Chocolate matinee

In September of 1950, an unidentified young officer questions a small boy in front of the Roxy Theater. The boy, who seems to have made a lunch of chocolate at a matinee and retains most of it on his face and hands, may be looking for his mother. See more featured images and posts…
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Danke Schoen!

Singer Wayne Newton gives a hearty handshake to an unidentified man on the campus of Pacific Lutheran University on September 27, 1970. Newton was in town to perform at the "First Bank Spotlight Series" sponsored by the Seattle-First National Bank. A youthful-looking 28 at the time of this photograph and possessing a 3-octave range, he…
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Quick Draw Artists

Western Washington (now Washington State Fair) 1995: Legendary film star and accomplished artist George Montgomery (left) joined forces with nationally recognized local Western artist Fred Oldfield on a "quick draw" piece that was auctioned, with proceeds going to the Fair's Scholarship Fund. See more featured images and posts…
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Following “The Historic Murray Morgan”: The Papers of Local Historian, Journalist, Broadcaster, and Teacher Now Available

The Northwest Room is very pleased to announce that the Murray Morgan Papers are now available to users! Morgan's work as a historian, writer, journalist, broadcaster, and teacher is revealed through these personal papers which include drafts and manuscripts of his books, articles, and unpublished writing projects; research files assembled by Morgan and containing clippings…
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