• Letter from Arthur Goodwin to Clare Boulton regarding expanding her business in the Economy Public Market, June 30, 1927

    Letter from Arthur Goodwin to Clare Boulton regarding expanding her business in the Economy Public Market, June 30, 1927

    Goodwin, Arthur

    Letter from Arthur Goodwin to Clare Boulton, a vendor in the Economy Market, discussing the possibility of moving and expanding her business. Enclosed is a list of tenants and vacancies in the lower floor of the Economy Market listing the stall numbers and rental costs for each vendor.

    Identifier: spl_sh_00072

    Date: 1927-06-30

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  • B.F. Schlesinger letter to Arthur Goodwin regarding an available store location at Pike Place Market, April 21, 1927

    B.F. Schlesinger letter to Arthur Goodwin regarding an available store location at Pike Place Market, April 21, 1927

    Schlisinger, B.F.

    B.F. Schlesinger letter to Arthur Goodwin turning down his offer of a location for a B.F. Schlesinger & Sons location on the corner of 1st Avenue and Pike Street. Schlesinger states they currently have no plans to open a store in Seattle.

    Identifier: spl_sh_00125

    Date: 1927-04-21

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  • Notice to vacate premises issued by Arthur Goodwin, December 10, 1927

    Notice to vacate premises issued by Arthur Goodwin, December 10, 1927

    Goodwin, Arthur

    Notice to vacate premises issued to Louis J. Becker and signed by Arthur Goodwin. Becker is instructed to leave his space in Room 8 of the Economy Market by December 21, 1927.

    Identifier: spl_sh_00076

    Date: 1927-12-10

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  • Letter from Arthur Goodwin to D.Z. Gourman instructing him to stop selling certain products, November 12, 1927

    Letter from Arthur Goodwin to D.Z. Gourman instructing him to stop selling certain products, November 12, 1927

    Goodwin, Arthur

    Letter from Arthur Goodwin to D.Z. Gourman letting him know that they have received complaints from other vendors at Pike Place Market over the fact that Gourman is now selling goods such as cranberries and nuts at his stall. Goodwin instructs Gourman to stop selling these items, stating 'As a grocery, you certainly have more lines than any other business in the market and we canot contenance your converting your place into lines that conflict with specializers, who depend entirely on these commodities for their business.'

    Identifier: spl_sh_00095

    Date: 1927-11-28

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  • Letter to Mrs. Tanable regarding her high light bill, December 11, 1928

    Letter to Mrs. Tanable regarding her high light bill, December 11, 1928

    Taylor, Walter R.

    Letter informing Mrs. Tanabe, a flower farmer, that her electricity usage is much higher than other vendors and the cost will have to be added to her rent if she continues to use such a disproportionately large amount.

    Identifier: spl_sh_00059

    Date: 1928-12-11

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  • Letter from Arthur Goodwin to L.R. Bowen regarding his article on the St. Louis market, November 3, 1927

    Letter from Arthur Goodwin to L.R. Bowen regarding his article on the St. Louis market, November 3, 1927

    Goodwin, Arthur

    Letter from Arthur Goodwin to L.R. Bowen, Chief Engineer of Bridges and Buildings in St. Louis, expressing admiration for Bowen's work on the St. Louis Municipal Retail Market. Goodwin requests permission to use Bowen's article on the St. Louis Market is his book 'Markets: Public and Private, Their Establishment, Operation and Management.'

    Identifier: spl_sh_00074

    Date: 1927-11-04

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  • Coupon ticket book of Mrs. Delia T. Whittelsey, 1909

    Coupon ticket book of Mrs. Delia T. Whittelsey, 1909

    Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition (1909 : Seattle, Wash.)

    Coupon ticket book inscribed with bearer’s name, Mrs. Delia T. Whittelsey, and photograph of bearer attached inside front cover, embossed with signature of Charles R. Collins, treasurer, and A. D. Bannall, chief of Bureau of Admissions, A.Y.P.E., 1909. Inscribed "One Hundred Coupon Tickets $10.00 / Delia T. Whittelsey / Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, June 1 to Oct. 16, 1909."

    Identifier: mohai_ayp_2006.3.50.3

    Date: 1909

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  • Two riders

    Two riders

    Enabnit, Merlin, 1903-1979

    Identifier: spl_art_En11Tw

    Date: 1934

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  • Letter from Arthur Goodwin to Cappucio & Vacca regarding stamping produce bags, August 15, 1927

    Letter from Arthur Goodwin to Cappucio & Vacca regarding stamping produce bags, August 15, 1927

    Goodwin, Arthur

    In his letter, Arthur Goodwin informs the vendors that the Commissioner of Health has passed a ruling that farmers selling their goods at the market need to stamp their bags with their business name and license number. Goodwin advises them to 'have a rubber stamp made with your name and address and stamp all your bags so that the public may be able to trace any goods that you have sold in case of any complaints that may be made.'

    Identifier: spl_sh_00038

    Date: 1927-08-15

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  • Victor Steinbrueck résumé, July 15, 1971

    Victor Steinbrueck résumé, July 15, 1971

    Steinbrueck, Victor

    Résumé listing biographical information, memberships, awards, professional experience, and other details of Victor Steinbrueck's career.

    Identifier: spl_ps_008

    Date: 1971-07-15

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