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Box Inventory #001 1918-1946
"Vest Pocket Congressional Directory" March 1937
Webster Dictionary (Self Pronouncing) May 10, 1937
Tablet of blank paper with United States Senate letterhead.
Road map of the United States.
"Arizona Visitors Guide" April 1940
"Beaumont, Riverside County, California"
"Science Digest" October 1938
"Uncle Sam's Almanac 1940, compiled by Frederic J. Haskin," map of the US, and an advertisement for the Haskin Information Bureau. Addressed to "Marcus J. Pete, Phoenix Indian Sanitorium, Phoenix, Arizona" 1939
Notes on significant events in 1936 including flower decoration day. Three pages of dollar amounts divided into three sections: Meat Department, Grocery Department, and Vegetables Department. April 4, 1936
Packet of V-Mail Enve-Letters for rushing photographic mail to armed forces overseas.
Blank sheets of lined paper
"The War Cry" 1938
Notes on envelope containing names
"Indians Seek Whites' Help in Rum Case"
"Born Dec 10 1897, Die Nov 1 1929"
Two pieces of paper, one with shipping stamp, another with writing.
Paper or book paper containing the address: "211 Muir St, Indio, Cal."
Three peices of paper containing diary-like text regarding lighting of graves' candles, trips to Banning, and Thomas Sloan.
Memo containing written religious notes and vocabulary words January 1, 1939
Paper containing ink-print of a baby's foot with the name "Pete" written in pencil below it. On reverse is written: "Elizabeth ilred"
Tag containing nudist camp cartoon advertising Arrows shirts.
Notebook containing tribal births and deaths from 1909 through the 1930s. March 11, 1918
News print map of Iwo Jima.
Piece of paper containing Adam Castillo's addresses: "P.O. Box 516, San Jacinto. P.O. Box 6, San Diego."
Hand-written receipt for $12.00 received from C. E. Bick for clay and sand and rock obtained from the reservation. September 18, 1933
Piece of paper containing the text: " A Century of Dishonor by Helen Hunt Jackson"
Four pages of notes.
Invoice for automotive services. March 6, 1939
"At the Monastery" July 16, 1937
Birth Certificate for Mildred Lucille Pete. February 24, 1946
Christmas card addressed to the Pete Family.
Portrait-style pencil drawing of a male.
Two hand-colored greeting cards. One card features Seven Palms with the text "Greetings from the Desert"; the second features wheel tracks through the desert with the text "Greetings from Palm Springs, California."
Ten receipts made out to Marcus J. Pete in the amount of $5.00 each. 1928-1929
Invoice March 4, 1939
Five checks made out to Singer Sewing Machine Co for $5.00 and $10.00 each, signed by Marcus Pete. September 10, 1928
Contains text: "Acct. with Ruben, March - Gauitar $7.50, Rake $0.15, Covering for car $4.50, Rent $10.00"
Invitation addressed to Mr. Marcus Pete and Party April 8, 1937
Written on verso: "The monkeys and dogs came from there I bought them in New York. This place is near where Irving Berlin started singing as a waiter the old place still stands this is in Chinatown. The song he sang and made popular was Alexander's Ragtime Band."
Catalong page containing gun components with prices. August 12, 1933
Addressed to Marcus J. Pete. Requests wchich gun parts are needed. October 3, 1933
Receipts (7) for produce made out to Marcus Pete and Dan Martin. 1939
Receipts (5) from The Indian Store dated 1938-1939. 1938-1939
Two members passes in the name of Marcus Pete. April 8, 1937
Advertisement with form for Edgeworth Sampler Kit filled out by A. W. Roark, San Jacinto, Cal.
5 peso bill (Mexico), 10 yen bill (Japan), 50 yen bill (Japan), 1 peso bill (Mexico) removed from wallet located in same collection.
"Washington Entombed" February 22, 1939
"Marines Win Hold on Iwo Airfield"
"U.S. Marines Gain on Iwo"
"Marines Smash at Key Iwo Hill"
"Forrestal on Iwo Jima"
"Yanks Swarm Over Island Volcano" February 23, 19??
"Iwo Yanks Step Up Pressure to Crack Thirst-Crazed Nips" February 28, 19??
"Squeeze Iwo Nips"
"Camera Records First Landing of Marines of 4th Division on Iwo Beach"
"Water Pact Wins in Committee Vote" February 24, 1945
"U.S. Flag Flying Over Iwo's Mt. Suribachi"
"Heavy Rains Hamper Fighting in Iwo Jima"
"Capture of Last Iwo Airfield Nears; Half of Island Taken."
"4th Marines Hit Blood Iwo Jima" February 23, 1945
"Old Glory Flies Over Suribachi" February 28, 1945
"Marines Capture Key Iwo Peak" February 28, 1945
"Iwo Peak Seized"
"Marines Gain One End of Iwo Fighter Field"
"Iwo Garrison: Southern Airdrone Captured in Marines' Hardest Battle"
"Yanks Aim for Peaks to Command Entire Island"
"Iwo Airfield: Nips Admit Yank Grasp on Strip"
"Battle on Iwo Airfield"
"Victims of Santo Tomas"
Map of Military bases in central and southern California.
Picture of a man and a young girl.
Map of Washington, D.C.