Michael Cirelli collection on Northwest photography 1865-2000 1890s-1910s

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Michael Cirelli collection on Northwest photography 1865-2000 1890s-1910s

Research files and photograph collection of a researcher of Seattle and Northwest photography and history.

6 boxes; 5 linear feet including approximately 450 photographs

eng,

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SNAC Resource ID: 6375299

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B. H. Kilburn

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Webster & Stevens

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Goetze, O. D. (Otto Daniel)

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Otto D. Goetze was born in Missouri in 1871 to a German immigrant family of twelve children. Goetze left Missouri as a young man, moving to Walla Walla, Wash., then to Oregon, and later to Seattle. Goetze went to Alaska around 1898 as the Gold Rush began and established a photography studio in Nome. Though he returned to the mainland at least once during this time--to photograph the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904--Goetze remained in Alaska photographing Gold Rush activity and Alaska natives unti...

Nordlund, Klaus E.

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Warner, Arthur Churchill, 1864-1943

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Dobbs, B. B. (Beverly Bennett)

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B. B. Dobbs (1868-1937) was active as a photographer and also was a pioneer in the emerging motion picture business in both Alaska and Washington State during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries; he is believed to be one of the first individuals to have used motion picture film north of the Arctic Circle. Born Beverly Bennett Dobbs near Marshall, Missouri, he first learned photography in Lincoln, Nebraska. In 1888, Dobbs moved to Bellingham, Washington, whe...

Cirelli, Michael, 1944-2002

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Michael Cirelli was an avid researcher of Seattle and Northwest photography and history. A Seattle native, Cirelli grew up in South Seattle, served in the Navy as a photographer in the 1960s, and afterwards continued to work with photography as a printer. When Cirelli lost his job around 1980, he managed to live on a modest fixed income and devote his time to research. Though he had researched and collected all his life, after 1980 he spent much of his time at local libraries photocopying and ha...

Curtis, Asahel, 1874-1941

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The Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Company (LCIC), the third and best-known corporate name of one of the more prominent business organizations active in southeastern Washington and northern Idaho in the early 20th Century, also operated as the Lewiston Water and Power Company (1896-1905), as the Lewiston-Clarkston Company (1905-1910) and as the Clarkston Community Corporation (1940-1971). The founders of the company proposed to build a headworks dam on Asotin Creek, a mountain stream emptying in...

Theodore Peiser

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Judkins, David R.

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Bradley, Laura J. R.

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Linkletter, L. G.

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Barton Bros.

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Eduoart & Cross

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E.J. Bailey & Co.

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Nowell, Frank H., 1864-1950

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Frank H. Nowell (1864-1950) was a photographer who worked in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. He was the official photographer of the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. From the description of Frank H. Nowell photographs of the Northwest and Alaska, circa 1880s-1920s. (Brigham Young University). WorldCat record id: 179780507 Frank H. Nowell (1864-1950) was born on 19 February in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. His father, Thomas Nowell, spent part of each year in Alaska for b...

Underwood & Underwood

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Soule, John P.

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John P. Soule was an early Seattle photographer who photographed the Seattle Fire and other Seattle scenes. From the description of John P. Soule photograph album, 1899-1900. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 320785775 ...

Lynn & Cram

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Grove, George, 1820-1900

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English writer on music. From the description of Autograph letters signed : Crystal Palace, S.E. ; and Lower Sydenham, S.E., to Arthur Sullivan, 1866 Sept. 28 to 1897 Dec. 21, 2ith 3 undated letter. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270125248 From the description of Autograph letters signed : Lower Sydenham, S.E. ; and elsewhere, to Mary C. Sullivan, 1879 Dec. 30 to 1881 July 11, with 4 undated letter. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270125249 From the description of Au...

Brass, George H.

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Hegg, Eric A., 1867-1948

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Eric A. Hegg was born in Bollnas, Sweden, in 1868 and came to America with his parents when he was three years old, settling in Wisconsin. Hegg studied art and photography (possibly as an apprentice to a local photographer). At fifteen, he opened his own studio in Washburn, Wisconsin. At the age of twenty-one, Hegg moved to the Puget Sound area, and by 1897, he owned two photo studios in Bellingham Bay, Washington. In that year, he left for the gold fields with a group of men from Bellingham Bay...

Rugg

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Boyd and Braas

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McClaire

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Seattle Photographic Company

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Anders Beer Wilse came to America as part of the largest wave of Norwegian immigration. During the 1880s, ten out of every thousand inhabitants left Norway annually in search of new land and economic opportunity. Wilse had a degree in engineering and found employment with Minneapolis railroad companies surveying for new lines in the Midwest. Wilse's experience was typical of all immigrants in that he was forced to move from place to place as his job changed frequently. H...

Kinsey, Darius, 1869-1945

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Miller, Walter P.

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Keystone view company

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Stereographs were a very popular entertainment medium from the late 1880s to the 1970s. Many different photographic processes were used to produce stereographs, including dauerreotypes, ambrotypes, wet plate glass positives, salt paper prints, albumen prints, and gelatin prints. Stereographs were formed of two images placed side by side and were commonly produced with cameras that had two lenses side by side. This selection features only paper prints from wet collodion negatives. The Keystone Vi...

Wilse, Anders Beer, 1865-1949

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Photographer. Anders Beer Wilse came to America as part of the largest wave of Norwegian immigration. During the 1880s, ten out of every thousand inhabitants left Norway annually in search of new land and economic opportunity. Wilse had a degree in engineering and found employment with Minneapolis railroad companies surveying for new lines in the Midwest. Wilse's experience was typical of all immigrants in that he was forced to move from place to place as his jobs change...

Lomen Bros.

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Boyd, William F., 1848-

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William F. Boyd was born in Ohio on September 5, 1848. His family later moved to Madison County, Iowa where, in 1865, he apprenticed in a photographic establishment. After operating a successful gallery in Des Moines for a number of years, he relocated to Seattle, Washington in 1888. This studio was destroyed in the Seattle fire on June 6, 1889. He then formed a partnership with George H. Braas which lasted until 1893. During the spring of 1893, Boyd retired from the partnership and...

LaRoche, Frank

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