Freeland Colony, Women's First Thursday Club, circa 1910. Property of University of Washington, Special Collections Division.
Social Issues Photographs
University of Washington
The Social Issues Collection is an ongoing database of historical images from the Western United States and the Pacific Northwest region. The collection covers a variety of political and social topics. These include women's issues, government, labor organizations such as the Industrial Workers of the World, utopian colonies, ethnic groups such as Chinese Americans, Japanese Americans and Scandinavians, and social and leisure activities including mountaineering, camping and boating. Images document, in addition, the World War II Japanese Internment camps of the Minidoka Relocation Center and the Puyallup Assembly Center known as Camp Harmony.
Additional information is available on University of Washington's Society and Culture Collection website.