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Search Term Rocky Pine Ranch
Details The Rocky Pine Ranch is the Hilton family home, located near Cheney, Washington.
Number of Archive records 2.0
Number of Library records 1.0
Number of Object records 3.0
Number of Photo records 6.0

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Image of Autograph Album of Ernestine McMillan Hilton - Rocky Pine Ranch Collection

Autograph Album of Ernestine McMillan Hilton - Rocky Pine Ranch Collection

Folded leather cover with 32 leaves. This autograph album contains poems and greetings written to Ernestine McMillan by her classmates between 1930 and 1933 while in elementary school. She would have been between 10 and 12 years of age when this autograph album was in use. The pages of the book are blue, pink, and white and are written on both sides.

Image of Oral History Tape of Ernestine McMillan Hilton - Rocky Pine Ranch Collection

Oral History Tape of Ernestine McMillan Hilton - Rocky Pine Ranch Collection

1 hour audio tape containing the voices of Ernestine McMillan Hilton and interviewer, Paulette Nordquist. Topics 1. Memories of growing up on a wheat ranch in Eastern Washington during the 1920's. 2. Recollections of having polio as a very young child. 3. Courtship and marriage during World War Two. 5. Life on a dairy ranch 1950-1970. 6. Description of Christmas and other holiday traditions at the ranch.

Image of Candlestick - Rocky Pine Ranch Collection

Candlestick - Rocky Pine Ranch Collection

Cast bronze figural candlestick in the form of a stag. It is approximately 12 inches high. The antler tines hold two candles.

Image of Funnel - Rocky Pine Ranch Collection

Funnel - Rocky Pine Ranch Collection

White enamelware funnel with blue rim. Item has a place of origin stamped on the handle. The funnel was made in Germany.

Image of Sifter, Flour - Rocky Pine Ranch Collection

Sifter, Flour - Rocky Pine Ranch Collection

Tin flour sifter with painted green exterior and black wooden knob on crank handle. The sifter has a flat tin handle that is attached with rivets to the body. The sifter is single screen type with 1 beater.

Image of PZ7.L964 Ho FT MEADE - Hopalong Cassidy Lends a Helping Hand

PZ7.L964 Ho FT MEADE - Hopalong Cassidy Lends a Helping Hand

Hopalong Cassidy Lends a Helping Hand is a cardboard bound children's book by Bonnie Books published by Doubleday & Company. The cover has full color illustration of Hopalong Cassidy on his horse, Topper. He is talking to an elderly man.

Image of 1999.1.3 - Print, Photographic

1999.1.3 - Print, Photographic

Lura Cox Hilton (Granny) feeding her turkeys in the yard at Rocky Pine Ranch. She is wearing a housedress and apron and is surrounded by a flock of about 50 turkeys. There are pine trees in the background.

Image of 1999.1.8 - Print, Photographic

1999.1.8 - Print, Photographic

Earl Hilton driving the horse-drawn mower. The mower wagon is hitched to two horses. The horses were named Fanny and Katie. Fanny had been a cavalry horse and was purchased from the army at Fort George Wright in Spokane.

Image of 1999.1.5 - Print, Photographic

1999.1.5 - Print, Photographic

The 1902 barn after being painted in 1995.

Image of 1999.1.10 - Print, Photographic

1999.1.10 - Print, Photographic

Three children pose on the front bumper of a fully-loaded hay truck.

Image of 1999.1.2 - Print, Photographic

1999.1.2 - Print, Photographic

Earl L. Hilton and Ernestine McMillan Hilton standing beside a truck at the ranch with their infant son, Earl Jr. (Sunny).

Image of 1999.1.4 - Print, Photographic

1999.1.4 - Print, Photographic

Color photograph of the barn at Rocky Pine Ranch taken after a snowfall 1970. The barn was built in 1902. The barnyard and cattle corrals are in the foreground.