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The collection includes files relating to James McFarlane Cuthill's career as cannery superintendent, land agent and attorney with the Alaska Packers Association and its successor, DMC Properties. Records reflect the history of salmon...

Hapgood and Company were Northwest salmon packers and shippers, and were successors to Hapgood, Hume and Company. The collection (1870-1897) contains ledgers, correspondence, invoices, sales, account information, and other financial records.;...

The R.D. Hume and Company was founded by Robert Deniston Hume (1845-1908) who came to Oregon from California and created a commercial empire in Curry County. The collection contains ledgers, journals, cash books, inventories, statements, invoices,...

Oregon Canning Company was incorporated July 5, 1899 by W. F. Jewett, N. J. Cornwall, M. Herrick, and O. B. Hinsdale and was located in Gardiner, Oregon. Collection includes six volumes: a minute book, journal, ledger, stock certificates, stock...

This is a collection of books related to commercial fish production and fisheries research in the Pacific Northwest.; This is a collection of books related to commercial fish production and fisheries research in the Pacific Northwest.

The collection consists of primary source material collected by self-trained historian Howard E. Buswell during his lifetime. The items included in the collection cover nearly all aspects of social and economic life of the lower...

The William L. Finley Papers document the wildlife conservation work of Finley and his wife Irene, and the photography work of Herman T. Bohlman, who worked with Finley in the first decade of the 20th century. Finley was a...

On verso of image: Dress house in salmon cannery. Alaska.

In Folder 65
2018-02-24
From John Cobb field notebook: Salmon in Moclips, Wash. cannery of Pacific Fisheries and Packing Co., 1915
2018-02-24
The collection contains materials from Burg's 50-year career in motion pictures. Includes footage from around the world: Scandinavia, Spain, Thailand, Venezuela, Britain, Indonesia and much of the United States, especially Alaska....

From John Cobb field notebook: Point Roberts cannery, tarring tank Aug. 1918.

On verso of image: Machine for tarring nets ...
2018-02-24
From John Cobb field notebook: Petersburg, Alaska; Petersburg Packing Co. to left. Aug. 1918
2018-02-24
Records of a seattle company involved primarily in acquiring, processing, marketing and trading of seafood; The New England Fish Company (NEFCO) was founded in 1868 when eleven wholesale fish dealers met in Boston, Massachusetts, for...

From John Cobb field notebook: Hunter Bay cannery of the N.W. Fish Co., Hunter Bay, Prince of Wales Island. Sept. 6, 1910
2018-02-24
The William L. Finley Papers document the wildlife conservation work of Finley and his wife Irene, and the photography work of Herman T. Bohlman, who worked with Finley in the first decade of the 20th century. Finley was a...

From John Cobb field notebook: The end of the season at A.P.A. cannery, Naknek, Alaska. Aug. 1906
2018-02-24
From John Cobb field notebook: The end of the season at A.P.A. cannery, Naknek, Alaska, Aug. 1906
2018-02-24
From John Cobb field notebook: The end of the season at A.P.A. cannery, Naknek, Alaska, bringing home the house scows. Aug. 1906
2018-02-24
From John Cobb field notebook: Filipino quarters (P.H.J.).

Possibly the Alaska Packers Association cannery at Nushagak.
2018-02-24
From John Cobb field notebook: Clam and salmon cannery of the Ellmore Packing Co. at Aberdeen, Wash. 1915
2018-02-24
From John Cobb field notebook: F.W. cannery; fish scows alongside elevators. 1918
2018-02-24
Records of the principal salmon and fruit cannery in The Dalles, Oregon, on the Columbia River. Includes extensive correspondence, production records, financial and personnel records, samples of can labels, data on fish caught,...

Log book from Seattle Fish Company, 1902-1938; Seattle Fish Company was an important and prominent salmon-packing company in Seattle between 1889 and 1938. Ainsworth and Dunn, friends from New York, began the Seattle Fish Company in...

From John Cobb field notebook: A.P.A. Igegak cannery
2018-02-24
Caption on image: Salmon saltery, Ketchikan, S.E. Alaska.

On verso of image: Clark and Martin's plant. Picture taken in 1897.

In Folder 64
1897-02-24
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