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Pacific Northwest Quarterly Volume 76 Number 3 (July 1985)


ARTICLES

Arts Activists and Seattle's Cultural Expansion, 1954-65: Increasing "in Beauty as It Increases in Size." Janice Peck

Big Lumber in the Inland Empire: The Early Years, 1900-1930. John Fahey

Inland Empire Lumbering: Frank Palmer's Photographic Record of an Industry, 1989-1920.


RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW

Starr, Inventing the Dream, by Doris H. Pieroth

Tuska and Piekarski, eds., The Frontier Experience, by Richard W. Etulain

Cumming, Sketchbook, by Martha Kingsbury

Spence, ed., The Expeditions of John Charles Frémont, Vol. 3, by W. N. Davis, Jr.

Williams, Duff, by Robin Fisher

Lembcke and Tattam, One Union in Wood, by Carlos A. Schwantes

Singer, U.S. National Bank of Oregon and U.S. Bancorp, 1891-1984, by E. Kimbark MacColl

Saalfeld, Forces of Prejudice in Oregon, 1920-1925, by Eckard Toy

Simon, ed., The Papers of Ulysses S. Grant, Vol. 11 and 12, by Robert W. Johannsen


Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Jeanne Engerman


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