Eastern Washington University -- Students; Athletes; Sports; Volleyball;
Mary Rubright played on the Women's Volleyball team as a student at Eastern Washington University. After graduation Mary joined the university staff as a coach and later served as an administrator in the athletics program.
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; White Bear Lake (Minn.)
White Bear Lake, "a beautiful sheet of water, bordered with timber, about fourteen miles long and two wide, with high swelling banks running back a mile or so, and rising to the height of about one hundred and fifty feet." Plate V.
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Clark Fork River (Mont.); Flathead Lake (Mont.)
The Clark Fork River, "being much cut up by coulees, have the appearance of that on the Upper Missouri. The soil is principally a light yellow clay; the stream here is two hundred yards wide, swift and deep, sparsely timbered with pine and...
Eastern Washington College of Education -- Student Activities; Football players
Photograph of the 1940 Eastern Washington College of Education (currently Eastern Washington University) varsity football team, "The Beef Trust." Pictured L to R: Fred Koch, Walt Holmes, Bob Crumpacker, Bill Lothspeich, Dick Meyer, Bill...
Boats; Ships; Universities & colleges; Lakes -- Washington (State) -- Lake Union;
University of Washington floating theater moored at the edge of Lake Union. The boat was not completed at the time it was photographed, but it was designed to be the future home of the University of Washington Theater.
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Teton River (Minn.); Valleys
The Teton Valley, "a vast plain, descending towards the east, the soil of inferior quality, and the dry vegetation indicated the change in the climate observed in going over the high, dry plains towards the Missouri." "The valley...
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Palouse River (Wash.); Mountains
The Peluse (Palouse) River "has its source in the main ridge of the Bitter Root" Mountains, "and flows in nearly a straight course through a valley some twenty miles wide," bearing north "through a country densely timbered...