Search Term Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
Name Politics, WA State

Associated Records

Image of 2008-009.004 - 1989 King County Commemorative Centennial Map

2008-009.004 - 1989 King County Commemorative Centennial Map

1889-1989 King County Commemorative Centennial Map

Image of 2011-008.031 - 1882 King Co. Poll Tax Receipt, 1935 WA State Tax Scrip

2011-008.031 - 1882 King Co. Poll Tax Receipt, 1935 WA State Tax Scrip

Receipt for David Thomas for County Poll Tax Fee for 1882 in King County, Washington Territory and 1935 State of Washington Tax Token Scrip "Tax on purchase of 10 cents or less"

Image of 2015-005.001 - Legal summary, early 1920s case

2015-005.001 - Legal summary, early 1920s case

Brief of Appellant: A.J. and Hattie Bush vs. The County of King -published December 17, 1924 for the Supreme Court of the State of Washington -8 ½ x 6 ½ in -Soft bound book. A briefing document for the appellant (King County) in a Washington State Supreme Court case. A.J. and Hattie Bush brought the case against King County, complaining that the county was responsible for flood waters from the Snoqualmie River that damaged their land in December 1921. The jury returned a verdict to award the plaintiff $6500 in damages, and the defendant appealed. This document is from the appellant case.

Image of 2015-005.002 - Legal document, appeal to 1921 decision

2015-005.002 - Legal document, appeal to 1921 decision

Brief of Respondents: A.J. and Hattie Bush vs. The County of King -published December 17, 1924 for the Supreme Court of the State of Washington -8 ½ x 6 ½ in -Soft bound book. A briefing document for the respondents (A.J. and Hattie Bush) in a Washington State Supreme Court case. A.J. and Hattie Bush brought the case against King County, complaining that the county was responsible for flood waters from the Snoqualmie River that damaged their land in December 1921. The jury returned a verdict to award the plaintiff $6500 in damages, and the defendant appealed. This document is from the appellant case.

Image of 2012-002.001 - Local and National political buttons over the years

2012-002.001 - Local and National political buttons over the years

Scans of a wide variety of political buttons, covering a large time period. Most pertaining to presidential elections, or Washington State elections. See images for examples and attached pdf for summary of buttons.

Image of 2012-002.002a-d - State and national political buttons

2012-002.002a-d - State and national political buttons

Variety of political buttons, duplicates from the donor's collection a - four buttons from the 1988 Gary Hart presidential campaign b - IKE, DICK, They're for you (Eisenhower, Nixon) Mondale, Ferraro Dukakis for President, 1988 Clinton, Gore, 1996 Kerry, Edwards 2004 "Fermez la Bush" c - I Like Mike (Lowry) Hands Off Washington Darcy Burner, Democrat for Congress d - Christine Gregoire, for Attny General and for Governor President Nixon, Nixon/Lodge Voting Booth, Booth Gardener (signature) John Kerry, President

Image of 2013-001.003 - Beaver Top Hat

2013-001.003 - Beaver Top Hat

This top hat, referred to as "beaver" by donor, was owned by Almus Rutherford, who is said to have been elected Commissioner (presumeably for King County) in 1878, Washington Territory era. He also served later in the 1900s as King County Commissioner. See attached pdf of page 19, Jack's History of Fall City, about Almus and Jesse Rutherford. The hat was passed on to donor's family by Jesse Rutherford. Marion and John Querro used it as part of their Fall City Centennial costumes in 1972.