• Map of Seattle Tide Lands, Harbor Island Terminals and Vicinity, 1913

    Map of Seattle Tide Lands, Harbor Island Terminals and Vicinity, 1913

    Washington Map & Blue Print Co.

    Map showing Seattle Tide Lands including railway lines and stations. Manufacturing plans and other businesses also labeled. The route for the abandoned South Canal through Beacon Hill can be seen on the lower right.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2448166

    Date: 1913

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  • Map Showing Route of Duwamish Waterway Through Commercial Waterway District No. 1, King County, Washington, 1919

    Map Showing Route of Duwamish Waterway Through Commercial Waterway District No. 1, King County, Washington, 1919

    Clapp, J. M.

    Map showing land parcels, land owners and other businesses along the Duwamish waterway, 1919

    Identifier: spl_maps_2506329

    Date: 1919

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  • Chart of the World shewing the tracks of the U.S. Exploring Expedition in 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842.

    Chart of the World shewing the tracks of the U.S. Exploring Expedition in 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842.

    Wilkes, Charles

    This map shows the tracks of the vessels of the Exploring Squadron, combined, and acting separately: the direction of the winds; the currents, their direction and velocity; the isothermal lines for every five degrees of temperature, from the point of perpetual congelation to the Torrid Zone.

    Identifier: spl_maps_367358_01

    Date: 1844

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  • Margaret Baillargeon Interview, August 27, 1987

    Margaret Baillargeon Interview, August 27, 1987

    Margaret Sheldon Ames Baillargeon (1898-1991) was a patron of the Seattle arts and served as a patron of many organizations. She served as president of the Cornish Foundation and as president of the Seattle Tennis Club board. Margaret’s stepfather, Edward Ames founded the Ames Shipbuilding & Drydock Company in 1916. Her husband, John Baillargeon worked in a variety of roles in Seattle’s lumber and shipbuilding industry, serving as secretary-treasurer of the C.D. Stimson Company, president of the J.A. Baillargeon Company, the Stimson Mill Company and the Ames Shipbuilding & Drydock Co.

    Identifier: spl_ds_mbaillargeon_01_01

    Date: 1987-08-27

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  • Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Lake Washington-Bellevue-Renton Waterfront District, 1911

    Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Lake Washington-Bellevue-Renton Waterfront District, 1911

    Bogue, Virgil B.

    Map showing proposed city improvements under the Plan of Seattle, commonly known as the Bogue Plan. Designed by Virgil Bogue, Seattle's municipal plans director, the Bogue Plan proposed a series of improvements aimed at beautifying the city and making it making it more cohesive after years of rapid growth and industrialization. The plan worked in tandem with the Olmsted Brothers new system of parks, begun in 1903, and proposed new government buildings, an improved city center and an interurban road connecting the city together. The plan was rejected by voters in 1912.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2465533_17

    Date: 1911

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  • Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Central Waterfront District, a portion of Smith's Cove-West Point District and Railroad Avenue, 1911

    Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Central Waterfront District, a portion of Smith's Cove-West Point District and Railroad Avenue, 1911

    Bogue, Virgil B.

    Map showing proposed city improvements under the Plan of Seattle, commonly known as the Bogue Plan. Designed by Virgil Bogue, Seattle's municipal plans director, the Bogue Plan proposed a series of improvements aimed at beautifying the city and making it making it more cohesive after years of rapid growth and industrialization. The plan worked in tandem with the Olmsted Brothers new system of parks, begun in 1903, and proposed new government buildings, an improved city center and an interurban road connecting the city together. The plan was rejected by voters in 1912.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2465533_9

    Date: 1911

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  • Map Part of the Island of Hawaii Sandwich Islands shewing the craters and eruptions of May and June 1840, 1841

    Map Part of the Island of Hawaii Sandwich Islands shewing the craters and eruptions of May and June 1840, 1841

    Wilkes, Charles

    This map exhibits the two remarkable volcanic mountains visited by the Expedition, with their numerous craters, together with the great eruption of 1840, and the track of the party to and from the crater of Mku-weo-weo, on the top of Mauna Loa.

    Identifier: spl_maps_367358_03

    Date: 1841

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  • Map of the Oregon Territory by the U.S. Ex. Ex., 1841

    Map of the Oregon Territory by the U.S. Ex. Ex., 1841

    Wilkes, Charles

    This map embraces the United State Possessions west of the Rocky Mountains, between the parallels of 42 degrees and 54 degrees 40�N., and also shows Fremont�s Pass through the Rocky Mountains.

    Identifier: spl_maps_367358_04

    Date: 1841

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  • Jefferson Park Golf Course, 1918

    Jefferson Park Golf Course, 1918

    Thompson, J.W.

    Map showing layout of the Jefferson Park Golf Course.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2359933

    Date: 1918

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  • Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing West Seattle Waterfront District, 1911

    Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing West Seattle Waterfront District, 1911

    Bogue, Virgil B.

    Map showing proposed city improvements under the Plan of Seattle, commonly known as the Bogue Plan. Designed by Virgil Bogue, Seattle's municipal plans director, the Bogue Plan proposed a series of improvements aimed at beautifying the city and making it making it more cohesive after years of rapid growth and industrialization. The plan worked in tandem with the Olmsted Brothers new system of parks, begun in 1903, and proposed new government buildings, an improved city center and an interurban road connecting the city together. The plan was rejected by voters in 1912.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2465533_5

    Date: 1911

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