I was the Director of Education at the Penitentiary while this document was developed. In my office I had daily contact with a large and varied number of inmates who used a somewhat different and colorful language. When I heard a term I didn't understand I would ask them for a definition and note it on an alphabetical card. Over the years cards added up and turned into this dictionary.--Authors Note.
The building records describe the function, features, dimensions, repairs, and modifications made to buildings on the Fort Walla Walla site between 1905 and 1918. A photograph accompanies the description of each building.
Mainly contains newspaper clippings pertaining to Dr. Yancey C. Blalock and Walla Walla news. Also includes handwritten poem, photographs, event programs and other ephemera. Pages 50-87 blank and omitted from scans.
published photograph of seven women captioned "with greetings from 'the folks at home'". Standing, left to right; Elizabeth Vahl, Helen Campell, Mildred Cannon, Jean Anderson. Seated, left to right; Eileen Coyle, Genevieve Hall, Melva Follett.