The Walter P. Miller photographs, circa 1920-1932, (SAFR 23359, P77-028a) are comprised mainly of photographs of tall ships
underway off the Pacific Coast of Washington state. The collection has been processed to the Item level and is open for use.
Walter P. Miller (1877-1938) was a photographer of the Pacific Northwest, primarily of the Seattle, Washington, area. His
body of work is varied, a significant portion documenting the town and people of Seattle, and is valuable for documenting
life in the Pacific Northwest at the turn of the twentieth century. Although it seems as though the majority of his work did
not depict maritime culture, he took a particular interest in documenting or collecting maritime photography and was a sailor
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