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Raw 11/18/13: CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, The Rhodes Brothers & The Usos vs The Shield & The Wyatt Family - 12-Man Tag Team Match
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But it was quite interesting to see that the Rhodes Brothers attacked the Shield, instead of Triple H or Randy Orton.

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  • Born in 1815 in , in the English county of Yorkshire, he followed his brothers, including , to New Zealand in 1850, having worked in Australia. He lived at and managed properties on belonging to the Rhodes brothers. He built a large house in Christchurch, , where he died. He was a founder of several early business enterprises, including the and the .

    The collection consists primarily of black and white photographs documenting the history of the Rhodes Brothers Ten Cent Stores and the Rhodes Department Store in Seattle. Included are street views of store exteriors and a series of photographs showing interior merchandise cases and displays. There are detailed images of historic variety store merchandise, such as cooking utensils, crockery, small tools, sewing supplies, holiday decorations, toys, home decor and food.

  • Also included is a souvenir program for a production of “The Wayfarer,” presented at the University of Washington stadium in 1922. The program contains a photograph of William Rhodes, who served as “The Wayfarer” committee chairman. The collection also includes sheet music and a souvenir Seattle booklet, both published by the Rhodes Brothers Company.

    In the early 20th century, the Rhodes brothers were prominent business leaders in the Puget Sound region. Albert, Henry, William and Charles grew up on a farm near Trempealeau, Wisconsin. Albert Rhodes, born in 1864, was the founder of Rhodes Company, one of Seattle’s largest and most prestigious department stores. In 1889, Albert moved to the Northwest and worked for several years as a traveling salesman for a wholesale crockery company. During this time, he met and married Harriet Williams in Dallas, Oregon in 1893. Their residence at 1901 Tenth Avenue North in Seattle was completed in 1915, and was considered one of the finest homes at the time. The couple did not have children.

    Cody Rhodes and Goldust
    Goldust (left) and Cody Rhodes (right) in November 2013.
    Tag team
    Members Cody Rhodes / Stardust
    Goldust
    Name(s) The Brotherhood
    Cody Rhodes and Goldust
    Gold and Stardust[1]
    The Rhodes Brothers
    Heights Cody: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)[2]
    Goldust: 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)[3]
    Combined
    weight
    452 lb (205 kg)[2][3]
    Debut October 6, 2013
    Disbanded February 16, 2015
    Years active 2013–2015
    Promotions WWE

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    1996.10.8: Souvenir program for "The Wayfarer"
    Performed at the University of Washington Stadium, July 24-29, 1922. Includes a photograph of William Rhodes, 1922 Wayfarer committee chairman.
    1922
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    1996.10.9: "Souvenir Seattle Washington," book of photographs
    8.5" x 11"
    Published by the Rhodes Brothers Company, Seattle
    1909
    1996.10.10: "City Life March Two-Step," sheet music
    Published by Rhodes Brothers and Company Music Department
    Item is housed with the Northwest Sheet Music Collection, Box 3.
    1909

    William Rhodes was born in 1867. Like his brother Albert, he also relocated from Wisconsin to Washington in 1889, where he became a salesman for a tea and coffee company. In 1892, Henry and Charles joined William to establish a small tea shop in Tacoma, Washington. Albert left his sales job to work with his brothers managing the Tacoma enterprise. The success and broadening scope of their business resulted in the department store concept, and Rhodes Brothers, Inc. was formed with William acting as president. In 1899, the first Rhodes Brothers Ten Cent store was established in Seattle.

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In a continuation of their feud against the Authority, on November 11 on , the half-brothers defeated Randy Orton in a handicap match. It was announced the following week that at , the Rhodes Brothers would team up with the Usos and against the Shield and the Real Americans in the traditional Survivor Series elimination match, but they were beaten with Reigns the only survivor of the fight. On November 22 on , the half-brothers defeated the Real Americans to retain their tag title. The Rhodes Brothers were scheduled to face the team of and , the team of Rey Mysterio and Big Show, and the Real Americans at , as they had recently been defeated by each of these teams. Once again, they successfully defended their title.