lejeune, Maj. Gen., United States Marine Corps, the intrepid commander of the Second Division from August 1918 until its demolition in September 1919.

14. Woman on a Pier Woman on a Pier People Unnamed woman standing on a pier holding on to her hat at Long Beach. Written on back "My own 'Lee' received at Bassens, France, August 31, 1918."

15. 105 mm Field Gun 105 mm Field Gun Wars--World War I A 105 mm field gun captured by Second Division, July 1918. Gun marked on top of barrel with emblem of Crown initials W. R. and the motto "Ultima ratio regis." W. R. stands for William II Rex. Gun marked...

16. 302 Field Batallion 302 Field Batallion Wars--World War I Members of the Three Hundred and Second Field Battalion, Signal Corps, billeting with M. Chauvallors, a Frenchman, his wife, and 12 children. Coulommiers, France, August 1918.

17. Fire Department Fire Department Fire Department; Fire Dept. No. Yakima August 19, 1903.

18. Walnut Tree Walnut Tree Agriculture--Crops; 8 year old English walnut tree at home of August Himmelbach on Summitview in No. Yakima, WA.

19. Cascadians Cascadians Natural Features--Mountains; Mt. Adams outing August 7-21, 1921. At Signal Peak Ranger Station.

20. Cascadians Cascadians Natural Features--Mountains; Mt. Rainier Outing. 1. Summit August 13, 1923, 2. at Camp Muir after the climb with 8 climbers pictured
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