Machinery and equipment
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
John Adrian Rademaker and his sister, Annie Cornelia Rademaker, 1324 South L. St., Tacoma, demonstrating the Washington Car Lifter. There are 2 copies.
[Construction of Bonneville Dam. Images by R.W. Oliver and Bichel; most unsigned. Shows housing, equipment, excavation, construction, spillways. Some workers named.], 1934
[Crew poses by water wagon and steam tractor driving belt to threshing machine. Photog attrib], 1890s c
Front of Mendenhall Glacier. CLA: looking west across the end toward Arro(?) Lake. Power House of Treadwell mine at foot in front of the ice., 1916
Gates for Pendleton's first waterworks, 1887. [Men inside machine shop with array of valves: Sanders, Albert Bowman, Brean Wilks [?], Charlie [?], Frank McCoy, W.S. Bowman, G.W. Smatherling [?]. Photog attrib.], 1887
Mounted on advertising board from Pendleton, c. 1890.
[Harvesting crew with horse-drawn combine. View across ripe wheat field to group of men on a combine, pulled by 20-animal mixed horse and mule team. A small wagon stands to side.], 1890 c
[Mechanical contraption consisting of a set of stairs leading up to three tiers, on a round pedestal.], not yet assigned
Office of Robert A. Miller [Attorney's office with roll-top desk and stenographer's workstation. Robert A. Miller, lawyer; Lilian M. Hackleman, stenographer; C.C. Lewis, client; and H. G. Lake, atty. View out windows to other downtown buildings.], 1910s-1920s
Powerhouse, Mendenhall Glacier. CLA: Power House of the Treadwell mill at Mendenhall Glacier, 16 miles from Juneau, Alaska., undated
The collection contains a letters patent issued on June 19, 1883 to James C. Smith, of The Dalles, Oregon, for his invention of an improved hand-powered drilling machine (no. 279,834). The collection also includes a leather envelope pouch.