Pictorial Past | House moving day

A crew in the early 1940s moves the former Lanphere house from its original location, three-fourths of a mile southeast of Lamoine, 13 miles into Waterville.
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Pictorial Past | Governor attends park dedication

Washington State Gov. Clarence D. Martin, center, attends the dedication of the new city park in Waterville in 1936. (Provided photo/Myrna Nelson...
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Pictorial Past | Dancers gather at The Barn

The Barn in East Wenatchee, shown during June of 1963, was a popular venue for square dancing over the years.
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Pictorial Past | New funeral home planned

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Letts of Waterville look over plans for their new funeral home being built on Rock Island Road in East Wenatchee in May of 1960.
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Pictorial Past | Self-service cannery in East Wenatchee

Mrs. Neil Gellatly of Wenatchee hauls a pulley-load of freshly canned fruit out of the cooling vat at the self-service cannery on Rock Island Road in East Wenatchee during the fall of 1960. She canned over 300 quarts of fruit that season. Many local women preferred going to the cannery to eliminate the muss in their own kitchens. The steaming and lidding process also insured safe keeping and a...
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Pictorial Past | Attending school at Mansfield

Students from the first four grades of Mansfield School are shown with their teachers in 1946. Recognize anyone? Let us know by emailing weekly@empire-press.com. (Provided photo/Wenatchee World...
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Pictorial Past | Withrow hardware store

The J.E. Andrews hardware store supplied the town of Withrow in Douglas County from 1910 to 1945.
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Pictorial Past | Eastside church rises

The new Grant Landmark Missionary Baptist Church on S. Kentucky Avenue in East Wenatchee is shown in August of 1960 prior to its completion.
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Pictorial Past | Rail line’s last run

The Mansfield-Douglas line made its last run on March 2, 1985. A crowd gathered in Douglas for the farewell. (Provided photo/Wenatchee World...
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Pictorial Past | Grange construction

The East Wenatchee Grange Hall is under construction in 1948. The building was officially dedicated in January of 1949. (Provided photo/Wenatchee World...
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