The collection consists of photographs, negatives, proofs, and subject files from the Walla Walla Union- Bulletin. A set of negatives that span the years from 1949 to 1969 are part of this group and binders detailing Historical Highlights of Washington. A collection of binders, On This Date, are available for the years 1860-1899, 1900-1929, 1930-1944, 1952-1959, 1961 to 1969, and 1970-1971. These photographs are a selection of the overall collection.
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Show morePhotograph of Adlai Stevenson (center) receiving Pendleton blanket presented by Pendleton attorney J.R. Ralev (left) and Caroline Motanic (right), representative from the Umatilla Reservation.
Show morePhotograph of the exterior of the Tapple Supply grocery store. This building is located at the intersection of Park and Main Streets, which is the present site of the Whitman College Baker Ferguson Fitness Center.
Show morePhotograph of two women part of the Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington dressed in historic costumes. The woman on left is Arminda Fix, Whitman College class of 1899 and first librarian at the College, the other woman is unidentified.
Show morePhotograph of individuals discussing the Stevens Treaty Centennial pageant script "PE-WA-OO-YIT" written by Bill Guilick. Gulick is seated in center with bowtie, with centennial chairman Charles Luce also seated in center in suit (on Gulick's left), and surrounded by unidentified individuals of the Yakima, Nez Perce, Umatilla, Cayuse, and Walla Walla tribes, some in ceremonial dress, who will be taking on the role of chiefs in the production.