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by Stephanie Horn | January 29th, 2010

Archives note cards 2

… Washington-themed note cards are being sold for bargain prices through the Secretary of State’s Office!?  The Archives Division recently slashed prices for three separate packages of note cards:

Early Statehood note cards are scanned images of Washington trademark designs from 1892 and 1895; this pack includes eight cards and envelopes for $3.

The Salmon Run note cards feature salmon trademark designs from1982 and 1897; eight cards and envelopes are being sold for $4.

And, the Asahel Curtis note cards display beautiful scenes of Washington landscapes taken in 1925. Twelve cards and envelopes for $5.

Proceeds go to fund Archives programs and services. To take advantage of these low prices by visiting the Secretary of State’s online store, stopping by the Archives building, or sending an email to Jennifer.Baga@sos.wa.gov

One Response to “Didyaknow…?”

  1. Tim Richardson says:

    Thanks, love them.

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