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1. Yakima Hardware Yakima Hardware Commercial--Facilities--Hardware; Display case at Yakima Hardware Co. store with refrigerator and stove. Case ecorated with photographs of well-known performers mounted on large stars. Three large placards in front of appliances: 1) Every...

2. Eastern Star Eastern Star Organizations--Masonic; Formal picture - perhaps Eastern Star or a Masonic function.

3. Eastern Star Eastern Star Organizations; Formal picture of Queen Installation Eastern Star (Masonic).

4. Eastern Star Eastern Star Organizations; Photo of formal installation - coronation of Betty Beautrow - Eastern Star?

5. Eastern Star Eastern Star Organizations; Formal picture of Coronation of Queen (Eastern Star?) Masonic Order.

6. 1922 Syriwga Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star 1922 Syriwga Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star Organizations--Masons; Top row (L to R): M.A. Peacock, Edna Lugar, LuLu Vilikanje, Ethel Ness, Lillian Peck. Middle row: Savigart, Ella Babcock, Annette Wilex, Henry Traub, Nellie Peacock, Grace Irish. Bottom row: Florence Wilcox,...

7. Women's group Masons Women's group Masons Organizations--Masons; Group of women, possibly Syringa Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, with two men in Masonic Temple.

8. Relocation Booklet Relocation Booklet Military--Internment; Pages from "Relocation of Japanese Americans," published by War Relocation Authority (WRA), Washington DC. Includes photograph of Japanese woman apparently sewing star on American flag.

9. Yakima Meadows Track Yakima Meadows Track Sports--Horse Racing; Action/Winners Circle "Star Command" #8. Winner of 10th race 10-22-1972

10. Paul A. McCulloh Paul A. McCulloh People Paul A. McCulloh on Misty Star, a champion Morgan mare at the Washington State Fair in 1950. The mare belonged to Mrs. Parker, ex-champion ice skater of Terrace Heights..

11. W. L. & S. Co. Building W. L. & S. Co. Building Commercial--Facilities; W. L. & S. Co. Building, Trolley, Star Tobacco sign, ...cial Co. sign ( W. C. Commercial Co.?)

12. A. M. Nevin Co. A. M. Nevin Co. Commercial--Facilities; A. M. Nevin Co. "Taken in Yakima, 1910-where Larry worked-just across the street where I sold tickets at Star Theatre, before we were married-Evalea Fect, 1103 Cherry Ave. I am now 77 years old. Larry...

13. Yakima Avenue Yakima Avenue Streets--Yakima Avenue; Yakima Avenue. Star Clothing Building, 2nd and Yakima, S. E. corner.

14. Fort McHenry Fort McHenry Government; Drawing of the flag at Fort McHenry and the battle with the words of the Star Spangled Banner written on front of the card.

15. Cascade Creamery Cascade Creamery Commercial--Facilities; Cascade ( Gold Star) Creamery 123 N. Front St. St. Paul's House at left. H. Tateoha, 201 N. Front. Stone Hotel was just north of this.

16. Robbins and Moody Robbins and Moody People "Three Duffers. Car name is 'Star'. Bill Moody, Maud Robbins, Will Robbins, Toppenish.

17. Parade Participants Parade Participants Events--Parades; In front of McNeff Brothers Hops, Star Clothing Co., and Wineman Brothers. Possibly Fourth of July parade. Fife and Drum (woman drummer). Military uniforms on men following.

18. Classroom Classroom Schools--City--Elementary; Interior of classroom decorated with 45 star flags.

19. Audie Murphy Audie Murphy Events--Fairs--CWSF 1939-present; Audie Murphy (movie star and WWII most decorated soldier) at the fair. He was making a movie at the Yakima Firing Center.
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