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Sketch of Multy wearing judicial robes. His left arm is holding a book. The scales of justice dangle from his right pointer finger. "SAMPLE - finished drawing single line uniform weight" is written beneath the sketch.

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Sketch of Multy as a lifeguard in swim trunks. The word "Lifeguard" is written next to him in a square that may represent a sign.

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Sketch in which Multy is pointing to a capital "M" on his shirt.

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Sketch of Multy next to a magnetic tape data storage unit

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Sketches of eight variations of Multy's facial features, most specifically the eye area. Multy's hair, mouth, and nose remain essentially the same for seven of the sketches. The last sketch reveals only Multy's head and hair without any facial features whatsoever.

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Sketch of Multy wearing a visor, holding a tax bill and a pencil.

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Sketch of Multy waving and pointing at the capital "M" on his shirt. Written next to him: "Hi I'm Multy; your friendly symbol of intelligent efficient etc. County government."

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Sketch of Multy in a hard hat while operating a bulldozer.

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This six minute movie combines four shorter clips. The first starts at 0:14 and dates from 1975. It is in color and contains Sheriff Lee Brown delivering a public service announcement about citizen help in preventing crime. The second starts at 1:23 and dates from 1976. It is in color and contains Sheriff Ed Martin delivering a public service announcement almost identical to Brown’s. The third starts at 2:08 and dates from 1949. It is in color and includes the swearing in of Sheriff Terry Schrunk and some brief remarks of Schrunk relating to officer morale. The fourth starts at 5:20 and dates from 1933. It is in black and white and includes Sheriff Martin Pratt remarks at his swearing in.

Public service announcements (Motion pictures)

This movie is a compilation of three short clips. It was probably created from films made by the Sheriff’s Office. It is almost four minutes long and is in color. The two Sheriff Martin clips also have sound. The first clip was probably made in 1948 and includes a sheriff’s deputy playing around and cleaning up and a drive through post-flood Vanport. The second clip starts at 1:27 and is a 1976/77 public service announcement from Sheriff Edgar Martin focusing on crime and citizen involvement in its prevention. The third clip starts at 2:28 and also is a 1976/77 public service announcement from Sheriff Edgar Martin. It focuses specifically on burglary and its prevention.

Public service announcements (Motion pictures)

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