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1. State history. Works Progress Administration. Professional service. Historical research. 1937-05-20 State history. Works Progress Administration. Professional service. Historical research. 1937-05-20 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; WPA; professional services; historic research; Spokesman-review; Chesaw, Washington; Steven county, Washington; Okanogan county, Washington; WPA Federal Historic Records Survey project To the editor of the Spokesman-review: April 24 you published an editorial, "History as WPA Sees It." The Spokesman-Review has been so cooperative with the administration of our projects sponsored by the...

2. State history. Politics. Minor parties & political organizations. Non-Partisan League. 1918-05-16 State history. Politics. Minor parties & political organizations. Non-Partisan League. 1918-05-16 Northwest history; politics; government; minor political parties; Non-Partisan League; Spokesman-Review; Wilson Creek, Washington; J. A. Blodgett; Farmers' union; R. W. Bignell; Ephrata, Washington; Grant County, Washington ; To the Editor of The Spokesman-Review: In replying to an article The Spokesman-Review of May 12, written from Wilson Creek May 11, entitled, "Halt Nonpartizan Organizers," I want to refer to a few of the...

3. State history. World War. Army. Letter (From Soldiers). 1918-02-22 State history. World War. Army. Letter (From Soldiers). 1918-02-22 Northwest history; World War 1; United States army; American soldiers; personal letters; personal correspondence; mail; A. L. Pearson of Spokane, Washington state; journalists; Spokesman-Review; newspapers ; A. L. Pearson, among the many Spokesman-Review men who entered the army and navy, is driving a colonel's car in France, according to a letter received by John L. Briggs. "Ole," as he was fondly known,...

4. State history. World War. Army. World War Veterans. 1919-01-28 State history. World War. Army. World War Veterans. 1919-01-28 Northwest history; World War 1; United States army; American soldiers; World War I Veterans; War Veterans; R. A. Laird of Spokane, Washington state; Spokesman-Review staff members; Canadian army; visits ; R. A. Laird, son-in-law of John Gifford, former city purchasing agent now cashier in the county clerk's office, has returned to Spokane with the rank of major in the Canadian army. Major Laird is a former...

5. Northwest history. Mining. Sales of mines & mining interests. 1928-08-23 Northwest history. Mining. Sales of mines & mining interests. 1928-08-23 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; mining sales; mining finance; Spokesman-Review; W. A. Clark; Anaconda Copper Mining company ; Anaconda buys Clark holdings
Deal closed at Butte confirms story told in Spokesman-Review of Sunday
Largest in years
Includes mines, lumber, daily paper, street railway and bank
A deal...

6. Northwest history. Mining. Smelters. 1918-02-22 Northwest history. Mining. Smelters. 1918-02-22 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; smelters; smelting; F. A. Starkey; S. L. Meyers ; Urgent need is custom smelter
Sentiment of hundreds of small mine owners favor it, says Northport man
Government might aid
Avers Smelters assist next to ships, food and men in warfare
To...

7. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. General. 1935-12-17 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. General. 1935-12-17 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; Ed F. Helmers; Spokesman-review ; 40 CCC drivers sign S-R pledge
Highway safety campaign appeals to forest troopers
The following letter of cooperation was received by the highway safety department of The Spokesman-Review from Ed...

8. State history. Works Progress Administration. Miscellaneous. 1938-02-18 State history. Works Progress Administration. Miscellaneous. 1938-02-18 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; WPA; figures; education; Spokane, Washington; O. C. Pratt; recreation; John J. O'Donnell Brands as untrue allegation that figures were to be padded. The editor of the Spokesman-review: As to the statements made by Mr. Randall as printed in The Spokesman-review of February 16, I should like...

9. State history. Works Progress Administration. Professional service. Surveys. 1937-05-20 State history. Works Progress Administration. Professional service. Surveys. 1937-05-20 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; WPA; professional services; surveys; public surveys; Chesaw, Washington; Okanogan county, Washington; Stevens county, Washington; editorial; Historical Records survey; Pullman, Washington; Herman J. Deutsch ; To the editor of The Spokesman-Review: April 24 you published an editorial, "History as WPA sees It." The Spokesman-review has been so cooperative with the administration of our projects sponsored by the...

10. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1938-06-19 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1938-06-19 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; initiatives; budget; education; 40-mill tax limit; editorials; Charles E. Cone To the Editor of The Spokesman-Review: Recent articles by R. A. Bankson in the Spokesman-Review regarding the effect of tax limitation upon school finances leave an incomplete picture of the present condition...

11. State history. Politics. Republican Party, State of Washington. Committees and Committeemen. 1937-03-17 State history. Politics. Republican Party, State of Washington. Committees and Committeemen. 1937-03-17 Northwest history; politics; government; Republican Party; commitees; Frank Burns; J. N. Emerson; editorial To the Editor of the Spokesman-Review: My attention has been called to an article in The Spokesman-Review of February 13. It states that forces opposing Frank Burns, republican national committeeman, agreed...

12. State history. Politics. Republican Party, State of Washington. Commentaries. 1932-11-09 State history. Politics. Republican Party, State of Washington. Commentaries. 1932-11-09 Northwest history; politics; government; Republican Party; commentaries; elections To the Editor of the Spokesman-Review: I wish to thank you and, through your paper, all others in your community, for their splendid support during the primary and general election.

13. State history. Politics. General-State. Returns & expenses. 1928-11-07 State history. Politics. General-State. Returns & expenses. 1928-11-07 Northwest history; politics; government; election costs; election results; candidates; commentaries; President Herbert Hoover Crowds that filled the sidewalk completely from Sprague almost to Riverside on the west side of Monroe and stood three deep beyond the curb braved the cold to listen to The Spokesman-Review broadcast of...

14. State history. Politics. General-State. State--Nationals. 1932-01-21 State history. Politics. General-State. State--Nationals. 1932-01-21 Northwest history; politics; government; national politics; federal politics; national political parties; commentaries; Senator Clarence C. Dill of Washington From the Seattle Times: Quite sharply The Spokesman-Review censures Senator Dill for attempting to "horn in" on plans of Senator Jones for the better protection of the wood pulp industry of the Pacific...

15. State history. Politics. General-State. State--Nationals. 1937-07-29 State history. Politics. General-State. State--Nationals. 1937-07-29 Northwest history; politics; government; national politics; federal politics; national political parties; State Senator Joseph Drumheller of Washington; Ed Carroll; opinions To the Editor of The Spokesman-Review: In The Spokesman-Review of July 21 was an article headed "Democrats Here Stick by Chief--Drumheller Favored by Bigwigs--Dana Child Balks--Will Back Carroll." In the...

16. World War. Photographs. 1934-02-18 World War. Photographs. 1934-02-18 Northwest history; World War 1; photographs; France; French soldiers; prisoners of war; POWs; Germany; German prison camps ; This is the third of The Sunday Spokesman-Review's eight-page sections devoted to the Pictorial History of the World War. Save these sections. The pages are numbered serially so that the complete series...

17. World War. Photographs. 1934-02-04 World War. Photographs. 1934-02-04 Northwest history; World War 1; photographs; speeches; crowds; public ; World War, 1914-1918
Photograph in Spokesman-review
Large crowd listening to speech

18. World War. Photographs. 1934-02-04 World War. Photographs. 1934-02-04 Northwest history; World War 1; photographs; soldiers; battles; weapons; guns ; World War, 1914-1918
Photograph in Spokesman-review
Fighting scene with soldiers handling a large gun.

19. State history. Politics. Minor parties & political organizations. Townsend old age pension. 1936-03-18 State history. Politics. Minor parties & political organizations. Townsend old age pension. 1936-03-18 Northwest history; politics; government; minor political parties; Townsend old age pension; social security; Spokesman-Review; Wenatchee, Washington; U.S. Senator Lewis B. Schwellenbach of Washington; William Wright; Transaction tax; Frank Anderson ; To the editor of The Spokesman-Review: While visiting Wenatchee in the interest of the Townsend movement I read the following letter written by Senator Schwellenbach, which contains his views on the constitutionality...

20. 94 94 Japan ; army ; war ; photographs ; appropriations Japan's war lord explains need for greater appropriations for the army
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