Department of Parks and Recreation Pro Parks Acquisition Open Space Photographs, 1966-2006  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Seattle (Wash.). Dept. of Parks and Recreation
Title
Department of Parks and Recreation Pro Parks Acquisition Open Space Photographs
Dates
1966-2006 (inclusive)
Quantity
18 cubic feet, (37 boxes)
Collection Number
5811-02
Summary
Photographs documenting the evolution and improvement of more than 100 of Seattle's city parks, community centers, trails, recreation facilities, and sports fields.
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

The Department of Parks and Recreation maintains the City's parks, shorelines, and boulevards and administers community centers, public golf courses, and other athletic and cultural facilities. Seattle's first park was established in 1884 after David Denny donated land to the City for that purpose. At that time, a three-member park committee, with limited authority, was created to manage the nascent park system. A Board of Parks Commissioners was established in 1890 with control over all public parks and authority to appoint a Parks Superintendent. In 1896, the City Charter created the position of Superintendent of Streets, Sewers and Parks. The Parks Department became a separate entity in 1904. In 1926, a City Charter Amendment abolished the position of Superintendent, distributing its responsibilities between the Head Gardener and the Landscape Architect. A 1948 City Charter amendment required the Board of Park Commissioners to appoint a park superintendent to administer the department. In 1967, another City Charter Amendment reconstituted the Board as an advisory body to the Mayor and City Council, changed the agency name to Department of Parks and Recreation, and placed fiscal and operational administration under the superintendent.

In 1968 Seattle voters approved 7 out of 12 bond issues collectively called the Forward Thrust Bond issue. The approved initiative, Proposition 6, included $118 million for new parks and an aquarium. Along with federal grants and the Seattle Model City Program, the Forward Thrust Bond supported the largest expansion of the Park system in Seattle history. These programs funded more than 70 new parks and park facilities.

In 1990 the Open Space and Trails Program began with $41.8 million from the 1989 King County Open Space and Trails Bond with the mission to preserve open spaces and develop additional miles of multi-use trails. The Open Space program goal was to increase the useable undeveloped environment in the city by acquiring land through purchase, transfer, or donation to preserve as greenbelts, natural areas, recreation areas, and trails.

In 1999, Seattle voters approved a renewal of the 1991 Community Centers and Seattle Center Levy, renewing Seattle Parks and Recreation’s commitment to renovate and expand old facilities and provide new centers.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection dates from the late 1960's through 2006. Photographs in this collection represent nearly 100 of Seattle's city parks, community centers, sports fields and natural areas from pre-construction and development through construction and dedication. Documented are the activities and projects of several city and publicly-funded programs: the 1968 Forward Thrust program, the 1990 Open Space program, the 1991 (renewed in 1999) Community Center Levy program, and the 2000 Pro Parks Levy program. Subjects include: undeveloped sites, construction, including volunteer work parties, finished parks, groundbreakings and events with groups of people, sometimes including government officials such as Councilmembers, Governor Gary Locke, and Mayor Norm Rice. Included as well are photographs documenting Open Space Fund Tours, Opportunity Fund Tours and Neighborhood Matching Fund awards events. The format of this collection consists of small and large prints, slides, various size negatives, photograph CDs and two video tapes. There is also one box of textual materials, consisting mostly of drawings and plans. There is some overlap among the media. Many of the prints, negatives and slides are undated. The collection is organized by name of park or natural area, sometimes by street address or general location. See below for the folder list. Boxes 1-27 consist of mostly pre-1990 prints. Boxes 28-35 consist of mostly post-1990 prints. Boxes 36-49 consist of slides, negatives and multi-media dated from the 1960s to 2006.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Title of image, date. Item number.] Pro Parks Acquisition Open Space Photographs, Record Series 5811-02. 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.

5811-02:  Pro Parks Acquisition Open Space Photographs, 1966-2006Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
17th Ave. Park
1972-
1/2
25th Ave. Park
-
1/3
26th Ave. Park
-
1/4
28th and Jackson Mini Park
1968-1970
1/5
30th Ave. Mini Park
1969-
1/6
34th East & East Pike Street Mini Park
1974-1978
2/7
Alki Playground
1983-
2/8
Aquarium - Construction
1974-1977
2/9
Arboretum - Visitor's Center and Site Improvements
1985-
2/10
Arboretum - Visitor's Center and Site Improvements
1986-1987
2/11
Arboretum - Visitor's Center and Site Improvements
1983-1985
3/12
Armeni Park - Ramp Development
1982-1983
3/13
Armeni Park - Ramp Development
1982-1983
3/14
Armeni Park - Ramp Development
1975-1976
3/15
Armory Park
1974-
3/16
Atlantic City Boat Ramp
1964-1974
3/17
Atlantic City Boat Ramp
1986-1987
3/18
Ballard Community Center
1972-1985
4/19
Ballard Community Center Play Area & Old Adams School
1971-1987
4/20
Ballard Swimming Pool and Tennis Courts - Construction
1971
4/21
Banner Place Viewpoint
1974-
4/22
Bayview Kinnear Play Area
1983-
4/23
Beacon Hill Playground
1969-1975
4/24
Beer Sheva Park
1978-
4/25
Belmont Park
1969-1974
4/26
Benefit Playground
1978-1981
4/27
Bergen Place (Ballard Circle Park)
1975-
4/28
Bitterlake Park & Playfield
1966-1984
4/29
Bradner Park
1970-
4/30
Brighton Playfield
1972-1973
4/31
Broadway Playfield (Bobby Morris)
1973-1987
5/32
Bryant Playfield - Preconstruction, Construction, Dedication
1975-1978
5/33
Burke Gilman Trail - Drainage Installation, Dedication
1976-1989
5/34
Burke Gilman Trail - Preconstruction, Dedication
1976-1978
5/35
Burke Gilman Trail
1976-1977
6/36
Camp Long - Improvements
1969-1974
6/37
Camp O.O. Denny
1969-1983
6/38
Capitol Hill Viewpoint-Preconstruction, Construction (Louisa Borden Lookout)
1969-1976
6/39
Carkeek Park Expansion
1975-
6/40
Central West Seattle Community Center [Highpoint]
1975-1987
6/41
Central West Seattle Playfield [Highpoint]
1974-1979
6/42
Christie Park (43rd Street)
1980-
6/43
Colman Park Walkways - Demolition, Renovation, Inspection
1978-1988
6/44
Commodore Park - Fish Ladder Rededication, Construction, Undated Photos
1970-1978
6/45
Cowen Park - Pre-Construction, Post-Construction
1974-1976
7/46
Delridge Playfield
1981-
7/47
Downtown Seattle - Waterfront
1980-1983
7/48
Eckstein Park
-
7/49
Fauntleroy Park
1970-25205
7/50
Fort Dent Athletic Complex
1978-1981
7/51
Firehouse Park
1969-1987
7/52
First Hill Pocket Park
1967-1978
7/53
Freeway Park - Construction
1974-1981
7/54
Freeway Park - Preconstruction, Construction
1969-1983
7/55
Freeway Park Construction , Safety and Improvements
1972-1975
7/56
Freeway Park Construction, Dedication
1979-1984
8/57
Freeway Park Construction
1974-1979
8/58
Fremont Canal Park - Pre Canal [Ross Creek], Post Canal
1981-
8/59
Garfield Community Center & Track [Powell Barnett Park]
1969-1984
8/60
Garfield Playfield - Improvements
1969-1987
8/61
Garfield Playfield Expansion
1969-1980
8/62
Genesee Park
1970-1981
8/63
Georgetown Playfield
1969-1981
8/64
Gilman Playfield
1972-
8/65
Golden Gardens Park
1969-1976
8/66
Green Lake Boating and Sailing
1973-1980
9/67
Green Lake Community Center
1974-1976
9/68
Green Lake Park
1970-1981
9/69
Green Lake Park
1966-1979
9/70
Hale School Track and Field
1981-
9/71
Hamlin Park
1969-
9/72
Harrison Street Pocket Park
1969-1971
9/73
Helene Madison Pool
1979-1987
9/74
Hiawatha Playfield and Community Center
1971-1985
9/75
Highland Park Playground
1972-1983
9/76
High Point Community Center
1981-1982
9/77
Hing Hay Pavillion
1974-1976
9/78
Horton Hill Park
1975-
9/79
Howe Playfield
1983-
9/80
Hughes Playground
1970-
9/81
Hutchinson Playground
1970-1977
9/82
Ingraham Swimming Pool [Helene Madison Pool]
-
9/83
Interbay Sportsfield
1981-
9/84
International Childrens Park
1978-1981
9/85
International District Mini Park
1978-1981
10/86
Jackson Park Golf Course
1969-1981
10/87
Jefferson Park Community Center
1973-
10/88
Jefferson Park Golf Course
1966-1971
10/89
Jefferson Park Lawnbowling
1969-1985
10/90
Jefferson Park Playfield
1978-1979
10/91
Judkins Park and Playfield
1974-1978
10/92
Kobe Terrace
1974-1976
10/93
Lake Washington / Seward Park Bike Path
1974-1983
10/94
Lake City Community Center
1971-1982
10/95
Lake City Park
1979-1981
11/96
Lake City Treatment Plant
1978-
11/97
Langston Hughes Community Center
1976-1980
11/98
Lakewood Moorage
1969-
11/99
Laurelhurst Playfield
1969-1977
11/100
Leschi / Madronna Bulkhead
1969-1976
11/101
Leschi Moorages Extension
1969-1984
11/102
Leschi (N) Moorages
1975-1976
11/103
Leschi Playground
1971-1972
11/104
Lincoln Park
1969-1985
11/105
Lower Woodland Playground
1969-1983
11/106
Lower Woodland Sportsfield Improvements
1981-1983
11/107
Lower Woodland Sportsfield Improvements
1980-1983
12/108
Lowman Beach
1983-
12/109
Loyal Heights Community Center
1979-1987
12/110
Madison Park
1969-1984
12/111
Madrona Briar Patch
1978-1979
12/112
Madrona Park / Playground
1969-1979
12/113
Magnolia Community Center Improvements
1978-1982
12/114
Magnolia Waterfront
1965-1967
12/115
Magnuson Park
1973-1980
13/116
Maplewood Playfield [Beacon Hill]
1969-1975
13/117
Market Park [Virginia Street Park]
1979-1984
13/118
Market Park [Virginia Street Park]
1979-1982
13/119
Martha Washington Site Study
1979-
13/120
Matthews Beach
1967-1975
13/121
Mayfair Park
1970-
13/123
Meadowbrook Playfield
1969-1978
13/124
Meadowbrook Pool
1971-1979
13/125
Meadowbrook Restroom
1974-
14/126
Meridian Neighborhood Playground
1975-1981
14/127
Meridian Neighborhood Playground
1981-1984
14/128
Montlake Community Center
1969-1982
14/129
Mount Baker Boulevard
1976-
14/130
Mount Baker Park
1974-1984
14/131
Mount Baker Rowing and Sailing Facility
1982-1985
14/132
Mount Baker Rowing and Sailing Facility
1984-
15/133
Myrtle Edwards Park
1979-
15/134
Neil J. Sandel Playground
1968-1974
15/135
North Acres Park Expansion (Ingraham Pool) [Helene Madison Pool]
1969-1971
15/136
North Beach Park
1970-
15/137
North / South Passage Point Park
1976-1983
15/138
Occidental Park
1972-1974
15/140
Pendleton Miller Playfield
1971-1987
15/141
Phinney Ridge Play Area
1974-
15/142
Pinehurst Park
1969-1972
15/143
Pioneer Square
1973-
16/144
Prefontaine Fountain
1973-1974
16/145
Edwin T. Pratt Park
1974-1977
16/146
Queen Anne Bowl
1971-1974
16/147
Queen Anne (NE) Playfield
1973-1974
16/148
Queen Anne Viewpoint
1969-1979
16/149
Queen Anne (W) Playfield
-
16/150
Rainier Beach Community Center
1971-1987
16/151
Rainier Beach Playfield
1968-1976
16/152
Ravenna Playground
1974-1984
17/153
Ravenna Tennis Courts
1969-1974
17/154
Red Barn Ranch
1979-
17/155
Riverview Playground
1969-1981
17/156
Dr. Jose Rizal Park
1974-1981
17/157
Dr. Jose Rizal Park
1980-1981
17/158
Roanoke Park Rehabilitation
1969-
17/159
Rodgers Playground
1974-1979
17/160
Ross Playfield
1969-1974
17/161
Roxhill Park
1969-1974
17/162
Sacajawea Playfield
1969-1972
17/163
Sand Point Playfield
-
17/164
Schmitz Waterfront Park
1974-1989
17/165
Seacrest Park
1968-1989
17/166
Service Shops & Yards [Interbay, Haller Lake]
1971-1972
18/167
Seattle Center
1967-
18/168
Seattle Tennis Center
1974-1977
18/169
Seattle Tennis Center
1977-1979
18/170
Seward Park
1969-1984
18/171
Seward Park & Ohler Island Shoreline Improvements
1977-1983
18/172
Seward Park & Ohler Island Shoreline Improvements
1979-1984
19/173
Seward Park & Ohler Island Shoreline Improvements
1981-
19/174
Sicks Stadium
1969-
19/175
Soundview Terrace
1970-
19/176
South Area Athletic Facility [Tukwila]
1975-
19/177
South College Street Park
1969-1974
19/178
South Park Community Center
1970-
19/179
Southwest Community Center and Pool
1974-1984
19/180
Spring Street Mini Park
1969-1971
19/181
South Shore Viewpoint [Ship Canal]
1970-1977
19/182
Spruce Park
1972-1987
19/183
Swimming Pool Improvements [Kittias Valley Memorial Pool]
-
19/184
Thomas St. Mini Park
1972-1974
19/185
Thornton Creek
1968-
20/186
Tilikum Place Park
-
20/187
University District Mini Park
1975-
20/188
University Playground
1979-1983
20/189
Van Asselt Playground
-
20/190
Victory Heights Playground
1975-1978
20/191
View Ridge Playfield
1969-1970
20/192
Volunteer Park
-
21/193
Wallingford Park
-
21/194
Washington Park
1969-1977
21/195
Waterfront Park
1973-1981
21/196
West Duwamish Greenbelt
1966-
21/197
West Seattle Golf Course
1972-1981
21/198
West Seattle Lighthouse [see Oversize volume]
1976-
21/199
West Seattle Reservoir Park
1975-1977
21/200
West Seattle Stadium
1972-1973
22/201
West Seattle Stadium
1984-1987
22/202
Woodland Park
1977-1980
22/204
Woodland Park Zoo - African Savanna Exhibit
1977-1983
22/205
Woodland Park Zoo - Asian Primates Exhibit
1971-1979
22/206
Woodland Park Zoo - Children's Farm
1970-1979
22/207
Woodland Park Zoo - Children's Theatre
1970-
23/203
Woodland Park Zoo - African Savanna Exhibit
1977-1982
23/208
Woodland Park Zoo - Commisary
1977-
23/209
Woodland Park Zoo - Education Center
1980-1981
23/210
Woodland Park Zoo - Entry Control / Fencing
1977-
23/211
Woodland Park Zoo - Gorilla Exhibit
1977-1981
23/212
Woodland Park Zoo - Gorilla Exhibit
1977-1980
23/213
Woodland Park Zoo - Major Utilities Construction
1977-
23/214
Woodland Park Zoo - Nocturnal House
1970-1980
23/216
Woodland Park Zoo - Small Mammal Grotto
1979-1980
24/215
Woodland Park Zoo - Orang-Utang Exhibit
1977-
24/217
Woodland Park Zoo - Tropical Aviary Exhibit
1977-
24/218
Woodland Park Zoo - Veterinary Office
1980-
24/219
Woodland Park Zoo - Waterfowl Exhibit
1977-1980
24/220
Yesler Atlantic Pedestrian Parkway
1974-
24/221
Yesler Atlantic Park [now Pratt Park]
1972-1974
24/222
Miscellaneous
-
25/223
Oversize volume: Atlantic City Boat Ramp
1964-
25/224
Oversize volume: Freeway Park
-
25/225
Oversize volume: West Seattle Lighthouse
1976-
26/226
Paper Volume: Ballard Community Center Play Area [see also Box 4]
-
26/227
Paper Volume: Commodore Park [see also Box 6]
-
26/228
Paper Volume: Fort Dent Athletic Complex [see also Box 7]
-
26/229
Paper Volume: Fremont Canal Park [see also Box 8]
-
26/230
Paper Volume: Greenlake Park [see also Box 9]
-
26/231
Paper Volume: International Children's Park [see also Box 9]
-
26/232
Paper Volume: Jefferson Park Golf Course [see also Box 10]
-
26/233
Paper Volume: Leschi Playground [see also Box 11]
-
26/234
Paper Volume: Lincoln Park [see also Box 11]
-
26/235
Paper Volume: Maplewood Playfield [see also Box 13]
-
26/236
Paper Volume: Market Park [see also Box 13]
-
26/237
Paper Volume: Pinehurst Playfield [see also Box 15]
-
26/238
Paper Volume: Powell Barnett Playground
-
26/239
Paper Volume: Dr. Jose Rizal Park [see also Box 17]
-
26/240
Paper Volume: Seattle Center [see also Box 18]
-
26/241
Paper Volume: Shoreline Improvements, Seward Park / Ohler Island
-
26/242
Paper Volume: Wallingford Park [see also Box 21]
-
26/243
Paper Volume: West Seattle Golf Course [see also Box 21]
-
26/244
Paper Volume: West Seattle Reservoir [see also Box 21]
-
26/245
Paper Volume: Woodland Park Zoo, Gorilla Exhibit [see also Box 23]
-
26/246
Paper Volume: Miscellaneous
-
27/247
14th Ave NW Boat Ramp
-
27/248
17th SW
1994-
27/249
3001 E. Madison [See Also Oversize]
1995-
27/250
6th Avenue NW: Pocket Park [See Also Disc #1]
2005-
27/251
Adopt-A-Park Event [See also Oversize]
1993-
27/252
Aerials [See Also Oversize]
-
27/253
Alki - View of Downtown
-
27/254
Alki [Construction]
1997-
27/255
Alki Beach
1992-
27/256
Alki Beach Trail [construction]
1997-
27/257
Alki Beach Trail
1998-
27/258
Alki Beach Trail
1997-
27/259
Alki Beach Trail
1998-
27/260
Alki Lighthouse
-
27/261
Alki: 3701 Beach Drive [Greg Nickels and others]
1995-
27/262
Alki: Duwamish Head Greenbelt
1997-
27/263
Annie's Playground [See also Disc #9]
2004-
27/264
Arroyos
1993-1995
27/265
Arroyos
1994-
27/266
Arroyos
1994-
27/268
Baker Park (Ballard) [See also Oversize]
1997-
27/269
Baker Park: Earth Day
1995-
27/270
Baker Park: Neighborhood Matching Fund [Norm Rice]
1995-
27/271
Ballard
2003-
27/272
Ballard: 17th and 63rd [See also Disc #2]
2003-
27/273
Ballard Locks: Salmon
2000-
27/274
Belltown: Cottage Park Grand Opening [See also Disc #3, #4]
1995-
27/275
Belltown: P-patch Grand Opening [See also Oversize]
1995-
27/276
Bitter Lake [community center]
1998-
27/277
Bitter Lake Community Center [groundbreaking, Sue Donaldson]
1998-
27/278
Bitter Lake Opening [Norm Rice, Cheryl Chow]
1997-
28/279
Blindheim Dedication [Norm Rice, Cheryl Chow]
1993-
28/280
Bobby Morris Opening
1996-
28/281
Burke Gilman Bridge Seismic: NE 45th Street [construction]
1995-
28/283
Burke Gilman Trail: 3rd - 8th NW [See also Oversize]
1980-1994
28/284
Cal Anderson Park [See also disc #5, #6]
2005-
28/285
Camp Long
1995-
28/286
Camp Long
1997-
28/287
Camp Long Lead Paint Removal
-
28/288
Camp Long Construction
1997-
28/289
Camp Long Construction
1997-
28/290
Camp Long Construction
1997-
28/291
Camp/Yes Event
1994-
28/292
Capitol Hill P-patch
1997-
28/293
Carkeek [Earth Day event]
-
28/294
Carkeek Bridge Seismic [construction]
1995-
28/295
Carkeek Jamboree
1997-
28/296
Carkeek Jamboree
1997-
28/297
Carkeek Park
1998-
28/298
Cascade Park [construction]
1997-
28/299
Cascade Playground [Greg Nickels, See also disc #7]
2005-
28/300
Catholic Hill Link (Burke-Gilman)
-
28/301
Cheasty
1990-
28/302
Cheasty
1992-
28/303
Cheasty
1993-
28/304
Community Center Signs
1992-
28/305
Concord Clearing: Earth Day
1995-1997
28/306
Conservation Futures Fund Hearing: Citizens Committee [See also Oversize]
1993-
28/307
Cormorant Cove, 3701 Beach Dr. SW
1998-
28/308
Cornish
-
28/309
County Citizens Committees
1993-1997
28/310
Creek People Event
1993-
28/311
Danny Woo International Garden [see also disc #8]
2003-
28/312
Dearborn School: "Forest Guides" [See also Oversize]
1997-
28/313
Delridge Community Center
1995-
28/314
Discovery Park
1997-
29/315
Discovery Park Groundbreaking
1996-
29/316
Discovery Park Visitor Center
-
29/317
Discovery Park Visitor Center Dedication
1998-
29/318
Duwamish Head Greenbelt:(UW Site 1997, Near Snoqualmie? 1989) [See also Oversize]
1995-1997
29/319
Duwamish Head - Sunset Ave
-
29/320
East Duwamish
1993-
29/321
East Duwamish
1989-
29/322
West Duwamish
-
29/323
Eastlake / Fairview Olmsted [see also oversize]
1995-
29/324
Ernst Park Event [see also disc #9]
2004-
29/325
Fairview Olmsted
1995-
29/326
Fairview Olmsted
1998-
29/327
Fairway Estate
1995-1997
29/328
Fauntleroy
-
29/329
Fauntleroy Creek
-
29/330
Firehouse Minipark Dedication
1997-
29/331
Firehouse Minipark Groundbreaking
1996-
29/332
First Hill
2005-
29/333
Flo Ware Park [See also disc #10, #11, #12, #13]
2004-
30/334
Fremont [See also disc #14]
2005-
30/335
Future Funding at Chittenden Locks [Gary Locke]
1996-
30/336
Future Funding at Seattle Center Event
1996-
30/337
Garfield Community Center
-
30/338
Garfield Community Center Construction
-
30/339
Garfield Community Center Groundbreaking
1994-
30/340
Gas Works Field Work
1997-
30/341
Gas Works Play Barn
-
30/342
Genesee Park: Crew Quarters, Play Area
1998-
30/343
Georgetown DOT
-
30/344
Golden Gardens
1993-
30/345
Golden Gardens [Disc #17]
2003-
30/346
Golden Gardens: NW 60th Viewpoint, GG, SPIF
1996-
30/347
Greening of Seattle Event
1998-
30/348
Greenlake Elevator
1997-
30/349
Greenlake Path Bathroom, Small Craft Center
1997-
30/350
Greenlake Path Construction Signs
1997-
30/351
Greenlake Path Opening
1997-
30/352
Greenlake Path Paving
1997-
30/353
Greenwood Park Opening [Greg Nickels, See also disc #15, #16]
2002-2003
30/354
Hamm's Creek
1995-
30/355
Harrison Ridge
2003-
30/356
Hitt's Hill [See also disc #18, #19]
2001-2003
30/357
Homer Harris Dedication [Ron Sims; see also disc #20, #21, #22, #23, #24]
2005-
30/358
International District
2002-
30/359
Japanese Garden Bridge: ADA project
1997-
31/360
Judkins Ballfield
1998-
31/361
Judkins Ballfield and Central Park Trail Dedication [Mike Lowry, Paul Schell]
1998-
31/362
Judkins Ballfield Dedication [Norm Rice]
1997-
31/363
Judkins Park: Mariner Ballfield Construction Complete [See also Oversized]
1997-
31/364
Judkins Play Area
1997-
31/365
Kartess Property [Thornton Creek]
2002-
31/366
Katie Blacks Garden
1996-1997
31/367
Kiwanis Ravine [See also Disc #25]
1993-2005
31/368
Kubota Garden [See also Disc #25 and #26]
1996-2005
31/369
Lake City
1995-1996
31/370
Lakeridge Park
1997-
31/371
Landslides: North Beach, Queen Anne, Sunset Hill / Shilshole, West Seattle
1997-
31/372
Langston Hughes Jamboree
1997-
31/373
Leschi
1995-2003
31/374
Little Brook Park [Disc #27]
1997-2004
31/375
Longfellow Creek [See also Oversize]
1992-1997
31/376
Longfellow Creek Presentations
1998-
31/377
Lower Woodland Playfield
1997-
31/378
Lower Woodland Playfield
1997-
31/379
Lowman Beach Park
1995-
31/380
Lowman Beach Seaboard Lumber
1996-
31/381
Loyal Heights Elevator
1998-
31/382
MacLean Park
2003-
31/383
Madrona Ravine
-
31/384
Madrona Woods Tour
-
31/385
Magnolia
1997-
31/386
Magnolia Greenbelt
1989-
31/387
Magnuson Park Asbestos Removal
1997-
31/388
Magnuson P-patch
2003-
31/389
Magnuson Tennis Court
1995-
31/390
Maple Leaf [Disc #28, #29, #30]
2003-
32/391
Maple School
1995-1997
32/392
Maple School Ravine
1994-
32/393
Marron Property (S. Park, Desimone Farm?)
-
32/394
Martha Washington Park
1998-
32/395
Martin Luther King Jr. Park
1995-
32/396
Me Kwa Mooks [Disc #31]
1993-2004
32/397
Meadowbrook
1997-
32/398
Meadowbrook Community Center
1996-
32/399
Meadowbrook Community Center
1996-
32/400
Meadowbrook Community Center
1996-
32/401
Meadowbrook Community Center
1996-
32/402
Meadowbrook Community Center
-
32/403
Meadowbrook Community Center Opening
1997-
32/404
Medgar Evers Pool
1997-
32/405
Miller Community Center (See also Oversize)
1998-
32/406
Miller Community Center
1998-
32/407
Miller Community Center Dedication
1998-
32/408
Miller Community Center Groundbreaking
1996-
32/409
Miller Community Center Sign
1995-
32/410
Mount Baker
2003-
32/411
Mount Baker Rowing
1996-
32/412
Mount Baker Rowing & Sailing
1995-
32/413
Mt. View Natural Area [See also Oversize]
1992-
32/414
Nations in Bloom at Seattle Center
2003-
32/415
NSCC
-
32/416
NW 60th St.
-
32/417
Open Space Tours: Deadhorse Canyon / Lakeridge Park
1997-
32/418
Open Space Tours: Greenwood Community Garden
1997-
32/419
Open Space Tours: Madrona Shelter
1997-
32/420
Open Space Tours: South West
1997-
32/421
Open Space Tours: St. Mark's Greenbelt
1997-
32/422
Open Space Tours: West Seattle Camp Long
1993-
32/423
Opportunity Fund Tour: Cesar Chavez Park [Disc #36, #37]
2005-
32/424
Opportunity Fund Tour: Mt. Baker Ridge Viewpoint
2002-
32/425
Opportunity Fund Tour: Piper's Creek
2002-
32/426
Opportunity Fund Tour: w / Citizen Committee
2002-
32/427
Orchard St
-
32/428
Othello Playground
1995-
32/429
Parks for All: Montlake Rally
2000-
32/430
Pelly Place
1995-
32/431
Piper's Creek [See Also Oversize]
1991-1997
32/432
Pritchard Beach House Dedication
1996-
32/433
Pritchard Beach Opening
1996-
33/434
ProParks Campaign
2000-
33/435
Project Signs
-
33/436
Puget Creek
-
33/437
Puget Park
1994-1997
33/438
Puget Park
1998-
33/439
Queen Anne [See Also Oversize]
1997-2001
33/440
Queen Anne Bowl
1998-
33/441
Queen Anne Bowl
1998-
33/442
Queen Anne Bowl
1998-
33/443
Queen Anne Bowl
1998-
33/444
Queen Anne Bowl
1998-
33/445
Queen Anne Bowl Construction
1998-
33/446
Queen Anne Bowl Construction
1998-
33/447
Queen Anne Bowl Construction
1998-
33/448
Queen Anne Bowl Construction
1998-
33/449
Queen Anne Bowl First Kick Ceremony
1998-
33/450
Queen Anne Pool
1995-
33/451
Rainier
-
33/452
Rainier Community Center
-
33/453
Rainier Community Center
1995-
33/454
Rainier Community Center
1998-
33/455
Rainier Community Center
1996-
33/456
Rainier Community Center Construction
-
33/457
Rainier Community Center Groundbreaking [Norm Rice]
1995-
33/458
Ravines - College St., Schmitz, Mountain View, Fairmount
-
33/459
Ross Park
1995-
33/460
Roxhill: Conservation Corps
1998-
33/461
Schmitz Park [Greg Nickels; See also Disc #33]
2003-
33/462
Seaboard Site
-
33/463
Seaboard Site
1996-
33/464
SE Grounds Headquarters Open House
1998-
33/465
Seattle Open Space Bond Program, Roll 1: NE Queen Anne GB, NE Queen Anne GB, Sunset West Condos
1989-
33/466
Seattle Open Space Bond Program, Roll 2: NE Queen Anne GB
1989-
33/467
Seattle Open Space Bond Program, Roll 3: St. Mark's GB
1989-
33/468
Seattle Open Space Bond Program, Roll 4: Duwamish Head GB
1989-
33/469
Seattle Open Space Bond Program, Roll 5: City Light project [Longfellow Creek, Seola Beach, West Seattle GB, Duwamish Head GB]
1989-
33/470
Seattle Open Space Bond Program, Roll 6: Longfellow Creek
1989-
33/471
Seattle Waterfront: Salmon Homecoming [Disc #29, #32]
2003-
33/472
Seola Beach Waterfront
1997-
33/473
Seward Park
1995-
33/474
Seward Park SPIF
1996-
33/475
Smith Cove [Disc #34]
1995-2003
33/476
South Lake Union: Ship Canal Trail
1996-
33/477
South Ship Canal
1996-
34/478
Space Needle
-
34/479
SPIF Boat Trip
1992-
34/480
SPIF Boat Trip
1992-
34/481
SPIF Boat Trip
1992-
34/482
St. Mark's Earth Day
1997-
34/483
St. Mark's Greenbelt
-
34/484
St. Mark's Greenbelt
1997-
34/485
Sunnyside Ave N Boat Ramp
-
34/486
Thornton Creek
1994-1997
34/487
Thornton Creek: Mayor Nickels [See also Disc #15]
2003-
34/488
Thornton Creek: Meadowbrook Wetland Restoration
-
34/489
Thornton Creek: Victory Creek
1997-
34/490
Thornton Creek: Willow Creek
1994-
34/491
Thornton Creek: WWRC Tour
1995-
34/492
Thyme P-patch
2003-
34/493
Trolley Hill Park
2003-
34/494
Uptown Walking Tour
2002-
34/495
Urban Resources Partnership Initiative Kickoff
-
34/496
Vashon
1994-
34/497
Venema [See Also Oversize]
-
34/498
Volunteer Park: Seattle Art Museum
-
34/499
Wallingford Steps
2002-
34/500
Waterways Event
1994-
34/501
Waterways 2000: City Conference
1994-
34/502
Waterways 2000: Seattle Center
1995-
34/503
Waterways Tour: Piper's Creek
1994-
34/504
West Ballard P-patch
-
34/505
West Seattle
-
34/506
West Seattle Greenbelt
1994-
34/507
West Seattle Stadium
1997-
34/508
West Seattle Stadium ADA Restroom Renovation
-
34/509
West Seattle Track
1995-
34/510
Whittier Substation [Disc #35]
2003-
34/511
Wolf Creek Ravine
1990-
34/512
Woodland Park Zoo
1997-
34/513
Woodland Playfield
-
35/514
Oversize
-
36/1
3001 E. Madison
1995-
36/2
3701 Beach Dr: Duwamish Head Green Belt
-
36/3
3701 Beach Dr. (Cormorant Cove)
-
36/4
Adopt-A-Park Event
1993-
36/5
Adopt-A-Park Coordinators
1993-
36/6
Aerials
-
36/7
Alki Beach Trail
1997-
36/8
Alki Community Center
-
36/9
Alki - View of Downtown
1997-
36/10
Al Larkins Park
1989-
36/11
Aquarium
1978-
36/12
Arboretum
1979-
36/13
Arroyos
1993-1994
36/14
Atlantic City Boat Ramp
-
36/15
Baker Site
1993-1995
37/16
Ballard - Opp Fund
1990-
37/17
Belltown P-Patch
1991-1995
37/18
B.F. Day (after, before)
1998-
37/19
Bobby Morris
1994-
37/20
Bowen
-
37/21
Bradner Playground
1996-
37/22
Burke-Gilman
1991-1996
37/23
Camp Long
1996-
37/24
Camp Yes
1994-
37/25
Carkeek
1990-1996
37/26
Central Area Park
1974-1976
37/27
Cheasty Greenbelt
1990-1994
38/28
College St. Ravine
1990-1991
38/29
Colman Park
1994-1995
38/30
Colman Park - walkway
1981-
38/31
Columbia City Park - lighting
1996-
38/32
Columbia Gorge
1993-
38/33
Concord Clearing: Earth Work
1994-
38/34
Conservation Futures Fund Hearing: Citizens Committee
1993-
38/35
Day St. Boat Ramp
1989-
38/36
Deadhorse Earthwork
1994-
38/37
Dearborn School: "Forest Guides"
1997-
38/38
Delridge Park
1974-
38/39
Delridge Park and Community Center
1993-1995
38/40
Dexter: HVAC
-
38/41
Discovery Park Interpretive Center: Groundbreaking
1996-
38/42
Discovery Park
1993-1994
38/43
Desimone Farm (Marron Property?)
1991-
38/44
Duwamish Head Greenbelt
1991-1997
39/45
East Duwamish Greenbelt
1989-1994
39/46
Evans Pool: Disinfection System
1996-
39/47
Fairmount Ave SW
-
39/48
Fairview Olmstead
1995-1996
39/49
Fauntleroy
1992-1997
39/50
Fauntleroy Creek
1991-1993
39/51
Firehouse Mini-Park
1989-
39/52
Flo-Ware Park
1989-
39/53
Forks Park
-
39/54
Freeway Park
-
39/55
Fremont: house on steep slope
1994
39/56
Frink Park
1989-
39/57
Garfield Playfield, Community Center
1989-1990
39/58
Gasworks
1994-1996
39/59
Gerber Park
1989-
39/60
Golden Gardens
1974-
40/61
Greening of Seattle Event
1998-
40/62
Green Lake
1972-
40/63
Green Lake: Evans Pool Handicapped Ramp
1980-
40/64
Green Lake Park
1992-1998
40/65
Green Lake Recreation Center
1974-
40/66
Harrison Ridge Greenbelt
1993-
40/67
High Point Play Area, Playfield
-
40/68
Holly Park
1994-
40/69
I-90 Play Area
-
40/70
Jenkins Creek Park
1994-
40/71
Judkins Playfield and Playground
1989-
40/72
Kerry Park
-
40/73
Kiwanis Ravine
1992-
40/74
Kubota
1991-1994
40/75
Lake City Park
1993-1995
40/76
Lake Union Waterfront (2nd and Latona)
1993-
40/77
Landesburg
1994-
40/78
Langston Hughes Community Center
1989-
40/79
Leschi
1989-1994
41/80
Llandover Woods Greenspace (3rd and 145th)
1992-1994
41/81
Longfellow Creek [includes salmon release]
1991-1996
41/82
Lower Woodland Tennis
-
41/83
Lowman Beach
1994-
41/84
Loyal Heights, field renovation
-
41/85
MacLean Park
-
41/86
Madison/McGilvra Natural Area
1993-1994
41/87
Madrona
1989-
41/88
Magnolia playfied, greenbelt
1991-
41/89
Magnuson Park
-
41/90
Maple School Natural Area: Creek, Ravine
1993-
41/91
Maplewood Playfield [Beacon Hill]
-
41/92
Martin Luther King, Jr., Park
-
41/93
Martin Luther King, Jr., School
1991-
41/94
Matthews Beach
-
41/95
Meadowbrook
1993-
41/97
Me Kwa Mooks
-
41/98
MGM/ Eastlake
1993-
41/99
Miller Community Center
1994-1998
42/100
Montlake Park
1974-
42/101
Mount Baker Rowing and Sailing Facility
1995-1996
42/102
Mountain View Natural Area
1991-1992
42/103
Norpoint Center (Tacoma)
-
42/104
North Beach Ravine
1992-1993
42/105
North Seattle Community College
1995-
42/106
Occidental Park
1992-
42/107
Open Spaces
-
42/108
Open Spaces: aerials
-
42/109
Open Spaces: maps
-
42/110
Open Spaces: Textual slides
-
42/111
Opportunity Fund: Madrona
1991-
42/112
Othello Park
1993-1996
42/113
Parks for All Rally
-
42/114
Pelly Place Natural Area
1993-1994
42/115
Peppi's Playground
1989-
42/116
Perkins Lane
1994-
43/117
Piper's Creek
1992-1996
43/118
Plum Tree
1989-
43/119
Poncho Theater
1996-
43/120
Powell Barnett Park
1989-
43/121
Pratt Park
1989-
43/122
Pro Parks Campaign
2000-
43/123
Puget Creek
1993-1995
43/124
Queen Anne Greenbelt (NE)
1991-1993
43/125
Quuen Anne Greenbelt (SW)
-
43/126
Queen Anne P-patch Dedication
1994-
43/127
Rainier Community Center Construction
1995-1996
43/128
Rainier Community Center: photos of Gary Alexander
-
44/129
Ravenna Park, Creek
1994-
44/130
Regrade Park
1992-
44/131
Rizal Park
-
44/132
Sammamish
1994-
44/133
Seaboard Site
1995-
44/134
Seola Beach
-
44/135
South Lake Union: buildings
-
44/136
South Park
-
44/137
South Ship Canal
1996-
44/138
South Shore Middle School
1996-
44/139
Spring Street Mini-park
1990-
44/140
Spruce Street Mini-park
1989-
44/141
St. Mark's Greenbelt
1991-1997
44/142
Sunset Hill Greenbelt
1993-
44/143
Thornton Creek: Creekfest, Salmon Release, Cascadia Quest, Blindheim
1993-1994
45/144
Unfunded Areas: Becker/Piper's Creek/Carkeek
1993-
45/145
Unfunded Areas: Fred Meyer
1993-
45/146
Unfunded Areas: Licton Springs Duck Farm
1993-
45/147
Unfunded Areas: 24th and Eddy
-
45/148
Unfunded Areas: Wallingford Waterfront, Latona/2nd
1993-
45/149
Van Asselt Rec Center
1974-
45/150
Vemo (Fremont Triangle)
1993-
45/151
Venema Creek
1993-
45/152
Victor Steinbrueck Park
1992-
45/153
Victory Creek Park
1996-
45/154
Viretta Park
1990-
45/155
Volunteer Park Playground Dedication
-
45/156
Waterways Event
1994-
45/157
West Duwamish Greenbelt
1990-1992
45/158
Westlake Greenbelt (Northeast Queen Anne)
1996-
45/159
West Seattle Greenbelt,
-
45/160
West Seattle Track
1996-
45/161
West Seattle Golf Course
-
45/162
Willow Creek
1995-
45/163
Woodland Park: Tennis Courts
-
45/164
Woodland Park Improvements
-
45/165
Woodland Park Zoo Graphics
-
45/166
Yesler-Atlantic
1989-
45/167
Unidentified groundbreakings, events, tours, etc. [see also Oversize]
1983-1996
46/1
3001 E. Madison
1995-
46/2
3701 Beach Drive
1995-
46/3
6th Ave NW Pocket Park
-
46/4
77th and Latona
-
46/5
Adopt-A-Park
1993-
46/6
Adopt-A-Park Coordinators
1993-
46/7
Alki
-
46/8
Alki Beach
1992-
46/9
Alki Beach Trails
1997-1998
46/10
Alki: Duwamish Greenbelt
1997-
46/11
Alki Playground
1996-
46/12
Alki - View of Downtown
1997-
46/13
Annie's Playground
2004-
46/14
Arroyos
1994-
46/15
Baker Park
1997-
46/16
Baker Site - Neighborhood Matching Fund Awards
1995-
46/17
Ballard - 17th and 63rd
2003-
46/18
Belltown Cottage Park Grand Opening
2003-
46/19
Belltown P-Patch Grand Opening
1995-1996
46/20
Belvoir Place
-
46/21
Bergen Place
-
46/22
Bitter Lake Community Center
1997-1998
46/23
Bobby Morris Opening
1996-
46/24
Boughton Playfield
1974-
46/25
Burke-Gilman
-
46/26
Burke-Gilman Bridge Seismic: NE 45th
1995-
46/27
Burke-Gilman Trail: 3rd - 8th NW
1994-
46/28
Cal Anderson Park
2005-
46/29
Camp Long
1995-1997
46/30
Camp Long Construction
1997-
46/31
Camp Yes
1994-
46/32
Capital Improvement Program Map
1967-
46/33
Capitol Hill P-Patch
1997-
46/34
Carkeek Park
1998-
46/35
Carkeek Park Master Plan
1973-
46/36
Carkeek Park: Bridge Seismic
1995-
46/37
Carkeek Jamboree
1997-
46/38
Cascade Park
1997-
46/39
Cascade Playground Dedication
2005-
46/40
Cascade Garden and Playground
1997-
46/41
Central West Seattle Playfield
-
46/42
Cheasty Greenbelt
1990-1993
46/43
Citizens Committee
1993-
46/44
Community Center Signs
1992-
46/45
Concord Clearing: Earth Day
1995-
46/46
Conservation Futures Fund: Citizens Committee Hearing
1993-
46/47
Cormorant Cove (3701 Beach Drive SW)
1998-
46/48
Cornish
-
46/49
County Citizens Committee Party
1997-
46/50
Creek People Program
1993-
46/51
Danny Woo International Garden
2003-
46/52
Dearborn School: "Forest Guides"
1974-
46/53
Delridge Groundbreaking
1993-
46/54
Delridge Community Center
1994-1995
46/55
Discovery Park
1997-
46/56
Discovery Park Groundbreaking
1996-
46/57
Discovery Park Visitor Center Dedication
1998-
46/58
Duwamish Greenbelt
1997-
46/59
Duwamish Greenbelt UW Site
1997-
46/60
Duwamish Head Greenbelt
1995-1997
46/61
Duwamish Head Greenbelt - Metro Site, Press Conference
1995-
46/62
Duwamish Head Greenbelt - Sunset Ave
-
46/63
East Duwamish Greenbelt
1993-
46/64
Eastlake Fairview Olmsted Park
1995-1998
46/65
Eastlake P-Patch (Fairview Olmsted Park)
1997-
46/66
Ernst Park
2004-
46/67
Fairway Estate/ Burke-Gilman Trail
1997-
46/68
Fauntleroy
-
46/69
Fauntleroy Creek (Waterways Tour)
1994-
46/70
Firehouse Mini-Park Dedication
1997-
46/71
Firehouse Mini-Park Groundbreaking
1996-
46/72
Firehouse Park
1968-
47/73
First Hill Tour
-
47/74
Flo-Ware Park
2002-2004
47/75
Fremont Peak Park
2005-
47/76
Future Funding: Chittenden Locks
1996-
47/77
Future Funds Event (at Seattle Center)
1996-
47/78
Garfield Community Center
1994-
47/79
Garfield Community Center Construction
1994-
47/80
Garfield Community Center Groundbreaking
1994-
47/81
Gasworks Field Work
1997-
47/82
Genesee Park Crew Quarters, Play Area
1998-
47/83
Genesee
2001-
47/84
Golden Gardens
1996-2003
47/85
Golden Gardens Rededication
2003-
47/86
Greening of Seattle Event
1998-
47/87
Green Lake Elevator
1997-
47/88
Green Lake Path: Bathroom/ Small Craft Center
1997-
47/89
Green Lake Path: Construction Signs
1997-
47/90
Green Lake Path Opening
1997-
47/91
Greenwood Park Opening
2003-
47/92
Greenwood Park: Sign Locators
1998-
47/93
Hamm's Creek
-
47/94
Harrison Ridge
-
47/95
High Point Playground
1996-
47/96
Hitt's Hill
2001-
47/97
Hitt's Hill Celebration
-
47/98
Hitt's Hill Restoration
2003-
47/99
Homer Harris Park
2005-
47/100
International District Community Center
2002-
47/101
Japanese Garden Bridge/ ADA Project
1998-
47/102
Judkins Ballfield Dedication
1997-
47/103
Judkins Ballfield ( Upper Park)
1998-
47/104
Judkins Park Mariner Ballfield Construction Complete
1997-
47/105
Judkins Play Area
1997-
47/106
Judkins Play Area and Central Park Trailhead Dedication
1998-
47/107
Katie Black's Garden SE Tour
1996-
47/108
Kerry Park
-
47/109
Kiwanis Ravine
1993-2005
47/110
Kiwanis Ravine - Friends of Discovery Park
1993-
47/111
Kubota
1996-2005
47/112
Kubota Garden - Annual Meeting
1992-
47/113
Lake City "Last Open Space"
1995-
47/114
Lakeridge Park - Deadhorse Canyon
1997-
47/115
Landslides (North Beach, Queen Anne, Sunset Hill, Shilshole, West Seattle)
1997-
47/116
Langston Hughes Jamboree
1997-
47/117
Leschi
1996-1997
47/118
Leschi Playground
-
47/119
Little Brook Park
2004-
47/120
Longfellow Creek
1992-1998
47/121
Longfellow Creek - Demolition
1993-
47/122
Longfellow Creek - Presentations
1998-
47/123
Longfellow Creek - Salmon Release
1992-
47/124
Lincoln Park
-
47/125
Lower Woodland Park
1981-
47/126
Lower Woodland Playfield
1997-
47/127
Lowman Beach / Seaboard Lumber
1995-1996
47/128
Loyal Heights Community Center Elevator
1998-
47/129
Madison Park
-
47/130
Madrona Ravine
1997-
47/131
Magnolia Greenbelt
-
47/132
Magnolia Landslides
1997-
47/133
Magnuson Park Asbestos Removal
1997-
47/134
Magnuson Park Tennis Courts
1995-
47/135
Magnuson P-Patch
2003-
47/136
Maple Leaf
2003-
47/137
Maple Leaf Ice Cream Social
2003-
47/138
Maple School Ravine
1995-
47/139
Maple School Tree-cutting
1997-
48/140
Marron Property (South Park)
1990-1991
48/141
Martha Washington Park
1998-
48/142
Martin Luthor King, Jr., Park
1995-
48/143
Me Kwa Mooks
1993-2004
48/144
Meadowbrook Community Center and Pool
1996-
48/145
Meadowbrook Wetlands
1994-1997
48/146
Miller Community Center
1998-
48/147
Miller Community Center Dedication
1998-
48/148
Miller Community Center Groundbreaking
1996-
48/149
Mount Baker Ridge
2003-
48/150
Mount Baker Rowing and Sailing Facility
1995-1996
48/151
Mountain View Natural Area
1992-
48/152
North Seattle Community College
-
48/153
Northwest 60th Street
1997-
48/154
Open Spaces Tour: Greenwood Community Garden
1997-
48/155
Open Spaces Tour: Lakeridge Park/ Deadhorse Canyon
1997-
48/156
Open Spaces Tour: Madrona Shelter House
1997-
48/157
Open Spaces Tour: St. Mark's Greenbelt
1997-
48/158
Open Spaces Tour: SW Open Spaces
1997-
48/159
Opportunity Fund: Cesar Chavez Park
2005-
48/160
Opportunity Fund Tour: Citizens Committee
2002-
48/161
Opportunity Fund: Mt. Baker Ridge Viewpoint
-
48/162
Opportunity Fund: Piper's Creek
-
48/163
Orchard Street
-
48/164
Othello Playground
1995-
48/165
Parks for All: Montlake Rally
2000-
48/166
Pelly Place Natural Area
1990-1995
48/167
Piper's Creek
1993-1996
48/168
Piper's Creek - Salmon Release
1993-1994
48/169
Piper's Creek - Salmon Run
1993-
48/170
Pritchard Beach House
1996-
48/171
Project Signs
-
48/172
Pro Parks Campaign
2000-
48/173
Puget Creek
-
48/174
Queen Anne Bowl
1998-
48/175
Queen Anne Bowl Construction
1998-
48/176
Queen Anne Bowl "First Kick Ceremony"
1998-
48/177
Queen Anne Greenbelt (NE), 1920 Taylor Avenue
1990-2001
48/178
Queen Anne Park
2001-
48/179
Queen Anne (West) Playground
1968-
48/180
Queen Anne Pool
1995-
48/181
Rainier Community Center
1995-1998
48/182
Rainier Community Center Construction
-
48/183
Rainier Community Center Groundbreaking
1995-
48/184
Rainier Community Center: photos of Gary Alexander
-
48/185
Ravines - College Street, Schmitz, Mountain View, Fairmount
-
48/186
Riverside Park
-
48/187
Ross Park
1995-
48/188
Roxhill - conservation corps
1998-
48/189
Schmitz Park
-
48/190
Seattle Open Space Bond Program [images of foliage]
-
48/191
Southeast Grounds Headquarters Open House
1998-
48/192
Seaboard Site
1996-
48/193
Seacrest Park Dedication
1989-
48/194
Seattle Waterfront - salmon homecoming
-
48/195
Seola Beach
-
48/196
Seward Park: Earth Day
-
48/197
Seward Park: SPIF
1996-
48/198
Smith Cove
-
48/199
South Lake Union: Ship Canal
-
48/200
South Ship Canal
1996-
48/201
SPIF Boat Trip
1996-
48/202
Spruce Park
1992-
48/203
St. Mark's Greenbelt
1968-
48/204
Thornton Creek
1996-
48/205
Thornton Creek: mural
1994-2003
48/206
Thornton Creek: 117th and Lake City Way
1994-
48/207
Thornton Creek: Salmon Release
1997-
48/208
Thornton Creek: Blindheim Dedication
1993-
48/209
Thornton Creek: Kartess Property
1993-
48/210
Thornton Creek: Meadowbrook
2002-
48/211
Thornton Creek: Willow Creek
1993-1997
48/212
Thornton Creek: Waterways Tour
1994-1997
48/213
Thornton Creek: WWRC Tour
1994-
48/214
Thornton Creek: Victory Creek
1995-
48/215
Thyme P-Patch
1995-1997
48/216
Thomas Park
2003-
48/217
Tilikum Place Park
1968-
48/218
Uptown Walking Tour
-
48/219
Urban Resources Partnership Initiative
2002-
48/220
Venema Creek
1994-
48/221
Victor Steinbrueck Park
1992-
48/222
Victory Heights Playground
1996-
48/223
Volunteer Park: Seattle Art Museum
1977-
48/224
Wallingford Steps
-
48/225
Waterways Tour: Piper's Creek
2002-
48/226
West Duwamish Greenbelt
1994-
48/227
West Seattle Greenbelt
1997-
48/228
West Seattle Stadium
1994-
48/229
West Seattle Track
1997-
48/230
Whittier Substation
1995-
48/231
Woodland Park Zoo - Elephant Barn Floor
2003-
48/232
Woodland Playfield
1997-
48/233
Work Parties, Miscellaneous [See also oversize]
1997-
49/1
6th Ave NW
2005-
49/2
Ballard: 17th and 63rd
2003-
49/3
Belltown Cottage Park Grand Opening
2003-
49/4
Belltown Cottage Park
2003-
49/5
Cal Anderson Park; Homer Harris
2005-
49/6
Cal Anderson Park Dedication
2005-
49/7
Cascade Playground
2005-
49/8
Danny Woo International Garden
2003-
49/9
OSC Tour, Opportunity Fund; Ernst Park; Annie's Playground
2004-
49/10
Flo Ware Park
2004-
49/11
Flo Ware Park
2004-
49/12
Flo Ware Park
2004-
49/13
Flo Ware Park
2004-
49/14
Fremont Peak Park
2005-
49/15
Thornton Creek; Greenwood Park Opening
2003-
49/16
Greenwood Community Park Opening
-
49/17
Smith Cove; Maple Leaf; Golden Gardens; Carkeek
2003-
49/18
Hitt's Hill
-
49/19
Hitt's Hill Neighborhood Matching Fund; Magnuson; Golden Gardens
2003-
49/20
Homer Harris Park; Hat and Boots
2005-
49/21
Homer Harris Event
2005-
49/22
Homer Harris Dedication
2005-
49/23
Homer Harris Dedication
2005-
49/24
Homer Harris Park
2005-
49/25
Kiwanis; Kubota
2005-
49/26
Kubota Panorama
2006-
49/27
Little Brook Park
2004-
49/28
Maple Leaf
2003-
49/29
Maple Leaf Event; Salmon Homecoming
2003-
49/30
Maple Leaf Ice Cream Social; Citizens Committee at the Zoo
2003-
49/31
Me-Kwa-Mooks
2004-
49/32
Salmon Homecoming
2003-
49/33
Schmitz Park
2003-
49/34
Smith Cove; Seattle Center - Dragons Festival
2003-
49/35
Whittier; Thornton (100th NE); Smith Cove
2003-
49/36
Opportunity Fund Tour and Open House
2005-
49/37
Opportunity Fund Tour
2005-
49/38
12th Ave Site; I-5 Collonade
2005-
49/39
Delridge Parks; Cottage Grove; Puget Blvd; Greg Davis
2007-
49/40
Duwamish Tour, Open Space 2100
2006-
49/41
Eastlake Tour
2006-
49/42
First Hill Park; Design Commission Meeting
2006-
49/43
Greenwood Park Groundbreaking
-
49/44
I-5 Collonade Dedication
2005-
49/45
Little Saigon Tour; Internation District Community Center and library
2006-
49/46
Nantes Park; Morgan Junction Park
2005-2006
49/47
Olmsted Conference
2003-
49/48
Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Association holiday event
2006-
49/49
Uptown
2004-
49/50
Van Asselt
2007-
49/51
Van Asselt
2007-
49/52
Videotape: Garfield Site
1993-1994
49/53
Videotape: Rainier Community Center Site
1995-

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  • Bicycle trails--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Community centers--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Forward Thrust (Seattle, Wash.)
  • Parks--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Playgrounds--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Seattle Aquarium
  • Woodland Park Zoo
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  • Seattle (Wash.). Dept. of Parks and Recreation
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