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Frank Howell exhibit at Snoqualmie Valley Museum
 
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Frank Marcus Howell: Fall City Photographer

Frank Howell was born in 1884 in Minnesota. He and his wife, Iva moved to Fall City in 1905 and built a home. Frank was employed for a time as a sawyer for McCann’s Shingle Mill. He bought photographic equipment, loaded it on a wagon pulled by horses and took photographs of local subjects.

Pioneers of North Bend and Vicinity
Pioneers of North Bend and Vicinity
who have been here for 20 years or more
July 4, 1910
The Main Street of Fall City, WASH
The Main Street of Fall City, Washington
Fall City Decorated for Visit of Great White Fleet
c 1908
Mildred Julia and Orpha Jennings Allen
Mildred Julia and Orpha Jennings Allen
Daughters of North Bend Pioneers
James and Viola Allen
August 17, 1909
View of Fall City, Washington
View of Fall City, Washington
Fall City and Fall City Bridge
c 1910

Wildcat Caught in Trap by Davis Rutherford
Wildcat Caught in Trap by Davis Rutherford
Fall City, Washington
c 1910
Mt Si over 4000 ft High
Mt Si over 4000 ft High
c 1910

Construction of Chicago-Milwaukee Railroad Bridge over Tokul Creek, Cross and Cheadbourn Contractors, George Gernaey, Forman
Construction of Chicago-Milwaukee Railroad Bridge over Tokul Creek, Cross and Cheadbourn Contractors, George Gernaey, Forman
c 1909
Moonlight on the Snoqualmie
Moonlight on the Snoqualmie
c 1910

Pioneers of North Bend and Vicinity
Pioneers of North Bend and Vicinity
who have been here for 20 years or more
July 4, 1910
Northern Pacific Rail Road
Northern Pacific Rail Road
Near North Bend, Washington
c 1910

Snoqualmie Fire Department
Snoqualmie Fire Department
Snoqualmie Fire Department's First Truck
c 1939
Fireman's Carnival
Fireman's Carnival
Parade in Snoqualmie
c 1940

 
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