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Satirical prints, or caricatures, from the Napoleonic Period, all giving political commentary on events of the period. Fifty of the prints were created by French artists, and thirty-three by English artists. Professor R. Nath's collection of Mughal architecture. Mughal architecture was a far reaching and highly influential style of Indian architecture throughout the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries, with roots in Islamic and Persian monuments. Subset of International Collection. The newspapers, North American Times and North American Post ,two significant newspapers which tell the story of Japanese immigration and Japanese American community life in Seattle and beyond.

Over photographs including cartes-de-visite and cabinet card studio portraits of entertainers, actors, and actresses who performed on the American stage in the mid- to late s. Many are posed in costume and represent characters from popular theatrical productions of the time. A growing collection of annual financial reports of companies currently or historically based in the Pacific Northwest. Photographs by Frank Nowell documentating scenery, towns, businesses, mining activities, Native Americans, and Eskimos in the vicinity of Nome, Alaska from A web-based museum showcasing aspects of the rich history and culture of Washington State's Olympic Peninsula communities.

Features cultural exhibits, curriculum packets and a searchable archive of over 12, items that includes historical photographs, audio recordings, videos, maps, diaries, reports and other documents. An ever-growing collection of oral histories from the Libraries Special Collections documenting the history and culture of our region. A separate database of buildings and designers of California, Oregon and Washington.

Professionals in other fields related to architecture are also included, such as landscape architects, interior designers, engineers, urban planners, developers, and building contractors. You may also view only the items contained within our digital collection.

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One of the most important publications for information about West Coast fisheries in the 20th century. This fishing industry journal was published from to The digital collection contains more than 5, pages dating from its earliest years. A collection of writings, diaries, letters, and reminiscences drawn from various sources within the Special Collections Division collections that recount the early settlement of Washington in the 19th century, the establishment of homesteads and towns and the hardships faced by many of the early pioneers.

A collection of photographs from marches, protests, rallies, and sign waving demonstrations that took place across the Pacific Northwest following the election of President Donald J. This collection represents a fraction of the Ashford Sheet Music Collection which was built from a core collection donated by Paul Ashford to the University of Washington in Documents, pamphlets, booklets, flyers, and other original material drawn from the Pacific Northwest Collection of pamphlets and books, the Theater program collection, and various textual ephemeral collections.

Features images of Front St. Dawson around the time of the Klondike Gold Rush, sweeping city views of Seattle after the turn of the century and the memorable Mississippi flood of Other photographs feature group portraits, city scenes, and landscapes.

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Photographic prints, pattern drawings, watercolor paintings, and postcards that former UW faculty-member Blanche Payne collected or created on her research trips to the former Yugoslavia and various other countries during and Images taken by the pioneer photographer, Theodore Peiser, in the later part of the 19th century to about Among his subjects were images of troops preparing to embark from Fort Lawton to China in , the Territorial University and early Seattle scenes.

Photographs documenting scenes from Snohomish, King and Chelan Counties in Washington State from the early s to the s. Contains images of local industries, such as the Heybrook Lumber Co. An ongoing database of historical portraits of men and women well known in the Pacific Northwest region and also nationwide. These include among others architects, artists and writers, government officials and politicians, and historians and educators.

Photographs and ephemera relating to the career of Pat Prior and Effie Norris documenting their life on the road while performing on the American vaudeville circuits around the turn of the century, Photographic albums containing images collected and annotated by Thomas Prosch, one of Seattle's earliest pioneers.

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Images document scenes in Eastern Washington especially Chelan and vicinity, and Seattle's early history including the Seattle Fire of The bulletin of the Puget Sound Section of the American Chemical society which documents the history of chemistry in the Puget Sound region. Photographs from a ca. Several hundred photographs and 23 documents describing the place of salmon in the Pacific Northwest in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and the roots of the salmon crisis. Photographs by photographer Henry Mason Sarvant depicting his climbing expeditions to Mt. Rainier and scenes of the vicinity from Also included are images of his trip to the Klondike gold fields in documenting his journey over the Chilkoot Pass and subsequent mining activities in the vicinity of Dawson, Yukon Territory.

Images collected by drama critic and theater promoter J. Willis Sayre. They consist of autographed portraits of actors, vaudeville performers, movie stills, singers, dancers, musicians, comedians and acrobats representing American theater history primarily from the s and onward. Ongoing database of historical photographs of Seattle with special emphasis on images depicting neighborhoods, recreational activities including baseball, "The Great Snow of ", theaters and transportation.

Historical photographs and pamphlets documenting the construction of hydroelectric power and water supply facilities built in Washington State from the late s to the s including the Snoqualmie Falls Power Plant, the Electron Plant, the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project, and the Cedar River water supply system.

The Sephardic Studies Digital Library and Museum has collected from members of the local Seattle Sephardic community more than original Ladino books and thousands of documents composed in Ladino as well as other relevant languages, such as Ottoman Turkish, Hebrew and French. Skinner was a leading proponent of the spatial approach to Chinese history and the use of maps as a key class of data in ethnography. This collection of over maps comes from his personal collection and covers a variety of demographic and economic themes.

Historical images from Western United States and the Pacific Northwest region covering political and social topics such as women's issues, labor and government, and ethnic groups with special emphasis on the Japanese internment camps in the Northwest during World War II. The project represents one of the first attempts in the U.

These interviews reflect religious, linguistic, occupational and gender diversity and provide rich insight into changing experiences of South Asians in the Pacific Northwest. A selection of stereographic views from our archival collections. They consist primarily of landscape and documentary views.

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In some cases, both front and verso views of a stereograph have been presented. Over papers written by students enrolled in the courses Architecture , "Introduction to Architectural Theory," and Architecture , "Characteristics of Puget Sound Architecture and Towns," from to the s, chiefly taught by Victor Steinbrueck.

The interviews were taped by Edward and Gerda Sundberg during a sabbatical from Cabrillo College in Subset of Oral Histories Collection. Images and text documenting the infamous collapse in of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. Also covers "Galloping Gertie's" creation, subsequent studies involving its aerodynamics, and finally the construction of a second bridge spanning the Narrows. High quality digital scans of historic photographs of Tacoma's urban core have been paired with contemporary digital photos shot from the same vantages.

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Photographs by John E. Thwaites, an amateur photographer, who recorded scenes in Southeastern Alaska while working as a federal mail service clerk from to about Images include the aftermath of Aleutian chain volcanic eruptions; maritime disasters including the famous Farallon shipwreck; Aleutian Natives and Eskimos, Alaska industries and small town daily life.

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Seattle images from , including the University of Washington campus, the waterfront, Denny Regrade activities, Pike Place Market, and apartment buildings. Includes images of horse seining, fishermen tarring nets, fish wheels, and crabbing. An ongoing database of over historical photographs of transportation in the Pacific Northwest region and Western United States including ships, railroads, aviation, automobiles and other motor vehicles.

Items in this collection focus on communication in public spaces.


The database includes materials such as graffiti, public art, advertising, signage, and architectural design. Oral histories conducted by - and with - University of Washington Bothell students, staff, faculty, and community members. Open content video, audio, and transcripts of all interviews. The Northwest Prison archive gathers documents of and testimonials by incarcerated poeple about issues ranging from criminal justice and the urban condition to popular culture and the natural world.

The UW Bothell Social Justice and Diversity Archive documents and preserves the work and history of social justice organizations in Bothell and the Puget Sound region using student researchers to conduct interviews and collect documents and media. Images address many aspects of the science and natural history of the site and its human use.

Photographs reflecting the early history of the University of Washington campus from its beginnings as the Territorial University through its establishment at its present site on the shores of Lake Washington. The database documents student activities, buildings, departments, and athletics.

The UW Image Bank is an extensive collection of high-quality images of art, architecture, and cultural and historical materials. The Image Bank includes images of cultural production from diverse world cultures, time periods, sites, and cultural institutions, and covers most major monuments of world art and architectural history. A visual survey of the art on display in public areas throughout the University of Washington Libraries, Seattle campus.

Many of the pieces are on temporary, long-term loan to the Libraries from the Campus Art Collection or from University Departments, or they may be owned by the Libraries. A pilot project to provide access to digital facsimiles of the student newspapers published at the University of Washington's three campuses over time.

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These papers are the historical records of each campus as seen through the eyes of the students, faculty, and staff who contributed to each issue. This collection contains University of Washington student yearbooks from to Photographs depicting early pioneer activities, industries and occupations, recreation, street scenes, Native Americans, and boat traffic on Vashon Island, Whidbey Island, and other Puget Sound communities from the s to the s. Photographed primarily by Oliver S.

Van Olinda, a career newspaperman and resident of Vashon Island, Washington. This database contains leaflets, posters and newspapers that were distributed on the University of Washington campus during the decades of the s and s. They reflect the social environment and political activities of the youth movement in Seattle during that period.

Images by photographer Alvin H.