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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. Lillian Woodcock Lillian Woodcock People Oral History - Lillian Sedge McNamara/ Lillian Woodcock - Lillian Woodcock (Mrs. Marion) of Ahtanum, who still lives on the farm on 79th Ave. which has been and is being farmed by 5 generations of Woodcocks....

4. Berry Family Homestead Berry Family Homestead Houses Newspaper article dated November 2, 1972 from the Yakima Herald-Republic. Article reads "Remember When...? Our new home. That is the caption on this old photo of the Berry family homestead home in the...

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

6. Pleasant Valley Pleasant Valley Irrigation; Oral History - Pleasant Valley - Channel 47 - Taping of a prgram on channel 47 in 1976 about the great land fraud and failure of a dam in Pleasant Valley which wiped out the small town of Spitzenburg below...

7. Edith Day Zirkle Edith Day Zirkle People Oral History - A brief interview with Edith Day Zirkle, now a resident of Central Convalescent Home, who is now 93 years old and except for deafness, is able to recall much about her early days as a graduate...

8. Rauol Langevin Rauol Langevin Houses Rauol Langevin Home on Walters Road now its the Dufault Place

9. Riverside School Moxee Riverside School Moxee Schools--County--Moxee; Riverside School built in 1894, now Terrace Heights Grange

10. Schools; Terrace Heights Schools; Terrace Heights Schools--County--Moxee; Terrace Heights School(Now Terrace Heights Library).

11. Terrrace Heights School Terrrace Heights School Schools--County--Moxee; Terrace Heights School 1927 (now Terrace Heights Library) Emily Schut, Margaret Lee, Dorothy Cronk, Fern McEwen, Helen McEwen, Mildred Wayenberg, Ruth Wolf, Naomi Schmidt, Dale Hubergtze, Albert Schonewill,...

12. Lindeman House Lindeman House Houses Driving pass my house at 112 N. Grandview Ave(now N. 32nd Ave)

13. Old Canyon Road Tunnel Old Canyon Road Tunnel Transportation--Auto Old tunnel (now bypassed) on Yakima Canyon Road

14. Old Science Hall Old Science Hall Schools--Colleges & Universities Old Science Building at Washington State College now the Murrow Center

15. Old Science Hall, WSU Pullman Old Science Hall, WSU Pullman Schools--Colleges & Universities Front entrance of old Science Hall (Arts Hall), now the Murrow Center on the Campus of WSU Pullman

16. High School High School Schools Postcard Yakima High School, No. Yakima, WA "It is beautiful now around the school. They have a swimming pool at the Artesion Well."

17. North 3rd Street North 3rd Street Neighborhoods Postcard near 415 N. 3rd St. "The streets now are nothing but mud. It is a standing joke that Yakima will pave her streets in 1950."

18. High School High School Schools Postcard Yakima High School. "Just now our city is in the midst of a prohibition fight. The end comes Dec. 31. Public meetings are common."

19. Thomas Vance Home Thomas Vance Home Houses Photo Thomas Vance home on 16th Ave. South of Summitview Ave. on property where Roosevelt School is now.

20. Yakima Hardware Yakima Hardware Commercial--Facilities--Hardware; Display case in Yakima Hardware Co. store of Frigidaire refrigerators with the sign Spring Parade of the Frigidaire '35 Now on the 4th Million.
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