Norman Archibald and Hazel Archibald Draper Papers 1895-1959 1918-1935

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Norman Archibald and Hazel Archibald Draper Papers 1895-1959 1918-1935

Scrapbooks, photographs and papers belonging to brother and sister from Seattle, both of whom served during World War I

3 boxes; 1.71 cubic feet

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Draper, Hazel Archibald, 1891-1973

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Norman S. Archibald (April 7, 1894-September 1975) and Hazel M. Archibald Draper (March 28, 1891-February 1973) were the only children of Silas Archibald and Elizabeth J. Langille Archibald, naturalized American citizens originally from Canada. The family lived at 1206 Minor Avenue in Seattle. Norman Archibald (also known as "Jim") graduated from Broadway High School in Seattle, attended the University of Washington for two years and graduated from Cornell University. Up...

Archibald, Norman, 1894-1975

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Norman S. Archibald (April 7, 1894-September 1975) and Hazel M. Archibald Draper (March 28, 1891-February 1973) were the only children of Silas Archibald and Elizabeth J. Langille Archibald, naturalized American citizens originally from Canada. The family lived at 1206 Minor Avenue in Seattle. Norman Archibald (also known as "Jim") graduated from Broadway High School in Seattle, attended the University of Washington for two years and graduated from Cornell University. Up...

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