Walla Walla's 1960 AutoFun Show draws TV actor Chuck Connors as guest of honor.
COL: In photos and text, a look back 54 years ago to a 1967 fair at the Walla Walla County Fairgrounds.
The Union-Bulletin on Monday, Jan. 3, 1966, printed a photo of Sharon Washington looking over posters the Walla Walla Opera House used in 1889-90 to publicize its events.
Dolphinettes swimming groups were popular at Walla Walla's YMCA swimming pool in the 1960s.
The 30-member University of California pep band nearly “blew the plaster off the ceiling” inside the Union-Bulletin on the Friday af…
Walla Walla Federal Savings & Loan Association kept passersby apprised of the time and temperature at two locations in downtown …
The Menlo Park wading pool was a big draw at 1242 Alvarado Terrace. These are scenes captured there on July 18, 1969.
The first concrete poured at Lower Monumental Dam, Nov. 27, 1962.
The National Guard demonstrates a Duckboat at the Walla Walla Yacht Club River Fair at Wallula.
Annual Mothers March on Polio throughout the 1950s.
From the Vault: Painting crosswalks in the 1950s and '60s from Joe Drazan's Bygone Walla Walla Project.
From the Vault: Los Angeles Dodger's star shortstop, Maury Wills spoke to youth and signed autographs in old YMCA gymnasium, Feb. 8, 1965.
Union Pacific Railroad gifted Walla Walla with this retired locomotive in 1959. Special track was laid to Jefferson Park off Ninth A…
The four queens of the Walla Walla Bears are, left to right, Sara Joe Chandler, Karen Brown, Carol Ann Stewart and Janice Johnson.
Kids decorate the Christmas tree in the Marcus Whitman Hotel lobby, December 1966.
COLUMN: Miss Merry Christmas and the Snow Bunnies were Wa-Hi students in the Distributive Education Club of America where sales and retailing were the topics of this national organization. Marsh Radio was located at 105 East Alder Street at the time.
Wild turkey follows Borgers sisters to Edison School. Dec. 5, 1965.