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1. Wiley City Buildings Wiley City Buildings Washington--Wiley City; John Wiley Blacksmith shop in Wiley City. F. Platt John Wiley in doorway. The building moved across the road and became home of Mrs. Water and post office. The beet scale house moved north and became part...

2. Wiley City Wiley City Washington--Wiley City; "Looking North - Wiley City 1912" Rockstrom's first store, the Wiley Commercial Company. East side: the hotel, John Wiley's blacksmith shop & livery stable

3. Wiley Home Wiley Home Washington--Wiley City; Home of Hugh & MaryAnn Wiley 1880-1910 (it burned) Malcolm and Madiline, children of JJ & Rose (Ward) Wiley

4. Wiley City Wiley City Washington--Wiley City; "Looking East - Wiley City 1912" Two homes built for Mahala Wineguard across Hughes Road is home of Norman and Isabelle (Wiley) Woodhouse

5. Wiley City Buildings Wiley City Buildings Washington--Wiley City; John Wiley Blacksmith shop in Wiley City. F. Platt John Wiley in doorway. The building moved across the road and became home of Mrs. Water and post office. The beet scale house moved north and became part...

6. Wiley City Wiley City Washington--Wiley City; Wiley City, July 17, 1905

7. Wiley Area Wiley Area Washington--Wiley City; The Shaw home is in the background, H.M. Gilbert hauling water to new trees, John Wiley residence on the right.

8. Wiley City Wiley City Washington--Wiley City; Ahtanum Pioneer Church - Woodcock Academy in background, lumber for church was sawed by Hugh Wiley on South Fork of Ahtanum

9. Hotel Wiley Hotel Wiley Washington--Wiley City; The hotel was built in 1912 - W.L. & S. Co.

10. Wiley Homestead Wiley Homestead Washington--Wiley City; Turning out cattle at Wiley Homestead. From left to right: JJ Wiley residence, school, and hotel

11. Slaughterhouse workers Slaughterhouse workers Washington--Wiley City; Slaughterhouse workers at the slaughterhouse in Wiley City

12. Cattle Branding Cattle Branding Washington--Wiley City; Wallace Wiley is dehorning with Jay Gerkle assisting

13. Sheep Sheep Washington--Wiley City; Sheep and horses in foreground; Hugh Wiley's hop house on the old homestead is in the background

14. Martha Wiley Martha Wiley People 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 Wiley narrate the story at a meeting of the Living...

15. Wiley Wiley People Jean Achelpohl, Martha Wiley, Doris Achelpohl, Anna Wiley Achelpohl

16. Wiley Family Wiley Family People; Wiley family covered Wagon - 1935. Jim Wallace Wiley

17. Wiley City School House Wiley City School House Washington--Wiley City; Wiley City School House

18. Wiley City Lumberyard Wiley City Lumberyard Washington--Wiley City; Two men working at the Wiley City Lumberyard

19. Wiley City Lumberyard Wiley City Lumberyard Washington--Wiley City; Workers at the lumberyard in Wiley City: from left to right - Larence Marshall, Richard Marshall, Ruben Schuffle

20. Wiley City Lumberyard Wiley City Lumberyard Washington--Wiley City; Workers at the lumberyard in Wiley City: from left to right - Larence Marshall, Richard Marshall, Ruben Schuffle
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