Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Puget Sound; Mount Rainier; Whidbey Island (Wash.)
"Puget Sound forms a most variegated compound of narrow inlets and sounds, interlinked among each other by passages and channels, and connected with Admiralty Inlet" only by the Narrows, a contracted passage near Point Defiance which...
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Columbia River; Channels; Indian encampments; Canoes; Dalles (Or.)
The Dalles is a narrow place in the Columbia River, where the channel has been worn out of the rocks, below which about ten miles, is the mouth of the Klikitat River. Drawing shows an Indian encampment on the bank and a canoe on the water. Plate...
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Lake Jessie
"The water of Lake Jessie is considerably saline in its character," "and the theory for the saline qualities is found in the fact that it is never washed out, and retains the salt deposits and incrustations." Plate XI.
Eastern Washington College of Education -- Students
Lola Maye Maye, posing on the parapet of the Administration Building [Showalter Hall] during the annual Senior Breakfast at Eastern Washington College of Education (currently Eastern Washington University).