Guide to the Ruby El Hult Papers 1899-1994
Cage 47

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Hult, Ruby El, 1912-2008.
Title
Ruby El Hult Papers
ID
Cage 47
Date [inclusive]
1899-1994
Extent
45.0 boxes
General Physical Description note
25 Linear Feet of Shelf Space
Language
English
Abstract
Washington author Ruby El Hult (1912-2008) was born in Belgrove, Idaho, graduated from Lewis and Clark High School in Spokane, and was a student at the University of Washington. In the early 1950s, Hult began a freelancing writing career that continued for decades, publishing articles and opinion pieces concerning Pacific Northwest historical and conservation issues. She also began to publish a number of books on the Pacific Northwest, beginning with "Steamboats in the Timber" in 1952. The Ruby El Hult Papers consist chiefly of original manuscripts, notes, photos, correspondence and other materials related to Hult's writing career. Also included is personal correspondence to family and friends.

Preferred Citation note

[Item Description] Ruby El Hult papers, 1899-1994

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

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Biographical/Historical note

Washington author Ruby El Hult (1912-2008) was born in Belgrove, Idaho, to John Adolf and Carolina (Pearson) Hult. She graduated from Lewis and Clark High School in Spokane in 1932, and was a student at the University of Washington during 1945-46. After holding various secretarial positions between 1942 and 1949, she served as assistant editor of the Washington State Journal of Nursing in Seattle from 1949 to 1952. During this time, she completed a number of short stories for writing classes she took between 1924 and 1953.

In the early 1950s, Hult began a freelancing writing career that continued for decades, publishing articles and opinion pieces concerning Pacific Northwest historical and conservation issues. She also began to publish a number of books on the Pacific Northwest, beginning with Steamboats in the Timber in 1952 (a second edition was published in 1968). That was followed by Untamed Olympics in 1954 (a second edition was published in 1971), and Lost Mines and Treasures of the Pacific Northwest in 1957. A sequel to that book, Treasure Hunting Northwest, was published in 1971. In 1960, both Northwest Disaster: Avalanche and Fire and Guns of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (an expanded version of the June 6, 1955 article in Guns Magazine, "The Arms that Won an Empire") were published. The second edition of her last book, Herb Crisler in the Olympic Mountain Wilds (originally published in 1977), was published in 1992.

During this time, Hult maintained ties with a small group of Pacific Northwest women writers, historians and book lovers, some of whom she had met in the late 1930s. Up through 1980s and 1990s, Hult regularly corresponded with these women, who were both friends and professional colleagues. These included Hazel Corbeill, Eleanor Garst, Martha Livingston and Elizabeth Marion Saunders. In 1980, Hult and Saunders published their correspondence over the years in a compendium called The Cockalorum Chronicles: New Words Between Old Friends: Correspondence of Elizabeth Marion Saunders and Ruby El Hult.

Ruby El Hult was married first to S. John Sether, who died in 1959. She married her second husband, Raymond L. McAndrew, in 1961. He died in 1978.

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Scope and Contents note

The Ruby El Hult Papers consist chiefly of original manuscripts, notes, photos, correspondence and other materials related to Hult's writing career. Also included is personal correspondence to family and friends. Most material is typewritten, although much personal correspondence is handwritten.

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Arrangement note

The papers retain Hult's original order.There are eleven series, organized alphabetically (except the Oversize materials). Within each series, the contents are arranged by the type of material, such as notes, correspondence, clippings, etc.

Series 1: Articles, Short Stories, and other Writings. Concerns both published and unpublished writings not directly related to her books.

Series 2: Editing Work. Relates mostly to her work as assistant editor at the Washington State Journal of Nursing.

Series 3: Lost Mines and Treasures. Includes materials related both to the original book and to its sequel, Treasure Hunting Northwest.

Series 4: Miscellaneous Matters. Contains clippings, correspondence and source materials not directly related to Hult's books or personal life.

Series 5: Northwest Disaster. Contains materials related to this book.

Series 6: Personal and Family Matters. Mostly letters from friends and family with whom Hult regularly corresponded over the years. These papers are then divided alphabetically by name.

Series 7: Photographs. Contains photos and negatives dating back to the late 1800s. These mostly were gathered for use in her books, but some personal photos are included as well.

Series 8: Political Materials. Includes historical materials, clippings and correspondence related to Hult's involvement in campaigns for various causes. Also included are publications of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Santa Barbara, CA, where Hult served as mail supervisor from 1965-66.

Series 9: Steamboats in the Timber. Contains materials related to this book.

Series 10: Untamed Olympics. Includes materials related to this book.

Series 11: Oversize Materials. Contains mostly large scrapbooks with reviews and other clippings, as well as correspondence related to the publication of Hult's books.

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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

Copyright restrictions apply.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Ruby El Hult donated her papers to the Washington State University Libraries in several installments between 1959 and 2001. Her manuscripts, correspondence and other materials span more than six decades.

Processing Information note

This collection was processed by Kevlin Haire in 2002; in 2007 Lynette Scriver performed additional preservation and processing.

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Controlled Access Headings

Geographic Name(s)

  • Coeur d'Alene Lake (Idaho) -- History -- Photographs.
  • Fort Sherman (Idaho) -- History -- Photographs.
  • Idaho -- History -- Archives.
  • Washington (State) -- History -- Archives.

Personal Name(s)

  • Hult, Ruby El, 1912-2008 -- Archives.
  • Hult, Ruby El, 1912-2008 -- Correspondence.

Subject(s)

  • Coeur d"Alene
  • Historiography -- Northwest, Pacific -- Women authors.
  • Idaho
  • Logging
  • Logging -- Idaho -- History -- Photographs.
  • Mines and Mineral Resources
  • Mines and mineral resources -- Idaho -- Photographs.
  • Ships and Shipping
  • Steamboats -- Idaho -- Photographs.
  • Washington (State)

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: Articles, Short Stories, Other Writings 

Clippings 

Box Folder

Various articles, 1944-1954 

1 1

University of Washington "Month's Best" supplement, 1945 May and November 

1 2

"The Chilcoot Pass Went Up, Up, Up," Seattle Times, 1964 July 26 

1 3

"The Saga of George W. Bush" reprint, with bibliography, 1962 September 

1 4

Correspondence, Drafts 

Box Folder

"Aristocrat of the Wilds," 1963 

1 5

Black Drift article, 1953 

1 6

Chilcoot Pass article, 1963 

1 7

"Lady of the Paddlewheel," 1954 

1 8

Outdoor safety article, 1954 

1 9

"Sturdy Tugs and 'Poke Fire' Boats," 1969-1970 

1 10

Correspondence, Notes, Sources 

Box Folder

Babes in the Woods article, 1950s 

1 11

George W. Bush article, 1962-1969 

1 12

"Joe Meek and His Gun," 1958 

1 13

Lewis and Clark article, 1950s 

2 14

Mima Mounds article, 1953-1954 

2 15

Moncacht Ape article, 1954-1956 

2 16

Mountain Beaver article, 1952-1958 

2 17

Mt. Stuart article, 1962 

2 18

"Narrow Gauge Up the Jackass Trail," 1953-1954 

2 19

Olympic College outdoor class program article, 1956-1958 

2 20

Ozette Indian Tribe article, 1956-1958 

2 21

Wild horses article, 1954-1958 

2 22

Various articles, 1952-1962 

2 23

"Harrison Named after President" (with Paul Drus), 1971-1972 

2 24

Correspondence, contributions to Pacific Bakers News, 1966-1971 

2 25

Drafts 

Box Folder

"Eggs is Odd" 

2 26

"The Ghostly Companion of the Andrea Doria;" "Not S.O.S., but C.Q.D." 

2 27

"Houseboat Headaches" 

2 28

"Mahoney and the Millars' Daughter" 

2 29

Richard W. Poston article 

2 30

"Shut Mah Mouf," 1954 

2 31

"Great White Watchers," 1963 

2 32

Early writings, 1924-1944 (3 folders) 

3 33

"TV or not TV" (Journalism class paper) 

3 34

Writing class papers, 1929-1953 

3 35

Unpublished articles, 1954-1958 

3 36

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Series 2: Editing Work 

 

Box Folder

"Along Seattle's Seawall," Vol. I 

3 37

Journal of Nursing issues and related materials, 1949-1952 (2 folders) 

3 38

Journal of Nursing issue, 1954 

3 39

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Series 3: "Lost Mines and Treasures" Papers 

 

Box Folder

Bibliographies 

3 40

Book lists, 1966 

3 41

Brochures, maps, pamphlets on Idaho (2 folders) 

4 42

Clippings 

Box Folder

Bunker Hill Co., including notes from Hazel Corbeill, 1966-1969 

4 43

Coeur d'Alene and St. Joe River areas, 1967-1970 

4 44

Coeur d'Alene silver mining, 1934-1970 

4 45

General, 1966-1970 

4 46

Golden Chest Mine, including notes from Hazel Corbeill 1966-1970 

4 47

Oregon Mines, 1900-1969 

5 48

St. Joe River area, 1968-1969 

5 49

Sunken treasure, 1958-1969 

5 50

Treasure hunting in California, Nevada, 1966-1969 

5 51

Correspondence 

Box Folder

Binfords and Mort publishers and general, 1956-1964 

5 52

Binfords and Mort, 1966-1971 

5 53

General, 1954-1974 (folders 1-2) 

5 54

General, 1954-1974 (folders 3-4) 

6 54

Blue Bucket Mine, 1968-1972 

6 55

Lake Coeur d'Alene treasure, 1958-1967 

6 56

Lost Cement Mine (correspondence with Harvey Altman), 1971-1972 

6 57

Lost Pedro, Lost Sheperder, other mines, 1954-1955 

6 58

Neahkahnie (correspondence with Don Viles), 1969-1971 

6 59

Portland treasure chart, 1964-1969 

6 60

Spanish Silver Mine, 1966-1971 

6 61

Tillamook Mine, 1966-1967 

6 62

Reprint, 1994 

6 63

Stanley Partridge, 1966-1971 

6 64

Correspondence, Notes, Sources 

Box Folder

ABT Indian Post Office Mine, 1966-1971 

6 65

Astoria and Clatsop County, 1967 

7 66

Blue Bucket Mine, 1954-1959 (2 folders) 

7 67

Cabin mines, 1964-1968 

7 68

Capt.'s Caches and Chevy Chase, 1966-1967 

7 69

Chief Bigfoot, 1967-1968 

7 70

Chief Kitsap's gold mine, 1966 

7 71

Ed Schieffelin's gold mine, 1966-1970 

7 72

Gold strikes of Olympic Mountains, 1966 

7 73

Granville Stuart, 1967 

7 74

Idaho mines, 1966-1971 

7 75

Idaho place names, 1955-1956, 1969-1970 (folder 1) 

7 76

Idaho place names, 1955-1956, 1969-1970 (folders 2-7) 

8 76

Indian Lost Cinnabar Mine, 1967-1969 

9 77

Klamath Butte Creek, 1969-1970 

9 78

Lake County, 1966-1968 

9 79

Lemon Mine, 1967-1968 

9 80

Lost Cabin Mines, 1965-1967 

9 81

Lost Creek Mine, 1967-1968 

9 82

Mountain treasures stories, 1968 

9 83

Moose City, 1959-1969 

9 84

Nahanni's lost gold, 1969-1970 

9 85

Neahkahnie and Nehalem, 1955-1956 

9 86

Neahkahnie, 1966-1971 

9 87

Oregon mines, 1963-1969 

9 88

Plummer Gang, 1966-1969 (2 folders) 

10 89

Port Orford meteorite, 1955 forward 

10 90

Post Falls Diamond Mine, 1966-1969 

10 91

Roslyn Bank Robbery, 1968-1969 

10 92

S.S. Golden Rule, 1956-1957 

10 93

Santa Creek, 1959-1971 

10 94

Vancouver Island, 1969 (2 folders) 

10 95

Vault of Gold, 1968 

10 96

Washington, 1963-1968 

11 97

Drafts 

Box Folder

"Legends of the Little Rockies," including notes 

11 98

Malta train robbery, including notes 

11 99

Early drafts of book (2 folders) 

11 100

Galley proofs (2 folders) 

11 101

Galley proofs (sequel) 

11 102

Write-up of interview with Fred and Cora Kelly, and related materials, 1969 

11 103

 

Box Folder

Library of Congress list of treasure maps, 1964 

11 104

Manuscript, including index and table of contents, for sequel (4 folders) 

12 105

Microfiche records about S.S. Golden Rule and crew, 1861-1877 

12 106

Notes 

Box Folder

Beesway, Blue Bucket and Neahkahnie mines, shipwrecks 

12 107

Cabins, ledges, Randolph Trail, Sheperder mine 

13 108

General 

13 109

Silverthorne, other Montana mysteries 

13 110

Pamphlets 

Box Folder

Pamphlets for treasure seekers, 1953-1968 

13 111

Pamphlets on Washington-Idaho border areas, 1937 forward 

13 112

 

Box Folder

Publicity and orders for sequel 

13 113

Scrapbook of Tony Moreno, 1966-1968 

13 114

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Series 4: Miscellaneous Topics 

 

Box Folder

Archive container item lists sent to WSU from Hult, 1950s-1960s 

13 115

Articles, flyers, newsletters on atheism, 1970s (folder 1) 

13 116

Articles, flyers, newsletters on atheism, 1970s (folder 2) 

14 116

Catalogs for colored prints, engraved portraits and lithographs 

14 117

Clippings 

Box Folder

Idaho County Free Press anniversary edition, 1966 June 16 

14 118

Kellogg Evening News Progress edition, 1969 

14 119

Life Magazine issue, including announcement for Wilderness Kingdom book, 1967 (note: relocated to Oversize, box 45, folder 276) 

14 120

Kellogg News, 1924-1970 

14 121

Various Northwest newspapers, 1952-1988 

15 122

Clippings, Correspondence 

Box Folder

Bunker Hill Company strike, 1960 (2 folders) 

15 123

Correspondence 

Box Folder

Robert Hitchman, 1959-1971 

15 124

Tahuya Book Sellers, 1960-1961 

15 125

Washington State Historical Society, 1959-1962 

15 126

Writers, printers, etc., 1953-1963 

15 127

Correspondence, Notes, Sources 

Box Folder

Henry J. Warre paintings, 1954 

15 128

 

Box Folder

"Crow's Nest" newsletter by Robert Hitchman, 1955-1970 

16 129

Expense books, 1953-1962 (3 folders) 

16 130

"La Blanc and La Gasse: Predecessors of David Thompson...," U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1966 

16 131

Log marks chart of lumber and logging companies in Lake Coeur d'Alene and St. Joe River areas, 1921 

16 132

Pamphlets on Pacific Northwest timber and lumbering, 1938-1956 (folders 1-2) 

16 133

Pamphlets on Pacific Northwest timber and lumbering, various dates (folder 3) 

17 133

Publishers' trade lists 

17 134

"The Quileute of La Push, 1775-1945," by George A. Pettitt, 1950 

17 135

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Series 5: Northwest Disaster Papers 

 

Box Folder

"Avalanche" article in Spokesman-Review, with draft, 1960 February 11 

17 136

Basil Sherlock's description of avalanche, 1960 

17 137

Clippings, Correspondence 

Box Folder

Inland Empire forest fires scrapbook, 1967-1969 

17 138

Correspondence 

Box Folder

Binfords and Mort, 1958-1961 

17 139

General, 1957-1960 

17 140

Book promotion, 1960 

17 141

1910 Fire, 1956-1960 

17 142

Correspondence, Drafts 

Box Folder

William Morris and Ed Pulaski, 1960s 

17 143

Correspondence, Notes, Sources 

Box Folder

1910 Fire, 1950-1960 

18 144

Galley proofs (3 folders) 

18 145

Hart's corrections and suggestions 

18 146

Journalism class paper on 1910 Fire 

18 147

Manuscript (folders 1-2) 

18 148

Manuscript (folder 3) 

19 148

Manuscript of "Experiences on a National Forest," by William Morris 

19 149

Manuscript of "Letters from Coeur d'Alene," by William Morris 

19 150

"Northwest Disaster" maps (2 folders) 

19 151

Notecards listing interviewees, 1956-1960 

19 152

Notes 

Box Folder

Avalanche 

19 153

Interview with Edward Sweeney, including transcript, 1957 May 22 

19 154

1910 Fire 

19 155

Articles about avalanche byother authors 

19 156

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Series 6: Personal and Family Concerns 

 

Box Folder

Autograph book from high school, 1932 

20 157

Correspondence 

Box Folder

Lee Carpenter, Jr., 1959-1967 

20 158

Hazel Corbeill, 1957-1969 (folders 1-4) 

20 159

Hazel Corbeill, 1970-80 (folders 5-11) 

21 159

Hazel Corbeill, 1981-91 (folders 12-18) 

22 159

Family, 1937-1945 (20 postcards) 

22 160

Family, 1960-1970 (Ruby's cousin, Gloria Hult Kennedy) 

22 161

Family, 1955-1968 (folders 1-4) 

22 162

Family, 1969-1975 (folders 5-11) 

23 162

Family, 1976-1980 (folders 12-15) 

24 162

Family, 1973-1976 (McGoughs in Hong Kong) 

24 163

Family, 1976-1978 (McGoughs in Middlebury, VT) 

24 164

Friends, including item list, 1955-1969 (folder 1) 

24 165

Friends, 1970s (folder 2) 

25 165

R.H. Gallagher, 1961 

25 166

Eleanor Garst, 1956-1969 (folders 1-4) 

25 167

Eleanor Garst, 1970-1979 (folders 5-11) 

26 167

General, 1974-1979 (mostly fan letters) 

26 168

Bill and Dorothy Hershey, 1958-1967 

26 169

L.S. Keeton, 1953-1958 

27 170

Cindy Kramer, 1962 

27 171

Bonnie Kreshel, 1957-1968 

27 172

Margaret Livingston, 1959-1969 

27 173

Elizabeth Marion Saunders, 1957-1971 (folders 1-3) 

27 174

Elizabeth Marion Saunders, 1972-1981 (folders 4-9) 

28 174

Elizabeth Marion Saunders, including 1993 death notification (folders 10-14) 

29 174

 

Box Folder

"The Cockalorum Chronicles," 1979 (compendium of correspondence between Hult and Saunders) 

29 175

Minnesota State Inspector's Licenses for J.A. Hult, 1899, 1906 

29 176

North Central High School yearbook, 1931 

29 177

Poems of John Morgan McReary, 1965 

29 178

Letters from fans and friends, 1977 

29 178.1

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Series 7: Photographs 

 

Box Folder

Burke, Idaho, 1902 

29 179

Chilkoot Pass photos, sketch maps 

29 180

Dodo Canar and Blanche Canar (later Blanche Bond Ryan), 1909-1912 

30 181

Independence Placer Mining Company, including item list, 1925-1926 

30 182

Lake Coeur d'Alene and St. Joe River area, 1960s 

30 183

Lake Coeur d'Alene and St. Joe River area, by Vern L. Hult, 1967 (3 folders) 

30 184

Lake Coeur d'Alene and St. Joe River area steamboats, various dates (3 folders) 

30 185

Lake Coeur d'Alene and St. Joe River area, various dates (folder 1) 

30 186

Lake Coeur d'Alene and St. Joe River areas, various dates (folders 2-3) 

31 186

Lake Coeur d'Alene area, 1968 July 

31 187

Lake Coeur d'Alene area residents in steamboat era, various dates 

31 188

Lost Mines and Treasures photos (sequel) 

31 189

Lumberjacks, 1950s 

31 190

Mining, including item list, 1925-1926 

31 191

Montana historical sites 

31 192

1910 Fire, Idaho 

31 193

Oregon postcards, 1968-1972 

31 194

Personal, various dates 

31 195

St. Joe River area, early 1900s 

32 196

St. Maries and St. Joe River area, early 1900s 

32 197

St. Maries and St. Joe River valley negatives, 1968 

32 198

Valleyford, WA, snow scenes by Vern L. Hult, 1960s 

32 199

Valleyford, WA, winter of 1969 snow scenes, including item list, 1969 

32 200

Wallace, Idaho, photos and negatives 

32 201

Portrait of Ruby El Hult, 1932 (high school graduation) 

32 202

Portrait of Eleanor Averitt Stark Garst and son Richard Stark 

32 203

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Series 8: Political Materials 

 

Box Folder

Campaign for George W. Bush recognition, 1962-1963 

32 204

Campaign to retain Ozette Indian Reservation in Olympic National Park, 1954-1958 

32 205

Campaign for Three Sisters Wilderness boundaries, 1955-1961 

32 206

Campaigns for various causes, 1960s-1970s 

32 207

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions pamphlets, 1962 

32 208

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions article in Pageant magazine, 1965 August 

33 209

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions "Change" issues, 1965-1966 

33 210

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions seminar materials, 1965 

33 211

Discussion papers, newsletters, magazines, press releases, 1950s-1960s (3 folders) 

33 212

Excerpts from writings of various authors, 1940s 

33 213

"The Good Brahmin," by Voltaire, 1949 

33 214

Industrial Workers of the World newsletters, pamphlets, circa 1930s-1940s 

33 215

"The Bloodstained Trail: A History of Militant Labor in the United States," 1927 

Box Folder

Seattle Urban League quarterly newsletters, 1947-1948 

34 216

Seattle Urban League 17th annual report, 1947 

34 217

Washington State Legislature materials, 1963 

34 218

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Series 9: "Steamboats in the Timber" Papers 

Clippings, Correspondence 

Box Folder

General, 1952-1983 

34 219

Correspondence 

Box Folder

Binfords and Mort, 1967-1969 

34 220

Book contracts, including royalty statements, 1952-1967 

34 221

Caxton Printers Ltd., regarding book shipment, 1960 July 27 

34 222

Hazel Corbeill, 1969-1970 (folders 1-4) 

34 223

Hazel Corbeill, 1969-1970 (folder 5) 

35 223

Regarding photographs, 1967-1969 (2 folders) 

35 224

Blanche Bond Ryan, regarding St. Maries, Idaho, 1950s 

35 225

Various letters on Idaho, 1956-1969 

35 226

Correspondence, Notes, Sources 

Box Folder

North Idaho, 1968 forward 

35 227

Galley proofs, 1952 

35 228

Manuscript, 1947 

35 229

Personal recollections, 1968 

36 230

Revisions to manuscript for second edition 

36 231

Sales and promotional material for second edition, 1968-1969 

36 232

Souvenir book, St. Maries, Idaho, 1911 

36 233

Tariff rates for Red Collar Steamboat Company, 1925 

36 234

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Series 10: "Untamed Olympics" Papers 

Clippings 

Box Folder

General 

36 235

Correspondence 

Box Folder

Awards, publicity, 1953-1961 

36 236

General, 1952-1954 

36 237

Robert Hitchman, 1951-1954 

36 238

Olympic National Park, 1952-1960 

36 239

Publishers, historical societies, regarding manuscript, 1953 

36 240

Theodore Rixon, 1952 

36 241

Second edition, 1968-1970 

36 242

Victor Smith chapter, 1950-1953 

36 243

Charles N. Webster, 1952-1955 

36 244

Correspondence, Drafts 

Box Folder

West end, including notes, 1952-1953 

36 245

Correspondence, Notes, Sources 

Box Folder

General regarding second edition, 1969-1970 

37 246

Timber, incl. short bibliography, 1952-1953 

37 247

Drafts 

Box Folder

"Bridge to the Future" chapter 

37 248

"Expendable Forests" chapter 

37 249

Olympic National Park battle 

37 250

Various chapters (2 folders) 

37 251

Manuscript pages 

37 252

Notes 

Box Folder

General, including bibliography 

37 253

Olympic Peninsula (folders 1-2) 

37 254

Olympic Peninsula (folder 3) 

38 254

Parks and forests 

38 255

Port Townsend and Millport 

38 256

Olympic National Park publications, including clippings, 1930s-1950s 

38 257

Pamphlets on Washington, mainly on Olympic Peninsula, various dates (2 folders) 

38 258

Port Angeles community study publications, 1953 

39 259

Script of speech to Mason County Historical Society, 1971 November 4 

39 260

Souvenir program, Port Townsend-Jefferson County Centennial, 1951 

39 261

Statistical report on Olympic Peninsula by Institute of Forest Products, 1953 October 12 

39 262

Write-up of interview of William T. Putnam, early explorer of the Olympics, including Shelton-Mason County Journal article dated 1950 June 15 

39 263

Processing and administrative files 

39

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Series 11: Oversize Materials 

 

Box Folder

Articles about Olympic Peninsula for "Untamed Olympics," 1949-1962 

40 264

Ledger for Red Collar Steamboat Company (routes originating mostly from St. Maries), 1921-1923; tariff rates for 1926, 1929; and shipping orders, 1925 

40 265

Ledger for Red Collar Steamboat Company (mostly St. Maries to Coeur d'Alene route), 1921-1922 

40 266

Recording of interview of Ruby El Hult by Bev Brown of KIMA Radio in Yakima, WA, 1952 April 15 (long-playing disk) 

41 267

Scrapbooks 

Box Folder

"Lost Mines and Treasures" clippings (including reviews), correspondence, 1957-1967 

41 268

Logging and lumber photos, clippings, various dates 

41 269

Miscellaneous clippings on Pacific Northwest, correspondence about books and other writings, 1954-1959 

42 270

"Northwest Disaster" clippings (including reviews), correspondence, 1960 

42 271

Pacific Northwest clippings on fires, 1967-1970 

43 272

Pacific Northwest clippings on people, places and things, 1950-1971 

44 273

"Steamboats in the Timber" clippings (including reviews), correspondence, 1952-1970 

44 274

"Untamed Olympics" clippings (including reviews), correspondence, 1952-1964 

45 275

 

Box Folder

Miscellaneous 

45 276

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