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21. North Yakima Cornet Band North Yakima Cornet Band Arts & Crafts--Music; North Yakima Cornet Band, c1905

22. North Yakima Juvenile Band North Yakima Juvenile Band Arts & Crafts--Music; North Yakima Juvenile Band, pose for the photograph on the steps of the Courthouse, 1909. Nagler was the conductor.

23. Ditter Brothers Store Ditter Brothers Store Commercial--Facilities--Department Stores; Ditter Brothers store, 109-111 East Yakima Avenue, North Yakima, circa 1904. Ditter Brothers moved their business from Yakima City to North Yakima in 1885.

24. First Christian Church First Christian Church Churches; Members of the First Christian Church, North Third and B streets, North Yakima, 1909. Pictured are: Mary Bryson, Mrs. E.E. Knowles, Mrs. Julia Van Burskick, Clara G. Yeager, Mrs. P.J. Flint, Celeste L....

25. First Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church Churches; First Presbyterian Church located at North Third Street and A, North Yakima, circa 1900. Y.M.C.A. is on the left.

26. Native Americans Native Americans Native Americans; Two Indian ladies on a street

27. Depot & Park Depot & Park Transportation--Railroads; Transportation--Railroads--Depots; on back: North Yakima is located on the main line of the Northern Pacific, midway between Spokane and Seattle. Freight sent out in 1907, 54,785 tons. The Yakima and Valley and the Sunnyside branch reach...

28. Haying near North Yakima Haying near North Yakima Agriculture--Crops--Hay; Postcard that reads, "Haying Near North Yakima. $2,000,000 worth raised within eight miles of North Yakima, Washington."

29. Yakima Ave from NPRR Yakima Ave from NPRR Streets--Yakima Avenue--1900 to 1910 Yakima Ave. North Yakima looking East from North Pacific Railroad with trolley 1910?

30. North Yakima North Yakima Washington--Yakima Postcard Bird's eye view of North Yakima, WA

31. Portrait Portrait Clothing & Dress--Women; Portrait of 2 young woman.

32. Second Street Second Street Streets--Second Street Postcard of Second Street, looking North from D Street

33. Frontier Days Frontier Days Events--Yakima Frontier Days Photo Frontier Days Parade - West Side Meat Market

34. Mrs. Zinnie Rowe home Mrs. Zinnie Rowe home Houses Postcard The Roland, North Yakima, WA "Mrs. Zinnie Rowe home, 313 S. 4th St., North Yakima"

35. North Yakima North Yakima Washington--Yakima Postcard views of North Yakima, WA

36. North Yakima Depot and Freight Depot North Yakima Depot and Freight Depot Transportation Photo copy of North Yakima Depot and Freight Depot

37. North Yakima Brewing and Malting Co. North Yakima Brewing and Malting Co. Commercial--Facilities Postcard North Yakima Brewing and Malting Co. "All beer is good but Yakima beer is better."

38. Yakima River Yakima River Disasters--Floods; North Yakima and Valley Railway bridge washed out.

39. Matsushita Family Matsushita Family People Matsushita Family

40. Track Track Events--Fairs--Washington State Fair 1894-1932 A view of track looking north of track with crowd of people.
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