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1. Cascadians Cascadians Native Americans; 1. a close up view of ?, 2. Indian camp at Soda Ford, 3. a little Inidan boy near salmon catch, 4. a campfile scene with Mazamas as guests

2. Cascadians Cascadians Native Americans; 1. an Indian belle at Soda Ford, 2. a close up view of mountain flower, a close up view of Indian Paint Brush

3. Western Materials Western Materials Commercial--Facilities--Construction 1920's Ford truck flatbed with Fairbanks Morse exhibit.

4. 1946 Ford 1946 Ford Transportation--Auto 1946 Ford purchased by Van Wormers, parked in front of their house in Selah.

5. Cascadian Group Hikes Cascadian Group Hikes Sports--Hiking; 336. A view of Victory Ridge with snow cap. 337. A visitor to camp. 338. Klickitat River Bridge, Soda Ford.

6. "Ford Day" "Ford Day" Commercial--Facilities--Auto; "Ford Day in Sunnyside, corner of Edison and 7th, across the street from Golden Pheasant Restaurant, Sunnyside. Post Office now across 7th St.-upper left corner."

7. Truck loaded with Cherries Truck loaded with Cherries Agriculture--Crops--Cherries; Dad's (John Babe Struthers) 1935 Ford truck loaded with cherries heading for Portland, Oregon. Taken in Yakima, Washington

8. Truck with Boxes Truck with Boxes Agricultural Machinery & Equipment--Trucks; Dad's (John Babe Struthers) truck loaded with boxes, taken in Ellensburg, in 1936. Headed for Washington Fruit in Yakima. Ford - 1935 - J. D. Struthers Trucking Service Yakima

9. Model A Ford Model A Ford Transportation Eric, Gladys, Austen hall on the family Model A Ford at the homestead.

10. Evacuation Hospital No. 7 Evacuation Hospital No. 7 Wars--World War I Evacuation Hospital No. 7. Bert Ford and Henry L. Wales, correspondents for the International News Service. Mrs. Wales was badly hurt in an automobile accident. Evacuation hospitals No. 6 and No. 7. Souilly,...

11. Bartley's Drug Store Bartley's Drug Store Washington--Zillah; Exterior view of Bartley's Drug Store. Bartley family and their first Ford car.

12. Yakima Auto Company Yakima Auto Company Commercial--Facilities--Auto; Exterior view of Yakima Auto Company, 414-16 East Yakima Avenue, Ford Dealer.

13. Western Materials Western Materials Commercial--Facilities--Construction Ford Day Float - 1929 - Sunnyside. Yakima Cement Products display of irrigation pipe.

14. Western Materials Western Materials Commercial--Facilities--Construction Ford Day Float - 1931 - Sunnyside. Yakima Cement Products.

15. MacDonald Logging Co. MacDonald Logging Co. Commercial--Facilities--Lumber; Ford truck with load of logs.

16. Fred Redmon Fred Redmon People Fred Redmon collection. Fred next to a new car in front of the Ford dealer.

17. Kocher Ford Agency Kocher Ford Agency Commercial--Facilities--Auto; Homer S. Kocher's Ford Agency, Donnelly Hotel, Yakima Steam Laundry, Kelly Tires

18. Ford Ford Transportation--Auto; Hunting top of long mountain. South of Wiley City. Reynolds first ford

19. Show Room Show Room Commercial--Facilities--Auto; Interior view of showroom of Yakima Auto Company, Ford Dealer, 414-16 East Yakima Avenue.

20. Class Hike Noble Class Hike Noble People; Schools--City--High--Yakima High; It's a Ford! Class of 1915 Class Hike to Mt. Clemens. Class of 1915. Yakima High School to Mt. Clemens Spring. The following people were in these pictures but we don't know which is which. We can identify...
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