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Records of the Office of the Mayor, 1956-1970

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Seattle (Wash.). Mayor
Title
Records of the Office of the Mayor
Dates
1956-1970 (inclusive)
Quantity
65.4 cubic feet, (164 boxes)
Collection Number
5210-01
Summary
Records from the Seattle Mayor's Office mainly from the files of Dorm Braman and Gordon Clinton, but also including material from Floyd Miller's brief term, as well as a small amount from the beginning of Wes Uhlman's time in office.
Repository
Seattle Municipal Archives
Seattle Municipal Archives
Office of the City Clerk
City of Seattle
PO Box 94728
98124-4728
Seattle, WA
Telephone: 206-233-7807
Fax: 206-386-9025
archives@seattle.gov
Access Restrictions

Records are open to the public.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Office of the Mayor

The Mayor is the chief executive officer of the City with responsibilities for appointing executive department heads, directing and controlling all subordinate officers and agencies, preparing and executing the City budget, ensuring that the laws of the City are enforced, and maintaining the peace and order in the City. The legal roles and responsibilities of the Mayor are prescribed by the City Charter, state statutes, and municipal ordinances. A candidate for the position must be a citizen of the United States, a qualified elector of the State of Washington, and a registered voter of the City of Seattle at the time of filing his/her declaration of candidacy.

Seattle was incorporated by an act of the Territorial Legislature on December 2, 1869, and the City’s first mayor, Henry A. Atkins, was appointed by the Legislature pending the first City election scheduled for July 1870. The City Charter, granted by the Legislature, set the Mayor’s term of office at one year. Under this first Charter, the Mayor served as ex-officio President of the Common Council. A Charter amendment in 1875 gave the Mayor a vote on Council, but that provision was amended in 1886 to provide for a tie-breaking vote only.

The City's first Freeholders’ Charter (1890) completely separated the Executive and Legislative branches and changed the term of office for the Mayor to two years. Through the first decade of the 20th century, elected offices in Seattle were partisan. A Charter Amendment passed by the voters on March 8, 1910, established non-partisan nominations and elections for all City elective offices. A new Freeholders Charter in 1946 changed the term of the Mayor to four years.

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Gordon Clinton

Gordon Clinton was born in Canada in 1920 to American parents, and moved to Seattle at the age of two. After his father died around 1932, Clinton for a time lived in a charity home with his mother and siblings. He attended Roosevelt High School and the University of Washington, first obtaining a political science degree and then a law degree.

Clinton worked for the FBI in Virginia and Kentucky before serving in the Navy during World War II. Later he practiced law and served as an acting Police Court judge in Seattle before deciding to run for mayor in 1956. He defeated Allan Pomeroy in a close election and went on to serve two terms, leaving office in 1964.

Clinton oversaw the development of the Seattle Center site and presided over the city's festivities during the 1962 World's Fair. He created the Human Rights Commission to promote equality and understanding among Seattle residents, and actively supported the formation of Metro in 1958. He also initiated Seattle's sister city program, one of the first of its kind.

After leaving office Clinton returned to practicing law, including working for the consulates of Japan, Korea, and the Philippines.

Dorm Braman

James D'Orma ("Dorm") Braman was born in Iowa in 1901. He moved with his family to Eastern Washington around 1908 and then to Bremerton in 1910. After leaving high school, Braman opened a millwork business in Bremerton, and later ran a lumber and hardware store in Seattle.

Braman was elected to the Seattle City Council in 1954, where he chaired the Finance Committee and was particularly interested in budgetary issues. He served on the World's Fair Commission and helped shepherd the Seattle Center's transition from fairground to civic campus. He remained on the Council until 1964 when he was elected mayor.

During his term as mayor, he oversaw the city's involvement in the federal Model Cities program and the acquisition of Fort Lawton. He supported the Forward Thrust program and advocated for rapid transit. One notable accomplishment during this period of racial tensions was the passage of Seattle's open housing bill in 1968.

Braman left office in 1969 to become the Assistant Secretary of Transportation for Urban Systems and Environment under President Nixon. He served in this post for 18 months before returning to Seattle, where he died in 1980.

Floyd Miller

Floyd Miller served as Acting Mayor for nine months in 1969 after Dorm Braman went to work for the Department of Transportation in Washington, DC. Miller had served seven terms in the State Legislature and three terms on the Seattle City Council. Miller was Council President at the time of his appointment as acting mayor.

Some in the city's African American community were opposed to Miller filling the vacancy because of his past stances on civil rights issues; however, others pointed to a vote favoring fair employment and claimed he was too liberal. In his brief time as mayor, he oversaw the City's responses to riots in the University District, the murder of civil rights leader Edwin Pratt, and corruption in the Police Department.

Wes Uhlman

Born in 1935 in Cashmere, Washington, Wes Uhlman attended Aberdeen High School, Seattle Pacific College, and the University of Washington, where he served as president of the Young Democrats. He married a classmate and returned to UW for law school.

In 1958, as a 23-year-old law student, he defeated incumbent Republican Hartney Oakes to represent the 32nd district in the Washington State House of Representatives, becoming the youngest member of the State Legislature. He served four terms before running for, and winning, a seat in the Washington State Senate.

Uhlman was elected Mayor in 1969, the youngest chief executive in Seattle's history and the first Democrat in almost 30 years. He was immediately faced with a host of problems ranging from racial tensions and large anti-war demonstrations to a police scandal and the Boeing bust. He responded by overhauling the city bureaucracy, encouraging increased citizen participation in government, and expanding social services. He was a strong believer in affirmative action, and the percentage of City workers who were minorities doubled during his time in office.

He left the mayor's office in 1977 after serving two terms, following an unsuccessful run for governor in 1976. After his political career, he worked in law and real estate development.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The records reflect a wide variety of issues of public interest in the 1960s. Concerns relating to discrimination, open housing, and civil rights are reflected in constituent correspondence. Police Department correspondence shows apprehension about the possibility of riots, and other files document the discussion surrounding the Human Rights Commission and its work. Reaction of the public to the 1965 shooting of an African American, Robert Reese, in the International District, as well as the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is also captured in these records.

Transportation is another topic covered in depth in these records. Efforts to improve transportation at the city and state level are documented in the mayor's correspondence regarding the transit system and METRO, parking issues downtown, I-5, the Lake Washington bridges, I-90, the R.H. Thomson Expressway, and downtown transportation planning.

Other files in the collection show how the city was preparing for the Century 21 World's Fair in 1962 (for example, with a downtown beautification program and housing regulations). Records from the years following the fair show Seattle Center's transition into a civic campus, with many files relating to specific facilities such as the opera house and the coliseum.

The records cover a number of other topics, including urban renewal, environmental issues, civil defense, police actions and complaints, charter amendments, airline service, youth programs, and engineering projects. The files contain a good deal of citizen correspondence reflecting the public's views on a wide variety of issues.

There is a small series of other media that includes audio and photographs. The photos document open housing demonstrations, the waterfront, Sick's Stadium, and other topics. There are also images of Mayors Braman and Uhlman, as well as a shot of President Johnson's 1964 visit to Seattle. Audio consists of a Municipal Report from 1965 and a 45 rpm record.

The majority of the records are from the files of Braman and Clinton, although Clinton's first term is only lightly represented. Miller served for a relatively brief time period, and there are only a small number of records from the early part of Uhlman's first term.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item and date], Records of the Office of the Mayor, Record Series 5210-01. Box [number], Folder [number]. Seattle Municipal Archives.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

1956-1959Return to Top

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Departmental Correspondence
Box/Folder
1/1
Corporation Counsel.
1956-1959
1/2
Engineering Department. Off-Street Parking.
1959
1/3
Fire Department. Harbor Patrol.
1958
1/4
Fire Department. Harbor Patrol (1 of 6, Table of Contents).
1958
1/5
Fire Department. Harbor Patrol (2 of 6, includes photo).
1958
1/6
Fire Department. Harbor Patrol (3 of 6).
1958
1/7
Fire Department. Harbor Patrol (4 of 6).
1958
1/8
Fire Department. Harbor Patrol (5 of 6).
1958
1/9
Fire Department. Harbor Patrol (6 of 6).
1958
1/10
Health Department. Tax-Supported Costs.
1958
1/11
Legislative.
1959
1/12
Legislative. Ordinances and Resolutions.
1958-1959
1/13
Lighting.
1959
1/14
Metro.
1958-1959
1/15
Motor Transportation. Fleet Committee.
1959
1/16
Motor Transportation. Fleet Consolidation.
1957
1/17
Motor Transportation. Fleet Consolidation.
1958
1/18
Motor Transportation. Fleet Consultants.
1959
1/19
Parks.
1959
2/1
People-to-People Program (Seattle-Kobe Affiliation).
1957
2/2
Police Department. Cadet Program.
1959
2/3
Police Department. Clerical Replacement Program.
1958-1959
2/4
Police Department. Police-Fire Integration.
1957-1958
2/5
Youth Commission.
1958
External Correspondence
Box/Folder
2/6
League of Women Voters.
1957
Subject Files
Box/Folder
2/7
Administrative Survey.
1959
2/8
Ambulance Survey.
1958-1959
2/9
Current Problems.
1957-1959
2/10
Departmental Accomplishments.
1959
2/11
Housing.
1959
2/12
Industrial Insurance.
1958-1959
2/13
Internship Program.
1959
2/14
Jail Consolidation.
1958-1959
2/15
School Nursing.
1959
2/16
Sports Stadium.
1959
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Departmental Correspondence
Box/Folder
2/17
Capital Improvement Committee.
1960
2/18
Capital Improvement Committee. Photographs.
1960
2/19
Engineering Department.
1960
2/20
Engineering Department. Garbage.
1960
2/21
Executive. Budget.
1960
2/22
Executive. Build/Buy Pamphlet.
1960
3/1
Fire Department.
1960
3/2
Health Department.
1960
3/3
Housing Authority.
1960
3/4
Law.
1960
3/5
Legislative.
1960
3/6
Lighting.
1960
3/7
Lighting.
1960
3/8
Metro.
1960
3/9
Motor Transportation.
1960
3/10
Motor Transportation. Fleet Committee.
1960
3/11
Motor Transportation. Fleet Consolidation.
1960
3/12
Motor Transportation. Fleet Consultants.
1960
3/13
Motor Transportation. Fleet Personnel.
1960
3/14
Motor Transportation. Legislation.
1960
3/15
Parks Department.
1960
3/16
Police Department.
1960
3/17
Police Department.
1960
3/18
Police Department. Cadet Program.
1960
3/19
Police Department. Personnel.
1960
4/1
Police Department. Harbor Department.
1960
4/2
Police Department. Traffic Violations.
1960
4/3
Records Management.
1960
4/4
School Health, Joint Committee on.
1960
4/5
School Health, Joint Committee on. Reports.
1960
4/6
School Health, Joint Committee on. Reports.
1960
4/7
Seattle Transit System.
1960
4/8
Treasurer.
1960
4/9
Urban Renewal.
1960
4/10
Outgoing. September-December.
1960
Subject Files
Box/Folder
4/11
1954 Arterial Bond Program.
1960
4/12
Accounting Survey.
1960
4/13
Bond Issues.
1960
4/14
Bond Issues.
1960
4/15
Bond Issues (includes photographs).
1960
4/16
Century 21 World's Fair.
1960
4/17
Century 21 World's Fair.
1960
5/1
Christmas Ship.
1960
5/2
Civic Center.
1960
5/3
Communications Survey.
1960
5/4
Current Problems.
1960
5/5
Data Processing.
1960
5/6
Empire Expressway.
1960
5/7
Industrial Insurance.
1960
5/8
Internship Program.
1960
5/9
Jail Consolidation.
1960
5/10
Laboratory Consolidation.
1960
5/11
Monorail (includes map).
1960
5/12
Multi-Purpose Auditorium.
1960
5/13
School Nursing.
1960
5/14
Telephone Company.
1960
5/15
Transportation Survey.
1960
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Departmental Correspondence
Box/Folder
5/16
Abatement Committee. Abandoned Buildings.
1961
5/17
Alcoholic Rehabilitation Committee (includes photographs).
1961
5/18
Central Permit Section.
1961
5/19
Executive.
1961
5/20
Executive. City Information Cards.
1961
5/21
Motor Transportation.
1961
5/22
Motor Transportation.
1961
6/1
Motor Transportation. Budget.
1961
6/2
Motor Transportation. Budget.
1961
6/3
Motor Transportation. Financing.
1961
6/4
Motor Transportation. Fleet Consolidation.
1961
6/5
Motor Transportation. Fleet Consultants.
1961
6/6
Motor Transportation. Fleet Personnel.
1961
6/7
Planning Commission.
1961
6/8
Police Department.
1961
6/9
Police Department. Cadet Program.
1961
6/10
Police Department. Clerical Replacement Program.
1961
6/11
Police Department. Pinball Machines.
1961
6/12
Youth Commission.
1961
External Correspondence
Box/Folder
6/13
Chamber of Commerce.
1961
6/14
Consular Corps.
1961
Subject Files
Box/Folder
6/15
Air Pollution.
1961
6/16
Airlines.
1961
6/17
Annexation.
1961
6/18
Annexation (includes map).
1961
6/19
Annexation (includes map).
1961
6/20
Annexation (includes map).
1961
6/21
Asphalt Plant.
1961
7/1
Century 21. Downtown Beautification.
1961
7/2
Christmas.
1961
7/3
Current Problems.
1961
7/4
Data Processing.
1961
7/5
Freeway.
1961
7/6
Industrial Insurance.
1961
7/7
Kobe Exchange Employees.
1961
7/8
Pioneer Square.
1961
7/9
Telephone Company.
1961
7/10
U.S. Coast: Geodetic Survey (Gas Plant Site).
1961
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Departmental Correspondence
Box/Folder
7/11
Art Commission.
1962
7/12
Art Commission. Survey Responses.
1962
7/13
Civic Center Advisory Commission.
1962
7/14
Executive.
1962
7/15
Hotel Licensing Board. Century 21 Housing.
1962
7/16
Hotel Licensing Board. Century 21 Housing.
1962
7/17
Hotel Licensing Board. Century 21 Housing.
1962
7/18
Hotel Licensing Board. Century 21 Housing.
1962
7/19
Housing Advisory Board.
1962
8/1
Housing Authority.
1962
8/2
Lighting. Tukwila Electrical Service.
1962
8/3
Metro (includes map).
1962
8/4
Motor Transportation.
1962
8/5
Motor Transportation. Special Studies.
1962
8/6
Planning Commission.
1962
8/7
Police Department. Building Alterations.
1962
8/8
Police Department. Cadet Program.
1962
8/9
Police Department. Personnel.
1962
8/10
Police Department. Police Review Board.
1962
8/11
Police Department. Police Review Board.
1962
8/12
Urban Renewal.
1962
8/13
Urban Renewal. Personnel.
1962
8/14
Urban Renewal. Personnel.
1962
8/15
Urban Renewal. Personnel.
1962
Subject Files
Box/Folder
8/16
Accounting Survey.
1962
8/17
Annexation.
1962
8/18
Century 21. Downtown Beautification.
1962
9/1
Century 21. Downtown Beautification. Forms.
1962
9/2
Charter Amendments.
1962
9/3
Charter Amendments.
1962
9/4
Charter Amendments.
1962
9/5
Christmas.
1962
9/6
Data Processing.
1962
9/7
Federal Aid.
1962
9/8
Housing.
1962
9/9
Houseboats.
1962
9/10
Industrial Insurance.
1962
9/11
Jail Consolidation.
1962
9/12
Kobe Exchange Employees (includes photographs).
1962
9/13
Laboratory Consolidation.
1962
9/14
Lake Union Pier Head Line.
1962
9/15
Mayor's Day.
1962
9/16
Monorail.
1962
9/17
Towing (includes maps).
1962
9/18
Towing.
1962
9/19
U.S. Coast Geodetic Survey (Gas Plant Site - includes plans).
1962
9/20
Urban Area Government.
1962
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Departmental Correspondence
Box/Folder
10/1
Abatement Committee.
1963
10/2
Building Department.
1963
10/3
Building Department.
1963
10/4
Century 21. Seattle Center.
1963
10/5
City Industry Relations Committee.
1963
10/6
Civil Defense.
1963
10/7
Civil Service.
1963
10/8
Civil Service.
1963
10/9
Civil Service.
1963
10/10
Civil Service. Approval of Payrolls.
1963
10/11
Civil Service. Service Pins.
1963
10/12
Civil Service. Suggestion Awards.
1963
10/13
Comptroller.
1963
10/14
Comptroller. License Division.
1963
10/15
Electrical Code Review Board.
1963
11/1
Engineering. January-March.
1963
11/2
Engineering. April-June.
1963
11/3
Engineering. July-December.
1963
11/4
Engineering. October-December (includes photographs).
1963
11/5
Engineering. Asphalt Plant.
1963
11/6
Engineering. Bridge Opening.
1963
11/7
Engineering. Central Permits.
1963
11/8
Engineering. City Council Correspondence.
1963
11/9
Engineering. City Council Correspondence.
1963
11/10
Engineering. 42nd Avenue Vacation.
1963
11/11
Engineering. Garbage.
1963
12/1
Engineering. Garbage.
1963
12/2
Engineering. Lake Union.
1963
12/3
Engineering. News Releases.
1963
12/4
Engineering. Parking.
1963
12/5
Engineering. Sewage Disposal.
1963
12/6
Engineering. Streets and Sewers.
1963
12/7
Engineering. Tolt River Dam.
1963
12/8
Engineering. Traffic Engineering.
1963
12/9
Engineering. Traffic Engineering.
1963
12/10
Executive.
1963
12/11
Executive.
1963
12/12
Executive. Condolences for City Employees.
1963
13/1
Executive. State Legislative.
1963
13/2
Executive. State Legislative.
1963
13/3
Executive. State Legislative.
1963
13/4
Fire Department.
1963
13/5
Fire Department.
1963
13/6
Fire Department. Firemen's Pension Fund.
1963
13/7
Fire Department. Reports.
1963
13/8
Furniture Committee.
1963
13/9
Health Department. January-June.
1963
13/10
Health Department. July-September.
1963
13/11
Health Department. October-December.
1963
14/1
Housing. Minority Housing.
1963
14/2
Housing Advisory Board.
1963
14/3
Housing Authority.
1963
14/4
Human Rights Commission.
1963
14/5
Law.
1963
14/6
Legislative.
1963
14/7
Library.
1963
14/8
Lighting. January-June.
1963
14/9
Lighting. July-December.
1963
14/10
Lighting. Boundary Dam.
1963
14/11
Lighting. Financial Statements.
1963
14/12
Mayor's Maritime Advisory Committee.
1963
14/13
Metro.
1963
14/14
Metro.
1963
14/15
Metro.
1963
15/1
Motor Transportation.
1963
15/2
Motor Transportation. Accounting Study.
1963
15/3
Motor Transportation. Administration Plans.
1963
15/4
Motor Transportation. Personnel.
1963
15/5
Motor Transportation. Shop Plan and Consolidation.
1963
15/6
Motor Transportation. Organization Charts.
1963
15/7
Outdoor Advertising Committee.
1963
15/8
Parks. January-April (includes plans).
1963
15/9
Parks. May-December.
1963
15/10
Parks. Highland Park (includes plan).
1963
15/11
Planning Commission.
1963
15/12
Planning Commission. Charles Street Shops (includes plans).
1963
15/13
Planning Commission. Charles Street Shops (includes plans).
1963
16/1
Police Department. Complaints.
1963
16/2
Police Department. January-March.
1963
16/3
Police Department. April-June.
1963
16/4
Police Department. July-September.
1963
16/5
Police Department. October-December.
1963
16/6
Police Department. Cadet Program.
1963
16/7
Police Department. Emergency Telephone System (Callboxes).
1963
16/8
Police Department. Harbor Department.
1963
17/1
Police Department. Harbor Department. Activity Reports.
1963
17/2
Police Department. Harbor Department. Activity Reports.
1963
17/3
Police Department. Personnel.
1963
17/4
Police Department. Police Pension Board.
1963
17/5
Police Department. Police Record Fee.
1963
17/6
Police Department. Record Bureau.
1963
17/7
Police Department. Reports and Statistics.
1963
17/8
Police Department. Reports and Statistics.
1963
17/9
Port of Seattle.
1963
17/10
Public Works, Board of.
1963
17/11
Purchasing.
1963
17/12
Retirement System.
1963
17/13
Seattle Center. January-April.
1963
17/14
Seattle Center. May-June.
1963
17/15
Seattle Center. July-August.
1963
18/1
Seattle Center. September-October.
1963
18/2
Seattle Center. November-December.
1963
18/3
Seattle-Kobe Affiliation Committee.
1963
18/4
Seattle-Kobe Affiliation Committee.
1963
18/5
Seattle-Kobe Affiliation Committee.
1963
18/6
Theatre Supervisors, Board of.
1963
18/7
Traffic Violations Bureau.
1963
18/8
Transit System.
1963
18/9
Transit System (includes map).
1963
19/1
Treasurer.
1963
19/2
Urban Renewal. January-March.
1963
19/3
Urban Renewal. April-June.
1963
19/4
Urban Renewal. July-December.
1963
19/5
Urban Renewal. Community Renewal.
1963
19/6
Urban Renewal. Coordinator (includes photographs).
1963
19/7
Urban Renewal. Coordinator. Recruitment.
1963
19/8
Urban Renewal. Grants.
1963
19/9
Urban Renewal. Grants.
1963
19/10
Urban Renewal. Seattle University and University of Washington.
1963
19/11
Urban Renewal. Seattle Urban Renewal Enterprise (S.U.R.E.).
1963
20/1
Water Department.
1963
20/2
Water Department.
1963
20/3
Water Department.
1963
20/4
Youth Commission.
1963
External Correspondence
Box/Folder
20/5
Central Association of Seattle.
1963
20/6
Century 21.
1963
20/7
Century 21 Center.
1963
20/8
Consular Corps.
1963
20/9
King County.
1963
20/10
Mental Health and Mental Retardation Planning Committee.
1963
20/11
Municipal League.
1963
21/1
Puget Sound Governmental Conference. January-February.
1963
21/2
Puget Sound Governmental Conference. March-June.
1963
21/3
Puget Sound Governmental Conference. July-August.
1963
21/4
Puget Sound Governmental Conference. September-December.
1963
21/5
Puget Sound Governmental Conference. Documents.
1963
21/6
Puget Sound Regional Planning Council.
1963
21/7
Puget Sound Regional Transportation Study Committee.
1963
21/8
Puget Sound Regional Transportation Study Committee.
1963
21/9
Safety Council.
1963
21/10
Seafair.
1963
21/11
Seattle Area Industrial Council.
1963
21/12
Seattle Area Industrial Council.
1963
22/1
United Good Neighbors.
1963
22/2
United States (Federal Government).
1963
22/3
United States (Federal Government).
1963
22/4
United States (Federal Government).
1963
22/5
Urban Area Government, Joint Committee on.
1963
22/6
Urban League.
1963
22/7
Washington State Highway Commission.
1963
22/8
Washington State Highway Commission.
1963
22/9
Washington State Legislature.
1963
22/10
Washington (State Government).
1963
Subject Files
Box/Folder
22/11
Armory.
1963
22/12
Budget.
1963
23/1
Capital Improvements Program.
1963
23/2
Christmas.
1963
23/3
Current Problems.
1963
23/4
Contracts and Budgets.
1963
23/5
Data Processing.
1963
23/6
Ferry Terminal / Fire Station Number Five.
1963
23/7
Foreign Visitors.
1963
23/8
Freeway.
1963
23/9
Hamlin Park.
1963
23/10
Houseboats.
1963
23/11
Industrial Insurance.
1963
23/12
Internship.
1963
23/13
Jail Consolidation.
1963
23/14
Lake Washington Bridge (Second). Evergreen Point.
1963
23/15
Lake Washington Bridge (Third).
1963
23/16
Mayors of Other Cities.
1963
23/17
Monorail.
1963
23/18
Monorail.
1963
23/19
Naches Pass Tunnel.
1963
23/20
Puget Sound Regional Transportation Study.
1963
23/21
R.H. Thomson Expressway.
1963
24/1
Radioactive Materials.
1963
24/2
Rapid Transit.
1963
24/3
Rapid Transit.
1963
24/4
Transit Charter Amendment.
1963
24/5
Transit Charter Amendment.
1963
24/6
Vehicle Safety.
1963
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Departmental Correspondence
Box/Folder
24/7
Apprenticeship Committee.
1964
24/8
Board of Adjustment.
1964
24/9
Board of Appeals.
1964
24/10
Building Code Advisory Board.
1964
24/11
Building Department.
1964
24/12
Building Department.
1964
24/13
Building Department. Abatement.
1964
24/14
Business Task Force.
1964
24/15
Central Business District Plan. Staff Committee.
1964
24/16
Century 21.
1964
25/1
City-Industry Relations Improvement Committee.
1964
25/2
Civil Defense.
1964
25/3
Civil Service.
1964
25/4
Civil Service.
1964
25/5
Civil Service.
1964
25/6
Civil Service.
1964
25/7
Civil Service. Service Pin Awards.
1964
25/8
Civil Service. Suggestion Awards.
1964
25/9
Comptroller.
1964
25/10
Comptroller. Facsimile Signatures.
1964
25/11
Comptroller. Finance.
1964
26/1
Comptroller. License Division.
1964
26/2
Engineering. January-March.
1964
26/3
Engineering. April-June.
1964
26/4
Engineering. July-September.
1964
26/5
Engineering. October-December.
1964
26/6
Engineering. Asphalt Plant.
1964
26/7
Engineering. Bridge Openings.
1964
26/8
Engineering. City Council Correspondence.
1964
26/9
Engineering. 42nd Avenue Vacation.
1964
26/10
Engineering. Garbage.
1964
26/11
Engineering. Garbage.
1964
26/12
Engineering. Lake Union.
1964
27/1
Engineering. News Releases.
1964
27/2
Engineering. Parking.
1964
27/3
Engineering. Sewage Disposal.
1964
27/4
Engineering. Streets and Sewers.
1964
27/5
Engineering. Tolt River Dam (includes photographs).
1964
27/6
Engineering. Traffic Engineering.
1964
27/7
Engineering. Traffic Engineering.
1964
27/8
Executive.
1964
27/9
Executive.
1964
27/10
Executive. Annual Message.
1964
27/11
Executive. Budget.
1964
27/12
Executive. Edward J. Devine.
1964
27/13
Executive. Lawson A. Elliott.
1964
27/14
Executive. Speeches. Dorm Braman.
1964
27/15
Executive. Work Training Program.
1964
27/16
Fire Code Advisory Board.
1964
27/17
Fire Department.
1964
27/18
Fire Department.
1964
28/1
Garbage Review Committee.
1964
28/2
Garbage Review Committee.
1964
28/3
General Services.
1964
28/4
Housing Advisory Board.
1964
28/5
Health Department.
1964
28/6
Health Department.
1964
28/7
Housing Authority.
1964
28/8
Human Rights. January-March.
1964
28/9
Human Rights. April-June.
1964
28/10
Human Rights. July-December.
1964
29/1
Law.
1964
29/2
Legislative.
1964
29/3
Legislative. License Code.
1964
29/4
Library.
1964
29/5
Library. Municipal Reference Library.
1964
29/6
Lighting. January-June.
1964
29/7
Lighting. July-December.
1964
29/8
Lighting. Boundary Dam.
1964
29/9
Lighting. Financial.
1964
29/10
Lighting. Rates.
1964
29/11
Lighting. Residential Street Lighting.
1964
29/12
Lighting. Tukwila.
1964
29/13
Lighting. Underground Wiring.
1964
29/14
Metro.
1964
29/15
Motor Transportation. January-April.
1964
30/1
Motor Transportation. May-June.
1964
30/2
Motor Transportation . July-October.
1964
30/3
Motor Transportation. November-December.
1964
30/4
Municipal Courts.
1964
30/5
Municipal Courts. Judge Replacement.
1964
30/6
Municipal Courts. Judge Replacement.
1964
30/7
Municipal Courts. Pro Tem Judges.
1964
30/8
Municipal Courts. Traffic Violations.
1964
30/9
Parks Department.
1964
30/10
Planning Commission.
1964
31/1
Planning Commission.
1964
31/2
Police Department. January-February.
1964
31/3
Police Department. March-May.
1964
31/4
Police Department. June.
1964
31/5
Police Department. July.
1964
31/6
Police Department. August.
1964
31/7
Police Department. September.
1964
31/8
Police Department. October.
1964
31/9
Police Department. November.
1964
32/1
Police Department. December.
1964
32/2
Police Department. Consolidation of City and County Women Prisoners.
1964
32/3
Police Department. Filing Equipment (Records Bureau).
1964
32/4
Police Department. Gambling.
1964
32/5
Police Department. Harbor Police.
1964
32/6
Police Department. Juvenile Curfew Activity.
1964
32/7
Police Department. Personnel.
1964
32/8
Police Department. Police Pension Board.
1964
32/9
Police Department. Police Review Board.
1964
32/10
Police Department. Reports and Statistics.
1964
32/11
Port of Seattle.
1964
32/12
Public Works, Board of.
1964
32/13
Purchasing.
1964
32/14
Retirement System.
1964
32/15
Seattle Center. January-February.
1964
33/1
Seattle Center. March.
1964
33/2
Seattle Center. April-May.
1964
33/3
Seattle Center. June.
1964
33/4
Seattle Center. July.
1964
33/5
Seattle Center. August.
1964
33/6
Seattle Center. September.
1964
33/7
Seattle Center. October-November.
1964
33/8
Seattle Center. December.
1964
33/9
Seattle Center. Coliseum.
1964
33/10
Seattle Center. Repertory Theater.
1964
33/11
Seattle Center. Schedule of Events.
1964
33/12
Theatre Supervisors, Board of.
1964
34/1
Transit Study Committee.
1964
34/2
Transit Study Committee.
1964
34/3
Transit System.
1964
34/4
Transit System.
1964
34/5
Treasurer.
1964
34/6
Urban Design Advisory Board.
1964
34/7
Urban Renewal.
1964
34/8
Urban Renewal.
1964
34/9
Water Department.
1964
34/10
Water Department.
1964
34/11
Youth Commission.
1964
34/12
Youth Commission.
1964
External Correspondence
Box/Folder
35/1
Alaska.
1964
35/2
American Legion.
1964
35/3
American Municipal Association.
1964
35/4
American Social Health Association. Prostitution.
1964
35/5
Art Museum.
1964
35/6
Association of Washington Cities.
1964
35/7
A.
1964
35/8
Boy Scouts.
1964
35/9
B.
1964
35/10
Chamber of Commerce.
1964
35/11
Churches.
1964
35/12
Citizens Service Bureau.
1964
35/13
Civic Unity Committee.
1964
35/14
Consular Corps.
1964
35/15
C.
1964
35/16
D - E.
1964
35/17
F.
1964
35/18
Greater Seattle.
1964
35/19
G.
1964
36/1
H.
1964
36/2
I - J.
1964
36/3
Jackson Street Community Center.
1964
36/4
King County.
1964
36/5
King County Humane Society.
1964
36/6
K.
1964
36/7
L.
1964
36/8
Mayors of Other Cities.
1964
36/9
Municipal League.
1964
36/10
M.
1964
36/11
National Defense Transportation Association.
1964
36/12
N.
1964
36/13
O.
1964
36/14
Puget Sound Air Resources Council.
1964
36/15
Puget Sound Governmental Conference.
1964
36/16
Puget Sound Governmental Conference.
1964
36/17
Puget Sound Regional Transportation Study.
1964
36/18
P.
1964
36/19
R.
1964
36/20
Safety Council.
1964
36/21
Seafair.
1964
37/1
Seattle Area Industrial Council.
1964
37/2
Seattle Beautiful.
1964
37/3
S.
1964
37/4
T - U.
1964
37/5
United Good Neighbors.
1964
37/6
United Nations.
1964
37/7
United States. Federal Government.
1964
37/8
United States. Federal Government.
1964
37/9
United States Conference of Mayors.
1964
37/10
University of Washington.
1964
37/11
Urban League.
1964
37/12
V.
1964
37/13
Washington State.
1964
37/14
Washington State.
1964
38/1
Washington State. Highway Commission.
1964
38/2
Washington State. Legislature.
1964
38/3
W - Z.
1964
Subject Files
Box/Folder
38/4
Administrative Survey.
1964
38/5
Airlines.
1964
38/6
Air Pollution. Control Advising Board.
1964
38/7
Air Pollution. General.
1964
38/8
Air Pollution. Seattle-King County Air Pollution Conference (July 24).
1964
38/9
Alcoholism.
1964
38/10
Amusement Devices. Gambling.
1964
38/11
Anti-Litter.
1964
38/12
Arboretum.
1964
38/13
Armed Forces.
1964
38/14
Armory. New/ Pier 91/Century 21 (includes map).
1964
38/15
Armory. Old.
1964
38/16
Armory. Sites.
1964
38/17
The Beatles.
1964
38/18
Capital Improvements Program.
1964
38/19
Central Waterfront Study.
1964
38/20
Christmas.
1964
38/21
Civil Rights. Racial Disturbance Planning.
1964
38/22
Community Renewal Program (1).
1964
38/23
Community Renewal Program (2).
1964
39/1
Community Renewal Program/Planning Commission.
1964
39/2
Data Processing Center.
1964
39/3
Economic Opportunity Act.
1964
39/4
Employment. Equal Opportunity/ Minority.
1964
39/5
Employment/Unemployed.
1964
39/6
Fort Lawton.
1964
39/7
Fort Lawton.
1964
39/8
Interstate - 5 Freeway.
1964
39/9
Japan. General.
1964
39/10
Japan. Japan-American Conference of Mayors.
1964
39/11
Japan. Japanese Maritime Training Squadron.
1964
39/12
Japan. Kobe Visitors.
1964
39/13
Japan. Seattle-Kobe Affiliation Committee.
1964
39/14
Japan. Seattle-Kobe Affiliation Committee.
1964
39/15
Joint Utility Billing.
1964
40/1
Legislative Program for 1965.
1964
40/2
Mayor's Day.
1964
40/3
Minority Employment.
1964
40/4
Monorail.
1964
40/5
News Releases.
1964
40/6
"Nuts."
1964
40/7
Open Space/Federal Grants.
1964
40/8
People-to-People.
1964
40/9
Peru/United America Committee for the Understanding and Development of the Hemisphere.
1964
40/10
Pike Plaza.
1964
40/11
R.H. Thomson Expressway.
1964
40/12
R.H. Thomson Underwater Tube Crossing (includes photos).
1964
40/13
Salary Study/Fire and Police Recruiting.
1964
40/14
Sand Point Naval Air Station Site.
1964
41/1
Seattle-King County Economic Opportunity Board.
1964
41/2
Seattle Public Schools.
1964
41/3
Seattle World Trade Center.
1964
41/4
Speeches. Reactions to Speech of Federal Funds.
1964
41/5
Sports. Major League Baseball.
1964
41/6
Sports. Olympic Games. Tokyo.
1964
41/7
Sports. Stadium.
1964
41/8
Spring Festival of Fun. Open House.
1964
41/9
Television Program Appearances.
1964
41/10
Third Lake Washington Bridge.
1964
41/11
Transit Charter Amendment.
1964
41/12
Trees.
1964
41/13
Unions.
1964
41/14
United Nations Celebrations.
1964
41/15
Utility Billing, Joint.
1964
41/16
War Against Poverty.
1964
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Departmental Correspondence
Box/Folder
41/17
Board of Adjustment.
1965
41/18
Air Pollution Advisory Board.
1965
41/19
Apprenticeship, Joint Advisory.
1965
41/20
Municipal Art Commission.
1965
42/1
Board of Investment.
1965
42/2
Board of Public Works.
1965
42/3
Building Code Advisory Board.
1965
42/4
Building Department.
1965
42/5
Business Task Force.
1965
42/6
City Industry Committee.
1965
42/7
Century 21/Seattle Center.
1965
42/8
Civil Defense.
1965
42/9
Civil Defense.
1965
42/10
Civil Service. January-April.
1965
42/11
Civil Service. May-December.
1965
43/1
Civil Service. Service Pin Awards.
1965
43/2
Civil Service. Suggestion Awards.
1965
43/3
Comptroller.
1965
43/4
Employment Opportunity. Special Events Committee.
1965
43/5
Economic Opportunity Board, Seattle-King County. January-March.
1965
43/6
Economic Opportunity Board, Seattle-King County. April-June.
1965
43/7
Economic Opportunity Board, Seattle-King County. July-December.
1965
43/8
Engineering. January-March.
1965
43/9
Engineering. April-June.
1965
43/10
Engineering. July-September.
1965
43/11
Engineering. October-December.
1965
44/1
Engineering. Asphalt Plant.
1965
44/2
Engineering. City Council.
1965
44/3
Engineering. Garbage.
1965
44/4
Engineering. Parking.
1965
44/5
Engineering. Sewage Disposal.
1965
44/6
Engineering. Tolt River Dam. Film.
1965
44/7
Engineering. Traffic.
1965
44/8
Executive.
1965
44/9
Executive. Ed Devine. Public Affairs.
1965
44/10
Executive. Annual Message.
1965
44/11
Executive. Citizens Service Bureau.
1965
44/12
Executive. In-Service Training.
1965
44/13
Executive. Inter-Agency Projects Coordinator.
1965
44/14
Executive. Investment Committee.
1965
44/15
Executive. Speeches. Dorm Braman.
1965
45/1
Lake Union Committee.
1965
45/2
Law Department.
1965
45/3
Legislative Department. January-July.
1965
45/4
Legislative Department. July-December.
1965
45/5
Legislative Department. Budget.
1965
45/6
Library.
1965
45/7
Lighting Department. January-May.
1965
45/8
Lighting Department. June-December.
1965
45/9
Lighting Department. Underground Wiring.
1965
45/10
Metropolitan Council.
1965
46/1
Executive. State Legislative.
1965
46/2
Executive. Sit-ins.
1965
46/3
Fire Department.
1965
46/4
Firemen's Pension Board.
1965
46/5
Garbage Review Committee. January-March.
1965
46/6
Garbage Review Committee. April-December.
1965
46/7
Garbage Review Committee. Coal Creek.
1965
46/8
General Services.
1965
46/9
Health Department.
1965
46/10
Housing Advisory Board.
1965
46/11
Motor Transportation. January-June.
1965
47/1
Motor Transportation. July-December.
1965
47/2
Housing Authority.
1965
47/3
Human Rights Commission.
1965
47/4
Mayor's Advisory Committee on Rapid Transit.
1965
47/5
Municipal Courts.
1965
47/6
Municipal Courts. Traffic Violations.
1965
47/7
Neighborhood Youth Corp.
1965
47/8
Park Department. January-June.
1965
47/9
Park Department. July-December.
1965
47/10
Park Department Property. Freeway.
1965
47/11
Planning Commission. Other Cities.
1965
47/12
Planning Commission. Other Cities.
1965
48/1
Police Department. Reese Case. June.
1965
48/2
Police Department. Reese Case. July.
1965
48/3
Police Department. Harbor Patrol.
1965
48/4
Police Department. Hargrove Complaint (includes photographs). Nave Case.
1965
48/5
Police Department. Insurance.
1965
48/6
Police Department. Juvenile Curfew Activity Reports.
1965
48/7
Police Department. King County Hospital Medical Services.
1965
48/8
Police Department. Police Training Review Committee.
1965
48/9
Police Department. Reports and Statistics (including Vice Detail).
1965
48/10
Police Department. Deputy Chief C.A. Rouse.
1965
49/1
Planning Commission.
1965
49/2
Police Department. Police Review Board.
1965
49/3
Police Department. Transcript of Public Hearing, regarding Police Review Board/ ACLU. Jan 22.
1965
49/4
Police Department. Complaints.
1965
49/5
Police Department. January-March.
1965
49/6
Police Department. April-June.
1965
49/7
Police Department. July-September.
1965
49/8
Police Department. October-December.
1965
50/1
Port of Seattle.
1965
50/2
Retirement System.
1965
50/3
Seattle Center. January-February.
1965
50/4
Seattle Center. March.
1965
50/5
Seattle Center. April-May.
1965
50/6
Seattle Center. June.
1965
50/7
Seattle Center. July-August.
1965
50/8
Seattle Center. September.
1965
50/9
Seattle Center. October-December.
1965
50/10
Seattle Center. Coliseum.
1965
50/11
Seattle Center Commission.
1965
51/1
Seattle Center. Greater Seattle Press Releases.
1965
51/2
Seattle Center. Greater Seattle Press Releases.
1965
51/3
Seattle Center. Greater Seattle.
1965
51/4
Seattle Center. International Fountain.
1965
51/5
Seattle Center. Northwest Craft Center.
1965
51/6
Seattle Center. Pacific Science Center.
1965
51/7
Seattle Center. Parking.
1965
51/8
Seattle Center. Repertory Theater.
1965
51/9
Seattle Center. Rodeo.
1965
52/1
Seattle Center. Schedules. March-August.
1965
52/2
Seattle Center. Schedules. September-December.
1965
52/3
Seattle Center. Pete Seeger (opposition to).
1965
52/4
Seattle Center. Washington Community Festival.
1965
52/5
Seattle-Kobe Affiliation Committee.
1965
52/6
Steam License Advisory Board.
1965
52/7
Theater Supervisors, Board of.
1965
52/8
Transit Study Committee.
1965
52/9
Transit System. January-July.
1965
52/10
Transit System. August-December.
1965
52/11
Transportation Study Committee.
1965
52/12
Treasurer.
1965
53/1
Urban Design Advisory Board.
1965
53/2
Urban Renewal.
1965
53/3
Urban Renewal. Community Renewal.
1965
53/4
Urban Renewal. Pike Plaza.
1965
53/5
Urban Renewal. South Seattle Redevelopment.
1965
53/6
Urban Renewal. University Addition, Northlake.
1965
53/7
Urban Renewal. Community Renewal Program (CRP).
1965
53/8
Urban Renewal. Yesler Atlantic.
1965
53/9
Water Department. January-February.
1965
53/10
Water Department. March-June.
1965
53/11
Water Department. July-December.
1965
53/12
Youth Commission. Seattle-King County. January-May.
1965
53/13
Youth Commission. Seattle-King County. June-December.
1965
External Correspondence
Box/Folder
54/1
A.
1965
54/2
Alaska.
1965
54/3
Anonymous.
1965
54/4
Art Museum.
1965
54/5
Association of Washington Cities.
1965
54/6
B.
1965
54/7
Boy Scouts.
1965
54/8
C.
1965
54/9
Central Association of Seattle.
1965
54/10
Chamber of Commerce.
1965
54/11
Consular Corps.
1965
54/12
D.
1965
54/13
E.
1965
54/14
F.
1965
54/15
G.
1965
54/16
H.
1965
55/1
I.
1965
55/2
J.
1965
55/3
Jackson Street Community Council.
1965
55/4
Japan-American Conference of Mayors and Chamber of Commerce Presidents.
1965
55/5
Japan-American Conference of Mayors and Chamber of Commerce Presidents.
1965
55/6
K.
1965
55/7
King County.
1965
55/8
King County. Humane Society.
1965
55/9
L.
1965
55/10
M.
1965
55/11
Mayors of Other Cities.
1965
55/12
Municipal League.
1965
55/13
N.
1965
56/1
National League of Cities.
1965
56/2
O.
1965
56/3
P.
1965
56/4
Patrons of Northwest Civic Cultural and Heritage Organizations (PONCHO).
1965
56/5
Puget Sound Governmental Conference. January-June.
1965
56/6
Puget Sound Governmental Conference. July-December.
1965
56/7
R.
1965
56/8
S.
1965
56/9
Safety Council.
1965
56/10
Seafair.
1965
56/11
Seattle Area Industrial Council.
1965
56/12
Seattle Beautiful.
1965
56/13
T.
1965
56/14
U.
1965
56/15
United Good Neighbors.
1965
56/16
United Nations.
1965
56/17
Urban League.
1965
57/1
U.S. Government. January-June.
1965
57/2
U.S. Government. July-December.
1965
57/3
V.
1965
57/4
W.
1965
57/5
Washington State. Auditor.
1965
57/6
Washington State. Highway Commission.
1965
57/7
Washington State. Legislative.
1965
57/8
Washington State. Public Assistance, Department of.
1965
57/9
Washington State. Urban Affairs Committee.
1965
57/10
Washington State. Other.
1965
57/11
YMCA.
1965
57/12
Y - Z.
1965
Subject Files
Box/Folder
58/1
Air Pollution. January-June.
1965
58/2
Air Pollution. July-December.
1965
58/3
Airlines. Seattle-to-Portland. January-June.
1965
58/4
Airlines. Seattle-to-Portland. July-December.
1965
58/5
Airlines. Northeast/Southwest Airlines.
1965
58/6
Alcoholism.
1965
58/7
Annexation.
1965
58/8
Anti-Communism.
1965
58/9
Armed Forces.
1965
59/1
Armed Forces Day Pageant
1965
59/2
Boeing 50th Anniversary Committee.
1965
59/3
Capital Improvement Plan
1965
59/4
Community Antenna TV (CATV).
1965
59/5
Central Business District.
1965
59/6
Central Business District Plan (includes Governmental Center).
1965
59/7
Christmas.
1965
59/8
Data Processing Study
1965
59/9
Earthquake (includes photos).
1965
59/10
Executive Envoys.
1965
59/11
Federal Funds.
1965
59/12
Federal Office Building.
1965
59/13
Fort Lawton.
1965
59/14
Freeway.
1965
59/15
Freeway. Policing.
1965
59/16
Freeway. R.H. Thomson Expressway.
1965
60/1
Governmental Center.
1965
60/2
Haller Lake Community Study.
1965
60/3
Hotel Tax.
1965
60/4
Houseboats.
1965
60/5
Insurance.
1965
60/6
Internship.
1965
60/7
Japanese Visitors.
1965
60/8
Job Fair.
1965
60/9
Joint Utility Billing.
1965
60/10
King County Fair.
1965
60/11
Labor Unions.
1965
60/12
Legislative Program for 1965.
1965
60/13
Magnolia Manor Housing.
1965
60/14
Major League Baseball.
1965
60/15
Mayor's Day.
1965
60/16
Minority Employment Survey.
1965
60/17
Monorail.
1965
60/18
Seattle-King County Economic Opportunity Board.
1965
61/1
Seattle-King County Economic Opportunity Board.
1965
61/2
Open Space.
1965
61/3
Parking for Employees.
1965
61/4
People-to-People.
1965
61/5
Peru Trip.
1965
61/6
Namu, Seattle's Captive Killer Whale.
1965
61/7
News Releases.
1965
61/8
Seattle Fire Department. Professionalization of the Fire Service. Jim Jaquet.
1965
61/9
Planning Survey. Jim Jaquet.
1965
61/10
Urban Beautification Cost Benefit Analysis. Jim Jaquet.
1965
61/11
Neighborhood Improvement Plan. Jim Jaquet.
1965
61/12
Pollution.
1965
61/13
Puget Sound Regional Transportation Study.
1965
61/14
Puget Sound Regional Transportation Study. Information Kit.
1965
62/1
Railroads.
1965
62/2
Rapid Transit. January-July.
1965
62/3
Rapid Transit. August- December.
1965
62/4
Salary Comparison of Seattle Fire and Police with College Graduates and College Trained Personnel. James Jaquet.
1965
62/5
Schools.
1965
62/6
Seacrest Property.
1965
62/7
Seattle Municipal Building.
1965
62/8
Shearwater Housing Project.
1965
62/9
Television.
1965
62/10
Trade Fair.
1965
62/11
Waterfront Study.
1965
62/12
Westlake Mall.
1965
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Departmental Correspondence
Box/Folder
62/13
Adjustment, Board of.
1966
62/14
Art Commission, Municipal.
1966
62/15
City-Industry Relations Committee.
1966
63/1
Building Department. January-June.
1966
63/2
Building Department. July-December.
1966
63/3
Civil Defense.
1966
63/4
Civil Service. January-June.
1966
63/5
Civil Service. July-December.
1966
63/6
Executive. In-Service Training.
1966
63/7
Executive. Public Affairs. Ned Devine.
1966
63/8
Executive. Speeches. Dorm Braman.
1966
64/1
Executive. Quarterly Adjustments. Police Department.
1966
64/2
Fire Department. January-June.
1966
64/3
Fire Department. July-December.
1966
64/4
Fire Department. Pension Board.
1966
64/5
Garbage Review Commission. Coal Creek.
1966
64/6
Engineering. Parking.
1966
64/7
Engineering. Streets and Sewers.
1966
64/8
Engineering. Traffic.
1966
64/9
Executive. Includes Annual Message.
1966
64/10
Executive. Administrative Assistant. Kenneth Lowthian.
1966
64/11
Executive. Budget.
1966
64/12
Executive. Citizen Service Bureau.
1966
64/13
Executive. Interns. Robert Flowers.
1966
64/14
Executive. Interns. Virginia Holman (includes reports on housing conditions, Green Lake and signs).
1966
65/1
Executive. Interns. James P. Jaquet.
1966
65/2
Executive. Interns. Phillip Shinnick.
1966
65/3
Executive. Internships.
1966
65/4
Civil Service. Service Pin Awards.
1966
65/5
Civil Service. Suggestion Awards.
1966
65/6
Committee of 1968.
1966
65/7
Comptroller.
1966
65/8
Economic Opportunity Board. January-March.
1966
66/1
Economic Opportunity Board. April-June.
1966
66/2
Economic Opportunity Board. May-July.
1966
66/3
Economic Opportunity Board. August-September.
1966
66/4
Economic Opportunity Board. October-December.
1966
66/5
Economic Opportunity Board. Projects.
1966
66/6
Economic Development, Office of. Grant Proposals.
1966
67/1
Engineering. January-March.
1966
67/2
Engineering. April-June.
1966
67/3
Engineering. July-September.
1966
67/4
Engineering. October-December.
1966
67/5
Engineering. Asphalt Plant. January-April.
1966
67/6
Engineering. Asphalt Plant. May-December.
1966
67/7
Engineering. Engineering to City Council.
1966
67/8
Engineering. Garbage and Solid Waste.
1966
67/9
Engineering. Graphic Design.
1966
67/10
Fair Rent Committee.
1966
68/1
Civil Defense.
1966
68/2
Computer Systems.
1966
68/3
Executive.
1966
68/4
Executive. Legislation.
1966
68/5
Executive. Legislation.
1966
68/6
Health Department. January-June.
1966
68/7
Health Department. July-December.
1966
68/8
Housing Authority.
1966
68/9
Housing Advisory Board.
1966
68/10
Human Rights Commission. January-June.
1966
68/11
Human Rights Commission. July-December.
1966
69/1
Law.
1966
69/2
Legislative. January-June.
1966
69/3
Legislative. July-December.
1966
69/4
Legislative. Budget.
1966
69/5
Library.
1966
69/6
Lighting. January-June.
1966
69/7
Lighting. July-December.
1966
69/8
Lighting. Underground Wiring.
1966
69/9
Meat Advisory Committee.
1966
69/10
Metro Council.
1966
69/11
Motor Transportation.
1966
70/1
Municipal Court.
1966
70/2
Municipal Court.
1966
70/3
Municipal Court. Traffic Violations.
1966
70/4
Parks.
1966
70/5
Police. Statistics.
1966
70/6
Police. January-March.
1966
70/7
Police. April-June.
1966
70/8
Police. July.
1966
71/1
Police. August-September.
1966
71/2
Police. October-November.
1966
71/3
Police. December.
1966
71/4
Police. Complaints.
1966
71/5
Police. Gambling.
1966
71/6
Police. Off-Duty Employment Permits.
1966
71/7
Planning Commission.
1966
71/8
Port of Seattle.
1966
71/9
Public Works, Board of .
1966
71/10
Police Pension Board and Police Review Board.
1966
71/11
Police. Training Review.
1966
71/12
Police. Juvenile Curfew Activity.
1966
71/13
Purchasing.
1966
71/14
Retirement System.
1966
71/15
Seafair.
1966
72/1
Seattle Center. January-March.
1966
72/2
Seattle Center. April-June.
1966
72/3
Seattle Center. July-August.
1966
72/4
Seattle Center. September-December.
1966
72/5
Seattle Center/ Greater Seattle, Inc.
1966
72/6
Seattle Center. Greater Seattle News Releases.
1966
72/7
Seattle Center. Coliseum.
1966
72/8
Seattle Center. Marine Park.
1966
72/9
Seattle Center. Pacific Science Center.
1966
73/1
Seattle Center. Parking.
1966
73/2
Seattle Center. Repertory Theater.
1966
73/3
Seattle Center. Space Needle Parking.
1966
73/4
Seattle Center. Washington Community Festival.
1966
73/5
Traffic Advisory Commission.
1966
73/6
Transit System.
1966
73/7
Treasurer.
1966
73/8
Urban Renewal.
1966
73/9
Urban Renewal. Northlake.
1966
73/10
Urban Renewal. Pike Plaza.
1966
73/11
Urban Renewal. South Seattle.
1966
73/12
Urban Renewal. Yesler Atlantic.
1966
73/13
Water Department. January-June.
1966
73/14
Water Department. July-December.
1966
74/1
Youth Commission.
1966
External Correspondence
Box/Folder
74/2
Art Commission
1966
74/3
American Legion.
1966
74/4
Association of Washington Cities (AWC)
1966
74/5
A.
1966
74/6
Boy Scouts.
1966
74/7
B.
1966
74/8
Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP).
1966
74/9
Central Association of Seattle.
1966
74/10
Chamber of Commerce.
1966
74/11
Citizens' Committee for Community Betterment.
1966
74/12
Consular Corps of Seattle.
1966
74/13
Consular Corps of Seattle. Parking Zones.
1966
74/14
Consular Corps of Seattle. British Consular.
1966
74/15
Consular Corps of Seattle. Japanese Consular.
1966
74/16
Council of Planning Affiliates.
1966
74/17
C.
1966
74/18
D.
1966
75/1
E.
1966
75/2
Forward Thrust.
1966
75/3
F.
1966
75/4
G.
1966
75/5
H.
1966
75/6
Institute of International Education.
1966
75/7
Inter-American Municipal Organization.
1966
75/8
I.
1966
75/9
Japan American Conference of Mayors.
1966
75/10
J.
1966
75/11
King County.
1966
75/12
King County Hospital.
1966
75/13
King County Humane Society.
1966
75/14
K.
1966
75/15
L.
1966
75/16
Mayors of other Cities.
1966
75/17
Municipal League.
1966
75/18
M.
1966
75/19
National League of Cities.
1966
75/20
N.
1966
76/1
O.
1966
76/2
Puget Sound Governmental Conference.
1966
76/3
P.
1966
76/4
R.
1966
76/5
Safety Council.
1966
76/6
Seattle Area Industrial Council.
1966
76/7
Seafair
1966
76/8
Seattle Natural Beauty Association.
1966
76/9
Seattle Planning and Redevelopment Council.
1966
76/10
S.
1966
76/11
T.
1966
76/12
United Good Neighbors.
1966
76/13
United Nations.
1966
76/14
United States Conference of Mayors (1).
1966
76/15
United States Conference of Mayors (2).
1966
77/1
United States Government. January-June.
1966
77/2
United States Government. July-December.
1966
77/3
United States Government. Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
1966
77/4
University of Washington (includes paper by Dudley Johnson on intergovernmental fiscal relations).
1966
77/5
Urban League Seattle.
1966
77/6
U.
1966
77/7
V.
1966
77/8
Washington State. January-June.
1966
77/9
Washington State. July-December.
1966
77/10
Washington State. Governor's Conference on Decisions for Progress.
1966
77/11
Washington State. Highway Commission.
1966
77/12
W.
1966
Subject Files
Box/Folder
78/1
Airlines.
1966
78/2
Air Pollution. January-June.
1966
78/3
Air Pollution. July-December.
1966
78/4
Air Pollution. Legislation.
1966
78/5
Alcoholism.
1966
78/6
Annexation.
1966
78/7
Armed Forces.
1966
78/8
Armory / Pier 91.
1966
78/9
Boeing 50th Anniversary.
1966
79/1
Capital Improvement Program.
1966
79/2
CATV.
1966
79/3
Central Area Beautification Program.
1966
79/4
Christmas Ship.
1966
79/5
Churches.
1966
79/6
Cross Sound Bridge.
1966
79/7
Civil Rights.
1966
79/8
Demonstration Cities Program.
1966
79/9
Electronic Data Recovery.
1966
79/10
Equal Employment Opportunity.
1966
79/11
Federal Funds.
1966
79/12
Ferry Terminal.
1966
79/13
Fire Station 22.
1966
79/14
Fort Lawton.
1966
79/15
Four Year College - Redmond.
1966
79/16
Freeway.
1966
79/17
Freeway. R H Thomson Expressway.
1966
79/18
Government Center.
1966
79/19
Governor's Conference on Decisions for Progress.
1966
79/20
Haller Lake Community Study.
1966
79/21
Housing.
1966
80/1
Initiative 225. January-March.
1966
80/2
Initiative 225. April-June.
1966
80/3
Initiative 225. July.
1966
80/4
Initiative 225. August.
1966
80/5
Initiative 225. September-December.
1966
80/6
Initiative 226.
1966
80/7
Initiative 226. Promotional Material
1966
80/8
Japanese.
1966
80/9
Joint Utility Billing.
1966
81/1
Joint Utility Billing. Drafts and Exhibits.
1966
81/2
Joint Utility Billing. Implementation.
1966
81/3
Joint Utility Billing. Legislation.
1966
81/4
King County Fair (includes photographs of City exhibit).
1966
81/5
Labor Unions.
1966
81/6
Legislative Program. Departmental Requests.
1966
81/7
Legislative Program.
1966
81/8
Legislative Program.
1966
81/9
Legislative Proposals.
1966
81/10
Mail Boxes. Residential.
1966
81/11
Major League Baseball.
1966
81/12
Mayor's Day.
1966
81/13
Medallion.
1966
81/14
Minority Employment Survey.
1966
82/1
Minority Employment Survey. Responses
1966
82/2
Monorail.
1966
82/3
Municipal Code.
1966
82/4
Neighborhood Youth Corps. January-March.
1966
82/5
Neighborhood Youth Corps. April-December.
1966
82/6
News Releases.
1966
82/7
Noise Abatement.
1966
82/8
North End Administrative Center (Haller Lake).
1966
82/9
Open Space.
1966
82/10
Outdoor Advertising. Foster and Kleiser.
1966
82/11
Pachanga.
1966
82/12
Parking Under Freeway.
1966
82/13
People-to-People.
1966
82/14
Personnel Administration.
1966
82/15
Pioneer Square Redevelopment.
1966
83/1
Phoenix Questionnaire (Police and Fire ).
1966
83/2
Prayer Breakfast.
1966
83/3
Puget Sound Regional Transportation Study.
1966
83/4
Railroads.
1966
83/5
Rapid Transit. January-March.
1966
83/6
Rapid Transit. April-May.
1966
83/7
Rapid Transit. June.
1966
83/8
Rapid Transit. July-August.
1966
83/9
Rapid Transit. September-October.
1966
84/1
Rapid Transit. November-December.
1966
84/2
Rapid Transit. Federal Funding.
1966
84/3
Room Tax.
1966
84/4
Scandinavian Airlines Inaugural Flight.
1966
84/5
Schools.
1966
84/6
Seacrest Property.
1966
84/7
Seattle-King County Economic Opportunity Board.
1966
84/8
Seattle-Kobe Affiliation.
1966
84/9
Seattle Report. Questionnaires and Draft.
1966
84/10
Seattle First National Bank Building.
1966
84/11
Seattle Spectacular.
1966
85/1
Shearwater Housing Project.
1966
85/2
Street Trees.
1966
85/3
Teenage Recreation.
1966
85/4
Television.
1966
85/5
Trade Fair.
1966
85/6
Trees.
1966
85/7
Urban Beautification. January-June.
1966
85/8
Urban Beautification. July-December.
1966
85/9
Urban Beautification. Project Requests.
1966
85/10
Visiting Nurse Program.
1966
86/1
Waterfront Study.
1966
86/2
Westlake Mall.
1966
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Departmental Correspondence
Box/Folder
86/3
Adjustment, Board of.
1967
86/4
Air Pollution Advisory Board.
1967
86/5
Appeals, Board of.
1967
86/6
Art Commission.
1967
86/7
Boundary Review Committee.
1967
86/8
Building Department . January-June.
1967
86/9
Building Department. July-December.
1967
86/10
Building Department. Building Permits.
1967
86/11
Central Business District Staff Committee.
1967
86/12
Charter Amendment Advisory Committee.
1967
86/13
Charter Amendment Advisory Committee.
1967
87/1
Charter Amendment Advisory Committee.
1967
87/2
Charter Amendment Advisory Committee.
1967
87/3
Charter Amendment Advisory Committee. Findings and Recommendations.
1967
87/4
Charter Amendment Advisory Committee. News Clippings.
1967
87/5
Civil Defense.
1967
87/6
Civil Defense.
1967
87/7
Civil Service. January-July.
1967
87/8
Civil Service. August-December.
1967
87/9
Civil Service. Service Pin Awards.
1967
87/10
Civil Service. Suggestion Awards.
1967
87/11
Civil Service. Trainees.
1967
88/1
Comptroller.
1967
88/2
Comptroller. Facsimile Signature Bonds.
1967
88/3
Comptroller. Finance.
1967
88/4
Comptroller. License Division.
1967
88/5
Economic Opportunity Board. January-March.
1967
88/6
Economic Opportunity Board. April-August.
1967
88/7
Economic Opportunity Board. September-December.
1967
88/8
Electronic Data Processing Advisory Committee.
1967
88/9
Electronic Data Processing Advisory Committee. Statistics. January-July.
1967
88/10
Electronic Data Processing Advisory Committee. Statistics. August-December.
1967
89/1
Engineering. January-March.
1967
89/2
Engineering. April-June.
1967
89/3
Engineering. July-September.
1967
89/4
Engineering. October-December.
1967
89/5
Engineering. Asphalt Plant (includes map).
1967
89/6
Engineering. Bridge Openings.
1967
89/7
Engineering. Correspondence to City Council.
1967
89/8
Engineering. Garbage.
1967
89/9
Engineering. Parking.
1967
89/10
Engineering. South Hanford Street.
1967
89/11
Engineering. Streets and Sewers.
1967
89/12
Engineering. Traffic Engineering.
1967
90/1
Executive.
1967
90/2
Executive. Budget.
1967
90/3
Executive. Budget.
1967
90/4
Executive. Budget.
1967
90/5
Executive. Budget.
1967
90/6
Executive. Budget Director.
1967
91/1
Executive. Budget Director.
1967
91/2
Executive. Budget Director.
1967
91/3
Executive. Citizens Service Bureau.
1967
91/4
Executive. Citizens Service Bureau.
1967
91/5
Executive. Edward Devine.
1967
91/6
Executive. Bob Flowers.
1967
91/7
Executive. General Services Department.
1967
91/8
Executive. Virginia Holman.
1967
91/9
Executive. Robert Lavoie.
1967
91/10
Executive. Ken Lowthian.
1967
91/11
Executive. Report to Citizens.
1967
91/12
Executive. Phillip Shinnick.
1967
91/13
Executive. Speeches. Dorm Braman.
1967
91/14
Executive. State Legislature.
1967
91/15
Fair Rent Committee.
1967
92/1
Fire Department.
1967
92/2
Fire Department.
1967
92/3
Fire Department.
1967
92/4
Firemen's Pension Board.
1967
92/5
General Services Administration.
1967
92/6
Health Department.
1967
92/7
Housing Advisory Board.
1967
92/8
Housing Authority.
1967
92/9
Human Rights Commission.
1967
92/10
Insurance Review Committee.
1967
92/11
Law.
1967
92/12
Legislative.
1967
93/1
Legislative (including photos).
1967
93/2
Legislative. Budget.
1967
93/3
Library.
1967
93/4
Lighting. January-September.
1967
93/5
Lighting. October-December.
1967
93/6
Lighting. Boundary Dam.
1967
93/7
Lighting. Underground Wiring.
1967
93/8
Meat Advisory Committee.
1967
93/9
Metro Council.
1967
93/10
Metro. Transit.
1967
93/11
Model Cities Program.
1967
93/12
Model Cities Program. Director.
1967
93/13
Motor Transportation.
1967
94/1
Municipal Courts No. 1 and 2.
1967
94/2
Municipal Court No. 3.
1967
94/3
Municipal Court. Pro Tem Judges.
1967
94/4
Municipal Court. Traffic Violations.
1967
94/5
Neighborhood Youth Corps.
1967
94/6
Neighborhood Youth Corps.
1967
94/7
Outdoor Advertising Committee.
1967
94/8
Parks. January-June.
1967
94/9
Parks. July-December.
1967
94/10
Planning Commission.
1967
94/11
Plumbing Codes Advisory Committee.
1967
95/1
Police Department. January.
1967
95/2
Police Department. February-March.
1967
95/3
Police Department. April.
1967
95/4
Police Department. April.
1967
95/5
Police Department. May.
1967
95/6
Police Department. May.
1967
95/7
Police Department. June.
1967
95/8
Police Department. July.
1967
96/1
Police Department. August-September.
1967
96/2
Police Department. October-November.
1967
96/3
Police Department. December.
1967
96/4
Police Department. Complaints.
1967
96/5
Police Department. Gambling.
1967
96/6
Police Department. Harbor Department.
1967
96/7
Police Department. International Association of Chiefs of Police.
1967
96/8
Police Department. Jail Kitchen Consolidation.
1967
96/9
Police Department. Juveniles and Curfew.
1967
96/10
Police Department. Reports and Statistics.
1967
96/11
Port of Seattle.
1967
96/12
Public Works, Board of.
1967
96/13
Purchasing.
1967
96/14
Rapid Transit Advisory Committee.
1967
96/15
Retirement System.
1967
96/16
Seattle Center. January-March.
1967
97/1
Seattle Center. April.
1967
97/2
Seattle Center. May-June.
1967
97/3
Seattle Center. July.
1967
97/4
Seattle Center. August-September.
1967
97/5
Seattle Center. October-December.
1967
97/6
Seattle Center. Greater Seattle.
1967
97/7
Seattle Center. Greater Seattle. News Bureau.
1967
97/8
Seattle Center. Dr. Timothy Leary.
1967
97/9
Seattle Center. Opera House.
1967
97/10
Seattle Center. Pacific Science Center.
1967
98/1
Seattle Center. Parking.
1967
98/2
Seattle Center. Repertory Theatre.
1967
98/3
Seattle Center. Seattle City Show.
1967
98/4
Seattle Center. Washington Community Festival.
1967
98/5
Seattle Center Commission.
1967
98/6
Standardization, Board of.
1967
98/7
Theatre Supervisors, Board of.
1967
98/8
Thoroughfare Planning Committee.
1967
98/9
Transit System. January-May.
1967
98/10
Transit System. June-September.
1967
98/11
Transit System. October-December.
1967
98/12
Treasurer.
1967
98/13
Urban Design Advisory Board.
1967
98/14
Urban Renewal.
1967
98/15
Urban Renewal. Community Renewal Program.
1967
98/16
Urban Renewal. Pike Plaza Project.
1967
99/1
Urban Renewal. South Seattle Redevelopment.
1967
99/2
Urban Renewal. University Addition/Northlake.
1967
99/3
Urban Renewal. Yesler Atlantic.
1967
99/4
Water Department.
1967
99/5
Water Department. Wesley Patton.
1967
99/6
Youth Commission.
1967
External Correspondence
Box/Folder
99/7
A.
1967
99/8
Alaska.
1967
99/9
American Legion.
1967
99/10
Anonymous.
1967
99/11
Association of Washington Cities. January-May.
1967
99/12
Association of Washington Cities. June-December.
1967
100/1
B.
1967
100/2
Boy Scouts.
1967
100/3
Central Area Citizens Committee.
1967
100/4
Central Area Motivation Program.
1967
100/5
Central Association of Seattle.
1967
100/6
Central Seattle Community Council.
1967
100/7
Chamber of Commerce.
1967
100/8
CHECC.
1967
100/9
Churches.
1967
100/10
Consular Corps.
1967
100/11
Council of Planning Affiliates.
1967
100/12
D - E.
1967
100/13
Donations, Requests for.
1967
100/14
Durkin, Senator Martin J.
1967
100/15
F.
1967
100/16
Forward Thrust. January-March.
1967
100/17
Forward Thrust. April-June.
1967
101/1
Forward Thrust. July-December.
1967
101/2
G.
1967
101/3
H.
1967
101/4
I - J.
1967
101/5
Institute of International Education.
1967
101/6
Inter-American Municipal Organization.
1967
101/7
Japan-American Conference of Mayors and Chamber of Commerce Presidents.
1967
101/8
Japan-American Conference of Mayors and Chamber of Commerce Presidents.
1967
101/9
K.
1967
101/10
King County.
1967
101/11
King County Humane Society.
1967
101/12
L.
1967
101/13
Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
1967
101/14
M.
1967
102/1
Mayors of Other Cities.
1967
102/2
N.
1967
102/3
National League of Cities.
1967
102/4
National League of Cities.
1967
102/5
National League of Cities.
1967
102/6
National League of Cities. Transportation and Communication Committee.
1967
102/7
O.
1967
102/8
P.
1967
102/9
Pacific Area Travel Association.
1967
102/10
PONCHO.
1967
102/11
Puget Sound Governmental Conference.
1967
102/12
Puget Sound Regional Transportation Planning Conference.
1967
102/13
R.
1967
102/14
S.
1967
103/1
Safety Council.
1967
103/2
Seafair.
1967
103/3
Seattle Area Industrial Council.
1967
103/4
Seattle Beautiful.
1967
103/5
Seattle-Kobe Affiliation Committee.
1967
103/6
Seattle Planning and Redevelopment Council (SPARC).
1967
103/7
Seattle Visitors Bureau.
1967
103/8
T.
1967
103/9
U - V.
1967
103/10
United Good Neighbors.
1967
103/11
United States (Federal Government).
1967
103/12
United States. Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
1967
103/13
United States. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Model Cities.
1967
104/1
United States. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Model Cities.
1967
104/2
United States. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Open Space.
1967
104/3
United States. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Open Space.
1967
104/4
United States. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Rapid Transit.
1967
104/5
United States. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Rapid Transit.
1967
104/6
United States. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Urban Beautification.
1967
104/7
United States. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Workable Program.
1967
104/8
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
1967
104/9
U.S. Conference of Mayors.
1967
104/10
University of Washington.
1967
105/1
Urban League.
1967
105/2
W.
1967
105/3
Washington State.
1967
105/4
Washington State. Highway Commission.
1967
105/5
Washington State. Legislature.
1967
105/6
Washington State. Legislature.
1967
105/7
Washington State Bar Association.
1967
105/8
Washington State Urban Arterial Board.
1967
105/9
Washington State Urban Arterial Board.
1967
105/10
Washington State Urban Arterial Board.
1967
105/11
Y.
1967
105/12
YMCA.
1967
Subject Files
Box/Folder
106/1
Abandoned Automobiles.
1967
106/2
Air Pollution. January-June.
1967
106/3
Air Pollution. July-September.
1967
106/4
Air Pollution. October-December.
1967
106/5
Air Pollution. Comments on Proposed Regulation.
1967
106/6
Air Pollution. Proposed Regulation.
1967
106/7
Air Pollution. Staffing.
1967
107/1
Airlines. January.
1967
107/2
Airlines. February-March.
1967
107/3
Airlines. April.
1967
107/4
Airlines. May.
1967
107/5
Airlines. June.
1967
107/6
Airlines. July.
1967
107/7
Airlines. August.
1967
107/8
Airlines. September.
1967
108/1
Airlines. October.
1967
108/2
Airlines. November-December.
1967
108/3
Airlines. Eastern Airlines.
1967
108/4
Airlines. Pacific Northwest-Southwest Service Investigation.
1967
108/5
Airlines. Pacific Northwest-Southwest Service Investigation.
1967
108/6
Airlines. Transpacific Route Investigation.
1967
108/7
Alcoholism.
1967
108/8
All-America Cities.
1967
108/9
Annexation.
1967
108/10
Anti-Litter.
1967
108/11
Armed Forces.
1967
108/12
Armed Forces Day Pageant.
1967
108/13
Armory.
1967
108/14
Boards and Commissions.
1967
108/15
Budget Review.
1967
108/16
Building Department Study.
1967
109/1
Capital Improvement Program
1967
109/2
Central Area Beautification Program.
1967
109/3
Christmas.
1967
109/4
Civil Rights.
1967
109/5
Communications Center.
1967
109/6
Computer Programming.
1967
109/7
Crime Statistics.
1967
109/8
Data Processing Survey. Price Waterhouse.
1967
109/9
Demonstration Cities.
1967
109/10
Detached Workers.
1967
109/11
Employment.
1967
109/12
Equal Employment Opportunity.
1967
109/13
Equal Employment Survey.
1967
109/14
Fire Station No. 23.
1967
109/15
Fort Lawton.
1967
109/16
Fortson Square.
1967
109/17
Fourth Lake Washington Bridge.
1967
109/18
Freeway.
1967
109/19
Freeway. Bay Freeway.
1967
109/20
Freeway. R.H. Thomson Expressway.
1967
110/1
Freeway. R.H. Thomson Expressway.
1967
110/2
General Services Department.
1967
110/3
General Services Department.
1967
110/4
Harbor Area Leases.
1967
110/5
Houseboats.
1967
110/6
Housing.
1967
110/7
Housing.
1967
110/8
Information About Seattle, Requests for.
1967
110/9
Information About Seattle, Requests for.
1967
111/1
Jail Consolidation.
1967
111/2
Japan.
1967
111/3
Joint Utility Billing.
1967
111/4
Joint Utility Billing.
1967
111/5
King County Fair.
1967
111/6
Labor Unions.
1967
111/7
Law Day.
1967
111/8
Legislative Program.
1967
111/9
Magnolia Tide Lands.
1967
111/10
Mayor's Prayer Breakfast.
1967
111/11
Monorail.
1967
111/12
Monorail. Remodel.
1967
112/1
Municipal Code
1967
112/2
Municipal Court.
1967
112/3
Neighborhood Youth Corps.
1967
112/4
News Releases.
1967
112/5
Noise Abatement.
1967
112/6
Oceanography.
1967
112/7
Olympic Games.
1967
112/8
Operation Triangle.
1967
112/9
Photographs, Requests for.
1967
112/10
Pioneer Square.
1967
112/11
Pollution.
1967
112/12
Prime Minister of Japan. Visit.
1967
112/13
Puget Sound Regional Transportation Study.
1967
112/14
Rapid Transit.
1967
112/15
Rapid Transit.
1967
112/16
Rapid Transit.
1967
112/17
Rapid Transit.
1967
113/1
Rapid Transit.
1967
113/2
Rapid Transit.
1967
113/3
Rapid Transit.
1967
113/4
Rapid Transit.
1967
113/5
Rapid Transit. Consultant.
1967
113/6
Rapid Transit. Grant.
1967
114/1
Riots.
1967
114/2
Riots.
1967
114/3
Sand Point.
1967
114/4
Schools.
1967
114/5
Seacrest Property.
1967
114/6
Seattle-King County Economic Opportunity Board.
1967
114/7
Sewage.
1967
114/8
Sicks' Stadium.
1967
114/9
Sicks' Stadium.
1967
115/1
Space Utilization Analysis.
1967
115/2
Street Trees.
1967
115/3
Technical Study Grant.
1967
115/4
Teen-Age Recreation.
1967
115/5
Thank Yous.
1967
115/6
Thank Yous.
1967
115/7
Thank Yous.
1967
115/8
Third Lake Washington Bridge.
1967
115/9
Third Lake Washington Bridge.
1967
116/1
Third Lake Washington Bridge.
1967
116/2
United States.
1967
116/3
United States.
1967
116/4
Urban Beautification.
1967
116/5
Urban Renewal.
1967
116/6
Victoria Tour.
1967
116/7
Waterfront Study.
1967
116/8
Westlake Mall.
1967
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Departmental Correspondence
Box/Folder
117/1
Art Commission.
1968
117/2
Board of Adjustment.
1968
117/3
Building Department.
1968
117/4
Central Business District.
1968
117/5
City Youth Council.
1968
117/6
Civil Defense.
1968
117/7
Civil Service.
1968
117/8
Civil Service. Job Trainee Program.
1968
117/9
Community Development.
1968
117/10
Comptroller.
1968
117/11
Comptroller. License Division.
1968
117/12
Computer Systems.
1968
118/1
Economic Opportunity Board. January-June.
1968
118/2
Economic Opportunity Board. July-December.
1968
118/3
Engineering. January-March.
1968
118/4
Engineering. April-May.
1968
118/5
Engineering. June-September.
1968
118/6
Engineering. October-December.
1968
119/1
Engineering. Garbage.
1968
119/2
Engineering. Lake City Sewer District.
1968
119/3
Engineering. Parking.
1968
119/4
Engineering. Streets and Sewers.
1968
119/5
Engineering. Task Force.
1968
119/6
Engineering. Traffic.
1968
119/7
Executive.
1968
119/8
Executive. Annual Message.
1968
120/1
Executive. Budget. January-June.
1968
120/2
Executive. Budget. July-December.
1968
120/3
Executive. Citizens Service Bureau.
1968
120/4
Executive. Community Renewal Program.
1968
120/5
Executive. Interns (includes Higby paper on CIP sewers and streets).
1968
120/6
Executive. Model City Program. January-June.
1968
120/7
Executive. Model City Program. July-December.
1968
120/8
Executive. Model City Program. Coordinating Committee.
1968
121/1
Executive. Speeches. Dorm Braman. January-June.
1968
121/2
Executive. Speeches. Dorm Braman. July-December.
1968
121/3
Executive. Staffing.
1968
121/4
Executive. Staff. Devine, Edward.
1968
121/5
Executive. Staff. Lavoie, Robert J.
1968
121/6
Fair Rent Committee.
1968
121/7
Fire Department.
1968
121/8
Fire Department. Firemen's Pension Board.
1968
121/9
Health Department.
1968
122/1
Housing Authority.
1968
122/2
Law.
1968
122/3
Legislative. January-March.
1968
122/4
Legislative. April-June.
1968
122/5
Legislative. July-September.
1968
122/6
Legislative. October-December.
1968
122/7
Legislative. Constituent.
1968
122/8
Legislative Review Committee.
1968
122/9
Library.
1968
123/1
Lighting. January-June.
1968
123/2
Lighting. July-December.
1968
123/3
Model Cities.
1968
123/4
Motor Transportation.
1968
123/5
Municipal Court.
1968
123/6
Neighborhood Youth Corps / Summer Youth Employment.
1968
123/7
Parks. January-June.
1968
123/8
Parks. July-December.
1968
124/1
Planning Commission.
1968
124/2
Police Department. January-April.
1968
124/3
Police Department. May-June.
1968
124/4
Police Department. July-August.
1968
124/5
Police Department. September-October.
1968
125/1
Police Department. November-December.
1968
125/2
Police Department. Community Liaison Committee.
1968
125/3
Police Department. Community Relations.
1968
125/4
Police Department. Complaints.
1968
125/5
Police Department. Gambling.
1968
125/6
Police Department. Hippies.
1968
125/7
Police Department. Investigation.
1968
125/8
Police Department. Reports and Statistics.
1968
125/9
Police Department. Student Protest at UW.
1968
125/10
Port of Seattle.
1968
125/11
Public Works.
1968
125/12
Purchasing.
1968
126/1
Traffic Violations.
1968
126/2
Rapid Transit Advisory Commission.
1968
126/3
Retirement System.
1968
126/4
Safety Coordinating Committee.
1968
126/5
Seattle Center. January-March.
1968
126/6
Seattle Center. April-June.
1968
126/7
Seattle Center. July-September.
1968
126/8
Seattle Center. October-December.
1968
126/9
Seattle Center. Advisory Committee.
1968
126/10
Seattle Center. Coliseum.
1968
126/11
Seattle Center. Greater Seattle Inc.
1968
126/12
Seattle Center. International Fountain.
1968
126/13
Seattle Center. Opera House.
1968
126/14
Seattle Center. Parking.
1968
126/15
Seattle Center. Repertory Theatre.
1968
126/16
Seattle Hospitality Committee.
1968
127/1
Theatre Supervisors, Board of.
1968
127/2
Transit Board of Review.
1968
127/3
Transit System (includes monthly reports).
1968
127/4
Urban Arterial Board.
1968
127/5
Urban Design Advisory Board.
1968
127/6
Urban Renewal.
1968
127/7
Urban Renewal. Pike Place.
1968
127/8
Urban Renewal. South Seattle.
1968
127/9
Urban Renewal. Yesler Atlantic.
1968
127/10
Water Department.
1968
127/11
Water Department. Wesley Patton.
1968
127/12
Youth Commission.
1968
External Correspondence
Box/Folder
128/1
Alaska.
1968
128/2
Art Museum.
1968
128/3
Association of Washington Cities.
1968
128/4
A.
1968
128/5
Boy Scouts.
1968
128/6
B.
1968
128/7
Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP).
1968
128/8
Central Association of Seattle.
1968
128/9
Chamber of Commerce.
1968
128/10
Churches.
1968
128/11
Citizens Legislative Review Committee.
1968
128/12
Consular Corps.
1968
128/13
C.
1968
128/14
Donation Requests.
1968
128/15
D - E.
1968
128/16
Forward Thrust.
1968
128/17
F - G.
1968
129/1
Institute of International Education.
1968
129/2
H - I.
1968
129/3
King County.
1968
129/4
King County Bar Association.
1968
129/5
King County Hospital.
1968
129/6
King County Humane Society.
1968
129/7
J - K.
1968
129/8
L.
1968
129/9
Mayors of Other Cities.
1968
129/10
Municipal League.
1968
129/11
M.
1968
129/12
National League of Cities.
1968
129/13
N - O.
1968
129/14
Puget Sound Governmental Conference.
1968
129/15
P.
1968
130/1
Rumor Center.
1968
130/2
R.
1968
130/3
Safety Council.
1968
130/4
Seafair.
1968
130/5
Seattle Area Industrial Council.
1968
130/6
Seattle Beautiful Inc.
1968
130/7
Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center (SOIC).
1968
130/8
Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center (SOIC). Reports.
1968
130/9
Seattle Planning and Redevelopment Council (SPARC).
1968
130/10
Seattle Visitors Bureau.
1968
130/11
Sister City. Bergen.
1968
130/12
S - T.
1968
130/13
United Good Neighbors.
1968
131/1
U.S. Government. General. January-March.
1968
131/2
U.S. Government. General. April-May.
1968
131/3
U.S. Government. General. June-August.
1968
131/4
U.S. Government. General. September-December.
1968
131/5
U.S. Government. Department of Transportation.
1968
131/6
U.S. Government. Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
1968
131/7
U.S. Government. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Model Cities.
1968
131/8
U.S. Government. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Open Space.
1968
131/9
U.S. Government. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Rapid Transit.
1968
131/10
U.S. Government. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Technical Study Grant.
1968
131/11
U.S. Government. Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Workable Program for Community Improvement.
1968
132/1
U.S. Armed Forces.
1968
132/2
U.S. Conference of Mayors.
1968
132/3
Urban Beautification Program (HUD).
1968
132/4
Urban Coalition.
1968
132/5
Urban League.
1968
132/6
Washington Roadside Council.
1968
132/7
Washington State. General.
1968
132/8
Washington State. Auditor.
1968
132/9
Washington State. Department of Public Assistance.
1968
132/10
Washington State. Highway Commission.
1968
132/11
Washington State. Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation.
1968
132/12
Washington State. Municipal Committee.
1968
132/13
Washington State. Urban Affairs Council.
1968
133/1
University of Washington.
1968
133/2
U - Z.
1968
Subject Files
Box/Folder
133/3
Abandoned Automobiles.
1968
133/4
Air Pollution. January-February (includes Puget Sound Air Pollution Control Agency).
1968
133/5
Air Pollution. March-April.
1968
133/6
Air Pollution. May-August (includes Puget Sound Air Pollution Control Agency).
1968
133/7
Air Pollution. September-December.
1968
133/8
Air Pollution. Air Pollution. Statements and Reports.
1968
133/9
Air Pollution. Air Pollution. Variance Applications. Benson Corp. and Sound Metals.
1968
134/1
Airlines. January-June.
1968
134/2
Airlines. July-December.
1968
134/3
Airlines. Southwest / Northwest.
1968
134/4
Alcoholism.
1968
134/5
All-American City.
1968
134/6
Annexation.
1968
134/7
Anti-Litter.
1968
134/8
Arboretum.
1968
134/9
Armed Forces Day Pageant.
1968
134/10
Armory.
1968
134/11
Armory. Appraisals.
1968
135/1
Bay Freeway.
1968
135/2
Budget.
1968
135/3
Building Code.
1968
135/4
Camperships.
1968
135/5
Capital Improvement Program.
1968
135/6
Central Area Incidents. March-July.
1968
135/7
Central Area Incidents. September-November.
1968
135/8
Central Area Incidents. December.
1968
135/9
Central Area Incidents. Constituent June-August.
1968
135/10
Central Area Incidents. Constituent August-December.
1968
136/1
Central Area O.E.O. Beautification Program.
1968
136/2
Central Area Talent Bank.
1968
136/3
Charter Amendments.
1968
136/4
Christmas.
1968
136/5
Civic Plaza.
1968
136/6
Civil Disorder - Causes and Prevention.
1968
136/7
Civil Rights. January-February.
1968
136/8
Civil Rights. March-May.
1968
136/9
Civil Rights. June-August.
1968
136/10
Civil Rights. September-December.
1968
136/11
Classification Survey.
1968
137/1
Community Development.
1968
137/2
Congressional Medal of Honor.
1968
137/3
Data Processing.
1968
137/4
Detached Workers.
1968
137/5
Employment.
1968
137/6
Equal Opportunity and Racial Harmony Seminar.
1968
137/7
Fluoridation.
1968
137/8
Fort Lawton. January-March.
1968
138/1
Fort Lawton. April-June.
1968
138/2
Fort Lawton. July-December.
1968
138/3
Fortson Square.
1968
138/4
Freeway.
1968
138/5
Freeway. R.H. Thomson. January-June.
1968
138/6
Freeway. R.H. Thomson. July-December.
1968
138/7
Freeway. R.H. Thomson. Urban Design Study (1).
1968
138/8
Freeway. R.H. Thomson. Urban Design Study (2).
1968
139/1
Freeway. R.H. Thomson. Urban Design Study (3).
1968
139/2
Freeway. R.H. Thomson. Urban Design Study (4).
1968
139/3
Greenbelts.
1968
139/4
Housing.
1968
139/5
Human Rights.
1968
139/6
Human Rights Commission.
1968
139/7
Japanese American Conference.
1968
139/8
Labor Unions.
1968
139/9
Law Day.
1968
140/1
Legislative Proposals.
1968
140/2
Magnolia Tidelands (includes open space binder #10).
1968
140/3
Major League Baseball.
1968
140/4
Monorail.
1968
140/5
Neighborhood Development Program.
1968
140/6
Noise Abatement.
1968
140/7
Northend Administrative Center.
1968
140/8
Oceanography.
1968
140/9
Olympic Games.
1968
140/10
Open Housing (1).
1968
140/11
Open Housing (2).
1968
140/12
Operation Triangle.
1968
140/13
Parking Under Freeway (1).
1968
140/14
Parking Under Freeway (2).
1968
141/1
Parks.
1968
141/2
People-to-People.
1968
141/3
Pike Place Redevelopment.
1968
141/4
Pioneer Square.
1968
141/5
Pollution.
1968
141/6
Railroads.
1968
141/7
Rapid Transit.
1968
141/8
Referendum 18 Campaign.
1968
141/9
Riots.
1968
141/10
Schools (1).
1968
141/11
Schools (2).
1968
141/12
Seacrest Property.
1968
141/13
Seattle City Show.
1968
141/14
Seattle Development Program.
1968
141/15
Shearwater Housing Project.
1968
142/1
Summer Youth Programs.
1968
142/2
Summer Youth Programs. Proposals.
1968
142/3
Swimming Pools.
1968
142/4
Television.
1968
142/5
Thank Yous (1).
1968
142/6
Thank Yous (2).
1968
142/7
Third Lake Washington Bridge.
1968
142/8
Tot Lots.
1968
142/9
Transit.
1968
142/10
Transit. Rapid Transit Study Group Trip to Toronto and Montreal.
1968
142/11
Urban Renewal.
1968
142/12
Waterfront Study.
1968
142/13
Westlake Mall.
1968
142/14
Youth Opportunity.
1968
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Departmental Correspondence
Box/Folder
143/1
Board of Adjustment.
1969
143/2
Building Department.
1969
143/3
Civil Defense.
1969
143/4
Civil Service.
1969
143/5
Civil Service.
1969
143/6
Community Development.
1969
143/7
Community Development.
1969
143/8
Community Relations.
1969
143/9
Comptroller.
1969
143/10
Corporation Counsel.
1969
143/11
Crime Prevention Advisory Commission.
1969
144/1
Economic Opportunity Board.
1969
144/2
Economic Opportunity Board.
1969
144/3
Economic Opportunity Board.
1969
144/4
Economic Opportunity Board.
1969
144/5
Economic Opportunity Board.
1969
144/6
Economic Opportunity Board.
1969
144/7
Economic Opportunity Board.
1969
144/8
Engineering.
1969
145/1
Engineering. Streets and Sewers.
1969
145/2
Executive.
1969
145/3
Executive. Budget.
1969
145/4
Executive. Budget.
1969
145/5
Executive. Budget.
1969
145/6
Executive. Budget.
1969
145/7
Executive. Citizens Service Bureau.
1969
145/8
Executive. Citizens Service Bureau.
1969
145/9
Executive. Condolences.
1969
146/1
Executive. Speeches. Dorm Braman.
1969
146/2
Executive. Speeches. Floyd Miller.
1969
146/3
Executive. Speeches. Floyd Miller.
1969
146/4
Fair Rent Committee.
1969
146/5
Fire Department.
1969
146/6
General Services. Director.
1969
146/7
Human Rights.
1969
146/8
Law.
1969
146/9
Legislative. January-March.
1969
147/1
Legislative. April-June.
1969
147/2
Legislative. July-September.
1969
147/3
Legislative. October-December.
1969
147/4
Lighting.
1969
147/5
Lighting.
1969
147/6
Metro.
1969
147/7
Model Cities.
1969
147/8
Model Cities.
1969
148/1
Model Cities.
1969
148/2
Model Cities.
1969
148/3
Model Cities.
1969
148/4
Model Cities. Agreements.
1969
148/5
Parking Commission.
1969
148/6
Parks.
1969
148/7
Parks.
1969
148/8
Personnel.
1969
148/9
Planning Commission.
1969
149/1
Police. January-March.
1969
149/2
Police. April-June.
1969
149/3
Police. July-September.
1969
149/4
Police. October-December.
1969
149/5
Police. Community Relations Project.
1969
149/6
Police. Complaints.
1969
149/7
Police. Gambling.
1969
150/1
Police. Hippies.
1969
150/2
Port of Seattle.
1969
150/3
Public Works, Board of.
1969
150/4
Purchasing.
1969
150/5
R.H. Thomson Property Management Committee.
1969
150/6
R.H. Thomson Steering Committee.
1969
150/7
Seattle Center.
1969
150/8
Seattle Center. Coliseum.
1969
150/9
Seattle Center. International Fountain.
1969
150/10
Seattle Center. Opera House.
1969
150/11
Seattle Center. Pacific Science Center.
1969
150/12
Seattle Center. Parking.
1969
150/13
Seattle Center. Washington Community Festival Association.
1969
150/14
Stadium Technical Committee.
1969
150/15
Transit.
1969
150/16
Transportation Study Committee.
1969
151/1
Transit.
1969
151/2
Transit System. Letters from Citizens.
1969
151/3
Treasurer.
1969
151/4
Urban Arterial Board.
1969
151/5
Urban Arterial Board.
1969
151/6
Urban Renewal.
1969
151/7
Urban Renewal. Pike Plaza.
1969
151/8
Urban Renewal. South Seattle Redevelopment.
1969
151/9
University Addition / Northlake.
1969
152/1
Urban Renewal. Yesler-Atlantic Project.
1969
152/2
Water Department.
1969
152/3
Youth Commission.
1969
External Correspondence
Box/Folder
152/4
Anonymous.
1969
152/5
Art Museum.
1969
152/6
Association of Washington Cities.
1969
152/7
A.
1969
152/8
Bergen, Norway (Sister City).
1969
152/9
Botanical Congress Inc.
1969
152/10
B.
1969
152/11
Central Area Cooperative.
1969
153/1
Central Association of Seattle.
1969
153/2
Central Seattle Community Council.
1969
153/3
Chamber of Commerce.
1969
153/4
Council of Planning Affiliates.
1969
153/5
Consular Corps.
1969
153/6
C.
1969
153/7
D.
1969
153/8
E - F.
1969
153/9
Greater Seattle, Inc.
1969
153/10
G.
1969
153/11
H.
1969
153/12
I - K.
1969
153/13
King County Humane Society.
1969
153/14
Kobe-Seattle Affiliation.
1969
154/1
L.
1969
154/2
Mayors of Other Cities.
1969
154/3
M.
1969
154/4
National League of Cities.
1969
154/5
N - O.
1969
154/6
Puget Sound Governmental Conference.
1969
154/7
P.
1969
154/8
R.
1969
154/9
Safety Council.
1969
154/10
Seafair.
1969
155/1
Seattle Area Industrial Council.
1969
155/2
Seattle Beautiful.
1969
155/3
Seattle-King County Bar Association.
1969
155/4
Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center.
1969
155/5
Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center.
1969
155/6
Seattle Planning and Redevelopment Council.
1969
155/7
S.
1969
155/8
S.
1969
155/9
Task Force on Transportation.
1969
155/10
T.
1969
155/11
United States.
1969
155/12
United States.
1969
156/1
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
1969
156/2
U.S. Conference of Mayors.
1969
156/3
U.S. Department of Transportation. Transit Presentation.
1969
156/4
University of Washington.
1969
156/5
Urban Coalition.
1969
156/6
Urban League.
1969
156/7
U - V.
1969
156/8
Washington State.
1969
156/9
Washington State.
1969
156/10
Washington State.
1969
156/11
Washington State Highway Commission.
1969
156/12
W.
1969
156/13
YMCA.
1969
156/14
Y - Z.
1969
Subject Files
Box/Folder
157/1
Air Pollution.
1969
157/2
Air Pollution.
1969
157/3
Airlines.
1969
157/4
Airlines.
1969
157/5
Airlines.
1969
157/6
Airlines.
1969
158/1
Airlines.
1969
158/2
Airlines.
1969
158/3
Airlines.
1969
158/4
Alcoholism.
1969
158/5
Annexation.
1969
158/6
Arboretum.
1969
158/7
Armed Forces.
1969
158/8
Building Code.
1969
158/9
Cable Television Industry.
1969
158/10
Camperships.
1969
158/11
Capital Improvements Program.
1969
158/12
Cause and Prevention of Civil Disorders.
1969
158/13
Central Area Beautification Program.
1969
158/14
Civil Rights.
1969
158/15
Convention and Visitors Bureau.
1969
159/1
Convention and Visitors Bureau.
1969
159/2
Cross-Sound Bridge.
1969
159/3
Detached Workers.
1969
159/4
Drug Abuse.
1969
159/5
Fluoridation.
1969
159/6
Fort Lawton.
1969
159/7
Freeways.
1969
159/8
Housing.
1969
159/9
Information Requests.
1969
159/10
Japan-America Conference.
1969
159/11
Law Day.
1969
159/12
Legislative Program.
1969
159/13
Monorail.
1969
159/14
Neighborhood Development Program.
1969
159/15
News Releases.
1969
160/1
Noguchi Sculpture.
1969
160/2
Noise Abatement.
1969
160/3
Open Housing.
1969
160/4
Operation Triangle.
1969
160/5
Plumbing Code.
1969
160/6
Pollution.
1969
160/7
Railroads.
1969
160/8
Rapid Transit.
1969
160/9
Riots.
1969
160/10
Rumor Center.
1969
160/11
Sand Point.
1969
160/12
Schools.
1969
160/13
Shriners Convention.
1969
160/14
Teenage Recreation.
1969
160/15
Thank You.
1969
160/16
Trade Fair.
1969
160/17
United Nations.
1969
160/18
Washington State.
1969
160/19
Waterfront Study.
1969
160/20
Westlake Mall.
1969
161/1
"Youth of Decency" Rally.
1969
161/2
Youth Opportunity.
1969
161/3
Youth Program "Pitch In."
1969
161/4
Youth Program "Pitch In."
1969
161/5
Youth Program "Pitch In."
1969
161/6
Youth Programs.
1969
161/7
Youth Programs.
1969
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Subject Files
Box/Folder
161/8
Airlines.
1970
161/9
Baseball Stadium.
1970
161/10
Budget.
1970
161/11
City Code of Conduct.
1970
162/1
Consumer Protection.
1970
162/2
Freeways.
1970
162/3
Mayor Uhlman Biographical Sketch.
1970
162/4
Miscellaneous Citizen Correspondence.
1970
162/5
Monorail.
1970
162/6
Neighborhood Councils.
1970
162/7
Parks.
1970
162/8
Police Chief Selection.
1970
162/9
Police Chief Selection.
1970
162/10
Police Chief Selection.
1970
162/11
Police Department.
1970
162/12
Sand Point.
1970
162/13
Shorelands.
1970
162/14
Taxes.
1970
162/15
Transit.
1970
162/16
Waterfront Study.
1970
162/17
Waterfront Study.
1970
163/1
Youth Programs.
1970
163/2
Youth Programs.
1970
163/3
Youth Programs.
1970

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Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box/Folder
164/1
Audio. "Love and Peace."
1969
164/2
Audio. Municipal Report.
1965
164/3
Photographs. Dorm Braman.
1966-1967
164/4
Photographs. Houseboats.
1962
164/5
Photographs. Lyndon Johnson Visit.
1964
164/6
Photographs. Open Housing Demonstrations.
1964
164/7
Photographs. Sick's Stadium.
1967
164/8
Photographs. Skagit Hydroelectric Projects.
1965
164/9
Photographs. Wes Uhlman.
1969
164/10
Photographs. Waterfront.
1969-1970
164/11
Photographs. Youth "Pitch In" Water Festival.
1969