Archive for August 1st, 2018

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, August 1, 1924

What more could a girl want than to enjoy the privileges of membership in the Ta-Ta-Pochon Camp Fire of Burnett? Ask any of the young ladies who appear in the group shown herewith and you’ll get an emphatic answer. California’s press agents couldn’t muster a finer bevy of feminine pulchritude in all of Mack Sennett’s legions than Burnett can boast.

From left to right they are: Ida Ellis, Audrey Parry, Margaret Murnan, Alma Johnson, Lee Dora Bumgarner, Mary Jackson, June Vernon, Hazel Miller, and Lee Miller. (more…)

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Originally published in the Seattle Star, August 1, 1902

Says mining town is impregnated with vice, and that prosecuting attorney should interfere to enforce decency and order

That he has failed in his efforts to control vice and crime in his own community and that it is now up to the highest peace officers of the county to take a hand in the game is the belief of Deputy Sheriff and Constable J.P. Morris, of Franklin, the largest coal mining town in the county, 32 miles southeast of Seattle. (more…)

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