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A Puyallup hop ranch near Tacoma, Washington Territory / drawn by Charles Graham.

A Puyallup hop ranch near Tacoma, Washington Territory / drawn by Char...

Four scenes of a hop ranch including Native Americans working in hop fields, a camp of hop-pickers, a hop house, and Native Americans in boats traveling to ranch.

Puyallup (Wash.) Assembly Center - Parcel post and a full postal service is maintained at the Center

Puyallup (Wash.) Assembly Center - Parcel post and a full postal servi...

Japanese Americans using postal service at Puyallup Assembly Center for letters and packages.

Puyallup (Wash.) Assembly Center

Puyallup (Wash.) Assembly Center

Photograph shows three interned Japanese men sitting by a wooden building with the words "The Waldorf Astoria" written over the doorway. U.S. Signal Corps Photo 9CA-42-2573-PSF. S 202. Title from item.

Puyallup (Wash.) Assembly Center - rafters from barrack buildings make convenient extensions for a clothesline

Puyallup (Wash.) Assembly Center - rafters from barrack buildings make...

By U.S. Army Signal Corps. Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. In volume: Japanese evacuation photos: Assembly Centers Puyallup, Sacramento, Salinas. No. 9CA-42-2503-PSF. "S 217."

U.S. Reports: Puyallup Tribe v. Dept. of Game, 391 U.S. 392 (1968)

U.S. Reports: Puyallup Tribe v. Dept. of Game, 391 U.S. 392 (1968)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 391; October Term, 1967; Puyallup Tribe v. Department of Game of Washington et al.

Storeroom in a great fruit-canning factory, at Puyaliup, Washington

Storeroom in a great fruit-canning factory, at Puyaliup, Washington

Stereograph showing workers in fruit canning storeroom. H97524 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright 1907 by Underwood & Underwood. U-105485. No. 9892. On mount: Works and Studios, Arlington, N.J., Westwood, N.J. Ti... more

Storeroom in a great fruit-canning factory, at Puyaliup, Washington

Storeroom in a great fruit-canning factory, at Puyaliup, Washington

Stereograph showing workers in fruit canning storeroom. H97524 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright 1907 by Underwood & Underwood. U-105485. No. 9892. On mount: Works and Studios, Arlington, N.J., Westwood, N.J. Ti... more

South Puyallup River Bridge, Spanning South Puyallup River at West Side Road, Longmire, Pierce County, WA

South Puyallup River Bridge, Spanning South Puyallup River at West Sid...

Significance: The South Puyallup River Bridge is characteristic of the "rustic style" of architecture employed by the National Park Service in the 1920s and 1930s. A facing of rubble masonry conceals the struc... more

South Puyallup River Bridge, Spanning South Puyallup River at West Side Road, Longmire, Pierce County, WA

South Puyallup River Bridge, Spanning South Puyallup River at West Sid...

Significance: The South Puyallup River Bridge is characteristic of the "rustic style" of architecture employed by the National Park Service in the 1920s and 1930s. A facing of rubble masonry conceals the struc... more

South Puyallup River Bridge, Spanning South Puyallup River at West Side Road, Longmire, Pierce County, WA

South Puyallup River Bridge, Spanning South Puyallup River at West Sid...

Significance: The South Puyallup River Bridge is characteristic of the "rustic style" of architecture employed by the National Park Service in the 1920s and 1930s. A facing of rubble masonry conceals the struc... more

West Side Road, Between Nisqually Road & North Fork Puyallup River, Longmire, Pierce County, WA

West Side Road, Between Nisqually Road & North Fork Puyallup River, Lo...

Significance: Begun as part of a "round-the-mountain" circuit road, the West Side Road was never completed. The road provides access to the southwest flank of Mount Rainier, but the ambitious plans to extend i... more

West Side Road, Between Nisqually Road & North Fork Puyallup River, Longmire, Pierce County, WA

West Side Road, Between Nisqually Road & North Fork Puyallup River, Lo...

Significance: Begun as part of a "round-the-mountain" circuit road, the West Side Road was never completed. The road provides access to the southwest flank of Mount Rainier, but the ambitious plans to extend i... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin, Pierce County, WA

McMillin Bridge, Spanning Puyallup River at State Route 162, McMillin,...

Significance: This is a rare example of a reinforced-concrete through truss bridge. The form of its members and details are unique. At the time of its construction it was thought to be the longest concrete tr... more

Ezra Meeker House, Third & East Meeker Streets, Puyallup, Pierce County, WA

Ezra Meeker House, Third & East Meeker Streets, Puyallup, Pierce Count...

Survey number: HABS WA-96 Building/structure dates: 1887 Initial Construction

Ezra Meeker House, Third & East Meeker Streets, Puyallup, Pierce County, WA

Ezra Meeker House, Third & East Meeker Streets, Puyallup, Pierce Count...

Survey number: HABS WA-96 Building/structure dates: 1887 Initial Construction

Ezra Meeker House, Third & East Meeker Streets, Puyallup, Pierce County, WA

Ezra Meeker House, Third & East Meeker Streets, Puyallup, Pierce Count...

Survey number: HABS WA-96 Building/structure dates: 1887 Initial Construction

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