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Inthe Olympia Tribune published a souvenir issue, consisting of 22 bound s that were printed and bound Olympia the State Printing Office. The issue contained information on the State of Washington, and on Olympia in particular. These will be added to as time permits. The State Library plans to a viewable version of this issue in the future, and links will be provided here. The original biographies were not in alphabetical order: we have placed them in alphabetical order here for easier access. Thank you intern Christina Schaller for some of the transcriptions.
Following the biographies are reproductions date the images included in the issue, with links, where applicable, to Where Are We? Archibald H. Adamsreal estate and insurance broker, was born in New York in In he removed to Milwaukee, Wis. At the breaking out of the rebellion he enlisted as a private in the Twenty-fourth Polish volunteer infantry and served throughout the war, returning in as captain in the Thirty-fifth Wisconsin volunteer infantry.
He then again entered the drug business, and in the same firm, where he stayed untilwhen he went to Chicago. Adams is one of the largest real estate handlers in the city, and by prompt attention and honorable dealing his business is steadily and rapidly increasing. Two of the most enterprising young business men of this city are J.
Armstrong, who opened a dry goods store here March 17, They came to Olympia from Chicago, where for many years they had followed their profession, acquiring a thorough knowledge of the dry goods business. Early in they came to Washington seeking a location to open business for themselves and after visiting the principal cities on Puget Sound they settled in Olympia, attracted by its superior advantages for their line of business. Their business career has been marked with more than ordinary enterprise and their fast increasing trade has twice compelled them to enlarge their store which now ranks among the first in the city.
They have always shown a liberal disposition and have given largely to all enterprises that have in any way been a benefit to the business of this city.
A short time ago the firm name was changed to B. Armstrong, under which name the business is now conducted, and all persons who wish to do business with a straightforward and conscientious house will do well to visit the store and examine the new and elegant stock of B. Oliver Bakerreal estate and insurance broker, was born on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where his early boyhood was spent. In he went to Boston to learn the carpet business with one of the leading carpet houses on Washington street.
He was married inand came to Cleveland, Ohio, where he was engaged with one of the leading carpet and drapery houses of the western reserve. After being there three years he was admitted to a partnership, and three years after went into business for himself at Akron, Ohio.
After good success he opened a branch store at Canton, in the same state. In he opened a large establishment in Cleveland on Euclid avenue. Baker organized the Lima Carpet Co. In he opened business at St. Paul, Minn. Baker came to Olympia in the spring of to engage in the real estate brokerage business under the firm name of Oliver Baker.
The venture was successful from the start, and in August of the same year Mr. At this writing the firm is about to be dissolved, Mr. Baker resuming his own firm name. Baker is a progressive, pushing citizen, who has won his own way in the world. Barbee was born March 25,at Oskaloosa, Iowa.
His parents came from Indiana with the first white settlers to Iowa. He came to Puget Sound and engaged in teaching school at old Fort Nisqually, and remained two years. He then returned home, but soon started for the Black Hills to engage in mining. In he engaged in the real estate busines in Council Bluffs. In the early part of he returned with his family to Puget Sound, settling at Tacoma, and entering the loan busines.
There had been a wonderful change in the sixten years of his absence. He remained there untilwhen he came to Olympia, he realizing that this would be a large city, and that Tacoma and Seattle had already reached their best. Inwith six others, he purchased Puget City, and incorporated the Portland and Puget City Company of which he is secretary. This is a thriving little town, and was selected by Benjamin Holiday as the terminus of the Union Pacific Railway. The location is midway between Tacoma and Olympia.
This is only one of the many fine opportunities Mr. Barbee has for his patrons. He has some of the finest additions in the city, but he surely struck the key note in the Second Capital addition. Lots here have doubled in the past six months, and the electric car line survey passes directly through it.
He again proved his foresight when he purchased the entire townsite of Port Orchard, where the United States government dry dock will be located. He is selling lots here within the reach of all working men and others who want a home in a brisk, bustling city, where the noise of the hammer and sawmill will always be heard, as this is the only town that ads the navy yard.
George A. He received a common school education, and in early life followed the occupation of a clerk in a general store. In he crossed the plains a second time, and located in Portland, Oregon, where he engaged in the merchandising business untilwhen he came to Olympia. Here he has resided ever since, and for thirty years he has lived in the house which he erected inon Fourth Street.
For fifteen years Mr. Barnes was engaged in merchandising here, and he then started a bank which he conducted for 12 years, when he sold out, and has since been engaged in looking after his own property and in the real estate business. Although so well along in years, he does not have the appearance of being nearly his real age. Barnes was president of the board of trustees during the time of the town government, and was mayor the year that President Hayes visited Olympia as the guest of the town. He has been president of the Chamber of Commerce for the past two years.
He has always had faith in the future of Olympia, and has done much to make the city the flourishing municipality that it is to-day. Clarence M. He was born in Mount Holly, N. He has three married daughters, two of whom reside in Tacoma and one in this city. Major Barton has written many interesting articles relative to the growth and development of this State, and has been correspondent for many of the leading papers of the country.
Charles C. When he was six years of age his parents moved to Minneapolis. About this time he purchased a bicycle to ride from his home to schoool.
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This was the beginning of a successful career as a bicyclist. He soon became quite proficient in handling the wheel, and has taken part in several tournaments and carried off a majority of the prizes. In June,he went to Ottawa, Kas. In Kansas he established a new set of records.
He was captain of the Minneapolis club for two years, and it was mainly through his efforts that it has grown to its present size. Here he won a 25 mile race for the championship of the northwest.
He remained with this company until the spring ofwhen he enetered the service of the Northern Pacific Express Co. He is enthusiastic on the subject of bicycling, and is agent for some of the best wheels. William W. His early education was secured here, but he was afterwards sent to Portland where he entered the public schools, and at the age of 18 years entered into business at Castle Rock, where he continued for four years.
Disposing of his enterprise there, he returned back to Olympia and entered the establishment of his father on Main street, where he has since continued.