General Store - 1853
Title:
General Store - 1853
Port Gamble Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1853 by the crew of the "Julius Pringle" as a trading center. The residents of Port Gamble used the General Store for trading with the Indians at Little Boston, located directly across the quay from Port Gamble. The store was restored by Pope & Talbot in 1972.


The Walker, Ames House
Title:
The Walker, Ames House
Port Gamble Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1887-1889 From this stately Victorian mansion of five fireplaces, the resident manager kept his eye on the mill. William Walker, who sailed to Port Gamble from Maine, occupied the house first. Edwin G. Ames, also of Maine, later got the manager's job, Walker's daughter and the house. With Pope & Talbot for more than 50 years, Ames was a distinguished civic leader and collector of books and recordings.



Picnic Ground, Water
Title:
Picnic Ground, Water
Port Gamble Washington (WA), Real Photo unused


View of Port Gamble
Title:
View of Port Gamble
Port Gamble Washington (WA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Port Gamble is a historical lumber town on the northern end of Kitsap Peninsula near the western end of the Hood Canal Floating Bridge on one of the main routes to the Olympic Peninsula



Port Gamble, Washington
Title:
Port Gamble, Washington
Port Gamble Washington (WA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Port Gamble is a historical lumber town on the northern end of Kitsap Peninsula near the western end of the Hood Canal Floating Bridge on one of the main routes to the Olympic Peninsula


Bird's Eye View of Town - from new chimney top
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Town - from new chimney top
Port Gamble Washington (WA), Real Photo



The Puget
Title:
The Puget
Port Gamble Washington (WA), Real Photo unused


Hotel Puget
Title:
Hotel Puget
Port Gamble Washington (WA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905





Total: 8 Items