- SIE 4-264
Part of Manuscript Collection
Contains three folders. The first folder contains: A newspaper add in the Washington Post for 1 June 1939 for Kristoferson’s Dairy greeting Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Martha of Norway to Seattle, A clipping dated about 1928 about Blindheim’s dairy winning first prize in a contest, A clipping dated 15 April 1941 entitled “Norwegian Ship Engineer Flies Here for Visit After 33 Years” about Anton and Ole Blindheim, brothers, reuniting after thirty-two years, A clipping with a picture advertising a performance by Ole and his grandson, Dale, at the Tacoma YMCA. The second folder contains early snapshots: Ole as a child, Ole’s mother circa 1910, Ole’s grandparents Mikal and Gunhild Blindheim (Ole’s father’s father from Nordfjord), Ole’s father Rasmus Mikelsen and his third wife, Ole and Anna Blindheim’s wedding picture from 1919, Ole and Nick in Alaska about 1909, Ole in 1909 during the Alaska Yukon Exposition, Ole wearing a cowboy hat with a group of men in front of Smyser’s Hotel in Chatanika 1910, Nick and Ole in the mines, two pictures of the Ester Creek mine shaft, Blindheim family in front of the old homestead, Anna and Ole with Agnetta and Alvin about 1938, mining pictures, picture of a stainless steel truck trailer for taking milk from Sequim to Seattle by ferry daily about 1946, picture of John Peterson, Gus Carlson, Walter Barton, and manager Ole Blindheim in front of La Villa Dairy, Nick and Ole Blindheim in Fairbanks, Ole on Blueberry Hill. The third folder contains more recent, color snapshots: Five pictures from Blueberry Hill Farm in Bothell, Washington about 1965, three pictures of the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Christmas Pageant from 1984, 1985, and 1986, ten pictures of Ole, three large pictures of Ole playing harmonica at the Northwest Folklife festival in 1989. The photographs mostly have labels on the back with greater detail.