Four typed bulletins that were printed after the Astoria 1922 Fire that destroyed much of the downtown area, including the Astoria Evening Budget newspaper building. (The Astoria Evening Budget was so titled from 1914 - 1930.) After the fire, the newspaper put out these informational bulletins to help the local community stay informed on what happened, and future plans for rebuilding. The last page is a letter from Mrs. Jerralee Drake Lyman to the editor of The Daily Astorian in 1972, which explains where the bulletins came from and how the museum ended up with them in the archive.
Location: Heritage Museum Archive Vault A
Accession #: 91.070.079 - .022