Guide to the William Edward Carty Papers 1898-1963
Cage 199

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Carty, William Edward, 1894-1962.
Title
William Edward Carty Papers
ID
Cage 199
Date [inclusive]
1898-1963
Extent
51.0 boxes
General Physical Description note
22 Linear feet of shelf space occupied Approximately 14,500 items
Language
English
Abstract
William Edward Carty was active in the Washington State Legislature for a period covering 22 years. The bulk of the collection consists of in-coming and out-going correspondence concerning legislation before the Washington State Legislature, 1933-1959.

Preferred Citation note

[Item description] William Edward Carty Papers, 1898-1963 (Cage 199)

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

William Edward Carty

1894 -- Born, Ridgefield, Washington. Attended Ridgefield elementary and secondary schools and Oregon State University, Corvallis.

1918 -- Dairy farmer, Ridgefield.

1919 -- Married Mary E. Fitzpatrick.

1931 -- Clark County Democratic Committee Chairman.

1933 -- Representative in the Washington State Legislature, to 1941; 1947-1951; 1955-1959.

1953 -- Beef rancher.

1962 -- Died.

William Edward Carty was active in the Washington State Legislature for a period covering 22 years. During that time he was Chairman of the Dairy and Livestock Committee, Agriculture Committee, and State Government Committee. He also served on the Horticulture, Revenue and Taxation, State Institutions, Veterans' Affairs, Legislative Budget, and interim committees.

Careful examination of the collection discloses an honest and practical man. He was equally concerned in dealing fairly and openly with the public and with his colleagues in the Legislature. This can be seen in his response to letters received from the public. He made his stand clear on all issues, using warm, precise prose that was at the same time personal and true to himself.

Mr. Carty also appears to have been a confidant to whom legislators, organizations, and the "common man" could turn. He was apt at "getting things done" and was loath to be put into any position that would cause him to break an agreement or a promise.

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Scope and Contents note

Series 1. The bulk of the collection consists of in-coming and out-going correspondence concerning legislation before the Washington State Legislature, 1933-1959. Miscellaneous materials prior to this period of Mr. Carty's greatest activity and following it, are also included.

The correspondence comes from Mr. Carty's contemporaries in the State Legislature as well as from the public at large, and gives a view of the attitudes toward the issues of the time. Office memoranda and sundry mementoes such as invitations, programs and ticket stubs have been retained and are interesting in juxtaposition with the issues and activities of the Legislature.

There are numerous committee reports. Most extensive among these are reports of the Washington State Legislative Council and the Legislative Budget Committee.

Series 2. This grouping consists of Legislative Digests containing House Bills and reports, 1945-1961, and is the only portion of the collection not included in the Index.

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Arrangement note

The papers fall into a natural chronological order, month by month, year by year. This permits easy access to any given period. For example, it is possible to view the problems of World War II at the State level or the post war difficulties caused by the suddenly increased population of the State of Washington and the influx of veterans seeking employment. Specific political campaigns and legislative sessions, or the growth of problems connected with education or State finances on a year by year basis are easily found by this arrangement.

When the bulk of the papers were concentrated on a particular subject, the subject was separated from its chronological order and placed into separate folders. For example, "Un-American Activities, 1949" or "Education, January, 1951" are folders containing all papers concerning these subjects for these years. Miscellaneous papers were also separated, dated as accurately as possible, and placed in separate folders.

An extensive subject index is included. The index may be used to accurately locate persons, places, things, and events. All entries refer to folder numbers where the searcher will find the material. Folders are arranged in numbered containers.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 2016

http://www.libraries.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open and available for research use.

Conditions Governing Use note

The literary rights in the unpublished writings of Mr. Carty in these papers have been dedicated to the public.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The papers of William Edward Carty, Representative in the Washington State Legislature from Clark County, were given to the Washington State University Library in 1964 by Mr. Carty's son, James E. Carty, Attorney, living and practising law in Woodland.

Processing Information note

This collection was processed by Elaine G. White between September 1966 and September 1967.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Democratic Party (Wash.)
  • Washington (State). Legislative Council.
  • Washington (State). Legislature. House of Representatives.
  • Washington (State). Legislature. Legislative Budget Committee.

Geographic Name(s)

  • Washington (State) -- Politics and government -- Sources.

Personal Name(s)

  • Carty, William Edward, 1894-1962 -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Politics and Politicians
  • Washington (State)

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Index

Name(s)

  • Abel, Don G.:  49, 53, 64, 187
  • Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce:  35
  • Aberdeen Public Library:  109
  • Abernathy, S. M.:  13
  • Absentee ballots:  171
  • Academic freedom:  53
  • Accountants:  216, 218
  • Accountants Association:  255
  • Accountants - Regulations:  109
  • Adams, Cameron S.:  129
  • Adams, George N.:  53, 54
  • Adams, Roy W.:  110
  • Adoption records:  222, 223
  • Adult education:  260, 264, 265
  • Advertising:  109, 110, 158
  • Advertising, Highway:  43
  • Agricultural Adjustments:  27, 59, 62
  • Agricultural Advisory Board:  230
  • Agricultural Conservation Association:  50
  • Agricultural Cooperatives:  84, 86, 186, 273
  • Agricultural Education:  64
  • Agricultural Enabling Act:  189
  • Agricultural Experiment Stations:  28, 71, 100, 111, 141, 181, 182, 199, 228, 234,236, 243, 245, 246, 250
  • Agricultural Extension Service:  6, 17, 19-21, 25, 29, 31, 33, 34, 37, 43, 49, 50, 54, 61, 63, 64, 74, 86, 137, 141, 174, 192
  • Agricultural laborers:  225
  • Agricultural laws and legislation:  42
  • Agricultural marketing:  25, 177, 199, 254, 258, 260, 262, 278
  • Agricultural research:  227
  • Agricultural science:  234
  • Agriculture:  43, 69, 93, 158, 198, 199, 206, 213, 240, 252, 253, 289
  • Aiken, N. J.:  88
  • Air-pollution:  111, 142, 218, 224, 282, 283
  • Alaska Yukon Pioneers, Inc.:  28
  • Albright, Ann Turner:  182
  • Alcoa:  see Aluminum Company of America
  • Alcoholism:  220, 261, 262, 270, 271, 275
  • Alder Dam:  235
  • Allen, A.C.:  68, 82
  • Allen, Harriet M.:  39
  • Allen, Harry J.:  57
  • Allen, W.O.:  180
  • Allied Amusements of the Northwest:  26
  • Allied Arts of Seattle:  264
  • Allied Committee of Sixteen:  37, 39
  • Allied Daily Newspapers:  254
  • Allied School Council:  178, 208, 274
  • Allison, W. B.:  20, 23
  • Aluminum Company of America:  52, 142, 147, 152, 176, 181, 203, 223, 224, 230, 256, 264, 266, 277, 282, 284
  • Aluminum production:  59
  • Amateur Athletic Union:  224
  • Ambulance service:  88
  • American Angus Association:  235
  • American Association of University Professors:  53, 57
  • American Association of University Women:  71, 76, 109
  • American Athletic Association for the Deaf:  287
  • American Automobile Association:  275
  • American Bar Association:  279
  • American Central Insurance Company:  21
  • American Civil Liberties Union:  165
  • American Coalition of New York:  34
  • American Federation of Government Employees:  90, 93
  • American Federation of Labor:  15, 70, 183
  • American Game Association:  8, 15, 17, 19
  • American League of California:  83
  • American Legion:  27, 39, 52, 79, 80, 91, 96, 102, 128, 219, 223
  • American Legion Auxiliary:  58, 90
  • American Legislators Association:  13
  • American Medical Association:  115, 271
  • American Petroleum Institute:  32
  • American Physio-Therapy Institute:  86
  • American Political Science Association:  154, 166, 170, 173, 207
  • American Refrigerator Transit Co.:  10
  • American Scandinavian Foundation:  50
  • American Taxpayers Association:  45
  • American Trucking Association:  233
  • American Veterans of World War II:  244
  • American Water Works Association:  216
  • Amusement tax:  8, 57, 138, 141, 215, 225
  • Anderson, Anne J.:  89
  • Anderson, Charles:  33
  • Anderson, Claude:  141
  • Anderson, Glen H.:  10, 12
  • Anderson, Vernon B.:  60, 141
  • Andrews, Hardin:  109
  • Andrews, Lloyd J.:  210, 226, 237, 241, 243, 255, 269, 281
  • Anguish, Charles W.:  39, 62
  • Animals, Abandoned:  191
  • Animals, Treatment of:  21, 75, 98
  • Apartment Operators Association:  5
  • Apperson, H. B.:  7
  • Appraisers' fees:  137, 219
  • Appropriations:  58, 102, 160, 266, 275
  • Arab Information Center:  271
  • Architects:  39, 111
  • Architects - Licenses:  138
  • Architects - Practices:  138, 166
  • Arcoa, Inc.:  221, 225, 287
  • Arden Farms:  147
  • Argianas, John:  51, 52
  • Armistice Day:  37
  • Armstrong, H. C.:  53, 54, 59, 60, 71, 72
  • Armstrong, Ralph:  59, 125, 155, 183
  • Assessment:  88, 133
  • Assessors:  130
  • Associated Insurance Companies:  21
  • Associated Press:  21, 212
  • Association of Washington Cities:  53, 56, 59, 81, 87, 101, 116, 118, 128, 134, 153, 178, 180, 182, 183, 192, 194, 205, 207, 208, 230, 232, 248, 267, 291
  • Association of Washington Industries:  160, 191, 205, 229, 234, 238, 241, 245, 254, 259, 262, 283, 287, 290
  • Association of Washington Utility Operators:  57
  • Atkinson, J. B.:  13
  • Atwood, S. F.:  52, 53
  • Auld, William David:  173
  • Austin, Harry D.:  12
  • Ausve, Albert:  56
  • Automobile Certificate of Title:  5
  • Automobile - Chattel Mortgages:  57
  • Automobile Industry:  39, 63
  • Automobile Ownership - Pensions:  138
  • Automobile Safety:  199
  • Automobile - Sales Contracts:  57
  • Automobiles - Taxation:  5
  • Automobiles - Towing and Wrecking:  13
  • Automobile Wreckers Inc.:  88
  • Avery, Emmett L.:  261
  • Aviation:  227, 235
  • Aviation mechanics:  153
  • Axlund, Paul:  107
  • Ayers, Mary G.:  91
  • B. F. Hardware & Electric Co.:  35
  • Baccus, Mrs. George:  16, 63
  • Bachman, Ray L.:  56, 143, 226
  • Bailiffs:  37, 39
  • Bain, Spencer K.:  40
  • Bainbridge Island:  261, 265
  • Baker, Fred:  61
  • Bakeries:  276
  • Ballard Ferry:  27
  • Ballistic Missiles:  269
  • Balloting:  88
  • Ballots - Blanket Primary:  7, 26, 27
  • Balmer, F. E.:  33, 47, 49, 64
  • Bang's Disease:  31, 34, 37-41, 43-46, 48, 69
  • Bank deposits:  27
  • Banking hours:  90, 109-112, 141
  • Banks and Banking:  39, 42, 289
  • Barber colleges:  222, 256
  • Barbers - Unions:  58, 76
  • Bar examinations:  110
  • Bargreen, Howard:  208, 227
  • Barley, Lloyd B.:  10, 12, 13
  • Barnett, Leah M.:  151
  • Barren, L. E.:  73
  • Basham, Heber E.:  31, 33
  • Basic science examination:  113, 114
  • Bassett, Arthur H.:  133
  • Bates, William C.:  57, 61, 134, 135, 138
  • Bates and Burnett Attorneys at Law:  63, 79
  • Battleground Consolidated Schools:  80, 144, 149, 180
  • Battleground News:  57
  • Battleground Post Office:  8, 9, 17, 18
  • Battleground Post Office - Rural service:  19
  • Battleground Public Schools:  93, 227, 257
  • Baylor, J. Wright:  67
  • Beall, C. M.:  9
  • Beall, Meredith:  162
  • Beals, Walter B.:  150
  • Beamer, Peter C.:  173
  • Beard Electric Company:  12
  • Beardslee, Well G.:  33
  • Beck, David D.:  103
  • Bee industry:  41, 48, 62
  • Bee inspection:  88, 227
  • Beekeepers:  40
  • Beer - Alcoholic content:  189
  • Beer sales, Sunday:  57
  • Bellevue, Washington:  223
  • Bellingham Central Labor Council:  189
  • Bellingham Chamber of Commerce:  109
  • Bells:  235
  • Bells - Filing:  290
  • Bemis Brothers Bag Company:  193
  • Benedict, Donald G.:  84
  • Bennett, Lillian:  3
  • Berkely Baptist Divinity School:  112
  • Berney, Vera:  79
  • Berry Growers:  108
  • Berth control:  5
  • Beswick, Ralph A.:  126
  • Bible-reading - Public schools:  see Enabling Act
  • Bienz, Thomas H.:  104
  • Biesen, Chester:  72, 86
  • Billboards:  28, 284
  • Binyon, J. R.:  71
  • Bird, A. Frank:  86
  • Bishop, W.E.:  34
  • Bittner, Clyde L.:  142
  • Bitumuls Asphalt Sales Company:  49
  • Blackburn, J.W.:  28
  • Blackburn and Davis Farm Implements:  5
  • Blackman, Minnie N.:  39
  • Blackmore, E.M.:  135
  • Blackmore, John:  61
  • Blair, James O.:  61
  • Blair Petroleum Company:  43
  • Blaker, Allan G.:  31, 33
  • Blaker, John:  56
  • Bless, Edwin E.:  84
  • Bless, W. E.:  56, 57
  • Bloomquist, John:  190
  • Blue laws:  see Liquor control
  • Blythe, E. N.:  63
  • Boats and boating - Rentals:  186
  • Boats and boating - Safety measures:  187, 257
  • Bodin, Fred:  70
  • Boeing Aircraft:  258, 260, 261
  • Boilers - Inspections:  47
  • Bone, C.R.:  76
  • Bone, Homer T.:  5, 10, 12, 20, 21, 23, 34, 35, 45-47, 49, 54, 58, 60, 62-64, 274, 291
  • Bonneville Dam:  12, 34, 39, 43, 48, 49, 64, 198
  • Bonneville Power Administration:  60
  • Bonneville Power News:  39
  • Bookkeepers Association:  57
  • Book-making (Betting):  169, 183
  • Bookmobiles:  147
  • Borah, William E.:  34
  • Bottle Clubs:  138
  • Bowden, T.H.:  20
  • Bowden, Ward:  61, 69, 74, 106, 147, 158, 191, 208, 214, 216, 291
  • Bower, John C.:  63
  • Boxing:  6, 236
  • Boyer, Grant:  143, 147
  • Boyer, Lula:  142
  • Boys, Lenus F.:  31
  • Boys' Clubs of America:  85, 87, 95
  • Bozarth, Horace W.:  265
  • Bramhall, W. C.:  90
  • Branding of cattle:  see Cattle - Marking
  • Brandmeyer, David H.:  17
  • Brashear, M. G.:  194
  • Bratlie, H. J.:  52
  • Breckner, Elmer L.:  70
  • Bremerton, Washington:  54
  • Bremerton Federation of Teachers:  39
  • Brezle, Eldon F.:  7
  • Bribery:  147, 148, 158
  • Bridges:  7, 9, 246
  • Bridges, Harry:  76, 83
  • Brislawn, W. P.:  13
  • Brock, Tom J.:  75
  • Broome, Carl W.:  58, 59
  • Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen:  27
  • Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators and, Paperhangers:  27
  • Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen:  55, 127
  • Brown, Harold G.:  28
  • Brown, Mrs. Carlos T.:  77
  • Brown, P. H.:  70
  • Brown, Wesley C.:  68, 70, 88
  • Brown, Wylie W.:  53, 56
  • Brunton, Edwin L.:  19, 21
  • Bryant, C. W.:  193
  • Buckmaster, V. R.:  23
  • Budde, Charles A.:  39
  • Budget - State:  36, 148, 150-153, 170, 182, 198, 199, 216, 217, 234-236, 252, 253, 275, 281, 290
  • Building Owners and Managers Association:  58
  • Building Service Employees Union:  72
  • Bullock, R. M.:  243
  • Burdoin, Mrs. L. F.:  150
  • Burnham, Howard J.:  6
  • Burns, Craig L.:  57
  • Burrell, Fred:  111
  • Bus fares:  103
  • Bush, Dan W.:  16
  • Business and Professional Women's Clubs:  214
  • Business tax:  3, 8, 26, 39, 41, 153, 159, 186, 198, 200, 254, 255, 258, 260, 262, 264, 266
  • Business Trends:  290
  • Butler, Julia:  see Hansen, Julia Butler
  • Butterfat:  68, 82, 115, 290
  • Butter substitutes:  see Oleomargarine
  • Byres, C. L.:  29
  • Byrne, Agnes:  138
  • C.G. Potter Shell Service:  33
  • Cadle, W. Whittington:  71
  • Cagle, Arthur J.:  49
  • Cain, Harry P.:  85, 94, 160, 171
  • Calendar, G. W.:  31
  • California Packing Corporation:  138, 142
  • Callender, George W.:  5
  • Callison, I. P.:  80
  • Camas, Washington:  176, 184, 223
  • Camas Chamber of Commerce:  94, 138
  • Camas City Council:  27
  • Camas Commercial Club:  58, 59
  • Camas Paper Festival:  51
  • Camas Parent-Teacher Association:  144
  • Camas Post Office:  31
  • Camas Public Library:  39
  • Camas Public Schools:  41, 43, 58, 93, 140, 149, 159, 259
  • Campaigns, Election:  33, 35, 64, 85, 101, 102, 178, 179, 209, 210, 283, 285, 286
  • Campbell, Lee J.:  152, 163, 280
  • Cancer:  35
  • Canning and packing:  57
  • Canwell, Al:  100, 143
  • Capital punishment:  244, 262, 273
  • Capitol buildings and grounds:  167
  • Caplan, Kenneth A.:  109
  • Car limit bill:  27
  • Carlson, Dorothy:  267
  • Carlson, Gladys:  183
  • Carnation Milk Farms:  3
  • Carpenters' Union:  209
  • Carroll, Harry B.:  80, 81, 84, 96, 97, 100, 112, 155, 212
  • Carson, George E.:  109, 185
  • Carter, Carroll:  46, 49, 60, 65, 67, 68, 88, 100, 141
  • Carty, Anna E.:  2, 3, 8, 16
  • Carty, Anna Mary:  7, 13, 38, 48, 58, 61, 65, 76, 106
  • Carty, Happy:  see Carty, William H
  • Carty, Helen:  88, 234
  • Carty, James E.:  5, 34, 45, 62, 100, 107, 112, 113, 120, 123, 156, 160, 161, 184, 219, 225, 226, 236, 278
  • Carty, Margaret:  126, 128, 203, 205
  • Carty, Martin:  158, 173, 183, 227, 230, 236, 253
  • Carty, Mary:  8, 9, 15, 58, 161, 205
  • Carty, William E. - Biography:  48
  • Carty, William E. - Committees:  7
  • Carty, William E. - Photograph:  43
  • Carty, William H.:  1, 9, 62, 74, 114, 200
  • Case, Otto A.:  19, 20, 72
  • Cass, William E.:  8
  • Castle, Earle A.B.:  56, 75, 126
  • Cattle - Feeding and feeds:  9, 108, 110, 112
  • Cattle - Marking:  99, 273
  • Cattle - Shipment:  99
  • Caucus:  188
  • Cemetaries:  107
  • Census, 1940:  49, 52
  • Centralia, Washington:  197
  • Central Labor Council:  109, 135, 138, 148, 185, 223, 227, 281
  • Central Washington Fair:  61, 96, 100, 117, 132, 154, 165, 1943 209, 232, 246, 269, 282
  • Central Washington State College:  53 270, 278, 280.
  • Certificates of Title:  15
  • Certified Public Accountants:  230
  • Chadwick, Stephen:  17
  • Chain letters:  15
  • Chain stores - Taxation:  6, 8, 27, 42, 58, 62, 272
  • Chambers of Commerce:  287
  • Chapman, Don:  199
  • Cheek, O.A.:  78
  • Chehalis Chamber of Commerce:  103
  • Chemical industries:  278
  • Chemical sprays:  189
  • Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad:  50
  • Chicago World Fair:  7
  • Child labor laws:  5, 8, 15, 76
  • Children's Benevolent League:  115, 153, 165
  • Children and youth:  212, 282
  • Child welfare:  8, 15, 43, 83, 98, 137, 200, 235, 248, 265
  • Child welfare agencies:  138
  • Chiropractors - Requirements:  181-183, 199
  • Chitty, Fred F.:  52
  • Chmelka, Ona:  223
  • Christian, Mary:  91
  • Christian education:  see Enabling Act
  • Christian Science Monitor:  250
  • Christmas tree industry:  221
  • Church and state:  96, 97
  • Churches - Taxation:  186
  • Cigarette tax:  189, 190, 229
  • Cities and counties:  204, 206, 213, 240
  • Cities and counties:  see also Municipal government
  • Cities - Finances:  186, 199, 264, 266, 274, 275
  • Cities - Investment authority:  227
  • Citizenship:  63
  • Citizens Road Association of Missouri:  108
  • City employees:  184, 216, 225, 257, 259
  • City engineers:  90
  • City government:  see Municipal government
  • City improvement bonds:  22
  • City managers:  15
  • City police:  223
  • Civic Unity Committee:  90
  • Civilian defense:  135, 142, 223, 251, 265
  • Civil rights:  75, 108, 112, 199, 218, 225, 236, 250, 273
  • Civil rights - Women:  38, 39
  • Civil service:  12, 27, 32, 39, 53, 54, 56, 58, 66, 83, 90, 93, 109, 110, 112, 113, 224, 226, 227, 256, 260, 274
  • Civil service:  see also State employees
  • Civil Works Administration:  16, 17
  • Claiborne, Ed J.:  5, 13, 58, 93, 142
  • Clark, Cecil C.:  283
  • Clark, Mrs. Victor H.:  79
  • Clark, Newman H.:  279
  • Clark College:  265
  • Clark County 4-H:  57
  • Clark County Allied Veterans Council:  90
  • Clark County Association for Mental Health:  181
  • Clark County Association for Mentally Handicapped Children:  179, 187
  • Clark County Auditor:  71, 76, 178, 186
  • Clark County Auto Dealers:  39, 54, 75
  • Clark County Board of Commissioners:  57
  • Clark County Board of Education:  6
  • Clark County Central Labor Council:  24, 29
  • Clark County Civilian Defense Council:  142
  • Clark County Dairymen's Association:  110
  • Clark County Dairymen's Cooperative:  91, 93, 185, 186
  • Clark County Democratic Committee:  154, 167, 177
  • Clark County Dental Society:  138, 245
  • Clark County Fair:  142, 143, 179, 224, 231, 236
  • Clark County Farmers' Union:  114
  • Clark County - Finances:  2, 7
  • Clark County Holstein Association:  45
  • Clark County Hospital:  188, 218, 237, 250, 254, 258, 262, 268, 286
  • Clark County League for Good Government:  133
  • Clark County Library:  76
  • Clark County Medical Auxiliary:  93
  • Clark County Medical Society:  57, 86, 166
  • Clark County Milk Board:  28
  • Clark County Ministerial Association:  39
  • Clark County National Farm Loan Association:  20
  • Clark County Nurses Association:  221
  • Clark County Nursing Homes:  167, 179
  • Clark County Planning Commission:  19, 265
  • Clark County Relief Council:  58
  • Clark County Representatives - Photograph:  108
  • Clark County - Roads:  155
  • Clark County School Directors' Association:  144, 191
  • Clark County Schools:  38, 57, 62, 162, 210
  • Clark County Sheriff:  129
  • Clark County Sun,:  11, 28, 35, 54, 58-60
  • Clark County Superintendent of Schools:  190
  • Clark County Superior Court:  274
  • Clark County Taxpayers Association:  250
  • Clark County Tuberculosis Association:  153, 154, 162-164, 173, 176-178, 207
  • Clark County Union:  25
  • Clark County Voters:  273
  • Clarke, Owen:  112, 128, 131, 163
  • Clark-Taylor & Hoard:  34
  • Classroom Teachers Association of Clark County:  35
  • Cleaveland, V. M.:  92
  • Clendening, G. B.:  6
  • Clinical psychologists:  264
  • Clothier, H. G.:  88
  • Clyde, Ralph C.:  33
  • Coe, Earl S.:  53, 95, 100, 115, 134, 180, 191, 194, 197, 208, 214, 250
  • Cold storage lockers:  260
  • Cole, Bert L.:  248
  • Colleges:  see Universities and Colleges
  • Collins, Frank B.:  51, 52
  • Columbia Basin:  244, 250, 253, 256
  • Columbia Basin Commission:  11, 12, 14, 20, 26, 97
  • Columbia Basin Irrigation Project:  11, 14, 15, 60, 138
  • Columbia Basin Road Association:  138
  • Columbia County:  130
  • Columbia River:  7, 64, 90, 100, 137
  • Columbia River - Dams:  58, 59
  • Columbia River Development League:  22
  • Columbia River - fishing:  8
  • Columbia River Packers Association:  29, 64
  • Columbia Valley Advocate:  64
  • Columbia Valley Authority:  22, 81, 85, 108
  • Colyar, Glenn W.:  97
  • Comfort, A. B.:  69, 166, 179
  • Comfort, Pat:  285
  • Commerce and industry:  55, 126, 169, 196, 204, 206, 211, 213, 217, 240, 273
  • Committee of One Thousand:  57
  • Communism:  42, 48, 90, 137, 169
  • Communist parties:  88, 98, 148
  • Compton, Mrs. Wilson:  113
  • Compton, Wilson:  85, 96, 97, 100, 102, 103, 112, 151
  • Congress of Industrial Organizations:  70, 76, 80, 178, 242
  • Connelly, Edward M.:  85
  • Conner, Paul H.:  264
  • Conscientious objectors:  125, 130, 139
  • Conservation:  167, 285
  • Conservation Institute:  56
  • Conservation League of Washington:  52
  • Conservatism:  11
  • Consolidated Dairy Products Company:  58, 97
  • Consolidated Freightways, Inc.:  58
  • Consolidation of Schools:  see Public schools - District reorganization
  • Constitutional Amendments:  25
  • Construction companies:  226, 227, 235
  • Consumer credit:  53
  • Contractors - Licenses:  225, 264
  • Cooke, Morris Llewellyn:  167
  • Cooney, John L.:  191
  • Cooper, Russell Oren:  39
  • Cooperative Power League of Oregon:  5
  • Cooter, John E.:  29
  • Copeland, Thomas L.:  241
  • Corbin, Carrie:  37
  • Cornell, H. C.:  11, 58
  • Cornell, Yvonne:  3
  • Coroners:  38, 107
  • Corporations:  200
  • Corporations - Taxation:  41, 138, 141-143, 147, 148, 153
  • Corrupt Practices Act:  76
  • Cory, Arthur S.:  162
  • Cosmetologists:  187, 223-225
  • Coster, John M.:  289
  • Costigan, Howard:  50
  • Cougar Quarterback Club:  116
  • Coughlin, Paul:  208
  • Coulee City, Washington:  1
  • Council for Children and Youth:  219, 248, 277
  • Council of Churches and Christian Education:  71, 78, 109
  • Council of State Governments:  116-118, 120, 123, 126, 129, 133, 155, 166, 167, 232
  • Counties:  see Cities and counties
  • County agricultural agents:  43, 47
  • County assessors:  141, 142, 185, 186
  • County auditors:  5, 36, 109, 148, 187
  • County commissioners:  25, 58, 185, 186, 189, 190, 205, 214, 125, 220, 232, 243, 244, 250, 254-256, 261, 262, 272, 291
  • County Commissioners News-Digest:  27
  • County government:  86, 97, 115, 236, 289
  • County government:  see also Cities and counties
  • County government - Records and correspondence:  57
  • County officials and employees:  219, 235, 252, 255, 278
  • County officials and employees - Appointments:  225
  • County officials and employees - Salaries:  186
  • County treasurers:  185
  • Coupons:  111
  • Courts - Officials and employees:  75, 218, 219
  • Cowan, David C.:  53
  • Cowlitz County Schools:  257
  • Cowlitz Historical Quarterly:  285
  • Cowlitz River:  108, 142, 143, 223-227, 236
  • Cowlitz River dams:  227, 228
  • Cranehurst Holstein Friesians:  33
  • Credit bureaus:  142
  • Credit finance companies:  57
  • Crime and criminals:  151, 167, 169, 172, 189, 218, 220
  • Crop-dusting:  177, 189, 225
  • Crosser, C. A.:  90
  • Crown, Bruce N.:  189, 286
  • Crown Zellerback Corporation:  95, 138, 152, 155, 188, 190, 191, 193, 194, 205, 209, 229, 230, 248, 255, 267, 270
  • Culinary Alliance:  185
  • Cunningham, L. V.:  90
  • Curran and Gardner Druggists:  58
  • Curtin, Abbie E.:  23
  • Cushing, Eugene C.:  56
  • Dahl, B. J.:  155, 163
  • Daily, B. L.:  138
  • Daily Olympian - Olympia, Washington:  16, 272
  • Daily Republic - Yakima, Washington:  163
  • Dairy cattle:  15, 31
  • Dairy Co-op Bulletin:  143
  • Dairy cooperatives:  3, 5, 7, 8, 11, 13, 16, 37, 59, 268
  • Dairying:  4, 16, 25, 27, 40, 44, 51, 54, 67, 68, 76, 87, 88, 90, 98, 99, 110, 118, 130, 137, 159, 175, 214, 273, 291
  • Dairying - Legislation:  28, 130
  • Dairying - Production:  63
  • Dairy inspections:  48, 93
  • Dairymen:  15
  • Dairymen's convention:  99
  • Dairy products:  39, 73, 76, 94, 104, 161, 164, 190, 272
  • Dairy Products Commission:  222, 223
  • Dairy products - Price regulation:  26, 44, 47
  • Dairy products - Price supports:  3
  • Dairy substitutes:  see Oleomargarine
  • Dale, Muriel:  102
  • Dalrymple, May L.:  39
  • Damils, Edythe B.:  107
  • Dams:  111, 112, 182, 236, 252
  • Dana, Marshall N.:  19
  • Dance halls - Licenses:  2
  • Daniels, Horace:  57, 90
  • Danielson, N. C.:  76
  • Daughters of the American Revolution:  142
  • Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington:  57
  • Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War:  142, 143
  • David, W. A.:  56, 57
  • Davis, Ed:  65
  • Davis, Jack:  3
  • Davis, Leon S.:  191
  • Davis, Maria:  94
  • Davis, Mrs. Frederick W.:  281
  • Day, John T.:  265
  • Daylight Saving Time:  103, 107, 111, 138, 141, 221, 225, 260
  • Deegan, Harry W.:  19
  • Degree of Honor Protective Association:  28
  • Democratic Central Committee:  5, 9, 10, 16, 18, 20, 25, 35, 36, 94, 100, 103, 118, 126, 179, 183, 191, 193-195, 203, 208, 212, 222, 226, 227, 229-232, 242, 250, 281, 282
  • Democratic League:  65, 72
  • Democratic Legislative Election Committee:  178, 179
  • Democratic National Committee:  20-22, 25, 70, 71, 115, 126, 132, 138, 192, 271
  • Democratic Party:  2, 3, 5, 8, 11, 19, 20, 35, 43, 46, 53, 54, 56, 59, 61, 62, 71, 74, 83-85, 121, 151, 152, 163, 171, 174, 176, 178, 182, 183, 200, 207, 210, 216, 234, 235, 237, 243, 244, 273, 277-279, 283, 289, 290, 291
  • Democratic platform:  207
  • Democratic State Reporter:  178
  • Dental Examining Board:  109
  • Dental hygiene:  141
  • Deposit insurance:  49
  • Deutsch, Herman:  205
  • Dewey, Thomas:  49
  • Diamond Gardner Corporation:  260
  • Dibble, George P.:  58
  • Dickson & Company:  173
  • Dill, Clarence Cleveland:  2, 9-14, 17-19, 51-54, 61
  • Diners' Club:  286
  • Disability compensation:  see Veterans, Disabled
  • Discrimination:  90, 250
  • Divorce:  235
  • Dixon, Gerald G.:  83, 116, 138
  • Dog racing:  27, 224, 236, 257, 261, 264
  • Dogs:  37, 39, 56
  • Dogs, Vicious:  53
  • Dogs - Taxation:  27, 28
  • Doherty, Howard V.:  229, 231
  • Donahoe, Paul:  31
  • Donnelly, E. P.:  132
  • Donohue, Dewey C.:  189
  • Donovan, Annie A.:  64
  • Donovan, Mary Jo:  29
  • Drag strips:  224
  • Driver education:  89, 223, 231, 254-256
  • Drug control:  111, 185
  • Drugs:  39, 43
  • Drug sales:  57
  • Drugstores:  83
  • DuBois Lumber Company:  18, 19
  • Duck hunting:  34, 46, 54
  • Duncan, Cliff A.:  140
  • Dunnavan, Floyd L.:  110
  • Durdle, E. C.:  33, 37, 47, 49, 50
  • Durgan, K. W.:  107
  • Durkee, R. S.:  90
  • Easterbrooks, R. D.:  95
  • Eastern Oregon State Hospital:  63
  • Eastern Orthodox Church:  268
  • Eastern Washington Public Utility Districts:  93
  • Eastern Washington State College:  93
  • Eastern Washington State Historical Society:  185
  • Eastvold, Don:  191, 192, 214
  • Editorials:  160
  • Edmonds, Alverda:  22, 29, 30, 34, 35
  • Edmonds, E.E.:  87, 88, 137
  • Education:  39, 48, 91, 93, 102, 105, 133, 140, 190, 196, 204, 206, 213, 240, 258, 284, 288
  • Education:  see also Public Schools
  • Education, Adult:  266, 272
  • Education, Compulsory:  1
  • Education, Higher:  40, 84, 182, 200, 235, 236, 253
  • Education - Curricula:  262
  • Education - Legislation:  24, 26, 27, 33, 37, 64, 47, 56, 114, 246, 253
  • Egbert, Emmet E.:  44
  • Egg and poultry cooperatives:  32
  • Egg and poultry industry:  39, 40
  • Eggs - Grading:  41
  • Eggs - Marketing:  1, 186, 273
  • Elected officials - Salaries:  123, 276, 290
  • Election controls:  76
  • Elections:  5, 21, 54, 55, 64, 65, 70, 71, 85, 90, 103, 106, 154, 158-160, 164, 166, 167, 178, 180, 182, 185, 197, 216, 218, 251, 282
  • Elections:  see also Campaigns, Elections
  • Electrical inspectors:  223
  • Electrical voting:  153
  • Electricians:  108, 223-225, 228
  • Electricians - Licenses:  58
  • Electric roll call:  114, 141
  • Electric utilities:  170
  • Electric utilities - Taxation:  268
  • Elich, J. F.:  156
  • Elks Lodge:  170, 214
  • Ellensburg, Washington:  183, 207, 215, 219, 221
  • Ellensburg Chamber of Commerce:  258
  • Ellensburg Ministerial Association:  207
  • Ellensburg Rodeo:  208
  • Ellington, E. V.:  61, 71, 86
  • Elvidge, Ford Q.:  59, 65, 97
  • Emery, Tom:  184
  • Eminent Domain:  135
  • Employment:  32, 59, 236
  • Employment, Federal:  10
  • Enabling Act:  70, 71, 74, 75, 77, 82, 89, 108-112, 120, 131, 133
  • Enemy Aliens:  63
  • Engineering profession:  259, 262, 264, 274-276, 284
  • Englund, Robert D.:  85
  • Enumclaw Cooperative Creamery:  88
  • Eperson, H. B.:  23
  • Ephrata Chamber of Commerce:  97
  • Episcopal Church:  223, 287
  • Equitable Savings and Loan Association:  227, 286
  • Erdahl, Clifford A.:  156
  • Erosion:  57
  • Estes, A. E.:  2
  • Everett, Washington:  265
  • Evergreen Education Association:  233
  • Evergreen Public Schools:  140, 199, 257
  • Evergreen State Fair:  131
  • Eversaul, George:  49, 50
  • Excise tax:  186, 252
  • Exline, J. C.:  56, 57
  • Fairbrother, Sadie:  79
  • Fair employment practices:  76, 166, 181, 256, 273
  • Fair trade:  5, 57
  • Farley, James A.:  20, 31, 32, 43
  • Farm Credit Administration:  20, 290
  • Farm debt adjustments:  20, 24, 30, 33, 34
  • Farm equipment, Moving:  103
  • Farmers' Union:  97
  • Farmers Automobile Inter-Insurance Exchange:  52
  • Farm forestry:  167
  • Farming:  49
  • Farming - Business tax:  186, 246, 248, 250, 254, 255, 260, 262
  • Farm Loan Association:  82
  • Farm management:  67, 69
  • Farm Market Relations, Inc.:  97
  • Farm news broadcasts:  70
  • Farm price program:  81
  • Farm produce:  96
  • Farm produce - Storage:  75
  • Farm production:  127
  • Farm Security Administration:  63, 66, 69
  • Farr Brothers, Clothiers:  58
  • Farrington, Clayton:  103, 104
  • Fascism:  36
  • Federal Aid to Education:  104
  • Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works:  32
  • Federal Housing Administration:  22
  • Federal Land Bank:  13, 15-17, 20
  • Federal Land Bank - Appraisors:  11
  • Federal land grants:  123
  • Federal Savings and Loan Associations:  13, 159
  • Federal Security Agency:  87
  • Federated Industries of Washington:  5, 6, 15, 16, 56
  • Federated Shareholders Association:  8
  • Federation of Western Outdoor Clubs:  55
  • Feeds and fertilizers:  27, 109
  • Ferguson, William H.:  53, 102
  • Ferries - Business tax:  28
  • Ferry rates:  202
  • Ferry systems:  27, 246, 252, 275
  • Ficken, Rollard:  63
  • Fields, Ira S.:  16
  • Finland:  50
  • Finley, Robert C.:  117, 120
  • Firearms:  15
  • Fire commissioners:  252, 255
  • Firemen:  192, 223
  • Firemen:  see also Civil service
  • Firemen, Volunteer:  236
  • Firemen's Association:  185
  • Firemen's ball:  25
  • Firemen - Pensions:  28, 42, 58
  • Firemen - Work hours:  76
  • Fire prevention:  5, 39, 57, 169, 180, 184-186
  • Fireworks control:  15
  • Firland Sanatorium:  243, 248
  • Firstenburg, Ed. W.:  90
  • Fishback, John:  140
  • Fish - Conservation:  38
  • Fisher Flour Mills Company:  112, 118
  • Fisheries:  107, 128, 221, 235
  • Fishery products:  258, 259
  • Fishing (Sport):  see Hunting and fishing
  • Fishing industry:  34, 39, 41, 42, 47, 110, 156, 215, 260, 262, 265
  • Fishing regulations:  31, 259
  • Fish sanctuaries:  107-112, 114, 138, 141143
  • Fish traps:  41-44, 48
  • Fitzpatrick, Edward F.:  281
  • Fitzpatrick, Lawrence J.:  258
  • Fletcher, I. R.:  8, 23, 31
  • Fletcher, Jack:  76
  • Fletcher-Daniels Abstract Company:  63
  • Flood control:  5, 16, 34, 50, 60, 103, 109, 112, 138, 197, 234, 244, 290
  • Flood damage:  13
  • Flood relief:  100
  • Floods - Snake River:  100
  • Floor admittance cards:  285
  • Flouride damage:  143
  • Flourine gases:  71, 109
  • Flour - Taxation:  109-112, 118
  • Floyd, George B.:  57
  • Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act:  57
  • Food packing:  93
  • Football:  53
  • Foreign aid:  253
  • Foreign commerce:  194
  • Foreign manufacturing:  236
  • Foreign services:  189
  • Forest conservation:  88, 264
  • Forest fires - Prevention and control:  278
  • Forest lands:  160, 186
  • Forest Production Commission:  102
  • Forest products:  104, 107, 108, 123
  • Forest Products Institute:  109
  • Forest reserves:  291
  • Forest resources:  268
  • Forestry:  17, 74, 84, 155, 169, 176, 183, 225, 226, 229, 237, 238
  • Forestry:  see also Tree farms
  • Fort Vancouver:  88, 90, 258, 269
  • Fort Vancouver Regional Library:  179, 183, 185, 193
  • Fort Worden Diagnostic and Treatment Center:  243
  • Forty-mill tax limit:  12, 15, 36, 41, 43, 45, 56-58, 68, 69, 93, 109, 110, 112, 135, 141, 153, 178, 224, 262
  • Fosdick, Harry Emerson:  19
  • Foster, Chapin D.:  90
  • Foster, F. Stuart:  84, 94, 96, 101, 103, 193
  • Foster, Oscar E.:  37
  • Fox, Chris T.:  31, 35
  • Fox, W. J.:  18
  • Franchise tax:  see Corporations - Taxation
  • Fraternal benefit societies - Taxation:  28
  • Fraternal insurance organizations:  5,
  • Fraternal societies:  8
  • Frayn, Robert Mort:  96, 181, 250
  • Frazier-Lemke Farm Refinance Bill:  32
  • Free Enterprise Movement:  131, 133
  • Freeways:  291
  • French, C. Clement:  192, 195, 209, 229, 231, 232, 245, 270, 283
  • Fretwell, Sam:  18
  • Friends of the Public Schools Bulletin:  104
  • Fries, Emil B.:  81, 112, 118
  • Fruit canning and packing:  8, 108
  • Fruit flies:  182
  • Fruit growers:  57, 107, 260
  • Fry, W. Newton:  52, 55
  • Fuel oil - Taxation:  24, 26, 27, 39, 57, 90
  • Fuel - Regulations:  181
  • Funk, H. L.:  11
  • Fur industry:  38
  • Futtrup, N. W.:  11
  • Future Farmers of America:  81, 229
  • Gabrielson, Alex:  34, 253
  • Galbraith, W. L.:  112
  • Gallagher, Bernard J.:  60, 69, 103, 115, 120, 131, 155, 177, 180, 181, 191, 203, 254
  • Gallatly, John A.:  53
  • Gambling:  58, 226, 266
  • Game commissioners:  75, 134
  • Game laws:  76
  • Game preservation:  186
  • Gannon, George H.:  50, 51
  • Garber, Charles:  57
  • Gardner, Joe:  62
  • Gasoline - Allotments:  76
  • Gasoline dealers:  198, 284,
  • Gasoline - Inspection:  7
  • Gasoline - Law and legislation:  27
  • Gasoline - Prices:  185, 287
  • Gasoline service stations:  187
  • Gasoline - Taxation:  5, 15, 38, 42, 48, 73, 90, 93, 102, 108, 111, 137, 158, 189, 229
  • Gasser, John:  35, 37
  • Gas utilities:  236
  • Gehlen, Frank:  10
  • Gehrman, Agnes M.:  100
  • General Mills, Inc.:  111
  • General Motors Corporation:  63
  • Geraghty, James M.:  19-21, 27
  • Ghent, James A.:  26
  • Gibbons, W. J.:  26
  • Gibbs, Virgil H.:  155
  • Giberson, Anna Elizabeth:  30
  • Gilbert, Helen:  184
  • Gilbert, Kenneth:  198
  • Gilbert, Robert:  132
  • Gill, Ada:  109, 114, 125-129
  • Goldmark, John:  283
  • Good Government Educational League:  90
  • Goody Studio, Inc.:  49
  • Gorden, J. Chester:  155
  • Goss, Albert:  84
  • Gould, Joel F.:  214, 284
  • Government - Centralized:  46
  • Government employees:  6, 36, 86, 88, 90
  • Government employees:  see also State employees
  • Government reorganization:  105
  • Government spending:  28
  • Governor's Ball:  25, 32
  • Governor's mansion:  251
  • Grady, Thomas E.:  96
  • Graff, G. F.:  39
  • Graham, Luke:  135
  • Grain growers:  90
  • Grand Coulee Dam:  11, 14, 20, 22, 31.
  • Grand Coulee Dam - Bids:  14
  • Grand juries:  291
  • Grand larceny:  224
  • Grand Rapids Furniture Company:  58
  • Grange:  3, 16, 20, 21, 26-30, 33, 34, 38, 75, 88, 91, 92, 103, 111, 135, 142, 147, 277
  • Grange:  see also Washington State Grange
  • Grange, National:  1, 15, 202
  • Grange - Applications for membership:  5
  • Grange dairy committee:  65
  • Grange Insurance Association:  64, 74, 82, 125, 184
  • Grange legislation:  5, 12
  • Grange News:  12
  • Grange - State Convention:  3
  • Grape growers:  57
  • Graves, Charles E.:  69
  • Grays Harbor, Washington:  50
  • Grays Harbor Chamber of Commerce:  12
  • Grays Harbor County:  12
  • Green Hill Academy:  219, 224, 227, 233
  • Green Mountain School:  224
  • Gregerson, Henry:  21
  • Gregg, James R.:  186
  • Gregory, Morton:  53
  • Greive, Robert R.:  115, 165, 166, 205
  • Grelle, C.E.:  44
  • Grenia, Lura A.:  70
  • Gretsch, Carl:  57, 58
  • Gretsch, Rose:  90
  • Gretsch John:  99
  • Grew, Marion:  84
  • Greyhound racing:  see Dog-racing
  • Griffing, J.B.:  33
  • Grigsby, Jay:  114, 115
  • Griner, J.I.:  28
  • Grocery trade:  38
  • Groninger, Robert R.:  142
  • Gubernatorial campaign:  95, 99, 193
  • Gurtle, Gale G.:  65, 67, 85, 88
  • H. B. Pearne Lumber Company:  36
  • Hagen, Marjorie B.:  283
  • Haggard, W.W.:  220
  • Haley, Andrew J.:  9
  • Hall, Charles W.:  37, 56, 76, 82, 90, 199
  • Hall, Kenneth S.:  107
  • Hall and LaLonde Attorneys:  64
  • Hallauer, Wilbur G.:  180, 188, 241
  • Hall Post Office:  12, 25
  • Halstead, Francis:  176
  • Hamblen, Herbert M.:  86, 107
  • Hamilton, Richard:  53
  • Handicapped children:  91, 229, 287
  • Handicapped children:  see also Mentally handicapped children
  • Hanny, J. E.:  95
  • Hansen, Herbert:  228
  • Hansen, Julia Butler:  45, 53, 89, 163, 166, 167, 210, 244, 265, 278, 283, 289
  • Harbors:  8
  • Hardenbergh, George E.:  142
  • Hardin, Dan E.:  67
  • Harley, Clinton S.:  72
  • Harmon, Maurice A.:  207
  • Harriman, Averell:  169, 182
  • Harris, Hattie Belle:  162
  • Harrison, A. A.:  29
  • Harter, Herbert S.:  10
  • Haskin, George:  41
  • Haskin's Hi-Way Garage:  39
  • Hatch, Ester:  56, 223
  • Hawaii - Tidal wave:  286
  • Hawkins, Gladys:  12
  • Hay, Brewers':  53
  • Hayes, Albert:  57
  • Hayes, Robert C.:  267
  • Hazel Dell School District:  177, 192, 197
  • Health device operators:  76
  • Health examinations:  37
  • Health Freedom Committee:  169
  • Health services:  93
  • Healy, Tim:  65, 72, 80, 85, 93, 103
  • Hearing:  53, 54
  • Hearing - Conservation:  110
  • Heart Fund Drive:  271
  • Heber, Marion:  69
  • Hedges, Richard G.:  90, 117
  • Hedges, Thomas S.:  20, 21, 85, 102, 115
  • Heighton, C. H.:  49
  • Heikka, John A.:  40
  • Helliwell, George P.:  71
  • Hells Canyon Dam:  170
  • Helseth, Emil J.:  58
  • Hennessey, Emmett S.:  95
  • Henrici, May:  54
  • Hentges, A.:  20
  • Herbert, Fred:  13, 34, 40, 57
  • Herboth, May:  64
  • Herman, George E.:  163
  • Hesner, Edna:  284
  • Heuric, Rita:  18
  • Hickey, Dorothy Duke:  174
  • Hicks, Sue F.:  5, 34
  • Higher education:  see Education, Higher
  • Higher Education in the West:  268
  • Highline Kiwanis Club:  39
  • Highway code:  27
  • Highway construction:  141, 142
  • Highway improvement:  65, 76
  • Highway intersections:  110
  • Highways:  5-7, 9, 15, 18, 24, 26, 28, 29, 33, 34, 53, 55, 56, 62, 69, 74, 87, 94, 108, 123, 135, 141, 151, 152,
  • Highways, cont.:  160, 162, 163, 167, 170, 179-181, 185, 189, 195, 197, 199, 200, 202, 203, 205, 207, 208, 210, 215-217, 219, 220, 224-226, 228-230, 233, 237, 238, 241-243, 248, 250, 252-254, 258, 261, 262, 264, 265, 268, 270, 273, 276, 278, 279, 281, 285-287, 291>
  • Highways - Limited access:  110-112
  • Highways - Military installations:  83
  • Highways - Oregon:  112, 113
  • Highway tax:  5
  • Highway transportation:  202
  • Hiim, Mary:  25
  • Hiim, O.:  27, 28
  • Hill, Daniel L.:  134, 135
  • Hill, Glen G.:  41, 71, 72
  • Hill, Knute:  63
  • Hill, Otto J.:  33, 63, 65
  • Hill, Sidney:  61
  • Hillyer, A.S.:  117
  • Hilton, Frank H.:  110, 112, 150
  • Hipskind, Dorothy:  78
  • Hockett, L.E.:  56, 86, 107
  • Hodde, Charles W.:  34, 76, 80, 103, 107, 112-114, 123, 126, 127, 129, 134, 144, 147, 150, 151, 162, 165-167, 208, 228, 258
  • Hodge, A.R.:  57
  • Hodgkin, W.M.:  39
  • Hodson, James N.:  63
  • Hoefel, David:  80
  • Hoff, Neil J.:  207
  • Hogg, Beatrice:  39
  • Holcomb, Helen E.:  91
  • Holcomb, Si R.:  12, 16, 21, 22, 35, 46, 52-54, 58, 61, 65, 70-73, 80, 82, 84-86, 93, 94, 99-103, 112-118, 125-133, 135, 147, 150, 151, 154-156,
  • Holcomb, Si R., cont.:  161-167, 173, 178, 181, 183, 190-195, 197, 203, 205, 207-210, 212, 219, 231, 232, 237, 250, 267, 269, 270, 277-279, 283, 287, 291
  • Holden, Mrs. Dewey:  163
  • Holland, Ernest O.:  42, 67, 70, 73, 86, 91, 94-96, 100, 101, 112, 114, 116, 117
  • Hollenback, George M.:  231
  • Holliday, Mark V.:  153, 154, 215
  • Holstein Breeders Association:  29
  • Home Builders Association:  282
  • Home Owners' Loan Corporation:  27
  • Home Savings and Loan Association:  39
  • Homestead law:  57
  • Honey - Taxation:  224, 228
  • Hooker, T. E.:  5
  • Hooper, C. Pat:  22
  • Hoopingarner, Russell T.:  148
  • Hoover, Herbert:  85, 95
  • Horse-racing:  6, 8, 10, 11, 207, 231, 279
  • Horse-racing - Taxation:  33
  • Horst, Claude William:  44, 84, 115, 220, 228, 236
  • Horticultural Board:  279
  • Horticulture:  284
  • Hospital employees:  222
  • Hospitals:  8, 58, 148, 199, 235-237, 248, 265, 291
  • Hospital services - Taxation:  198
  • Hoss, Hal E.:  6
  • Host-guest law:  183
  • Housing:  141
  • Housing Authorities:  112
  • Housing shortage:  72
  • Hover, Arthur J.:  111
  • Howeiler, George L.:  165
  • Howeiler, Ruth E.:  126
  • Howell, John:  257
  • Hudson, John L.:  49
  • Hufford, Merle C.:  94, 102, 205
  • Hufford, Walter G.:  182
  • Hultgrenn, Elart F.:  17
  • Humane Societies:  see Animals, Treatment of
  • Hungate, James W.:  86
  • Hunt, Lucille:  80
  • Hunter, Mrs. Frances Hudson:  54
  • Hunting and fishing:  19, 76, 90
  • Huntley, Elmer C.:  283
  • Hurley, Joseph E.:  45, 53, 54, 97, 134
  • Huse, Harry C.:  5, 21, 29, 51, 52, 54, 72
  • Hutchinson, David:  60
  • Hutchinson, E. L.:  22
  • Hutchinson, Ernest N.:  18, 31
  • Hutchinson, John H.:  176, 183, 184, 186-190, 223
  • Hutto, C. H.:  55
  • Hydro-electric power:  2, 5, 12, 14, 34, 39, 43, 49
  • Hynes, Marianne R.:  174
  • Hypnosis:  76, 100
  • Hyppa, Elmer A.:  181, 208, 212
  • IBM.:  see International Business Machines
  • Illahee State Park Association:  90
  • Immigration:  43, 61, 63, 99, 277
  • Incledon, Leonard:  26, 28
  • Income, Per capita:  134
  • Income tax:  9, 25, 43, 74, 83, 110-112, 128, 135, 183, 186, 188-190, 192, 200, 225, 259, 266, 272, 274, 282, 289
  • Independent Telephone Association of Washington:  27
  • Independent Theatre Owners:  54, 56, 57, 60, 61, 84, 121, 130, 141
  • Industrial Accidents:  194
  • Industrial arts:  217, 236
  • Industries:  222, 226, 248, 274, 280
  • Industries:  see also Commerce and industry
  • Infantile paralysis:  26, 49
  • Inflation:  268
  • Inglis, Agnes E.:  37
  • Inheritance and succession laws:  251
  • Inheritance Appraisals:  64
  • Inheritance tax:  65, 134, 135, 138, 222, 229
  • Initiative:  171
  • Inland Automobile Association:  54, 134
  • Insecticides:  42
  • Inspector of Fisheries:  6
  • Institute of Forest Products:  148
  • Institutional Industries Commission:  219
  • Insurance:  20
  • Insurance, Accident:  39, 104
  • Insurance, Automobile:  51, 59, 107, 226
  • Insurance, Health:  104, 118
  • Insurance, Industrial:  39, 58, 125, 142, 143, 165, 186, 200, 204, 206, 213, 224, 235, 240, 261
  • Insurance, Life:  90
  • Insurance, Life - Premium tax:  6, 7, 9, 158, 227
  • Insurance, medical:  93
  • Insurance, Sutomobile - Compulsory:  57
  • Insurance, War Damage:  64
  • Insurance - Agents:  24
  • Insurance claims:  278
  • Insurance laws:  27
  • Insurance premiums:  235
  • Internal management:  105
  • Internal revenue:  135
  • International Association of Fire Fighters:  30, 58
  • International Boundary - Centennial:  226
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers:  109, 138
  • International Brotherhood of Paper Makers:  79
  • International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers:  59
  • International Business Machines:  134, 141, 150
  • International Harvester Company:  291
  • International Hod Carriers and Building Laborers Union:  30
  • International Trade Fair:  230, 231, 234, 274
  • International Woodworkers of America:  39, 143, 194
  • Interstate Assembly:  27, 28
  • Interstate commerce:  194
  • Interstate Cooperation:  105
  • Interstate planning:  227
  • Investment banking:  227
  • Investors, Out-of-state:  222
  • Invitations:  25, 48, 62, 66, 74, 83, 98, 106, 123, 237, 158, 160, 170, 171, 199, 200, 216, 217, 234, 235, 251, 272, 285, 289
  • Irrigation:  56
  • Irving, Mrs. J.R.:  93
  • Irwin, Dr. C.S.:  60
  • Jackson, Earl W.:  67, 79, 80
  • Jackson, Henry M.:  134, 162, 169, 193, 199, 212, 234, 241, 246, 253
  • Jackson, Yvonne Cornell:  110
  • Jackson (Andrew) Day:  31, 33, 59
  • Jaeger, A.E.:  23
  • James, C.C.:  150
  • James, N.L.:  224
  • Japan:  83
  • Japanese Immigrants - Relocation:  63, 64, 66, 70
  • Japanese Trade Fair:  148
  • Jeanneret, Albert:  100
  • Jemtegaard, Rolf:  70
  • Jensen, H.M.:  90
  • Jim's Shell Service:  48
  • Johnson, Allan R.:  67
  • Johnson, C.P.:  71
  • Johnson, Carl:  79, 80, 181
  • Johnson, Claudius O.:  112, 114
  • Johnson, Freeman S.:  15, 23, 28
  • Johnson, Lilly M.:  39
  • Johnson, Vincent:  61, 63
  • Johnston, Elmer:  192
  • Johnston, George H.:  53
  • John W. Graham Company:  138
  • Joint Railway Employees Association:  50
  • Jones, Clayton C.:  110, 113
  • Jones, D.W.:  58, 59, 103
  • Jones, Earnest E.:  286
  • Jones, John R.:  59
  • Jones, R. De Witt:  37, 38, 107, 223
  • Jones, W. Irving:  3
  • Jordan, W.O.:  76, 80
  • Josefsky, H.F.:  126, 129, 134, 153, 178
  • Judd, L.B.:  61
  • Judges - Retirement:  107
  • Judges - Salaries:  107, 219, 223, 224
  • Judicial districts:  192, 289
  • Junior Chambers of Commerce:  199
  • Junior colleges:  57, 62, 260, 264
  • Jurors - Compensation:  5
  • Justice Courts:  241, 256, 275, 290, 291
  • Justice of the Peace:  27, 138
  • Juvenile Advisory Council:  189
  • Juvenile courts:  274
  • Juvenile courts - Jurisdiction:  228
  • Juvenile delinquency:  75, 76, 125, 127, 200, 252, 271
  • Juvenile Protection Committee:  76
  • K & M Hill Road Improvement:  56
  • Kahin, George:  161
  • Kappa Psi:  39
  • Kearns, Tom:  6
  • Keenan, J. R.:  49
  • Kefauver, Estes:  283
  • Keister, Frank D.:  243, 248
  • Keller, Freeman:  210
  • Kelly, John W.:  33
  • Kelly, Tom:  29
  • Kennedy, Elmer H.:  34, 35
  • Kennedy, John F.:  271
  • Kenney, Mrs. Phillip:  85
  • Kennon, George:  56
  • Kent Kiwanis Club:  48
  • KGY Radio - Olympia, Washington:  287
  • Kiggins, John F.:  34
  • Kindergartens:  159, 185, 189, 190, 260, 264, 291
  • King, Ervin E.:  36
  • King County Classroom Teachers' Association:  37
  • King County Hospitals:  237
  • King County Medical Society:  58
  • King County Public Library:  107
  • Kingen, Floyd C.:  59
  • Kinnear, George:  44, 48, 56, 58, 59, 86, 93, 151
  • Kinnear, Roy J.:  54
  • Kinney, Gertrude:  91
  • Kipp, R. H.:  50
  • Kirkwood, G.:  44, 48
  • KIRO Radio - Seattle, Washington:  90
  • Kirwin, Anne:  127
  • Kirwin, P. J.:  27, 33, 58
  • Kitsap County Transportation Company:  25
  • Kiwanis Clubs:  79, 85, 91
  • Klady, Lancaster:  242
  • Klein, William C.:  267
  • Knapp, Ralph R.:  99, 106
  • Kneeland Hotel:  12
  • Knoblauch, Reuben:  132
  • Knott, Joseph C.:  141
  • Knutson, K. T.:  68
  • Knutzen, W. J.:  26
  • Koenig, Melita:  56
  • Kopplin vs. Quade:  67
  • Korean War:  137
  • Kreis, Ben H.:  26
  • Kupka, George W.:  189
  • Kuykendall, Jerome K.:  154
  • KVAN Radio - Vancouver, Washington:  122, 136, 157, 168, 176-178
  • Labor:  63, 112, 147, 181, 222, 226
  • Labor, Inmate:  188
  • Labor Council:  283
  • Labor - Laws and legislation:  27
  • Labor organizations:  see Trade unions
  • Labor problems:  82, 270
  • Labor relations:  48, 73, 76, 83
  • Labor - Wages:  61, 64
  • La Center, Washington:  245, 279
  • La Center Consolidated Schools:  47
  • La Center Post Office:  21, 31, 33
  • La Center Post Office - Rural service:  19
  • La Follette, William LeRoy:  46
  • Laird, D. R.:  89, 90, 110
  • La Joslin, Carrie:  39
  • Lake Merrill:  194
  • Lake Washington Bridge:  219
  • Lancaster, British Columbia:  130
  • Land ownership:  175
  • Land titles:  35, 57, 58, 61, 75, 76, 80, 88, 90, 108
  • Langlie, Arthur B.:  45, 53, 54, 56, 58, 60-63, 67, 70, 107, 108, 112, 113, 117, 128, 129, 135, 153, 155, 166, 175, 190, 215, 223, 235, 236
  • Langsdorf, J. Guthrie:  228
  • Larch Mountain Honor Camp:  217
  • Larsen, Arthur L.:  18
  • Lash, Frederick M.:  90
  • Lasher, David:  82
  • Lassihi, Walfred C.:  56
  • League of Women Voters:  7, 76, 164, 165, 178, 179, 184, 208, 244, 253, 280
  • Leavy, Charles H.:  291
  • Lechner, H. J.:  30
  • Ledgerwood, J. T.:  20
  • Lee, Virgil R.:  113
  • Legislation, 1959.:  274
  • Legislative Bulletin:  120
  • Legislative candidates:  209
  • Legislative districts:  62, 169, 210, 218, 220, 222, 233, 235, 288
  • Legislative employees:  276
  • Legislative powers:  6
  • Legislative processes and procedures:  114-117, 119, 120, 123, 127, 130, 131, 133, 139, 169, 206
  • Legislative reform:  101
  • Legislative roster:  171
  • Legislative Service Conference:  118, 132
  • Legislators:  48, 234, 254
  • Legislators - Salaries:  62, 112, 121, 219
  • Lehman, Fred:  94, 111
  • Lehman, S. P.:  90
  • Leif Erikson Day:  57
  • Leighton, Mrs. M. G.:  52
  • Lembar, John:  60
  • Lemke, William:  26
  • Lennart, E. W.:  59
  • Leslie, Z. V.:  290
  • Lewis, Fred E.:  72
  • Lewis, Mrs. Ray:  39
  • Lewis and Clark National Tourway:  163
  • Lewis River News:  35
  • Leyn, J. W.:  13
  • Libraries:  27, 40, 43, 55, 58, 83, 86, 93, 107, 129, 135, 138, 146, 147, 169, 224, 246
  • Libraries - Finance:  75, 76, 81, 109
  • Library service:  147
  • Licenses, Automobile:  41, 185, 209, 235
  • Licenses, Boat:  256
  • Licenses, Class H.:  246
  • Licenses, Egg Dealers:  40
  • Licenses, Farm Vehicles:  51, 56
  • Licenses, Hunting and fishing:  76, 141, 218-220, 225, 235, 259, 260
  • Licenses, Liquor:  158
  • Licenses, Optometrists:  182
  • Licenses, Plumbers:  236
  • Licenses, Truck:  56, 108
  • Lien Law:  219, 230, 256, 261
  • Lillsjo, Maria:  90
  • Lindgren, Lloyd:  34
  • Lindley, E. S.:  17
  • Lindquist, Mrs. E. C.:  84
  • Lions Club:  89, 93
  • Liquor control:  12, 13, 15-17, 27, 28, 39-41, 56, 75, 78, 80, 84, 85, 88, 90, 98, 101, 109, 110, 112, 126, 138, 142, 143, 147, 185, 189, 200, 215, 219-228, 236, 254, 257, 263, 264, 266, 274
  • Liquor control:  see also Liquor Laws.
  • Liquor Control Board:  111, 142, 248, 269
  • Liquor laws:  57, 58, 75
  • Liquor sales - Elections:  31
  • Liquor stores - Employees:  185
  • Liquor stores - State control:  180
  • Liquor - Taxation:  27, 118, 153, 182, 185, 264
  • Lister, Kingston S.:  134
  • Litchman, Mark Jr.:  228
  • Little Wagner Act:  83
  • Live stock:  9, 32, 38, 95, 97, 98, 164, 174, 198, 199, 233, 249
  • Live stock Advisory Board:  276
  • Live stock - Breeding:  143
  • Live stock grazing:  19
  • Live stock injury:  132, 133
  • Live stock markets:  249, 273, 291
  • Live stock - Quarantines:  44, 45
  • Live stock sales slips:  272
  • Live stock sanitary laws:  101
  • Live stock - Slaughter:  6, 254, 257, 261
  • Live stock - Strays:  71
  • Live stock - Tuberculosis:  7, 42
  • Lloyd, Ted:  83, 118
  • Loans:  43, 50
  • Loans, Farm:  15-17, 26, 42, 56, 61
  • Loans - Legislation:  37, 39
  • Lockwood, David E.:  61
  • Loney, Milton R.:  59, 95
  • Longshoremen and Warehousemen's Union:  57
  • Longview Highway Bridge:  113
  • Longview Public Schools:  39
  • Lordan, Frederick J.:  31, 112
  • Louisiana:  283, 285
  • Lumber industry:  30, 33, 35, 81, 98, 215, 227, 235, 252
  • Lumber mills:  110
  • Lund, John V.:  19
  • Lunquist, Norman S.:  37
  • Lutheran Commission on Education:  56
  • Luther Burbank School:  243
  • Lyman, Tracy W.:  61, 73, 95, 156, 176
  • Lynch, Bill:  27, 28
  • Lynch, Gladys I.:  53, 83, 166
  • Lynch, John:  43
  • Lyons, Alice:  28
  • Lyons, Daniel:  47
  • MacDonald, Maurice:  113, 128
  • Machinists:  190
  • Mack, Russell V.:  131, 153
  • MacMaster, Hugh:  56
  • Madden, Edmund:  20
  • Magnuson, Don:  209
  • Magnuson, Warren G.:  94-96, 100, 118, 126, 127, 134, 135, 137, 151, 152, 154, 155, 170, 178, 199, 203, 207, 209, 227, 230, 236, 248, 267, 269, 277, 287
  • Mair, Robert:  63
  • Maki, Amanda:  33
  • Mandery, Anthony E.:  20, 23
  • Mann, N. C.:  22
  • Mansfield, W. C.:  80, 155
  • Manufacturer's Association of Washington:  57
  • Manufacturing:  93
  • Maple Lane School:  205, 242
  • Margarine:  see Oleomargarine.
  • Marijuana:  236
  • Marine Cooks and Stewards' Association:  76
  • Marine Corps Reserve:  43
  • Marriage laws:  48, 56
  • Marriage licenses:  27
  • Marrion, S. J.:  88
  • Marsh, Shirley:  57
  • Marshall, William Nolby:  236
  • Marshall-McCall Company, Inc.:  58
  • Martha Washington School:  241, 243
  • Martin, Clarence D.:  6, 12, 15, 16, 30, 33, 34, 39, 43, 44, 50-53, 55
  • Martin, Fred J.:  53, 54, 72, 80, 107
  • Mason, Fred P.:  53
  • Massotherapy:  98
  • Mattson, Warren:  70
  • Maxson, Laura A.:  57
  • May, Catherine:  258
  • Mayberry, Edythe:  21, 22
  • Maybury, Charles R.:  183, 186
  • McCabe, Esther R.:  70
  • McCain, Robert V.:  184
  • McCall, Andrew:  34
  • McCarthy, Bert L.:  18
  • McCash, James:  44-46, 49, 50, 52, 53, 61
  • McConnell, C. W.:  185
  • McConnell, Robert E.:  53
  • McCormack, W. S.:  21
  • McCoy, Austin:  39, 83, 110
  • McCoy, Auto Company:  75
  • McCullock, Ernest C.:  71
  • McCutcheon, John T.:  59, 65
  • McDonald, Donald A.:  29
  • McDonald, Robert:  71
  • McElroy, Paul:  5, 12
  • McGaughy, H. W.:  56
  • McGee, W. P.:  5, 7, 9
  • McGough, Richard:  82, 114, 167
  • McGovern, Dan B.:  220
  • McKay, Clarence S.:  220
  • McMullen, Dale:  111, 129, 156, 187
  • McMurray, Joseph C.:  231, 236
  • McNary, Charles L.:  50
  • McNutt, Paul V.:  45, 52
  • McPherson, A. B.:  56
  • McQuesten, G. Dowe:  68, 72, 85, 86
  • McWilliams, E. L.:  226
  • Meat inspection:  17, 25, 39-41, 56, 233, 249, 273
  • Medical care:  76, 93, 112, 113, 123, 129, 158, 160, 183, 184, 266
  • Medical Education Week:  229
  • Medical practice:  6, 111
  • Medical schools:  see Medicine, Colleges of
  • Medicine:  39
  • Medicine, Colleges of:  76, 82, 235
  • Medley, J. B.:  31
  • Meidl, Joseph W.:  161, 163
  • Mental health:  86, 93, 181, 183-185, 188, 190, 248, 252, 262, 270, 276, 278, 279
  • Mental hospitals:  90, 188, 207
  • Mental illness - Committment:  104, 107, 108
  • Mentally handicapped children:  93, 182, 185, 187-190, 194, 200, 207, 208, 221224, 227, 236, 289
  • Merritt, Charles:  88
  • Methodist Church:  273
  • Metropolitan Council:  228
  • Metropolitan districts:  221
  • Metropolitan lease:  101, 103
  • Meyer, Heys:  34
  • Meyers, Victor A.:  52, 73, 238, 241, 242, 278, 281
  • Middaugh, Glen C.:  39
  • Milbollin, Hew H.:  51
  • Milbollin, Hew H.:  51
  • Military appointments:  60
  • Military appointments:  60
  • Military service:  59, 60, 64, 67, 75, 82
  • Military service:  59, 60, 64, 67, 75, 82
  • Military service - Deferments:  61, 63
  • Military service - Deferments:  61, 63
  • Milk:  3, 5, 24
  • Milk:  3, 5, 24
  • Milk - Bacteria count:  46
  • Milk - Bacteria count:  46
  • Milk - Bottling and labeling:  145, 147, 148
  • Milk - Bottling and labeling:  145, 147, 148
  • Milk - Consumption:  97
  • Milk - Consumption:  97
  • Milk control:  34, 64, 104, 151, 186
  • Milk control:  34, 64, 104, 151, 186
  • Milk Control Board:  56
  • Milk Control Board:  56
  • Milk dealers:  86
  • Milk inspections:  51, 98, 106, 123, 158
  • Milk marketing:  5, 13, 19, 30, 135, 145, 148, 159
  • Milk ordinance - Portland, Oregon:  2, 10, 11, 29, 30, 32, 33, 47
  • Milk ordinance - Vancouver, Washington:  30
  • Milk - Rationing:  69
  • Milk - Rationing:  69
  • Milk shippers, grade B:  3
  • Millard, William J.:  15, 98, 166, 214
  • Miller, Clyde J.:  207
  • Miller, Donald B.:  42
  • Miller, Donald J.:  177
  • Miller, Mrs. A. L.:  57
  • Mills, Chapin A.:  27, 28, 34, 37, 57, 75, 76, 259
  • Mills, Margaret:  76, 100
  • Minamoto, Mary:  70
  • Minimum wage:  27, 259-261, 286
  • Mining operations:  43
  • Minnehaha Grade School:  57
  • Minors - Death by negligence:  264
  • Missouri House of Representatives:  152
  • Mitchell, Don:  33
  • Mitchell, Hugh B.:  60, 85, 162
  • Mitchell, Royce H.:  54
  • Mobil Oil Company:  284, 287
  • Modbeck, Clara M.:  100
  • Modern Woodmen of America:  27
  • Mohrmann, Roy I.:  86
  • Molyneux, Harvey W.:  37, 38
  • Monahan, John L.:  110
  • Monetary system:  289
  • Monopolies:  102, 112
  • Monroe, Washington - Riot:  291
  • Montchalin, Yvonne:  248
  • Moody, George Y.:  57
  • Moore Produce Company:  15
  • Moose Lodge:  220
  • Morgan, Gladys M.:  37
  • Moriarty, Charles P.:  267
  • Morrison, Zelma Reeves:  167, 246, 250
  • Morrow, Joseph J.:  47
  • Morrow, Thomas L.:  21
  • Morse, John E.:  163
  • Mortgages:  5, 90
  • Mortgages, Farm:  40
  • Mosquito Control:  6, 13, 16, 17
  • Motor Carrier Act:  31
  • Motor Coach Association of Washington:  113
  • Motor Freight:  98
  • Motor Vehicle Association:  38, 73
  • Motor Vehicle Code:  98, 117, 166
  • Motor vehicle fund:  15
  • Motor vehicles:  26, 32, 41
  • Motor vehicles - Excise tax:  257
  • Motor vehicles - Parking:  109
  • Motor vehicles - Registration and fees:  3, 62
  • Mouler, W. H.:  75
  • Mountain View Sanatorium:  243
  • Mourning doves:  182
  • Muller, Qtto B.:  22, 57
  • Munger, J. C.:  47
  • Municipal corporations:  115
  • Municipal government:  37, 39, 43, 44, 56, 57, 118, 171, 276
  • Municipal government:  see also Cities and counties
  • Munro, Ed:  163
  • Murray, J. E.:  60
  • Musician's Association:  78
  • Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York:  64
  • Myers, Florence W.:  30
  • Narcotics:  22, 24
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People:  142, 143, 167, 179, 210, 214
  • National Association of Letter Carriers:  134
  • National defense:  60, 64, 83, 137
  • National defense migration:  63
  • National Economy League:  34
  • National Education Association:  66
  • National emergencies:  25
  • National Geographic Society:  47, 50
  • National Guard:  see Washington (State) National Guard
  • National Guard Association:  28, 118
  • National holidays:  226
  • National Hospital Association:  39
  • National Legislative Conference:  2075 268, 270, 280-282
  • National Municipal League:  57
  • National Parking Association:  181
  • National Sanipractice Association:  20, 24
  • National Union of Marine Cooks and Stewards:  143
  • Natural gas:  183, 229, 235
  • Natural Resource Board:  179
  • Natural resources:  15, 39, 40, 127, 133, 167, 203, 204, 206, 237, 240, 256
  • Nature medicine:  225
  • Natureopathic doctors:  181
  • Naval Reserve:  43
  • Neeley, Joseph:  49
  • Neff, Nelson B.:  34, 35, 46, 51
  • Neill, Marshall A.:  246
  • Neill, R. W.:  126
  • Nelson, Ivan:  39, 56
  • Nelson, Lloyd K.:  232
  • Nessen, H. A.:  29
  • Nestler, Mrs. George:  41
  • New Deal:  70
  • Newkirk, M.:  26
  • Newkirk, S. N.:  92
  • Newman, Paul:  54
  • Newman Club:  117
  • Newport vs. Washington (State):  10
  • Newspaper advertising:  11
  • Newspaper laws:  109
  • New York Times:  267
  • Nichols, Ralph D.:  11
  • Nine County Democratic League:  141, 150
  • Nisei:  see Japanese immigrants
  • Noles, John C.:  39
  • Noncombatant troops:  see Conscientious objectors
  • Non-occupational disability:  109
  • Non-political appointments:  127
  • Normal schools:  5
  • Norman, Fred:  68, 94
  • Norman, Hans:  90
  • Norman, Mrs. Hans:  39
  • Norris, Jack C.:  51, 82, 103, 285
  • Northern Conference of Musicians:  57
  • Northern Pacific Railway Company:  22, 27, 81, 95
  • Northwest Conservation League:  163
  • Northwestern Electric Company:  7, 59
  • Northwest Marine Industries:  267
  • Northwest Mining Association:  76
  • Northwest Press Clipping Service:  254, 274
  • Northwest Public Power Association:  92
  • Norwood, Gus:  112
  • Nursing homes:  143, 185, 188, 194, 200, 222, 224, 226, 227, 238
  • Nursing profession:  40, 76, 90, 93, 107, 108, 110, 222, 225-228, 248, 254, 266, 270, 283
  • O'Brien, John L.:  65, 72, 154, 163, 191, 212, 214, 228, 241, 245, 246, 264, 283, 284
  • O'Connell, John J.:  230, 242, 245, 255, 259
  • O'Rourke, Kate:  216
  • Oakhurst Infirmary:  203
  • Oakley, Mary:  39
  • Occupational Research Club:  113
  • Occupational therapy:  199
  • Occupation tax:  see Business tax
  • Odegaard, Charles E.:  250, 267
  • Office equipment - State rentals:  134, 141, 142
  • Office of Price Administration:  68
  • Off-sale liquor:  see Liquor control
  • Oil industry:  127, 151, 170
  • Oil - Taxation:  42, 43
  • Old age:  287
  • Old Age and Survivors' Insurance:  198, 199, 221, 223-227, 231
  • Old age pensions:  7, 8, 15, 19, 26, 33, 35, 37-44, 46, 48, 56, 62, 71, 88, 90, 104, 107, 109, 116, 123, 133, 135, 138, 142, 143, 150, 153, 183, 184, 186, 189, 210, 290
  • Olds, D.F.:  91, 93
  • Oleomargarine:  34, 36, 148, 160
  • Oleomargarine - Law and legislation:  88, 112, 148, 150
  • Oleomargarine - Taxation:  5, 88, 90, 99, 100, 107
  • Olsen, Mrs. C.S.:  233
  • Olson, Ed W.:  52, 53, 59, 86, 88
  • Olson, Ole H.:  5, 103, 192, 1949 207
  • Olson Brothers Lumber Company:  185
  • Olympia, Washington:  254
  • Olympia-Agate Pass-Cascade Highway Association:  53
  • Olympia Breakfast Club:  135, 181
  • Olympia Elks Lodge:  135
  • Olympia games - U. S.:  27
  • Olympia Highway Loop:  5
  • Olympia National Life Insurance:  173
  • Olympia Newsletter - Olympia, Washington:  176, 178, 264
  • Olympia News - Olympia, Washington:  193
  • Olympia Peninsula Resort and Hotel Association:  5
  • Olympia Trades Council:  26
  • Olzendam, Roderic:  117, 121, 125, 128, 130, 131, 133, 134, 138, 152
  • Open and closed shop - Legislation:  75
  • Open range:  19
  • Opticians:  222, 225
  • Optometrists:  67, 229
  • Orchard owners:  90
  • Orchards - Pollination:  36
  • Oregon - Centennial:  253
  • Oregon legislature:  29
  • Oregon state income tax:  188, 189
  • Oregon State University:  46
  • Oregon-Washington boundary:  34
  • Oregon-Washington football game:  31, 32
  • Orndorff, W. R.:  35
  • Orting Soldiers Home:  17
  • Out-patient clinics:  190
  • Overseas relief:  120
  • Oyster industry:  248, 250, 255
  • Pacific Coast Linen Mills:  27
  • Pacific Coast Oyster Growers Association:  118
  • Pacific Intermountain Express Company:  129
  • Pacific Northwest Feed Association:  27, 33, 40, 41
  • Pacific Northwest Regional Planning Commission:  18, 20
  • Pacific Power and Light Company:  233, 243, 245, 268
  • Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company:  22, 47, 53, 152, 153, 181, 183, 191, 212, 230, 241, 267
  • Padden, James J.:  35
  • Padden, Winifred:  22, 35
  • Palmer Supply Company:  203
  • Pan-American Airways, Inc.:  66, 97
  • Pan-Pacific Who's Who:  40, 44, 57
  • Paper and Pulp Mill Brotherhood:  90
  • Paper Festival - Camas, Washington:  60
  • Paper mills:  58
  • Parent-Pay bill:  218-220, 236
  • Parent-Teacher Associations:  85, 191, 209
  • Pari-mutual betting:  183
  • Parking lots:  90
  • Parking meters:  55
  • Parking problems:  180, 181, 200
  • Parks, State:  18, 29, 36, 209
  • Parliamentary procedure:  24
  • Paroles:  see Probation and paroles
  • Parran, Thomas, Jr.:  35
  • Patee, H. W.:  67
  • Patronage:  5, 11, 15, 17, 21, 22, 24, 26-29, 31, 35, 39, 83, 291
  • Patten, James:  9, 14, 16
  • Patterson, P. L.:  134
  • Paulsen, Arthur R.:  159
  • Paupers:  47
  • Pearne, G. B.:  36, 51, 54, 100, 173
  • Pearne Lumber Company:  64, 67
  • Pears, Bartlett:  255, 256
  • Pearson, Francis:  208
  • Peck, Minnie P.:  95
  • Peet, Herbert M.:  104
  • Peffer, Fred:  57
  • Penal institutions:  188, 267
  • Penal institutions:  see also Public institutions
  • Penal institutions - Chaplains:  184
  • Pender, Henry:  39, 81
  • Pension Reserve Fund:  39
  • Peterson, Carles E.:  12, 13
  • Petitions:  28, 57
  • Petrich, John A.:  228
  • Petroleum products - Taxation:  57
  • Pettibone, Carl A.:  161
  • Pettus, Edward:  59
  • Peyton, Leslie:  112
  • Pfeifer, Jerome William:  57
  • Pharmacy:  28
  • Phebus, Eulah:  28
  • Phillips, David:  58
  • Physicians Protective Association:  55
  • Pierce County Taxation Bureau:  27
  • Pierson, Harold:  67
  • Pinball machines:  37, 38, 40, 41, 43, 47, 48, 138, 141, 148, 159, 169
  • Pinball machines - Taxation:  57
  • Pinder, Henry:  33
  • Plant descriptions:  1
  • Platt, Fred:  77
  • Playfair Race Course:  62, 208, 232, 245, 269
  • Plumbing - Regulations:  181, 183
  • Poggie Club of Washington:  39
  • Police officers:  18
  • Police officers:  see also Civil service.
  • Police officers - Retirement:  57, 184, 267
  • Political appointments:  6, 8
  • Politics, Practical:  5, 20, 26, 30, 33, 35, 37, 50-54
  • Polls:  103
  • Poll tax:  57
  • Pollution control:  210, 228, 242, 243
  • Pomeroy, Allen:  189
  • Poor, George:  56
  • Poor, Harold L.:  182, 228, 229
  • Population problems:  82
  • Pornography:  260
  • Port districts:  8, 12, 13, 34, 39, 47, 59, 156, 185, 186, 219, 225, 236, 242, 250, 267
  • Port of Kalama:  39
  • Port of Seattle:  59, 185
  • Port of Vancouver:  8, 34
  • Postal employees:  130
  • Postal service:  24, 96, 97
  • Postal Telegraph Cable Company:  15
  • Post war employment:  83
  • Post war problems:  74
  • Poultry diagnostic laboratories:  183, 187, 189, 198, 219, 229
  • Poultry - Diseases:  236
  • Poultry industry:  57, 189
  • Powell, Errett A.:  233
  • Powell, Kay:  114
  • Power, J. B.:  93
  • Poyhonen, Warner:  95
  • Premarital medical examinations:  76, 80, 83
  • Presidents, U. S.:  289
  • Pressure piping:  183, 185, 203
  • Primary elections:  66, 74, 76, 88, 101, 171, 246, 260, 282, 291
  • Printing, Commercial:  261
  • Printing industry:  274, 286
  • Prior, Robert:  13, 19, 49-52, 80, 81, 84, 88, 94, 103, 104
  • Prior, Viola:  137, 150, 158, 186
  • Private property:  103
  • Private schools:  185
  • Probate courts:  275
  • Probation and paroles:  184, 214, 251, 254, 255, 257, 264, 267, 276, 278, 279
  • Probation - Juveniles:  250
  • Probation officers:  227
  • Production Credit Association:  34, 38, 47, 50, 235, 237, 253, 254, 267, 274, 277, 281, 287
  • Professional Photographers' Association:  266
  • Programs:  48, 62
  • Progressive Party:  12, 19, 111, 143
  • Prohibition:  12
  • Propeller Club of the United States:  39
  • Property assessment:  75, 235
  • Property - Foreclosure:  254
  • Property tax:  22, 34-36, 39, 40, 58, 66, 68, 73, 83, 125, 138, 141, 171, 241, 253, 260, 264, 266, 272
  • Property tax - Limitations:  27
  • Property tax - Limitations:  see also 40-mill tax limit
  • Prosecuting Attorneys' Association:  103
  • Pross, George H.:  90
  • Psychologists - Certification:  259
  • Public assistance:  see Public welfare
  • Public buildings:  165, 185, 196, 204, 206, 213, 240
  • Public health:  5, 6, 32, 37, 39, 87, 134, 178, 180, 210, 248, 250, 285
  • Public institutions:  32, 69, 98, 104, 126, 181, 183, 185, 186, 188, 191, 192, 196, 199, 203, 204, 206, 211, 213, 217, 221, 227, 228, 240, 248, 262, 264, 277
  • Public institutions:  see also Penal institutions
  • Public institutions - Inmates:  188
  • Public lands:  28, 48, 76, 87, 106, 107, 112, 123, 127, 160, 171, 182, 188, 194, 197, 198, 215, 265
  • Public libraries:  see Libraries
  • Public Opinion Laboratory:  100
  • Public power:  80, 88, 93, 95, 97, 132, 186
  • Public records:  227
  • Public school boards:  26, 27, 65
  • Public school buildings:  107, 153, 220
  • Public school employees:  35, 104
  • Public school requirements:  57
  • Public schools:  6-9, 13, 15, 22, 38, 40, 41, 47, 48, 55, 57, 69, 79, 84, 86, 87, 93, 98, 99, 101, 104, 108-110, 112, 125, 126, 128, 137,
  • Public schools, cont.:  141, 149, 153, 154, 156, 164, 169, 175-178, 182, 184-187, 190, 198, 199, 208, 210, 215, 219, 222, 228, 232, 234, 235, 250, 251, 254, 256, 261, 264-267, 274, 276, 277, 279, 281, 283, 284, 286
  • Public schools - District reorganization:  54, 56-58, 63, 66-68, 70-73, 75, 79, 80, 83, 89, 111, 144, 183-188, 198, 199, 215, 221, 253, 289
  • Public schools - Finance:  26, 27, 34, 35, 39-43, 47, 57, 58, 79, 80, 82, 89, 93, 103, 104, 107, 109, 111, 112, 130, 133, 144, 150, 159, 160, 188, 227, 228, 251, 291
  • Public schools - Reapportionment:  79, 83, 165, 185, 189, 288
  • Public schools - Released time:  see Enabling Act
  • Public school transportation:  58, 144
  • Public utilities:  8, 27, 40, 41, 62, 74, 80, 83, 84, 92, 94, 98, 148, 150, 156, 164, 169, 184, 186, 217, 236, 248, 257, 259-262, 264, 276
  • Public Utilities Commissioners:  88
  • Public utilities - Taxation:  7, 237, 238, 243
  • Public utility districts:  75, 80, 135, 183, 188, 191-194, 197, 202, 205, 208, 210, 224, 230, 268, 270
  • Public welfare:  9, 33, 45, 48, 56, 57, 70, 98, 101, 113, 116, 118-121, 123, 125, 128-135, 137, 138, 141, 148, 152, 153, 162, 163, 165-167, 171,
  • Public welfare, cont.:  178, 180-182, 184, 185, 193, 194, 196, 197, 200, 202, 204, 206, 208, 212, 215, 217, 219, 222, 225, 234, 242, 250, 252, 260, 262, 265, 266, 275, 286, 287
  • Public welfare officials:  111
  • Public Works Administration:  10, 28, 37
  • Public works - Contracts:  3
  • Puget Sound:  275
  • Puget Sound - Beaches:  87
  • Puget Sound - Bridges:  266, 273
  • Puget Sound - Ferries:  128
  • Puget Sound Power and Light Company:  92, 244
  • Puget Sound Savings and Loan Association:  5
  • Pullen, John F.:  49
  • Pulp and paper mills:  76, 271
  • Pulp and sulphite workers:  58, 75, 257
  • Pure Food and Drug Act:  41
  • Purser, E. Norman:  54, 56-58, 60, 76, 100, 107, 109, 138, 143, 147
  • Quale, Millard:  89
  • Quarnstrom, Gordon M.:  138, 161, 163
  • Queen Anne Parent-Teachers Association:  39
  • Quick, Harold:  17
  • Rabies:  33, 39
  • Racial relations:  71, 75
  • Radio:  182
  • Radio broadcasts:  219
  • Radio broadcasts:  see also KGY, KIRO and KVAN
  • Radio operators, Amateur:  187
  • Radliff, B. A.:  140
  • Railroad Brotherhoods:  20, 65, 71, 101, 179, 180, 224
  • Railroads:  5, 9, 123, 131, 56, 74
  • Railroads - Mail service:  28
  • Rainier Crossarm Company:  81
  • Rain-making:  see Weather modification
  • Rasmussen, Mrs. Myers:  35
  • Rathbone, Russel:  187
  • Rationing:  65-68
  • Rawson, A. E.:  57
  • Rawson, Fred P.:  11, 13
  • Read, Dale W.:  58
  • Real estate:  4, 231
  • Real estate - Taxation:  141-143, 148
  • Real estate - Transfers:  155
  • Receipts - Bills:  200
  • Recreation:  76, 93
  • Recreational and cultural resources:  86
  • Red Cross:  18, 100, 237, 253, 258, 278, 289
  • Reder, R. W.:  28
  • Reder's Department Drug Store:  39
  • Reed, C. B.:  19
  • Reeves, Belle:  42, 47
  • Reeves, DeGaris:  56
  • Referendum:  171
  • Regional Planning Commission:  269
  • Reilly, Edward J.:  53, 54
  • Religious instruction:  see Enabling Act.
  • Republican party:  69, 86, 163, 170, 197, 289
  • Research, Industrial:  75
  • Reserve Officer Training - Compulsory:  26
  • Resource development - Federal funds.:  118
  • Retail clerks:  189, 224, 257
  • Retail food stores:  210, 214
  • Retail Meat Dealers Association:  39, 40
  • Retail Trade Bureau:  58
  • Retired Firemen's Association:  5
  • Retired Teachers' Association:  93
  • Rhodes, C. R.:  126
  • Rhodes Brothers Company:  58
  • Riback, Louis:  60
  • Richards, Leverett:  28, 34
  • Richardson, Ronald:  248
  • Richland, Washington:  276
  • Richmond, W. A.:  21
  • Ridgefield, Washington:  28
  • Ridgefield Fire Department:  39
  • Ridgefield Garden Club:  93
  • Ridgefield Hardware Company:  251
  • Ridgefield High School:  49
  • Ridgefield Junior High School:  143
  • Ridgefield Library:  6, 26
  • Ridgefield Pharmacy:  287
  • Ridgefield Port District:  63
  • Ridgefield Postal Service:  3, 6, 8, 46
  • Ridgefield Public Schools:  8, 12, 16, 39, 68, 79, 80, 91, 106, 113, 130, 133, 149, 151, 153, 154, 173, 177, 178, 183, 187, 225, 259
  • Ridgefield Sports Club:  183
  • Ridgefield State Bank:  57, 67, 90
  • Ridgefield Telephone Company:  21, 68
  • Ridgefield Water Works Project:  33
  • Right of survivorship:  257, 259, 285
  • Right to work:  75, 97, 186
  • Riley, Edward F.:  53, 72, 75, 85, 103
  • Riley, John W.:  242
  • River moorages:  50
  • Road improvement:  73, 86, 97, 99, 101, 108, 109
  • Road improvement:  see also Highways
  • Roadside beautification:  90
  • Roberts, Cora:  90
  • Robinson, Catharine:  112
  • Robinson, Nelson:  15
  • Robinson, Walter J.:  49, 60, 61, 141
  • Rockey, E. W.:  70
  • Rockey, Jay:  176
  • Rockey, Paul:  17
  • Rocky Mountain goats:  199
  • Rodent control:  276
  • Roman Catholic Church:  289
  • Roosevelt, Franklin Delano:  3, 5, 53, 142, 285
  • Roosevelt Club of Eastern Clark County:  52
  • Rosellini, Albert D.:  85, 115, 118, 152, 155, 161-163, 165-167, 174, 191, 208, 212, 214, 223, 226, 229, 231-233, 241, 245, 246, 248, 250, 261, 266, 267, 275, 278, 280, 282, 287
  • Rosenberg, K. 0.:  90, 227
  • Ross, Betsy R.:  88
  • Ross, Fred K.:  72, 84
  • Roy, Ernest J.:  35
  • Royal Neighbors of America:  28
  • Ruark, Alva:  58, 75
  • Ruettgers Insurance Agency:  76
  • Rural Electric Association:  127
  • Rural rehabilitation:  26
  • Russell, G. A. W.:  39
  • Rutherford, Gordon:  76
  • Rutter, Robert:  90
  • Ryan, C. W.:  75
  • Ryan, Dorothy:  283
  • Ryan, Frank W.:  141
  • Ryan, George E.:  50
  • Ryf, Jacob:  28
  • Sachtler, Albert C.:  31, 33
  • Sacred Heart Parish, Ridgefield, Washington:  251, 285
  • Safety Responsibility Act:  24
  • Sales tax:  6, 8-10, 17, 27-30, 32, 39, 42, 43, 45, 58, 90, 111, 141, 142, 148, 153, 158, 159, 183-187, 199, 200, 222, 233, 252, 254-256, 258, 259, 261, 262, 264, 266, 275
  • Salmon:  39, 215, 216, 252
  • Salmon-fishing:  64, 183
  • Salvage programs:  83
  • Sam Roake & Son, Inc.:  27
  • Sanatoriums:  98, 104
  • Sandberg, Robert A:  112, 117, 128
  • Sanders, Everett C.:  101, 151
  • Sandison, Gordon:  229
  • Sanipractice physicians:  138, 160, 187, 225
  • Sanitation:  37
  • Santi, Eva:  184
  • Savage, Charles R.:  72, 73, 84, 95, 102, 180, 212
  • Saving and loan associations:  73
  • Saving and loan associations - liquidation:  5
  • Schaefer, Robert M.:  287
  • Schei, Henry:  61
  • Schei, Lucille:  37
  • Schenk, Jack F.:  8, 30, 34
  • Schiller, Paul E.:  75
  • Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr.:  285
  • School bonds:  140, 144
  • School Directors' Association:  73, 75, 207
  • School districts - Property:  35
  • School districts - Voting rights:  219
  • School libraries:  248
  • School lunch programs:  82, 94
  • School Planning Council:  176, 177
  • Schools - Centralization:  see Public schools - District reorganization.
  • School superintendents - Partisanship:  79
  • School supervision, County:  27, 248, 258
  • School survey:  85
  • Schwartz, C. M.:  28
  • Schwellenbach, Lewis B.:  19, 22, 49
  • Sears, Carlton S.:  207
  • Seattle, Washington:  37
  • Seattle, Washington - Department of Lighting:  152
  • Seattle Area Industrial Council:  258, 266
  • Seattle Bar Association:  148
  • Seattle Chamber of Commerce:  26, 32, 54, 86, 88, 104, 107, 135, 141, 150, 153, 254, 258, 264
  • Seattle City Council:  186
  • Seattle Daily Times - Seattle, Washington:  59, 72
  • Seattle Exposition, 1959:  200
  • Seattle Fur Exchange:  6
  • Seattle Grade Teachers Club:  79
  • Seattle High School Teachers' League,Bulletin:  6
  • Seattle Hospital Council:  142
  • Seattle Industrial Labor Union Council:  58
  • Seattle Milk Producers Association:  50
  • Seattle Milk Shippers Association:  30
  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer - Seattle, Washington:  16, 272
  • Seattle Public Schools:  32, 132, 228
  • Seattle School Board:  27
  • Seattle Star - Seattle, Washington:  14
  • Seattle Telephone Users' League:  52
  • Seattle Transit System:  227
  • Seattle University:  228
  • Seattle World's Fair:  265
  • Secretaries of State:  191, 194, 197, 205, 231, 248
  • Securities Act:  188, 254
  • Seeman Brothers:  39
  • Selective service:  see Military service
  • Seneschal, Fred:  8, 10, 56, 61, 63, 64
  • Senior Citizens' Grant:  58
  • Sergeant, Mildred V.:  75, 218, 230
  • Sergeants-at-Arms:  73, 85, 86, 88, 103, 134, 210
  • Service stations:  187
  • Services - Taxation:  188
  • Sevanstrom, Fred:  289
  • Seven-state Compact:  173
  • Seventh Day Adventists:  130, 139, 141
  • Sewerage systems:  62, 76, 185
  • Sexton, Marion:  37, 51, 54, 56, 58, 65
  • Shaefer, Louis:  64
  • Shain, Clarence B.:  103
  • Sharkey, Joe:  97
  • Sharp, Ross C.:  16
  • Shaw, Herbert:  44, 52, 53, 85
  • Ship-building:  64, 73
  • Shipowners:  8
  • Shoe repairing:  26
  • Shorett, Judson W.:  8
  • Shoultes, H. R.:  23, 44
  • Sickness Benefit Provision:  76
  • Simpson, George B.:  107
  • Simpson Logging Company:  254
  • Sinclair, Fred W.:  76
  • Singer, Charles:  82
  • Sisson, Grant C.:  59
  • Sitton, A. R.:  57
  • Skagit Project:  22
  • Skamania County Schools:  70
  • Skelton, Harold:  283
  • Skinner, Vic:  103, 134
  • Small business:  96
  • Small craft controls:  see Boats and boating - Safety measures
  • Small Loans Act:  39
  • Small utilities:  57
  • Smith, Beulah:  108, 175, 182, 198
  • Smith, C. L.:  256
  • Smith, Fred A.:  22, 26, 35, 39
  • Smith, J. M.:  60
  • Smith, Luther:  47, 99
  • Smith, Martin F.:  5, 8-12, 15, 16, 1822, 26, 28, 30, 31, 33-35, 37, 42-46, 49-53, 55, 57-66, 70, 74, 97, 99, 107, 151
  • Smith, Vernon A.:  90
  • Smoking:  76
  • Snider, Claude C.:  80
  • Snyder, Max:  134
  • Socialism:  90, 283
  • Social Security:  35, 36, 38, 39, 41, 48, 50, 69, 87, 90, 93, 104, 116, 117, 130, 133, 137, 138, 142, 143, 150, 158, 223, 276
  • Social Service Employees Union:  56
  • Social workers:  252
  • Society of American Foresters:  184
  • Soft drinks - Taxation:  107, 186, 198
  • Soil analysis:  235
  • Soil conservation:  43, 52, 126, 127, 216, 233, 251, 262
  • Soil conservation districts:  64, 225
  • Soil - Phosphate application:  52
  • Sorenson, George L.:  148
  • Southwestern Grocers Association:  28
  • Southwest Washington Fair:  96, 100, 116, 131, 153
  • Southwest Washington Good Roads Association:  30
  • Southwest Washington Production Credit Association:  23, 32, 35
  • Spade:  69
  • Spanish-American War - Veterans:  6, 7, 56, 57
  • Sparks Motor Car Company:  8
  • Spastic Society:  90
  • Speakers of the House:  72, 73, 75, 103, 118, 181, 191
  • Special sessions:  12, 129, 148, 154, 188, 200, 264
  • Spencer, Mrs. B. W.:  91
  • Spokane Chamber of Commerce:  39
  • Spokane Coliseum:  254
  • Spokane County Good Roads Association:  73, 142
  • Spokane County Medical Society:  220
  • Spokane Daily Chronicle - Spokane, Washington:  20, 53
  • Spokane Farm Credit Board:  60
  • Spokane Federation of Women's Organizations:  142
  • Spokane Milk Marketing Agreement:  27
  • Spokane Taxpayers Association:  86
  • Spokesman-Review - Spokane, Washington:  26
  • Sprague, Charles A.:  49, 61
  • Sprague, Ray W.:  94
  • St. Joseph's Hospital, Vancouver, Washington:  50, 90
  • St. Martin's College, Olympia, Washington:  57
  • St. Vincent Hospital, Portland, Oregon:  1
  • Stackhouse, Paul E.:  23
  • Stanley, A. N.:  39, 56
  • Stanley, Samuel V.:  30
  • Stanley, Wayne C.:  88
  • Starr, George E.:  20
  • Starr, W. S.:  5
  • Stassen, Harold:  98, 100
  • State and local government:  114, 115, 119, 125, 127, 129, 130, 133, 152, 154-156, 161-164, 166
  • State banks:  43
  • State budget:  see Budget - State
  • State capitol building:  111
  • State Capitol Historical Association:  59, 60, 81
  • State College of Washington:  see Washington State University
  • State employees:  86, 87, 93, 107, 108, 158, 163, 165, 170, 184-186, 208, 209, 212, 221, 254, 256, 259-262, 264, 265, 287
  • State employees - Merit system:  159, 186, 187, 259-262, 264
  • State employees - Retirement:  85, 128, 135, 138, 148, 150, 153, 167, 187, 189-191, 223, 232, 259
  • State employees - Salaries:  245
  • State finances:  47, 105, 154, 164, 188, 229, 287
  • State government:  11, 35, 107, 111, 120, 137, 158, 166, 169, 175, 180, 187, 190, 196, 204, 206, 211, 213, 216, 224, 235, 240, 245, 248, 272, 277
  • State government:  see also State and local government
  • State honey seal:  40, 274
  • State income tax:  56, 109, 110, 159, 188, 190, 257
  • State investments:  254, 259, 264, 267, 272
  • State Junior Chamber of Commerce:  57
  • State luxury tax:  108, 109
  • State officials - Compensation:  110, 121, 200
  • State Parks Association:  282
  • State publications - Textbooks:  26
  • State purchasing:  272
  • State revenue:  46, 55, 69, 98, 100, 110, 130, 137, 141, 160, 184-186, 190, 195, 196, 198, 200, 202, 204-206, 211, 213
  • States rights:  283, 285
  • State treasuries:  254
  • State Tuberculosis Association:  161
  • State warrants:  254
  • Statler, C. F.:  155
  • Statute of limitations:  110, 141, 143
  • Steam boiler operators:  266
  • Steamship lines - Operations:  47
  • Stebco, Inc.:  81
  • Steele, C. E.:  90
  • Stefan, Karl F.:  61
  • Stephenson, Martin L.:  20
  • Sterne, David M.:  197
  • Stevenson, John C.:  20
  • Stevenson Post Office:  28
  • Stevens Parent-Teacher Association:  39
  • Stewart, Donald J.:  39, 99
  • Stickney, Henry J.:  75
  • Stiles, B. R.:  96
  • Stockenberg, John S.:  61
  • Stone, David L.:  54
  • Stoner, Charlene:  29
  • Stoner, Hope:  22
  • Stover, Ed:  3
  • Strand, Florence:  60
  • Strash, Victor C.:  75
  • Strickling, Fred F.:  54
  • Stryker, R. S.:  26
  • Subsidies - Farms:  84
  • Sullivan, William A.:  167
  • Sumner Public Schools:  79
  • Superintendent of Common Schools:  129
  • Superior courts - Bailiffs:  38
  • Superior courts - Judges:  137, 212
  • Supreme courts:  64, 123, 131
  • Supreme courts - Judges:  86
  • Sutherland, Patrick D.:  165, 189
  • Swan, E. M.:  9, 75
  • Swenson, S. P.:  173
  • Swick, Carrie W.:  3, 5
  • Swick, Frank:  12, 25, 33, 56, 57
  • Swick, Maude E.:  92
  • Sylvester, John N.:  35, 44, 47
  • Symington, Stuart:  279
  • Tacoma, Washington:  186
  • Tacoma, Washington - Baseball Franchise:  261
  • Tacoma Association of Classroom Teachers:  28
  • Tacoma Better Business Bureau:  50
  • Tacoma Chamber of Commerce:  22, 37
  • Tacoma Narrows Bridge:  62, 123
  • Tacoma Public Schools:  41
  • Tacoma Rifle and Revolver Club:  107
  • Tacoma Sportsmen's Club:  141
  • Taft, Willard:  81
  • Talbot, David:  88, 90, 93
  • Tallman, W. H.:  26
  • Tariffs:  3, 5, 18, 51
  • Tavern hours:  126
  • Tavern locations:  90
  • Taxation:  1, 6-9, 12, 15, 20, 22, 24, 26-28, 31-33, 35-37, 39, 41-43, 45, 47-49, 54-57, 62-64, 81, 88, 97, 101, 108, 110-112, 115, 117, 123,
  • Taxation, cont.:  130, 141, 147, 148, 152, 153, 155, 158-160, 166, 175, 181, 183-190, 192, 193, 195, 196, 198-200, 202, 204-206, 211, 213, 215, 219, 223, 225, 236, 241, 250-252, 254, 256-258, 260-262, 264-266, 272-275, 285, 288
  • Taxation, Per capita:  134
  • Tax Code:  189
  • Tax editorials:  57
  • Tax Education Council:  56
  • Taxes, Delinquent:  8, 26, 34, 43
  • Tax - Intangibles:  266
  • Tax legislation - Oregon:  32
  • Tax limitations:  63
  • Tax limitations:  see also Forty-mill tax limit
  • Tax limitations, Federal:  79
  • Taxpayer' Organization:  82
  • Taylor, Ed:  57
  • Taylor, Jack:  65
  • Taylor, Louise S.:  35, 50, 51.
  • Taylor Grazing Act:  199, 291
  • Teachers - Legislative program:  6
  • Teachers - Placement:  80
  • Teachers - Retirement:  40, 41, 43, 75, 79, 84-86, 89, 93, 98, 140, 180, 183, 185, 188, 191, 200, 207, 214, 282.
  • Teachers - Salaries:  48, 83, 84, 87, 89, 133, 140, 144, 159, 175, 186, 200, 220-227, 291
  • Teachers - Tenure:  40, 41, 43, 75, 107, 109, 110, 133, 228
  • Teachers - Unemployment:  16
  • Teamsters Union:  76, 96, 225
  • Telephone companies:  248
  • Telephone service:  38, 43, 153, 154, 161-164, 167, 181, 186, 195, 208
  • Telephone Subscribers Protective League:  47
  • Television and Radio Electronics Institute:  225, 291
  • Temperance:  219, 220, 289
  • Tempes, F. W.:  67
  • Testu, Jeanette:  155, 191
  • Texas Public Schools:  137
  • Textbooks, State printing of:  35
  • The Amplifier:  53, 54
  • The Argus - Seattle, Washington:  227
  • Theatre owners:  104, 189, 225
  • The Camas Post:  19, 20
  • The Columbian - Vancouver, Washington:  20, 26, 34, 38, 56, 57, 100, 111, 143, 164, 178, 183, 194, 245, 246, 255
  • The Forestry News-Digest:  5
  • The Power Issue:  2
  • The State Employee:  275
  • Third Infantry Division Society:  193
  • Thomas, Mrs. J.W.:  6, 28, 29
  • Thompson, George E.:  57
  • Thompson, Maurice:  15, 52
  • Thompson, William:  48
  • Thornton, Gary:  267
  • Thorpe, Lloyd E.:  22, 26
  • Thygeson, O.D.:  26
  • Tide lands:  86, 88
  • Timber industry:  5, 49
  • Timber resources:  48, 85, 111
  • Timber - Taxation:  5
  • Tobacco industry:  279
  • Tobacco tax:  186, 225
  • Todd, Charles H.:  58, 64
  • Torrens Act:  see Land titles
  • Totem Broadcasters, Inc.:  70
  • Totten, Samuel P.:  270277
  • Tourist trade:  137, 241
  • Towns:  see Cities and counties
  • Townsend Plan:  37, 53
  • Tracy, Vern:  289
  • Trade unions:  26, 36, 40, 57, 58, 75, 95, 97, 98, 135, 223, 226
  • Trading stamps:  47, 59, 176, 210, 238, 248, 250, 253-255, 258-262, 264-266, 274-276
  • Traffic:  194, 223, 272
  • Traffic accidents:  39, 76, 117
  • Traffic safety:  90, 126, 181, 184, 185, 187, 220, 233, 279
  • Training schools:  205
  • Train length:  27
  • Trainor, Joseph C.:  53
  • Trains:  see Railroads
  • Train speeds:  131
  • Transit systems:  186
  • Transportation:  25, 181, 203, 205, 218, 241, 268, 275, 280, 287
  • Transportation - Defense:  69
  • Transportation - Motor freight:  6, 96, 97
  • Transportation - Problems:  101, 103
  • Transportation - Rates:  49-51
  • Transportation - Shortages:  63
  • Travel expenses:  108, 109, 289
  • Travel vouchers:  238, 277, 282
  • Tree farms:  237
  • Troxel, J. L.:  140
  • Troy, Smith:  93-95, 97, 113, 120, 127, 131, 132
  • Trucking industry:  129, 142
  • Truck operators:  227
  • Trucks, Logging:  39-41
  • Trucks - Taxation:  57
  • Truman, Harry S.:  245
  • Trumbo, May:  46
  • Tuberculosis:  214, 225, 235, 236
  • Tuberculosis Equalization Fund:  113
  • Tuberculosis Sanatoriums:  88, 90, 220, 223, 226, 231
  • Tum Tum Mountain:  18, 29
  • Turner, Ann E.:  84, 131
  • Turner, H. M.:  49
  • Tuttle, F. F.:  99
  • Twidwell, George:  45
  • Twin Harbor Beach Club:  5
  • U. S: Supreme Court:  34
  • U. S. Army:  11, 19
  • U. S. Army Corps of Engineers:  49, 60, 170, 238
  • U. S. Bureau of Reclamation:  64
  • U. S. Citizenship:  138
  • U. S. Constitution:  181
  • U. S. Courts:  236
  • U. S. Department of Agriculture:  6, 12, 13, 38, 41, 46, 52, 64, 70, 162, 163, 290
  • U. S. Department of Agriculture - Soil Conservation Service:  112
  • U. S. Department of Agriculture - War Board:  67, 289
  • U. S. Department of Agriculture Yearbook:  11
  • U. S. Department of Commerce:  227
  • U. S. Department of the Interior:  260
  • U. S. Forest Service:  64
  • U. S. National Park Service:  88, 244
  • U. S. Navy:  76
  • U. S. Post Office:  95
  • U. S. Soil Conservation Service:  84, 107
  • U. S. State Department:  189
  • U. S. Treasury Department:  12, 16
  • U-Haul Trailers:  106, 217
  • Ultican, Richard:  50
  • Umtux, Chief:  289
  • Un-American Activities:  100, 106, 107, 110, 123, 124, 127, 141, 143, 147, 148
  • Unemployment:  4, 6, 7, 74
  • Unemployment compensation:  9, 26, 48, 59, 147, 148, 181, 183-186, 198, 224, 225, 227, 245, 250, 253, 255, 256, 258, 259, 261, 262, 264, 286
  • Union Central Life Insurance Company:  11
  • Union Pacific Railroad:  39, 123, 132
  • Union Ridge School:  265
  • United Dairymen's Association:  153
  • United Friends:  229
  • United Funds:  226
  • United Nations:  128, 134
  • United World Federalists:  128, 134
  • Universities and colleges:  84, 203
  • Universities and colleges:  see also Education, Higher
  • Universities and colleges, Private:  187, 189, 200, 221
  • Universities and Colleges - Enrollment:  85
  • Universities and colleges - Professors' retirement:  214
  • University Commercial Club:  76
  • University of Washington:  21, 22, 30, 43, 53, 54, 73, 75, 76, 82, 83, 102, 104, 113, 115, 117, 128, 138, 147, 148, 170, 171, 174, 212, 233, 235, 248, 250, 264, 267, 279
  • University of Washington Arboretum:  219
  • University of Washington - Athletics:  204
  • University of Washington - Dismissal of professors:  111
  • University of Washington - Extension Service:  21
  • University of Washington - Library:  57
  • University of Washington Press:  169
  • University of Washington - Public Affairs Institute:  118
  • University of Washington - School of Dentistry:  227
  • University of Washington - School of Medicine:  219, 241
  • Unrau, John:  99
  • Urban renewal:  222
  • Utilities - Taxation:  188
  • Utter, Mrs. E. C.:  109, 112.
  • Vancouver, Washington:  50, 54, 56, 65, 74, 148, 181, 187, 210, 225, 228, 237, 241, 262, 265, 266, 282
  • Vancouver, Washington - Golden Jubilee Float:  40
  • Vancouver, Washington - Graft:  159, 169
  • Vancouver, Washington - Traffic:  108
  • Vancouver Board of Education:  35
  • Vancouver Chamber of Commerce:  6, 8, 12, 22, 27, 33-35, 37, 38, 40, 43, 56, 57, 59, 80, 93, 107, 108, 112, 126, 141, 143, 153, 154, 186, 248, 286
  • Vancouver City Council:  39, 214
  • Vancouver City Planning Commission:  76
  • Vancouver Council of Churches:  224, 241, 246
  • Vancouver Council of Church Women:  71
  • Vancouver Council of Parent-Teacher Associations:  52, 110, 111
  • Vancouver Education Association:  79, 140, 149, 156, 163, 226, 228, 229
  • Vancouver Fire Department:  20
  • Vancouver Food Dealers Association:  57
  • Vancouver Freeway:  189, 190
  • Vancouver Inter-Racial Council:  71
  • Vancouver Junior Chamber of Commerce:  39, 73
  • Vancouver League of Women Voters:  131, 133
  • Vancouver Memorial Hospital:  142, 209
  • Vancouver Parent-Teacher Association:  19, 71
  • Vancouver Port District:  56
  • Vancouver Post Office:  128, 134, 154, 170
  • Vancouver Public Schools:  18, 28, 37, 58, 60, 71, 79, 86, 89, 91, 93, 100, 107, 134, 163, 190, 210, 224, 227-229, 232, 250, 280
  • Vancouver Saving and Loan Association:  12
  • Vancouver Typographical Union:  19
  • Vancouver Women's Club:  56
  • Vancouver Workers' Alliance:  38
  • Van Dyk, Ralph A.:  21
  • Vane, Zach A.:  52-55, 72, 73
  • Van Waters & Rogers, Inc.:  27, 148
  • Vehicle licenses:  50
  • Vending machines:  261
  • Vending machines - Taxation:  108, 109
  • Veterans:  41, 90, 101, 102, 106
  • Veterans, Disabled:  37, 38, 88, 90, 108, 112, 123, 142, 143, 158, 202, 291
  • Veterans' Administration:  88
  • Veterans' Administration Hospital:  222
  • Veterans' Homes:  8, 243, 252
  • Veterans' Hospitals:  199, 222
  • Veterans - Benefits:  72, 83
  • Veterans - Bonuses:  103, 108, 110, 125, 130, 139, 291
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars:  26, 39, 40, 134, 182
  • Veterans - Re-employment:  190
  • Veterans Rehabilitation Council:  202, 248
  • Veterans - Relief:  38
  • Veterans - Retirement:  8-Jun
  • Veterinarians:  6, 42, 186, 191
  • Veterinary practices:  59
  • Vetoed bills:  62
  • Vita Therapy:  158
  • Vocational education:  38, 41, 48, 71, 117, 187, 228, 236
  • Vocational rehabilitation:  6, 15, 100, 187, 207, 241, 242, 244
  • Volkmann, William G.:  177
  • Voter list - Clark County:  2
  • Voting:  185
  • Voting - Phamphlets:  274
  • Voting - Records:  289
  • Voting - Regulations:  70
  • Voting - Rights:  197
  • Voting - Statistics:  103
  • Voyce, Thomas:  180
  • W. P. A.:  see Works Progress Administration
  • Wages:  39
  • Wages:  see also Minimum wage
  • Waldron, Robert F.:  11, 72, 73
  • Walker, Ella:  167
  • Walker, Paul R.:  189
  • Wallace, Jack:  183
  • Wallace, Lew:  75
  • Walla Walla, Washington:  80, 261
  • Walla Walla Chamber of Commerce:  58
  • Wallgren, Mon C.:  60, 65, 68, 72, 74, 78, 80, 84, 95, 100, 101
  • Wanamaker, Pearl A.:  52, 75, 79, 86, 114
  • War activities:  74
  • War assets:  104
  • Ward, Mrs. A.S.:  39
  • Wardin, Caroline S.:  76
  • War Food Administration:  70
  • Warnica, Earl R.:  57
  • War production:  64, 76
  • War Relocation Authority:  83
  • Washington (State) Advertising Commission:  132
  • Washington (State) Aeronautics Commission:  212, 214, 226
  • Washington (State) Agricultural College.:  see Washington State University.
  • Washington (State) Attorney General's Office:  93, 191, 192, 242, 245, 255
  • Washington (State) Auditor's Office:  22, 35, 61, 64, 65, 167, 210, 243, 261
  • Washington (State) Bar Association:  56, 57, 65, 86, 117, 125
  • Washington (State) Bureau of Statistics:  103
  • Washington (State) Census Board:  163
  • Washington (State) Central Washington State College.:  see Central Washington State College
  • Washington (State) Congressmen:  62
  • Washington (State) Dairy Products Commission:  49-51, 67, 68, 70, 71, 80-82, 96, 97, 132, 134
  • Washington (State) Defense Council:  52, 54, 76
  • Washington (State) Department of Agriculture:  10, 11, 13, 16, 17, 19, 30, 33, 36, 44, 56, 62, 95, 99, 164, 173, 176, 189, 229, 246, 248, 269, 273, 278
  • Washington (State) Department of Civil Defense:  268
  • Washington (State) Department of Commerce and Economic Development:  227, 267, 269, 278
  • Washington (State) Department of Conservation:  59, 150, 178, 181, 191, 207, 241, 248, 250, 257, 267, 270, 275, 277
  • Washington (State) Department of Education:  36, 61
  • Washington (State) Department of Fisheries:  58, 61, 113, 171, 250
  • Washington (State) Department of Game:  95, 96, 104, 147, 151, 152, 205, 212, 220-222, 224, 225, 227, 241, 262, 289
  • Washington (State) Department of Game - Budget:  28
  • Washington (State) Department of Health:  66, 142, 161, 167, 207, 267, 278
  • Washington (State) Department of Highways:  10, 12, 22, 33, 43, 44, 61, 86, 99103, 108, 183, 185, 187, 189
  • Washington (State) Department of Insurance:  8
  • Washington (State) Department of Labor and Industry:  81, 199, 235, 265
  • Washington (State) Department of Licenses:  188, 238, 250, 253, 289
  • Washington (State) Department of Natural Resources:  229, 230, 244, 250, 281
  • Washington (State) Department of Public Assistance:  4, 189, 222, 223, 228, 230, 231, 233, 241, 242, 250, 256, 262, 267, 280
  • Washington (State) Department of Public Institutions:  125, 173, 198, 212, 220, 221, 226, 233, 235, 238, 243, 251, 270, 275, 277, 282
  • Washington (State) Department of Public Lands:  85, 111, 151, 180, 193
  • Washington (State) Department of Public Works:  15, 17, 26
  • Washington (State) Department of Social Security:  134, 152
  • Washington (State) Eastern State Hospital:  115, 150
  • Washington (State) Emergency Relief Commission:  8
  • Washington (State) Employment Service:  45, 59, 142, 192
  • Washington (State) Game Commission:  7, 26
  • Washington (State) General Administration:  273
  • Washington (State) Health Council:  148, 162
  • Washington (State) Highway Commission:  58, 134, 138, 195, 202, 205, 243, 269, 279, 281
  • Washington (State) Horse Racing Commission:  26, 55, 115, 267
  • Washington (State) Insurance Commissioner:  90
  • Washington (State) Land Office:  185
  • Washington (State) Law Library:  6, 33, 197
  • Washington (State) Legislative Budge Committee, cont.:  236-238, 241-246, 248, 250-252, 254, 256-258, 262, 266-273, 277-285, 287, 288, 291
  • Washington (State) Legislative Budget Committee:  150, 152, 159, 160, 162165, 169-171, 173-178, 180, 181, 184, 187, 188, 191-195, 197, 201-203, 205, 207-210, 212, 214-218, 220, 221, 225, 228, 230-233,
  • Washington (State) Legislative Council:  98, 101-103, 107, 110, 112-117, 119, 120, 123, 125-127, 129-135, 137, 141, 147, 150-156, 159, 161-167, 169, 170, 173, 174, 176, 178, 188, 191-196, 200, 202, 206, 208, 209, 211, 213, 218, 220,
  • Washington (State) Legislative Council:  224, 226, 229, 231, 232, 236, 237, 240, 242-248, 250, 264, 267-271, 277-283, 289-291
  • Washington (State) Legislature:  53
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Advisory Committee:  194, 217, 233, 268
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Committee Assignments:  15, 166, 175, 200, 290
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Committee on Committees:  75
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Committee procedures:  5, 189
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Dairy and Livestock Committee:  27, 75
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Education Committee:  103
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Forestry and Lands Committee:  190
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Highways, Streets and Bridges Committee:  56, 128, 129
  • Washington (State) Legislature - House of Representatives:  256
  • Washington (State) Legislature - House payroll:  234
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Resources Committee:  227
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Rules Committee:  3, 290
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Senate payroll:  234
  • Washington (State) Legislature - Statute Law Committee:  246, 250
  • Washington (State) Library:  9, 26, 39, 107, 156, 162, 169, 179, 180, 194, 198, 203, 219, 225, 235-237, 268
  • Washington (State) Library - Budget:  228
  • Washington (State) Liquor Control Board:  19, 29, 61, 225
  • Washington (State) National Guard:  46, 51, 52, 83, 93, 129, 135, 179, 181, 192, 194, 230
  • Washington (State) National Guard - Encampment:  193
  • Washington (State) Office of the Director of Budget:  154, 232, 272
  • Washington (State) Parks and Recreation Commission:  86, 108, 163, 287
  • Washington (State) Parole Board:  10, 60
  • Washington (State) Penitentiary:  32, 95
  • Washington (State) Personnel Board:  214
  • Washington (State) Planning Council:  44, 61, 74
  • Washington (State) Power Commission:  181, 214
  • Washington (State) Printing Plant:  45
  • Washington (State) Progress Commission:  107, 109, 111
  • Washington (State) Public Service Commission:  47, 59, 131, 132, 153, 154, 161, 171, 231, 241, 250, 253
  • Washington (State) Rainier State School:  140, 141
  • Washington (State) Research Council:  183, 188, 189, 205, 214, 231, 246, 254, 255, 258, 261
  • Washington (State) Revised Code:  20, 115, 119, 125, 127, 131-133, 161, 191, 197, 279
  • Washington (State) Schools for the Deaf and Blind:  38, 47, 84, 86, 88, 90, 98-100, 107, 109-113, 123, 126, 130, 141, 142, 152, 155, 156, 181, 183, 185, 187, 198, 205, 207, 212, 217, 218, 222, 223, 225, 226, 229, 233, 241, 242, 258, 259, 262, 264, 282, 283, 289, 291
  • Washington (State) Scrip:  15
  • Washington (State) State Historical Society:  88, 90, 179, 183, 223, 275
  • Washington (State) State Patrol:  6, 8, 19, 21, 37, 45, 48, 94, 210, 214, 238, 259, 289
  • Washington (State) State University:  see Washington State University
  • Washington (State) Superintendent of Public Instruction:  76, 107, 151, 175, 179, 188, 195, 200, 210, 226, 233, 237, 241, 243, 254, 255, 269, 281
  • Washington (State) Tax Advisory Council:  231-233, 237, 238, 241
  • Washington (State) Tax Commission:  45, 48, 58, 59, 61, 68, 85, 96-98, 104, 115, 121, 123, 126-128, 154, 188, 193, 207, 228, 241, 246, 248, 250, 251, 265, 267, 268
  • Washington (State) Training School:  86
  • Washington (State) Treasurer:  5, 46, 49, 51, 53, 58, 60, 61, 64, 100, 101, 112, 115, 125, 126, 128, 131, 134, 135, 155, 163, 166, 167, 181, 183, 186, 189
  • Washington (State) University:  see University of Washington
  • Washington (State) Veterans Home:  151, 241, 243
  • Washington (State) War Board:  68
  • Washington (State) Western State Hospital:  62, 86, 104
  • Washington Aberdeen-Angus Association:  47
  • Washington Association for Retarded Children:  187, 194, 197, 219, 220, 238
  • Washington Association for Social Welfare:  115, 250
  • Washington Association of Chiefs of Police:  132-135, 138
  • Washington Association of Insurance Agents:  134
  • Washington Association of Real Estate Boards:  37
  • Washington Association of Wheat Growers:  186
  • Washington Athletic Club:  52
  • Washington Automotive Trade Association:  42
  • Washington Bankers Association:  189
  • Washington Baptist Convention:  77
  • Washington Brewers Institute:  150
  • Washington Canners Association:  184, 185, 214
  • Washington Canners Cooperative:  58, 90
  • Washington Cattlemen's Association:  56
  • Washington Century of Progress Exposition:  19
  • Washington Chiropractors Association:  113, 151, 164
  • Washington Committee on Federal Reorganization:  142
  • Washington Commonwealth Federation:  57
  • Washington Congress of Parents and Teachers:  41, 81, 106, 107, 123, 125, 128, 189
  • Washington Cooperative Council:  37
  • Washington Creamery Operators Association:  72
  • Washington Dairymen's Association:  56
  • Washington Democratic Legislative Council:  75
  • Washington Education Association:  26, 38, 41, 47, 54, 80, 82, 84, 89, 155, 156, 173, 198, 214, 274, 277, 279
  • Washington Electrical Contractor Association:  58
  • Washington Emergency Relief Administration:  26
  • Washington Federation of State Employees:  147, 184
  • Washington Federation of Teachers:  73, 75
  • Washington Fire Commissioners Association:  181, 248, 250, 264
  • Washington Gasoline Dealers Association:  102, 138
  • Washington Gas Utilities:  233, 255
  • Washington Growers Packing Corporation:  80
  • Washington Highway Fund Conservation League:  5
  • Washington Independent Telephone Association:  192, 261
  • Washington Industrial Education Association:  39
  • Washington Jockey Club:  25, 193
  • Washington Library Association:  35, 47, 54, 55, 75, 81, 87, 116, 150, 181, 198, 216, 228
  • Washington Merchants Association:  41
  • Washington Motor Hotel Association:  107
  • Washington Motor Transport Association:  52, 108
  • Washington National Bank:  25
  • Washington National Bank of Vancouver:  58
  • Washington Newspaper Publishers Association:  267
  • Washington Old Age Pension Union:  54, 118, 178
  • Washington Optometric Association:  236
  • Washington-Oregon - Conflicts of laws:  39
  • Washington Osteopathic Association:  104, 189, 202
  • Washington Police Officers' Association:  219, 268
  • Washington Printing Company:  19
  • Washington Products Week:  17
  • Washington Public Utility Commissioners' Association:  39
  • Washington Railroad Association:  70, 80, 84, 126, 177
  • Washington Retail Grocers and Merchants Association:  5
  • Washington Society for Mental Hygiene:  104, 107
  • Washington State Allied Associations:  113, 259
  • Washington State Association of County Commissioners:  54, 138, 153
  • Washington State Association of Letter Carriers:  37
  • Washington State Association of the Deaf:  236
  • Washington State Bankers' Association:  276
  • Washington State Beekeepers' Association:  41, 88
  • Washington State Chamber of Commerce:  5
  • Washington State Chiropody Association:  185
  • Washington State College:  see Washington State University
  • Washington State Confederation of Social Work:  37
  • Washington State Congress of Industrial Organizations:  228
  • Washington State Council of Farm Cooperatives:  53, 54, 87, 93, 96, 97, 100-103, 112, 113, 118, 126, 131, 134, 154, 155, 167, 212, 244, 250, 267
  • Washington State Dairy Foundation:  147, 188
  • Washington State Dairy Industry Committee:  131, 133, 135, 138, 143, 151
  • Washington State Dairymen's Association:  8, 37, 51, 57, 63, 65, 75, 83, 88, 90, 97, 107, 138, 141, 212, 215, 220, 255
  • Washington State Democrat:  58
  • Washington State Democratic Committee:  125
  • Washington State Dental Association:  20, 165, 255
  • Washington State Farm Bureau:  76, 130, 141
  • Washington State Federation of Country Clubs:  52
  • Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs:  286
  • Washington State Federation of Labor:  20, 76, 83, 89, 91, 153, 158, 185
  • Washington State Federation of Scandinavian-American Democratic Clubs:  33
  • Washington State Federation of Teachers:  81, 179, 248
  • Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs:  21, 236, 255
  • Washington State Firemen's Association:  5
  • Washington State Food Dealers Association:  186, 210, 248
  • Washington State Golden Jubilee:  42
  • Washington State Good Roads Association:  133
  • Washington State Grange:  1, 6, 10, 11, 16, 18-21, 26, 34, 36, 38, 39, 43-45, 47, 48, 50-54, 56, 58-61, 63-65, 67-73, 76, 80, 81, 84, 86, 87, 96, 98,
  • Washington State Grange, cont.:  101, 106, 115, 116, 118, 125, 141, 158, 191, 193, 194, 197, 203, 205, 208, 214, 220, 226, 231-233, 236-238, 241, 252, 262, 267, 269, 271, 274, 277, 278, 280, 281, 287, 291
  • Washington State Grange - Dairy Committee:  70
  • Washington State Highway Employees:  183
  • Washington State Horticultural Association:  22
  • Washington State Hospital Association:  94, 180, 182, 270
  • Washington State Industrial Union Council:  39
  • Washington State Labor Council:  271
  • Washington State Medical Association:  74, 100, 118, 134, 184, 190, 214, 246, 248
  • Washington State Medical Bureau:  129
  • Washington State Nurses' Association:  88, 90, 107, 222, 238
  • Washington State Pharmaceutical Association:  291
  • Washington State Psychological Association:  187, 189, 225, 267
  • Washington State Resort Association:  125, 129
  • Washington State Restaurant Association:  38, 246, 265
  • Washington State School Directors' Association:  26, 27, 38, 39, 83, 135, 160, 163, 181, 184, 191, 209, 238, 242, 243, 254, 267, 270, 279, 283, 286, 287, 289
  • Washington State Sportsmen's Council:  53, 109, 113, 141, 179, 210
  • Washington State Tavern Association:  109, 110
  • Washington State Taxpayers Association:  20-22, 26, 27, 29, 34, 35, 56, 61, 81, 100, 112-114, 126-128, 130-132, 134, 135, 138, 150, 151, 155
  • Washington State Teacher:  232
  • Washington State Trout Growers' Association:  138
  • Washington State University:  15, 21, 34, 37, 38, 42, 56, 57, 67, 73, 75, 76, 81, 85-88, 91, 94, 96, 103, 112, 115, 117, 128, 141, 148, 151, 152, 155,
  • Washington State University:  see also Agricultural Experiment Stations, and Agricultural Extension Service.
  • Washington State University, cont.:  159, 161, 163, 181, 187, 192, 195, 205, 209, 212, 225, 227, 229, 231-233, 235, 238, 239, 245, 261, 266, 270, 274, 283, 287
  • Washington State University - Agricultural Advisory Board:  104
  • Washington State University - Alumni Association:  26, 86, 110
  • Washington State University - Board of Regents:  61, 225
  • Washington State University - Budget:  112
  • Washington State University - College of Agriculture:  103
  • Washington State University - Department of Geology:  115
  • Washington State University - Department of History and Political Science:  95
  • Washington State University - Finances:  56
  • Washington State University - Institute of Agricultural Sciences:  109, 130, 131
  • Washington State University - Library:  90, 91, 95, 233
  • Washington State University - Public Affairs Conference:  112, 114
  • Washington State University - School of Forestry:  250, 255
  • Washington State University - Student Union Building:  110
  • Washington State Veterinary Medical Association:  59, 267
  • Washington State Weed Association:  155
  • Washington Tax Education Council:  56
  • Washington Taxpayer:  33, 36, 131
  • Washington Temperance Association:  80, 84, 88, 164, 214, 221, 254
  • Washington Territorial Centennial:  160, 161.
  • Washington Tourist Survey:  135
  • Washington Trademark Act:  108
  • Washington Trucking Association:  22
  • Washington Vocational Association:  117
  • Washington Wildlife League:  28, 53, 57, 142, 185, 198, 210, 214, 223, 224, 250, 254, 264
  • Washington Women's Democratic Club:  39
  • Washougal, Washington:  91
  • Washougal Parent-Teacher Association:  37
  • Washougal Public Schools:  140, 144
  • Washougal Woolen Mills:  39, 40, 142
  • Waterfront Employers Association:  97
  • Water pollution:  75, 76, 83, 107, 118, 225, 248, 250, 252, 254, 255, 271, 275, 277
  • Water resources:  112, 214, 256
  • Water rights:  111, 250
  • Waters, Mrs. John M.:  91
  • Water safety:  186
  • Watkins, James:  134
  • Watson, C. C.:  11
  • Watson, Jess L.:  221
  • Weather modification:  269, 277-279, 286
  • Weber, Harry E.:  46, 47
  • Weed control:  9, 29, 48, 273, 274
  • Weeks, Philip Leroy:  153
  • Weights and measures:  273
  • Wells, Mary:  52
  • Wells, W. L.:  55
  • Welsh, Catherine:  52
  • Wenatchee Junior College:  79
  • Wessner, Florence:  45
  • West, Frank E.:  34, 61
  • West, Herbert G.:  80
  • Westberg, Alfred J.:  132
  • West Coast Airlines:  107
  • West Coast Lumbermen's Association:  26, 30, 33, 35
  • Western Clark County Education Association:  135
  • Western Custodial School:  89, 91, 98
  • Western Defense Command:  62, 66
  • Western Idaho Production Credit Association:  23
  • Western Washington Forestry Association:  155, 161, 162, 176
  • Western Washington Reclamation Institute:  63, 156
  • Western Washington State College:  44, 205, 220, 270
  • Westminster Presbyterian Church, Vancouver, Washington:  147
  • Weyerhaeuser Timber Company:  152, 226
  • Whatcom County Farm Bureau:  75
  • Wheat and milled wheat - Taxation:  110
  • Whetstone, Joseph A.:  53
  • Whipple, L. Marie:  77, 81
  • White, DeWitt:  26-28, 30, 32, 38, 61
  • White, Franklin:  55
  • Whitefield, Glenn E.:  44
  • Whitenack, A. D.:  90
  • White Pass Highway:  53, 57
  • Whitlock, Mrs. E. W.:  283
  • Whitman, Marcus:  104, 134
  • Who's Who in the Democratic Party:  106
  • Who's Who on the Pacific Coast:  106
  • Wick, John:  142
  • Wildlife:  184, 260
  • Wildlife preservation:  8, 11, 36, 180, 199, 216, 224, 235, 236, 254
  • Wilkie, Wendall:  52
  • Willapa Bay - Navigation:  192
  • Williams, David F.:  39
  • Williams, Harry:  6, 37
  • Williams, John:  57
  • Wilson, J. Ivan:  16, 17
  • Wilson, Mrs. Norris E.:  75
  • Wine sales:  26, 109
  • Winston, P. H.:  33
  • Wintler, Ella:  67, 70, 75, 76, 87, 103, 110, 130, 151, 158, 162, 164, 229, 236, 268, 279, 283, 291
  • Wishmeier, Mrs. A. C.:  77
  • Wiswall, Henry M.:  108, 109
  • Wolf Supply Company:  110
  • Women's Christian Temperance Union:  78, 220
  • Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform:  12
  • Women's Pierce County Democratic Club:  11
  • Wood, George:  63
  • Wood, Henry O.:  60
  • Woodall, Perry B.:  67, 85
  • Woodbeck, W. W.:  27
  • Woodland, Washington - Postal service:  21
  • Woodworth, H. J.:  57, 58
  • Woodworth, Robert:  110
  • Workers Alliance of Washington:  39
  • Working hours:  107
  • Workmen's compensation:  76, 142, 143, 198
  • Works Progress Administration:  26, 29, 30, 35, 37, 42, 43, 48, 63
  • Works Progress Administration - Application blanks:  30
  • World's Fair, 1959:  199, 202, 215
  • World Fair Commission:  242
  • World government:  128, 142
  • World population and production:  177
  • World Science - Pan-Pacific Exposition:  242
  • World War II:  61, 63, 65, 68, 74
  • World War II - Pacific:  66
  • World War II - Veterans:  80, 210
  • World War II - Veterans.:  see also Veterans
  • Worthington, Bruce:  254
  • Worthington, James:  186, 243, 244
  • Wrestling:  236
  • Wulf, John C.:  24
  • Y. M. C. A.:  see Young Men's Christian Association
  • Y. W. C. A.:  see Young Women's Christian Association
  • Yacolt Burn - Rehabilitation:  180, 183-189, 199, 207, 223, 226
  • Yacolt Post Office:  13, 15, 16, 45, 287
  • Yakima, Washington:  42
  • Yakima Chamber of Commerce:  20
  • Yakima Valley Grape Growers Association:  142
  • Yakima Valley Traffic Association:  186
  • Yankee, Peter:  9
  • Yantis, George F.:  5, 12, 15, 22, 31, 72, 88
  • Yaroker, E.:  26
  • Yeager, Mrs. W. H.:  51, 55
  • Yelle, Cliff:  65, 278
  • Yoakum, C. W.:  258
  • Young, Hanna:  76
  • Young Democrats:  33, 65, 128, 152, 224
  • Young Men's Christian Association:  118, 148
  • Young Women's Christian Association:  181
  • Youth guidance:  87
  • Youth protection:  109, 115
  • Zintheo, Mary:  248

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: Correspondence 

Box Folder

1898-1932 

1 1-5

January 1933-September 1933 

2 6-11

October 1933-April 1934 

3 12-18

May 1934-January 1935 

4 19-26

February 1935-December 1935; Miscellaneous, 1935 

5 27-32

1936-January 1939 

6 33-38

February 1939-March 1939 

7 39-43

April 1939-July 1940 

8 44-51

August 1940-February 1941 

9 52-57

March 1941-December 1941; Miscellaneous, 1941 

10 58-62

January 1942-December 1944 

11 63-73

Miscellaneous, 1944; January 1945-February 1945 

12 74-79

March 1945-December 1946; Miscellaneous, 1946 

13 80-87

January 1947-March 1947 

14 88-93

April 1947-August 1948 

15 94-100

September 1948-December 1948; Legislative Council Reports, 1948 

16 101-105

Miscellaneous, 1948; January 1949-February 1949 

17 106-110

February 1949-September 1949 

18 111-117

October 1949-December 1949; Miscellaneous, 1949 

19 118-123

Unamerican Activities, 1949-May 1950 

20 124-128

June 1950-November 1950 

21 129-134

December 1950-Education, January 1951 

22 135-140

February 1951-Public Libraries, February 1951 

23 141-146

March 1951-July 1951 

24 147-152

August 1951-December 1951; Miscellaneous, 1951 

25 153-160

January 1952-December 1952 

26 161-167

Miscellaneous, 1952; January 1953-April 1953 

27 168-173

May 1953-November 1954 

28 174-180

December 1954-February 1955 

29 181-186

February 1955-May 1955 

30 187-192

June 1955-December 1955; Miscellaneous, 1955 

31 193-198

Miscellaneous 1955; January 1956-Legislative Council, February 1956 

32 199-204

March 1956-September 1956 

33 205-209

October 1956-December 1956; Miscellaneous 1956 

34 210-215

Miscellaneous 1956; January 1957-February 1957 

35 216-221

February 1957-March 1957 

36 222-226

March 1957-September 1957 

37 227-232

October 1957-December 1957; Miscellaneous 1957 

38 233-236

January 1958-April 1958 

39 237-241

May 1958-October 1958; Legislative Council, October 1958 

40 242-247

November 1958-December 1958; Miscellaneous 1958 

41 248-252

Miscellaneous 1958; January 1959-February 1959 

42 253-258

February 1959-March 1959 

43 259-264

March 1959-December 1959 

44 265-271

Miscellaneous 1959 

45 272-276

January 1960-September 1960 

46 277-282

October 1960 - December 1960; Miscellaneous 1960, 1961, 1962 

47 283-288

Miscellaneous 1930-1960 

48 289-291

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Series 2: Legislative Digests 

Box

Legislative Digest, 1945, 1947, 1949, 1951 

49

Legislative Digest, 1953, 1955, 1957 

50

Legislative Digest, 1959, 1961 

51

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