Guide to the Ralph R. Sundquist Papers 1909-1980
Cage 601

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Sundquist, Ralph R.
Title
Ralph R. Sundquist Papers
ID
Cage 601
Date [inclusive]
1909-1980
Extent
353.0 items.
General Physical Description note
8 linear feet of shelf space.
Language
English
Abstract
Papers of Ralph Sundquist consist of correspondence, business documents, reports, enclosures, and brochures relating chiefly to apple growing and shipping, but also to Sundquist's civic endeavors with public education, junior colleges, hospitals, churches and the Federal Reserve System.

Preferred Citation note

[Item Description]. Cage 601, Ralph R. Sundquist Papers . Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

Ralph Roger Sundquist was born in Galesburg, Illinois, on 5 January 1894, to the Rev. and Mrs Hjalmar Sundquist. In 1910, the family moved to the Yakima Valley because Hjalmar had health problems he thought curable in a warm, dry climate. Ralph graduated from Yakima High School in 1912 and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Horticulture from the State College of Washington in 1916. A year later, he received a Master of Science degree in Horticulture from the State College. He taught biological courses for a year at Whitworth College, in Spokane, before returning to Yakima, where he taught high school for two years. About this time he married Elaine Fager.

The Sundquist family entered the apple business soon after arriving in the Yakima Valley. Around 1920, Ralph purchased his first orchard near Gleed. The Sunnyslope orchards did very well through the rest of the decade, raising a number of apple varieties for nationwide markets. These included the Starking Red Delicious. The early 1930s economic downturn nearly left Sundquist in financial ruin. In 1948, Sundquist and a colleague opened the Hansen Fruit and Cold Storage Company, in Yakima. He later established the Sundquist Fruit and Cold Storage Co. In 1966, he built a new controlled-atmosphere storage facility for processing, storing and shipping apples from his 850 acres of orchards and those of others.

Sundquist was an active member of the community. He was an early communicant of Yakima's First Presbyterian Church, giving much of his time and money. He made large contributions for improvements in the congregation's pipe organ in the 1940s and 1950s, and for stained glass windows. He was president of the Lower Naches Telephone Company, the the Yakima District Horticultural Society, and the Washington State Horticultural Association. He also as a board member of the Yakima YMCA, founding director of the Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital (later a trustee), director of the Yakima Valley College, and member of the Yakima School board. Sundquist also helped organize Yakima's first television station, KIMA-TV, and Yakima's educational television station.

Early in the 1950s, Ralph became a member of the Atomic Energy Commission's Personnel Advisory Board for the Hanford Project. He helped evaluate potential employees' security clearance applications. At this time, he also became a director of the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank's Seattle Branch. In 1963, Ralph and two dozen other regional agribusinessmen travelled around the world as part of the U.S. State Department's People-to-People cultural exchange program. They observed crop production methods in many developing middle eastern and Asian countries. Among his many honors for civic activities, Ralph Sundquist received the Boy Scouts of America's Silver Beaver Award for his commitment to the Fort Simcoe Council. He also won the Greater Yakima Valley Chamber of Commerce's Award of Merit for outstanding community service. He received the State College of Washington's Certificate of Merit.

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Scope and Contents note

Papers of Ralph Sundquist consist of correspondence, business documents, reports, enclosures, and brochures relating chiefly to apple growing and shipping, but also to Sundquist's civic endeavors with public education, junior colleges, hospitals, churches and the Federal Reserve System.

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Arrangement note

The present arrangement preserves a correspondence series that was present in the records when received by the Washington State University Libraries. Unfiled materials have been added to this basic series in places where apparent. Other parts of the had no filing order when received and have been arranged in several sequences that combine like materials. These tend to group papers around each of Sundquist's many civic interests. A last group of materials consists of a number of historically significant sales brochures, chiefly for agricultural equipment. These have been retained with the papers as a distinct series.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 1993

http://www.wsulibs.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 for research use.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Washington State University acquired the Sundquist Papers in 1980 (MS80-46) from the subject's son, Marvin V. Sundquist.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Seattle Branch
  • People-to-People (Organization)--History -- Archives
  • Stark Bro's Nurseries & Orchards Co.--History -- Archives
  • Washington State University--Alumni and alumnae

Geographic Name(s)

  • Yakima (Wash.)--History--Archives

Personal Name(s)

  • Sunsquist, Ralph R.--Correspondence --Archives

Subject(s)

  • Agriculture
  • Apple industry --Washington (State)--History--Archives
  • Apples -- Diseases and pests--Washington (State)--History
  • Apples -- Marketing--Washington (State)--History
  • Apples -- Storage--Washington (State)--History
  • City and Town Life
  • Land use, Rural --Washington (State)--History
  • Washington (State)

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Collection Inventory

Series 1. Correspondence, Statements, etc. 

Box-folder

Correspondence A, Misc. 

1 / 1

Assets and Liabilities of Ralph Sundquist 

1 / 2

Associated Oil Company, San Francisco 

1 / 3

Atlantic Commission Company, Fruits and Produce, Seattle 

1 / 4

Correspondence B, Misc. 

1 / 5

Noel Bakke, Wenatchee-Okanogan Cooperative Federation 

1 / 6

K. K. Baxter and M. L. Lee, Mortgage No. 1050, Yakima 

1 / 7

Albin Berg, Land Sale 1919-23 

1 / 8

Harry G. Braham, First Presbyterian Church, Yakima 

1 / 9

N. K. Buck, concerning Dr. Ferry 

1 / 10

Correspondence C, Misc. 

1 / 11

Sid B. Carnine, Inc., Carlot Broker and Distributor 

1 / 12

R. Bert Carter 

1 / 13

Chinook Hotel, Remodelling 1960-1969 

1 / 14

Wilson Compton, President, WSC 

1 / 15

Earle E. Corwin, Sunshine Ranch, Wapato 

1 / 16

Correspondence D, Misc. 

1 / 17

Davis Manufacturing Company, Davis, California 

1 / 18

De Laval Steam Turbine Co., Seattle office 

1 / 19

Correspondence E, Misc. 

1 / 20

Earl Fruit Company of the Northwest, Spokane 

1 / 21

Egg-Safety Carton Corporation, Chicago 

1 / 22

The Rev. Henry E. Ek, Swedish Evangelical Mission Church 

1 / 23

Correspondence F, Misc. 

1 / 24

Elaine Fager (Elaine Fager Sundquist) 

1 / 25

Fairbanks, Morse& Co., Seattle, Farm Engines 

1 / 26

Federal Land Bank, Spokane and Farm Credit Assoc., Yakima 

1 / 27

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Appointment as a Director of Seattle Branch 

1 / 28

The Rev. K. Forsman and Reuben Forsman, Cadillac, Michigan 

1 / 29

A. B. Fosseen & Co., Inc., Yakima, account statements 

2 / 30

Fruit Purchase Contracts, Statements 

2 / 31

Correspondence G, Misc. 

2 / 32

Growers Service Company, Yakima, account statements 

2 / 33

Guaranty Trust Company, Yakima 

2 / 34

Gwin, White & Prince, Inc., Seattle, apple brokers 

2 / 35

Corresponcence H, Misc. 

2 / 36

H & B Motor Car Co., Inc, Yakima, Moline Tractor dealer, account dispute 1919-20 

2 / 37

Florence Harrison, Dean of the College of Home Economics, WSC, apple v. orange controversy 1937 

2 / 38

F. D. Heald, Plant Pathologist, WSC 

2 / 39

Harold Hoegland, Dean, Yakima Junior College 

2 / 40

E. O. Holland, President, WSC 

2 / 41

Correspondence I, Misc. 

2 / 42

Correspondence J, Misc. 

2 / 43

C. Maurice Johnson, Oil Accountant, Wichita Falls, Texas 

2 / 44

Edward C. Johnson, Dean of the College of Agriculture, WSC 

2 / 45

Mrs. J. P. Johnson, Galesburg, Illinois 

2 / 46

Correspondence K, Misc. 

2 / 47

C. M. Kopp, Yakima, carlot shippers, account statements 

2 / 48

Correspondence L, Misc. 

2 / 49

W. J. Lane Co., Farm Lands, Loans, Ins., Fargo, N. Dak. 

2 / 50

Larson and Sundquist, growers 

2 / 51

Libby, McNeill & Libby, fruit buyer, statements and receipts 

2 / 52

Lindeman Power Equipment Co., Yakima, account statements 

2 / 53

Correspondence M, Misc. 

2 / 54

Magnolia Fertilizer Co., Seattle 

3 / 55

Martin General Agency and Yakima Investment Co. 

3 / 56

Catherine May, M.C. 

3 / 57

T. A. Merrill, WSC 

3 / 58

Miscellaneous 

3 / 59

O. M. Morris, Professor of Horticulture, WSC 

3 / 60

D. V. Morthland, Esq., regarding Sunnyslope Development Co. 

3 / 61

Correspondence N, Misc. 

3 / 62

Naches Cold Storage Co., Gleed, statements and receipts 

3 / 63

Naches Heights Nursery, Yakima, statements and receipts 

3 / 64

National Recovery Administration 

3 / 65

Nile Creek Lumber Co., Naches, invoices 

3 / 66

Correspondence O, Misc. 

3 / 67

A. L. Ostrander Fruit Co., receipts 

3 / 68

Correspondence P, Misc. 

3 / 69

Pacific Power and Light 

3 / 70

Pacific Power and Light, statements 

3 / 71

Walt Paeschke, Mabton 

3 / 72

Perham Fruit Co., Yakima 

3 / 73

Perham Fruit Co., Yakima, statements and contracts 

3 / 74

Personnel Security Board, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Hanford office 

3 / 75

Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co., Wiliam Laney 

3 / 76

Jack Preissner, Yakima 

3 / 77

Prentice Packing & Storage, Yakima, statements and receipts 

3 / 78

Correspondence R, Misc. 

3 / 79

Richey & Gilbert Co., Yakima Valley Fruits, Yakima 

3 / 80

Richey & Gilbert Co., statements and contracts 

4 / 81

Rumsey Pump Co., Seneca Falls, New York 

4 / 82

Correspondence S, Misc. 

4 / 83

C. S. Schaefer Company, Yakima 

4 / 84

Mrs. Arthur Segerquist (Louise Johnson), Valdez, Alaska 

4 / 85

Sellers & Stone, Yakima Valley Fruits, Yakima 

4 / 86

Sellers & Stone, statements and receipts 

4 / 87

Sizer & Co., Veneer Products, Tacoma 

4 / 88

H. R. Spinner, Wholesaler, Yakima 

4 / 89

Anthony Spuler, Entomologist, WSC 

4 / 90

Stark Bro's Nurseries & Orchard Co., Louisiana, Mo. 

4 / 91

Stubbs Fruit & Storage Co., Packers and Shippers, Yakima 

4 / 92

Stubbs Fruit & Storage Co., statements and receipts 

4 / 93

Hjalmar Sundquist 

4 / 94

Ralph Sundquist Family 

4 / 95

Sundquist v. McNeff 

4 / 96

Correspondence T, Misc. 

4 / 97

Taxes, Income, Federal Returns 1921-32 

4 / 98

Taxes, State, County, Local 1920-1939 

4 / 99

Correspondence U, Misc. 

5 / 100

Correspondence V, Misc. 

5 / 101

Correspondence W, Misc. 

5 / 102

Arthur Wallander, Chicago 

5 / 103

Warren & Co., Bulk Fruit, Yakima 

5 / 104

Washington Fruit & Produce Co., statements and receipts 

5 / 105

Washington Growers' Clearinghouse Association 

5 / 106

First Bank of White Bluffs, White Bluffs, Wash. 

5 / 107

Winthrop Orchards, Inc., Gleed 

5 / 108

Correspondence Y, Misc. 

5 / 109

Yakima Fruit & Cold Storage Co., Yakima 

5 / 110

Yakima Fruit Growers Association, part 1 

5 / 111

Yakima Fruit Growers Association, part 2 

5 / 112

Yakima Fruit Growers Association, C. D. Tracy 

5 / 113

Yakima Horticultural Club 

5 / 114

Yakima Mortgage Loan Co. and Yakima Mortgage \& Bond Co. 

5 / 115

Yakima Title Guaranty & Abstract Co., filings 

5 / 116

Yakima Trust Company, Yakima First National Bank 

5 / 117

Yakima Valley Growers' Spray Residue Committee 

5 / 118

Yakima Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) 

5 / 119

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Series 2. Subject Files 

Box-folder

American Institute of Agriculture, marketing pamphlets 

6 / 119

An Analysis of Orchard Operations as Related to . . . Employment and Relief Problems . . . Chelan County 

6 / 120

Miss S. I. Anthon, Yakima teacher 

6 / 121

Apple Grading, questionnaires, news articles, etc. 1930-1939 

6 / 122

Apple Packing, Cull Account, figures, etc. 1930-1939 

6 / 123

Apple Production Statistics, Sundquist Orchards 1925 

6 / 124

Apple Production Statistics 1920-27 

6 / 125

Apple Production, Study of a Pool 1925-26 

6 / 126

An Appreciation of E. A. Bryan, by R. C. McCroskey 

6 / 127

Automobile Registrations, Sundquist 1920-1939 

6 / 128

The Cause and Prevention of Storage Rots, W. A. Luce 1935 

6 / 129

A History of the Yakima-Tieton Irrigation Project, by Guy C. Finley 1970 

6 / 130

Bartlett Pear Commodity Comm., Pear Selling Prices 1933-34 

6 / 131

Codling Moth Traps, by Anthony Spuler, Wash. Ag. Expt. Stn. 

6 / 132

Cold Storage Building Fires, Yakima. news articles 1968 

6 / 133

Wilson Compton, press releases 

6 / 134

Wilson Compton, Resignation as WSC President, news articles 

6 / 135

Wilson Compton, Westminster Foundation, WSC 1950 

6 / 136

Current Transportation Problem of the Far West Apple Industry, by Chas. B. Bowling 1938 

6 / 137

Federal Reserve Bank 

7 / 138

Fruit Consumption Statistics 1950 

7 / 139

Fruit Grading Standards, State of Washington and Northwest Canners Association 1919-32 

7 / 140

The Gamma Theta Chapter of Beta Theta Pi, WSC, newsletter 

7 / 141

B. F. Goodrich Travelog, auto trip 1950 

7 / 142

History of Delicious Apple Variety 1962 

7 / 143

Alexander Hamilton Institute Correspondence Course Assignments 1923-25 

7 / 144

License for Handlers of Fresh Deciduous Tree Fruit Grown in... WA, OR, MT, ID 1934 

7 / 145

Luncheon Group, Chinook Hotel, photograph Dec. 1975 

7 / 146

Meet Ralph Sundquist, Walston Round-up Mar-65 

7 / 147

Naches-Selah Irrigation District, By-Laws, Bond Issue 1922 

7 / 148

Newspaper Articles, miscellaneous 

7 / 149

Northwest Fruit Industries, Inc 1930-1939 

7 / 150

Northwest Perishable Traffic Bureau 1941 

7 / 151

Orchard Management Advertisement on Alar, for Uniroyal, Photo of Marvin Sundquist 

7 / 152

The Outlook for Future Control of Codling Moth in Wenatchee-Okanogan District 1930-19369 

7 / 153

Pacific Coast Packer 8-Aug-36 

7 / 154

Photographs, Post Cards, miscellaneous 

7 / 155

Procedure and Information for Personnel Security Review Boards, Book No. 2, Hanford Operations Office, and other material 1951 

7 / 156

Real Estate Contract with Guaranty Trust Co., Yakima 

7 / 157

Recital Programs 

7 / 158

Rotary Club, Yakima chapter 

7 / 159

The Royal Order of Hairy Chested Men, Ralph Sundquist membership certificate 1932 

7 / 160

Roza Canal 

8 / 161

Silver Beaver Award, Boy Scouts of America 2/18/1963 

8 / 162

Some Believe-It-or-Not's of the Apple Industry, by Clyde D. Merchant 1935-1939 

8 / 163

Some Facts Connected with the Spray Residue Situation, 1930 

8 / 164

Some Marketing Problems, by E. A Smith 1930-1939 

8 / 165

Frank Stubbs . . . Yakima Pioneer and Community Leader, Yakima Valley Sun, Gary L. Jackson 9/18/1975 

8 / 166

Sundquist Apples, box label 

8 / 167

Sundquist Fruit & Cold Storage, From Tree to Trade, advertisement on letterhead 

8 / 168

Sundquist Fruit & Cold Storage, advertisement, The Packer 10/16/1976 

8 / 169

Elaine Fager Sundquist, biographical material 

8 / 170

Ralph Sundquist, newspaper articles on or by him 

8 / 171

Ralph Sundquist . . . Active Community Leader . . . Yakima Valley Sun, Grace Millay 11/13/1975 

8 / 172

To My Christmas Carol, by Hjalmar Sundquist 1948 

8 / 173

S.S. Virginia, menus from maiden voyage Dec. 1928-Jan. 1929 

8 / 174

William Hunter Volk, patent application for fungicide, insecticide, oil, 1924-26, and 1933 letter 1924-1926 1933 

8 / 175

Washington Nursery Co, trees sales brochure 

8 / 176

Washington State Horticultural Assn, annual meeting programs 

8 / 177

M.V. Yakima, Puget Sound Ferry, christening 1968 

8 / 178

Yakima Horticultural Club, attendence and dues 1920-1929 

8 / 179

Yakima Valley Fruit Trafic Assn, Statistical Book Revisions, 1960 

8 / 180

Yakima Valley Society for Spastics and Other Handicapped Persons, minute book 1946-1957 

8 / 181

Yakima Valley Traffic and Credit Association, Bulletin 79, Apple Grading Rules 1931 

8 / 182

Yakima YMCA, brochures 

8 / 183

Yakima YMCA, new building construction, dedication 1950-1959 

8 / 184

Yakima YMCA, newspaper feature articles 

8 / 185

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Series 3. Reports by Ralph Sundquist 

Box-folder

Agriculture in the Yakima Valley: Past, Present, and Future, 1960-1969 

9 / 186

An Analysis of Successes and Failures in Codling Moth Control in 1938. 

9 / 187

The Apple Boom, Pollenization, Fertilization, outline 1920 

9 / 188

Botanical Ink Drawings 1920 

9 / 189

Culture Media, 1920 

9 / 190

Cultures, 1920 

9 / 191

Economical Control of the Codling Moth in 1932. 

9 / 192

Farm Management Demonstrations in Yakima County, Washington, 1920 

9 / 193

A Farm Management Survey in the Selah Valley, 1920 

9 / 194

History of the State College. 

9 / 195

Interest in the Apple Industry 1950-1959 

9 / 196

Manuscript on Spraying Orchards 1930-1939 

9 / 197

Means of Accomplishing Orchard Tillage, 1920-1929 

9 / 198

Observations of the Apple Industry of California. 

9 / 199

Observations on the Pear Industry of California. 

9 / 200

Observations on Cold Weather Damage to Apples, Nov. 1935. 

9 / 201

Orchard Survey form 1915-1919 

9 / 202

Order of Work for Botany 56. Laboratory Work. 

9 / 203

Origins of the Northwest Apple Box . . . . 

9 / 204

Our Losing Battle Against Powdery Mildew of the Apple. 

9 / 205

Principles Underlying Pruning Practice, 7-Mar-34 

9 / 206

A Re-Arranged Farmstead, 1920-1929 

9 / 207

Reminiscences of Yakima College Founding, 1957 

9 / 208

Report, Codling Moth Control Experiments of Associated Oil Company, 1927-1928 

9 / 209

Report on Codling Moth Experiments using Pretrotine Products, 1927 

9 / 210

Should We have Federal Aid to Education, 1960-1969 

9 / 211

Statement of Ralph Sundquist: Marketing Agreement Hearing, May 13, 1958. 

9 / 212

Theoretical Farm Report, 1920 

9 / 213

Twenty Years Experience With Ammonium Sulphate, 1947 

9 / 214

Why Are Washington Apples so Frequently Not Delivered to the Consumer in Satisfactory Condition? 1945 

9 / 215

What Determines Apple Prices, 1950-1959 

9 / 216

What it Means to Practice Christian Principles in Everyday Business, Ralph Sundquist 

9 / 217

When We Hear the Dollar's Whisper. 

9 / 218

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Series 4. Civic Interests 

4.1 Lower Naches Telephone Company 

Box-folder

Articles of Incorporation 

10 / 219

Correspondence 1908-1955 

10 / 220

Historical Sketches 

10 / 221

Legal Documents 

10 / 222

Miscellaneous Papers 

10 / 223

News Articles 

10 / 224

Proposed Farmer Line Rate Increases by Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company. 

10 / 225

President's Report 1954 

10 / 226

Rural Telephone Loan Program, REA 

10 / 227

Stockholders' Meetings, Reports 1948-50 

10 / 228

4.2 First Presbyterian Church of Yakima 

Box-folder

Articles of Incorporation (1885) and Historical Chronology acquired from Wayne Walker 1969 

10 / 229

Budgets 1960-1969 

10 / 230

Building Remodeling 1965 

10 / 231

Camp Ghormley 1937-42 

10 / 232

Dedication for Addition to the Organ 1951 

10 / 233

Dedicatory Address, Piper Organ 1950 

10 / 234

J. Dupre, Correspondence 

10 / 235

History of First Presbyterian Church of North Yakima 

10 / 236

Information Regarding Boy Scouts of America, Troop # 1, First Presbyterian Chuch, Yakima . . . 

10 / 237

Miscellaneous 

10 / 238

New First Presbyterian Church, Dedicatory Pamphlet 1920-1929 

10 / 239

The New First Presbyterian Church Edifice, 1928 

10 / 240

Photographs of Organists 

Box-folder

David Craighead 

10 / 241

Marcel Dupre 

10 / 242

Flor Peeters 

10 / 243

Alexander Schreiner 

10 / 244
Box-folder

Pipe Organ Concert Programs 

10 / 245

Recollections by Reuben G. Benz 1968 

10 / 246

Alexander Schreiner, Correspondence 

10 / 247

Tower Talk, Welcome Howard Childers 22-Nov-74 

10 / 248

Voice of the Organ, KIT radio 1280 AM, Yakima 1945 

10 / 249

Ward Chapel 

10 / 250

The Windows of Heaven Were Opened, Windows of the First Presbyterian Church. 

10 / 251

The Yakima Presbyterian, various issues 

10 / 252

4.3 Yakima Public Schools 

Box-folder

Board of Directors Reports, etc., part 1 

11 / 253

Board of Directors Reports, etc., part 2 

11 / 254

J. Roy Brown 

11 / 255

Educational Television 

11 / 256

Minutes, Board of Directors Meetings 1950 

11 / 257

Minutes, Board of Directors Meetings 1951 

11 / 258

Minutes, Board of Directors Meetings 1952 

11 / 259

Minutes, Board of Directors Meetings 1953 

11 / 260

Miscellaneous Correspondence 

11 / 261

Newspaper clippings 

12 / 262

Nob Hill Staff, correspondence 1968 

12 / 263

Pamphlets and Programs 

12 / 264

Photographs and Plans for Jr. and Sr. High Schools 1960-1969 

12 / 265

Policies and By-Laws 

12 / 266

Vocational Training 

12 / 267

Yakima Public Schools, newsletter 

12 / 268

4.4 Yakima Public Schools Annual Reports, etc. 

Box-folder

Annual Reports, Financial and Statistical 6/30/1955 

13 / 269

Annual Reports, Financial and Statistical 6/30/1958 

13 / 270

Final Budget 1958-59 

13 / 271

Annual Reports, Financial and Statistical 6/30/1959 

13 / 272

Accident Summary 1959-60 

13 / 273

Handbook for Substitute Teachers Summer, 1959 

13 / 274

Library Handbook Fall 1959 

13 / 275

Final Budget for 1959-60 10/5/1959 

13 / 276

Annual Report on Curriculum Jun-60 

13 / 277

Final Budget for 1960-61 10/3/1960 

13 / 278

A Report on Evaluation of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Senior High School... 11/1/1960 

13 / 279

Professional Growth Handbook for Teachers and Administrators Nov-60 

13 / 280

Annual Reports, Financial and Statistical 6/30/1960 

13 / 281

Report on Yakima School District No. 7, by Div. of Municipal Corporations, State of Wash 5/22/1961 

13 / 282

Annual Reports, Financial and Statistical 6/30/1961 

13 / 283

Annual Curriculum Report for 1960-61 Summer 1961 

13 / 284

Preliminary Budget for 1961-62 

13 / 285

Final Budget for 1961-62 10/2/1961 

13 / 286

Annual Reports, Financial and Statistical 6/30/1962 

13 / 287

Preliminary Budget for 1963-64 4/8/1963 

13 / 288

Annual Reports, Financial and Statistical 6/30/1963 

13 / 289

Final Budget for 1963-64 10/7/1963 

13 / 290

Building Survey Feb-64 

13 / 291

Preliminary Budget for 1964-65 4/2/1964 

13 / 292

Teachers' Responsibility in Controversial Issues undated 

13 / 293

4.5 Yakima Valley College 

Box-folder

Proposal to Establish an Associate Degree in Nursing 1961 

14 / 294

An Evaluation Report 1961 

14 / 295

Self-Evaluation Report 1961 

14 / 296

Preliminary Budget for 1963-64 4/9/1963 

14 / 297

Final Budget for 1963-64 10/7/1963 

14 / 298

Report of Self Study for Accreditation 1971 

14 / 299

Harold A. Hoegland 

14 / 300

Misc. Correspondence 

14 / 301

Misc. Reports, Programs, etc 

14 / 302

Misc. Reports, typed drafts 

14 / 303

Newspaper clippings and newsprint annual reports 

14 / 304

Newspaper, The Galaxy 

14 / 305

Photographs, including images of Ralph Sundquist 

14 / 306

Ralph Sundquist, recalling his long interest in the College 

14 / 307

4.6 Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital 

Box-folder

Brochures, Pamphlets, Newsletters 1950-1979 

15 / 308

Construction of Addition, newspaper clippings 1970-1979 

15 / 309

Pledge Lists, Contributions for Construction 1946 

15 / 310

Women's Auxiliary 

15 / 311

4.7 People to People Citizen Ambassador Program, World Tour 1963 

Box-folder

Ambassador-of-Good Will Certificate, Secretary of State, State of Washington 

15 / 312

Guest List, American Embassy Residence, Rangoon, Burma 

15 / 313

William McC. Martin, Jr., Federal Reserve Board 

15 / 314

Catherine May, Member of Congress 

15 / 315

Mobil Oil Turk A.S. 

15 / 316

National Bank of Commerce 

15 / 317

Newspaper Clippings 

15 / 318

Newspaper Clippings, the Hurriyet, Istanbul, Turkey 

15 / 319

Photographs of tour group 

15 / 320

Program and Itinerary 

15 / 321

Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) 

15 / 322

Visitor Passes, U.S. Senate, House, and Capitol; and People to People identity badge 

15 / 323

4.8 State College of Washington Degrees and Awards 

Box-folder

Cadet Corps Warrant 1913 

15 / 324

Certificate of Merit 1953 

15 / 325

Diploma of Graduation, B.A. degree in Horticulture 1916 

15 / 326

Diploma of Graduation, B.S. degree in Horticulture 1916 

15 / 327

Diploma of Graduation, M.S. degree in Horticulture 1917 

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Series 5. Sales Brochures for Farm Machinery, etc. 

Box-folder

Allis-Chalmers Centrifugal Pumps 

16 / 329

American Cyanamid Co., The Story of Cyanamid 

16 / 330

Armco Iron, Coast Culvert and Flume Co, Portland 

16 / 331

Best Pumps, Jones-Best Pump Mfg. Co., Seattle 

16 / 332

Caterpillar Tractor 

16 / 333

Cletrac Crawler Tractors, Cleveland Tractor Co. 

16 / 334

John Deere Tractors, models A & B 

16 / 335

DeLaval Centrifugal Pumps 

16 / 336

Eisemann Types GS-4 & GS-4/2 Magnetos 

16 / 337

Fairbanks-Morse Horizontal Centrifugal Pumps 

16 / 338

Fordson Tractors 

16 / 339

Friend Mfg. Co., sprayers 

16 / 340

Ganong Botanical Apparatus Catalogue 

16 / 341

Household Furnace fuel systems, oil blowers and coal stokers 

16 / 342

Interstate Clay Products Co., storage and ice houses 

16 / 343

Killefer Implements, tillage equipment 

16 / 344

McCormick-Deering Tractor Manure Spreader No. 200 

16 / 345

Moline Leverless Disc Harrow 

16 / 346

Moline Universal Tractor 

16 / 347

Rumsey Triplex Power Pumps Catalog B-17 

16 / 348

Stark Bro's. Nurseries and Orchards Co. 

16 / 349

United Iron Works Pumps 

16 / 350

Ward's Invincible Triplex High Pressure Spray Pumps 

16 / 351

Ward's National Science Establishment Catalogue 

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Series 6. Oversize 

Box-folder

A Memento, Class of 1916, Golden Grad Reunion, Photos Washington State University May 27-29, 1966 

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Our Yakima High, school song 

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Debate Scoop, broad side, WSC 1915 

Oversized / 353

The Evergreen, 28-May-15 

Oversized / 353

Yakima Fruit Growers Association Grade and Packing Rules for Apples, 2 copies 

Oversized / 353

Who's Who on a portion of Yakima's Produce Row 

Oversized / 353

Thank you newspaper ad for participation in United Good Neighbors Campaign, Yakima Republic, includes cartoon likeness of Ralph Sundquist 6-9-1964 

Oversized / 353

Jewish Morning Journal ad for Wash. Apples, in Hebrew 

Oversized / 353

Lower Naches Telephone Company line maps, two sheets 

Oversized / 353

Tabulation of Bids on addition to Yakima Valey Jr. College 

Oversized / 353

Tabulation of Bids on construction of Whitney Elem. School 

Oversized / 353

Site Plan Elevation, A. C. Davis Sr. High School 1/4/1965 

Oversized / 353

Plot Plan, Hospital Building, Yakima 11/13/1948 

Oversized / 353

Unit Two Floor Plan, Yakima Valley Jr. College 8/1/1960 

Oversized / 353

Trust Account Cost/Profit ledger, two sheets 1957 

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Power Farming magazine, with article by Ralph Sundquist April 1, 1920 

Oversized / 353

Anniversary Edition, Yakima Valley News Souvenir Pictorial 1885-1960 

Oversized / 353

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