• Invitation to the celebration of McMinnville Day at the Oregon State Building on 10 July 1909

    Invitation to the celebration of McMinnville Day at the Oregon State Building on 10 July 1909

    Printed invitation card for the reception with the program to be held at 11:00 and the reception to be held from 3:00 to 5:00.

    Identifier: mohai_ayp_2006.3.46.9

    Date: 1909

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  • Invitation from the Officers of the National Guard of Washington to a reception for the Interstate National Guard Association at the Washington State Building on 4 October 1909

    Invitation from the Officers of the National Guard of Washington to a reception for the Interstate National Guard Association at the Washington State Building on 4 October 1909

    National Guard of Washington

    Printed invitation particularly requesting the presence of ladies to the reception with dancing to be held at 9:30.

    Identifier: mohai_ayp_2006.3.46.8

    Date: 1909

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  • Descriptive catalogue of the collection of Japanese woods and photographs of forests exhibited at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, 1909

    Descriptive catalogue of the collection of Japanese woods and photographs of forests exhibited at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, 1909

    Japan. Noshomusho. Sanrinkyoku.

    Catalog containing descriptions of all the different types of wood from Japan as well as the photographs of Japanese national forests on display at the A.Y.P.E. Descriptions include "locality," "nature" (general physical description of the tree) and "uses." Includes Japanese names as well as Latin names for trees. 50 pages, 19 cm.

    Identifier: spl_ayp_2525440

    Date: 1909?

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  • Exposition notes

    Exposition notes

    A brief article reporting on the progress being made in terms of appropriation of funds to the A.Y.P.E. by participating states. Also includes biographical notes about the new director of works for the Exposition, Frank P. Allen, Jr. Coast 13.3 (March 1907): 202, illustrated.

    Identifier: spl_ayp_179583_mar1907

    Date: 1907

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  • Invitation from the City of Seattle by its mayor and council to visit the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition held in the city of Seattle between 1 June 1909 until 16 October 1909

    Invitation from the City of Seattle by its mayor and council to visit the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition held in the city of Seattle between 1 June 1909 until 16 October 1909

    City of Seattle

    Printed invitation to be sent to invitees and signed by the Mayor and President of the Council. With colored A.Y.P.E. seal. “The City of Seattle, by its Mayor and Council, extends to [space for invitee name] a cordial invitation to visit the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition to be held in this City from June the first to October sixteenth, one thousand nine hundred and nine. [signed] President of the Council, Mayor.”

    Identifier: mohai_ayp_2006.3.46.2

    Date: 1909

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  • Canadian display makes distinct impression

    Canadian display makes distinct impression

    A brief article discussing the Canadian Pavilion and the work of Commissioner William Hutchinson who "has assembled one of the most effective exhibits to be found at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition" (p. 24). Describes layout of exhibit and the various displays contained therein such as a displays for beavers, fish and other wildlife. Pacific Northwest Commerce magazine (official publication of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce) 1.4 October 1909: 24-26, illustrated.

    Identifier: spl_ayp_362611_oct1909_24

    Date: 1909

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  • Alaska-Pacific-Yukon Exposition

    Alaska-Pacific-Yukon Exposition

    An article containing two parts; the first part is a transcript of an essay/address by J. E. Chilberg on the purpose and scope of the A.Y.P.E. In it he notes "the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition will have for its prime motive the exploitation of the resources of the Pacific with Alaska as a center" (p. 289). The second part of the article concludes with a description of Alaska and other Pacific states and comments on the suitability of the University of Washington for an exhibition of this kind. Coast 12.6 (December 1906): 289-92 illustrated.

    Identifier: spl_ayp_179583_dec1906

    Date: 1906

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  • Anderson Map Co's 1909 official map of greater Seattle

    Anderson Map Co's 1909 official map of greater Seattle

    Firguson, Walter G.

    Large map of the city of Seattle and environs with A.Y.P.E. seal. Cadastral map. Black-line print. Scale [ca. 1:19,200]. 1,600 ft. = 1 in. 128 x 103 cm.

    Identifier: spl_ayp_2510925

    Date: 1909

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  • Catalogue of educational exhibits in the Washington Educational Building, A.-Y.-P. Exposition

    Catalogue of educational exhibits in the Washington Educational Building, A.-Y.-P. Exposition

    Craig, Dora Bella.

    Catalog of booths contained within the Educational Exhibit in the Educational Building. Organized by name of booths which are named after Washington counties and further divided into city/town "cabinets." 36 pages, 12 cm, illustrated.

    Identifier: spl_ayp_2528463

    Date: 1909

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  • Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition: speech of Hon. Samuel H. Piles of Washington in the Senate of the United States: Monday, February 3, 1908

    Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition: speech of Hon. Samuel H. Piles of Washington in the Senate of the United States: Monday, February 3, 1908

    Piles, Samuel Henry

    Printed version of speech given by Washington State Senator Samuel Henry Piles to the U.S. Senate on 3 February 1908. Senator Piles makes the speech for the purposes of calling the attention of the Senate to a bill requesting the participation of the government in the A.Y.P.E. Speech includes summaries of the purpose of the exposition, the benefits to the country of promoting the resources of the West (specifically those of Alaska) and a statement regarding the importance of the West to the rest of the nation. Includes appendix of climatological conditions of Alaska. 28 pages, 22 cm.

    Identifier: spl_ayp_557576

    Date: 1908

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