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1. Carroll Hull Carroll Hull People Interview with Carroll Meredith Hull. Fruit growing by 3 generations of the Hulls. Time 52:55

2. One Title Challenger One Title Challenger Sports--Boxing; Story on Henry Woods, "Boxing 'still greatest sport' to Yakima's Woods by Tom Burnside

3. Where are they now Where are they now Sports--Boxing; Where are they Now? A story about Henry Woods by Bruce Siebol

4. Life Boats Life Boats Military--U.S. Navy; Life boats of S.S. President Lincoln before being picked up by U.S.S. Warrington. June 1, 1918, Brest, France. S.S. President Lincoln was sunk by a U-Boat

5. U.S.S. MacDonough U.S.S. MacDonough Military--U.S. Navy U.S.S. MacDonough in Seattle's Harbor

6. Ingleim's, Lorenz's and Clinton's Ingleim's, Lorenz's and Clinton's People Ingleim's, Lorenz's and Clinton's

7. Coxey's Army Coxey's Army Transportation--Railroads--Depots; "Coxey's Army" waiting for train at the North Yakima Depot. This is the second depot, built in 1886, the first was a box car. From "Yakima-A Centennial Perspective"--- In 1893-4 our nation was the scene...

8. U.S.S. President Lincoln U.S.S. President Lincoln Military--U.S. Navy; S.S. President Lincoln. One of the ships made up of the largest convoy that crossed the ocean.

9. Henry Woods Henry Woods Sports--Boxing;

10. U.S.R.S. Headquarters - Yakima U.S.R.S. Headquarters - Yakima Irrigation--Dams U.S.R.S. headquarters building in Yakima

11. Survivors Survivors Military--U.S. Navy; Survivors of the President Lincoln on board the u.S.S. Warrington. President Lincoln's crew in the foreground. Brest, France. June 1, 1918

12. S. S. Sixaola S. S. Sixaola Wars--World War I S. S. Sixaola leaving for United States, with officers and enlisted men on board. Bordeaux, Gironde, France.

13. S and S Market S and S Market Commercial--Facilities--Department Stores; S and S Market, 1015 N. 1st St. Yakima. Delmar Smith and Lawrence Sheets "Barb."

14. Freeman's and Brock's Freeman's and Brock's People; Belle and Bryon Brocks first meeting with Peggy Freeman and Belle's first meeting with all the Freemans at the Freeman Ranch in Yakima County. In Bob Freeman's car. Backseat Belle holding son Harleth....

15. Burnett's Grocery Burnett's Grocery Commercial--Facilities--Grocery; Interior view of Burnett's Grocery, located on extention of South 1st Street. Grocery store located on the extension of South First St., about 1921; Left to right standing behind the meat counter, Morris...

16. Alvina & Hervey Riel's Alvina & Hervey Riel's People Alvina & Hervey Riel's Wedding attendant's Florine Patnode & Leonide(Ned) Riel 1925

17. George Hall's grandfather George Hall's grandfather People George Hall's grandfather (Earl Leicester Hall's father).

18. Martha Wiley Martha Wiley People Part 1 - Autobiography of Martha Wiley's first ten years of life in the Ahtanum Valley written by Martha at the age of 95 years. Her nephew and niece, Bob and Marge Wiely narrate the story at a meeting...

19. Women's Century Club Women's Century Club Interior of the WOmen's Century Club. To the right is the library. Fireplace on left with stairway going up to the bedrooms.

20. George Donald George Donald George Donald standing on left. George's b-in-law George Vance with pan. Far right is Alexander Miller. In "Perry's field"
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