WA2.
Lloyd E. Smith, North Yakima, Washington. Washington Stereoscopic Views. 309. Naches Valley. Syphon on Congdon Ditch. In the foreground is a boy with a telescope. VG. $85

Nisqually Glacier
WA8. H.L. Toles View Co., Seattle, Washington. At the mouth of Nisqually Glacier. VG. $20

Guide Cutting Ice Steps
WA9. H.L. Toles View Co., Seattle, Washington. Guide cutting ice steps. VG. $20

The Beehive
WA10. H.L. Toles View Co., Seattle, Washington. The Beehive. VG. $20

Rafting Tug Boat on Puget Sound
WA11. Great Western View Co. Rafting Tug Boat on Puget Sound. VG. $40

McClure Rock
WA13. H.L. Toles View Co., Seattle, Washington. McClure Rock. VG. $25

Tacoma Docks wa15b
WA15. Coal Bunkers, Tacoma. Single image size of stereocard. G. $200

Tacoma Docks wa16b
WA16. Docks Tacoma. Single image size of stereocard. G. $175


WA17. C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. Cape Flattery, W.T., and Vicinity. Flattery Light-House at Tattooeh Island. VG. $200


WA18. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. Untitled view of saw mill. $125


WA19. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. Chambers’ Creek and Mill, Steilacoom, W.T. VG. $100


WA20. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. Cape Flattery, W.T., and Vicinity. Interior of Indian Camps at Cape Flattery. VG. $300


WA21. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. U.S. Marine Hospital, Port Townsend. G. $125


WA23. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. Port Townsend. VG. $175


WA24. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. City of Olympia. Main Street, Looking North. G. $200


WA25. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. Port Gamble. VG. $200


WA27. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. U.S. Government Prison, McNeil’s Island, W.T. VG. $175


WA28. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. U.S. Rev. Cutter Corwin.

The Thomas Corwin was a United States Revenue Cutter and subsequently a merchant vessel. These two very different roles both centered on Alaska and the Bering Sea. In 1912, Frank Willard Kimball wrote: “The Corwin has probably had a more varied and interesting career than any other vessel which plies the Alaskan waters.” The United States Revenue Cutter Thomas Corwin (aka the Corwin) was the first revenue cutter to regularly cruise the Bering Sea and the Arctic Ocean.[1] Built in the state of Oregon, she was finished and commissioned in San Francisco which remained her home port. In a 23-year federal career, she participated in the search for the USS Jeannette, landed scientific parties on Wrangel and Herald islands, shelled the Tlingit village Angoon, interdicted whiskey traffic, rescued shipwrecked whalers, contributed to the exploration of Alaska, and arrested seal poachers. She had at least eight captains during her federal career,[7] but is particularly associated with two: the cool and resolute Calvin L. Hooper and the volatile Michael Healy. She continued operating in the Bering Sea as a merchant and charter vessel after she was sold in 1900. As a merchant vessel, the SS Corwin started out as a support vessel for minerals exploration, and subsequently was extensively modified to carry passengers. She served coastal ports on Norton and Kotzebue Sounds, the Seward Peninsula, and the Bering Strait during the shipping season, and generally wintered in Puget Sound. She was the first steamer to reach Nome in the spring multiple years, and also frequently the last steamer out in the fall. Her Master through most of her commercial service was Ellsworth Luce West. She attempted to rescue the Karluk survivors from Wrangel Island and participated in the search for four missing Karluk crewmen in 1914. G. $150


WA29. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. Port Gamble, W.T. Masonic Hall. VG. $150


WA30. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. City of Olympia. Cong. Church. VG. $100


WA31. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. Cape Flattery, W.T., and Vicinity. Title listing on verso but no title indicated. Group of people on lawn of guest house playing croquet. VG. $125


WA32. 
C.J. Huntington, Olympia, Washington Territory. Cape Flattery, W.T., and Vicinity. Title listing on verso but no title indicated. Close view of group of people on lawn of guest house playing croquet. VG. $150


WA33. H.L. Toles View Co. Collection of 15 Views. One has a bent corner o/w G-VG. $150