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John Zaller, creative director of Premier Exhibitions, discusses objects from the Titanic’s Verandah Cafe on display in the “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition” at the Discovery Times Square Exposition in New York, in this 2009 file photo. The owner of the largest trove of artifacts salvaged from the Titanic is putting the vast collection up for auction as a single lot in 2012, the 100th anniversary of the world’s most famous shipwreck. Story here. (AP Photo/RMS Titanic, Inc., a subsidiary of Premier Exhibitions, Inc.)
- Also: You can see photos of other artifacts to be auctioned here
Question: Which Titanic artifact would you most like to own?
OLYMPIA — Dozens of Washington residents appeared in turn-of-the-century costume — and by that we mean the turn of the 20th, not the 21st, Century — at the Capitol today to celebrate the centennial of women receiving the right to vote in the state.
Here Talcott Broadhead handles daughters Clementine, age 5, and Henrietta, age 15 months on the steps of the Capitol Rotunda next to Darrell Holt and Carole Rambo Holt.
One hundred years ago today, women in Washington state received the right to vote through a measure that passed on that year’s ballot. In honor of the centennnial, women in men in period attire, some of them driving or riding in vintage autos, flooded the Capitol campus for music, speeches and celebrating.
Here, dozens listen to the New Horizons Band as they await a re-enactment of the delivery of the Nov. 8, 1910 election results.