• Regrade railway and steam shovel, ca. 1906

    Regrade railway and steam shovel, ca. 1906

    Webster and Stevens

    Possible location is near the site of the Washington Hotel. Although the regrade started in 1903, James Moore, the owner of the hotel, refused to clear the property until 1906 when regrading of Second and Third Avenues were well underway.

    Identifier: spl_dr_034

    Date: 1906

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  • Sunrise and city from Kerry Park, December 18, 1975

    Sunrise and city from Kerry Park, December 18, 1975

    Dorpat, Paul

    View of Seattle showing the Space Needle and Mt. Rainier in the distance.

    Identifier: spl_dor_00046

    Date: 1975-12-18

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  • Baist's Real Estate Atlas of Surveys of Seattle, Wash - Plate 17

    Baist's Real Estate Atlas of Surveys of Seattle, Wash - Plate 17

    Baist, G. Wm

    Baist Real Estate atlases of Seattle were published in 1905, 1908, and 1912. The atlases show property ownership (for large tracts), plats, block and lot numbers, streets, buildings, sewers, water mains, electric railways, and steam railroads.

    Identifier: spl_maps_341191.17

    Date: 1905

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  • 1st Ave. looking north at Madison St., June 26, 1978

    1st Ave. looking north at Madison St., June 26, 1978

    Dorpat, Paul

    Includes view of Warshal's Sporting Goods (in business 1922-2001) on 1st Ave. The red brick building at the other end of the block is the Holyoke Building.

    Identifier: spl_dor_00022

    Date: 1978-06-26

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  • Baist's Real Estate Atlas of Surveys of Seattle, Wash - Plate 10

    Baist's Real Estate Atlas of Surveys of Seattle, Wash - Plate 10

    Baist, G. Wm

    Baist Real Estate atlases of Seattle were published in 1905, 1908, and 1912. The atlases show property ownership (for large tracts), plats, block and lot numbers, streets, buildings, sewers, water mains, electric railways, and steam railroads.

    Identifier: spl_maps_341191.10

    Date: 1905

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  • Charles Odegaard Interview, 1984

    Charles Odegaard Interview, 1984

    Dr. Charles Odegaard (1911-1999) served as the president of the University of Washington from 1958 to 1973. Odegaard was born in Chicago Heights, Illinois. He attended Dartmouth College as an undergraduate and Harvard as a graduate student. After obtaining his PhD from Harvard, Odegaard worked as a history professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Odegaard served in the Navy during World War II. from scholar, educator and University president about his life and work. In 1953 he became dean of the University of Michigan’s College of Arts and Sciences. During his time as president at the University of Washington, the school saw unprecedented growth, going from 16,000 to 34,000 students and adding 35 new buildings to the campus.

    Identifier: spl_ds_codegaard_01

    Date: 1984

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  • Denny Regrade, ca. 1906

    Denny Regrade, ca. 1906

    Webster and Stevens

    Water jets and building being deconstructed at unidentified regrade location.

    Identifier: spl_dr_009

    Date: 1906

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  • Baist's Real Estate Atlas of Surveys of Seattle, Wash - Plate 5

    Baist's Real Estate Atlas of Surveys of Seattle, Wash - Plate 5

    Baist, G. Wm

    Baist Real Estate atlases of Seattle were published in 1905, 1908, and 1912. The atlases show property ownership (for large tracts), plats, block and lot numbers, streets, buildings, sewers, water mains, electric railways, and steam railroads.

    Identifier: spl_maps_341191.5

    Date: 1905

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  • Merchants Cafe building, June 14, 1974

    Merchants Cafe building, June 14, 1974

    Dorpat, Paul

    Identifier: spl_dor_00031

    Date: 1974-06-14

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  • Aerial view of Bellevue, WA, circa 1990s

    Aerial view of Bellevue, WA, circa 1990s

    Dorpat, Paul

    Aerial view of Bellevue looking west and slightly north along NE 4th Ave. towards Lake Washington and Seattle. Bellevue Square (first opened in 1946 as Bellevue Shopping Square, and expanded in the 1980s), One Bellevue Center (constructed 1982-1983), the Hyatt Regency hotel (built 1989), Key Bank Building (built 1971), and other buildings can be seen.

    Identifier: spl_dor_00021

    Date: 1990?

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