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Unpaved street in front of Knutzen Building, hotel, Garlick Drugstore, horse, buggy,
New looking concrete sidewalks.

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Letter to Charles Callahan of the Skagit State Bank in Burlington from the Carnegie Corporation about giving $5,000 to erect a Free Public Library building in Burlington, Washington

Commercial Hotel / Burlington Wash
Photographic postcard of two women, man and child on porch of the Commercian Hotel; Two story building with concrete block exterior and large front porch. Big leaf maples and hammock on side of the building. The Commercial Hotel was located on…

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Newsclipping describing Burlington Washington in 1907 as the center of rail traffic.

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Photographic postcard of houses on street at the foot of Burlington Hill (?). Postcard is addressed to Fred Jewell, Burlington Wash. on the reverse side of the postcard.

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Young women in white dresses dancing and weaving ribbons around the maypole. Thought to be in Burlington, Washington. According to Encyclopedia Britannica 2007 (v. 7; p. 977) the maypole dance is a "ceremonial folk dance performed around a tall pole…

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Family members in group portrait in front of Rohweder farmhouse, circa 1916. The farmhouse and barn were destroyed in the 1960s when I-5 was built through the property. The Farm was north of Burlington between the Interurban rail line and the…

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Family Farm, water tower and barns of the Rohweder Family. The farmhouse and barn were destroyed in the 1960s when I-5 was built through the property. The Farm and barn were north of Burlington between the Interurban rail line and the Great…

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