|Title||Guide to the Tollman and Canaris Photographs circa 1893-1897|
|Subject||Salmon fisheries--Washington (State)--Photographs; Salmon fisheries--Oregon--Photographs; Fisheries--Washington (State)--Photographs; Fisheries--Oregon--Photographs; Salmon canneries--Washington (State)--Photographs; Pound net fishing--Washington (State)--Photographs; Fishers--Columbia River--Photographs; Salmon fishing--Columbia River--Photographs; Salmon--Columbia River--Photographs; Seining--Columbia River--Photographs; Dwellings--Washington (State)--Photographs; Fishing boats--Washington (State)--Photographs; Fishing industry--Washington (State)--1890-1900; Fishing industry--Oregon--1890-1900; Visual Materials Collections (University of Washington); Fishing and Canning; Washington (State); Photographs|
|Description||Photographs made by John W. Tollman and Frank H. Canaris depicting canneries and salmon fishing along the Washington side of the Columbia River in the 1890s.; Frank Canaris; Frank Henry Canaris was born in Prussia on February 4, 1854, and came to the United States with his family when he was one year old. As a young man, he spent two years in San Salvador, El Salvador, where he started a sugar plantation. He left soon after a major earthquake in 1873. In May, 1881,...|
|Publisher||Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries|
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|Format||68 photographic prints (1 box) : black and white ; 23 x 28 cm. or smaller|