Here are a few more images from a box of 1968-1969 negatives by the photo staff of the Bremerton Sun:
***Remember, the only information I have on these images is what is written on the negative sleeve which is then typed in beneath the photos seen below.
A few images found:
- SK High students with levy signs.
- Ladies manning the phones at the headquarters for American Independent Party presidential candidate George Wallace.
- My favorite image of this scanned group is the photo of kids in a boat looking picking up boards as the Silverdale Hotel burns in the background.
- Harvey’s Hot Butter Rum and founder.
- A portrait of a retiring ticket taker when cross Sound fares were only $1.80!
- A lot of photos of Ice skating in these years which is intriguing to see because I can’t imagine lakes freezing over out here making ice skating a possibility.
- Students listening to a lecture in their African American History Class at Olympic College.
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***I also feel the need to put small plea on this post because of some slightly unscrupulous re-postings – if you are going to share these photos around social media and what not (which is totally fine) PLEASE credit the Kitsap Sun. These are our old but still copyrighted images and it is important to note that they are credited to us. ***