Soldiers at Fort Casey enjoying the snow in January 1916. Seattle, Washington, was unusually cold with 23 inches of snow already on the ground, when a storm arrived.
4th of July at Coupeville City Park
The pavilion at Coupeville City Park on 4th of July. The year of this photo is unknown, but based on the clothing and hats it is sometime around 1912.
The historic Haller House in Coupeville
The Colonel Granville Haller house is located at 1 NE Front Street, in downtown Coupeville. This photo was probably taken sometime in the 1970s. The Granvil
The old Island County Courthouse
A small settlement called Coveland formed at the head of Penn Cove and served as the first Island County seat (1853-1881). Captain Benjamin Barstow (d. 1854) op
Admiralty Head Lighthouse under construction in 1903
The unfinished Admiralty Head Lighthouse near Fort Casey on Whidbey Island in 1903. Admiralty Head Lighthouse stands just above Fort Casey, three miles south o
Dedication day at Fort Casey, 1968
Dedication day at Fort Casey on Whidbey Island on November 19th, 1968. The event commemorates the anniversary of the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemet
Hotel Bishop on Fire – April 4, 1921
The Hotel Bishop at First Street and Anthes Avenue in Langley was built in 1901 and burned to the ground on April 4, 1921. Buildings across the street were dama
Fishing Resorts on Whidbey Island
In the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s, when sport fishing was the rage and salmon plentiful, resorts and fishing cabins sprung up along the shores of Whidbey Island.
Sandy/Browns Point in 1922
Initially called "Brown's Point" for Joseph H Brown, a young Portugese sailor who jumped ship and married a Native American girl named Mary.
Moving day, 1918
Woodfield Transfer and truck located in Edmonds on 5th Ave N between Main and Bell Street and the Edmonds Carnegie Library. Obviously, this company provided mov
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