Leslie Hamilton collection of Seattle photographs, circa 1851-1989  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Title
Leslie Hamilton collection of Seattle photographs
Dates
circa 1851-1989 (inclusive)
Quantity
55 boxes of photographic prints
10 boxes of negatives
4 binders of slides
Collection Number
PH0541
Summary
Photographs and slides of Seattle, particularly the Queen Anne neighborhood, from chiefly the late 1800s through the late 1980s
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

The collection is open to the public, but the negatives and historical prints are not accessible due to preservation concerns.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding of this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the Friends of the Libraries.


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The Leslie Hamilton collection consists of historical and modern photographs and slides of Seattle, particularly the Queen Anne neighborhood, from chiefly the late 1800s through the late 1980s. Included are views of Seattle streets and intersections, public and private buildings and residences, events such as the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of 1909, statues and monuments, parks, the waterfront, modes of transportation, and the fire department. The photos and slides of Queen Anne show the neighborhood's streets, buildings, and people.

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Copies of the photographs are available for public use in the Special Collections division, University of Washington Libraries.

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Container(s) Description Dates
Volume 1: Western Avenue
binder
1
Modern images
Views of Western Avenue, First Avenue, and Elliot Avenue from Denny Way to Marion Street. Includes intersections of Denny, Bay, Eagle, Broad, Clay, Cedar, Vine, Wall, Battery, Bell, Blanchard, Lenora, Virginia, Stewart, Pine, Spring, Madison and Marion. Also shows the Alaskan Way Viaduct, Pier 66 (Port of Seattle), Pier 69, and Ye Olde Curiosity Shop.
circa 1950s-1982
Album item
1 1-1a
City Engineering Department document: "How Seattle Changed its Face"
November 20, 1951
1 1-1b
City Engineering Department document: "Changing the face of Seattle's Business Districts"
1975
1 1-2
Copy of newspaper article from the Seattle Times "New Heights: An updated list, to compare major structures, new and old"
August 2, 1981
1 1-3
West view of billboard from First Avenue and Eagle Street
Leslie Hamilton (B-17) (photographer)
April 25, 1976
1 1-4
Southwest corner of First Avenue at Bay Street, looking southwest; view of stoplights, billboards
Leslie Hamilton (B-14) (photographer)
April 25, 1976
1 1-5
First Avenue from Denny Way at Bay Street, looking south; view of stoplights, billboards
Leslie Hamilton (B-15) (photographer)
April 25, 1976
1 1-6
View of Elliott Avenue and Broad Street, looking south; building on corner
Leslie Hamilton (92-15) (photographer)
March 2, 1980
1 1-7
View of building at west side of Elliott Avenue and Clay Street, looking south from Clay Street
Leslie Hamilton (92-14) (photographer)
March 2, 1980
1 1-8
View of buildings, telephone poles facing south on Elliott Avenue from Clay Street
Leslie Hamilton (22-3) (photographer)
April 30, 1978
1 1-9
South view of building, street on Elliott Avenue from Clay Street; southeast corner of Elliott Avenue and Cedar Street
Leslie Hamilton (22-1) (photographer)
April 30, 1978
1 1-10
Parking garage on east side of Elliott Avenue looking north from Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (92-13) (photographer)
March 3, 1980 (1981?)
1 1-11
South Trade Center parking garage -- 2600 Elliott Avenue; East side of Elliott Avenue at Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2654) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-12
Buildings, parked cars on east side of Elliott Avenue at Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (22-0) (photographer)
April 30, 1978
1 1-13
North view of cars driving along the Alaskan Way viaduct
Leslie Hamilton (3096) (photographer)
Copy of 1955 photograph.
Circa 1955
1 1-14
South view of building, pedestrian overpass on Alaskan Way from Broad Street at Clay Street
Leslie Hamilton (22-4) (photographer)
April 30, 1978
1 1-15
Pedestrian overpass on Alaskan Way and foot of Cedar Street at Pier 69 (Trade Center at right)
Leslie Hamilton (2647) (photographer)
July 30, 1981
1 1-16
Railroad tracks and building at Pier 69 at Alaskan Way and foot of Cedar Street, north view
Leslie Hamilton (2646) (photographer)
July 30, 1981
1 1-17
Water, Pier 69 at Alaskan Way and foot of Cedar Street, north view
Leslie Hamilton (2648) (photographer)
July 30, 1981
1 1-18
Water, pier; east view at Pier 69 (from Pier 70)
Leslie Hamilton (2652) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-19
Port of Seattle sign at Pier 66, west view
Leslie Hamilton (2661) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-20
South view of pedestrian overpass and building along east side Alaskan Way from Clay street
Leslie Hamilton (92-16) (photographer)
March 2, 1980
1 1-21
View of South Trade Center and pedestrian overpass on east side of Alaskan Way between Clay and Vine streets
Leslie Hamilton (2653) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-22
Canoes on water and Indians at the foot of Vine, Cedar and Broad streets, Belltown
Copied from Seattle Public Library (SPL22774); A. Curtis.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (198).
1882-1886
1 1-23
Indians and canoes on water on the southern side of Ballast Island
Probably circa 1890-1895 (later covered over in 1895). Now the foot of Pier 48.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3765).
1890-1895
1 1-24
South view of building and street at the east side of Alaskan Way between Vine and Wall streets
Leslie Hamilton (2649) (photographer)
July 30, 1981
1 1-25
West view of the Edgewater Inn at near Pier 69 at the foot of Wall Street; 2411 Alaskan Way
Leslie Hamilton (2666) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-26
West view of Pier 66/Bell St. Terminal on Alaskan Way between Bell and Battery streets
Leslie Hamilton (2656) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-27
Southwest view of Pier 66, parking lot on Alaskan Way between Bell and Blanchard streets, with Battery Street to the left
Leslie Hamilton (2567) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-28
View of railroad tracks and Pier 66, on the west side of Alaskan Way between Bell and Battery streets with Battery Street to the right
Leslie Hamilton (2655) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-29-1-30
View of building, grassy hill on the east side of Alaskan Way at Bell Street
Leslie Hamilton (2665, 2664) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-31
North view of grassy hill, train tracks on the east side of Alaskan Way at Bell Street
Leslie Hamilton (2660) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-32
View of railroad tracks, grassy hill on the east side of Alaskan Way at Bell Street with Space Needle in background
Leslie Hamilton (2659) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-33
South view of building, railroad tracks along the east side of Alaskan way from Blanchard Street
Leslie Hamilton (2658) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-34
View of railroad tracks, grassy hill along east side of Alaskan Way at Blanchard Street
Leslie Hamilton (2662) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-35
Building at Pier 65 from west side of Alaskan Way and Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (2663) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
1 1-36
Fireboats Alki and Duwamish in front of the Aquarium at Pier 59
Fireboats repumping water into aquarium when the aquarium pumps failed.
Leslie Hamilton (3471) (photographer)
May 21, 1982
1 1-37
Streetcar near viaduct at east side of Alaskan Way and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (3472) (photographer)
May 21, 1982
1 1-38
Northeast corner of Alaskan Way and Spring Street; offramp is on Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2632) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
1 1-39
View north from Seneca Street offramp at Alaskan Way and Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (2634) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
1 1-40
North view of buildings, railroad tracks along Alaskan Way and Lenora Street from Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2667) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
Box/Folder
1 1-41
Railroad tracks along Alaskan Way and Lenora Street, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (2668) (photographer)
July 31, 1981
Album
1 1-42
North view of cars, streetlights on Alaskan Way
Leslie Hamilton (22-6) (photographer)
April 30, 1978
1 1-43
North view of parking lot, fire station #5 at foot of Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (2732) (photographer)
September 14, 1981
1 1-44
North view of parking lot, buildings in background on Alaskan Way and Spring Street, near the Seneca Street offramp.
Leslie Hamilton (2633) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
1 1-45
East view of parking lot on northwest corner of Spring Street, Western Avenue and Post Street between Seneca Street and Spring Street, facing east at Western Avenue and Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (2635) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
1 1-46
East view up Spring Street uphill from Alaskan Way
Leslie Hamilton (2631) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
1 1-47
East view up Madison Street hill
Leslie Hamilton (2628) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
1 1-48
View of Ye Olde Curiosity Shop at 601 Alaskan Way
Leslie Hamilton (2731) (photographer)
September 14, 1981
1 1-49
View east toward Post, Western and Marion streets of buildings, grassy area on south side of Marion Street between Post Street and Western Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2018) (photographer)
August 22, 1980
1 1-50
Wooded area on southeast corner of Post and University Streets
Leslie Hamilton (2107) (photographer)
August 22, 1980
1 1-51
View of J.B. Poweles & Co. building at 901/903 Western Avenue
Copy of photograph from Seattle Public LibraryCopied by Leslie Hamilton (297).
1900
1 1-52
View of Armor Apartment building at 2220 Western Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2394) (photographer)
March 17, 1981
1 1-53
View of Continental Furniture building at 2200 Western Avenue on northeast corner of Western Avenue and Blanchard Street
Leslie Hamilton (2395) (photographer)
Originally known as the tallest livery stable in Seattle. Note "Horses' Head."
March 18, 1981
1 1-54
View of Continental Furniture building at 2200 Western Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2396) (photographer)
Tallest livery stable.
March 17, 1981
1 1-55
View of Marketplace Garage entrance, cars in parking lot at southwest corner of Western Avenue and Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (2397) (photographer)
March 17, 1981
1 1-56
View north at Western Avenue from Stewart Street of viaduct and building construction with Puget Sound in background
Leslie Hamilton (2018) (photographer)
July 29, 1980
1 1-57
View of stop sign, buildings, steep hill at northeast corner of Lenora Street and Western Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (3507) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
1 1-58
North view of buildings at Western Avenue at Elliott Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (3506) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
1 1-59
View of stone armory from across street, on Western Avenue at Lenora Street
Photograph copied by Leslie Hamilton (85) from the Washington State Historical Society on January 15, 1978. Armory was demolished in 1965.
August 5, 1914
1 1-60
East view of buildings, parking lot between Seneca and Spring streets on Western Avenue and Post Street
Leslie Hamilton (2636) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
1 1-61
Corner of Western Avenue and Spring Street; building, cars parked on street
Leslie Hamilton (2637) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
1 1-62
East view uphill of Spring Street and Western Avenue from Alaskan Way. Possibly Western Avenue at stop signs
Leslie Hamilton (2630) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
1 1-63
East view from Western Avenue at Madison Street
Copy of photograph from the Seattle Times "Now and Then," August 14, 1983. See #1459. Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4461).
1902
1 1-64
Cable cars, muddy street on uphill view of Madison Street
Copy of photograph on loan from L. Gowey.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1459).
1900
1 1-65
View of boardwalk, Coca-Cola billboard from waterfront at Madison Street
Copy of photograph; see negative # 227.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (156) on October 7, 1974.
1915
1 1-66
View of Madison Street hill in background, Western Avenue at Madison looking east, across First Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2616) (photographer)
July 21, 1981
1 1-67
Street view, Clearly Canadian billboard at southeast corner of Queen Anne Way and Denny Way
Leslie Hamilton (2036) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
1 1-68
Northwest Industries Buildings in background, corner of Western Avenue and Denny Way looking west, with Denny Way in foreground.
Leslie Hamilton (2037) (photographer)
August 8, 1980
1 1-69
Advertisement for Mt. Baker Steam Laundry; photo collage
Copy of advertisement from Seattle Fire Department Museum.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (447) on September 24, 1979.
Circa 1901
1 1-70
St. Mark's House at 2815 Western Avenue, possibly near Broad Street
Copied from Seattle Post-Intelligencer on April 19, 1964.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3019).
May 19, 1909
1 1-71
Lonshoreman's Building at northeast corner of Western avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2820) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
1 1-72
Longshoreman's Building, close-up, looking west from First Avenue and Union Street; Western Avenue at left
Leslie Hamilton (2829) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
1 1-73
Parking lot, looking east on Western Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2821) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
1 1-74
Southeast corner of Western Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2822) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
1 1-75
Building on east side of Western Avenue between Union and University Streets
Leslie Hamilton (2823) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
1 1-76
Diamond Parking garage on southeast corner of Western Avenue and University Street, with walkway in background
Leslie Hamilton (2826) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
1 1-77
Corner of Oceanic Trading Co. building on northeast corner of University Street and Western Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2824) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
1 1-78
Oceanic Trading Co. building, pedestrian walkway with view of downtown skyscrapers in background.East view of Western Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2825) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
1 1-79
View north on Western Avenue and Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2827) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
1 1-80
View of southeast corner of Western Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (2828) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
1 1-81
Copy of advertisement for Polson Implement & Hardware Company
Copy of advertisement from Seattle Fire Department Museum. Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4423).
Circa 1900
1 1-82
Cars, horses and pedestrians on muddy street with crates in foreground
Copy of photograph from Seattle Times "Then and Now." View of northwest corner of Western Avenue at Yesler Way.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-0).
1903
1 1-83
Shantytown "Hooverville;" slums of Seattle, outgrowth of the Depression
Copy of photograph courtesy of Washington History of Evergreen Street.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1636-a).
June 10, 1937
1 1-84-1-85
"Hooverville" shantytown during the Depression
Where Pier 42 complex now stands (1976).Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1063, 1064).
Circa 1930s
Box/Folder
1 1-86
Sears, Roebuck and Company on Utah Avenue
Circa 1920's
Album
1 1-87
Seattle Tent and Awning Company building, vendors, fruit stand West view on Western Avenue and Columbia Street near J.P. Powel's & Co. Western Avenue was then Garden Lane, just up street from Railroad Avenue and the West Seattle Ferry
Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3994).
1900
Volume 2
binder
2
Modern images
Includes a few images of 1st Avenue from the 1980s at the intersections of Bell, Spring, and Main. Also includes images of the Catholic Seaman's Club at 1st and Battery and the Chief Seattle statue in Pioneer Square.
Album item
2 2-1
Hirsch Pharmacy building; Empire Laundry; York Hotel, 1503 First Avenue at northwest corner of First Avenue and Pike Street
Copy of photograph courtesy of Seattle Fire Department Museum and L. Gowey. See F-80 for similar photograph.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3216)
Circa 1900
2 2-2
People in front of the Hoffman Cloak and suit Company, next to Hotel Curtis, 1314 Second Avenue. East side of Second Avenue between Union and University streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3832).
undated
2 2-3
Streetcar in front of Hirsch Pharmacy, Hotel York at northwest corner of First Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4413).
Circa 1900
2 2-4
North view of First Street and Main Street
Photograph courtesy of P. Dorpat.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4023).
Circa 1981
2 2-5
Street view north on Front Street from Yesler Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (522).
circa 1891
2 2-6
North view down First Avenue at Yesler Way, reconstruction after 1889 fire
Copied from Seattle Times " Now and Then," January 23, 1983. Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4148).
Circa May 1890
2 2-7
View south of Chief Seattle Indian statue in Pioneer Square, totem pole in background
Photograph courtesy of P. Dorpat. Leslie Hamilton (3955).
Circa 1960s
2 2-8
"Small-business men with big ideas" getting outfitted for Alaska at Cooper and Levy; on First Avenue at Yesler Way, in front of Northern Pacific Ticket office, Cooper & Levy Pioneer Outfitters
See photograph 4220 for contemporary view.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4144).
circa 1900
2 2-9
Two men walk in front of Olympic Block, southeast corner of First Avenue and Yesler Way; 104 and 106 First Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4220). Copied from Seattle Times "Now and Then" December 26, 1982. Original photograph from Paul Dorpat. See photograph 4144 for "then".
circa 1900
2 2-10
Pedestrians in Pioneer Square, view east on Yesler Way. Pioneer Building at right, old Seattle Hotel at left
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4150).Copied from Seattle Times "Now and Then" September 19, 1982. See photograph #4217 for "then".
circa 1912
2 2-11
Contemporary conduct in Pioneer Square. Pedestrians, man in motorcycle helmet on sidewalk trees, buildings in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4217).Copied from Seattle Times "Now and Then." See photograph #4150 for older photograph.
September 19, 1982
2 2-12
Pioneer Square Totem Pole erection. Onlookers in foreground in front of Northern Pacific ticket office
Bill Dahl (photographer)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (946).Copied from the City of Seattle City Engineering Department, file #28761.
1899
2 2-13
View north on First Avenue from James Street across Cherry Street. Pedestrian walking across square
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3998).Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
circa 1981
2 2-14
Intersection of First Avenue and Bell Street, Blanchard Street is at lower right
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1240).Copied from theSeattle Times "Now and Then," February 27, 1983, negative #4429.
Late 1880s
2 2-15
Houses, fence in Belltown
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4429).Copied from theSeattle Times "Now and Then" February 27, 1983. "This late-1880s view of Belltown looks north from near Second Avenue and Blanchard Street toward Bell's Hotel in the center and the Magnolia Peninsula beyond." See photograph # 4430 for contemporary view.Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
circa 1880s
2 2-16
Belltown buildings, Puget Sound in background, looking north from near Second Street and Blanchard Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4430).Copied from theSeattle Times "Now and Then" February 27, 1983. See photograph # 4430 for "then" view.Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
circa 1982-1983
2 2-17
People pose in front of Bon Marche, Nordhoff & Co. buildings at 2619 1st Ave. on wooden sidewalk. West side of First Avenue between Vine and Cedar streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4032).
circa 1900
2 2-18
Belltown Hotel at 2326 First Avenue in Austin A. Bell building on southeast corner of First Avenue and Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1647).
circa 1900
2 2-19
View north of houses on hillside with Puget Sound in background from Second Avenue and Virginia Street toward hill in Belltown
Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22785).Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3943).
1882
2 2-20
Belltown Hotel, 2326 First Avenue, in the Austin A. Bell building (Belltown Hotel) at southeast corner of First Avenue and Battery Street
Photograph courtesy of Hoffman.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1647).
circa 1900
2 2-21
Catholic Seamen's Club, next to Austin A. Bell building and a parking lot on southeast corner of First Avenue and Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (92-7).
March 21, 1980
2 2-22
West view of First Avenue and Virginia Street is a protest against a muddy First Avenue. Man in boat with fishing pole in construction site
Photograph courtesy of P. Dorpat. Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3983).
1903
2 2-23
West view of First Avenue and Virginia Street of people stand in street pointing, with Virginia Inn restaurant in background
Photograph courtesy of P. Dorpat. Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3984).
circa 1981
2 2-24
Street, pedestrians, telephone wires at intersection near 1512 Taylor Avenue
Photograph courtesy of Alice Drew (282-6700).Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1564).
1902
2 2-25
Policeman directing traffic with Public Market sign in background, west view of First Avenue at Pike Street and Farmers' Market on Pike Place under Hotel Leland
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4004).
undated
2 2-26
Intersection of First Avenue and Spring street, view south, "Passport Photo" shop on corner
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4145).
circa 1981
2 2-27
Southwest corner of First Avenue and Pike Street; vview of Hirsch Pharmacy Co. on corner (Chapin Building)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3577).
undated
2 2-28
View from above of First Avenue, Hotel Sherman in background, Hotel Savoy in background
First Avenue, looking north from Spring Street; Amos Brown home above stores, Phinney Block (Hotel Sherman). Diller Hotel, Arcade Building. Facing Second Avenue: Linden's Department Store, Lumber Exchange, Fraser-Patterson (Stone Fisher Co.), Bon Marche. Seattle Public Library files, #5103. Negative #12.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (12).
1913
2 2-29
Policeman directing traffic in foreground of northeast corner of First Avenue and Madison Street. Rainier billboard in background
Photograph taken from glass-mounted slide in 1981. Copied by Leslie Hamilton (90).
circa 1914
2 2-30
View of northeast corner of First Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (91).
circa 1918
2 2-31
View south of Yesler Way on First Avenue of Pioneer Place; totem pole, fountain with statue of Chief Seattle and Cascade Hotel in background
From Seattle Public Library (SPL20064). Negative #68.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (327).
circa 1953
2 2-32
Pioneer Square at intersection of James Street, Yesler Way, First Avenue. Pioneer place totem pole, Cascade Hotel building on right edge
Negative #75.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (383).
undated
2 2-33
Chief Seattle fountain in Pioneer Square; view south from First Avenue newar Cherry Street. Totem pole in background
Copy from Seattle Public Library (SPL20108).Copied by Leslie Hamilton (328).
circa 1953
2 2-34
Pioneer Place and totem pole
Negative 35-173. From Seattle Public Library (SPL20059).Copied by Leslie Hamilton (47).
1953
2 2-35
View east of Pioneer Place and totem pole; Northern Pacific ticket office in background.
At First Avenue and Yesler Way. Scandinavian Bank on southwest corner.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3561).
undated
2 2-36
Mutual Bank in building on northwestern corner of First Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3586).
undated
2 2-37
Reichert Brothers: 110 Union Street; Chicago Misfit Parlors: 1400 First Avenue in building on northeast Corner of First Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3209).
1907
2 2-38
Pioneer Building at 606 First Avenue
Pioneer Building built in 1890.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3218).
undated
2 2-39
Chicato Misfit Parlors; muddy street, horses, pedestrians in front of building
Chapin Building on northeast corner of First Avenue and Union Street; Denny Yard in front of building. (See photograph #3209).Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3578).
undated
2 2-40
Chapin Building at Northeast corner of First Avenue and Union Street. Piano shop, Chicago Misfit Parlors building in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3579).
undated
2 2-41
View of Hirsch Pharmacy and 1429 Morrison Tebo Co., Bon Marche Annex and Chapin Building (?) on southwest corner of First Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3576).
undated
2 2-42
Globe Building, with Palace of Sweets, Stone the Tailor in building on northwest corner of First Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3583).
undated
2 2-43-2-44
Arlington Hotel in building at southwest corner of First Avenue and University Street, with construction in street in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3556), two copies.
undated
2 2-45
Arlington Hotel in building on southwest corner of First Avenue and University Street, west side of First Avenue between Union and Seneca streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3557).
undated
2 2-46
Rainier Grand Hotel Group in building on west side of First Avenue between Madison and Marion streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3582).
1890
2 2-47
Howard Building at 614 First Avenue; Lowman & Hanford building with Lowman & Hanford Stationery and Printing Co. at 616 First Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3574).
undated
2 2-48
Olympic Hotel, Northern Pacific Ticket Office on southeast corner of First Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3558).
undated
2 2-49
Falkenburg & Laucks Eng. Co. at 95 Yesler Way on southwest corner of First Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3219).
circa 1910
2 2-50
Northwest corner of First Avenue and Columbia Street; the 1906 directory listed C.E. Bogardus, Assayers at 90 W. Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3207).
circa 1906
2 2-51
Falkenburg & Laukus -- Assayers and The State Bank of Seattle in building at southwest corner of First Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3568).
undated
2 2-52
Marshall Block and Globe Hotel; Mitchell, Lewis and Staver Co.; W.S. Grinsfelder Co. in building on northeast corner of First Avenue and Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3581).
1890
2 2-53
Dexter Horton & Co. Bankers on Maynard Block in building on northwest corner of First Street and Washington Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3575).
1892
2 2-54
Abbo Institute building on southwest corner of First Avenue and Seneca Street; Seattle Paint and Varnish at 1119 First Avenue; Rainier Hardware Co. at 1121 First Avenue, as per Polk's Directory, 1904
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3217).
1904
2 2-55
Building with awnings on northeast corner of First Avenue and Cherry Street; 1906 directory listed J.R. Justice Stationery Co. at 114 Cherry St.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3208).
1906
2 2-56
View from above looking east down First Avenue. Right side of street: Lowman building, Bailey Building (Railway Exchange), Alaska Building. Left side of street: Sherman Block, Hoge Building.
From Seattle Public Library (SPL5201).Copied by Leslie Hamilton (22).
1913
2 2-57
East view down Pike Street of Hotel Snoqualmie on right
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (74-5). Photograph courtesy of University of Washington, LaRoche #143.
undated
2 2-58
Pioneer Square near totem pole with Seattle Hotel in background, First Avenue in foreground; James Street ends at left
Copied from photograph courtesy of Seattle Public Library on February 21, 1975. Negative lost.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1198).
undated
2 2-59
Copy of line drawing of Pioneer Square; depicts street, Olympic Building, totem pole
Copied on December 12, 1974. Negative #271.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (177).
circa 1900
2 2-60
View of east side of First Avenue between Cherry Street and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (381).
April 9, 1961
2 2-61
View of reconstruction from fire of June 6, 1889, on Front Street looking north from James Street. buildings with awnings, telephone poles
Copied from Seattle Public Library (SPL22964). Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1280).
July 1890
2 2-62
Hotel Northern in Terry Denny building on West side of First Avenue between Yesler Way and Washington Street. 115 First Ave.
Terry Denny building built in 1889.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3585).
circa 1890
2 2-63
Copy of a drawing of U.S. Post Office at Third and Union streets. Built in 1907-1908.
Architect Francis W. Grant. Copied from Seattle Public Library (SPL14666). Copied by Leslie Hamilton (72).
1907-08
2 2-64
View east of Pacific Block at southeast corner of Yesler Way and Occidental Street, with Seattle National Bank
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3565).
1890s
2 2-65
View south on southwest corner of First Avenue and Yesler Way. Scandinavian Bank, Pioneer Place, totem pole in square
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3562).
undated
2 2-66
Street view of Chapin Building; Hirsch Pharmacy Co. on Southwest corner of First Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3576).
undated
2 2-67
Sylvester Bros. & Co. building on corner of First Avenue and Washington Street; horses, carriages visible on street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3580).
undated
2 2-68
View east from above Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (71).
circa 1906
2 2-69
Sunde & Erland Sailmakers and Riggers, Pacific Net & Twine Co. in building on corner of First Avenue and Jackson Street; L.C. Smith block
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3563).
undated
2 2-70
North view down First Avenue at Madison Street,
Photograph courtesy of P. Dorpat. Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3831).
circa 1920
2 2-71
East view down James Street and Yesler Way from First Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4157).
circa 1915
2 2-72
North view of First Avenue South and Spokane Street with streetcar, Aero Products Corporation building
Photograph courtesy of L. Gowey Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3770).
August 21, 1931
2 2-73
North view down First Avenue at Madison Street
Photograph courtesy of P. Dorpat. Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3831).
circa 1920
Volume 3: First Avenue
binder
3
Modern images
Views of 1st Avenue from Eagle Street to Jackson Street from the 1970s to the early 1980s. Includes intersections of Eagle, Broad, Cedar, Vine, Wall, Battery, Bell, Blanchard, Lenora, Virginia, Stewart, Pine, Pike, Union, University, Columbia, Seneca, Spring, Madison, Marion, Yesler, Main, and Jackson. Also includes images of Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square from 1890 to the 1980s, the Pioneer Building, Globe Building, Bay Building, Lowman Building, Mutual Life Building, and Bailey Building.
1890-1980s
Album item
3 3-1
Northeast corner of First Avenue and Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2051) (photographer)
August 9, 1981
3 3-2
West side of First Avenue at Virginia Street from Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (9-13) (photographer)
July 24, 1977
3 3-3
Northeast corner of First Avenue and Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (2047) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-4
Northwest corner of First Avenue and Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (2048) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-5
Building at northwest corner of First Avenue and Eagle Street, between Eagle and Bay streets
Leslie Hamilton (2022) (photographer)
August 3, 1980
3 3-6
West side of First Avenue between Bay and Eagle streets
Leslie Hamilton (2039) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-7
Building on north side of Eagle Street, looking east, between First and Western avenues
Leslie Hamilton (2026) (photographer)
August 3, 1980
3 3-8
Coors billboard on northwest corner of First Avenue and Eagle Street
Leslie Hamilton (46-3) (photographer)
September 25, 1978
3 3-9
North side of Eagle Street between Western Avenue and First Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (46-1) (photographer)
September 25, 1978
3 3-10
Building on east side of First Avenue between Eagle and Warren streets, with Warrren Place at right
Leslie Hamilton (2040) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-11
Tavern on southwest corner of First Avenue and Eagle Street
Leslie Hamilton (46-5) (photographer)
September 25, 1978
3 3-12
Tavern on southwest corner of First Avenue and Eagle Street
Leslie Hamilton (2041) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-13
Building on southwest corner of First Avenue and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (3252) (photographer)
March 5, 1982
3 3-14
Southeast corner of Broad Street and Western Avenue, looking east on Broad Street at Western Avenue and First Street
Leslie Hamilton (3251) (photographer)
March 5, 1982
3 3-15
Rear view of apartment building on Western Avenue near Broad Street, facing east from Broad Street and Elliott Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3139).See photograph #3250 from March 5, 1982.
September 1959
3 3-16
Billboard ad on Broad Street between Western and First Avenue, looking east
Leslie Hamilton (3250) (photographer)
March 5, 1982
3 3-17
Building on southeast corner of First Avenue and Eagle Street
Leslie Hamilton (2023) (photographer)
August 3, 1980
3 3-18
View east on east side of First Avenue between Broad and Eagle streets (remnant of First Avenue regrade)
Leslie Hamilton (39-1) (photographer)
July 30, 1978
3 3-19-3-20
Olympic View Hotel building on southwest corner of First Avenue and Cedar Street (Two views)
Leslie Hamilton (2473-2472) (photographer)
April 20, 1981
3 3-21
The Vine Street Lounge in the New Pacific Building on the northeast corner of First Avenue and Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2042) (photographer)
First owner of building William Bell (1904) used building as a hospital.
August 9, 1980
3 3-22-3-23
The Vine Street Lounge in the New Pacific Building on the northeast corner of First Avenue and Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2402-2401) (photographer)
March 11, 1981
3 3-24
Van S. McKenny Co. Inc, building on southeast corner of First Avenue and Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2043) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-25
North view of building on west side of First Avenue at Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (39-12) (photographer)
July 30, 1978
3 3-26
South view of west side of First Avenue between First Avenue and Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (39-15) (photographer)
July 30, 1978
3 3-27
South view of building on west side of First Avenue from Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2053) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-28
South view of west side of First Avenue between First Avenue and Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (2474) (photographer)
April 20, 1981
3 3-29
New Latona Apt. Hotel in Glaser building on southwest corner of Wall Street and First Avenue (2419-2423 First Avenue)
Leslie Hamilton (2451) (photographer)
March 28, 1981
3 3-30
New Latona Apt. Hotel in Glaser building on southwest corner of Wall Street and First Avenue (2419-2423 First Avenue), facing Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (2450)
August 22, 1981
3 3-31
Hull building at 2405 First Avenue, northwest corner of First Avenue and Battery Street
Leslie Hamilton (2449) (photographer)
Built in 1889.
March 22, 1981
3 3-32
Hull building on northwest corner of First Avenue and Battery Street
Leslie Hamilton (17-8) (photographer)
October 16, 1977
3 3-33
Austin A. Bell building on east side of First Avenue between Battery and Bell streets
Leslie Hamilton (2191) (photographer)
October 25, 1980
3 3-34
Austin A. Bell building on east side of First Avenue between Battery and Bell streets
Leslie Hamilton (2189) (photographer)
October 25, 1980
3 3-35
Close-up view of name "Austin A. Bell" on building at 2326 First Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2192) (photographer)
October 25, 1980
3 3-36
Austin A. Bell building on east side of First Avenue between Battery and Bell streets
Leslie Hamilton (2190) (photographer)
October 25, 1980
3 3-37
Catholic Seamen's building on southeast corner of First Avenue and Battery Street
Leslie Hamilton (92-9) (photographer)
March 2, 1980
3 3-38
Oregon Hotel at 2305 First Avenue, Watertown Tavern at 2301 1st Ave., store at 2303 First Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2442) (photographer)
March 22, 1981
3 3-39
Building at 2305 1st Ave. on west side of First Avenue between Bell and Battery streets
Leslie Hamilton (2443) (photographer)
March 22, 1981
3 3-40
Seafarers Tavern at 2317 1st Ave. on west side of First Avenue between Bell and Battery streets. Leader Building at 2319 1st Ave.
Leslie Hamilton (2445) (photographer)
Frame building (in center) has no side walls of its own.
October 25, 1980
3 3-41
Addresses 2319-2321-2323 First Ave., Leader Building on west side of First Avenue at Batter Street
Leslie Hamilton (2446) (photographer)
March 22, 1981
3 3-42
Leader building at First and Battery streets (2321, 2323 First Ave.)
Leslie Hamilton (2447) (photographer)
March 22, 1981
3 3-43
2313-2317 First Avenue on west side of First Avenue, Seafarer's Tavern at 2317 First Ave.
Leslie Hamilton (2444) (photographer)
October 25, 1980
3 3-44
View south of Leader building on west side of First Avenue between Battery and Bell streets
Leslie Hamilton (2448) (photographer)
March 22, 1981
3 3-45
Postcard advertisement for City Dye Works at 2523 First Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4420) on September 24, 1979.Courtesy of Seattle FIre Department Museum.
circa 1900
3 3-46
Northwest corner of First Avenue and Bell Street
Leslie Hamilton (17-6) (photographer)
October 16, 1977
3 3-47
Group of people on southwest corner of First Avenue and Bell Street. View west on Bell Street between First Avenue and Western Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2393) (photographer)
March 17, 1981
3 3-48-3-49
Construction on southwest corner of First Avenue and Blanchard Street, from south side of Blanchard Street
Leslie Hamilton (2015-2016) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
3 3-50
2313-2317 1st Ave. on west side of First Avenue, Seafarer's Tavern at 2317 1st Ave.
Leslie Hamilton (2192) (photographer)
October 25, 1980
3 3-51
Buildings at 2136 First Avenue on southeast corner of First Avenue and Blanchard Street
Leslie Hamilton (2398) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
3 3-52
Building at southeast corner of First Avenue and Blanchard Street
Leslie Hamilton (2045) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-53
Donald Hotel in building on northeast corner of First Avenue and Blanchard Street
Leslie Hamilton (2044) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-54
Lewiston Hotel in building on northwest corner of First Avenue and Blanchard Street
Leslie Hamilton (2014) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
3 3-55
Building on southeast corner of First Avenue and Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (2046) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-56
Construction on empty lot southwest corner of First Avenue and Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (2049) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-57-3-58
Tree on empty lot on west side of First Avenue between Virgnia and Lenora streets
Leslie Hamilton (10-19, 13-14) (photographer)
September 11, 1977
3 3-59
Building on southwest corner of First Avenue and Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2052) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-60
Construction on northwest corner of First Avenue and Virginia Street, west side of First Street between Virginia and Lenora streets
Leslie Hamilton (2050) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
3 3-61
Parking lot at northeast corner of First Avenue and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2903) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-62
View east of the Hotel St. Regis near northeast corner of First Avenue and Stewart Street,
Leslie Hamilton (91-4) (photographer)
February 22, 1980
3 3-63
North view of corner of First Avenue and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2904) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-64
Building on southeast corner of First Avenue and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2902) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-65
Building on southwest corner of First Avenue and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2901) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-66
North view of Rogers store in building on corner of First Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2906) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-67
View south of Hotel Gatewood in building on corner of First Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2907) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-68
Building on southeast corner of First Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2908) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-69
Building on southwest corner of First Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2905) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-70
East side of First Avenue between Pine and Pike streets
Leslie Hamilton (2909) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-71-3-72
Building on southeast corner of First Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2911, 2910) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-73
Building on northeast corner of First Avenue and Pike Street, looking up Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2916) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-74
Looking up First Avenue from northeast corner of Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2917) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-75
Building on northeast corner of First Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2920) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-76
Pike Place Market building on northwest corner of First Avenue and Pike Street, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (2914) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-77
Building on southwest corner of First Avenue and Pike Place with Public Market sign in background
Leslie Hamilton (2912) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-78
Building on northwest corner of First Avenue and Pike Place; Pike Place Market
Leslie Hamilton (2915) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-79
Looking down First Avenue, Pike Place Market building on right at corner of PIke Street
Leslie Hamilton (2913) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-80
West side of First Avenue south of Pike Street between Pike and Union streets
Leslie Hamilton (2919) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-81
Showbox Theatre, east side of First Avenue between Pike and Union streets
Leslie Hamilton (2918) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-82
Looking south on First Avenue at corner of Union street
Leslie Hamilton (2923) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-83-3-84
Looking south down First Avenue from Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2830, 2831) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
3 3-85
Building on northeast corner of First Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2925) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-86
Looking up First Avenue from northeast corner of Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2924) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-87
Looking at southwest corner of First Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2481) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-88
Building with Heliparker parking garage, Firestone car service on southwest corner of FIrst Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2921) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-89
Shellback Tavern on northwest corner of First Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2832) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
3 3-90
Looking north up First Avenue from corner of Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2922) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-91
Looking at northwest corner of First Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2480) (photographer)
April 20, 1981
3 3-92
Looking north up First Avenue at Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2833) (photographer)
November 2, 1981
3 3-93
Looking north up First Avenue from corner of University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2099) (photographer)
August 22, 1980
3 3-94
Building on northwest corner of First Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2100) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-95
Northeast view of empty lot, rubble of demolished Bay Building at southwest corner of First Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (3035) (photographer)
Copy of photograph.
1978
3 3-96
Building at the southwest corner of First Avenue and University street
From Seattle Times circa 1978.Bay Building was built in 1890.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3034).
circa 1905
3 3-97
Society Candy Building on northwest corner of First Avenue and Columbia Street
From Seattle Times October 1, 1978.Society Candy Building was demolished in 1976. Was originally Colman Building Annex. Colman Building was built in 1904.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3036).
circa 1953
Box/Folder
3 3-98
Gate to the Seattle Fair and Carnival, First Avenue and Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3813).Original photograph from the "Duffy" Collection.
1902
Album
3 3-99
Building with Pearl Electronics store on northeast corner of First Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2101) (photographer)
August 22, 1980
3 3-100
Looking north up east side of First Avenue at corner of University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2102) (photographer)
August 22, 1980
3 3-101
Looking at northeast corner of First Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2931) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-102
Looking up First Avenue from University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2932) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-103
Looking up First Avenue at Flamingo Room in building on southeast corner of First Avenue and University Street on south side of University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2105) (photographer)
August 22, 1980
3 3-104
Flamingo Room in building on southeast corner of University Street and First Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2106) (photographer)
August 22, 1980
3 3-105
Looking up First Avenue from southeast corner of First Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2934) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-106
Former Diller Hotel, Barnier Pet Store on southeast corner of First Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2933) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
3 3-107
Looking up First Avenue from northwest corner of First Avenue and Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2104) (photographer)
August 22, 1980
3 3-108
Myers music store on northeast corner of First Avenue and Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2098) (photographer)
See #4485 and #4486 for "Now and Then."
August 22, 1980
3 3-109
Building on southwest corner of First Avenue and Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2097) (photographer)
August 22, 1980
3 3-110-3-111
Building on southwest corner of First Avenue and Seneca Street, at Viaduct exit
Leslie Hamilton (2479, 2478) (photographer)
April 20, 1981
3 3-112
Southwest corner of west side of First Avenue and Spring Street looking south from Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (2477) (photographer)
April 20, 1981
3 3-113
Looking north from Spring Street to northeast corner of west side of First Avenue and Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (2476) (photographer)
April 20, 1981
3 3-114
Looking north at west side of First Avenue from Madison Street; corner of First Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (2475) (photographer)
April 20, 1981
3 3-115-3-116
Looking east at Olympic National Life building on Madison Street from Ferry Road
Leslie Hamilton (3236-3237) (photographer)
Olympic National Life building was formerly the Empire Building and the American Bank Building; it was demolished in February and March of 1982.
February 27, 1982
3 3-117
Looking north up First Avenue from Marion Street at Federal Post Office Building on west side of First Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2613) (photographer)
July 21, 1981
3 3-118
Pioneer Square Pergola and totem pole
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3090, 15-24).
April 9, 1961
3 3-119
Arthur Armstrong Denny House on southeast corner of First Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (661, 1888) in January 1976.Denny House was built in 1866 and demolished in 1900.From the Seattle Public Library (SPL15224).
undated
3 3-120
Looking north up First Avenue from Yesler Way
Photograph courtesy of L. Gowey.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3689).
undated
3 3-121
Building on northwest corner of First Avenue and Yesler Way
"Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-8).
circa 1960
3 3-122
Pioneer Building on northeast corner of First Avenue and Yesler Way, northeast side of Pioneer Square
"Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-18).
circa 1975
3 3-123
Pacific Ticket office in building on southeast corner of First Avenue and Yesler Way
"Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-1) on February 6, 1980.
circa 1907
3 3-124
Looking south at corner of First Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (1726) (photographer)
March 20, 1980
3 3-125
Looking north at Dearborn Street, Railroad Avenue South and First Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1058).
February 19, 1967
3 3-126
Arlington Garage in building on northwest corner of First Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (1725) (photographer)
March 20, 1980
3 3-127
Building on southeast corner of Yesler Way and Occidental Avenue
"Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-19) on February 6, 1980.
circa 1920
3 3-128
Building on northwest corner of Virginia Street and First Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (7-16) (photographer)
July 24, 1977
3 3-129
Looking south at Pioneer Square
"Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-9).
circa 1939
3 3-130
Looking down on Pioneer Place
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (779)Caption: "Pioneer Place. -- Center of the retail business district of Seattle, showing quarters of Chamber of Commerce. Historic totem pole in the center. The pole is a section of a large cedar tree fantastically carbed by Alaska indians."Historical Seattle.
undated
3 3-131
Looking south at Pioneer Square
"Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (89-21).
circa 1920s
3 3-132
First Avenue and Pioneer Square
Washington and Alaska Illustrated, 1901.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (21-K).
circa 1901
3 3-133
Pioneer Building, totem pole at First Avenue and Yesler Way
Pioneer Building was constructed in 1890.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (635).
circa 1961
3 3-134
Looking north on First Avenue under archway in Pioneer Square, from Yesler Way
Seattle Public Library: Seattle Discovered.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-0).
circa 1930
3 3-135
Crowd celebrates President Harrison's visit
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (41-12).
circa 1841
3 3-136
First Avenue South with streetcar
From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (797).
1906
3 3-137
View down on First Avenue South from rooftop around Main Street
Negative #258.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (188).See negative #234.
circa 1915
3 3-138
The Lowman Building on First Avenue and Cherry Street, with Alaska Building and Railway Exchange Building in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (704).
circa 1907
3 3-139
The Lowman Building, on the corner of First Avenue and Cherry Street, looking up Cherry Street from First Avenue
From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (P-32).
circa 1906
3 3-140
Looking north down First Avenue from Columbia Street with streetcar
Courtesy Seattle Public Library.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1827).
1904
3 3-141
View of horses, carriages looking north on First Avenue from Main Street
"Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-12).
circa 1902
3 3-142-3-143
"Grand Central on the Park" in building on northeast corner of First Avenue and Main Street, looking
Leslie Hamilton (3622, 3621) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
3 3-144
Looking south on First Avenue South and Main Street
"Seattle Then and Now."Caption: "Then First Avenue north from Main Street 1902 (left). Doc Maynard's end of town; he gave most of it away, the rest was pre-empted by Uncle Sam. Plenty of Ragtime was to be heard in the box-houses behind the brick facades, along with the jingle of Alaska gold. Hotels like the Grand Central, (1898, right) and the State (1890, center right) housed the crowds of single..."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (81-27)
circa 1970s
3 3-145
Looking north down First Avenue and Jackson Street
"Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-6) on February 6, 1980.
1978
3 3-146
Looking north on Front Street from Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (800) on May 19, 1977.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22955).
1890
3 3-147
Looking north at streetcar and Aero Products Corporation building on First Avenue South at Spokane Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3770).Photograph courtesy of L. Gowey.Streetcar #355 on No. 5, South Park Line.
August 21, 1931
3 3-148
Front Street, looking south from Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (296).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22879).This was the main part of the business district at this time.
1894
3 3-149
Looking east from the Jackson Street Wharf. Pile driver and winches in foreground, St. Charles Hotel at left, Seattle Brass & Bell Foundry at right, Academy of Holy Names and South School in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (63).
1892
3 3-150
Looking east at Hotel Seattle, James Street and Yesler way from First Avenue
"Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-14) on February 6, 1980.
1897
3 3-151
Pioneer Place
See negative #227.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (258) on October 7, 1974.
1890
3 3-152
Maynard Building on northwest corner of First Avenue South and Washington Street; Denny-Terry Building (Northern Hotel) at 115 First Avenue South.
Maynard Building built in 1892. Denny-Terry building built in 1889.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (634).
circa 1890s
3 3-153
Cable cars in Pioneer Square looking north at First Avenue and Yesler Way
Courtesy of G. McComb.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1548) on March 24, 1979.
1909
3 3-154
Pioneer Place, looking north on First Avenue South and Yesler Way
"Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-5).
circa 1901
3 3-155
South view, looking toward Yesler Way, of building on west side of First Avenue at corner of Cherry Street, between Columbia Street and Cherry Street
Leslie Hamilton (2615) (photographer)
July 21, 1981
3 3-156
Building on corner of First Avenue and Cherry Street, looking south toward the Kingdome
Leslie Hamilton (2614) (photographer)
July 21, 1981
3 3-157
First Avenue looking north from Pioneer Place
From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1102) in April 1977.
1906
3 3-158
Pioneer Place looking north at First Avenue and Yesler Way
From "Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-7).
1900
3 3-159
Trees in Pioneer Square looking north at First Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (81-19).
1970s
3 3-160
Pioneer Square at First Avenue and Yesler Way, looking north
From "Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-4).
1975
3 3-161
Lowman Building, looking east up Cherry Street from First Avenue
Courtesy Seattle Public Library.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1833).
1909
3 3-162
Pioneer Place at First Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (997).
undated
3 3-163
Looking down on First Avenue at Spring Street
From "Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-16) on February 6, 1980.
1975
3 3-164
Federal building on southwest corner of First Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (1727)
March 20, 1980
3 3-165
Looking west from Smith Tower at Pioneer Square Pergola on First Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (16).
May 4, 1973
3 3-166
Looking west down Yesler Way from Smith Tower at Yesler Way and First Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (346).
June 11, 1974
Box/Folder
3 3-167
First Avenue, looking north from Pioneer Place
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1826).Copied from the Seattle Public Library.
circa 1905
Album
3 3-168
First Avenue from Pioneer Square
From Metropolitan Seattle, 1903.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (31-6).
1903
3 3-169
Postcard of The Bon Marche store on First Avenue and Pike Street, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1848).
circa 1900-1905
3 3-170
Globe Building on the northwest corner of First Avenue and Madison Street
From Metropolitan Seattle, 1903.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (31-10).
1903
3 3-171
The Bay Building on the southwest corner of First Avenue and University Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1052) in November 1976.
circa 1905
3 3-172
Advertisement for Lloyd Transfer Co.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4419) on September 24, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
3 3-173
Looking east at James Street and Yesler Way from First Avenue
From "Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-6).
circa 1975
3 3-174
The Bailey Building & National Bank of Commerce
From Washington Illustrated.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1177).
undated
3 3-175
Seattle Cracker and Candy Company
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (788).From Washington Illustrated.
1901
3 3-176
Pike Street looking East from First Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1313).
circa 1900
3 3-177
Looking East on James Street from First Avenue; Second Avenue crossing James Street in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (537).
circa 1900
3 3-178
Looking east up Pike Street
Courtesy of the University of Washington, LaRoche.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (74-1).
undated
3 3-179
Moran Brothers Company advertisement
Courtesy of the Seattle Fire Department Museum.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4424).
1892
3 3-180
Totem Pole and Pioneer Square
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (781).
undated
3 3-181
Front Street looking North from James Street
Seattle Public Library (SPL7277).Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1281).
July 1890
3 3-182
President Harding visits Seattle to deliver his last public address
Seattle Public Library "Seattle & Environs."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-14) on December 10, 1979.
July 27, 1923
3 3-183
West side of Occidental Avenue from between Jaskson Street and Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1086).
June 7, 1973
3 3-184
Rohlf & Schoder's Furniture Factory
From Washington Illustrated.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1176).
1901
3 3-185
John B. Agen store
Caption: Substantial stone business block and Alaska Outfitting Establishment.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (785).From Washington Illustrated.
1892
Box/Folder
3 3-186
Buildings and people on Front Street, looking North from Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1359).
1890
Album
3 3-187
Pioneer Building in Pioneer Square on northeast corner of First Avenue and Yesler Way
From "Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-17).
1898
3 3-188
Penney's men's store on the north side of Union Street between First and Second avenues
Leslie Hamilton (3414)
April 21, 1982
3 3-189
Mutual Life Building
Courtesy of the Seattle FIre Department Museum.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4412).
circa 1900
3 3-190
Reconstruction on Front Street looking north from James Street
Seattle Public Library (SPL22964).Copied by Leslie Hamilton (969).
July 1890
Box/Folder
3 3-191
Pioneer Building, northeast corner of First Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4410).
circa 1900
Volume 4: Second Avenue
binder
4
Modern images
Views of 2nd Avenue from Denny to Jackson Street from the 1950s to the early 1980s. Includes intersections at Denny, Broad, Clay, Cedar, Blanchard, Lenora, Virginia, Stewart, Pine, Pike, Union, Seneca, Spring, Madison, Marion, Cherry, James, Yesler, Main, and Jackson. Also includes images of the Crystal Pool (Natatorium) at 2nd and Lenora, Collins Building, Waterfall Park, and views up 2nd Avenue from the Smith Tower.
Album item
4 4-1
Second Avenue with corner of Denny Way in background
Leslie Hamilton (2578) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
4 4-2
South side of Denny Way between Second and Third avenues
Leslie Hamilton (2577) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
4 4-3
West side of Second Avenue at Denny Way, looking south
Leslie Hamilton (39-4) (photographer)
July 30, 1978
4 4-4
Looking east on Second Avenue between Denny Way and Broad Street, with Space Needle in background
Leslie Hamilton (2580) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
4 4-5
Looking across second avenue at southwest corner of Second Avenue and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (2074) (photographer)
August 18, 1980
4 4-6
Looking south down second avenue at Broad Street toward Clay Street
Leslie Hamilton (2075) (photographer)
August 18, 1980
4 4-7
Southwest corner of Second Avenue and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (2076) (photographer)
August 18, 1980
4 4-8
Northwest corner of Second Avenue and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (2645) (photographer)
July 30, 1981
4 4-9
Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Broad Street, with Space Needle in background
Leslie Hamilton (2579) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
4 4-10
Building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Broad street, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (2079) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
4 4-11
Building on southeast corner of Second Avenue and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (2078) (photographer)
August 18, 1980
4 4-12
Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Broad Street, with Space Needle in background
Leslie Hamilton (2077) (photographer)
August 18, 1980
4 4-13
Intersection at northwest corner of Second Avenue and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (2080) (photographer)
August 18, 1980
4 4-14
KIRO Channel 5 radio and television station building at northeast corner of Second Avenue and Clay Street, with Space Needle in background
Leslie Hamilton (54-4) (photographer)
November 12, 1978
4 4-15
Intersection at northwest corner of Second Avenue and Clay Street
Leslie Hamilton (2073) (photographer)
August 18, 1980
4 4-16
Looking north down the east side of second avenue between Clay and Cedar streets
Leslie Hamilton (2400) (photographer)
March 3, 1981
4 4-17
Building on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (4065) (photographer)
March 3, 1983
4 4-18
Building on corner of Second Avenue and Broad Street, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (4064) (photographer)
March 6, 1983
4 4-19
Looking north down Second Avenue between Broad and Clay streets at the Bay Vista condominium building on the west side of Second Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (4066) (photographer)
March 3 1983
4 4-20
View north at Bay Vista condominium building on Second Avenue at Clay Street
Leslie Hamilton (4060) (photographer)
March 6, 1983
4 4-21
Vertical view of Bay Vista condominium building on Second Avenue at Clay Street
Leslie Hamilton (4061) (photographer)
March 6, 1983
4 4-22
Harbor Heights condominiums on the southwest corner of Second Avenue and Cedar Street looking west from Third Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (4062) (photographer)
March 6, 1983
4 4-23
Harbor Heights condominium building, looking south on Second Avenue from Clay Street
Leslie Hamilton (4063) (photographer)
March 6, 1983
4 4-24
Northwest corner of Second Avenue and Cedar Street
Leslie Hamilton (54-2) (photographer)
November 12, 1978
4 4-25
Looking north down Second Avenue at Cedar Street
Leslie Hamilton (54-0) (photographer)
November 12, 1978
4 4-26
Looking south down Second Avenue at Blanchard Street
Leslie Hamilton (2771) (photographer)
April 27, 1981
4 4-27
Building on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Lenora Street (Crystal Pool Natatorium)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-2).From "Seattle Then and Now."
1918
4 4-28
Intersection at corner of Second Street and Lenora Street, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (2768) (photographer)
September 27, 1981
Box/Folder
4 4-29
Church on the southwest corner of Second Avenue and Lenora Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-1).Copied from the Seattle Times "Then and Now".
circa 1978
4 4-30
Second Avenue and Lenora Street, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (2769) (photographer)
September 27, 1981
Album
4 4-31
Intersection of Second Street and Lenora Street, looking south
Leslie Hamilton (2770) (photographer)
September 27, 1981
4 4-32
Intersection at northeast corner of Second Street and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2889) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-33-4-34
Parking garage on southeast corner of Second Avenue and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2900, 2888) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-35
Looking south on Second Avenue at Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2890) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-36
St. Regis Hotel on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (4063) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-37
Looking north down Second Avenue at Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2893) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-38
Intersection of Second Avenue and Stewart Street, lookin south
Leslie Hamilton (2891) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-39
Building on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2733) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-40
Intersection of Second Avenue and Pine Street, looking West
Leslie Hamilton (2894) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-41
Building on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2942) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-42
Building on southeast corner of Second Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2898) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-43
Looking south down Second Avenue at Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2899) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-44
American Office Equipment Interiors in building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2895) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-45
Intersection of Second Street and Pine Street, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (2896) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-46
Intersection at northeast corner of Second Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2897) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-47
Pennys department store, Pike Street entrance, at Second Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (N/21) (photographer)
April 3, 1977
4 4-48
Pennys department store, on southwest corner of Pike Street and Second Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (N/19) (photographer)
April 3, 1977
4 4-49
Pennys department store on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2940) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-50
Second Avenue at Pike Street, looking north
Courtesy of L. GoweyCopied by Leslie Hamilton (1457).
undated
4 4-51
Building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2938) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-52
Looking up Second Street from Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2939) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-53
Southeast corner of Second Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (73-7) (photographer)
July 8, 1979
4 4-54
Southeast corner of Second Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2937) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-55
Southeast corner of Second Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2941) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-56
Looking east up Pike Street from Second Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (73-11) (photographer)
July 8, 1979
4 4-57
Horses and carriages in front of shop and barn at corner of Second Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (428).
circa 1885
4 4-58-4-59
Parking garage at northeast corner of Second Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2936, 2935) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-60
Pennys department store onthe west side of Second Avenue between Union and Pike streets
Leslie Hamilton (0-26) (photographer)
April 3, 1977
4 4-61
Building on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2879) (photographer)
November 278, 1981
4 4-62
Looking south down Second Avenue from Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2878) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-63
Building on southeast corner of Second Street and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2877) (photographer)
March 6, 1983
4 4-64
Coutheast corner of Second Avenue and Union Street, looking east
Leslie Hamilton (2875) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-65
Intersection at southeast corner of Second Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2876) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-66-4-67
Building on northeast corner of Second Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2928, 2929) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-68
Pennys building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2926) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-69
Pennys building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2880) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-70
Union Street looking east from Second Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (9-11) (photographer)
July 24, 1977
4 4-71
Northwest corner of Second Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2927) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-72-4-73
Building on southeast corner of Second Avenue and Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2873, 2874) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-74
Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Seneca Street, looking up Second Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2872) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-75
Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Seneca Street, looking up Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2871) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-76
Southeast corner of Second Avenue and Seneca Street, looking up Second Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2930) (photographer)
December 13, 1981
4 4-77
Intersection at the northwest corner of Second Avenue and Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2869) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-78-4-79
Intersection at southwest corner of Second Avenue and Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2881, 2882) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-80
East side of Second Avenue between Stewart and Virginia streets
Leslie Hamilton (13-8) (photographer)
September 11, 1977
4 4-81
East side of Second Avenue between Stewart and Virginia streets
Leslie Hamilton (13-9) (photographer)
September 11, 1977
4 4-82
Northwest corner of Second Avenue and Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2884) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-83
Northwest corner of Second Avenue and Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2883) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-84
Looking south on Second Avenue at Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2886) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-85
Southeast corner of Second Avenue and Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2885) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-86
View east of the north side of Lenora Street between Second and Third avenues
Leslie Hamilton (2766) (photographer)
September 27, 1981
4 4-87
View east of the corner of Second Avenue and Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (2765) (photographer)
September 27, 1981
4 4-88
Looking north down Second avenue from Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (2767) (photographer)
September 27, 1981
4 4-89
Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2887) (photographer)
November 28, 1981
4 4-90-4-91
Southeast corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street
Building held The Majestic Theatre, 1909-1911; The Empress, through 1916; The Palace Hip through 1929; closed in 1935 and converted to offices and parking garages.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3037, 3038).From The Seattle Times, July 23, 1981.
circa 1930
4 4-92
Frederick and Nelson company in the Rialto Building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Madison Street
From The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, February 14, 1965.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3027).
circa 1900
4 4-93
Building at corner of Second Avenue and Columbia Street, on "Boston Block"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3026).From the Seattle Times.
circa 1896-1901
4 4-94
Building on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2870) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-95
View south down Second Avenue at Seneca Streeet
From "Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-7) on February 6, 1980.
1978
4 4-96
View north down Second Avenue between Spring and Seneca streets
Leslie Hamilton (2625) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
4 4-97
View south of corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (2623) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
4 4-98
U.S. Federal Reserve Bank in building on the southwest corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street, between Spring and Madison streets
Leslie Hamilton (2624) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
4 4-99
Building on southeast corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street, formerly the Majestic Theater, 1909-1911; The Empress, 1911-1916; the Palace Hip, 1916-1929.
Leslie Hamilton (2622) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
4 4-100
View up Spring Street , southeast corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (2684) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-101
View north up Second Avenue from corner of Spring Street and Second Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2627) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
4 4-102
Building on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (2866) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-103
Sign "Notice of Master Use Permit Application" on building at 1000 Second Avenue, on southeast corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (2626) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
4 4-104
Looking up Second Avenue at northeast corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (2867) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-105
Building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Spring Streeet
Leslie Hamilton (2868) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-106
Building on southeast corner of Second Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (2861) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-107
View up Madison Street, southeast corner of Second Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (2862) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-108
Federal Reserve Bank in building on west side of Second Avenue at Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (353-19) (photographer)
Courtesy of Seattle Public Library.
July 13, 1974
4 4-109
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Seattle branch, at 1015 Second Avenue, at corner of Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1270).Courtesy of Seattle Public Library (SPL20781).
1950
4 4-110
Buildings on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (2863) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-111
Frederick & Nelson's Store, on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (99).Negative #299.
1915
4 4-112
Looking north from Madison Street at Second Avenue; Frederick & Nelson Store on left in foreground, American Savings Bank on right in foreground.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (162) on October 7, 1974.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22962).
1905
4 4-113
View west at the Norton Building, 801 Second Avenue, between Columbia and Marion streets
Leslie Hamilton (2612) (photographer)
July 21, 1981
4 4-114-4-115
View west at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, on Second Avenue between Columbia and Marion streets
Leslie Hamilton (2609, 2610) (photographer)
July 21, 1981
4 4-116
View west at The Bank of California, on Second Avenue between Madison and Marion streets
Leslie Hamilton (2611) (photographer)
July 21, 1981
4 4-117
Federal Office Building, on Second Avenue between Madison and Marion streets. Archway from the Burke Building remains on this site
Leslie Hamilton (7-23) (photographer)
July 24, 1977
4 4-118, 4-119, 4-120
View east of construction site at southeast corner of Second Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (3365, 3366, 3367) (photographer)
March 23, 1982
4 4-121
L.C. Smith Building on northeast corner of Second Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (92-2) on March 2, 1982.Caption: The 42-story L.C. Smith Building, weighing about 49,000 gross tons, rests upon this approximate 800 tons of steel which is imbedded [sic] in about 4000 barrels of concrete lying over 1281 concrete friction piles.
1913
4 4-122-4-123
View north up Second Avenue on northeast corner of Second Avenue and Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (2860, 2859) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
4 4-124
View north up Second Avenue at Cherry Street
From "Seattle Then and Now."Copied by Leslie Hamilton (81-20).
1970s
4 4-125
West side of Second Avenue from between James Street and Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (13-21).
September 11, 1977
4 4-126
The Collins Building on southeast corner of Second Avenue and James Street
Leslie Hamilton (2470) (photographer)
April 20, 1981
4 4-127
Looking down Second Avenue at the Collins Building on southeast corner of Second Avenue and James Street
Leslie Hamilton (2471) (photographer)
April 20, 1981
4 4-128, 4-129
Aerial view north on Second Avenue from Smith Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3075, 3074).
May 5, 1959
4 4-130
View down Second Avenue at Yesler Way, Alaska Building in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1353).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL5157).
1900
4 4-131
View north down Second Avenue from Yesler Way. At right are the Smith Building, the Collins Block, the Alaska Building; at left are the Yesler Block, the Seattle Hotel, the Butler Hotel, the Bailey Building (Railway Exchange) and the Hodge Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1362).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL5157).
1913
4 4-132
Aerial view north down Second Avenue from the Smith Tower with Madison Street in foreground, Queen Anne Hill, Space Needle in background
Leslie Hamilton (340) (photographer)
June 11, 1974
4 4-133
Building on northeast corner of Second Avenue and Washington Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-20) on February 6, 1980.From "Seattle Then and Now."
1910
4 4-134
North view up Second Avenue, decorated for holidays
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-10) on December 10, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library: "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1915-1920
4 4-135
North view up Second Avenue from Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1824).Courtesy Seattle Public Library.
1909
4 4-136
View north down Second Avenue from Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (41-17).
circa 1890s
4 4-137
View north on Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4409) on September 24, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
4 4-138
View north down Second Avenue from James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1830).Courtesy Seattle Public Library.
1907
4 4-139
Aerial view north from the Smith Tower down Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1060).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL5157).
circa 1910
4 4-140
Aerial view northwest of Second Avenue and Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1354).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL11684).
1926
4 4-141
The Butler Block, building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (31-9).Courtesy Metropolitan Seattle.
1903
Box/Folder
4 4-142
Second Avenue, Oriental block, Crown block and the Seattle Hotel, looking north from the James T. Alaska Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (806).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL14664).
circa 1907
Album
4 4-143
View north on Second Avenue at James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1343).
circa 1920
4 4-144
View north down Second Avenue at James Street at the Butler Block, on the northwest corner of Second Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (93).
circa 1915
4 4-145
View north on Second Avenue from James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (153).
1915
4 4-146
View north on Second Avenue from Columbia Street, with Christmas decorations
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1080) in October 1976.Courtesy Seattle Public Library, "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1920-1923
4 4-147
View down Second Avenue from Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-12) on February 6, 1980.From "Seattle Then and Now."
1889
4 4-148
View east down Second Avenue at Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1828).Copied from the Seattle Public Library.
1905
4 4-149
View north down Second Avenue at Spring Street, the Berkshire Hotel at 1210 1/2 Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1835).Copied from the Seattle Public Library.
1906
Box/Folder
4 4-150
Second Avenue, looking north toward the Space Needle from Smith Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1056).
November 1976
Album
4 4-151
View north down Second Avenue from Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1766).Courtesy Argas.
December 10, 1927
Box/Folder
4 4-152
Second Avenue and Cherry Street, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-13).Copied from the Seattle Times "Then and Now".
1891
4 4-153
Bailey Building, corner of Second Avenue and Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (31-7)Copied from Metropolitan Seattle.
1903
Album
4 4-154
Aerial view south down Second Avenue at Stewart Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-11) on February 6, 1986.From "Seattle Then and Now."
1912
4 4-155
Aerial view south from Second Avenue and Stewart Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-10) on February 6, 1980.Copied from Seattle Times"Then and Now".
circa 1970
4 4-156
L.C. Smith Building at Second Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (707).Built in 1911-1914; 42 stories.
1913
4 4-157
View of L.C. Smith Building from Second Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1239).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22981).
1915
4 4-158
View of Wyckoff House on the southeast corner of Second Avenue and Cherry Street (built before 1860, demolished in 1903
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (677).Grand Opera House at 217 Cherry St., opened October 8, 1900; the Alaska Building, on the southeast corner of Second Avenue and Cherry Street, built in 1903.Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL15226).
circa 1900-1903
4 4-159
The Burke Building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1569).Courtesy of Alice Drew, Metropolitan Seattle, 1902.
circa 1902
4 4-160
View west of Pike Street near Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3816).Courtesy of L. Gowey.
October 19 , 1919
4 4-161
The Bon Marche department store in building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-17) on October 10, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library, "Seattle & Environs."
1913
4 4-162
Building on northeast corner of Second Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3015).Courtesy the Seattle Times, August 8, 1971
1901
4 4-163
Queen City Furniture Company store at 1213 Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2841).Courtesy Seattle Public Library, History of Frederick & Nelson book.Caption: The second location of Frederick & Nelson at 1213 Second Avenue -- formerly occupied by the Queen City Furniture Co. This picture was take before the new "Frederick & Nelson" sign was in place. The tent real-eestate office is at left. Furniture was always displayed on the plank sidewalk, weather permitting.
circa 1891
4 4-164
Building on northeast corner of Second Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3051).Courtesy the Seattle Times.
1913
4 4-165
Frye-Bruhn Co.'s first meat market on Columbia Street between First and Second avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (E-19).Caption: Fry & Co. 1888. In 1888, Charles H. Frye, his brother Frank and Charles Bruhn came to Seattle from Davenport, Iowa. They opened a meat market known as the Fruy-Bruhn Co., and in 1891 an Elliott Bay meat packing plant was added to the operation. Nineteen prosperous later, Frye bought out his partners and incorporated his firm as Frye & Co. The firm's ventures included raising sheep and cattle, producing wheat, flax and oats, exploring for oil and growing lettuce through its branches in Oregon, California, Hawaii and Alaska. Its wholly owned subsidiaries were Union Stockyards and Popular Livestock Co. of Montana. The company headed by Mrs. I.K. Greathouse, who also administers the Charles Frye Foundation, 1952 founder of the Charles & Emma Frye Art museum. In order to sustain one of the city's few free-to-the-public art museums, the Frues donated their extensive art collection, the building, property and investments. -- Seattle Business, August 9, 1976
1890
4 4-166
The Bon Marche Men's & Boy's store on the northwest corner of Second Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2158).
circa 1910
4 4-167
View north on Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (259).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL5157).
1890
4 4-168
Postcard: Puget Sound Marbel & Granite Co. at 1408 Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4422) on September 24, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
1913
4 4-169
The Rialto Building, on the corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street, built in 1892, demolished in 1949
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (633).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (?) (15273).
circa 1920
4 4-170
Seattle Post-Intelligencer building at corner of Second Avenue and Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (E-35).Caption: The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1863. Seattle's first newspaper -- "the Puget Sound Gazette" was published as a four page weekly (only when there was sufficient national news to print) by editor James Watson. In 1867, the Gazette became the "Weekly Intelligencer," and by 1881, after a series of mergers with other papers, the name Post-Intelligencer was adopted. In the 1880s under the management of Leigh S. J. Hunt, the paper eveolvedd from a typical country sheet to a well-staffed metropolitan daily. The P.I. has been published in ten different locations, from its first plant at First & Yesler to its present Sixth & Wall location, where it moved in 1948. Robert E. Thompson, former national editor of the Hearst newspapers, is the current publisher. -- Seattle Business, August 9, 1976.
1863
4 4-171
The Hinckley Block, on the corner of Second Avenue and Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (31-14).Courtesy "Metropolitan Seattle," 1903.
1903
4 4-172
The MacDougall & Southwick Company's Store
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (83-2) on December 26, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1925
4 4-173
Waterfall park on the northwest corner of Second Avenue South and Main Street
Leslie Hamilton (3617) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
4 4-174
Looking west at waterfall park on the northwest corner of Second Avenue South and Main Street
Leslie Hamilton (3618) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
4 4-175
Looking east at waterfall park on the northwest corner of Second Avenue South and Main Street
Leslie Hamilton (3620) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
4 5-176
Looking north at waterfall park on the northwest corner of Second Avenue South and Main Street
Leslie Hamilton (3619) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
4 4-177
Shrine Convention, Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3817).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
July 13, 1936
4 4-178
Looking north from Jackson Street on Second Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (3616) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
4 4-179
The Burke Building, northwest corner of Second Avenue and Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4411) on September 24, 1979.Copied from the Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
4 4-180
Building on northeast corner of Second Avenue and Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4414) on October 16, 1979.Copied from the Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
Volume 5: Second Avenue
Early views of 2nd Avenue from the 1890s to the 1930s.
Album item
5 5-1
The Bon Marche, People's Bank Building on Pike Street looking east from Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (29) Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL15394).
circa 1905
5 5-2
North view of the MacDougal-Southwich department store on Second Avenue at Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1457) Original photograph from L. Gowey.
undated
5 5-3
South view on Second Avenue between Columbia Street and Cherry Street of the Dexter Hoston National Bank in the Alaska Building; pioneer Ezra Meeker and "El Comanche" in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1749) Copied from SPS (Asahel Curtis).
circa 1925
5 5-4
Aerial view north down on the Empire Building on the southeast corner of Second Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3901) Original photograph from P. Dorpat.
undated
5 5-5
Looking north at the Second Avenue extension
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4018) Courtesy of Seattle Engineering Dept.
circa 1930
5 5-6
View down Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1563) Courtesy of Alice Drew, "Metropolitan Seattle," 1902.
circa 1902
5 5-7
View down the east side of Second Avenue between Seneca and Spring street; Ideal Bicycle Shop at 1108 Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3210) Courtesy of Fred Merrill's Bicycle Shop.See [Seattle] Times' paper section "Pacific," June 6, 1982, by Paul Dorpat.
February 18, 1901
5 5-8
View north down Second Avenue at Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3947).Courtesy Paul Dorpat.
circa 1910
5 5-9
The Opera House
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4007).Courtesy of Paul Dorpat.
Prior to 1889 (?)
5 5-10
Aerial view north down on Third Avenue and University Street from the Northern Life Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1725) on December 21, 1973.
circa 1929
5 5-11
Southeast corner of Second Avenue and Cherry Street, Alaska Building, Grand Opera House
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3206).
circa 1900-1903
5 5-12
Alaskan Apartment building on corner of Second Avenue and Virginia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1672) Courtesy the Seattle Public Library (SPL20020).Later called the Alaskan Hotel. The Greenfield Furniture mart and Auction Co. on the street level, 1952.
circa 1919
5 5-13
South view down Second Avenue at Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4024).Courtesy of P. Dorpat.
undated
5 5-14
View up Madison Street from Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1120) on April 19, 1977.
circa 1905
5 5-15
View north on Second Avenue at James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1106) in April 1977.
circa 1906
5 5-16
View southeast of intersection at Second Avenue at Union Street, Chas Louch grocery store at 1412 -1416 Front Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4013). Courtesy of P. Dorpat.
undated
5 5-17
East view of northeast corner of Second Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3951). Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1905
5 5-18
View east up Madison Street from Second Avenue with streetcars
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3951). Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1905
5 5-19
Building on the southeast corner of Second Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3215). Building constructed in 1906 by Judge Thomas Burke, known as "The Empire Building." Demolished in February 1982.
circa 1906-1910
5 5-20
Building on northeast corner of Second Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3212). John Lindh Co. (clothing) at 1432 Second Ave.; Joseph Ryan Furniture at 1424 Second Ave.
circa 1904
5 5-21
Hoge building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3211).
undated
5 5-22
West view of Marion Street from Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3913). Courtesy P. Dorpat.
February 1916
5 5-23
The Empire Building, American Savings Bank & Trust (built in 1905)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (982). Courtesy the Seattle Public Library (SPL14663).
undated
5 5-24
Lumberman's Exchange on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (31-16). From "Metropolitan Seattle," 1903.
circa 1903
5 5-25
Intersection at southeast corner of Second Avenue and Yesler Way, looking west at Occidental Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3564).
circa 1890
5 5-26
Crown Block, on northeast corner of Second Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3572).
undated
5 5-27
Burke Building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3569).
undated
5 5-28
Arcade Building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and University Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3570).
undated
5 5-29
Hoge Building, formerly Seattle Post-Intelligencer building, on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3567).
undated
5 5-30
W.P. Fuller & Co. in Chapin Building on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Jackson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3573).
undated
5 5-31
Aerial view of Second Avenue looking north, Empire Building on southeast corner of Second Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3989). Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1910 (?)
5 5-32
The Brooklyn Hotel on southeast corner of Second Avenue and University Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3566)
undated
5 5-33
The Collins Building on corner of Second Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (631) Courtesy the Seattle Public Library (SPL15355).Second home of the Seattle Public Library, 1894-1896. Collins Building built in 1890.
circa 1895
5 5-34
The Burke Building on corner of Second Avenue and Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (81) on September 7, 1974.Courtesy the Seattle Public Library (SPL21643).
circa 1895
5 5-35
Wilson's Modern Business College in the Collins Building, on the southeast corner of Second Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (631). Courtesy the Seattle Public Library (SPL15355).Collins Building built in 1890.
circa 1905
5 5-36
The Collins Building at Second Avenue and James Street
Leslie Hamilton (2471) (photographer)
April 20, 1981
5 5-37
Views of shorthand and typewriting rooms in Wilson's Modern Business College
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1175).Courtesy Washington Illustrated.
circa 1901
5 5-38
Wilson's Modern Business College, shorthand room
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1174). Courtesy Washington Illustrated.
circa 1901
5 5-39
Hoge Building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and Cherry Street on the Post-Intelligencer block.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3571).
undated
5 5-40
Hotel Butler at northwest corner of Second Avenue and James Street, across from the Pioneer Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3587).
undated
5 5-41
The Butler Hotel on the northwest corner of Second Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4459). From the Seattle Times "Now and Then" August 7, 1983. Built in 1889-1890. See #4460.
circa 1903
5 5-42
The old Butler Hotel in building on northwest corner of Second Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4460). From the Seattle Times "Now and Then," August 7, 1983. For "then," see #4459.The Butler Hotel was remodeled in 1929-1930.
1983
5 5-43
Building on southwest corner of Second Avenue and Columbia Street; Hinkley block, Down's block, Post-Intelligencer block
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3213).
circa 1890
5 5-44
Building at Second Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3221).
undated
5 5-45
Holloway Duncan Harness Co. at 309-313 Second Avenue South
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3588).
undated
5 5-46
Southwest view of intersection at Second Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (557) on July 3, 1975. Courtesy the Seattle Public Library (SPL22635).
circa 1925
5 5-47
London's Store at 1111 Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1648) on October 5, 1979. Courtesy of L. Hoffman.
April 1905
5 5-48
Aerial view south down on Second Avenue at Washington Street of fire departmente headquarters
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3888). Courtesy P. Dorpat.
August 13, 1928
5 5-49
Horses on Second Avenue at Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3735). Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1909
Volume 6: Third Avenue
binder
6
Modern images
Views of 3rd Avenue from Denny Way to Marion Street from the 1970s to the early 1980s. Includes the intersections at Denny, Broad, Clay, Cedar, Vine, Wall, Battery, Bell, Pike, Union, University, Spring, Seneca, Madison, and Marion. Also includes images of the Stratford Hotel.
Album item
6 6-1
Southwest corner of Third Avenue and the south side of Denny Way, between Second and Third avenues
Leslie Hamilton (2576) (photographer)
July 21, 1981
6 6-2
Building on southeast corner of Third Avenue and Clay Street
Leslie Hamilton (2705) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-3
Northeast corner of Third Avenue and Clay Street, with Space Needle in background
Leslie Hamilton (2704) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-4
Building on northwest corner of Third Avenue and Clay Street
Leslie Hamilton (2693) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-5
Building on the east side of Second Avenue between Denny Way and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (4193) (photographer)
June 5, 1983
6 6-6
View west of Denny Way at Third Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (4195) (photographer)
June 5, 1983
6 6-7
Building on northwest corner of Third Avenue and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (4192) (photographer)
June 5, 1983
6 6-8
Building on northwest corner of Third Avenue and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (4192) (photographer)
March 6, 1983
6 6-9
View east of building on corner of Second Avenue and Denny Way
Leslie Hamilton (4069) (photographer)
March 6, 1983
6 6-10
Building on northwest corner of Third Avenue and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (4068) (photographer)
March 6, 1983
6 6-11
Building on east side of Second Avenue between Denny Way and Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (4196) (photographer)
June 6, 1983
6 6-12
Building at intersection of Denny Way and Second Avenue, looking east
Leslie Hamilton (4194) (photographer)
June 5, 1983
6 6-13
View south down Third Avenue from Clay Street
Leslie Hamilton (2706) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-14
Southwest corner of Third Avenue and Cedar Street
Leslie Hamilton (2695) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
Box/Folder
6 6-15
Southeast corner of Third Avenue and Cedar Street
September 16, 1981
Album
6 6-16
Northeast corner of Third Avenue and Cedar Street
Leslie Hamilton (2708) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-17
Northwest corner of Third Avenue and Cedar Street
Leslie Hamilton (2694) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-18
The Old Vine Court at 2600-2610 Third Avenue; south view of Third Avenue at Cedar Street
Leslie Hamilton (2399) (photographer)
March 17, 1981
6 6-19
Northwest corner of Third Avenue and Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2691) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-20
Northeast corner of Third Avenue and Vine Street, with Space Needle in background
Leslie Hamilton (2710) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-21
Northwest corner of Third Avenue and Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2711) (photographer)
July 21, 1981
6 6-22
Southeast corner of Third Avenue and Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2709) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-23
Looking southwest down Third Avenue at Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2596) (photographer)
July 21, 1981
6 6-24
Northeast corner of Third Avenue and Wall Street with Space Needle in background
Leslie Hamilton (2715) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-25
Northwest corner of Third Avenue and Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (2701) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-26
Building at southeast corner of Third Avenue and Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (2712) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-27
Northeast corner of Third Avenue and Wall Street; Belltown School was between Vine and Cedar streets
Leslie Hamilton (71-10) (photographer)
June 23, 1979
6 6-28
Northwest corner of Third Avenue and Wall Street, looking north from Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (2700) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-29
Northwest corner of Third Avenue and Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (2699) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-30
Looking south down Third Avenue from Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (2698) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-31
Southeast corner of Third Avenue and Battery Street
Leslie Hamilton (2713) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-32
Northeast corner of Third Avenue and Battery Street, with Space Needle in background
Leslie Hamilton (2714) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-33
Northwest corner of Third Avenue and Battery Street
Leslie Hamilton (2702) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-34
Northeast corner of Third Avenue and Bell Street
Leslie Hamilton (2716) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-35
Bell Street Park, at southwest corner of Third Avenue and Bell Street
Leslie Hamilton (2703) (photographer)
September 16, 1981
6 6-36
Looking east on Pike Street from Third Avenue, with Ranke Hall in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1355).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22961).
circa 1910
6 6-37
United States Post Office, at Third Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1105).Caption: United States Post Office, Seattle -- This substantial stone building, erected for the use of the Post Office Department, is conveniently situated at the corner of Third Avenue and Union Street. A busy place now.
circa 1909
6 6-38
Looking north down Third Avenue between Pine Street and Stewart Street; the Securities Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3931).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
May 1919
6 6-39
View south down Third Avenue from Stewart Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3858).Courtesy the Seattle Times, December 10, 1961
December 10, 1961
6 6-40
View east down Third Avenue from Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-10) on November 27, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22911).
circa 1910
6 6-41
The Stacy Mansion
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4207).From the Seattle Times "Now and Then" July 11, 1982
circa 1960 (?)
6 6-42
View down Third Avenue from Madison Street
Paul Dorpat
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4208).From the Seattle Times "Now and Then" July 11, 1982
June 23, 1979
6 6-43
View north of Third Avenue north from Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3863).Courtesy P. Dorpat
circa 1900
6 6-44
View south from Denny Hill of Third Avenue at Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3990).Courtesy P. Dorpat
undated
6 6-45
L.H. Graves family on northeast corner of Third Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2760).Courtesy Mrs. H.G. Smith, L.H. Graves family
circa 1880
6 6-46
Post Office, Third Avenue Entrance
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3078).
November 3, 1957
6 6-47
View south of the Pantages Building (Northern Life Tower, Telephone Building) on Third Avenue at University Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1753).Courtesy SPS "Argus."
December 17, 1932
6 6-48
Looking west on Third Avenue at Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (621).
September 27, 1975
6 6-49
Post Office at southeast corner of Third Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3079).
November 3, 1957
6 6-50
View north on Third Avenue at Union Street after Shrine Parade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3814).Courtesy of L. Gowey.
July 14, 1936
6 6-51
View south on Third Avenue at Union Street after Shrine Parade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3815).Courtesy of L. Gowey.
July 14, 1936
6 6-52
The University from Third Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (74-10).Courtesy the University of Washington.La Roche #150.
undated
6 6-53
The Stratford Hotel on the west side of Third Avenue at Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (16-12).
October 16, 1977
6 6-54
The Stratford Hotel at the southwest corner of Third Avenue and Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (16-14).
October 16, 1977
6 6-55
Aerial view of west side of Third Avenue from Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (17-1).
October 16, 1977
6 6-56
Building on the northwest corner of Third Avenue and Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (16-15).
October 16, 1977
6 6-57
Building on the northwest corner of Third Avenue and Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (2035) (photographer)
July 30, 1980
6 6-58
Dexter Horton Building, west view of Third Avenue at Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (16-17).
October 16, 1977
6 6-59
Building on southwest corner of Third Avenue and Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (16-20).
October 16, 1977
6 6-60
View west on Columbia Street from Third Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (699).Courtesy Seattle Business, August 9, 1976.
circa 1900
6 6-61
View north of streetcars on Third Avenue at Jefferson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1660) on October 23, 1979.Courtesy L. Gowey.
circa 1909
6 6-62
Arcade Square
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-9) on December 10, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1921
6 6-63
View south on Third Avenue at Marion Street of Dexter Horton Building, Shories bookstore on Third Avenue between Marion and Columbia streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (615-A).
September 1975
6 6-64
Pacific Telephone Building on northeast corner of Third Avenue and Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-19) on December 10, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1923
6 6-65
Looking west on Yesler Way from Third Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1358).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22851).
circa 1892
6 6-66
View south of Dexter Horton Building, Marion Street intersection between Third and Fourth avenues from Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (3469) (photographer)
May 21, 1982
6 6-67
Looking southwest at Fourth Avenue and Marion Street from Third Avenue at Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (3470) (photographer)
May 21, 1982
6 6-68
Southwest corner of Third Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (3514) (Photographer)
May 31, 1982
6 6-69
Pacific Outfitter's store on the southwest corner of Third Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (3513) (Photographer)
May 31, 1982
6 6-70
Building on northwest corner of Third Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (3515) (Photographer)
May 31, 1982
6 6-71
Pacific Outfitter's store on the southwest corner of Third Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (4035) (Photographer)
November 1982
6 6-72
Aerial view of the southwest corner of Third Avenue and Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (1777) (Photographer)
March 30, 1980
6 6-73
Aerial view of the southwest corner of Third Avenue and Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (1776) (Photographer)
March 30, 1980
6 6-74
West side of Third Avenue between Pine and Pike streets
Leslie Hamilton (1890) (Photographer)
June 22, 1980
6 6-75
West side of Third Avenue between Pine and Pike streets
Leslie Hamilton (1891) (Photographer)
June 22, 1980
6 6-76
View north on Third Avenue and University Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (89-18).From "Seattle Then and Now."
circa 1975
6 6-77
Looking east on Third Avenue at Pike Street with Cheasty's clothing store, the Bigelow building and the Coliseum Theater
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3013).Courtesy the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, November 10, 1978.
circa 1930
6 6-78
West view on Union Street between Third and Fourth avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3080).
November 3, 1957
6 6-79
View east at northeast corner of Third Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3022).
After Lincoln Hotel fire, April 7, 1920
6 6-80
Northwest corner of Third Avenue and Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (2857) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
6 6-81
North side of Marion Street between Second and Third avenues
Leslie Hamilton (2858)
circa 1975
6 6-82
Southwest corner of Third Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (2856) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
6 6-83
View west on Third Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (2855) (photographer)
November 27, 1981
6 6-84
South view on Third Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (3419) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
6 6-85
Kress Building, north view on Third Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (3415) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
6 6-86
Southwest corner of Third Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (3418) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
6 6-87
North view on Third Avenue from below Cherry Street. Seattle Theatre, St. Elmo Hotel, Occidental Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (80).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22912).
circa 1903
6 6-88-6-89
Woolworth store, southeast corner of Third Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (3413, 3412) (photographer)
April 21, 1982
6 6-90
Kress Building, southwest corner of Third Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (3416) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
6 6-91
South view on Third Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (3417) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
6 6-92
North view on Third Avenue from Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2620) (photographer)
July 26, 1981
6 6-93
King County courthouse at Third Avenue and Jefferson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1235).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL8630).
December 4, 1915
6 6-94
State Armory, site of U.S. Post Office, University of Washington center, Plymouth Congregational Church. Southeast corner of Third Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3534).
circa 1900
6 6-95
The Bon Marche on the northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1666).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL21632).
circa 1929
6 6-96
View east of the King County Courthouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1667).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22982).
February 18, 1915
6 6-97
View north of construction on the King County Courthouse; Third Avenue and Jefferson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (33).
circa 1910
6 6-98
City Hall (formerly King County Courthouse) at the southeast corner of Third Avenue and Jefferson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3200).City Hall built in 1882; King County Courthouse built in 1888 at Second Avenue and Terrace Street.
circa 1890
6 6-99
H. Yesler Home at Third Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2575).Used as the Seattle Public Library, 1899-1901.Built 1883, destroyed 1901.
circa 1897
Box/Folder
6 6-100
Shops on Third Avenue between Pike and Union Streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3214).Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
July 1896
Album
6 6-101
St. Elmo Hotel, southeast corner of Third Avenue and Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3198).Rosenberg property.
circa 1904
6 6-102
Seattle City Hall, northeast corner of Third Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3533).
February 18, 1915
6 6-103
South view from Denny Hill of Third Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4000).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
undated
6 6-104
Southeast corner of Third Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3997).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1906
6 6-105
North view Denny Hill from Third Avenue and Virginia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4017).Courtesy of P. Dorpat.
circa 1890
6 6-106
West view of Courthouse Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (170).
circa 1915
6 6-107
King County Courthouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (556).
circa 1924
Historical images
Volume 7: Fourth Avenue
binder
7
Modern images
Views of 4th Avenue from Vine Street to Jackson from the 1950s to the early 1980s. Includes intersections of Vine, Wall, Battery, Lenora, Virginia, Stewart, Olive, Line, Pike, University, Union, Spring, Seneca, Madison, Marion, Washington, and Jackson. Also includes images of the monorail, Coliseum Theatre, Frederick and Nelson department store, Rainier Bank Building under construction in 1975, Cobb Building, Metropolitan Building, and the White Building.
Historical images
Album item
7 7-1
East view down Wall Street from between Thrid and Fourth avenues; the Devonshire Apartments on Fifth Avenue and Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (4053) (photographer)
March 3, 1983
7 7-2
Northeast corner of Fourth Avenue at Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (4054) (photographer)
March 3, 1983
7 7-3
Southwest corner of Vine Street and Fourth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (4055) (photographer)
March 3, 1983
7 7-4
Southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (4056) (photographer)
March 3, 1983
7 7-5
Northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (4057) (photographer)
March 3, 1983
7 7-6-7-7
Seattle Post-Intelligencer building on the north side of Wall Street between Fifth and Fourth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (4058-4059) (photographer)
March 3, 1983
7 7-8
Northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (1781) (photographer)
April 9, 1980
8 7-9
East side of Fourth Avenue at Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (23-21) (photographer)
March 30, 1978
7 7-10
South view down Fourth Avenue from Lenora Street, Denny Hotel (later Warwick Hotel)
Leslie Hamilton (1968) (photographer)
July 6, 1980
7 7-11
Southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Lenora Street; Denny Hotel (later Warwick Hotel)
Leslie Hamilton (1967) (photographer)
July 6, 1980
7 7-12
Southeast corner of Lenora Street and Fourth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (23-18) (photographer)
March 30, 1978
7 7-13
Hotel Plaza (later replaced by Bartell Drugs), looking north on Fourth Avenue and Westlake Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3014).Courtesy Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
circa 1909
7 7-14
Times Square, looking west, from Westlake Avenue between Olive and Stewart streets, during the 1916 World Series baseball game
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3017).Courtesy the Seattle Times, August 8, 1971.
circa 1916
7 7-15
North view down Fourth Street at University Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3032).Courtesy Seattle Post-Intelligencer, circa 1961-1962.
1911
7 7-16
East view at Fourth Avenue between Stewart and Olive streets
Copied by Leslie Hamiliton (88-13).
1927
7 7-17
North view down Fourth Avenue at Pine Street between Pike and Pine streets
Leslie Hamilton (2215) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
7 7-18
Southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2224) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
7 7-19
East view down Pine Street at Fourth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1444).Courtesy L. Gowey.
Early 1930s
7 7-20
West view on Pine Street at Fourth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (20-15) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
7 7-21
Northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2237) (photographer)
December 15, 1980
7 7-22
The Bon Marche, on the north side of Pine Street between Fourth and Third Avenues
Leslie Hamilton (H) (photographer)
December 1976
7 7-23
East view down Pine Street from Fourth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (60-29).
July 19, 1962
7 7-24
North view down Fourth Avenue from Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2213) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
7 7-25
North view down Fourth Avenue from Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2212) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
7 7-26
North view of Fourth Avenue and Westlake Avenue between Pike and Pike Streets
Leslie Hamilton (2214) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
7 7-27
North view on Fourth Avenue and Westlake Avenue from Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (51-1) (photographer)
October 22, 1978
7 7-28
North view down Fourth Avenue at Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2816) (photographer)
October 331, 1981
7 7-29
East view down Fourth Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2810) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-30
Southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Lenora Street; the Warwick Hotel
Leslie Hamilton (2809) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-31
Southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (2808) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-32
East view down Fourth Avenue at Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (2819) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-33
North view down Fourth Avenue at Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2818) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-34
North view down Fourth Avenue at Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2817) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-35
North view of Westlake Avenue from Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3033).Courtesy the Seattle Post-Intelligencer circa 1961-1962
circa 1917
7 7-36
South view of Westlake Avenue between Fourth Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-2).From "Seattle Then & Now."
1919
7 7-37
North view at intersection of Fourth Avenue and Westlake Avenue between Pike and Pine streetes
Leslie Hamilton (51-4) (photographer)
October 22, 1978
7 7-38
Northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (23-19) (photographer)
April 30, 1978
7 7-39
West view down the south side of University Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (2312) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
7 7-40
East view down Seneca Street at Fourth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2081) (photographer)
August 18, 1980
7 7-41
Fourth Avenue, looking north from Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1127).
1951
7 7-42
Fourth Avenue looking north from Spring Street; Stimson Building, Hotel Earl, Telephone Building, Northern Life Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1361).
1950
7 7-43
South view down Fourth Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (87-3) (photographer)
From "Seattle Then & Now."
circa 1975
7 7-44
Southwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Spring Street; BPO Elks Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3077).From "Seattle Then & Now."
November 3, 1957
7 7-45
Northwest view on Fourth Avenue between Madison and Spring streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3076).
February 23, 1958
7 7-46
East view on Spring Street at Fourth Avenue; library, United States Courthouse
Leslie Hamilton (617-A) (photographer)
September 21, 1975
7 7-47
North view of menorah at Festival of Lights, Westlake Mall
Leslie Hamilton (3039) (photographer)
December 21, 1981
7 7-48
East view of University Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues; Outdoor Restaurant
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3073).
August 5, 1859
7 7-49
Fourth of July parade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (71-23) in October 1976.
1919
7 7-50
Fourth Avenue, looking north from Yesler Way; the Department of Lighting
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (K-32) in April 1977.
1911
7 7-51
West view of Fourth Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-11).From "Seattle Then & Now."
1940s
7 7-52
South panorama view of Fourth Avenue, Occidental Avenue and Yesler Way
Leslie Hamilton (86-19) (photographer)
From "Seattle Then & Now."
1975
7 7-53
East view down University Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues; Victory Square
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-2) on November 27, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL20039).
circa 1940
7 7-54
Northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and University Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3946).
circa 1960s-1970s
7 7-55
Southwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Union Street; The Washington Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3859).Courtesy the Seattle Times, December 10, 1961.
1961
7 7-56
East view on Main Street between Third and Fourth avenues; Dawn Tower Apartments
Leslie Hamilton (3611) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
7 7-57
Record of Members; George Hoffman, carriage manufacturer
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-2) on September 9, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1901
7 7-58
Postcard; East view down Olive Way from Fourth Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3686).Circular from the Seattle Historical Society.
1926
7 7-59
West view down Fourth Avenue at Spring Street of Elks Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3898).
circa 1920s
7 7-60
BP Elks building, looking north on the southwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3899).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1960s
7 7-61
Southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4006).Providence Hospital, moved in 1911; Central School demolished 1953; Carnegie Library, opened 1907 .Courtesy the Seattle Times, July 25, 1982.Courtesy P. Dorpat, James McNaught Home.
circa 1905
7 7-62
North view of Fourth Avenue and Pine Street, from Fourth Avenue and Pike Street; Colonial Theater
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3996).Courtesy P. Dorpat.Courtesy the Seattle Times, January 17, 1982.
March 12, 1919
7 7-63
Southeast corner of Fourth Avenue South and Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3220).
1919
7 7-64
North view of Fourth Avenue and Main Street across Jackson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4019).Courtesy the Seattle Engineering Co.
circa 1930
7 7-65
East view from Jackson Street and Fourth Avenue; Academy of Holy Names; from King Street Station
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (57) on June 18, 1975.From the Seattle Times "Now and Then."Seattle Public Library (SPL22870).
circa 1905-1907
7 7-66
East view from the King Street Station clock tower, looking toward the International District
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4470).From the Seattle Times "Now and Then," October 10, 1983.
1983
7 7-67
Terretorial University (University of Washington) at Fourth and University Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4022).Courtesy P. Dorpat.Built in 1866.
circa 1865
7 7-68
University of Washington original site between Fourth and Fifth avenues at University and Seneca streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3549).
1919
7 7-69
The Rainier Club at southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3530).
undated
7 7-70
Lincos Apartments/Hotel building at the northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3555).
undated
7 7-71
Territorial University Boarding House
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-4) on November 27, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL15037).
circa 1862
7 7-72
Stinson Building at the northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Seneca Street; 1201-1227 Fourth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3900).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1920s
7 7-73
Northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Battery Street, with monorail tracks
Leslie Hamilton (71-14) (photographer)
June 23, 1979
7 7-74
South view on Fifth Avenue from Lenora Street, with monorail tracks
Leslie Hamilton (20-1) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
7 7-75
Looking south on Fifth Avenue from Virginia Street, with monorail tracks
Leslie Hamilton (20-2) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
7 7-76
South view on Fifth Avenue from Olive Way, with monorail tracks
Leslie Hamilton (9-2) (photographer)
July 24, 1977
7 7-77
North view on Fifth Avenue at Olive way, with Westlake Avenue at right
Leslie Hamilton (20-13) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
7 7-78
North view from Fidelity Lane on Fifth Avenue at left and Westlake Avenue at right
Leslie Hamilton (7-35) (photographer)
July 1977
7 7-79
Westlake Avenue, looking north between Olive Way and Fifth Avenue, with monorail; Times Square, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-15).From "Seattle Then & Now."
1965
7 7-80
Westlake Avenue looking north from Fifth Avenue and Olive Way; Times Square, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-16).From "Seattle Then & Now."
1927
7 7-81
The Seattle Public Library, on the west side of Fifth Avenue between Madison and Spring streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3072).
April 10, 1960
7 7-82
East side of Fourth Avenue between Pine Street and Olive Way; Frederick & Nelson building
Leslie Hamilton (2815) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-83
East view on Pike Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues; Ernst store
Leslie Hamilton (3044) (photographer)
January 3, 1982
7 7-84
East view on Pike Street at Fifth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (3043)
January 3,1982
7 7-85
Westlake Avenue between Pine Street and Olive Way, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (2814) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-86
West view at Fidelity Lane; between Fourth Avenue and Westlake Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2813) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-87
Fidelity Lane, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (2812) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-88
Frederick & Nelson building on the northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2763).
circa 1950
7 7-89
West view of Fifth Avenue between Virginia and Lenora streets, Warwick Hotel
Leslie Hamilton (2807) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-90
East view down Pine Street at Fifth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2786) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
7 7-91-7-92
Manhole cover in sidewalk; southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (70-11, 70-12) (photographer)
April 22,1979
7 7-93
Southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Stewart Street (Old Times Building)
Leslie Hamilton (20-3) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
7 7-94
Frederick & Nelson store, northeast corner of Pine Street and Fifth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (H) (photographer)
December 1976
7 7-95
North view on Fifth Avenue at Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2222) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
7 7-96
Frederick & Nelson's store, northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2254) (photographer)
December 19, 1980
7 7-97
Frederick & Nelson store, 208-210 Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3025).Courtesy the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, February 14, 1965.
circa 1891
7 7-98
Frederick & Nelson's, northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3030).Courtesy the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, February 14, 1965
circa 1918
7 7-99
Salmon bake on University Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3012).Courtesy the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, November 10, 1978.
September 16, 1883
7 7-100
Frederick & Nelson's, northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3029).Courtesy the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, February 14, 1965
circa 1965
7 7-101
Delivery trucks for Frederick & Nelson
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3031).Courtesy the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, February 14, 1965
circa 1918
7 7-102
Frederick & Nelson's, northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Pine Street, fifth floor expansion
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3028).Courtesy the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, February 14, 1965
circa 1950
7 7-103
North view of corner of Fourth Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (1734) (photographer)
March 30, 1980
7 7-104
Construction of Rainier Building, at Fourth Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (A-18) (photographer)
April 11, 1976
7 7-105
Looking south on Fourth Avenue at Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2-16) (photographer)
April 29, 1977
7 7-106
East side of Fourth Avenue from University Street; Rainier Building
Leslie Hamilton (0-47) (photographer)
April 1977
7 7-107
Looking south on Fourth Avenue at Union Street; Rainier Building
Leslie Hamilton (1-11) (photographer)
May 19, 1977
7 7-108
Looking west from Fourth Avenue on Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (H) (photographer)
December 1976
7 7-109
Looking north on Fourth Avenue from University Street
Leslie Hamilton (1722) (photographer)
November 1977
7 7-110
South side of Union Street; Fourth Avenue at right
Leslie Hamilton (6-28) (photographer)
June 1977
7 7-111
Looking east on Union Street from Fourth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2-12) (photographer)
April 29, 1977
7 7-112
Southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (1778) (photographer)
March 30, 1980
7 7-113
East view on University Street from Fourth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (1742)
March 30, 1980
7 7-114
From tunnel between Rainer Tower and Sixth Avenue, originally on cornice of White-Henry-Stuart Building
Leslie Hamilton (18-8) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
7 7-115
East view of Rainier Tower on the corner of Fourth Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (1743) (photographer)
March 30, 1980
7 7-116
North view of Fourth Avenue and Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (1917) (photographer)
June 15, 1980
7 7-117
Rainier Square, the Rainier Tower on the south side of Union Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (1745) (photographer)
March 30, 1980
7 7-118
Rainier Tower, looking east at Fourth Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (1741) (photographer)
March 30, 1980
7 7-119
Looking north at Rainier Tower on Fourth Avenue at University Street
Leslie Hamilton (1744) (photographer)
March 30, 1980
7 7-120
Northeast corner of Fourth Avenue South at Main Street
Leslie Hamilton (3613) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
7 7-121
North view of Main Street Bridge to Fourth Avenue South
Leslie Hamilton (3614) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
7 7-122
North view of Fourth Street and Washington at tunnel
Leslie Hamilton (3612) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
7 7-123
View northwest from Fourth Avenue South at Jackson Street
Leslie Hamilton (3615) (photographer)
April 29, 1977
7 7-124
View east toward International District; Jackson Street at left, from Great Northern Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4014).Courtesy P. Dorpat
circa 1906
7 7-125
National Guard Armory on the southwest corner of Fourth and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1668).Built in 1888, demolished after 1909. Moved to Terry and Stewart Street in 1903-1904.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL15227).
circa 1900
7 7-126
Fourth Avenue, looking north from Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (325).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL19324).
1951
7 7-127
Fourth Avenue from the Library Terrace
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (507).Courtesy Seattle Public Library.
circa 1950
7 7-128
Cobb Building (built 1909), Northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and University Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (985).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL 21639).
undated
7 7-129
North view up Fourth Avenue at University Streetat Metropolitan Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-20).Seattle Public Library's "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1923
7 7-130
White and Henry Building (built 1909), Union Street and Fourth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (46).
undated
7 7-131
White Building, corner of Fourth Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (4-21) (photographer)
April 1976
7 7-132
Northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Cherry Street, looking northwest from the Municipal Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3906).Courtesy of P. Dorpat
January 8, 1963
7 7-133
Looking east from the Smith Tower
Leslie Hamilton (348) (photographer)
June 11, 1974
7 7-134
View east from Fourth Avenue, with Harborview Hospital, Trinity Episcopal Church, James Street, Hotel Kalmar
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (571) on June 16, 1977.Courtesty Seattle Public Library (SPL20051).
1950
Volume 8: Fifth Avenue
binder
8
Modern images
Features views of 5th Avenue from Wall Street to Jackson from the 1950s to the early 1980s. Includes Wall, Battery, Lenora, Virginia, Stewart, Westlake, Pine, Pike, Union, University, Seneca, Spring, Madison, Marion, Cherry, James, Yesler, Jackson. Also includes images of the Olympic Hotel, U.S. Courthouse, the monorail, Seattle Municipal Building, Public Safety Building, and Northern Life Tower.
Album item
8 8-1
Southeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Battery Street
Leslie Hamilton (71-13) (photographer)
June 23, 1979
8 8-2
The Ben Franklin Hotel, on the southeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (1898) (photographer)
July 6, 1980
8 8-3
East view of Fifth Avenue at Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (1990) (photographer)
July 14, 1980
8 8-4
United States Courthouse, on the east side of Fifth Avenue between Spring and Madison streets
Leslie Hamilton (1989) (photographer)
July 14, 1980
8 8-5
East view down Pike Street from Fifth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-11).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22957).
circa 1890-1895
8 8-6
Frederick & Nelson's horse-drawn delivery rig
Leslie Hamilton (1649).Courtesy Frederick & Nelson's.Copied by Larry Hoffman.
circa 1900
8 8-7
South view of Fifth Avenue at Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3855).Courtesy the Seattle Times, January 9, 1983.
circa 1909
8 8-8
South view of Fifth Avenue at Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3856).Courtesy the Seattle Times, January 9, 1983
circa 1982-1983
8 8-9
United States Courthouse on the northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1669).
circa 1940
8 8-10
North view on Fifth Avenue at Lenora Street, with people in foreground, monorail tracks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4146). See #4153.Courtesy the Seattle Times " Now and Then," March 28, 1982.
1981
8 8-11
Female statue on bench on the northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Lenora Street, outside Fourth and Blanchard Building
Leslie Hamilton (1920) (photographer)
June 15, 1980
8 8-12
Male statue on bench on the northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Lenora Street, outside Fourth and Blanchard Building
Leslie Hamilton (1919) (photographer)
June 15, 1980
8 8-13
Fourth and Blanchard Building at the northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (1969) (photographer)
June 15, 1980
8 8-14
Building on the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2011) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
8 8-15
South view of Westlake Avenue at Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-3) on February 6, 1980.From "Seattle Then and Now."
1975
8 8-16
South side of Union Street between Fifth and Fourth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (6-27) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
Box/Folder
8 8-17
Demolition of a building on the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3-18).
June 12, 1977
Album
8 8-18
Northwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2013) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
8 8-19
Rainier Tower on south side of Union Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (6-29) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
8 8-20
Rainier Tower on south side of Union Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (10-35) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
8 8-21
Rainier Hotel building on southeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (89-20).From "Seattle Then and Now."Building demolished circa 1912.
circa 1899
8 8-22
Frederick & Nelson's department store, on the northeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-18) on December 10, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library, "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1920
8 8-23
West view of Rainier Square, Cobb Building on University Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (1771) (photographer)
March 30, 1980
8 8-24
The Olympic, on the south side of University Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (2012) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
8 8-25
View south on Union Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (1-12) (photographer)
May 19, 1977
8 8-26
View south on Union Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (1-13) (photographer)
May 19, 1977
8 8-27
East side of Fifth Avenue between University and Union streets, looking at White-Henry-Stuart building
Leslie Hamilton (0-22) (photographer)
April 1977
8 8-28
Southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (1746) (photographer)
March 30, 1980
8 8-29-8-30
Southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2-5, 2-1) (photographer)
April 24, 1977
8 8-31
North view of the Rainier Tower from across the street at Fifth Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (1773) (photographer)
March 30, 1980
8 8-32
View of the Rainier Tower on Fifth Avenue and University Street, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (1772) (photographer)
March 30, 1980
8 8-33
North view of Fifth Avenue between University and Union streets
Leslie Hamilton (2313) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
Box/Folder
8 8-34
Movie theater on Fifth Avenue, looking south from mid-block north of University Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (9-6).
July 24, 1977
Album
8 8-35
West view down University Street at Fifth Avenue. Olympic Hotel; Stimson Building; Northern Life Tower; Stuart Building; Cobb Building.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (334) on October 7, 1974.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL20056).
circa 1950
8 8-36
North view on Fifth Avenue from Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (9-8) (photographer)
July 24, 1977
8 8-37
Southwest view from Fifth Avenue at Union Street; White-Henry-Stuart Building
Leslie Hamilton (N-4) (photographer)
April 3, 1977
8 8-38
West view of White-Henry-Stuart building from Fifth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (N-2) (photographer)
April 3, 1977
8 8-39
White-Henry-Stuart building on the northwest corner of University Street and Fifth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (361) (photographer)
September 1974
8 8-40
White-Henry-Stuart Building at the southwest corner of Union Street and Fifth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (362) (photographer)
September 1974
8 8-41
Southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (1048) (photographer)
1976
8 8-42
North side of University Street from Fourth Avenue to Fifth Avenue; Stuart Building, Rainier Tower
Leslie Hamilton (620) (photographer)
September 21, 1975
8 8-43
East side of Fourth Avenue from University Street to Union Street; Stuart Building, Rainier Tower
Leslie Hamilton (618) (photographer)
September 21, 1975
8 8-44
South side of Stewart Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (20-21) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
8 8-45
North side of Olive Way between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (20-19) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
8 8-46-8-47
West view down Seneca Street at Fifth Avenue; skybridge from Olympic Hotel to garage
Leslie Hamilton (2082, 2083) (photographer)
August 18, 1980
8 8-48
West side of Fifth Avenue between University and Seneca streets
Leslie Hamilton (10-33) (photographer)
August 29, 1977
8 8-49
East side of Fifth Avenue between University and Seneca streets
Leslie Hamilton (10-32) (photographer)
August 29, 1977
8 8-50
East side of Fifth Avenue between Seneca and Spring streets
Leslie Hamilton (1-9) (photographer)
May 19, 1977
8 8-51
Northeast corner of Fifth Avenue at Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (1-7) (photographer)
May 19, 1977
8 8-52
View northwest at intersection of Fifth Avenue and Spring Street from the United States Courthouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1221).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL 20050).
1951
8 8-53
Rainier Tower, under construction, at Fifth Avenue and University Street, next to Skinner Building
Leslie Hamilton (A-27) (photographer)
April 11, 1976
8 8-54
View east on University Street from Fourth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (1076) (photographer)
September 21, 1975
8 8-55
Young Women's Christian Association
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-15) on December 10, 1979.Seattle Public Library "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1923
8 8-56
Y.M.C.A. building, Department of Lighting on Fourth Avenue between Madison and Marion streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (K-36) in April 1977.
circa 1911
8 8-57
The Rainier Club building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (P-30).From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."
circa 1906
8 8-58
Rainier Club, Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1107).Caption: Rainier Club, Seattle -- This typical modern club-house, situated at Fourth Avenue, S.W. corner Cherry, is considered one of the most complete and commodious establishments of the kind in Seattle. The leading social clubs of the city, besides the Rainier, are the University Club, the Seattle Athletic Club, the Golf and Country Club, and the Country Club.
circa 1909
8 8-59
Federal Courthouse on the east side of Fifth Avenue between Spring and Madison streets
Leslie Hamilton (4434) (photographer)
July 6, 1983
8 8-60
Olympic Hotel, on Fourth Avenue and Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-10) on February 6, 1980."Seattle Then & Now."
1975
8 8-61
Young Men's Christian Association; Y.M.C.A.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-16) on Deccember 10, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library.
circa 1923
8 8-62
View north on Fifth Avenue of the Bank of California, from near Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (619-11) (photographer)
September 21, 1975
8 8-63
East view on Fifth Avenue at Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3016).
January 1, 1914
8 8-64
East view down Fifth Avenue at Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3018).From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 9, 1964.
1964
8 8-65
617 Fifth Avenue between James and Cherry streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3020)From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 19, 1964.Later replaced by the City Municipal Building.
December 4, 1909
8 8-66
West view of Fifth Avenue between James and Cherry streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3021)From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 19, 1964.
undated
8 8-67
United States Courthouse, built in 1939, on the east side of Fifth Avenue between Spring and Madison streets
Leslie Hamilton (1272) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
Box/Folder
8 8-68
Jackson Street, looking south from Fifth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (559).
circa 1959
Album
8 8-69
East view down Pine Street from Fifth Avenue; Monorail at Westlake Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2253) (photographer)
December 19, 1980
8 8-70
East view down Pine Street at Fifth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (H) (photographer)
December 1976
8 8-71
North view on Westlake Avenue from the Monorail terminal, with Fifth Avenue at right
Leslie Hamilton (20-14) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
8 8-72
South view down Fifth Avenue at Westlake Avenue with monorail
Leslie Hamilton (2020) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
8 8-73
South view on Fifth Avenue mid-block north of Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (9-3) (photographer)
July 24, 1977
8 8-74
View east on Pike Street from Fifth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1371).Seattle Public Library (SPL22957).
circa 1890-1895
8 8-75
View west on Pike Street with Fifth Avenue in foreground
Leslie Hamilton (6-23) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
8 8-76
West view on Pike Street from Fifth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (9-5) (photographer)
July 24, 1977
8 8-77
East side of Westlake Avenue from the northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (11-N) (photographer)
April 3, 1977
8 8-78
View north on Fifth Avenue from Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (7-28) (photographer)
July 24, 1977
8 8-79
Southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and University Street of Olympic Hotel
Leslie Hamilton (2311) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
8 8-80
Olympic Hotel at southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2310) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
8 8-81
Public Safety Building & War Memorial, Fourth Avenue & Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1237)Courtesy Seattle Public Library (21644).
1950
8 8-82
Seattle Municipal Building at the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Cherry Street (built 1962)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1271)Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22014).
undated
8 8-83
East view up Cherry Street from Fifth Avenue, 601 Municipal Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3905).Courtesy of P. Dorpat
January 8, 1963
8 8-84
East view up James Street at Fifth Avenue, 601 Municipal Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3903).Courtesy of P. Dorpat
January 8, 1963
8 8-85
East view toward Cherry Street from Fifth Avenue, 601 Municipal Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3904).Courtesy of P. Dorpat
January 8, 1963
8 8-86
View south on Fifth Avenue from Yesler Way overpass
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (563) on June 16, 1975.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL21140).
1958
8 8-87
Northern Life Tower (built 1929) on the southeast corner of Third Avenue and University Street, from approximately Fourth Avenue or Fifth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1266).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL17790).
undated
8 8-88
Seattle Post-Intelligencer building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1103).From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."
circa 1906
Box/Folder
8 8-89
Jackson Street, looking east from 5000 block
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (564).
circa 1958
Album
8 8-90
The Devonshire Apartments, on the northwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (1780) (photographer)
April 9, 1980
8 8-91
View east from the Smith Tower at the old Public Safety Building; Terrace Street to the left, Yesler Way to the right of building
Leslie Hamilton (351-B) (photographer)
June 11, 1974
8 8-92
Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (K-23).From "Washington & Alaska Illustrated."
circa 1901
8 8-93
East side of Fifth Avenue between Stewart and Virginia streets, Benjamin Franklin Hotel
Leslie Hamilton (1966) (photographer)
July 6, 1980
8 8-94
North view of Fifth Avenue at Stewart Street, monorail track, Ben Franklin Hotel and Washington Plaza
Leslie Hamilton (1971) (photographer)
July 6, 1980
8 8-95
South view down Fifth Avenue at Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (1899) (photographer)
July 6, 1980
8 8-96
Southeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Virginia Street, Benjamin Franklin Hotel
Leslie Hamilton (1972) (photographer)
July 6, 1980
8 8-97
The Rainier Hotel, at the northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3559).
undated
8 8-98
North view up Fifth and Sixth avenues from Seventh Avenue and Terrace Street; Sixth Avenue at right, with Rainier Hotel at Marion and Madison streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4010).Courtesy of P. Dorpat
circa 1908
Historical images
Volume 9: 6th and 7th Avenues
binder
9
Modern images
Consists of views of 6th Avenue from Wall Street to Cherry from the 1950s to the early 1980s. Includes intersections of Wall, Battery, Blanchard, Westlake, Stewart, Olive, Pine, Pike, Union, Spring, Seneca, Madison, Marion, Columbia, Cherry, and Main. Also includes images of the Seattle Post Intelligencer Building at 6th and Wall, Medical Dental Building, and Seafirst Plaza, as well as views of 7th Avenue from Olive to Madison from the 1970s to the early 1980s. In addition are images of the intersections of Olive, Pine, Pike, Union, Spring, and Madison, and images of the Music Hall and the Eagles Auditorium.
Album item
9 9-1
View east on Olive Way at Sixth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2778) (photographer)
September 26, 1981
9 9-2
Southeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2777) (photographer)
September 26, 1981
9 9-3
View east of Klopfensteins store on Sixth Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2776) (photographer)
September 26, 1981
9 9-4
View south at Sixth Avenue and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2779) (photographer)
September 26, 1981
9 9-5
Southeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2787) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-6
Northeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2800) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-7
View east on Olive Way at Sixth Street
Leslie Hamilton (2799) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-8
View north on Sixth Street at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2798) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-9
Northwest corner of Sixth Avenue and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2797) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-10
View north on Sixth Avenue at Westlake Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2806) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-11
View north on Sixth Avenue at Westlake Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2805) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-12
View north of Stewart Street at Sixth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2807) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-13
West view of Sixth Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2803) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-14
Southwest corner of Sixth Avenue at Olive Street
Leslie Hamilton (2801) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-15
North view of corner of Sixth Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (3047)) (photographer)
January 3, 1982
9 9-16
South view of corner of Sixth Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (3049) (photographer)
January 3, 1982
9 9-17
Southwest corner of Sixth Avenue at Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (3048) (photographer)
January 3, 1982
9 9-18
Northeast corner of Sixth Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (3046) (photographer)
January 3, 1982
9 9-19
Northwest corner of Sixth Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (3045) (photographer)
January 3, 1982
9 9-20
East side of Sixth Avenue at Wall Street; Seattle Post-Intelligencer building
Leslie Hamilton (73-4) (photographer)
July 8, 1979
9 9-21
Southwest corner of Sixth Avenue at Wall Street, Seattle Post-Intelligencer building
Leslie Hamilton (4180) (photographer)
June 5, 1983
9 9-22
Southwest corner of Sixth Avenue at Wall Street, Seattle Post-Intelligencer building
Leslie Hamilton (4182) (photographer)
June 5, 1983
9 9-23
Sixth Avenue at Wall Street looking west, Seattle Post-Intelligencer building
Leslie Hamilton (4181) (photographer)
June 5, 1983
9 9-24
Medical & Dental Building on Sixth Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (1238) (photographer)
Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL19255).
June 5, 1983
9 9-25
Metropolitan Garage on Fifth Avenue at University Street, from between Rainier Tower and Sixth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (18-9) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
9 9-26
Looking southwest from about Sixth Street and Broad Street at Fourth and Blanchard Building
Leslie Hamilton (71-20) (photographer)
June 23, 1979
9 9-27
Southwest corner of Sixth Street and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (1992) (photographer)
July 14, 1980
9 9-28
Southwest corner of Sixth Street and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (1994) (photographer)
July 14, 1980
9 9-29
Southwest corner of Sixth Street and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (1991) (photographer)
July 14, 1980
9 9-30
View west from Sixth Avenue at Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (560) on June 16, 1975.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL21136).
circa 1957
9 9-31
West view on Seneca Street from Sixth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (1-2) (photographer)
May 19, 1977
9 9-32
Northwest corner of Sixth Avenue at Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (1-4) (photographer)
May 19, 1977
9 9-33
South view on Sixth Avenue at Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (1386) (photographer)
March 4, 1978
9 9-34
Southwest corner of Madison Street and Sixth Avenue, Burlington Hotel
Leslie Hamilton (1385) (photographer)
March 14, 1978
9 9-35
Northeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street, Eagles Auditorium on Seventh Street
Leslie Hamilton (1997) (photographer)
July 14, 1980
9 9-36
Northeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2085) (photographer)
August 18, 1980
9 9-37
Northwest corner of Union Street and Sixth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (6-24) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
9 9-38
West side of Sixth Avenue between Seneca Street and Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (1-1) (photographer)
May 19, 1977
9 9-39
Southeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (57-15) (photographer)
January 17, 1979
9 9-40
Southeast corner of Sixth Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (57-16) (photographer)
January 17, 1979
9 9-41
Northeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (1390) (photographer)
March 14, 1978
9 9-42
North view down the east side of Sixth Avenue at Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2084) (photographer)
August 18, 1980
9 9-43
Southeast corner of Sixth Avenue at Stewart Street, Lloyd Building
Leslie Hamilton (20-4) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
9 9-44
Northwest corner of Sixth Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (20-12) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
9 9-45
Looking north on Sixth Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (20-11) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
9 9-46
West side of Sixth Avenue from Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (6-21) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
9 9-47
Northwest corner of Sixth Avenue at Battery Street
Leslie Hamilton (73-1) (photographer)
June 23, 1979
9 9-48
Southwest corner of Sixth Avenue at Wall Street
Leslie Hamilton (71-18) (photographer)
June 23, 1979
9 9-49
West side of Sixth Avenue at Blanchard Street
Leslie Hamilton (73-2) (photographer)
July 8, 1979
9 9-50
Cooke vendor at the northeast corner of Sixth Avenue at Pine Street, Nordstrom
Leslie Hamilton (2255) (photographer)
December 12, 1980
Box/Folder
9 9-51
Intersection of Sixth Avenue and Stewart Street, Westlake Avenue in the foreground, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (20-5).
April 23, 1978
Album
9 9-52
View west on Cherry Street from Sixth Avenue, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (3401) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
9 9-53
South side of Cherry Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (3402) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
9 9-54
West side of Sixth Avenue at Cherry Street
Leslie Hamilton (3403) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
9 9-55
West side of Sixth Avenue between Cherry and Columbia streets
Leslie Hamilton (3404) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
9 9-56
North view of Sixth Avenue at Columbia Street, SeaFirst Plaza Tower on northwest corner
Leslie Hamilton (3405) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
9 9-57
North view of Sixth Avenue at Columbia Street
Leslie Hamilton (3406) (photographer)
May 20, 1982
9 9-58
South view on Sixth Avenue at Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (3407) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
9 9-59
West view on Sixth avenue between Marion and Madison streets, the Dove Apartments on the northwest corner of Marion Street and Sixth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (3408) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
9 9-60
West view of I-5 overpass on Madison Street, First National Bank building at right on Fourth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (3410) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
9 9-61
West view of Sixth Avenue and Marion Street, SeaFirst Plaza
Leslie Hamilton (3409) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
9 9-62
North view of the Sixth Street and Spring Street overpass over I-5
Leslie Hamilton (3411) (photographer)
April 20, 1982
9 9-63
Sixth Avenue South, Welcom Annex Hotel at left
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (562) on June 16, 1975.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL 21124).
circa 1961
9 9-64
East view down Seventh Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2674) (photographer)
September 27, 1981
9 9-65
Southwest corner of Seventh Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2007) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
Box/Folder
9 9-66
Southwest corner of Seventh Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (57-12).
January 17, 1979
Album
9 9-67
Southwest corner of Seventh Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2004) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
9 9-68
Southwest corner of Seventh Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (1998) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
9 9-69
Southwest corner of Seventh Avenue and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (57-13) (photographer)
November 17, 1979
9 9-70
West view down Pike Street from Seventh Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2005) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
9 9-71
West view down Pike Street from Seventh Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2006) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
9 9-72
West view of Pike Street from Seventh Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (1387) (photographer)
March 14, 1978
9 9-73
South view down Seventh Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (1388) (photographer)
March 13, 1978
9 9-74
North view from Union Street between Sixth and Seventh avenues
Leslie Hamilton (2010) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
9 9-75
North view from Union Street from between Sixth and Seventh avenues
Leslie Hamilton (2009) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
9 9-76
Northwest corner of Seventh Avenue and Union Street, looking west from Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (2008) (photographer)
July 21, 1980
9 9-77
Northwest corner of Seventh Avenue and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (1389) (photographer)
March 14, 1978
9 9-78
Northeast corner of Seventh Avenue and Spring Street, looking north on Seventh Avenue from Spring Street
Leslie Hamilton (1996) (photographer)
July 14, 1980
9 9-79
Northwest corner of Seventh Avenue and Spring Street, looking west on Spring Street from Seventh Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (1995) (photographer)
July 14, 1980
9 9-80
East view of Marion Street at Sixth Avenue, St. James Cathedral spires
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3023).From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 19, 1964.
January 25, 1914
9 9-81
Seventh Avenue looking northwest at Madison Street from Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (1386-B) (photographer)
March 14, 1978
9 9-82
King County Courthouse, on the northeast corner of Seventh Avenue and Terrace Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3532).Courthouse built in 1888.
undated
9 9-83
King County Courthouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1179).From "Washington Illustrated."
circa 1901
9 9-84
East view of Marion Street from Sixth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3024).From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 19, 1964.
circa 1964
9 9-85
West view of Seventh Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2782) (photographer)
September 26, 1981
9 9-86
Northwest corner of Seventh Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2783) (photographer)
September 26, 1981
9 9-87
West view of Seventh Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (2784) (photographer)
September 26, 1981
9 9-88
South view down Seventh Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2780) (photographer)
September 26, 1981
9 9-89
East view down Seventh Avenue at Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2788) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-90
Northeast corner of Seventh Avenue at Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2789) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-91
East view down Seventh Avenue at Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2790) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-92
Southwest corner of Seventh Avenue at Pine Sstreet
Leslie Hamilton (2791) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-93
West view down Seventh Avenue at Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2792) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-94
North view down Seventh Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2794) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-95
Northeast corner of Seventh Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2795) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-96
East view down Seventh Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2796) (photographer)
October 31, 1981
9 9-97
Southwest corner of Seventh Street and Olive Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3083).Courtesy Seattle Public Library.
June 9, 1957
9 9-98
Northeast corner of Seventh Avenue at Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (3050) (photographer)
January 3, 1982
9 9-99
North view down the west side of Sixth Avenue at Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (1993) (photographer)
July 14, 1980
9 9-100
West side of Seventh Avenue between Pine Street and Olive Way, temporary library in old Puget Sound Power & Light company
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3082).
June 9, 1957
9 9-101
Site of the P.H. Coe home at 606 Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4176).From the Seattle Times' "Now & Then," February 20, 1983.
circa 1983
9 9-102
606 Pike Street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues, home of Frantz H. Coe and family
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4151).From the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," February 20, 1983.
circa 1890
Volume 10: 8th, 9th, Westlake
binder
10
Modern images
Comprised of views of 8th Avenue at the intersections of Stewart, Olive, Howell, and Cherry from the 1970s to the early 1980s. Features views of 9th Avenue at the intersections of Cherry and James; views of Westlake at the intersections of Stewart, Olive, Pine, and Pike from the 1970s to the early 1980s; and images of the monorail, the John McGraw Statue at Westlake and Stewart, Fidelity Lane, Columbus Hospital at Boren and Madison, Dearborn House at Minor and Seneca, Piedmont Hotel at Summit and Seneca, Stacy House at Boren and Madison, Sorrento Hotel at Ferry and Madison, Virginia Mason Hospital, and Frye Art Museum.
Album item
10 10-1
South view down Eighth Avenue at Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (70-10) (photographer)
April 22, 1979
10 10-2
Southwest corner of Eighth Avenue at Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2054) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-3
Northwest corner of Eighth Avenue at Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2056) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-4
Northwest corner of Eighth Avenue and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2057) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-5
Southwest corner of Eighth Avenue and Stewart Street, looking west on Stuart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2055) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-6
Northeast corner of Eighth Avenue and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2058) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-7
Southeast corner of Eighth Avenue and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (2096) (photographer)
August 22, 1980
10 10-8
Southeast corner of Eighth Avenue at Olive Way, Cullen Co.
Leslie Hamilton (2061) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-9
Northwest corner of Eighth Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (70-7) (photographer)
April 22, 1979
10 10-10
Southwest corner of Eighth Avenue and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2062) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-11
Northwest corner of Eighth Avenue and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2059) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-12
Northwest corner of Eighth Avenue and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2060) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-13
Northeast corner of Eighth Avenue and Powell Street
Leslie Hamilton (2063) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-14
West side of Eighth Avenue looking north from Howell Street
Leslie Hamilton (70-9) (photographer)
April 22, 1979
10 10-15
Northwest corner of Eighth Avenue at Cherry Street
Leslie Hamilton (2289) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-16
East side of Ninth Avenue between Cherry and James streets
Leslie Hamilton (2290) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-17
Southwest corner of Boren Avenue and Madison Street, Columbus Hospital
Leslie Hamilton (2203) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-18
South side of Madison Street between Terry and Boren, Columbus Hospital
Leslie Hamilton (2302) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-19
East side of Boren Avenue between Spring and Madison streets
Leslie Hamilton (2301) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-20
Northeast corner of Boren Avenue and Madison Street, Stacy House, built 1889
Leslie Hamilton (2300) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-21
Southwest corner of Seventh Avenue and Olive Street
Leslie Hamilton (2781) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-22
West view on Eighth Avenue between Stewart and Virginia streets, Ben Franklin Hotel
Leslie Hamilton (2064-E) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-23
Ninth Avenue at University Place, The Normandie apartment building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1189).
circa 1909
10 10-24
Northeast corner of Minor Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2307) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-25
Southwest corner of Minor Avenue and Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2304) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-26
South view down alley between Minor Avenue and Summit Street from Seneca Street
Leslie Hamilton (2305) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-27
Southwest corner of Summit Street at Seneca Street; Eveangeline Residence, formerly the Piedmont Hotel
Leslie Hamilton (2306) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-28
Northeast corner of Boren Avenue and Madison Street, Stacy House
Leslie Hamilton (2298) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-29
Stacy House, on the northeast corner of Boren Avenue and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (2299) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-30
North view down the east side of Minor Avenue between University and Union streets
Leslie Hamilton (2308) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-31
Northeast corner of Minor Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (2309) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-32
North view of Virginia Mason Hospital between Terry Street, Spring and Seneca streets
Leslie Hamilton (2297) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-33
North view of the Sorrento Hotel, on the northwest corner of Terry and Madison streets
Leslie Hamilton (2295) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-34
The Sorrento Hotel, on the northwest corner of Terry Street and Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (2296) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-35
Southeast corner of Terry Street and Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (2293) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-36
Southeast corner of Terry Street and Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (2294) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-37
North view of the Frye Art Museum on the northeast corner of Terry Street at Columbia Street, looking north on Terry Street
Leslie Hamilton (2292) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-38
Frye Art Museum, on the northeast corner of Terry Street and Columbia Street
Leslie Hamilton (2291) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
10 10-39
Hotel Oxford, on the corner of First Avenue and Lenora Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (K-35) in April 1977.Courtesy Seattle Dept. of Lighting.
circa 1911
10 10-40
West view on James Street at Eighth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4457).From the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," July 31, 1983
circa 1906
10 10-41
West view down James Street at Eighth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4458).From the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," July 31, 1983.
July 31, 1983
10 10-42
Glencannon Hotel, on the northeast corner of Ninth Avenue and Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3560).Courtesy of The Glencannon Hotel & Boarding House.
undated
10 10-43
West view from Terrace Street
Courtesy P. Dorpat.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3914).
undated
10 10-44
Westlake Boulevard, looking west from Pike Street
Courtesy Seattle Dept. of Lighting.Copied by Leslie Hamilton (33-K) in April 1977.
circa 1911
10 10-45
North view on Bartell Drugs, on Westlake Avenue from between Pike and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2223) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
10 10-46
North view at Westlake Avenue and Pine Street, with Monorail terminal
Leslie Hamilton (N-9) (photographer)
April 3, 1977
10 10-47-10-48
North view of Westlake Mall from Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (H. 2 copies) (photographer)
December 1976
10 10-49
South view of Westlake Mall on the west side of Westlake Avenue north of Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (51-5) (photographer)
October 22, 1978
10 10-50
South side of Pine Street at Westlake Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2-6) (photographer)
April 24, 1977
10 10-51
South view on Westlake Avenue at Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2-9) (photographer)
April 24, 1977
10 10-52
North of Pine Street at Westlake Avenue, looking south, with Monorail terminal
Leslie Hamilton (2-8) (photographer)
April 24, 1977
10 10-53
Entrance to Monorail Station on Westlake Avenue at Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (51-8) (photographer)
October 22, 1978
10 10-54
South view at Westlake Mall between Olive Way and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (13-N) (photographer)
April 3, 1977
10 10-55
North view of Monorail on track, on Westlake Avenue at Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2681).
September 9, 1962
10 10-56
North view from Monorail station at Pine Street, with Westlake Avenue in center
Leslie Hamilton (15-N) (photographer)
April 3, 1977
10 10-57
North view on Westlake Avenue from Monorail Terminal, with Fifth Avenue at right
Leslie Hamilton (20-18) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
10 10-58
South view of Westlake Avenue at Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2211) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
10 10-59
North view down Westlake Avenue at Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (2236) (photographer)
December 15, 1980
10 10-60
North view of Westlake Avenue at Pine Street, vendors at Monorail terminal
Leslie Hamilton (2252) (photographer)
December 12, 1980
10 10-61
North view of Westlake Avenue at Pine Street, vendors at Monorail terminal
Leslie Hamilton (2251) (photographer)
December 12, 1979
10 10-62
Alley between Westlake Avenue and Pine Street, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (2243) (photographer)
December 12, 1980
10 10-63
Alley at Westlake and Pine Street, looking north, with Monorail tracks
Leslie Hamilton (2216) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
10 10-64
Alley between Westlake Avenue and Pine Street, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (2242) (photographer)
December 15, 1980
10 10-65
Aerial view north up Westlake Avenue and Pine Street, from Monorail platform
Leslie Hamilton (2241) (photographer)
December 15, 1980
10 10-66
North view up Westlake Avenue between Pine Street and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2217) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
10 10-67
West view down Westlake Avenue between Pine Street and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2219) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
10 10-68
West view on Westlake Avenue at Olive Way, with Monorail tracks
Leslie Hamilton (2221) (photographer)
November 16, 1980
10 10-69
South view down Westlake Avenue at Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2249) (photographer)
December 15, 1980
10 10-70
North view on Westlake Avenue at Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (20-9) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
10 10-71
West view on Stewart Street at Westlake Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (20-8) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
10 10-72
John McGraw Square, looking west at Westlake Avenue and Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (20-6) (photographer)
April 23, 1978
10 10-73
West view of monorail tracks, at Westlake Avenue and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (70-16) (photographer)
April 22, 1979
10 10-74
West view at Westlake Avenue between Pine Street and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2244) (photographer)
December 15, 1980
10 10-75
West view of Fidelity Lane, between Westlake Avenue and Fourth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2247) (photographer)
December 15, 1980
10 10-76
West view at Fidelity Lane, alley entrance between Westlake Avenue and Fourth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2245) (photographer)
December 15, 1980
10 10-77
West view of Fidelity Lane, between Fourth Avenue and Westlake Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2246 (photographer)
December 15, 1980
10 10-78
East view of Fidelity Lane on Fourth Avenue between Pine Street, Westlake Avenue and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (2248) (photographer)
December 15, 1980
10 10-79
Continental Trailways building, top of Ben Franklin Hotel, west view on Eighth Avenue between Stewart and Virginia streets
Leslie Hamilton (2064) (photographer)
August 9, 1980
10 10-80
617-619 Ninth Ave.,
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3228).
circa 1900
10 10-81
617-619 Ninth Avenue, U.S. Assay Office
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3229).
circa 1900
Historical images
Volume 11: Parks
binder
11
Modern and historical views of Madison Park and vicinity
Consists of a 1973 view of Madison Park and historical views from 1867 to 1910, including images of the pavilion and amusement center.
1867-1910, 1973
11
Modern and historical view of Leschi Park
Consists of 1955-1975 views of Leschi Park, as well as historical views from the 1890s to 1909 showing the Leschi Park Pavilion (Lake Washington Casino), boat landing, Yesler cable car and power house, and Lake Washington Restaurant.
1890s-1909, 1955-1975
Views of entrances and zoological gardens. Also includes historical images of Great Northern locomotive given to the city in 1953; Greenlake streetcar line (SMR), 1935; reindeer, 1898; early scenes, 1891-1909; Woodland Park streetcar, 1891; "Seeing Seattle" streetcar, 1905; Woodland Park Hotel, circa 1895; Woodland Park entrance lodge, 1891; Woodland Park cobblestone bridge over streetcar line to Greenlake, 1901; and the Harding Memorial, 1958.
Album item
11 11-1
Madison Street looking west from 43rd Avenue, Madison Park Business District
Leslie Hamilton (371) (photographer)
June 1973
11 11-2
Shore of Lake Washington in Madison Park, looking north from Anchors East apartment building
Leslie Hamilton (370) (photographer)
July 1973
11 11-3
Madison Park on 43rd Avenue looking north from E Blaine Street
Leslie Hamilton (377) (photographer)
July 1973
11 11-4
Madison Park and Lake Washington, looking south from dock at Anchors East and Park View apartments
Leslie Hamilton (379) (photographer)
June 1973
11 11-5
Madison Park, looking east toward Lake Washington, with Anchors East apartment building, Washington Pioneers Hall, Park Shores retirement home
Leslie Hamilton (378) (photographer)
July 1973
11 11-6
Madison Park and canoes on Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1627).
circa 1908-1910
11 11-7
Madison Park and Lake Washington looking south from dock
Leslie Hamilton (380) (photographer)
June 1973
11 11-8
Madison Park, boats on Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (30).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL21119).
circa 1897
11 11-9
Madison Street looking west from 43rd Avenue, Madison Park Business District
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1625).Courtesy Captain Bob Matson.
1950
11 11-10
Pavilion in Madison Park, Lake Wasghington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3068).Courtesy Lake Washington Storybook, p. 99.
circa 1890s
11 11-11
Lake Washington, east of Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (74-2).Courtesy University of Washington, La Roche.
June 1973
11 11-12
Madison Street Park and Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (K-6) in April 1977.Courtesy "Washington Illustrated."
circa 1901
11 11-13
Madison Park Boathouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (72-18).
circa 1905
11 11-14
Madison Park, John J. McGilvra farm
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3175).Courtesy the Lake Washington Storybook, p. 21
circa 1867-1880
11 11-15
Madison Park, dock on Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (37).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL21119).
circa 1897
11 11-16
Madison Park grounds
Leslie Hamilton (3538) (photographer)
undated
11 11-17
Madison Park grounds
Leslie Hamilton (3539) (photographer)
undated
11 11-18
Madison Park, Lake Washington dock
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (67).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL21118).
circa 1897
11 11-19
Madison Park Amusement Center
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (191).
Corca 1907
11 11-20
Grassy area near dock in Madison Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4467).
circa 1983
11 11-21
Madison's Musical Palace, the Madison Park Pavilion
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4462).Courtesy Seattle Times' "Now and Then," August 14, 1983.
circa 1890
11 11-22
Leschi Park
Leslie Hamilton (photographer)
1973
11 11-23
Leschi Park small-boat dock
Leslie Hamilton (385) (photographer)
June 1973
11 11-24
Leschi Park
Leslie Hamilton (372) (photographer)
June 1973
11 11-25
Leschi Park
Leslie Hamilton (373) (photographer)
June 1973
11 11-26
Leschi Park looking west from roadway
Leslie Hamilton (369) (photographer)
June 1973
11 11-27
Leschi Park
Leslie Hamilton (375) (photographer)
June 1973
11 11-28
Leschi Park looking southwest
Leslie Hamilton (368) (photographer)
June 1973
11 11-29
Leschi Park, beach and parking area
Leslie Hamilton (384) (photographer)
June 1973
11 11-30
Leschi Park yacht basin
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3103).
circa 1955
11 11-31
Northeastern part of Leschi Park
Leslie Hamilton (38-16) (photographer)
From "Seattle Then & Now."
circa 1975
11 11-32
Leschi Park boat landing and powerhouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3067).From "The Lake Washington Story," p. 94.
circa 1890s
11 11-33
Leschi Park pavilion
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3070).From "The Lake Washington Story ," p. 93.
circa 1890s
11 11-34
Boat houses at the end of thte Yesler Cable Line, Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (74-9).Courtesy University of Washington, La Roche #146.
undated
11 11-35
Leschi Park, canoes
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (782).
circa 1909
11 11-36
Northeastern end of Leschi Park boathouses
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-17) on February 6, 1980.From "Seattle Then & Now."
circa 1895
11 11-37
Leschi Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (787) in March 1977.From "Washington Illustrated."
circa 1901
11 11-38
Leschi Park Pavilion
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (5-32) on June 23, 1977.
circa 1900 (?)
11 11-39
Power house in Leschi Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (74-8).Courtesy University of Washington, La Roche #145a
undated
11 11-40
Leschi Park, boathouses
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (74-4).Courtesy University of Washington, La Roche #70.
undated
11 11-41
End of Yesler Car Line in Leschi Park, looking east over Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3999).Courtesy P. Dorpat.From the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," May 2, 1982.
circa 1890
11 11-42
Leschi Park, end of Yesler Cable Car Line, overlooking Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4034).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1895
11 11-43
Lake Washington Restaurant, at the foot of the Yesler Cable Line
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4016).Courtesy P. Dorpat.From the Seattle Times "Now and Then," May 2, 1982.
circa 1895
11 11-44
Leschi Park boat landing
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1626).
circa 1910
11 11-45
Leschi Park grounds
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (32).
circa 1907
11 11-46
Madrona Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (K-5).From "Washington Illustrated."
circa 1901
11 11-47
Madrona Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1188).
circa 1909
11 11-48
Madrona Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1192).
circa 1909
11 11-49
Picnic lunch postcard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton.Caption: "A picnic lunch by the roadside, ca. 1910. W.H. Wilcox photo 2298. Historical Society of Seattle and King County Collection #16 314."
circa 1910
11 11-50
Camping near Madrona
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3231).
circa 1900-1910
11 11-51
Madrona Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3537).
undated
11 11-52
Hotel Madrona, looking southeast in Madrona Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-8).From "Seattle Then & Now."
1900
11 11-53
Lake Washington Boulevard, near Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (23-5).Courtesy Seattle Archietctural Club Yearbook.
circa 1910
11 11-54
Shore of Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (P-7).From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."
1906
11 11-55
Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (K-15) in April 1977.From "Washington Illustrated."
1901
11 11-56
Japanese pagoda lantern in Mt. Baker Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3001).Presented to Seattle in 1911 to commemorate goodwill between Seattle and Japanese businessmen.
April 16, 1961
11 11-57
On the shores of Lake Washington postcard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1099) in March 1977.Caption: "One of the largest lakes in the State. It lies along the eastern boundary of Seattle, is twenty-two miles long, about two miles wide, and very deep. Its shores are covered with richest verdure..."
circa 1909
11 11-58
The Lake Washington Drive
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (813) on April 19, 1977.
circa 1914
11 11-59
Seattle picnic spot postcard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (778) in April 1977.Caption: "A Familiar Landmark. -- Picturesque spot on Seattle boulevard system, which was constructed at a cost of $500,000 and furnishes some of the grandest scenery in America. Improvement work in this direction still going on.
circa 1900-1910
11 11-60
Union Bay, Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1185).
circa 1909
11 11-61
Woodland Park -- east entrance at N. 55th St. and Phinney Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (3-15) (photographer)
June 11, 1977
11 11-62
Third Street streetcar to Lake Union and Ravenna Park, near the entrance to Ravenna Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (532).
circa 1895
11 11-63
Woodland Park -- Feline House
Leslie Hamilton (3-11) (photographer)
June 11, 1977
11 11-64
Woodland Park -- north entrance, looking west. Phinney Avenue overpass on 57th Street at right
Leslie Hamilton (3-13) (photographer)
June 11, 1977
11 11-65
Woodland Park, north entrance, looking west. Phinney Avenue overpass on 57th Street at right
Leslie Hamilton (3-12) (photographer)
June 11, 1977
11 11-66
Woodland Park, east entrance, looking east; at N. 55th Street and Phinney Avenue North
Leslie Hamilton (3-17) (photographer)
June 11, 1977
11 11-67
Woodland Park, south parking lot, on the west side of Fremont Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (3-5) (photographer)
June 11, 1977
11 11-68
Woodland Park, south entrance on Fremont Avenue. Porcho Theater at left, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (3-4) (photographer)
June 11, 1977
11 11-69
Woodland Park -- looking northeast
Leslie Hamilton (3-8) (photographer)
June 11, 1977
11 11-70
Woodland Park -- looking south
Leslie Hamilton (3-9) (photographer)
June 11, 1977
11 11-71
Woodland Park locomotive
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1276).Locomotive given by the Great Northern Railroad to the City of Seattle in April 1953.
1954
11 11-72
Woodland Park locomotive
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1275).
1954
11 11-73
SMR #710, Green Lake line in Woodland Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1467).Courtesy L. Gowey.
November 1, 1935
11 11-74
Woodland Park Zoological Garden sign
Leslie Hamilton (1058-17a) (photographer)
circa 1970s
11 11-75
Woodland Park animals, looking north at Fremont Avenue and 50th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-15) on February 6, 1980.From "Seattle Then & Now."
circa 1898
11 11-76
Woodland Park grounds, looking north at Fremont Avenue and 50th Street
Leslie Hamilton (87-14) (photographer)
From "Seattle Then & Now."
circa 1975
11 11-77
Woodland Park gate, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3548).
undated
11 11-78
Woman in Woodland Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3540).
undated
11 11-79
Woodland Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3541).
undated
11 11-80
Woodland Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3544).
undated
11 11-81
Woodland Park streetcar
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (970) in October 1976.Car line owned by Guy Phinney and operated from park entrance at N. 50th Street and Fremont Avenue down to Fremont. #14690.
1891
11 11-82
Scene in Woodland Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1193).
1909
11 11-83
Sightseeing on the train
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (810) on April 19, 1977.
1905
11 11-84
Woodland Park, lawn and fountain, private estate of Guy Phinney
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (40).
1891
11 11-85
Woodland Park Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (74-11).Courtesy University of Washington, La Roche #170.
circa 1895
11 11-86
Woodland Park entrance, lodge; estate of Guy Phinney
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (39).
1891
11 11-87
Woodland Park streetcar
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (192).Car line was owned by Guy Phinney and operated from the park entrance at N. 50th Street and Fremont Avenue to Fremont.
1891
11 11-88
Woodland Park, looking south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3547).
undated
11 11-89
Woodland Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3543).
undated
11 11-90
Woodland Park gate area
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3546).
undated
11 11-91
Woodland Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3542).
undated
11 11-92
Woodland Park cobblestone bridge over the streetcar line to Greenlake
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (193) on May 25, 1974.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL14106).
1901
11 11-93
Woodland Park overpass and streetcar tracks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3545).
undated
11 11-94
Woodland Park Farm House, private estate of Guy Phinney
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (971) in October 1976.
1891
11 11-95
Woodland Park Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (74-12).Courtesy University of Washington, La Roche #168.
circa 1895
11 11-96
Map of Green Lake Boulevard preliminary plan
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (23-6).Courtesy the Seattle Architechural Club.
1910
11 11-97
Woodland Park preliminary plan map
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (23-7).Courtesy the Seattle Architectural Club.
1910
11 11-98
Woodland Park miniature railway station
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2986).
June 16, 1957
11 11-99
Elk's "Harding Memorial" bandstand in Woodland Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2987).
June 17, 1958
11 11-100
Woodland Park carousel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2988).
October 16, 1955
11 11-101
Woodland Park train
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3006).
July 18, 1957
11 11-102
Woodland Park rose garden, lily pond
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2991).
September 16, 1957
11 11-103
Woodland Park rose garden
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2990).
May 1958
11 11-104
Elephants "Elmer" and "Wide Awake" in Woodland Park Zoo
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2993).
1957
11 11-105
Woodland Park Zoo bear grotto
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2992).
May 19, 1958
11 11-106
Woodland Park Zoo Monkey Island
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2994).
September 29, 1962
11 11-107
Woodland Park feline grotto
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2989).
August 1955
11 11-108
Umbrella seat in Kinnear Park, Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1268).
Pre-1916
11 11-109
Summer house in Kinnear Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (P-11).From "Prosperous Washington."
1906
11 11-110
Kinnear Park
Leslie Hamilton (7-J) (photographer)
February 1977
11 11-111
Kinnear Park
Leslie Hamilton (1398) (photographer)
March 26, 1978
11 11-112
Kinnear Park entrance between Eighth and Seventh, Olympic Place
Leslie Hamilton (1401) (photographer)
March 26, 1978
11 11-113
Kinnear Park, "Saturday in the Park" festivities
Leslie Hamilton (12-12) (photographer)
September 10, 1977
11 11-114
Kinnear Park, west side; West Olympic Place
Leslie Hamilton (1399B) (photographer)
March 26, 1978
11 11-115
Kinnear Park, looking southwest from 620 West Olympic Place
Leslie Hamilton (1395D) (photographer)
March 24, 1978
Box/Folder
11 11-116
Kinnear Park, looking north on West Olympic Place from 620 West Olympic Place
Leslie Hamilton (1395B) (photographer)
March 24, 1978
Album
11 11-117
Kinnear Park, looking north on West Olympic Place from 620 West Olympic Place
Leslie Hamilton (1393) (photographer)
March 24, 1978
11 11-118
Kinnear Park, looking northwest from 620 West Olympic Place
Leslie Hamilton (1395C) (photographer)
March 24, 1978
11 11-119
Kinnear Park, looking west from 620 West Olympic Place
Leslie Hamilton (1392C) (photographer)
March 24, 1978
11 11-120
Kinnear Park, west side at West Olympic Place at approximately Seventh Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (1400B) (photographer)
March 26, 1978
11 11-121
Kinnear Park playground, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (52-11) (photographer)
October 15, 1978
11 11-122
Kinnear Park, children on swingset
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2964).
August 1958
11 11-123
Kinnear Paark, looking northwest from 620 West Olympic Place
Leslie Hamilton (1395A) (photographer)
March 24, 1978
11 11-124
The Chelsea and Kinnear Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1170) in April 1977.Caption: View in the Chelsea and Kinnear Park, Seattle. -- One of the many beautiful parks of which the people of Seattle are justly proud. A plan is being formulated for the connectioni of all the city parks by a network of boulevards.
From "Prosperous Washington."
circa 1906 (?)
11 11-125
Kinnear Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (786) in March 1977.Caption: Kinnear Park. -- Commands a sweeping view of Puget Sound and Seattle's magnificent waterfront. One of the many delightful retreats for which Seattle is famous. Located on the southern slope of Queen Anne Hill.
undated
11 11-126
Kinnear Park, looking south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3920).Courtesy the Duffy Collection.
undated
11 11-127
Path in Kinnear Park, looking south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3919).Courtesy the Duffy Collection.
undated
Volume 12: Parks #2
Album item
12 12-1
Freeway Park; Eighth Avenue overpass, between Seneca and University streets, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (4129) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
12 12-2
Freeway Park, looking north; Eighth Avenue overpass entrance
Leslie Hamilton (4134) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
12 12-3
Freeway Park, looking northeast, near Sixth Avenue and Seneca Street entrance
Leslie Hamilton (4135) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
12 12-4
Boren Avenue and Pike Street, northwest corner
Leslie Hamilton (4169) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
12 12-5
Pike Street from Boren Street, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (4170) (photographer)
May 24, 1983
12 12-6
Boren Avenue and Pike Street, northwest corner
Leslie Hamilton (4172) (photographer)
May 24, 1983
12 12-7
Pike Street and Boren Avenie, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (4171) (photographer)
May 24, 1983
12 12-8
Chief Seattle statue, Fifth Avenue North and Cedar Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2997).
June 9, 1957
12 12-9
Chief Seattle statue, Fifth Avenue North and Cedar Street; Tillicum Place
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2998).
September 16, 1962
12 12-10
Looking west along Alki Beach
Leslie Hamilton (2071) (photographer)
August 11, 1980
12 12-11
Eighth Avenue between Seneca and University streets, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (4129) (photographer)
May 4, 1903
12 12-12
Alki Bathing Beach sign
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (234).
undated
12 12-13
People bathing in water off Alki Beach
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1570).Courtesy Alice Drew.Courtesy Metropolitan Seattle.
1902
12 12-14
Bathers at Alki Beach
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4021).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1915
12 12-15
Alki Point Bathing Beach
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1636-B).Courtesy Washington: History of Evergreen State.
circa 1912
12 12-16
Senior Citizen Walking Club; Schmidtz Park Walk, Alki Park
Leslie Hamilton (1909) (photographer)
June 23, 1980
12 12-17
Alki Park, beach at 59th Avenue SW and Alki Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2072) (photographer)
August 11, 1980
12 12-18
Alki Park, Pioneer Monument at 63rd Avenue SW and Alki Avenue SW
Leslie Hamilton (1911) (photographer)
June 23, 1980
12 12-19
Pioneer Monument, Alki Beach; 63rd Avenue SW and Alki Avenue SW
Leslie Hamilton (1912) (photographer)
June 23, 1980
12 12-20
Pioneer Statue, Alki Beach
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2999).
September 15, 1957
12 12-21
Alki Park, Pioneer Monument, Alki Avenue SW and 63rd Avenue SW
Leslie Hamilton (2069) (photographer)
August 11, 1980
12 12-22
Plaque on Pioneer Monument, Alki Park
Leslie Hamilton (2070) (photographer)
August 11, 1980
12 12-23
Pioneer Monument, Alki Park
Leslie Hamilton (2068) (photographer)
August 11, 1980
12 12-24
Statue of Liberty, Alki Beach, 63rd Avenue SW and Alki Avenue SW
Leslie Hamilton (1910) (photographer)
June 23, 1980
12 12-25
Statue of Liberty, Alki Park
Leslie Hamilton (2066) (photographer)
August 11, 1980
12 12-26
Statue of Liberty, Alki Park
Leslie Hamilton (2067E) (photographer)
August 11, 1980
Box/Folder
12 12-27
Dedication on the Statue of Liberty, Alki Park
Leslie Hamilton (2065) (photographer)
August 11, 1980
Album
12 12-28-12-29
Alki Playfield, Schmidtz Park; Senior Citizen Walking Club members on swings
Leslie Hamilton (1907-1908) (photographer)
June 23, 1980
12 12-30
Arboretum, footbridge over Lake Washington Boulevard
Leslie Hamilton (2952) (photographer)
October 27, 1962
12 12-31
Arboretum with snow, Lake Washington Boulevard
Leslie Hamilton (2945) (photographer)
January 27, 1957
12 12-32
Arboretum, with snow
Leslie Hamilton (2946) (photographer)
January 27, 1957
12 12-33
People fishing at the Arboretum
Leslie Hamilton (2943) (photographer)
September 18, 1955
12 12-34
Japanese Teahouse in the Arboretum
Leslie Hamilton (2950) (photographer)
June 23, 1961
12 12-35
Close-up of the Japanese Teahouse, in the Arboretum
Leslie Hamilton (2951) (photographer)
June 23, 1961
12 12-36
Arboretum
Leslie Hamilton (2947) (photographer)
July 10, 1959
12 12-37
Arboretum, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (2948) (photographer)
July 10, 1959
12 12-38
Bird-feeder station, Foster Island
Leslie Hamilton (2944) (photographer)
Les and Elva H.
September 18, 1955
12 12-39
Arboretum, canoers on water, just east of Lake Washington Boulevard
Leslie Hamilton (2949) (photographer)
July 19, 1959
12 12-40
Can-Do Park, southwest corner of Third Avenue and Bell Street
Leslie Hamilton (27-4) (photographer)
June 4, 1978
12 12-41
Bell Street Park playground, looking southeast from alley between Third and Second avenues, on Bell Street
Leslie Hamilton (92-6) (photographer)
March 3, 1980
12 12-42
Third Avenue and Bell Street, southwest corner
Leslie Hamilton (92-4) (photographer)
March 2, 1980
12 12-43
Bell Street Park, southwest corner of Bell Street and Third Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (92-5) (photographer)
March 2, 1980
12 12-44
Camp Long; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2175) (photographer)
October 20, 1980
12 12-45
Camp Long; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2178) (photographer)
October 20, 1980
12 12-46
Camp Long; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2176) (photographer)
October 20, 1980
12 12-47
Camp Long; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2177) (photographer)
October 20, 1980
12 12-48
Camp Long; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2174) (photographer)
October 20, 1980
12 12-49
Camp Long; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2181) (photographer)
October 20, 1980
12 12-50
Camp Long; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2180) (photographer)
October 20, 1980
12 12-51
Camp Long; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2179) (photographer)
October 20, 1980
12 12-52
Discovery Park; Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2003) (photographer)
July 16, 1980
12 12-53
Discovery Park; Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2003T) (photographer)
July 16, 1980
12 12-54
Discovery Park, north bluff; Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (1999) (photographer)
July 16, 1980
12 12-55
Discovery Park, north bluff; Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2002) (photographer)
July 16, 1980
12 12-56
Discovery Park, north bluff; Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2000) (photographer)
July 16, 1980
12 12-57
Discovery Park, north bluff; Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2001) (photographer)
July 16, 1980
12 12-58
Gas Plant Park, looking east at Lake Union from the view mound
Leslie Hamilton (45-15) (photographer)
Later Gas Works Park.
September 16, 1978
12 12-59
Gas Plant Park, looking northeast from the view mound
Leslie Hamilton (45-17) (photographer)
September 16, 1978
12 12-60
Gas Plant Park, looking northeast from the view mound
Leslie Hamilton (45-16) (photographer)
September 16, 1978
12 12-61
Northeastern shore of Green Lake
Copied by Leslie Hamilton.Caption: The northeast shore of Greenlake, circa 1898. The large white house to the left is at 7419 Corliss Avenue. The area to the right is where the Library and fieldhouse are now situated. A.B. Wilse photo 874-C. Historical Society of Seattle and King County #2796.
circa 1898
12 12-62
Green Lake
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3177) in November 1976.
circa 1890s
12 12-63
Skaters on frozen Green Lake, looking northwest
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (577)on June 16, 1977.Snow was 30 inches deep.
February 2, 1916
12 12-64
Wild geese at Green Lake
Leslie Hamilton (2953) (photographer)
August 17, 1955
12 12-65
Aqua Theater at Green Lake
Leslie Hamilton (2956) (photographer)
circa 1955
12 12-66
West Green Lake, frozen with snow
Leslie Hamilton (2954) (photographer)
January 27, 1957
12 12-66
East Green Lake, with geese and frozen with snow
Leslie Hamilton (2955) (photographer)
January 27, 1957
12 12-67
Looking north along Elliott Avenue and Bay Street in Myrtle Edwards Park
Leslie Hamilton (1635-B) (photographer)
August 4, 1979
12 12-68
Looking north at the entrance of Myrtle Edwards Park, on Elliott Avenue and Bay Street
Leslie Hamilton (1635-B) (photographer)
August 4, 1979
12 12-69
Looking north in Myrtle Edwards Park
Leslie Hamilton (1635-A) (photographer)
August 4, 1979
12 12-70
Looking north from Pier 70; Alaskan Way and Broad Street; Myrtle Edwards Park at water's edge beyond Union Oil Pier
Leslie Hamilton (38-3) (photographer)
July 20, 1978
12 12-71
Ravenna Park stream
Leslie Hamilton (4139) (photographer)
circa 1940
12 12-72
Ravenna Park stream
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4139).
circa 1890
12 12-73
Ravenna Park; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2164) (photographer)
October 6, 1980
12 12-74
Ravenna Park; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2166) (photographer)
October 6, 1980
12 12-75
Ravenna Park; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2163) (photographer)
October 6, 1980
12 12-76
Ravenna Park; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2162) (photographer)
October 6, 1980
12 12-77
Ravenna Park; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2164) (photographer)
October 6, 1980
12 12-78
Ravenna Park; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2168) (photographer)
October 6, 1980
12 12-79
Ravenna Park; All-City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2165) (photographer)
October 6, 1980
12 12-80
Schmidtz Park, SW Stevens Street and Admiral Way SW; Senior Citizen's Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (1903) (photographer)
June 23, 1980
12 12-81
Schmidtz Park, SW Stevens Street and Admiral Way SW; Senior Citizen's Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (1906) (photographer)
June 23, 1980
12 12-82
Schmidtz Park, SW Stevens Street and Admiral Way SW; Senior Citizen's Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (1902) (photographer)
June 23, 1980
12 12-83
Schmidtz Park, path under Stevens Street Bridge; Senior Citizen's Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (1904) (photographer)
June 23, 1980
12 12-84
Bandstand in Volunteer Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (83-0) on December 26, 1979.From "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1920
12 12-85
Volunteer Park water tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1836).Courtesy of Muriel Waldeck.
undated
12 12-86
Volunteer Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4161).
circa early 1900s
12 12-87
Volunteer Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4162).
circa early 1900s
12 12-88
Volunteer Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4163).
circa early 1900s
12 12-89
Volunteer Park water tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3895).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa early 1901
12 12-90
Volunteer Park water tower, reservoir
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3894).
circa early 1901
12 12-91
Volunteer Park looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4431).From the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," June 26, 1983.
circa 1917
12 12-92
Volunteer Park water tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2984).
April 29, 1957
12 12-93
Volunteer Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1079).
circa 1910-1915
12 12-94
Volunteer Park Conservatory
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1832).Courtesy Muriel Waldeck.
undated
12 12-95
Volunteer Park, art museum and conservatory
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2985).
October 16, 1955
12 12-96
Volunteer Park reservoir, from watertower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2983).
October 16, 1955
12 12-97
Volunteer Park; William H. Seward statue, conservatory
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2966).
October 16, 1955
12 12-98
Volunteer Park, water tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (15-6).
June 9, 1957
12 12-99
Volunteer Park, lily pond between museum and reservoir
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2959).
July 7, 1957
12 12-100
Volunteer Park, between museum and reservoir
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2958).
July 7, 1957
12 12-101
Volunteer Park, lily pond between museum and reservoir
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2960).
July 7, 1957
12 12-102
Concert in Volunteer Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2961).
July 5, 1959
12 12-103
Volunteer Park reservoir, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (2957) (photographer)
October 21, 1962
12 12-104
Volunteer Park conservatory
Leslie Hamilton (52-0) (photographer)
October 8, 1978
12 12-105
All-City Senior Citizens' Walking Club in Volunteer Park
Leslie Hamilton (2137) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
12 12-106
All-City Senior Citizens' Walking Club in Volunteer Park
Leslie Hamilton (2138) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
12 12-107
All-City Senior Citizens' Walking Club in Volunteer Park
Leslie Hamilton (2137) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
12 12-108
All-City Senior Citizens' Walking Club near reservoir in Volunteer Park
Leslie Hamilton (2139) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
12 12-109
All-City Senior Citizens' Walking Club in Volunteer Park near outdoor stage
Leslie Hamilton (2141) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
12 12-110
All-City Senior Citizens' Walking Club near outdoor stage in Volunteer Park
Leslie Hamilton (2140) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
12 12-111
All-City Senior Citizens' Walking Club in Volunteer Park
Leslie Hamilton (2142) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
12 12-112
All-City Senior Citizens' Walking Club in Volunteer Park at picnic tables
Leslie Hamilton (2144) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
12 12-113
Northeast section of Volunteer Park and Art Museum; Union Bay in upper right corner
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (574).Reservoir built in 1899.
circa 1934
12 12-114
All-City Senior Citizens' Walking Club in Volunteer Park at picnic tables
Leslie Hamilton (2143) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
12 12-115
All-City Senior Citizens' Walking Club in Volunteer Park at picnic tables
Leslie Hamilton (2145) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
12 12-116
Volunteer Park baseball diamond postcard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (999).Caption: One of Seattle's Playgrounds. Beyond the Baseball Diamond will be seen the Out-of_Doors gymnasium equipment with which the Playgrounds are Provided.
undated
12 12-117
Volunteer Park, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3829).
undated
12 12-118
Main entrance to Luna Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4140).
circa 1907-1913
12 12-119
Steamer ship Camano in water at Luna Park, at Duwamish Head
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1849).Courtesy Joe Williamson.
circa 1920
12 12-120
Roller coaster, rides at Luna Park on the Duwamish Head
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4033).Courtesy P. Dorpat.Park was built in 1907 and burned in 1931.
circa 1908
12 12-121
Low tide revealing the stumpy remains of Luna Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4212).Courtesy P. Dorpat, from the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," September 5, 1982.
circa 1982
12 12-122
Everett Smith family near their home, Morningside, near Seward Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4432).Caption: In 1891 part of the Everett Smith family posed in front of their large madrona at their home, Morningside, near Seward Park.From the Seattle Times "Now and Then," July 3, 1983.
1891
12 12-123
Harold Smith poses at Morningside, near Seward Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4433).From the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," 1983.Caption: Harold V. Smith, a boy in the earlier picture, still returns to the site of his family home and the madrona, considered to be the largest in the Puget Sound area.
1983
12 12-124
Children join hands in playground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (80-11).
undated
12 12-125
Children, crowd in procession, festival in park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (80-10).
undated
12 12-126
Looking north at Dexter Avenue and Denny Way, Denny Park
Leslie Hamilton (73-5) (photographer)
July 8, 1979
12 12-127
Denny Park, looking East on Dexter Avenue between Denny Avenue and John Street
Leslie Hamilton (73-6) (photographer)
July 8, 1979
12 12-128
Freeway Park, looking east
Leslie Hamilton (no number) (photographer)
November 1976
12 12-129
Seward Park Amphitheater
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2963).
July 24, 1955
12 12-130
View southwest from Smith Tower at Occidental Park
Leslie Hamilton (352) (photographer)
June 11, 1974
12 12-131
View south from Smith Tower at Occidental Avenue South and Main Street, Occidental Park
Leslie Hamilton (945) (photographer)
June 11, 1974
Volume 13: Views of downtown Seattle
Aerial and bird's-eye views of downtown Seattle, 1880s to early 1980s.
1880s-1980s
Album item
13 13-1
Aerial view looking north on downtown Seattle, Third Avenue and Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4009).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1911-1912
13 13-2
Aerial view looking north on downtown Seattle, with King County Stadium (Kingdome) in foreground, Space Needle and Lake Union in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1369).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL# 23114).
circa 1977
13 13-3
Aerial view of Seattle, looking south. Queen Anne, Terminal 91 complex, Burlington-Northern yeards, Pier 86 grain terminal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1098)Courtesy Queen Anne News, February 9, 1977.
March 1977
13 13-4
View of Fremont from Wueen Anne Hill prior to opening of ship canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1129).See # 3959.Courtesy L. Gowey.
undated
13 13-5
Aerial view north over Salmon Bay and Ballard Bridge, 15th Avenue West and Ruffner Street, Stimson's and Cedar Mills
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1366).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL#20041).
circa 1950
13 13-6
View of downtown Seattle, Space Needle from Queen Anne Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2465).From the Seattle Times.
April 5, 1981
13 13-7
Aerial view north of downtown Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2464).From the Seattle Times.
January 4, 1981
13 13-8
Aerial view northeast from 35th floor of Smith Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4175).From the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," January 2, 1982.
January 2, 1982
13 13-9
Aerial view from Smith Tower looking over downtown Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4155).From the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," January 2, 1983.In photo: Central Building, Rainier Club, Methodist Church, Providence Hospital, Carnegie Library
circa 1913
13 13-10
Aerial view north over Interstate 5 freeway and Lake Union, Portage Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (84-17).Courtesy Seattle Public Library: "Seattle Discovered."
Deccember 28, 1979
13 13-11
Aerial view over the University of Washington campus, looking southeast
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (84-18).Courtesy Seattle Public Library: "Seattle Discovered."
circa 1979 (?)
13 13-12
Aerial view looking north toward the south approach to the Alaskan Way Viaduct and the business district
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (819) on April 20, 1977.Seattle Public Library (SPL21707).
1952
13 13-13
Aerial view lookingsoutheast from Third Avenue and Stewart Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (530)on April 25, 1977.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL15032).In photo: Norwegian Danish Lutheran Church, First Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church, First Unitarian Church, Denny House, Central School, King County Courthouse, Territorial University, Armory, First Methodist Protestant Church, Ranke Building.
circa 1902
13 13-14
Aerial view of Denny Hill from Wueen Anne Hill, looking south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (418).
undated
13 13-15
Aerial view southwest of Third Avenue and Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (237).
undated
13 13-16
Aerial view looking toward the Olympic Mountains from near Sixth Avenue and Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-3) on December 10, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library: "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1880-1890
13 13-17
Looking east from the Space Needle at the Seattle Art Museum and Water Tower in Volunteer Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (746) in November 1976.
December 13, 1968
13 13-18
Aerial view looking northwest from the Space Needle toward Queen Anne Hill, Magnolia and Ballard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (757A/20A).
December 13, 1968
13 13-19
Looking southeast from the Space Needle at Temple de Hirsch on 15th Avenue East and East Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (939).
December 13, 1968
13 13-20
View northwest from 12th Avenue South and South Judkins Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (757B).
February 19, 1967
13 13-21
Aerial view looking south from Smith Tower, with King Street in foreground, Fourth Avenue South
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (748).
May 24, 1972
13 13-22
Aerial view looking southeast from Smith Tower, with Union Station and Burlington Northern Depot, Jackson Street at Fourth Avenue and Second Avenue South
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (349).
June 11, 1974
13 13-23
Aerial view looking south from Smith Tower at Kingdome Stadium, King Street, Fourth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (344).
June 11, 1974
13 13-24
Aerial view looking south from Smith Tower at Kingdome Stadium, under construction, with Occidental Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (345).
June 11, 1974
13 13-25
View south on Alaskan Way from the Marion Street overpass
Leslie Hamilton (511) (photographer)
October 7, 1974
13 13-26
North view from Lane Street and Fourth Avenue South
Leslie Hamilton (548) (photographer)
June 1975
13 13-27
Looking north from about Charles Street with Fourth Avenue South
Leslie Hamilton (549) (photographer)
June 14, 1975
13 13-28
Looking north from approximately Third Avenue South near South Charles Street
Leslie Hamilton (550) (photographer)
June 14, 1975
13 13-29
View southwest from Jackson Street at Third Avenue South
Leslie Hamilton (551) (photographer)
June 14, 1975
13 13-30
View south from Jackson Street and Third Avenue South at King Street, Kingdome
Leslie Hamilton (552) (photographer)
June 14, 1975
13 13-31
Kingdome, Second Avenue South from Jackson Street, looking south
Leslie Hamilton (553) (photographer)
June 14, 1975
13 13-32
The Old Public Safety Building, on Fourht Avenue at Terrace Street and Yesler Street, from the Smith Tower
Leslie Hamilton (1062) (photographer)
May 24, 1972
13 13-33
View east of foot of Spring Street and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3721).Courtesy of Paul Dorpat.
circa 1910
13 13-34
View north of Railroad Avenue and Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3716).Courtesy of Paul Dorpat.
circa 1910 (?)
13 13-35
View southeast from the Smith Tower of the Burlington-Northern Depot on Fourth Avenue South
Leslie Hamilton (757) (photographer)
May 24, 1972
13 13-36
View of Mt. Rainier behind Seattle skyline
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (784).Caption: Seattle, Wash. -- The capital of King County, seat of State University, Site of Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. Population (1909) 300,000. Situated on Elliott Bay, an arm of Puget Sound, which has a shore line of two thousand miles, and is one of the greatest harbors in the world. Gateway to the Orient and home port of a large fleet of coastwise steamers.
circa 1909
13 13-37
View of a Seattle residence district, postcard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1182).From "Washington Illustrated."Caption: Seattle is fast becoming a city of beautiful homes. House building continues with little interruption during every month in hte year. Men and women now living have seen Seattle grow from its first log cabin to the present proud proportions. Nov. 13, 1901, was teh fiftieth anniversary of the evermemorable landing of the first white settlers at or near the present site of the city of Seattle.
1901
13 13-38
View up First Hill, cathedral
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (791).From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."
1906
13 13-39
View from Third Avenue and Spring Street, of National Bank of Commerce, Medical Arts Building, Bay Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (573) on June 16, 1975.
1907
13 13-40
View from the Space Needle, looking east at Denny Park Lutheran Church, John Street and Dexter Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (938) (photographer)
December 13,1968
13 13-41
View of Seattle Waterfront, looking west over city
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (229).
1916
13 13-42
View from Second Avenue southwest toward Elliott Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (822) on April 20, 1977.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL21691).
1915
13 13-43
View southeast from Kinnear Park
Leslie Hamilton (1137) (photographer)
August 1966
13 13-44
View toward waterfront at Alaska Steamship Company pier; Yesler Way, Pioneer Place
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1205).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL20069).
1950
13 13-45
View looking north from the Hodge Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (120).
1915
13 13-46
White-Henry-Stuart Building, U.S. Post Office, at Third Avenue and Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (161).
1915
13 13-47
View looking northeast from the Smith Tower, with St. James Cathedral, Ninth Avenue and Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (343) (photographer)
June 11, 1974
13 13-48
View southeast toward Beacon Hill, with Great Northern and Union Depots
Leslie Hamilton (154) (photographer)
October 7, 1974
13 13-49
View east at the location of the old Normandie Apartments, University Street and University Place at Ninth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (18-11) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
13 13-50
View east on University Street, stairs to Ninth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (18-12) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
13 13-51
View east at University Street stairs to Ninth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (18-18) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
13 13-52
View east at Ninth Avenue and University Street, bulkhead and part of walkway to Normandie Apartments
Leslie Hamilton (18-17) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
13 13-53
View west over Freeway Park, part of old walkway to Normandie Apartments
Leslie Hamilton (18-15) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
13 13-54
View west over Freeway Park from Ninth Avenue at University Street
Leslie Hamilton (511) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
13 13-55
View north from Ninth Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (4126) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
13 13-56
View west from Ninth Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (4127) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
13 13-57
View west from Ninth Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (4128) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
13 13-58
View north over water at Queen Anne Hill, Space Needle; north of Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (84-13) (photographer)
December 25, 1979
13 13-59
View north over waterfront north of Madison Street, with Space Needle in background
Leslie Hamilton (84-10) (photographer)
December 25, 1979
13 13-60
View northeast toward Lake Union from Smith Tower
Leslie Hamilton (3086) (photographer)
May 4, 1957
13 13-61
View of downtown, looking northwest from Twelth Street and South Judkins Street
Leslie Hamilton (3161) (photographer)
January 31, 1960
13 13-62
View of downtown, bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1758).Courtesy Seattle Public Library.
circa 1925
13 13-63
View of downtown, looking east from the Northern Life Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1765).Courtesy SPS "Argus".
December 15, 1928
13 13-64
Aerial view of downtown Seattle and surrounds
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1815B).Courtesy Seattle Public Library.Note: Seattle, metropolis of the State of Washington and the center of one of the greatest war producing area of the nation.
1944
13 13-65
Seattle, looking northeast over city
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1815A).Courtesy Seattle Public Library.
December 11, 1948
13 13-66
Pine Street, looking east from Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3934).
circa 1900
13 13-67
View northeast from Third Avenue and Stewart Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2511).
June 24, 1925
13 13-68
View northeast to Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3880).Courtesy Paul Dorpat.
circa 1913
13 13-69
View of downtown, waterfront, looking south from Bell Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1837).Courtesy Seattle Public Library.
1935
13 13-70
Downtown overlooking harbor
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1825).Courtesy Seattle Public Library.
circa 1900
13 13-71
View south from Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1196). In photo: First Methodist Protestant Church, built circa 1889-1890; demolished in 1907. Abbott House; Armory; Young Naturalist Building; University; Providence Hospital; Central School.
1890
13 13-72
View north toward King County Courthouse from Beacon Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (60).In photo: Academy of Holy Names, Providence Hospital, Central School, King County Courthouse
1910
13 13-73
View northwest from the Jackson regrade district
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (189).
undated
13 13-74
View north from around Pine Street before the second Denny Way regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2510).
1928
13 13-75
Aerial view of Piers 90 and 91
Leslie Hamilton (2453) (photographer)
September 29, 1978
13 13-76
View of downtown, Space Needle from Kerry Park on Queen Anne Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2465).Courtesy the Seattle Times
April 5, 1981
13 13-77
View west on Spokane Street from Interstate 5 freeway, above Airport Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1072).
1975
13 13-78
View of Denny regrade area, looking south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3010).From the Seattle Times, January 28, 1973
circa 1973
13 13-79
John H. McGraw statue in Times Square, Westlake Avenue and Stewart Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2995).
June 9, 1957
13 13-80
Chief Seattle fountain in Pioneer Square
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3000).
September 20, 1957
13 13-81
View east of Mercer Island Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3104).
February 16, 1958
13 13-82
Shilshole Bay, entrance to locks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2981).
1957
13 13-83
Shilshole Bay Marina
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2980).
August 19, 1957
13 13-84
Evergreen Point Floating Bridge, view east from Olin Place
Leslie Hamilton (3106) (photographer)
July 8, 1962
13 13-85
Evergreen Point Floating Bridge, view east from Olin Place
Leslie Hamilton (3105) (photographer)
July 8, 1962
13 13-86
View of Queen Anne Hill from Pine Street between Minor Avenue and Melrose Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (44-1) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-87
View of Queen Anne Hill from Pine Street between Minor and Melrose avenues
Leslie Hamilton (44-2) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-88
View northwest from Melrose Avenue south of Thomas Street
Leslie Hamilton (44-4) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-89
View west from Milrose Avenue and Denny Way
Leslie Hamilton (44-6) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-90
View west from Melrose Avenue and Denny Way
Leslie Hamilton (44-7) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-91
View west from Milrose Avenue and Denny Way
Leslie Hamilton (44-8) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-92
View northwest from Melrose Avenue and Approximately Thomas Street
Leslie Hamilton (44-11) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-93
View northwest from approximately Thomas Street and Melrose Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (44-12) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-94
View northwest from Melrose Avenue and Approximately Thomas Street
Leslie Hamilton (44-15) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-95
View northwest from around Thomas Street and Melrose Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (44-16) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-96
View northwest from Melrose Avenue near Republican Street
Leslie Hamilton (44-17) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-97
View west from Melrose Avenue near Mercer Street
Leslie Hamilton (44-19) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
Box/Folder
13 13-98
Melrose Avenue around Harrison Street, looking west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (44-18).
September 15, 1978
Album
13 13-99
View north on Fairview Avneue North from Harrison Street
Leslie Hamilton (44-20) (photographer)
September 15, 1978
13 13-100
View of the east side of Queen Anne Hill from Gas Plant Park
Leslie Hamilton (45-8) (photographer)
September 16, 1978
13 13-101
East side of Queen Anne Hill from Gas Plant Park
Leslie Hamilton (45-9) (photographer)
September 16, 1978
13 13-102
East side of Queen Anne Hill from Glas Plant Park
Leslie Hamilton (45-10) (photographer)
September 16, 1978
13 13-103
East side of Queen Anne Hill from Gas Plant Park
Leslie Hamilton (45-11) (photographer)
September 16, 1978
13 13-104
East side of Queen Anne Hill from Gas Plant Park
Leslie Hamilton (45-13) (photographer)
September 16, 1978
13 13-105
East side of Queen Anne Hill from Gas Plant Park, Aurora Bridge
Leslie Hamilton (45-11) (photographer)
September 16, 1978
13 13-106
View east over Lake Union from Bhy Kracke Park
Leslie Hamilton (62-19) (photographer)
February 27, 1979
13 13-107
View east at the south end of Lake Union from Bhy Kracke Park
Leslie Hamilton (62-21) (photographer)
February 27, 1979
13 13-108
View south from Warren Avenue North and Prospect Street
Leslie Hamilton (69-27) (photographer)
March 24, 1979
13 13-109
View southeast over South Lake Union area from Bhy Kracke Park
Leslie Hamilton (63-1) (photographer)
February 27, 1979
13 13-110
View southeast from Bhy Kracke Park
Leslie Hamilton (63-2) (photographer)
February 27, 1979
13 13-111
View south at Space Needle from Bhy Kracke Park
Leslie Hamilton (63-4) (photographer)
February 27, 1979
13 13-112
View south toward downtown from Bhy Kracke Park
Leslie Hamilton (63-3) (photographer)
February 27, 1979
13 13-113
View north from Beacon Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3985).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
undated
13 13-114
View north from Beacon Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3993).Courtesy Paul Dorpat.
February 27, 1979
13 13-115
View north of downtown from Beacon Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3986).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1980s
13 13-116
View of Queen Anne Hill from Boren Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (387) (photographer)
1974
13 13-117
View overlooking Ballard Bridge and Fisherman's Terminal, from 26th Avenue West and West Dravis Street
Leslie Hamilton (338-B) (photographer)
April 24, 1974
13 13-118
View of Queen Anne Hill from Boren Avenue and Pine Street
Leslie Hamilton (386) (photographer)
1974
13 13-119
View of Stetson and Post Mill, on Commercial Street at Weller Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (174).Mill was built 1882, burned in 1889.
circa 1882-1889
13 13-120
View east of Montlake Isthmus
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4147).Courtesy P. Dorpat.From the Seattle Times "Now and Then," August 8, 1982.
1982
13 13-121
View south from Gas Works Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2849).From the Seattle Times.
November 4, 1981
13 13-122
View northwest from above Space Needle at Seattle Center
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-17).In photo: Queen Anne Hill, Bayview Manor, Piers 90-91, Magnolia Bluff and Garfield Street Bridge.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL21294).
circa 1965
13 13-123
View north from 12th Avenue South and South Judkins Street
Leslie Hamilton (2459) (photographer)
February 19, 1967
13 13-124
View north from 12th Avenue South and South Judkins Street
Leslie Hamilton (2460) (photographer)
February 19, 1967
13 13-125
View northwest from 12th Avenue South and South Judkins Street
Leslie Hamilton (2461) (photographer)
February 19, 1967
13 13-126
View north from 12th Avenue South and South Judkins Street
Leslie Hamilton (2461) (photographer)
February 19, 1967
13 13-127
view west from 12th Avenue South between South Judkins Street and Charles Street
Leslie Hamilton (2404) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-128
View northwest from 12th Avenue South between South Judkins Street and Charles Street
Leslie Hamilton (2409) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-129
View west at Kingdome from 12th Avenue South at South Judkins Street
Leslie Hamilton (2421) (photographer)
February 27, 1979
13 13-130
View southwest from 12th Avenue South between South Judkins Street and Charles Street
Leslie Hamilton (2412) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-131
View northwest from 12th Street South between South Judkins Street and Charles Street
Leslie Hamilton (2403) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-132
View north toward downtown from 12th Avenue South between South Judkins Street and Charles Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2406).University of Washington negative #2125.
March 19, 1981
13 13-133
View northeast from 12th Avenue South and South Judkins Street
Leslie Hamilton (2463) (photographer)
February 19, 1967
13 13-134
View north from 12th Avenue South between South Judkins Street and Charles Street
Leslie Hamilton (2411) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-135
View north from 12th Avenue South between South Judkins Street and Charles Street
Leslie Hamilton (2417) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-136
View north from 12th Avenue South between South Judkins Street and Charles Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2416).University of Washington negative #10570.
March 19, 1981
13 13-137
View north from 12th Avenue South and South Judkins Street
Leslie Hamilton (2415) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-138
View northeast from 12th Avenue South between South Judkins Street and Charles Street
Leslie Hamilton (2420) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-139
View northeast from 12th Avenue South between South Judkins Street and Charles Street
Leslie Hamilton (2418) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-140
View northeast from 12th Avenue South between South Judkins Street and Charles Street
Leslie Hamilton (2419) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-141
View northfrom 12th Avenue South at South Judkins Street
Leslie Hamilton (2423) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-142
View north from 12th Avenue South and South Judkins Street
Leslie Hamilton (2426) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-143
View west from 12th Avenue South and South Judkins Street
Leslie Hamilton (2425) (photographer)
March 19, 1981
13 13-144
Aerial view north toward downtown Seattle, Kingdome
Leslie Hamilton (81-17) (photographer)
From "Seattle Then & Now."
1970s
13 13-145
View from First Hill of Providence Hospital, Denny Hotel, Seattle High School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (89-15).From "Seattle Then & Now."
1889
13 13-146
View from First Hill, looking north at downtown
Leslie Hamilton (89-16) (photographer)
From "Seattle Then & Now."
circa 1975
13 13-147
View down on northeast corner of Second Avenue and Stewart Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-4).From "Seattle Then & Now."
circa 1970
13 13-148
View down on downtown and Elliott Bay, looking southeast, from somewhere near top of Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-14).
circa 1970
13 13-149
View of Elliott Bay, looking south from Kerry Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3163).
may 22, 1955
13 13-150
Horses drawing Pacific Coast Syrup Co. wagon; company located on corner of Atlantic Street and Utah Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3952).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1904
13 13-151
Postcard depicting ships at the Seattle harbor
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-0)
1868
13 13-152
Alki Point and Lighthouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-6).Courtesy Seattle Public Library: Seattle Discovered.
circa 1978
13 13-153
Kingdome, view west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4011).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1980s
Volume 14: Views of downtown Seattle
Various views of downtown Seattle.
1864, 1878, 1891, 1894, 1900, 1904, 1913, 1920s, 1930s,1960s, 1970s, early 1980s
Album item
14 14-1-14-2
Aerial view of downtown Seattle, looking northwest
Roy Scully (Photographer)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4197 (2)).Courtesy the Seattle Times.
circa 1983
14 14-3
Aerial view of downtown Seattle, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4008).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1980s
14 14-4
View of Second Avenue looking north from Columbia Street, taken from Hoge Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-0) on November 27, 1979.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL15275).
1913
14 14-5-14-6
Aerial view looking southeast from Denny Hill (5); view east from Denny Hill (6)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1502).
1904
14 14-7-14-8
View southwest from Denny Hotel (7); view south down Third Avenue from Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1502).
1904
14 14-9
View west toward West Seattle from Third Avenue and Stewart Street from Second Avenue and Stewart, Denny Hotel veranda
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1502).Courtesy Webster & Stevenson.
1970s
14 14-10
View east from Bhy Kracke Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (390), two copies.
March 1975
14 14-11
View of downtown from Queen Anne
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (475).
circa 1974
14 14-12
View south from Kerry Park Viewpoint
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (475).
1974
14 14-13
View southeast from Bhy Kracke Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (391).
March 1975
14 14-14
View southeast from Bhy Kracke Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (391).
March 1975
14 14-15
View northwest from south end of Aurora Bridge on Queen Anne Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (478).In photo: Fremont Bridge, Ballard Bridge
April 1975
14 14-16
Queen Anne Hill and south end of Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (437).
December 22, 1973
14 14-17
Aerial view east from airplane across George Washington Memorial (Aurora Bridge) to Capitol Hill; Fremont Bridge in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (399).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL20061).
circa 1940s
14 14-18
Aerial view of downtown Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1752).Courtesy Seattlel Public Library.Courtesy Seattle Grade Club Magazine, July 1927.
circa 1924
14 14-19
Aerial view of downtown Seattle, business district, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1750).Courtesy SPS.
circa 1925
14 14-20
View of downtown Seattle, looking south from Northern Life Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1751).Courtesy of SPS "Argus," December 15, 1928
circa 1928
14 14-21
View north on Westlake Avenue to Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1755).Courtesy SPS "Argus," December 10, 1927.
Crica 1927
14 14-22
Aerial view of viaduct, downtown Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2464).Courtesy the Seattle Times.
January 4, 1981
14 14-23
Aerial view looking north of downtown Seattle, viaduct
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2464).Courtesy the Seattle Times.
Januray 4, 1981
14 14-24
Aerial view looking west at Portage Bay, Montlake Canal near University of Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1646).Courtesy Larry Hoffman.
undated
14 14-25
View north from Exchange Building of downtown Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3857).In photo: Northern Life Tower, Washington Building, Federal Courthouse, Olympic Naitonal Building.Courtesy the Seattle Times.
1961
14 14-26
View of downtown Seattle from the Washington Athletic Club, looking west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3860).Courtesy the Seattle Times, December 10, 1961.
1961
14 14-27
View of downtown from the Washington Athletic Club, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3861).Courtesy the Seattle Times, December 10, 1961.
1961
14 14-28
View across bay toward Queen Anne, Magnolia (?)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (84-16).
December 25, 1979
14 14-29
View north of Grant Street Bridge from Beacon Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (58) on April 20, 1977.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22783).
circa 1900
14 14-30
View north from Beacon Hill toward Grant Street Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (58) on April 20, 1977.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22783).
circa 1900s
14 14-31
View from Denny Hill, looking southwest, with First Avenue, the Bay Building, Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (83).
1891
14 14-32
View of Yesler Way and Jefferson Street, looking southeast; King County courthouse in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (531).
circa 1894
14 14-33
View of waterfront, looking northwest from Elliott Avenue and Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (111).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL7308).
1878
14 14-34
First picture taken of Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (160).Caption: First Picture of Seattle, taken in 1864. This gives a clear idea of how the village looked twelve years after its founding. The street in the foreground is First Avenue South. Note the the original University away off in the woods. Toward the right, the large building with the flagpole is the famous Occidental Hotel.
1864
14 14-35
View north over downtown Seattle from Smith Tower; Central Building, Rainier Club, Methodist Episcopal Church
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4156).Courtesy the Seattle Times "Now and Then," January 2, 1983
1982
14 14-36
View east of Montlake Isthmus
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4149).Courtesy the Seattle Times "Now and Then," August 8, 1982.
circa 1900s
14 14-37
View of Denny regrade after completion
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2547).
1932
14 14-38
Denny regrade (3 items)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2530).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
April 16, 1928; September 12, 1931; February 2, 1964
14 14-39
Denny regrade (Two items)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2530).
April 16, 1928; September 12, 1931
14 14-40
Northwest view from Boren Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (4117) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
14 14-41
View northwest from Boren Avenue at Pike Street, with Space Needle
May 4, 1983
14 14-42
View north from Boren Avenue at Pike Street, with Queen Anne Hill in background
Leslie Hamilton (4119) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
14 14-43
Northwest corner of Boren Avenue and Pike Street, with columns from old Plymouth Congregational Church, at Sixth Avenue and University Street
Leslie Hamilton (4120) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
14 14-44
Northweest corner of Boren Avenue and Pike Street; pillars from Congregational Church
Leslie Hamilton (4121) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
14 14-45
View west down Pike Street and Terry Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (4122) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
14 14-46
View south down Pike Street between Terry Avenue and Eighth Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (4123) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
14 14-47
View south down Pike Street between Ninth and Eighth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (4124) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
14 14-48
View north at Eighth Avenue and Seneca Street, Exeter Apartments
Leslie Hamilton (4130) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
14 14-49
View north at Eight Avenue and Union Street, Eagles Auditorium
Leslie Hamilton (4131) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
14 14-50
View north over Eighth Avenue overpass near Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (4132) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
14 14-51
View east from Eighth Avenue between Union and University streets, Cambridge Apartments
Leslie Hamilton (4133) (photographer)
May 4, 1983
14 14-52
View north toward Portage Bay from north end of Capitol Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4158).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
undated
14 14-53
View east from Smith TOwer at Old Public Safety Building, Terrace Street, Yesler Way
Leslie Hamilton (351-3) (photographer)
June 11, 1974
14 14-54
View east on Jackson Street, with Academy of Holy Names
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1356) on June 11, 1974.
circa 1900
14 14-55
View southwest froom Broadway at Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (509).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22940).
circa 1925
14 14-56
Gold bricks at Seattle Assay Office
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1100) in April 1977.
May 4, 1983
Volume 15: Waterfront #1
Album
15
Early views of waterfront, including Yesler's wharf, coal bunkers, docks and piers, and Railroad Avenue
1876-1919, 1930s, 1949, 1950s, 1970s, early 1980s
item
15 15-1
Men unloading freight
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2843).Courtesy of Mohai.
July 1906
15 15-2
Puget Sound Traffic control committee list
Copied by Leslie Hamilton.
February 11, 1978
15 15-3
West view of waterfront from Western Avenue and Columbia Street, abandoned bark "Windward"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (196) on May 25, 1975.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22853).
undated
15 15-4
View of First Avenue and Cherry Street, toward Elliott Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4204).Courtesy the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," December 12, 1982.Caption: This contemporary view shows hte extent of the "made land" that extends out into Elliott Bay.
circa 1982
15 15-5
View of waterfront, north from Cherry Street; Pike Street Coal Dock
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3926).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
1877
15 15-6
Docks at the foot of Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1108).
circa 1880
15 15-7
Filling the tidelands of Elliott Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1119) on April 19, 1977.
July 1906
15 15-8
Waterfront, looking north from Washington Street/Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1216).Caption: Right: Ocean dock. Center: Yesler dock. Left Center: Glory of the Seassailing ship. Center: above Yesler's dock -- rear of skaing rink, Second between Spring and Seneca. Right: YMCA foot of Spring Street. Right Horizon: Providence Hospital
1887
15 15-9
Waterfront, looking northwest from about Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (111).
1878
15 15-10
View east at waterfront, downtown Seattle Pike Street to Spring and Madison streets
Leslie Hamilton (3377) (photographer)
April 7, 1982
15 15-11
View at waterfront,downtown Seattle Seneca Street to Spring Street, Yesler Way
Leslie Hamilton (3378) (photographer)
April 7, 1982
15 15-12
Downtown skyline from ferry
Leslie Hamilton (602B) (photographer)
June 23, 1975
15 15-13
View east at Madison Street and Viaduct from ferry
Leslie Hamilton (3364) (photographer)
March 23, 1982
15 15-14
View of boat "The Steamer Beaver"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (291).
1851-1860
15 15-15
Ship in harbor; carried mail until appearance of North Pacific
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (214).
1859
15 15-16
Yesler's wharf, Horton's wharf at foot of Mill Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (215).Caption: Crawford & Harrington wharf; Dakota steamer; San Francisco-Seattle run 1876. J.B. Libby built 1863, wrecked 1889.
1880
15 15-17
Steamer George E. Starr under construction in Yesler's Wharf
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (302).
1879
15 15-18
Yesler's Wharf, at foot of Mill Street. Replaced earlier wharf built in 1879. Destroyed by fire in 1889.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (105).
undated
15 15-19
Yesler's Wharf, at foot of mill street. Replaced earlier wharf built in 1886. Destroyed by fire in 1889. Colman dock foot of Marion Street, rebuilt in 1886
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (195).
undated
15 15-20
Waterfront in 1878; wharves at foot of King And Weller streets. Academy of Holy Names at center
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (197).Seattle Public Library (SPL22770).
1878
15 15-21
Columbia and Puget Sound Railroad; Academy of Holy Names shown; Beacon Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (77).
1880
15 15-22
Waterfront, with ships in Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (138).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL13747).
1885
15 15-23
View north from coal bunker at Pier A in waterfront
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (145).
1895
15 15-24
Seattle waterfront, looking north at ship in harbor
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (525).
circa 1898-1890
15 15-25
Pier "B", at foot of Jackson Street, taken from coal bunker; waterfront
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (947).Courtesy Port of Seattle.
1891
15 15-26
Waterfront at foot of Spring and Madison streets, Pier #3
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3833).
undated
15 15-27
View of docks, ships in harbor
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (74-0).
circa 1891
15 15-28
Waterfront, between Madison and Columbia streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (545) .In photo: Budlong's Boathouse; Frye's Opera House; Stetson and Post Row; M.V. B. Stacy house; Golden Rule Bazaar; Plymouth ch.; Y.M.C.A.
1887
15 15-29
Coal bunkers of Oregon Improvement Company; King Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (738).Seattle Public Library (SPL5190).
1859
15 15-30
Hoge Building, Central School, Alaska Building, Smith Tower from waterfront
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3804).Courtesy "Duffy" collection.
1913
15 15-31
View east from Elliott Bay across water
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (65).
1900
15 15-32
View from Elliott Bay looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (64).
1900
15 15-33
Newspaper clipping: "Port of Seattle history;" Alaskan gold rush
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1061).
1898
15 15-34
Alaska "gold ship" arrival
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (998).Caption: "... an exciting occasion... an Alaska "gold ship" arrival..."
undated
15 15-35
View east at Yesler Way over harbor
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3916).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
1890
15 15-36
Coal bunkers in harbor
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (P-26).Courtesy Washington Illustrated.Caption: Seattle is located in the geographical centre of the Puget Sound country, and is entered -- as their practical terminus -- by three trans-continental railroads -- the Great Northern, the Northern Pacific and the Canadian Pacific.
1901
15 15-37
Postcard depicting the waterfront
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1574).Courtesy Alice Drew.From 1902 "Metropolitan Seattle."
1903
15 15-38
Postcard depicting Seattle wharves and ships
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1573).Courtesy Alice Drew.From 1902 "Metropolitan Seattle."
1893
15 15-39
White ship City of Seattle in Seattle harbor; President Harrison aboard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3933).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
May 6, 1891
15 15-40
The Fairhaven ferry; sailed between Seattle and LaConner
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (758).
undated
15 15-41
The Fairhaven ferry; sailed between Seattle and LaConner
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (980).
1859
15 15-42
Schonner Wawona's 80th birthday honored in Kirkland; newspaper clipping
Copied by Leslie Hamilton.
September 1977
15 15-43
Pier 9, the Gaffney Dock and Pier 10, the Virginia Street Dock; later known as Piers 60 and 61; Razed in March 1975
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1286).
circa 1919
15 15-44
Ship Ship of Commerce in harbor
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (P-24).Copied from Washington Illustrated1901.
1901
15 15-45
Elliott Bay, aerial view
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1125).
1902
15 15-46
East toward Belltown over bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1232).
undated
15 15-47
Colman Dock, ship with load of canvas; Pacific tugboats
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (73-14).
circa 1900
15 15-48
Railroad avenue circa 1920; Pier 3
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1252).
1920
15 15-49
Jackson and Washington Street, piers
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1092).Seattle Public Library (SPL5169).
undated
15 15-50
Seine Fishers on Puget Sound
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1206).
circa 1909
15 15-51
Gillnetter waiting the turn of the tide
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1204).
circa 1909
15 15-52
Boats on the waterfront, looking south from Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1091).Seattle Public Library (SPL12263).
circa 1907
15 15-53
Steamers; Mont Icello, Pietra, and Comax at the Grant Trunk Pacific Dock at the foot of Marion Street (built 1910 and destroyed by fire June 30, 1914) and steamers H.B. Kennedy and Utopia at the Colman dock (built 1908, remodelled 1935)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1090).
undated
15 15-54
Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe at Pier 51, on Alaskan Way and Yesler
Leslie Hamilton (1808) (photographer)
April 23, 1980
15 15-55
People in front of the Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe at Pier 51, on Alaskan Way and Yesler
Leslie Hamilton (1807) (photographer)
April 23, 1980
15 15-56
Alki Point lighthouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1053A).Photo courtesy of Lucille's Photos.
circa 1920
15 15-57
Steamboat: "The Hyak"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1869).Courtesy of Jim Hamilton.
undated
15 15-58
The "S.S. Nothwestern" sailing from Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1258).Photo courtesy Joe Williamson.Courtesy of the Maritime Historical Society.
undated
15 15-59
Galbraith, Bacon and Company Dock at Wall Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (227).
circa 1914
15 15-60
Canadian Pacific Steamship Company on Pier 1 at the foot of Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (150).
circa 1915
15 15-61
Steamships and Pier 2, looking east on the Seattle waterfront
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (148).
circa 1915
15 15-62
"The Acorn" (built 1924, 65 feet) from the Oak Harbor Utsalady Ferry
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1288).
undated
15 15-63
Steamer "Minnesota" lying at the dock in Smith's Cove
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (113).
circa 1914
15 15-64
Ships and piers on the Seattle waterfront, looking East
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3764).
undated
15 15-65
Fisher Flouring Mill with fishing boats in the foreground on the waterfront, looking North from the Spokane Street Viaduct
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (324).Seattle Public Library (SPL20068).
circa 1949
15 15-66
American Can Company on Alaskan Way and Cedar Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1078).Seattle Public Library (14558).
circa 1925
15 15-67
Pacific tugboats towing the "Harry Lundberg" up the Duwamish River
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (73-13).
undated
15 15-68
Pier 4 (later Pier 65) and steamship at the foot of Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1108).
undated
15 15-69
Schooner "Wawona" (built 1897, 165 feet)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1284).Courtesy of Marine Digest September 1977.
15 15-70
Typical waterfront trucks in front of the Great Northern Passenger Depot on King Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1253).Photo courtesy Horace Raphael.Courtesy of Maritime Historical Society, September 1977.The first three trucks are Northwest and the last is an Indiana. The men in the photograph are identified, left to right, as: Walt Pryne, Jack Fortune, George McLaughlin, Bill Williams, and George Clator.
undated
15 15-71
Men and a small boy in front of rapid transit truck owned by the Must Transfer Company
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1250).Courtesy of Maritime Historical Society, see September 1977 for the story.Men in the picture are Charlie Maust and Gaylord Maust on left. The small boy is Harold Maust.
circa 1920
15 15-72
Steamship on Elliott Bay, looking southeast over the waterfront and the city
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (568).Seattle Public Library (SPL20047).
circa 1950
15 15-73
Aerial view of the Alaskan Way viaduct on the Seattle waterfront
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (653).Seattle Public Library (SPL20786).
circa 1952
15 15-74
Aerial view of the Alaskan Way viaduct, looking northeast over the waterfront toward the business district
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (565).Seattle Public Library (SPL21635).
circa 1956
15 15-75
Aerial view of the Alaskan Way viaduct, looking southwest over the waterfront and business district to the Cascades
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (569).Seattle Public Library (SPL21634).
circa 1956
15 15-76
Ainsworth & Dunn Wharf/Pier 70 at the foot of Broad Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (962)."Ainsworth & Dunn/Pier 70 1889: Seattle's first non-Indian retail fish market was opened right after the Seattle fire in 1889 by Elton E. Ainsworth and Arthur G. Dunn -- the two young men from New York State who started the business in a little shack at the foot of Pike St., with only $200 capital but considerably more ambition. Over the years that ambition took the partners down many different roads but they all ended up along the waterfront. A wholesale fish business (they were the first to send iced salmon and halibut to eastern markets). Salmon canning at Pier 8 (now Pier 59) which the two men themselves built. In 1901, Ainsworth & Dunn built another new wharf at the foot of Broad St. (today it's Pier 70) and a brick warehouse across the street (today's "Old Spagetti Factory"). Pier 14 (as Pier 70 was known then) was alternately a marine terminal, a State Liquor Board warehouse and a U.S. Coast Guard base -- and the warehouse became a soya bean flour mill. The partners are deceased but their descendents still own and operate Pier 70 and the warehouse." Taken from Seattle BusinessAugust 9, 1976.
circa 1889
15 15-77
Ship in front of the Oregon Improvement Company/Pier 49 on the Seattle waterfront at the foot of Washington and North streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1589).Courtesy of Marianne McDonald.
June 6, 1891
15 15-78
Oregon Improvement Company machinist shop on Jackson and Washington Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (505).Seattle Public Library (SPL5202).
undated
15 15-79
Harbor Island
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1947).University of Washington (UW20942).
circa 1911
15 15-80
Spokane Street trestles, looking from Beacon Hill over the water toward West Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1435 and 3805).Courtesy of Paul Dorpat."'Hey brudda, which way I go?' Looking somewhat like a Chinese puzzle, the Seattle waterfront tideflat was a maze of rail trestles and deadent roads in the early days. Much of the area here has since been filled in. The factory at the center of the photo is the Seattle Box Company. The West Seattle area is in the background".
circa 1900
15 15-81
Aerial view of the Shilshole Marina with Seaview Avenue in the foreground
Leslie Hamilton (1199) (photographer)
undated
15 15-82
Seattle waterfront from Union to Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1699).Courtesy of Joe D. Williamson from the Marine Photo Shop.
circa 1910
15 15-83
Man looking in the window of the Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe at the foot of Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1233).Seattle Public Library (SPL20011).
circa 1949
15 15-84
Battleships in Elliott Bay with the city in the background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3732).
circa 1930's
15 15-85
Cruise ship The Kalakala
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1868).Courtesy of Jim Hamilton.
undated
15 15-86
Launching the battleship Nebraska at the Moran Shipyard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3737).Courtesy of Paul Dorpat.Original copyright 1904 by Asahel Curtis.
circa 1904
15 15-87
"Sailing Day" in front of the Alaska Steamship Company/Pier 2
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3768).Courtesy of Paul Dorpat
circa 1910
15 15-88-15-89
Pier 50 with a Polynesian restaraunt in the foreground, taken from a ferry looking southeast
Leslie Hamilton (2491-2490) (photographer)
May 10, 1981
15 15-90
Harbor Island with West Seattle in the background, looking south from the ferry
Leslie Hamilton (2493) (photographer)
May 10, 1981
15 15-91
Entrance to the Duwamish River with Harbor Island at right, looking south from the ferry
Leslie Hamilton (2492) (photographer)
May 10, 1981
15 15-92-15-93
The "Kittitas" ferry at Mukilteo, Washington
Leslie Hamilton (2487-2486) (photographer)
May 26, 1981
15 15-94
The "Kitsap" ferry at Edmonds, Washington
Leslie Hamilton (2489) (photographer)
April 26, 1981
15 15-95
The "Olympic" Ferry at Edmonds, Washington
Leslie Hamilton (2488) (photographer)
April 26, 1981
15 15-96-15-97
Marine Power and Equipment Compnay dock after the completion of the ferry "Cathalmet" on the Duwamish River
Leslie Hamilton (2483-2484) (photographer)
April 26, 1981
15 15-98
The ferry "Cathalmet" after it's completion in front of the Marine Power and Equipment Company dock on the Duwamish River
Leslie Hamilton (2485)
April 26, 1981
15 15-99
Side view of the ferry "Cathalmet" and the Marine Power and Equipment Company dock on the Duwamish River
Leslie Hamilton (2482)
April 26, 1981
15 15-100
Space Needle, looking east from a ferry
Leslie Hamilton (3241) (photographer)
February 27, 1982
15 15-101
South slope of Queen Anne, view from ferry
Leslie Hamilton (3240) (photographer)
February 27, 1982
15 15-102
Southwest Queen Anne Hill, view from ferry
Leslie Hamilton (photographer)
February 27, 1982
15 15-103
Trucks on Pier 51
Leslie Hamilton (3233) (photographer)
January 28, 1982
15 15-104
Side view of Pier 51 at the foot of Yesler Way
Leslie Hamilton (3232) (photographer)
January 28, 1982
15 15-105
Junk and scrap metal at the former site of Polynesian restaurant on Pier 51
February 27, 1982
15 15-106-15-107
Ferry terminal at the foot of Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (2730-2729) (photographer)
September 14, 1981
Volume 16: Waterfront #2
Views of the waterfront and Alaskan Way from Columbia to Bay Street from the 1950s to the early 1980s. Includes views from the Space Needle and the Smith Tower, and pictures of Pier 44; Pier 48 (Alaska Transportation Co.); Piers 50, 51, and 52 (ferry terminals); Pier 59; Pier 60; Pier 64 (Princess Margarite); Pier 67 (the Edgewater Inn); Pier 70; Pier 86 (Cargill Co. elevators); the Seattle Aquarium under construction in 1976; Maritime Week activities in 1977; Washington State Ferry Terminal at Marion Street; temporary ferry terminal in 1977; east waterway; Spokane Street Bridge; Ye Olde Curiosity Shop; Hooverville (1939); Skinner & Eddy Shipyard in 1918; and Elliott Bay in 1900. Images of ships include the ferry Walla Walla, ferry Kalakala (1960), President Pierce, Skagit Chief, and the S.S. Minnesota.
1950s-1980s
Album item
16 16-1
Aerial view of the waterfront looking north towards the Business District and Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (566).Seattle Public Library (SPL22987).
circa 1968
16 16-2
List of redesignations of the Seattle central waterfront piers
Taken from Marine Digest February 11, 1978. Reprint from January 27, 1945.
circa 1978
16 16-3
Alaskan Way, looking north from the Lenora Street pedestrian overpass
Leslie Hamilton (360) (photographer)
October 7, 1974
16 16-4
Alaskan Way, looking south from the Lenora Street pedestrian overpass
Leslie Hamilton (359) (photographer)
October 7, 1974
Box/Folder
16 16-5
Pier 44, looking west from Smith Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (342).
June 11, 1974
16 16-6
Pier 48 at the foot of Main Street, looking west from Smith Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (347).
June 11, 1974
Album
16 16-7
Aerial view of Pier 51 and Pier 52, looking west from Smith Tower. Polynesian restaurant at left
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (350-5).
June 11, 1974
16 16-8
Aerial view of Pier 50 and Pier 51, looking west from Smith Tower. Polynesian restaurant at right
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (350).
June 11, 1974
16 16-9
Seattle Ferry Terminal and Ye Olde Curiosity Shop at the foot of Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (11-10).
August 1959
16 16-10
Alaskan Way, looking north from the Marion Street pedestrian overpass
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (512).
October 7, 1974
16 16-11
Aerial view of Alaskan Way Viaduct and Alaskan Way running along the piers, looking northwest from Smith Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (339A).
June 11, 1974
16 16-12
Ship Princess Margarite at Pier 64
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (600A).
June 23, 1975
16 16-13
The Seattle-Winslow ferry "Walla Walla"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (542).
June 11, 1975
16 16-14
Downtown Seattle skyline, view from the ferry
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (599).
June 23, 1975
16 16-15
Alaskan Way and Broad Street with Queen Anne Hill on the horizon, looking north from Pier 70
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (38-6)
July 20, 1978
16 16-16
Ship Princess Margariteleaving Pier 64
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (541).
June 11, 1975
16 16-17
American Can Company, view from Alaskan Way at Vine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (A-0).
April 11, 1976
Box/Folder
16 16-18
American Can Company, view from Elliott Avenue at Vine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (A-14).
April 11, 1976
16 16-19
American Can Company Dock, south side of Elliott Avenue and Vine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (D-21).
April 1976
16 16-20
American Can Company building, Elliott Avenue at Clay Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (A-12).
April 1976
16 16-21
American Can Company Dock, north side and end
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (A-18).
April 11, 1976
16 16-22
Pier 70, south side
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (D-22).
April 1976
16 16-23
Pier 67, Edgewater Inn, Alaskan Way and Wall Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (D-24).
April 1976
16 16-24
Pier 60
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (D-35).
April 1976
16 16-25
Pier 59, north side
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (D-31).
April 1976
16 16-26
Pier 59, south side
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (D-26).
April 1976
16 16-27
Waterfront Park, Pier 57, south end
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (D-27).
April 1976
16 16-28
Aquarium under construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (D-36).
April 1976
16 16-29
Pier 70 and the Old Spaghetti Factory, looking west on Clay Street, Elliott Street in the foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (465-11).
October 1976
16 16-30
Buildings on Alaskan Way between Bay and Broad Streets, looking northeast
October 1976
16 16-31
Alaskan Way and Broad Street, Myrtle Edwards Park at water's edge beyond the Union Oil Pier, Magnolia bluff at left and Queen Anne Hill at right on the horizion, looking north from Pier 70
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (38-5).
July 20, 1978
16 16-32
Alaskan Way and Broad Street, looking north from Pier 70
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (38-4).
July 20, 1978
16 16-33
Broad Street, looking east from Alaskan Way/ Pier 70
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (38-0).
July 20, 1978
16 16-34
Old Spaghetti Factory on Broad Street, looking east from Alaskan Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (461-2).
October 1976
16 16-35
Old Spaghetti Factory, southwest corner of Elliott Avenue and Broad Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (465-8).
October 1976
16 16-36
Old Spaghetti Factory on Broad Street, looking east from Alaskan Way/Pier 70
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (38-1).
July 20, 1978
16 16-37
Washington State Ferry Terminal and Pier
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (H).
December 1976
16 16-38
Old Ballard Pier at the foot of Twenty-fourth Avenue Northwest, looking south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (I-12).
January 1977
16 16-39
Old Ballard Pier at the foot of Twenty-fourth Avenue Northwest, looking south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (I).
January 1977
16 16-40
Old Ballard Pier at the foot of Twenty-fourth Avenue Northwest
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (I).
January 1977
16 16-41
Alaskan Way and Clay Street, looking east at the Space Needle
Leslie Hamilton (2651) (photographer)
July 30, 1981
16 16-42
Alaskan Way between Clay and Broad Streets, looking east at the Old Spaghetti Factory
Leslie Hamilton (2650) (photographer)
July 30, 1981
16 16-43
Mass of Tug Boats against the backdrop of Queen Anne Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (766).Copied from the Queen Anne News
February 9, 1977
16 16-44
Maritime Week, boat "Olympia" at Pier 70, looking toward Alaskan Way at Broad Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-22A).
May, 22, 1977
16 16-45
Boats " Mary D. Hume" and "Lady Jane" at Pier 70 during Maritime Week
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-10A).
May 22, 1977
16 16-46
Edgewater Hotel, Pier 67, Queen Anne High School in background at left, Space Needle in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-14A).
May 22, 1977
16 16-47
Old Tugboat Race, Maritime Week
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-32A).
May 22, 1977
16 16-48
Old Tugboat Race, Maritime Week
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-31A).
May 22, 1977
16 16-49
Old Tugboat Race, Maritime Week, looking toward downtown Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-29).
May 22, 1977
16 16-50
Old Tugboat Race, Maritime Week, looking toward downtown Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-28A).
May 22, 1977
16 16-51
Old Tugboat Race, Maritime Week, looking toward the Waterfront Park between Pier 58 and 59
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-36).
May 22, 1977
16 16-52
Old Tugboat Race, Maritime Week
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-33A).
May 22, 1977
16 16-53
Waterfront Park, Maritime Week
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-12A).
May 22, 1977
16 16-54
Maritime Week, Pier 58 at right
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-0).
May 22, 1977
16 16-55
Old Tugboat Race, Maritime Week
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-27A).
May 22, 1977
16 16-56
Fireboat "Alki", Maritime Week, Queen Anne Hill in the background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-7A).
May 22, 1977
16 16-57
Fireboat "Alki", Maritime Week
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-5A).
May, 22, 1977
16 16-58
Myrtle Edwards Park, Maritime Week, dedication of light to those lost at sea
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-21).
May 22, 1977
16 16-59
Myrtle Edwards Park, sculpture " Near, Against, Upon"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (Q-19A).
May 22, 1977
16 16-60
Boat " Stacey Foss" at sea
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1096).Copied from the Queen Anne News, February 9, 1977.
February 9, 1977
16 16-61
Pier 86, Cargill Grian Elevators
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (H).
January 1977
16 16-62
Ferry terminal, damanged passenger ramp at left
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2-11).
April 24, 1977
16 16-63
Ferry terminal, placing a new passenger ramp
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (7-7).
July 19, 1977
16 16-64
Ferry terminal, placing a new passenger ramp
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (7-6).
July 19, 1977
16 16-65
Ferry terminal, new stairs and overpass
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (7-10).
July 19, 1977
16 16-66
Ferry terminal, new stairs and overpass
Ferry terminal Leslie Hamilton (7-11).
July 19, 1977
16 16-67
Temporary ferry terminal, 7:40am unloading from Winslow
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (7-17).
July 19, 1977
16 16-68
Temporary ferry terminal, 7:10am loading for Winslow
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (7-2).
July 19, 1977
16 16-69
Ferry Terminal, loading for 5:15pm ferry to Winslow
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (9-21).
July 26, 1977
16 16-70
Temporary ferry terminal, 7:50am arriving from Bremerton
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (7-4).
July 19, 1977
16 16-71
Temporary ferry terminal, 7:50am arriving from Bremmerton
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (7-5).
July 19, 1977
16 16-72
Temporary ferry terminal, unloading 3:55pm ferry from Bremerton
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (9-26).
July 26, 1977
16 16-73
Temporary ferry terminal, loading 5:00pm ferry to Bremerton
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (9-28).
July 26, 1977
16 16-74
Temporary ferry terminal, loading 5:00pm ferry to Bremerton
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (9-30).
July 26, 1977
16 16-75
Coleman Dock, south side
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2685).
circa 1956
16 16-76
Alaskan Way, looking north from Bell street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (22-8).
April 30, 1978
16 16-77
Pier 52, north side, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (91-7) (photographer)
February 22, 1980
16 16-78
Pier 52, north side, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (91-5) (photographer)
February 22, 1980
16 16-79
Alaskan way, looking north from Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (91-8) (photographer)
February 22, 1980
16 16-80
Washington State Ferry ticket office, Pier 52
Leslie Hamilton (91-10) (photographer)
December 12, 1980
16 16-81
Washington State Ferry ticket office, Pier 52
Leslie Hamilton (91-11) (photographer)
February 22, 1980
16 16-82
Waterway, between Pier 51 to 52, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (91-17) (photographer)
February 22, 1980
16 16-83-16-84
Historical marker forYesler's Wharf and Sawmill, Alaskan Way between Piers 50-51
Leslie Hamilton (1805, 1806) (photographer)
April 23, 1980
16 16-85
Ferry Terminal, Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (91-21) (photographer)
February 22, 1980
16 16-86
Ferry Terminal, north side
Leslie Hamilton (91-19) (photographer)
February 22, 1980
16 16-87
Ferry Terminal, south side
Leslie Hamilton (91-15) (photographer)
February 22, 1980
16 16-88
Ferry Terminal, south side
Leslie Hamilton (91-13) (photographer)
February 22, 1980
16 16-89
Alaskan Way and Columbia, Pier 52
Leslie Hamilton (91-18) (photographer)
February 22, 1980
16 16-90
Ivars and Downtown Seattle, looking northeasth from the Ferry Terminal
Leslie Hamilton (1811) (photographer)
August 23, 1980
16 16-91
Downtown Seattle, looking east from the Ferry Terminal
Leslie Hamilton (1812) (photographer)
April 23, 1980
16 16-92
Queen Anne Hill and Space Needle, looking north from the Ferry Terminal
Leslie Hamilton (1810) (photographer)
April 23, 1980
16 16-93
Lower Queen Anne Area and Space Needle, looking north from the Ferry Terminal
Leslie Hamilton (1809) (photographer)
April 23, 1980
16 16-94
Seattle Waterfront and Buisness District, looking east
Leslie Hamilton (84-12)
December 25, 1979
16 16-95
Cargo ship, looking south from Ferry Terminal
Leslie Hamilton (1814) (photographer)
April 23, 1980
16 16-96
Cargo ship loading docks on the East Waterway, looking south
Leslie Hamilton (1813) (photographer)
April 23, 1980
16 16-97
Cargo ship Jindalle, Busan, headed for the East Waterway
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (19-17).
April 14, 1978
16 16-98
Cargo ship Jindalle, Busan in Elliott Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (19-15).
April 14, 1978
16 16-99
Damaged Spokane Street Bridge, looking south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (28-9).
June 27, 1978
16 16-100
Damaged Spokane Street Bridge, looking south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (28-11).
June 27, 1978
16 16-101
Damaged Spokane Street Bridge, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (28-15).
June 27, 1978
16 16-102
Base of the damaged Spokane Street Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (28-16).
June 27, 1978
16 16-103
Seattle Waterfront, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (84-11).
December 25, 1979
16 16-104
Seattle Waterfront and Piers, looking southwest from the Space Needle, Bell Street at lower right and Bell Tower Apartments at bottom
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (64-20).
March 1, 1979
16 16-105
Elliott Bay, looking south to Harbor Island from the Space Needle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (64-21).
March 1, 1979
16 16-106
Pier 90 with Harbor Island and Mt. Ranier in the background, looking south from the Space Needle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (65-16).
March 9, 1979
16 16-107
Seattle Waterfront and Business District, looking from West Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (65-19).
1979
16 16-108
Seattle Waterfront, Smith Cove and Magnolia in the background, looking northwest from Smith Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48).
May 24, 1972
16 16-109
Downtown Seattle, looking northwest from Second Avenue and Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1721).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL11686).
circa 1926
16 16-110
Downtown Seattle, looking northwest from Smith Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (572).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL21648).
1929
16 16-111
Seattle Waterfront, looking south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (K-13).Copied from Washington Illustrated.
1901
16 16-112
Sailboats on Elliott Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3590B).
circa 1900
16 16-113
Ye Olde Curiosity Shop, Pier 52
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3850).Copied from the Seattle TimesJune 24, 1962.
1962
16 16-114
Northwestern Iron Works
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4421).Copied from the Seattle Fire Department Musuem
circa 1900
16 16-115
Ye Olde Curiosity Shop
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3849).Copied from the Seattle Times June 24, 1962.
circa early 1900's
16 16-116
Ye Olde Curiousity Shop, Pier 52
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2974).
July 19, 1959
16 16-117
Ye Olde Curiousity Shop and Ferry Terminal, Pier 52
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2975).
August 1959
16 16-118
Bus in front of the Ferry Terminal, Pier 52
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2976).
August 1959
16 16-119
Ferries docked at Pier 52
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2977).
May 1959
16 16-120
Ferry "Kalakala" leaving the East Waterway
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3008).
July 9, 1960
16 16-121
Ferry "Kalakala" leaving the East Waterway
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3009).
July 9, 1960
16 16-122
Downtown Seattle and Waterfront, Piers 54 and 55
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3005).
July 22, 1959
16 16-123
Queen Anne Hill, looking from a harbor tour boat
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2982).
August 5, 1957
16 16-124
Downtown Seattle, looking from West Seattle viewpoint
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3004).
February 27, 1960
16 16-125
Downtown Seattle, looking from West Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3003).
February 27, 1960
16 16-126
Piers 49-52, looking from Smith Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3002).
May 4, 1957
16 16-127
Seattle Waterfront and Piers, Elliott Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3007).
May 4, 1957
16 16-128
Fire Station No. 5 and Pier 53 at the foot of Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2979).
July 9, 1960
16 16-129
Ivars on Pier 54
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2978).
July 9, 1960
16 16-130
Barge on Elliott Bay headed for Prudoe Bay
Leslie Hamilton (2598) (photographer)
July 15, 1981
16 16-131
Barge on Elliott Bay headed for Prudoe Bay
Leslie Hamilton (2597) (photographer)
July 15, 1981
16 16-132
Cargo ship President Pierce on Elliott Bay
Leslie Hamilton (2467) (photographer)
April 12, 1981
16 16-133
Cargo ship President Pierce on Elliott Bay
Leslie Hamilton (2468) (photographer)
April 12, 1981
16 16-134
Cargo Ship President Pierce on Elliott Bay
Leslie Hamilton (2469) (photographer)
April 12, 1981
16 16-135
Skinner and Eddy Shipyard durring World War I
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1850).
June 17, 1918
16 16-136
Hooverville durring the Great Depression, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-21).Copied from the Seattle Times "Then and Now".
1939
16 16-137
Former Hooverville area, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-0).Copied from the Seattle Times "Then and Now".
circa 1945
16 16-138
Seattle Lake Shore and Eastern Trestle, Seattle's waterfrront Railroad Avenue, looking north from near Seneca Street and Western Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4209).Copied from the Seattle Times "Then and Now" February 6, 1983.Original photograph taken by William Mix.
circa late 1880's
16 16-139
Riverboat "Skagit Chief"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1834).Copied from the Seattle Public Library
circa 1930
16 16-140
Seattle Waterfront and Piers
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (84-12).
December 25, 1979
16 16-141
Steamship SS Minnesota at sea
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-12).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL21625).
April 23, 1905
Album
17
Seattle Waterfront #3
Views along Alaskan Way at Marion, Madison, Pike, and Broad, including the waterfront streetcar.
1940s-1980s
Album item
17 17-1
View across the deck of the ferry Vashon at Pier 56
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4178).Photograph copied from the Seattle Times "Then and Now" May 1, 1983.
circa 1983
17 17-2
List giving the old and new numbering of Seattle's piers
Copied by Leslie Hamilton.Copied from Marine Digest.
1944
17 17-3
Waterfront streetcar at South Main Street stop.
Leslie Hamilton (3623) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-4
Waterfront streetcar stop at South Main Street--south terminal
Leslie Hamilton (3624) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-5
South Main Street waterfront streetcar stop near viaduct
Leslie Hamilton (3626) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-6
View north along Alaskan Way from Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (3629) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-7
View north along Alaskan Way from Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (3631) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-8
People walking along Alaskan Way and Marion Street
Leslie Hamilton (3632) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-9
Waterfront streetcar approaching Madison Street
Leslie Hamilton (3634) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-10
Waterfront streetcar stop at University Street
Leslie Hamilton (3635) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-11
Alaskan Way looking south from Marion Street overhead walkway
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (803B).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL21862)
1948
17 17-12
Parked cars and Alaskan Way looking south from Marion Street overhead walkway
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (803A).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL21864)
1948
17 17-13
Alaskan Way looking south from Pike Street overhead walkway near Diamond Ice & Storage Company
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (802B).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL21868)
1948
17 17-14
Alaskan Way looking south from Pike Street overhead walkway near Pier 68
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (802A).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL21866)
1948
17 17-15
Waterfront streetcar stop at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (3636) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-16
Waterfront streetcar stop at Bell Street
Leslie Hamilton (3637) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-17
Waterfront streetcar stop at Vine Street
Leslie Hamilton (3639) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-18
Waterfront streetcar stop at Broad Street--north terminal
Leslie Hamilton (3641) (photographer)
July 18, 1982
17 17-19
Waterfront streetcar barn at Broad Street and Alaskan Way
Leslie Hamilton (3642) (photographer)
July 24, 1982
17 17-20
People getting on to the waterfront streetcar at Broad Street
Leslie Hamilton (3643) (photographer)
July 24, 1982
17 17-21
Waterfront streetcar loading passengers at Broad Street.
Leslie Hamilton (3644) (photographer)
July 24, 1982
17 17-22
Looking south along waterfront streetcar tracks on Alaskan Way and Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (3645) (photographer)
July 24, 1982
17 17-23-17-24
Waterfront streetcars on Alaskan Way near Pike Street view looking south toward dome
Leslie Hamilton (3646, 3647) (photographer)
July 24, 1982
17 17-25
Great Northern dock at Pier 89
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3690).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
1905
17 17-26
Sailing ships at Yesler dock after the big snowstorm of 1880
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3917).Copy of photograph loaned by the Seattle Engineering Department.
1880
17 17-27
Canadian ships at Pier 70
Leslie Hamilton (3687) (photographer)
July 24, 1982
17 17-28
Looking southeast at buildings on waterfront north of Broad Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3688).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
February 2, 1903
17 17-29-17-30
Looking down on ferry terminal and Piers 52-56 in Elliott Bay during Fleet Week
Leslie Hamilton (3602, 3601).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
July 16, 1936
17 17-31
Battleships in formation during Fleet Week; sailors in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1256).Copied from the Maritime Historical Society.
1920's
17 17-32
View of dock construction on Elliott Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1123).
1925
17 17-33
View of tracks on Railroad Avenue looking south from Bell Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (22-11/2541).
May 10, 1930
Box/Folder
17 17-34
Looking down upon Railroad Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (22-10/2542).
March 23, 1934
Album
17 17-35
View of tracks and parked vehicles, looking south on Railroad Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3908)Original photograph from P. Dorpat.
May 8, 1930
17 17-36-17-37
Looking west at the Bell Street Wharf; Railroad Avenue (later Alaskan Way) at Bell Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2540/22-14, 2540).Copied from Seattle Engineering.
May 14, 1915
17 17-38
Looking northwest down on Pier 14 (later Pier 70), railroad tracks on Alaskan Way at Broad Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3678).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
March 23, 1934
17 17-39
Looking at the S.S. Dakota and the S.S. Minnesota at the Great Northern Dock (later Pier 89)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3683).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
1905
17 17-40
View of pile driver paving along Alaskan Way near Union Oil Dock
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3680).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
March 2, 1934
17 17-41
Pile driver near Union Oil Dock along Alaskan Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3679).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
March 2, 1934
17 17-42
View of pile driver paving Alaskan Way near Bay Street, Union Oil Dock
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3682).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
March 23, 1934
17 17-43
Bystanders near pile driver, paving along Alaskan Way near Bay Street, Union Oil Dock
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3681).
April 13, 1934
17 17-44
View of tracks on Railroad Avenue looking south from Bell Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2541/22-11).Copied from Seattle Engineering.
May 10, 1930
17 17-45
Looking north at Bell Street Wharf, north of Bell Street at Railroad Avenue (later Alaskan Way)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2538/22-13).Copied from the Port of Seattle.
May 14, 1915
17 17-46
Southward view of men working on north portal of the Great Northern railroad tunnel, near Virginia Street; taken from overpass at Bell Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4136).
1904
17 17-47
Looking south at the north portal of the Great Northern railroad tunnel; taken from Alaskan Way overpass; Alaskan Way viaduct at right
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4137).
1982
17 17-48
View of paving of Alaskan Way north of Pier 55 at Spring Street (formerly Pier 4)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3677).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
June 13, 1935
17 17-49
View of S.S. Santa Ana at Pike Street Wharf
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3675).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
1905
17 17-50
View of Piers 4, 5 and 6 (later 55, 56, 57); foot of University and Seneca streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3676).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
undated
17 17-51
Looking west at Seattle Pier 5
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (194).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL21628).
1913
17 17-52
Northwest view along Alaskan Way at Pier 14 (later Pier 70) with Broad Street at center
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (22-18).Copied from Seattle Engineering.
June 9, 1936
17 17-53
View south of railroad tracks and parked automobiles on Alaskan Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (22-17).Copied from Seattle Engineering.
June 9, 1936
17 17-54
View of Alaskan Way from Marion Street overhead walk; Northward view from East side of Alaskan Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (330).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL21865).
1948
17 17-55
View of Alaskan Way from Pike Street overhead walkway, looking north on East side of Alaskan Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (331).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL21863).
1948
17 17-56
View east on University Street from Railway Avenue (later Alaskan Way)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4143).Copied from Seattle Times "Now and Then" February 28, 1982.
1908
17 17-57
View west of ships in harbor at foot of University Street and Railroad Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3720).Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
Autumn 1898
17 17-58
View east of Railroad Avenue (later Alaskan Way) and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3722).Copy of photograph loaned by Paul Dorpat.
1890's
17 17-59
Northward view of Railroad Avenue at Columbia Street, from south of Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3767).Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
undated
17 17-60
Northward view of Railroad Avenue from south of Columbia Street, at Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3766). Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
1900 (?)
17 17-61
View of 12 identical stermwheelers; in January 1898, the Moran brothers began construction of 12 identical stermwheel steamers for the Yukon River trade in Alaska; they were completed in eight months. The dozen 175-foot vessels steamed en masse to St. Michael, at the mouth of the Yukon. Only one boat was lost.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3222).
1898
17 17-62
View of 12 Yukon River Steamers by the Moran Brothers; near piers 37-46
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4206).Copied from theSeattle Times "Now and Then," April 3, 1983. Caption: Built for Yukon River service, Moran's 12 shallow-draft steamers had a tough going on their way across the Gulf of Alaska. Here they near the end of their construction on the tideflats south of town. A lightly settled Beacon Hill is on the right. Picture courtesy of Randy Hayes
1898
17 17-63
View of the Kingdome's southwest parking lot, where the Moran ships were built; at the foot of Charles Street; near Terminals 37-46
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4177).Copied from theSeattle Times "Now and Then," April 3, 1983. "Twelve Ships Built on Tide Flats South of Town."
April 4, 1983
17 17-64
Colman Dock, at foot of Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3589).Original photograph from Joe D. Williamson.
circa 1908-1912
17 17-65
View of waterfront from Columbia River; "Oregon Improvement Co." in foreground; as S.S. Hassalo and S.S. Emma Hayward arrived in Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3591a, 3591b).
1890
17 17-66
Waterfront view of Alaska Sailing Day during Gold Rush
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (142).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL14669).
1898
17 17-67
View of Elliott Bay looking south at Mt. Rainier
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1434).Original photograph from Joe D. Williamson.
1920
Volume 18: Transportation
Album item
18 18-1
Latona and Brooklyn streetcar, with David Denny on board
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (40-15).
undated
18 18-2
West Seattle Cable Railway car near the bottom of long descent to the ferry terminal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (40-19).
undated
18 18-3
Seattle Union Depots, south side of Jackson Street at Fourth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (653) on December 26, 1979.Courtesy Seattle & Environs.
undated
18 18-4
North Seattle Cable Powerhouse, on Denny Way at Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (630).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22950).
undated
18 18-5
West Seattle Cable Railway Powerhouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (40-13).
undated
18 18-6
East side of Fifth Avenue between Olive Way and Pine Street after regrading project
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1659) on October 23, 1979.Caption: Old Pine Street barn at right. SE Co's newly constructed freight depot at left with streetcar boxcars lined up for hauling. Courtesy L. Gowey.
circa 1906-1907
18 18-7
First streetcar in Seattle at Occidental Street and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (110).Mayor Leary and invited guests in the car.
September 20, 1894
18 18-8
First cable car on Yesler Way at lake Washington terminus
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (419)Car number 3 now in Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC.
1888
18 18-9
View east up Madison Street; streetcars on tracks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (523).Second car from bottom of picture crossing Front Street; third car up the hill is approaching Second Avenue; turnaround was at _____ St. Started running March 28, 1890.
circa 1890
18 18-10
Madison Street cable car to Lake Washington and Madison Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1440).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22978).
circa 1908
18 18-11
Jackson Street Trestle by which Yesler Way line ascended from Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (521).Trestle was widely looked upon as a hazard. It ran from Pioneer Square to Lake Washington and opened on September 27, 1888.
circa 1888
18 18-12
Union Trunk line (James Street cable line)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (520).Line ran from Second Avenue to Broadway and opened on March 19, 1891. Hotel Kalmar was on the southeast corner of James Street and Sixth Avenue.
circa 1891
18 18-13
View from the south at O & W Passenger Station, with butterfly sheds in foreground and the retaining wall for Fifth Avenue South in the background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1037).Courtesy Port of Seattle.
undated
18 18-14
King Street Station, view north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-6/1278).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL20014).
circa 1906
18 18-15
O & W Passenber Station looking from the north at Jackson Street entrance
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1039).Courtesy Port of Seattle
undated
18 18-16
Railroad Avenue at Columbia Street, looking north at Railroad Avenue depot
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1096).
circa 1900
18 18-17
Union Station interior ladies waiting room
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1041). Courtesy Port of Seattle.
June 20, 1911
18 18-18
Union Station, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1040).Courtesy Port of Seattle.
May 20, 1911
18 18-19
Oregon and Washington Depot building construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1139).
undated
18 18-20
Oregon and Washington train depot construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1038).Courtesy Port of Seattle.
undated
18 18-21
Cable car hauling passengers from Pike Street north to entrance of Washington Hotel atop Denny Hill, Virginia Street between Third and Fourth avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1661).Courtesy L. Gowey.Just right of main line, which can be seen shorter counterbalance line. Discontinued in 1907.
circa 1904
18 18-22
Cable car at entrance of Washington Hotel, on Virginia Street between Third and Fourth avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1662).Courtesy L. Gowey.
circa 1904
18 18-23
Kinnear Park streetcar
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (424).
circa 1900-1905
18 18-24
Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Pike Street, horse-drawn streetcar
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (428).
circa 1885
18 18-25
Yesler Way cable car, looking west from near Lake Washington shortly before demise of the Yesler line
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1290).
undated
18 18-26
Streetcar ascends from the Yesler Way powerhouse shortly after the rebuilding of the line at the end of the ninetenth century
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (40-14).From the Seattle Historical Society. The rebuilding entailed re-equipping the line with Ccalifornia type double ended cars, one of which is shown below crossing Second Avenue early in the twentieth century.
circa 1900
18 18-27
View of the Yesler Way cable car, shortly before the demise of the Yesler line
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1289).Caption: San Francisco's cable cars had nothing on those that once rode the Yesler cable way. From downtown Seattle to the shores of Lake Washington it was a "hilly" affair but a colorful experience for the riders. These photos were taken shortly before the demise of the Yesler line.
undated
18 18-28
James Street Powerhouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3879).Courtesy P. Dorpat
circa 1920
18 18-29
Yesler Way train in the era of the Seattle City Railway
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (41-9).Car stands before the line's second powerhouse at Lake Washington.
undated
18 18-30
Horse-drawn carriage from first stage line at Harvard and Madison streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1579).Seattle's first transportation was a Wells-Fargo type of stage line established in 1887. The fare was ten cents and hte line ended back in the woods about where Harvard Avenue is today. The line was discontinued with the opening of the Yesler and Madison calbe lines. The Madison line was opened on March 28, 1890. This photograph is from a kodak picture taken by Mrs. C. W. Parker in 1887.Courtesy Marianne McDonald.
1887
18 18-31
Yesler Way streetcar #2 loading at the west end of the line on the last day of service
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (538).
August 10, 1940
18 18-32
First cable car (#13), original Yesler car
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (535).
1941
18 18-33
Cable car at Sixth avenue West and West McGraw Street, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1089).Courtesy L. Gowey.
July 30, 1940
18 18-34
Madison Street cable car to Lake Washington and Madison Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (768).
April 15, 1940
18 18-35
Madison Street Line during regrding
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (811).
undated
18 18-36
Madison Street cable car at First Avenue , Warshall and Sons on the northeast corner of First Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (540).
undated
18 18-37
Madison Street Cable Railway original powerhouse at 21st Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (40-41).
undated
18 18-38
Madison Street cable car; in background, the Perry, an early high-rise apartment building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (41-14).
undated
18 18-39
Construction of streetcar line
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1000).
September 10, 1914
18 18-40
View east on Madison Street at Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (721).
September 10, 1914
18 18-41
Workers laying brick for streetcar line
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1001).
undated
18 18-42
Workers laying brick for streetcar line, Second Avenue and James Street, view south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (722).
1914
18 18-43
View west on First Avenue and Washington Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1619).
1930
18 18-44
Seattle to Walla Walla Railroad
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (533).First passenger train, 1877. Initial trip between Seattle and Renton on March 7, 1877.
March 7, 1877
18 18-45
One of Seattle's first streetcars, Union Street and First Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (233).
1883
18 18-46
View north up Second Avenue across Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4211).Courtesy Paul Dorpat.Courtesy the Seattle Times "Now and Then," August 1, 1982.
1982
18 18-47
View north from W 47th Street at 15th Avenue NW
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1493).
August 3, 1921
18 18-48
View north on 14th Avenue NW from about NW 61st Street; new sewer construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1651).Courtesy L. Gowey.
circa 1923
18 18-49
Fremont storage tracks of the Fremont Barns
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1620).
December 11, 1936
18 18-50
Yesler Way cable car on scow, ready for transfer to Yesler Powerhouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3827).Courtesy L. Gowey.
October 1, 1921
18 18-51
Pacific NW Traction Company #55, Fremont Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1492).
June 15, 1917
18 18-52
Aerial view of Third Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3821).Courtesy L. Gowey.
May 17, 1921
18 18-53
Fremont Station, used for both freight and passengers in the early 1900s; at 34th Street and Stone Way Avenue North, southwest corner
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (357).
August 1974
18 18-54
Temporary crossovers on Fremont Avenue south of North 34th Street, 5:45 a.m.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1473).Courtesy L. Gowey.
July 3, 1973
18 18-55
Streetcar tracks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3769).Courtesy L. Gowey.
undated
18 18-56
Streetcar tracks at North 34th Street and Fremont Avenue, looking east; 6:00 a.m.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1474).Courtesy L. Gowey.
June 24, 1923
18 18-57
Waterfront, with cruise ship; at Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-18) on February 6, 1980.Courtesy Seattle, Then & Now
circa 1975
18 18-58
Waterfront at Main Street, view west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-19).From Seattle Then & Now.
circa 1895
18 18-59
Columbia Street Depot; Columbia Street, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4218).Courtesy the Tacoma Public Library.From the Seattle Times "Now and Then," June 5, 1983
circa 1890
18 18-60
View up Columbia Street, with Alaska Way Viaduct, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4219).From the Seattle Times "Now and Then," June 5, 1983.
1983
18 18-61
Front Street cable car, northbound on First Avenue South Commercial Street, north of Jackson
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1652).Courtesy L. Gowey.
circa 1895
18 18-62
View north on Commercial Street at about Jackson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1654).Courtesy L. Gowey.
circa 1890
18 18-63
View south from Yesler Way, downtown terminus of the Grant Street Electric Railway. Yesler cable line in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1114).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22944).
circa 1900
18 18-64
View east on Jackson Street at Second Avenue and Fourth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (45B).
circa 1925
18 18-65
"Passenger Station"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (31-0).
circa 1906
18 18-66
King Street Station
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1278).Seattle Public Library (SPL20014).
Undated
18 18-67
Interurban street cars at Greenlake stop
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3848).Courtesty the Seattle Times April 22, 1962.
circa 1939
18 18-68
City bus, west side of Tenth Avenue West between West Armour and West Fulton streets
Leslie Hamilton (2169) (photographer)
October 10, 1980
18 18-69
Westlake Avenue, view north along tracks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2539).
undated
18 18-70
S.S. Minnesota at sea
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-17).Built in 1905, scrapped in 1923.Seattle Public Library (SPL21625).
undated
18 18-71
Document: "Latona and City of Latona have been taken to Lake Washington through the canal (portage...)"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton.
undated
18 18-72
The Latona, the frist regular passenger steamer on Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1517).
circa 1889
18 18-73
Lake Union, looking south. Western Mill on shoreline
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1518).Seattle Public Library (SPL22915).
circa 1880-1885
18 18-74
West Seattle Ferry landing
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1353B).The Seattle terminal for the West Seattle Ferry was at the foot of Main Street until about 1911, then was just north of Colman Dock. circa 1900; City of Seattle Ferry; Ran between Seattle and West Seattle from 1888 to 1913. The West Seattle ferry dock was on a street called Railroad Avenue at Louisiana Street. Railroad Avenue is now Harbor Avenue SW. The building was still used as a boathouse in 1949.
circa 1900
18 18-75
Columbia and Puget Sound Railroad, station and machine shop
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (246).Built 1876, demolished June 6, 1989.
undated
18 18-76
Fifteenth Avenue NE and North 70th Street, looking along tracks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3824).Courtesy L. Gowey.
May 6, 1932
18 18-77
View southeast on West 47th Street toward Ninth Avenue NW. Showing original track location and preparation for fill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3818).Courtesy L. Gowey.
undated
18 18-78
Dravus Street Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (54-7).
undated
18 18-79
Steamer ship on Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4-10).Part of the Yesler Way line's Leschi Park development was steamer service on Lake Washington. The company acquired the first steamboat on the lake, Edith E.,and in 1889 ordered the larger sidewheeler Kirkland.The steamers rain to Juanita, Kirkland and Houghton from a pieer near the powerhouse. (Seattle Historical Society).
undated
18 18-80
Sign reading "come again"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1055).
undated
18 18-81
Steamer "Kirkland"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (539).Steamer "Kirkland" ordered in 1889. Ran from Leschi Park toward Juanina, Kirkland and Houghton.
undated
Volume 19: Fire Department
Album item
19 19-1
Engine House no. 15
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F1).Fire station on SW corner of Minor and Virgnina streets. Demolished in 1951, replaced by new building.Seattle Public Library (SPL20016).
1951
19 19-2
Fire station, engine house #2
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F2).Northeast corner of Third Avenue and Pine Street. Built in 1890, demolishe din 1906.
1890
19 19-3
Fire station, engine house #2
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F4).Northeast forner of Third Avenue and Pine Street. Built in 1906, demolished in 1921 for construction of the Bon Marche department store.Seattle Public Library (SPL22746).
undated
19 19-4
Fire station engine house #4, northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F5).Built in 1890, demolished in 1908; the original "Belltown" fire station.Seattle Public Library (SPL22829).
undated
19 19-5
Fire station, engine house #2, northeast forner of Third Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F8).Built in 1906, demolished in 1921. Seattle Public Library (SPL22893).
1906
19 19-6
Fire Department headquarters, southwest corner of Seventh Avenue at Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F9).Built 1890.Seattle Public Library (SPL22017).
1952
19 19-7
Fire station, engine house #4, West side of Fourth Avenue North between John and Thomas streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F10).Built 1908, demolished 1961 for construction of Space Needle.Seattle Public Library (SPL22833).
undated
19 19-8
Fire station, engine house #3, at Terry Avenue and Alder Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F12).Built 1903, demolished 1921, except for removal of hose drying tower, still standing.Seattle Public Library (SPL22895).
undated
19 19-9
Fire Department headquarters, southwest corner of Seventh Avenue at Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F13).Built 1890.Seattle Public Library (SPL22931).
undated
19 19-10
Fire Station, engine house #3, at Terry Avenue and Alder Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F14).Built 1903, demolished 1921.Seattle Public Library (SPL22834).
undated
19 19-11
Engine Co. No. 1, Volunteer fire department, outside engine house
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F17).Seattle Public Library (SPL22897).
circa 1880
19 19-12
Foot of Madison Street; horse and wagon outside Fireboat company No. 5
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F35).
circa 1900
Box/Folder
19 19-13
Fireboat Company No. 5 at the foot of Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F36).
circa 1905
Album
19 19-14
Snoqualmie Fireboat
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F41).Built in 1890.
undated
19 19-15
The first Snoqualmie Steamboat
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3225).Built 1890.
undated
19 19-16
Third Avenue and Pine Street, northeast corner
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F43).Seattle Fire Department engine house #2.
circa 1915
19 19-17
Fire Engine house #2, Third Avenue and Pine Street, northeast corner
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F59).Built 1890, demolished 1906.
undated
19 19-18
Hose wagon at fire department headquarters
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F64).
Before 1900
19 19-19
Assistant fire chief Ralph Cook in horse-drawn wagon
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F68).
Before 1900
19 19-20
Engine House No. 8, west side of Warren Street North between Galer and Lee streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F72).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1920
19 19-21
Fire Station No. 20, 14th Avenue West and West Gilman Drive
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F73).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
March 1910
19 19-22
Firehouse No. 4, west side of Fourth Avenue North between John and Thomas streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F76).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.Built 1908, demolished 1960.
circa 1920
19 19-23
Firehouse No. 4, west side of Fourth Avenue North between John and Thomas streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F77).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.Built 1908, demolished 1960.
circa 1920
19 19-24
Fire station No. 20, at 14th Avenue West and West Gilman Drive
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1641).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.Motor pumper replaced horses in 1921.
1922
19 19-25
Horse-drawn carriage outside Seattle Fire Department headquarters, Fourth Avenue North between John and Thomas streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1644).Courtesy Firebuffs Museum.
circa 1908-1921
19 19-26
Firehouse No. 24 on the east side of Fifth Avenue West between Galer and Garfield streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (8-10).Built 1903, demolished 1954.
undated
19 19-27
Fire station #8, on Warren Avenue North at Lee Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (8-11).Built 1907, demolished 1963; rebuilt 1963.
undated
19 19-28
West side of 14th Avenue West and Gilman Avenue West; location of Old Fire Station No. 20
Leslie Hamilton (78-26) (photographer)
September 20, 1979
19 19-29
Firehouse No. 10, northwest corner of Third Avenue South and South Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3226).Built 1903, used as headquarters until new building was constructed.
1903
19 19-30
Horse-drawn fire carriage for Engine House No. 2 on the corner of Broadway and Terrace Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3523).
circa 1890-1903
19 19-31
Fire carriage, horses, officers on Main and Occidental streets, fire department headquarters
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3524).Built in 1890.
undated
19 19-32
Steampumper for Firehouse No. 13, corner of 14th Avenue and South Massachusetts Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3525).Built 1904.
undated
19 19-33
Firehouse No. 4, northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3526).Built 1890, demolished 1908
undadted
19 19-34
Seattle Fire boat "Alki" in water
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1723).
1977
19 19-35
Fire station No 5, at the foot of Madison Street on dock at Alaskan Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1724).Built 1917, demolished 1963
April 9, 1961
19 19-36
Seattle fire of 1889, view south from Front and Spring streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (143).Fire started at the southwest corner of Front Street and Madison Street.Seattle Public Library (SPL5097).
March 1910
19 19-37
Seattle fire of 1889, view south from Second Avenue at Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (684).
June 6, 1889
19 19-38
Firehouse No. 19, foot of Massachusetts Street at the waterfront
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4395).Firehouse No. 19, built 1920, demolished 1966, at the foot of South Massachusetts Street. Originally designated Firehouse No. 331, this station was built for the historic fireboat Snoqualmie. It replaced the old bunk shack quarters, built about 1909, of Engine Company 31, which manned the Snoqualmie. From 1920 to 1927 it was headquarters for the First Battalion Chief. In 1927 it was decided to move the fireboats to other locations, as marine traffic congestion was continually forcing the Snoqualmie out of its berth for extended periods of time. The Snoqualmie was moved to Lake Union at the foot of Halladay Street and the Duwamish was transferred temporarily to the foot of South Charles Street. After being abandoned during the 1930s, it was reopened in 1946 as No. 19. The bulge running up the side of the firehouse is the bay for the slide pole. Old No. 19 was again abandoned in 1966. -- Jim Stevenson, in "Seattle Firehouses."
1967
19 19-39
Lincoln Hotel fire, view east at Madison Street between Third and Fourth avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4396).Seattle Public Library (SPL22927).
April 6, 1920
19 19-40
Schwabacker Brothers & Co. Fire, on Second Avenue and Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4397).Seattle Public Library (SPL22197).
June 27, 1892
19 19-41
Chemical Engine House No. 2, on Broadway and Terrace Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F47).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.Built 1890.
undated
19 19-42
Hose Wagon No. 3, on Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F67).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
Before 1900
19 19-43
Engine House No. 3, at Main Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F78).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.Built 1890.
circa 1900
19 19-44
Engine House No. 4, on the northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F61).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.Built 1890.
Before 1900
19 19-45
Hose Wagon No. 4, on Fourth Avenue and Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F30).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
19 19-46
Fire Station No. 2, southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4392).Built 1921 to replace station at Third Avenue and Pine Street.
August 20, 1967
19 19-47
Engine House No. 7, Harrison Street and 15th Avenue North
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F33).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.Built in 1895.
circa 1900
19 19-48
Hose Carriage No. 7, on Harrison Street and 15th Avenue North
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F32).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
19 19-49
Volunteer engine company No. 1 and quarters
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F79).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
19 19-50
Chemical Engine No. 1
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F69).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
undated
19 19-51
Fire engine house No. 2, at Third Avenue and Pine Street; horses, carriage
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F60).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
19 19-52
Hook and Ladder Truck No. 1, Fourth Avenue and Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F29).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
19 19-53
Fire Station No. 18, at 5429 NW Russell Street, at Market Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F15).Built 1910.
July 4, 1967
19 19-54
Fire Station, No. 18, Market Avenue NW at NW Russell Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F66).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1920
19 19-55
Engine House No. 6, on the southwest corner of Yeler Way and 23rd Avenue South
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F34).Built 1894.Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
19 19-56
Fire Station No. 18, at 5429 NW Russell Street, at Market Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4394).Built 1910.
July 4, 1967
19 19-57
Fire Station No. 19, at the foot of Massachusetts Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F70).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1920
19 19-58
Fire Station No. 9, on Linden Avenue North near 39th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F46).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1909
19 19-59
Seattle fire of 1889
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3836).
1889
19 19-60
Firehouse No. 13, on 14th Avenue South and South Massachusetts Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F45).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.Built in early 1900s.
undated
19 19-61
Chief Gardner Kellogg, ready for an alarm in horse-drawn carriage
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F56).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
Before 1900
19 19-62
Hose Wagon No. 2, on Third Avenue at Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F31).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
Before 1900
19 19-63
Fire Department Headquarters, on Columbia Street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F57).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.Built 1890.
Before 1900
19 19-64
Temporary headquarters of the Fire Department the first year after the 1889 fire, on University Street east of Third Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F51).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1890
19 19-65
"The Goat Brigade" -- Seattle Fire Department
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F50).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1920s
19 19-66
New "La France" Steam fire engine, first size, with Fire Engine No. 2
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F63).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
19 19-67
Fire Station No. 5, at the foot of Madison Street; fireboats Alki and Duwamish
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4406).Built 1917, demolished 1963.
August 1955
19 19-68
Fire Station No. 25, at 1400 Harvard Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4387).Built 1909, used until 1970.
April 7, 1971
19 19-69
Squad car with crank, members of Fire House No. 2, southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F42).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
undated
19 19-70
Fire engine belinging to pioneer volunteer fire department
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F7).
circa 1885
19 19-71
Fire Station No. 31, at 1319 North 105th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4393).
April 7, 1971
19 19-72
Fire Department supply wagon at Third Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F65).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
Box/Folder
19 19-73
Fire Station No. 35, 8729 15th Ave. NW
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4384).
August 1, 1967
Album
19 19-74
Fire Station No. 24, at 11727 Greenwood Avenue North
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4385).
August 1, 1967
19 19-75
Fire Station No. 25 at 1400 Harvard Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4386).Used 1909-1970.
April 7, 1971
19 19-76
Engine House No. 8, on the west side of Warren Street between Lee and Galer streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F71).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1920
19 19-77
Fire Station No. 8, at 110 Lee Street at Warren Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (8-3B).Built 1963.
July 4, 1967
19 19-78
Fire Station No. 8, at 110 Lee Street at Warren Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (83-A).Built 1963.
July 4, 1967
19 19-79
Fire Station No. 20, 3205 13th Avenue West
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (8-4).
July 4, 1967
19 19-80
Fire Station No. 41, at 2412 34th Avenue West
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4389).
August 11, 1967
19 19-81
Chemical Engine House No. 3, on Lee Street and First Avenue West
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1643).Courtesy Firebuffs Museum.Built 1892.
undated
19 19-82
Chemical Engine No. 3, on Lee Street at First Avenue West
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1642).Courtesy Firebuffs MuseumBuilt 1892.
undated
19 19-83
Firehouse No. 4, on the west side of Fourth Avenue North between John and Thomas streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3896).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
March 1910
19 19-84
Fire Station No. 28, at 5968 Rainier Avenue South
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4390).
June 28, 1973
19 19-85
Fire Station No. 28, at 5968 Rainier Avenue South
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4391).
June 28, 1973
19 19-86
Fire Station No. 20, at 14th Avenue West and West Gilman Drive
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F73).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
March 1910
19 19-87
Engine House No. 15, southwest corner of Minor Avenue and Virginia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F1).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.Built 1906, demolished 1951.
undated
19 19-88
Engine House No. 2, on the northeast corner of Third Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F4).Built 1906, demolished 1921.
undated
19 19-89
Fire House No. 4, on Fourth Avenue North between John and Thomas streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F77).
circa 1920
19 19-90
Fireboats at Seattle Aquarium, Pier 59, pumping water to waterfront park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3471).Fireboats Alki and Duwamish.
May 21, 1982
19 19-91
Fire Station No. 5, west side of Alaskan Way at Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4407).
April 9, 1961
19 19-92
Fire Station No. 5, Alaskan Way at Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4408).
August 5, 1977
19 19-93
Firefighters with U.S. flag
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F49).
undated
19 19-94
Firefighters on horse-drawn carriage
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F62).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1900
19 19-95
Firefighters, horse-drawn hook and ladder rig; postcard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton.
circa 1890
19 19-96
Engine House No. 3, at Terry Avenue and Alder Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F12).Seattle Public Library (SPL22895).Built 1903, demolished 1921 except hose-drying tower, still standing in 1972.
undated
19 19-97
Engine House No. 4 on the west side of Fourht Avenue North between John and Thomas streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F10).Seattle Public Library (SPL22833).Used 1908-1961. Razed for construction of Space Needle.
undated
19 19-98
Engine House No. 2 at the northeast corner of Third Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F8).Seattle Public Library (SPL22893).Used 1906-1921.
1906
19 19-99
Fire Department headquarters, built 1890, southwest corner of Seventh Avenue at Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F13).Seattle Public Library (SPL22931).Assistant Chief Clark in buggy.
undated
19 19-100
Firehouse No. 24, on the east side of Fifth Avenue West between Garfield and Galer streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F44).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
circa 1920
19 19-101
Grand Trunk Pacific Dock fire
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1218).
July 30, 1914
19 19-102
Grand Trunk Pacific Dock fire
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (678).
July 30, 1914
19 19-103
Grand Trunk Pacific Dock fire; fireboat in right foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1017).
July 30, 1914
19 19-104
Lincoln Hotel fire, view up Madison Street from Third Avenue, with hotel on the northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1019).
April 6, 1920
19 19-105
Hinkley Block fire
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F48).Courtesy Seattle Fire Department Museum.
July 18, 1908
19 19-106
Schwabacher Brothers & Co. fire, on South Second Avenue and Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F79).
June 27, 1892
19 19-107
Schwabacher Hardware & Co. Inc. fire, on First Avenue at Jackson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (680).
February 11, 1905
19 19-108
Seattle Daily Times fire, on Second Avenue at Union Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1018).
February 13, 1913
19 19-109
Union Pacific Dock Fire
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1217).
January 2, 1930
19 19-110
Harrington-Smith dock at the foot of Yesler Way, before 1889 fire
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3924).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
1889
19 19-111
Future location of fire station, on the south side of NW Market Street between 15th Avenue NW and 16th Avenue NW
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (365).
circa 1975
19 19-112
Mitchel, Lewis and Stover fire at 308-310 First Avenue, 11:40 a.m.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3897).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
May 8, 1901
19 19-113
View from Seventh Avenue and Terrace Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1226).Turner Hall, Catholic church with spire, Seattle Terminal Warehouse, Revenue Cutter "Oliver Wolcott" in bay, Fred Baker home.
July 1889
19 19-114
Seattle Police patrol Car
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3871).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1910
19 19-115
Engine Co. No. 1, hose team group photograph
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (F16).Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL22941).
circa 1879
Volume 20: Libraries, theaters, and private residences
Album item
20 20-1
Madison Park Theater, opened in 1890 as the Madison Park Pavilion
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (5-33).
undated
20 20-2
Standard Theater, on southeast corner of Occidental and Washington streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (5-31).
circa 1888
20 20-3
Seattle Theater, northeast corner of Third Avenue and Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3875).Courtesy P. Dorpat.Used December 1892-May 1915.
undated
20 20-4
Third Avenue Theater, opened in 1890 as Madison Street Theater, also Cordray's Theater
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (5-34) .Torn down in 1907 when Third Avenue was regraded.
undated
20 20-5
Coliseum Theatre, opening night. Third Avenue at James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (974).
undated
20 20-6
Cordray Theater on Third Avenue at Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (78).Built in 1890, demolished in 1908. Toklas & Singermann's Store, 1889-1890, Madison Street Theater 1890, Cordray Theater 1890-1894, Third Avenue Theater 1894-1908, Providence Hospital in background. Madison Cable Car at right.Seattle Public Library (SPL5231).
undated
20 20-7
Third Avenue Theatre, Third Avenue and Madison Street, northeast corner
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3531).
undated
20 20-8
Jefferson Street Theater
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3887).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
undated
20 20-9
Empress Building and Palace Hip Theater, on Spring Street at Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1468).
December 1920
20 20-10
Southeast corner of Second Avenue and Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2621).Majestic Theater, 1909-1911; The Empress 1911-1916; Palace Hip 1916-1929.
July 26, 1981
20 20-11
Isis Theatre, 703 First Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (817).
circa 1914
20 20-12
Metropolitan Theater, south side of University Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-9).From "Seattle Then & Now."
1912
20 20-13
Metropolitan Theater, southeast corner of University Street and Fourth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3885).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1911-1912
20 20-14
Clemmer Theatre
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1214).
undated
20 20-15
Bonney & Stewart, Funeral Directors and Embalmers, advertisement; Third Avenue Theatre
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4415).Courtesy Seattle Fire Museum.
circa 1901
20 20-16
Cinerama Theater, northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Lenora Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1970).
July 6, 1980
20 20-17
Lyric Theatre and "Our House" saloon, corner of Occidental and Washington streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (977).
undated
20 20-18
Lyric Theatre, corner of Occidental Avenue and Washington Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4210).Courtesy the Seattle Times "Now and Then."
The Lyric was on eof the last names for the boxhouse theatre empresario John Corty built at Occidental Avenue and Washington Street after the fire of 1889. He called it his New Standard, and the standard service was variety, booze and bawdy service.
undated
20 20-19
Seattle Theatre advertisement
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4416).Courtesy Seattle Fire Dept. Museum
circa 1901
20 20-20
Grand Opera House, south side of Cherry Street between Second and Third avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3874).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1900
20 20-21
Grand Opera House, Cherry Street at Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (31-11).From "Metropolitan Seattle."
1903
20 20-22
Grand Opera House, Seattle Theatre, on Cherry Street at Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1571).Courtesy Alice Drew.Courtesy "Metropolitan Seattle," 1902.
1902
20 20-23
Interior of the Seattle Theatre
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1181).Courtesy 1901 "Washington Illustratetd."Seattle has three splendid theatres and is called the best "show town" in the country.
circa 1901
20 20-24
Seattle Theater, northeast corner of Third Avenue and Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (31-12).From "Metropolitan Seattle" 1903.
1903
20 20-25
Metropolitan Theater, south side of University Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1222B).
June 14, 1924
20 20-26
Metropolitan Theatre
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1126).Built 1911, demolished 1956.
1953
20 20-27
Clemmer Theater, Golden Potlatch Parade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1628).Seattle Public Library (SPL7600).
July 1912
20 20-28
Grand Opera House, on Cherry Street between Second and Third Avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (693).
undated
20 20-29
Orpheum Theater, north side of Stewart Street between Fifth Avenue and Westlake Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (36-11).
undated
20 20-30
Moore Egyptian Theater, formerly The Moore, southeast corner of Second Avenue at Virginia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (13-11).
September 11, 1977
20 20-31
Moore Theatre, southeast corner of Second Avenue and Virginia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (13-15).
September 11, 1977
20 20-32
Moore Egyptian Teater, southeast corner of Second Avenue and Virginia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (16-1).
October 9, 1977
20 20-33
Moore Etyptian Theater, from south side of Virginia Street between alley and Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (15-21).
October 9, 1977
20 20-34
Moore Egyptian Theater, formerly the Moore. Southeast corner of Virginia Street at Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (13-16).
September 11, 1977
20 20-35
Moore Egyptian Theater, formerly the Moore. Southeast corner of Virginia Street and Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (13-13).
September 11, 1977
20 20-36
Coliseum Theater, northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3-28).
June 12, 1977
20 20-37
Coliseum Theater, northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1213).
undated
20 20-38
Marquee of Fifth Avenue Theater, on Fifth Avenue between Union and University streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3-22).
June 12, 1977
20 20-39
East side Fifth Avenue at University Street; Fifth Avenue Theater in Skinner Building
Leslie Hamilton (3-21) (photographer)
June 12, 1977
20 20-40
East side Fifth Avenue between Pike and Union streets; Music Box Theater
Leslie Hamilton (3-23) (photographer)
June 12, 1977
20 20-41
Marquee of Music Box Theater, East side of Fifth Avenue between Pike and Union streets
Leslie Hamilton (3-26) (photographer)
June 12, 1977
20 20-42
Seattle Seventh Avenue Theater, on northeast corner of Seventh Avenue at Olive Street
Leslie Hamilton (15-3) (photographer)
October 1977
20 20-43
Seattle Seventh Avenue Theater, northeast corner of Seventh Avenue and Olive Street
Leslie Hamilton (15-5) (photographer)
October 1977
20 20-44
palace Theater, on the east side of Second Avenue between James Street and Yesler Way
Leslie Hamilton (7-21) (photographer)
Formerly the New Paris and Rivelie Theaters.
July 24, 1977
20 20-45
Palace Theater, east side of Second Avenue between James Street and Yesler Way
Leslie Hamilton (7-22) (photographer)
Formerly the New Paris and Rivelie Theaters.
July 24, 1977
20 20-46
West side of First Avenue between Pike Street and Union Street
Leslie Hamilton (6-31) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
20 20-47
Green Parrot Theatre, west side of First Avenue between Pike and Union streets
Leslie Hamilton (6-32) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
20 20-48
West side of First Avenue between Stewart and Virginia streets
Leslie Hamilton (6-34) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
20 20-49
Midtown Theater, west side of First Avenue between Stewart and Virginia streets
Leslie Hamilton (6-35) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
20 20-50
Downtown Theatre, east side of First Avenue between Pike and Pine streets
Leslie Hamilton (6-33) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
20 20-51
The Garden Theater, west side of Third Avenue between Pike and Pine streets
Leslie Hamilton (3-32) (photographer)
Formerly the Winter Garden Theater.
June 12, 1977
20 20-52
Embassy Theatre, west side of Third Avenue between Pike and Union Streets
Leslie Hamilton (3-36) (photographer)
June 12, 1977
20 20-53
Embassy Theater, north side of Union Street near Third Avenue, main entrance on Third Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (9-9) (photographer)
July 24, 1977
20 20-54
The Twon Theater, south side of Pike Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues
Leslie Hamilton (3-29) (photographer)
June 12, 1977
20 20-55
Cinerama Theater, northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (6-14) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
20 20-56
Cinemas 70 & 150, southwest corner Sixth Avenue and Blanchard Street
Leslie Hamilton (6-12) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
20 20-57
Cinemas 70& 150, west side of Sixth Avenue between Blanchard Street and Lenora Street
Leslie Hamilton (6-11) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
20 20-58
UA Cinema 70 and 150, Sixth Avenue at Blanchard Street, southwest corner
Leslie Hamilton (71-16) (photographer)
July 8, 1979
20 20-59
Uptown Theater, east side of Queen Anne Avenue between mercer and republican streets, 511 Queen Anne Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (J28) (photographer)
February 1977
20 20-60
Seattle Seventh Avenue Theater, northeast corner of Seventh Avenue and Olive Way
Leslie Hamilton (6-15) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
20 20-61
Paramount Theater, Ninth Avenue and Pine Street, southeast corner
Leslie Hamilton (6-20) (photographer)
June 26, 1977
20 20-62
Southeast corner of Second Avenue and James Street
Leslie Hamilton (13A) (photographer)
September 11, 1977
20 20-63
Palace Theater, 512 Second Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (13-20) (photographer)
September 11, 1977
20 20-64
Magnolia Theater, east Side of 34th Avenue West between West McGraw and West Smith streets
Leslie Hamilton (5-20) (photographer)
June 23, 1977
20 20-65
Magnolia Theater, east side 34th Avenue West between West McGraw and West Smith Street
Leslie Hamilton (5-19) (photographer)
June 23, 1977
20 20-66
West side 33rd Avenue West between McGraw and West Wheeler streets
Leslie Hamilton (4-26) (photographer)
June 23, 1977
20 20-67
Aqua Theater, south end of Green Lake off of West Green Lake Drive North, at approximately Stone Avenue North
Leslie Hamilton (10-36) (photographer)
August 29, 1977
20 20-68
Aqua Theater, south end of Green Lake off of West Green Lake Drive North, at approximately Stone Avenue North
Leslie Hamilton (12-0) (photographer)
August 29, 1977
20 20-69
Green Lake Pier and Canoe House, south end of Green Lake, off of West Green Lake Drive North, near Aqua Theater
Leslie Hamilton (12-2) (photographer)
August 29, 1977
20 20-70
Second Avenue and Washington Street, John Cort's "Our House" Theater
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3886).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
undated
20 20-71
Seattle Public Library, opened in 1906
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1186).
circa 1909
20 20-72
Central Public Library, corner of Fourth Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1026).Built 1906, used through 1957. Terrace and approaches added in 1910. Providence Hospital at left, First Methodist Episcopalian church at right
undated
20 20-73
Seattle Public Library, central building, fine arts room
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1033).
circa 1912
20 20-74
Public Library, 1901-1906, old University Building used by Seattle Public Library, located at Fourth Avenue and SEneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1024).Seattle Public Library (SPL15208).
circa 1909
20 20-75
Carnegie Library, Fourth Avenue and Madison Street, northeast corner
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3693).Seattle Public Library.
circa 1907
20 20-76
Seattle Public Library, southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1081).
circa 1968
20 20-77
Seattle Public Library, Third Avenue and James Street, 1889-1901
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2275).Courtesy L. Hoffman. Destroyed 1901.
circa 1909
20 20-78
Central Library, Fourth Avenue and Madison Street, built 1906
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (705).Seattle Public Library (SPL15296).
undated
20 20-79
Seattle Public Library, northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3928).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
August 12, 1914
20 20-80
Seattle Public Library, opened in 1906, northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3950).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1910
20 20-81
Seattle Public Library, on southeast corner; sailor crossing street at Spring Street and Fourth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3962).From the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," December 10, 1961.
circa 1961
20 20-82
Seattle Public Library, 1899-1901, Third Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1023).Seattle Public Library (SPL22945).
circa 1899-1901
20 20-83
Seattle Public Library, business blocks using city light
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1190).
circa 1909
20 20-84
Seattle Public Library, 1894-1896, Second home of Seattle Public Library in the Collins Building, built in 1890, at Second Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (631).Seattle Public Library (SPL15355).
undated
20 20-85
Rialto Building, built in 1892, Second Avenue and Madison Street, third home of the Seattle Public Library, 1896-1898
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1025).Seattle Public Library (SPL15402).
undated
20 20-86
Thirty inches of snow cover the Seattle Public Library
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (575).
February 2, 1916
20 20-87
Central Public Library, from Fifth Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1028).
undated
20 20-88
Seattle Public Library, from Fifth Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (E-19).
March 18, 1956
20 20-89
Seattle Public Library, central building, temporary quarters on Seventh Avenue at Olive Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (710).Seattle Public Library (SPL21854).
circa 1957-1960
20 20-90
Seattle Public Library, 1957-1960, temporary quarters at Seventh Avenue and Olive Way. Originally Seattle Electric Co.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1029).Seattle Public Library (SPL21672).
circa 1957-1960
20 20-91
Seattle Public Library, east side of Fourth Avenue between Madison and Spring streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (616-21).
September 22, 1975
20 20-92
Seattle Public Library, viewed from Madison Street from Fourth Avenue, library and U.S. Courthouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (616-20.
September 1975
20 20-93
Seattle Public Library, Foruth Avenue and Madison Street, view from Fifth Avenue and Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1032).
circa 1960
20 20-94
Seattle Public Library, southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Spring Street, with U.S. Courthouse in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (17-3).
October 16, 1977
20 20-95
Library, southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3093).Courtesy Seattle Public Library.
March 17, 1957
20 20-96
Seattle Public Library, lion statue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3081).
August 14, 1957
20 20-97
Seattle Public Library
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3089).
March 17, 1975
20 20-98
Seattle Public Library northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3095).
March 17, 1957
20 20-99
Seattle Public Library site,1906, before demolition of house
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1093).
circa 1904
20 20-100
Seattle Public Library, southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1901).James F. McNaught house, built in 1882.
circa 1909
20 20-101
Seattle Public Library, northwest corner of Madison Street and Fifth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3099).
March 18, 1956
20 20-102
Seattle Public Library, view west from Fifth Avenue between Madison and Srping streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3088).
May 4, 1957
20 20-103
First Hill mansions
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1084).Caption: First Hill "mansions" in 1900. Only a handful of the buildings in the first of Seattle's "good neighborhoods" still stand.Courtesy Seattle Historical Society.
circa 1900
20 20-104
Captain William Ballard House, northwest corner of Minor and Columbia streets, erected 1889
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (961).
undated
20 20-105
John Collins House, northeast corner of Cherry Street and Minor Avenue. Built by Dr. Minor in 1887, demolished in May 1952
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (960).
circa 1909
20 20-106
Northwest corner of Summit Avenue and Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (978).
circa 1958
20 20-107
820 Boren Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (981).
circa 1955
20 20-108
Frye residence, Ninth Avenue and Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (654).
undated
20 20-109
Edward H. Reynold House, at 1730 Yale Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (968).Built in 1890, moved to this address in 1909, demolished 1959.
circa 1952
20 20-110
619 James Street, built 1895
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (973).
undated
20 20-111
Northwest corner of Yesler Way and 29th Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (979).
circa 1954
20 20-112
Henery Yesler Home, Third Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (676).Built in 1883, demolished by fire in 1901.Courtesy Seattle Public Library.
circa 1889-1901
20 20-113
706 North 36th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1900).
March 1955
20 20-114
Robert P. Greer home
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-7).Courtesy Seattle Public Library, "Seattle and Environs."
circa 1920
20 20-115
521 Madison Street, rear view
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1094).
circa 1960
20 20-116
505-511 Eastlake, rear view
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (332).Seattle Public Library (SPL332).
circa 1955
20 20-117
Marguerite Jano residence, 612 Fairview Avenue North, built 1877
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (656).
March 29, 1953
20 20-118
Fairview Avenue at Mercer Street, oldest house
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (E-35).
March 9, 1958
20 20-119
James J. Hill house, built in 1907, 814 East Highland Drive
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (147).
circa 1953
20 20-120
814 East Highland Drive, S. Hill home
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-8).
circa 1918
20 20-121
from Seattle Lighting Annual Report, 1911
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1212).
circa 1911
20 20-122
716 Nob Hill Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1866).
circa 1957
20 20-123
Postcard: A flower garden planted by Louisa B. Denny
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (253).
undated
20 20-124
Postcard: Charles Plummer's Residence, Occidental Avenue at Jackson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (292).
circa 1866
20 20-125
Kellog House, 1327 Boren Avenue, moved in 1903 from the northwest corner of Madison Street and Fifth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (663).
undated
20 20-126
Bailey Gatzert House, northwest corner of Third Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (657).Built in 1870, burned on June 6, 1889.
circa 1880
20 20-127
William Meydenbauer House, on the northeast corner of Third Avenue and Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (660).Built in 1869.
circa 11906
20 20-128
Residence of E.R. Butterworth, Seattle (postcard)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (783).
undated
20 20-129
S.P. Budlong House, Aurora Avenue at Ewing Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1889).Built in 1898.
undated
20 20-130
Green Lake house
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (74-3).Courtesy La Roche, University of Washington.
undated
20 20-131
J.W. Clise's Residence, 128 Highland Drive
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1164).The Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."
1906
20 20-132
Unmarked house
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (36-4).
undated
20 20-133
D.T. Denny house, first cabin at Alki
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1885).Seattle Public Library (SPL19584).
November 26, 1951
20 20-134
James F. McNaught House
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (658).Built in 1882, demolished 1928. Moved to north side of Spring Street in 1905; Hillcrest Hotel 1906-1928; Providence Hospital in background, Central School in upper right corner.
circa 1905
20 20-135
Fourteenth Avenue North, house
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1166).The Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."
1906
20 20-136
William T. Whitney's Residence
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (794).The Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."
1906
Volume 21: Regrades #1
Views of regrade activities circa 1907.
Album item
21 21-1
Second Avenue at Pine Street, view south of construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3195).
1906
21 21-2
Jackson Street regrade, southwest corner of Sixth Avenue and Weller Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2).
August 6, 1908
21 21-3
Third Avenue and Madison Street, regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3519).
March 28, 1907
21 21-4
Jackson Street Regrade, view east from the corner of Weller and Maynard streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton.
October 30, 1908
21 21-5
View northeast from Eighth Avenue and Weller Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton.
March 1908
21 21-6
Jackson Street regrade, view south from Jackson Street and Seventh Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton.
October 30, 1908
21 21-7
South School; view south on Jackson Street Regrade, across Weller Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1138).
August 6, 1908
21 21-8
Jackson Street regrade, view west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (7).
undated
21 21-9
South School, view southeast across upper pit from Tenth Avenue and King Street; Jackson Street regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (163).
1908
21 21-10
Third Avenue regrade, north of Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (8).
undated
21 21-11
Jackson Street regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (14).
undated
21 21-12
Regrade work
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (109).
undated
21 21-13
Regrade work, Jackson Street, looking west from 11th Avenue at King Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (133).
December 28, 1908
21 21-14
Jackson Street Regrade, view northeast from Tenth Avenue at Weller Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3).
February 17, 1909
21 21-15
Jackson Street Regrade, view east from Ninth Avenue and Jackson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4).
April 9,1909
21 21-16
Jackson Street regrade, view north from trestle on Sixth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (135).
June 10, 1908
21 21-17
View east on Pine Street from between First and Second avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3196).
circa 1904
21 21-18
Western Central Labor Hall, at 1506-1510 Second Avenue, view north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3199).
circa 1904-1907
21 21-19
Third Avenue and Columbia Street regrade, view north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3184).
March 28, 1907
21 21-20
Third Avenue and Columbia Street regrade, view wnorth
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3185).
April 13, 1907
21 21-21
Columbia Street and Third Avenue regrade, view west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3183).
February 23, 1907
21 21-22
Third Avenue and Marion Street regrade, view south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3187).
March 23, 1907
21 21-23
Second Avneue and Marion Street, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3189).
February, 23, 1907
21 21-24
Madison Street regrade from Fourth Avenue, view west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3190).
February 23, 1907
21 21-25
Third Avenue regrade at Madison Street, view north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3191).
March 28, 1907
21 21-26
Third Avenue regrade at Madison Street, view south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3192).
March 28, 1907
21 21-27
Third Avenue regrade at Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (9).
undated
21 21-28
View to the south at O&W Passenger Depot, with Fifth Avenue retaining wall in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1037).Courtesy Port of Seattle.
November 11, 1910
21 21-29
Jackson Street entrance to O&W Depot
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1039).Courtesy Port of Seattle.
November 1910
21 21-30
O&W Depot under construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1038).Courtesy Port of Seattle.
November 15, 1910
21 21-31
Oregon-Washington Depot, view north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1040).Courtesy Port of Seattle.
May 20, 1911
21 21-32
Oregon-Washington Depot
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1139).Courtesy Port of Seattle.
January 3, 1910
21 21-33
Jackson Street Regrade, view from Seattle Boulevard north between Fifth and Sixth avenues toward Weller Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1).
undated
21 21-34
Regrade, Madison Street car and trestle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1452).
circa 1908
21 21-35
Denny Way regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3193).Courtesy L. Gowey.
March 23, 1904(?)
21 21-36
Denny Hill Regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3197).
March 23, 1904
21 21-37
Pine Street, between First and Second avenues, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3194).Courtesy L. Gowey.
circa 1905
21 21-38
Pine Street regrade, veiw east between First and Second avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3196).
circa 1904
21 21-39
James Street, with tracks, view east between Second and Third avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1622).
undated
21 21-40
View north at Third Avenue and Columbia Street regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3186).
March 23, 1907
21 21-41
East side of Columbia Street, view of Third Avenue regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3516)
March 28, 1907
21 21-42
View north along Third Avenue at Madison Street regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3520).
February 23, 1907
21 21-43
View north along Third Avenue from Cherry Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3517).
March 28, 1907
21 21-44
View south at Third Avenue and Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3518).
March 23, 1907
21 21-45
Spring Street regrade from alley between Third and Fourth avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3522).
February 23, 1907
21 21-46
Third Avenue regrade, view north from Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3521).
March 23, 1907
21 21-47
View of Third Avenue regrade, south from Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3188).
March 28, 1907
21 21-48
Regrade fill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (10).
undated
21 21-49
"Interest in the sluicing work was unceasing" postcard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (15).
undated
21 21-50
Jackson Street regrade, with King Street at center
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1645).
December 29, 1908
21 21-51
Aerial view north from Seventh Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4217).Courtesy the Seattle Times,July 18, 1982.
circa 1882
21 21-52
View north from the Yesler Way I-5 overpass
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4216).Courtesy the Seattle Times "Now and Then," July 18, 1982.
1982
21 21-53
Sluicing on Jackson Street, Beacon Hill at 11th Avenue and Charles Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1140).
1906
21 21-54
Pipes used for sluicing, near Jackson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (629).
1907
21 21-55
Regrade on a Seattle hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (815).
1907
21 21-56
Madison Street cable car on stilts during thet regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1143).
undated
21 21-57
Regrade superintendents, spectators near regrade project
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1142).
undated
21 21-58
Site of regrades, northern Beacon Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4179).From the Seattle Times "Now and Then," April 10, 1983.
circa 1983
21 21-59
Denny Way regrade, near Fourth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3935).
March 23, 1915
21 21-60
View north from Second Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2057).
1908
21 21-61
Third Avenue, view south at construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-8).
1902
21 21-62
Denny regrade, at Third Avenue view south from Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2502).
1908
21 21-63
Twelfth Avenue Bridge, west on Dearborn Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1169).
March 24, 1913
21 21-64
Dearborn Street at Rainier Avenue, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3890).
March 24, 1913
21 21-65
Dearborn Street at Seventh Avenue South, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3889).
March 24, 1913
21 21-66
Twelfth Avenue South over Dearborn Street, view south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3893).
June 26, 1917
21 21-67
Third Avenue South at Lander Street, view west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3892).
October 22, 1920
21 21-68
Fifth Avenue at Vine Street, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2515).
July 14, 1928
21 21-69
Eleventh Avenue at King Street, view west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (133).
December 1908-1909
21 21-70
Jackson Street regrade, view east from Ninth Avenue between Main and Jackson streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4).
April 9, 1909
21 21-71
View east from King Street Depot. Jackson Street at left, King Street at center; Jackson Street Regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1645).Courtesy Larry Hoffman.
December 29, 1908
21 21-72
Jackson Street regrade, view from Seattle Boulevard, view north between Fifth and Sisth avenues toward Weller Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1).
undated
21 21-73
Triptych of photographs of Denny Hill during and before regrade, with 1964 view including Space Needle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2530).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
1907
Volume 22: Regrades #2 including Denny Hill
Views of Denny Hill before the regrade from the 1890s to 1905. Views of the First Denny Hill regrade from 1905-1911, especially on 2nd and 4th Avenues. Shows exterior and interior views of the Denny Hotel, circa 1902. Also shows the New Washington Hotel under construction in 1907. Views of the Second Denny Hill regrade from 1929-1932, including scenes along 4th, 5th, 6th, and 8th Avenues. Also shows the conveyor belt and barge at the foot of Battery Street and a reversible barge dumping regrade dirt.
Album item
22 22-1
Denny Hill regrade, before; Denny Hill regrade, after
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (515).
April 4, 1928, September 22, 1931
22 22-2
Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4222A).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
circa 1929
22 22-3
Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4222B).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
circa 1929
22 22-4
Ninth Avenue and Denny Way, view west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2513).
July 24, 1928
22 22-5
View west from Eighth Avenue at Lenora Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2512).
July 24, 1928
22 22-6
Broad and John streets, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2514).
July 24, 1928
22 22-7
Denny Regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3011).Caption: Frank Brownfield, on Sixth Avenue, for a time refused to go along with the Denny regrade.Courtesy Seattle Times,September 6, 1964.
circa 1930
22 22-8
Fifth Avenue and Denny Way, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2516).
July 24, 1928
22 22-9
View south from Fifth Avenue at Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2518).
May 10, 1929
22 22-10
View south from Fifth Avenue at Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2517).
September 30, 1929
22 22-11
Foot of Battery Street at water; Denny regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2524).
July 16, 1929
22 22-12
Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4222A).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
circa 1930
22 22-13
Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4222A).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
circa 1930
22 22-14
Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4222B).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
circa 1930
22 22-15
Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4222B).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
circa 1930
22 22-16
Fifth Avenue and Blanchard Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2519).
June 12, 1939
22 22-17
Foot of Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2520).
June 12, 1929
22 22-18
Foot of Battery Street; Denny regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2522).
circa 1929
22 22-19
Foot of Battery Street; Denny regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2521).
circa 1929
22 22-20
Foot of Battery Street, Denny regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2523).
circa 1929
22 22-21
Denny regrade; barge pulling dirt
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2525).
July 15, 1929
22 22-22
Denny regrade; barge moving dirt
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2526).
July 15, 1929
22 22-23
Denny regrade; barge moving dirt
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2527).
July 15, 1929
22 22-24
Denny regrade; barge moving dirt
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2528).
July 15, 1929
22 22-25
Wrecked scow with regrade dirt
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2532).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
October 4, 1929
22 22-26
View east from Fourth Avenue and Bell Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2531).
October 16, 1929
22 22-27
Denny regrade, view south, Second Avenue to Fifth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2498).
circa 1907
22 22-28
View northeast from Fifth Avenue and Blanchard Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2533).
October 16, 1929
22 22-29
D.T. Denny Home
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1852).Constructed in 1870.Courtesy Howard Droker.
September 1911
22 22-30
View west from Fifth Avenue and Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2535).Courtesy Seattle Engineering Dept.
May 16, 1929
22 22-31
View northeast from Fifth Avenue and Blanchard Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2534).Courtesty Seattle Engineering Dept.
October 16, 1929
22 22-32
View north from Fourth Avenue at Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2509).
circa 1908
22 22-33
View northwest at Washington Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2494).
circa 1905
22 22-34
View north from Fourth Avenue and Stewart Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2508).
circa 1908
22 22-35
View north from Fourth Avenue and Blanchard Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2501).
circa 1908
22 22-36
View of Denny Hill regrade, Washington Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-5).
circa 1905
22 22-37
View north from Fourth Avenue and Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2505).
circa 1908
22 22-38
View of Denny Hill regrade, Washington Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2496).
circa 1905
22 22-39
View north at Denny regrade, Washington Hotel from Second Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2506).
circa February 1905
22 22-40
Denny regrade, Washington Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (83-7).Courtesy Seattle Public Library "Seattle and Environs."
circa 1905
22 22-41
View south at Denny regrade, Washington Hotel in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2503).
circa 1905
22 22-42
Denny Hill, new Washington Hotel under construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (6).
circa 1907-1908
22 22-43
Denny Hill, Denny Hotel (Washington Hotel)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3876).
circa 1904
22 22-44
View south from Fifth Avenue at Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3881).
March 20, 1929
22 22-45
View north from Fifth Avenue between Lenora and Blanchard streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3882).
March 20, 1929
22 22-46
Fourth Avenue regrade at site of Metropolitan Center
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (694).
undated
22 22-47
"The Washington Hotel, Seattle's Magnificent Hotel"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2497).
May 1903
22 22-48
Old Denny-Washington Hotel, Third Avenue between Stewart and Virginia streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4174).From the Seattle Times "Now and Then."
Caption: "Looking from the top level of the parking garage at Third Avenue and Stewart Street, this contemporary view shows the former site of the Old Washington Hotel. On the left is the "New Washington Hotel," today's Josephinium, completed in 1908."
May 29, 1983
22 22-49
Regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3982).
undated
22 22-50
Denny regrade, Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (13).
circa 1905
22 22-51
Pine Street, between Second and Third avenues, view east at Denny regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2499).
1905
22 22-52
Denny regrade, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2500).
1905
22 22-53
Denny regrade, nearing completion
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (11).
undated
22 22-54
Denny regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (316).
1929
22 22-55
View north from Sixth Avenue and Battery Street at regrade, tracks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (516).
December 9, 1930
22 22-56
View south at Denny regrade, Sixth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (318).
1929
22 22-57
Denny Park, regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (317).
1929
22 22-58
Denny regrade, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (319).
1929
22 22-59
View east at Fifth Avenue, Denny regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (314).
1929
22 22-60
View east from Fifth Avenue at Battery Street, regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (322).
1929
22 22-61
View north from Sixth Avenue and Westlake Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (320).
1929
22 22-62
View east of Denny regrade from Fifth Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (315).
1929
22 22-63
Denny regrade, Battery Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (321).
1929
22 22-64
Interior of Washington Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3205).Built in 1900-1902.
undated
22 22-65
Denny Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3584).Built in 1890.Later renovated into Washington Hotel. Burned 1906.
undated
22 22-66
Lobby of Washington Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1547).Courtesy the Seattle Times, January 31, 1960.Caption: This was the lobby of the old Washington Hotel. The decorating theme included great rugs, massive furniture and elaborate paneling. These photos were made in 1903 by Asahel Curtis, early-day Seattle photographer, shortly vefore a visit to Seattle by President Theodore Roosevelt. The President made the hotel his headquarters. The hotel was razed in 1907 when the first of a series of regradings of Denny Hill was begun to permit expansion of the city's business district to the north and west toward the foot of Queen Anne Hill.
1903
22 22-67
Washington Hotel, interior
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3203).
undated
22 22-68
Washington Hotel, interior
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3204).
undated
22 22-69
Washington Hotel, regrade, view northeast from Second Avenue and Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3201).
circa 1907
22 22-70
Washington Hotel, Denny regrade, viewed from Second Avenue and Virginia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3202).
circa 1907
22 22-71
Washington Hotel, Denny regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3740).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1907
22 22-72
Denny regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3741).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1910
22 22-73
Denny regrade, view north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3742).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
June 27, 1910
22 22-74
View north at regrade, from between Fourth and Fifth avenues and Stewart Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3739).Courtesy P. Dorpat
1910
22 22-75
View south from Second Avneue at Blanchard Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3743).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1907
22 22-76
View up hill at regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3883).Courtesy P. Dorpat
undated
22 22-77
View north from Fifth Avenue and Lenora Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4153).Courtesy the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," March 28, 1982.
1911
22 22-78
View north at Denny regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3866).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1907
22 22-79
View of Denny regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3869).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1907
22 22-80
View north from Pine Street and Third Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3865).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1906
22 22-81
View toward Denny Hotel, from Sixth Avenue at Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3864).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1904
22 22-82
View of regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3867).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
undated
22 22-83
View of regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3870).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
undated
22 22-84
View north from Ninth Avenue at Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3987).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1903
22 22-85
View north of Denny regrade, over Westlake
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3868).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1907
22 22-86
View southeast from Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3995).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1890
22 22-87
View south at Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4029).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1905
22 22-88
View south at Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4027).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1900
22 22-89
View south at Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4012).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1908
22 22-90
View south at Denny Hill from Queen Anne
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3988).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1896
22 22-91
View south at Denny Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4028).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1906
22 22-92
View east on Third Avenue at King Street, Jackson Street regrade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2544).
January 31, 1916
22 22-93
View northeast at Denny regrade and Queen Anne Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2547).
1932
Volume 23: Market and hotels
Views of the Pike Place Public Market, including food stalls, venders, and surrounding streets.
1907-1978
Album item
23 23-1
Original Market Building, construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1326).
1907
23 23-2
Pike Place Market
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1292).
1910
23 23-3
Pike Street, view east from Pike Place Market
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1322).
1908
23 23-4
Pike Place Market, view north from Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1329).
1909
23 23-5
Pike Place Market vendor
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3071).
July 16, 1960
23 23-6
Pike Place Market vendors
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3087).
circa 1950s
23 23-7
Pike Place Market vendors, fruit stand
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3092).
July 16, 1960
23 23-8
Pike Place Market vendors
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3091).
July 16, 1960
23 23-9
Lower level of Pike Place Market
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1310).
undated
23 23-10
Architectural plan of Pike Place Market
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1293).Caption: Original market building construction; year 1907. We purchased lot 4 in 1906 and the present bulkhead had been constructed by city and extended north. Probable date 1904 or 1905. Later, 1911 the street was raised and bhe bulkhead also. #4043, City of Seattle.
1907
23 23-11
Pike Place Market, Pike Street, view west on First Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1325).
circa 1916
23 23-12
Back side of Pike Place Market under construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1307).
circa 1914-1918
23 23-13
View east on Pike Street from Pike Place Market
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1340).
June 2, 1929
23 23-14
Pike Place Market, view south from Virginia Street at intersection of Western Avenue and Pike Place
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1338).
July 19, 1919
23 23-15
View north from Virginia Street, views of intersection of Elliott Avenue and Western Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1324).
July 19, 1919
23 23-16
View north on Western Avenue of construction of bridge connecting the main Pike Place Market with the Municipal Building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1377).
circa 1921
23 23-17
Interior of Pike Place Market, vendors
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1640).Courtesy Ben Dennis.
undated
23 23-18
Van de Kamps Holland Dutch Bakery stand in Pike Place Market
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1639).Original photograph from Ben Dennis.
undated
23 23-19
1430 Western Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1308).
circa 1930s
23 23-20
1434 Western Avenue at Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1309).
circa 1930s
23 23-21
Aerial view of Pike Plaza project
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1277).
1967
23 23-22
Pike Place Market 70th Anniversary, seen from end of Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (10-11).
August 20, 1977
23 23-23
Northeast corner of Western Avenue at Virginia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1336).
circa 1930
23 23-24
Stewart House, at 82-86 Stewart Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1345).
circa 1930
23 23-25
Aerial view of Pike Plaza area
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1279).
circa 1967
23 23-26
Seattle Public Market, sign
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1059-32).
undated
23 23-27
Seattle Public Market
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1133).
undated
23 23-28
Mayor Wes Uhlman at Pike Place Market 65th Anniversary day
Leslie Hamilton (1344) (photographer)
August 17, 1972
23 23-29
Corner of Pike Place Market building
Leslie Hamilton (1303) (photographer)
1972
23 23-30
Western Avenue, back of Pike Place Market
Leslie Hamilton (1306) (photographer)
1972
23 23-31
Pike Place Market 70th Anniversary, west side of First Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (10-8) (photographer)
August 20, 1977
23 23-32
Pike Place Market 70th Anniversary , west side of First Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (10-9) (photographer)
August 20, 1977
23 23-33
Pike Place Market 70th Anniversary, west side of First Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (10-10) (photographer)
August 20, 1977
23 23-34
Joe Desimon truck
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1339).
1915
23 23-35
Pike Place Market 70th Anniversary, north end of Pike Place, taken from Soames-Dunn Building
Leslie Hamilton (10-15) (photographer)
August 20, 1977
23 23-36
Pike Place Market 70th Anniversary, north end of Pike Place, taken from Soames-Dunn Building
Leslie Hamilton (10-16) (photographer)
August 20, 1977
23 23-37
Seattle Public Market, northwest corner of First Avenue at Pike Street (Pike Place Market)
Leslie Hamilton (10-28) (photographer)
August 29, 1977
23 23-38
Pike Place Public Market, from Pike Place at Stewart Street
Leslie Hamilton (10-22) (photographer)
August 29, 1977
23 23-39
Seattle Public Market, interior
Leslie Hamilton (10-23) (photographer)
August 29, 1977
23 23-40
Seattle Public Market, vegetable stand
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (10-25)
August 29, 1977
Box/Folder
23 23-41
Seattle Public Market, vegetable stand
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (10-26).
August 29, 1977
Album
23 23-42
Seattle Public Market, west side of First Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (13-6) (photographer)
September 11, 1977
23 23-43
View south along Western Avenue from top elevator level of Pike Place Market
Leslie Hamilton (18-5) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
23 23-44
View north along Western Avenue from the top elevator level at Pike Place Market
Leslie Hamilton (19-18) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
23 23-45
View north over Western Avenue at intersection of Pike Place and Western Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (18-7) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
23 23-46
View east along Pike Street Corridor stairs from Elliott Avenue to Public Market
Leslie Hamilton (18-4) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
23 23-47
View east up stairs from Elliott Avenue to Western Avenue and the Pike Place Market, at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (18-2) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
23 23-48
View east up stairs from Western Avenue to Pike Place Market, at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (19-21) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
23 23-49
View west from Western Avenue to Elliott Avenue at Pike Street
Leslie Hamilton (19-20) (photographer)
April 26, 1978
23 23-50
View west at Pike Street corridor from Western Avenue toward Elliott Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (18-0) (photographer)
undated
23 23-51
Entrance to Leland Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1319).
circa 1916
23 23-52
View north on Pike Place from Pike Street (copy of postcard)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1341).
circa 1933
23 23-53
Seattle Public Market
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2677).Courtesy Joan Paulson.
July 1978
23 23-54
Seattle Public Market, Pike Place at Pike Street, view north
Leslie Hamilton (87-17) (photographer)
1971
23 23-55
Pike Street, view west, at main entrance to Pike Place Market
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2675).Courtesy Joan Paulson.
1979
23 23-56
Seattle Public Market, remodeled interior
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2676)Original photograph from Joan Paulson.
1979
23 23-57
View of southeast corner of Pine Street and Pike Place
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2674).original photograph from Joan Paulson.
July 1979
23 23-58
Corner of Western Avenue and Virginia Street, view east
Leslie Hamilton (3497) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-59
Pike Place Market park, view east
Leslie Hamilton (3498) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-60
Seattle Public Market, view southwest in park
Leslie Hamilton (3502) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-61
Pike Place Market park dedication, view south
Leslie Hamilton (3501) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-62
Pike Place Public Market park, view east
Leslie Hamilton (3499) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-63
View south at Pike Place Market park
Leslie Hamilton (3500) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-64
View west in Pike Place Market park
Leslie Hamilton (3503) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-65
View west over water in Pike Place Market park
Leslie Hamilton (3504) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-66
View east in Pike Place Market park at Western Avenue and Virginia Street
Leslie Hamilton (3505) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-67
View south at Pike Place Market place
Leslie Hamilton (3509) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-68
View south at Pike Place Market place
Leslie Hamilton (3508) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-69
View north at Pike Place Market park and parking garage
Leslie Hamilton (3510) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-70
Pike Place Market parking garage and park
Leslie Hamilton (3511) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-71
Pike Street Hill Climb, view west
Leslie Hamilton (3512) (photographer)
May 28, 1982
23 23-72
Pike Place Public Market
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1069).
1907
23 23-73
Waldorf Hotel, on Seventh Avenue at Pike Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (73).Constructed in 1906; architect T. Ryan.
1907
23 23-74
The Washington Hotel (also known as Denny Hotel)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (176).Constructed in 1888-1889; demolished in 1907.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL15228).
circa 1900
23 23-75
View north at Second Avenue and Pine Street, Denny Hotel on hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1549).
circa 1900
23 23-76
Mrs. Francis Guye's boarding house, Occidental Hotel, Slorak's Saloon, at Front and James streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1225).Occidental Hotel built in 1865.
undated
23 23-77
Occidental Hotel, at Front and James streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1230).Built in 1865, demolished around 1883.
1870
23 23-78
Arlington House, on Commercial and Main streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1231).Built 1876, burned June 6, 1889.
undated
23 23-79
Kenneth Hotel (postcard), First Avenue at James Street, view north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3915).
circa 1909
23 23-80
Hotel Stevens
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (P-33).From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."Caption: The Hotel Stevens. Is run on the European plan. Rooms $.75 per day and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.00 per day and up. A first-class family place devoted particularoy to local transient people. Restaurant in connection.
1906
23 23-81
Hotel Seattle, view north on Second Avenue at yesler Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1201).
February 11, 1961
23 23-82
View west on Yesler Way at Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1200).
1961
23 23-83
Old Seattle Hotel, view west at corner of Yesler Way and Second Avneue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3902).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
1960
23 23-84
Olympic Hotel, Fourth Avenue and Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (149).
undated
23 23-85
The Frances rooming house, with Country-City Market on lower floor, at 504 Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3936).Courtesy P. Dorpat
December 4, 1909
23 23-86
Calhoun Hotel, on the northeast corner of Second Avenue and Virginia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (16-0).
October 9, 1977
23 23-87
The Lincoln Hotel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (P-34).From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."
circa 1906
23 23-88
View east at First Avenue and Yesler Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3923).
circa 1960
23 23-89
Olympic Hotel, seen from Fifth Avenue at University Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1222).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
June 14, 1924
23 23-90
Savoy Hotel, at 1214 Second Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (16-3).
October 9, 1977
23 23-91
Savoy Hotel, at 1214 Second Avenue, view of south and east sides, from Third Avenue at Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (10-30).
August 29, 1977
23 23-92
Olympic Hotel, on the northeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Seneca Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-1).Seattle Public Library (SPL11682).
circa 1924
23 23-93
San Marco Apartments, on Spring Street at Minor Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (P).From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Prosperous Washington."
circa 1906
23 23-94
St. Vincent Home for the Aged
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-11).Courtesy the Seattle Public Library, "Seattle & Environs, 1852-1924."
circa 1922
23 23-95
Hotel Kalmar, southeast corner of Sixth Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1227).Constructed 1881, demolished 1963.
circa 1956
23 23-96
Hotel Dixon, on Fremont Avenue and Ewing Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1223).
circa 1901
Volume 24: Churches, hospitals, and cemeteries
Album item
24 24-1
First Methodist Episcopal Church, at Second Avenue and Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (17).Built in 1854.
undated
24 24-2
Plymouth Church (congregational), at the northeast corner of Third Avenue and University Street.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1161).Built in 1891-1892, demolished 1911.
undated
24 24-3
Trinity Parish Church (Episcopal), at Third Avenue and Jefferson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (19).Built in 1870-1871, burned June 6, 1889.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL23062).
1874
24 24-4
First Methodist Church, on the southeast corner of Third Avenue and Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1158).Built in 1887, demolished 1907.Courtesy Seattle Public Library (SPL15194).
undated
24 24-5
First Presbyterian Church, southeast corner of Third Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (669).Built in 1875-1879, demolished 1912.Seattle Public Library (SPL15134).
undated
24 24-6
The Sacred Heart Cathedral
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (31-4).From "Seattle The Queen City."
circa 1906
24 24-7
Our Lady of Good Help Church (Catholic), northeast corner of Third Avenue and Washington Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1162).Built in 1868, moved in 1903 to Fifth Avenue South and Jefferson Street. First Catholic church in Seattle.
undated
24 24-8
First Presbyterian Church, on the southeast corner of Seventh Avenue and Spring Street, with glimpses of AYP
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1207).Built in 1854.
1909
24 24-9
Trinity Parish Church
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1163).From "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1915
24 24-10
Trinity Parish Church (Episcopal) at Eighth Avenue and James Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1157).Built in 1892, burned in 1902, rebuilt in 1903.Seattle Public Library (SPL15351).
undated
24 24-11
Our Lady of Good Help Church (Roman Catholic) on Fourth Avenue South and Washington Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (670).Built in 1868-1870, enlarged in 1883.Seattle Public Library (SPL22812).
undated
24 24-12
Denny Park Lutheran Church, on the north side of John Street, between Dexter and Eighth avenues
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (33-9).Built in 1939.Seattle Public Library (SPL20023).
1950
24 24-13
Stewart Street Baptist Church
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1155).Purchased from German Methodist congregation in 1905.
1952
24 24-14
Stewart Street Baptist church
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1156).Seattle Public Library (SPL19742).
1951
24 24-15
Trinity Church Northwest, on northwest corner of Eighth Avenue and James Street
Leslie Hamilton (2287) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
24 24-16
Trinity Church Northwest, on the northwest corner of Eighth Avneue and James Street
Leslie Hamilton (2288) (photographer)
January 11, 1981
24 24-17
Our Lady of Good Help Church (Roman Catholic), on Fifth Avenue and Jefferson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2672).Moved to this site in 1903-1905, last used in 1949.Seattle Public Library (SPL20032).
1951
24 24-18
View northeast from the Smith Tower, at St. James Cathedral on Ninth Avneue at Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (341).
June 11, 1974
24 24-19
Blessed Sacrament Church (Roman Catholic), at 5041 Ninth Avneue northeast
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2671).Built in 1909.
1951
Box/Folder
24 24-20
St. Spridon, Russian American Orthodox Cathedral, 400 Yale Ave. N.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2670).
1938
Album
24 24-21
St. James Cathedral, on Ninth Avenue between Marion and Columbia streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3528).
circa 1890
24 24-22
St James Cathedral, on Ninth Avenue between Marion and Columbia streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3953).Courtesy P. Dorpat.
circa 1905-1910
24 24-23
Denny gravestone in Lakeview Cemetery
Leslie Hamilton (2150) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
24 24-24
Henry Yesler site, Lakewood Cemetery, All City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2151) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
24 24-25
Lakeview Cemetery, All City Senior Walking Club
Leslie Hamilton (2152) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
24 24-26
Princess Angeline's gravestone, Lakeview Cemetery
Leslie Hamilton (2153) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
24 24-27
Princess Angeline's gravestone, Lakeview Cemetery
Leslie Hamilton (2154) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
24 24-28
Lakeview Cemetery, Arthur Denny family memorial marker
Leslie Hamilton (2149) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
24 24-29
Leary-Ferry gravestone memorial, Lakeview Cemetery
Leslie Hamilton (2148) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
24 24-30
Presbyterian Church on Seventh Avenue at Spring Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1670).Seattle Public Library (SPL20031).Built in 1907.
undated
24 24-31
Wayside Mission Hospital, at the foot of Main Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3223).Built in in the shell of the steamship Idaho in 1891; donated to the Seattle Benevolent Society in 1889; took city's emergency cases from 1899-1904.
undated
24 24-32
Virginia Mason Hospital
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1085).
1920
24 24-33
Providence Hospital
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (82-12).Seattle Public Library's "Seattle & Environs."
circa 1921
24 24-34
Providence Hospital, between Fifth and Sixth avenues and Madison and Spring streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1572).From "Metropolitan Seattle."
1903
24 24-35
Marine Hospital
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2844).Seattle Public Library (SPL20037).Built in 1932.
1932
24 24-36
Marine Hospital
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2845).Seattle Public Library (SPL17789).Built in 1932.
1932
24 24-37
View east toward Harborview Hospital from the Smith Tower
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3084).
May 4, 1957
24 24-38
View north from 12th Avenue South and South Judkins Streettoward Yesler Terrace and Harborview Hospital
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3150).
Januray 30, 1960
24 24-39
Harborview Hospital
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2846).Seattle Public Library (SPL21650).Built in 1929.
1929
Volume 25: Ship Canal
Historical views of the construction of the Hiram H. Chittenden Locks in Ballard from 1912-1917, including views of the surrounding regrade and land fill on Ballard Avenue, 8th, 14th, and 15th Avenues, among others, and the opening of the Lake Washington Ship Canal in 1917. Also includes views of the locks, administration building, Commodore Park, and fish ladders from the 1950s to the early 1980s. Most of the photographs are from the U.S. Army Corps. of Engineers collection.
Box/Folder item
25 25-1
Men and horses working on digging the Lake Washington Ship Canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-12).Copied from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
circa 1911-1917
Album
25 25-2
Aerial view of the Chittenden Locks construction in Ballard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1857).Original photograph from Howard Droker.
1912
25 25-3
Lake Washington Ship Canal and bunkhouse construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2116).Copied from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
circa 1911-1917
25 25-4
Lake Washington Ship Canal construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-10).Copied from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
circa 1911-1917
25 25-5
Lake Washington Ship Canal construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-17).Copied from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
circa 1911-1917
25 25-6
Lake Washington Ship Canal construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-8).Copied from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
circa 1911-1917
25 25-7
Lake Washington Ship Canal, Chittenden Locks at narrows
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-17).Copied from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
circa 1911-1917
25 25-8
Lake Washington Ship Canal construction, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-6).Copied from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
August 1912
25 25-9
Chittenden Locks construction in Ballard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1864)Original photograph from Howard Droker.
1913
25 25-10
Lake Washington Ship Canal construction; Chittenden Locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, concreting miter walls at lower end
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2118).Copied from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
January 19, 1914
25 25-11
Chittenden Locks construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1856).Copied from Howard Droker, University of Washington.
undated
25 25-12
Lake Washington Ship Canal construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1940).Copied from University of Washington, #17, 653.
1914
25 25-13
Lake Washington Ship Canal docks, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (219). .
circa 1911-1917
25 25-14
Lake Washington Ship Canal, Chittenden Locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, Northern Ry. Co's Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-4).Copied from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
July 15, 1915
25 25-15
Lake Washington Ship Canal, view east from Great Northern Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-5).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
April 25, 1914
25 25-16
Government Locks, Ballard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (245, 1939).
undated
25 25-17
View south on 14th Avenue West from West 47th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2284).Reference #1007.
January 4, 1981
Box/Folder
25 25-18
Construciton of locks at previous location of Ballard Store Yard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1014).
undated
25 25-19
View south on 14th Avenue Northwest from West 47th Street; view of company's temporary trestle and height of new fill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1007).
undated
25 25-20
View southeast on West 47th Street toward Ninth Avenue Northwest; view of original track location and preparation for fill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1008).
undated
25 25-21
View of ramp at Eighth Avenue Northwest and West 45th Street, for crossing of Holt & Jeffrey's grading tracks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (732).
undated
25 25-22
View south on 14th Avenue West from West 47th Street
Leslie Hamilton (2283) (photographer)
January 4, 1981
25 25-23
View northon Eighth Avenue Northwest from West 45th Street
Leslie Hamilton (2286) (photographer)
January 4, 1981
25 25-24
View north on Eighth Avenue Northwest from West 45th Street
Leslie Hamilton (2285) (photographer)
January 4, 1981
25 25-25
Intersection ofr Ballard Avenue and West 47th Street; manholes show new grade
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (726).
undated
25 25-26
Preparation for Ballard ship canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (728).
1914
25 25-27
View east on Ballard Way from 17th Avenue Northwest and Ballard Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2281) (photographer)
January 4, 1981
25 25-28
View north on Ballard Avenue and 17th Street Northwest, West 47th Avenue and Ballard Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2282) (photographer)
January 4, 1981
25 25-29
Fill on Ballard Avenue, view north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1005).
September 10, 1914
25 25-30
View north on Ballard Avenue from 17th Avenue Northwest
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (725).
undated
25 25-31
View north on Ballard Avenue from 17th Avenue
Leslie Hamilton (2279) (photographer)
January 4, 1981
25 25-32
View north on Ballard Avenue from 17th Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2280) (photographer)
January 4, 1981
25 25-33
View north on Ballard Avenue from 17th Avenue Northwest
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (725).
1914
25 25-34
View west from the site of the Fremont Bridge and Lake Union outlet to Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3736).Copied from Paul Dorpat.
circa 1910
25 25-35
Fill on Eighth Avenue Northwest and West 45th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (737).
September 10, 1914
25 25-36
Lake Washington Ship Canal, spillway
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-13).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
December 10, 1920 (?)
25 25-37
Men in snow in front of building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-20).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
February 3, 1916
25 25-38
Government Locks, Ballard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1941).
undated
25 25-39
Car on street, with bridge in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-8).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
undated
25 25-40
Opening of locks in Ballard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1859).Copied from Howard Droker, University of Washington.
1916
25 25-41
Lake Washington Ship Canal, Lake Washington Locks at narrows of Salmon Bay; U.S.E.D. launch "orcas" raised to upper level - small lock
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1946).
July 25, 1916
25 25-42
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks opening
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (49-20).Caption: The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks were formally opened on July 4, 1917 with the transit of the Arctic exploration ship ROOSEVELT and the creek becomes a canal.Copied from the Maritime Historical Society.
July 4, 1917
25 25-43
Lake Washington Ship Canal; condition of bank two days after dredging
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2117).
September 25, 1924
25 25-44
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay; lower end of large lock from head of tramway
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2127).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
January 30, 1914
25 25-45
Concrete train
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2125).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
April 5, 1913
25 25-46
Locks construction in Ballard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1858).Copied from Howard Droker, University of Washington.
1913
25 25-47
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, from the top of gravel bunkers looking west, concreting section of north wall, gate contractor's temporary track
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2124).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
April 25, 1914
25 25-48
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay; U.S.E.D. launch orcas in large lock
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2119).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
February 3, 1916
25 25-49
Narrows of Salmon Bay dam site
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2123).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
January 17, 1914
25 25-50
Construcion of Lake Washington Ship Canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-0).
undated
25 25-51
Lake Washington locks and spillway
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1945).
undated
25 25-52
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, concrete shafts for lighting standards
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2126).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
March 29, 1916
25 25-53
Montlake, looking west at Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2120).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
undated
25 25-54
Canal, locks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1943).
1912
25 25-55
Lake Washington Ship Canal, view west from controlling works; Lake Union in the distance. Concrete retaining wall on south side completed. Two piers for Montlake Avenue Bridge on south side and one pier on north side completed
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2111).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
November 21, 1914
25 25-56
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, informal opoening of Large Lock. "Orcas" and "Swinomish" raised to upper level
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2112).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
August , 1916
25 25-57
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, general view from south side of waterway, view toward Puget Sound locks, lockkeepers house
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2115).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
April 11, 1914
25 25-58
Locks construction, Ballard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1856).
1913
25 25-59
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, discharge, opening of culverts south side, lower service gate recess
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-10).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
December 11, 1915
25 25-60
Lake Washignton Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, operating house No. 2, intermediate gate
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-13).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
April 10, 1915
25 25-61
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, looking east from west side of Cofferdam, lower guard gate in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-0).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
October 20, 1914
25 25-62
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, culvert form in block B, looking west from Cofferdam
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-9).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
October 10, 1913
25 25-63
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, view southeast
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-14).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
October 28, 1914
25 25-64
Brooklyn, to which David Denny's streetcar ran, as seen from across Portage Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1130).Caption: Brooklyn, to which David Denny's streetcar ran, in 1902, seen from across Portage Bay. At the top of the hill are the frist buildings of the University of Washington on its present campus (courtesy of the Photography Collection, Suzzallo Library, University of Washington.)
1902
25 25-65
Lake Washington Ccanal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, dam and apron
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-15).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
May 17, 1916
25 25-66
Lake Washington Ship Canal, telephoto view of lock looking east from great northern railroad cos bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-5).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
March 1, 1915
25 25-67
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, stony valve in culvert -- downstream face
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-18).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
1918
25 25-68
Lake Washington Ccanal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, upstream face of intermediate gate
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-16).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
November 17, 1914
25 25-69
Lake Washington Ship Canal, locks at narrows of Salmon Bay, looking into small lock from west cofferdam, end of river
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-3).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
November 22, 1913
25 25-70
Lake Washington Ship Canal construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-2).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
undated
25 25-71
Lake Washington Ship Canal construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1 of 2).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
undated
25 25-72
Cacnal construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2 of 2).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
undated
25 25-73
Lake Washington Ship Canal construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-1).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
undated
25 25-74
Lake Washington Ship Canal construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-11).Copied from of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
undated
25 25-75
View east; annual repair, east end gate, large locks of Chittenden Locks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (0-9).
April 1977
25 25-76
View east; annual repair, center gate, large locks of Chittenden Locks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (0-7).
April 1977
25 25-77
View south on Ballard Avenue from dock place
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (727).
undated
25 25-78
Trestle construction for Everett interurban, at 15th Avenue Northwest and Shilshole Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (724).
April 1977
25 25-79
View south from West 47th Street, view of Holt and Jeffrey's trestle for fill, and progress of hydraulic fill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (729).
undated
25 25-80
Pacific Coast Pipe Company's spur, view north on 15th Avenue Northwest, from West 45th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (730).
undated
25 25-81
View east from point on 14th Avenue Northwest, midway between West 45th Street and West 47th Street, showing N.P. fill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (731).
undated
25 25-82
Fill, on West 47th Street at 17th Avenue Northwest
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (723).
September 10, 1914
25 25-83
View east on West 47th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (733).
September 10, 1914
25 25-84
Broken concrete base on Ballard Avenue between 17th Avenue Northwest and Dock Place
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (734).
undated
25 25-85
Fifteenth Avenue Northwest at Shilshole Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (735).
September 10, 1914
25 25-86
View east on 47th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (736).
September 10, 1914
25 25-87
View of progress of fill on west side of West 47th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1003).
undated
25 25-88
Temporary track over water fill on West 47th Street between Ninth Avenue Northwest and 14th Avenue Northwest
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1002).
undated
25 25-89
View south on 14th Avenue Northwest
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1004).
September 10, 1914
25 25-90
View east on West 47th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1006).
September 10, 1914
25 25-91
Fill, on West 47th Street and Ninth Avenue Northwest
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1009).
September 10, 1914
25 25-92
Hydraulic fill, Fourth Avenue Northwest and West 45th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1010).
September 10, 1914
25 25-93
View west from 15th Avenue and Shilshole Avneue on Shilshole Avenue, showing pile bulkhead for new fill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1011).
undated
25 25-94
Strap crossing West 45th Street and Leary Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1012).
undated
25 25-95
Magnolia Mill spur, West 47th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1013).
September 10, 1914
25 25-96
View of trestle consstructed in connection with fill, view south on 14th Avenue Northwest from West 45th Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1015).
undated
25 25-97
Government locks, view north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3117).
October 1958
25 25-98
Hiram H. Chittenden Government Locks, view west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3118).
September 1, 1959
25 25-99
Hydraulic fill,
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1016).
September 10, 1914
25 25-100
Hiram Chittenden Locks, view north at sign
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3124).
August 10, 1957
25 25-101
Chittenden Locks, view east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3122).
August 12, 1956
25 25-102
View east at boats in large Chittenden Locks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3116).
June 16, 1961
25 25-103
East entrance to Chittenden locks, view north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3123).
August 9, 1957
25 25-104
Chittenden Locks, view east at ship
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3119).
August 1958
25 25-105
Chittenden Locks, view north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3121).
August 12, 1956
25 25-106
East view of Chittenden Locks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3115).
June 19, 1961
25 25-107
View east toward Chittenden Locks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3114).
July 4, 1961
25 25-108
View south at Chittenden Locks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3120).
August 12, 1956
25 25-109
View east at Government Locks Spillway
Leslie Hamilton (1973) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-110
View northeast at Government Locks Spillway
Leslie Hamilton (1986) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-111
Spectators viewing small locks, looking south
Leslie Hamilton (1983) (photographer)
Juy 12, 1980
25 25-112
Saltwater barrier, bottom of small locks
Leslie Hamilton (1976) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-113
Commodore Park, south side of Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (1974) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-114
Commodore Park, south side of Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (1978) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-115
South side of Chittenden locks
Leslie Hamilton (1979) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-116
View west at small lock in Chittenden locks
Leslie Hamilton (1980) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-117
Commodore Park, view south from Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (1981) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-118
Commodore Park, view south from Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (1982) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-119
Commodore Park, view southwest from Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (1975) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-120
View west from Commodore Park
Leslie Hamilton (1984) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-121
View north at grounds of Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (1985) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-122
Entrance to Fish Ladder in Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (1977) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-123
Lake Washington Ship Canal, looking west from Commodore Park
Leslie Hamilton (1987) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-124
Lake Washington Ship Canal, looking west from Commodore Park
Leslie Hamilton (1988) (photographer)
July 12, 1980
25 25-125
View of Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (49-1) (photographer)
October 30, 1978
25 25-126
View of Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (49-2) (photographer)
October 30, 1978
25 25-127
View of Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (49-3) (photographer)
October 30, 1978
25 25-128
View of Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (49-4) (photographer)
October 30, 1978
25 25-129
View of Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (49-5) (photographer)
October 30, 1978
25 25-130
View of Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (49-6) (photographer)
October 30, 1978
25 25-131
Entrance to Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, Northwest 54th Street and 31st Avenue Northwest
Leslie Hamilton (I-19) (photographer)
January 1977
25 25-132
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, view of sign
Leslie Hamilton (I-20) (photographer)
January 1977
25 25-133
View south inside gate to Hiram M. Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (I-27) (photographer)
January 1977
25 25-134
View east -- parking area on Northwest 54th Avenue for U.S. Government Locks
Leslie Hamilton (I-18) (photographer)
January 1977
25 25-135
Administration Building for Chittenden Locks, view south
Leslie Hamilton (I-24) (photographer)
January 1977
25 25-136
Government Locks, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers building
Leslie Hamilton (I-28) (photographer)
January 1977
25 25-137
View south at the Administration Building for the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (I-25) (photographer)
January 1977
25 25-138
Plaque on Administration Building for Hiram M. Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (I-21) (photographer)
Plaque: Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Dedication of these locks, 4 July 1917-4 July 1967; This plaque placed in public ceremony sponsored by Magnolia Community Club, Co-operating with Seattle District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
January 1977
25 25-139
View northeast at entrance boulevard to Hiram M. Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (I-23) (photographer)
Januray 1977
25 25-140
View northeast at Administration Building to Hiram M. Chittenden Locks; annual repair of large locks, center gate
Leslie Hamilton (0-11) (photographer)
April 1977
25 25-141
View west at annual repair of center gate of large part of Hiram M. Chittenden locks
Leslie Hamilton (12-0) (photographer)
April 1977
25 25-142
Ballard Locks, view west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (165).
October 30, 1978
25 25-143
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks fish ladder, viewing window
Leslie Hamilton (0-10) (photographer)
April 1977
25 25-144
Postcard: Lake Union, Queen Anne Hill, and Fremont view west from Roanoke
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (49-17).Caption: Lake Union, Queen Anne Hill, and Fremont looking West from Roanoke about 1890. Gas Plant Point is the low wooded area above and left of the large house, and the town of Edgewater is in the bight beyond. The street car trestle can be seen along the far shore of Lake Union.Copied from the Maritime Historical Society.
1890
25 25-145
"Aura's" Crew, westbound in Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (2092) (photographer)
August 19, 1980
25 25-146
"Aura's" crew, in Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (2091) (photographer)
August 19, 1980
25 25-147
Craft "Aura" in Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (2090) (photographer)
August 19, 1980
25 25-148
Craft "Aura" in Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (2093) (photographer)
August 19, 1980
25 25-149
The "Aura," belonging to Thom and Karen, at end of Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (2086) (photographer)
August 19, 1980
25 25-150
The "Aura," belonging to Thom and Karen, at east end of Chittenden Locks; Thom, Karen, Laura, Bill B.
Leslie Hamilton (2087) (photographer)
August 19, 1980
25 25-151
Sailing day of the "Aura," at east end of Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (2088) (photographer)
August 19, 1980
25 25-152
The "Aura" in Chittenden Locks
Leslie Hamilton (2089) (photographer)
August 19, 1980
25 25-153
Tom Hamilton's boat
Leslie Hamilton (1789) (photographer)
May 4, 1980
25 25-154
The "Aura"
Leslie Hamilton (1788) (photographer)
May 4, 1980
25 25-155
Tom Hamilton's boat under I-5 freeway bridge
Leslie Hamilton (1792) (photographer)
May 5, 1980
25 25-156
The "Aura" westbound from locks
Leslie Hamilton (2094) (photographer)
August 19, 1980
25 25-157
Montlake cut looking west at Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2121).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
undated
25 25-158
Excavation in Lake Washington Cacnal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1763).Copied from SPS Tech World Magazine.
1910
25 25-159
Lake Washington Ship Canal between the lakes, looking over Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (218).
undated
25 25-160
Tracks in ditch
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1874).
undated
25 25-161
Craft "Aura" in water
Leslie Hamilton (2095) (photographer)
August 19, 1980
25 25-162
Craft "Aura" in water, westbound from locks
Leslie Hamilton (2095) (photographer)
August 19, 1980
25 25-163
Montlake cut
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1948).Caption: The Lake Washington Improvement Company undertook the construction of the canal as a private venture in 1883 after the failure to secure federal assistance. Those interested in harbor facilities on Salmon Bay and Lake Union and the adjacent lands -- also those holding lands in Black River Valley where floods would be prevented by the lowering of Lake Washington -- were the principal subscribers. This company opened a log canal from Lake Washington to Lake Union, and Wa Chong contracted to excavate a canal from Lake Union to Salmon Bay. This canal made possible the lumber mills at Ballard.
undated
25 25-164
Ballard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1937).
undated
25 25-165
Lake Washington Ship Canal, view west from the controlling works, Lake Union in the distance, concrete retaining walls on south side completed. Two piers for Montlake Avenue Bridge on the south side and one pier on the north side completed
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-2).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
November 21, 1914
25 25-166
Lake Washington trestle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-20).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
undated
25 25-167
Lake Washington Locks construction
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1944).
undated
25 25-168
Digging the Lake Washington Ship Canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1767).Copied from SPS Tech World Magazine.
1910
25 25-169
Aerial view of the Lake Washington Ship Canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-12).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
undated
25 25-170
View north at Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3884).Copied from Paul Dorpat.
September 15, 1915
25 25-171
View of locks at narrows, erecting first concrete crane, view northeast
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2122).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
January 7, 1913
25 25-172
Ship entering the Lake Washington Ship Canal, Ray's Boathouse
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2842).Copied from Jug Nolze.Caption: This view of World War II Miki entering the Lake Washington Ship Canal at Shilshole Bay shows Rays Boathouse, Tregoning Boatyard and part of Ballard.
undated
25 25-173
Lake Washington: digging the canal between Lake Union and Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (172).Copied from Seattle Public Library (SPL14126).
circa 1915
25 25-174
View west over Lake Washington Ship Canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1747).Copied fromSeattle Times.
June 8, 1908
Volume 26: Ship Canal
Views of the Portage Canal (Montlake Cut) and the construction of the Ship Canal, circa 1900-1916; Lake Union and Portage Bay, 1950s-1980; Fremont and the Fremont ship canal, 1893-1981; views of Ballard and Salmon Bay, 1893-1977; and Shilshole Bay, circa 1900.
Box/Folder item
26 26-1
Montlake and Portage Bay, Lake Union in foreground, Lake Washington in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1955).
1909
26 26-2
Montlake viaduct adjoining University of Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1956).
undated (turn of the century)
26 26-3
Portage Bay before the building of the ship canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1124).
1916
26 26-4
Montlake Cut, logs floating in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-3/1949).Canal, Lake Washington to Lake Union Ca. late 1860's for bringing logs from Lake Washington to Lake Union. Transported coal barges Ca. 1872.
1910
26 26-5
Montlake Cut, log floating through gate
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1542).
undated
26 26-6
Montlake Cut, logs floating in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1954).
undated
26 26-7
Portage Canal, man working in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1861).Copied from MOHAI.
Ca. 1910
26 26-8
Portage Canal looking west, man walking on log as it floats down the canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1862).Copied from of MOHAI.
1906
26 26-9
Bridge over Montlake Cut
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1059).
undated
26 26-10
Montlake Cut before the blast
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1952).
October 26, 1910
26 26-11
Montlake Cut gates
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1950).
1910
26 26-12
Montlake Cut with gates in the far distance
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1953).
undated
26 26-13
Ship canal under construction, looking west from Fremont
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3918).Copied from Seattle Engineering.
May 4, 1916
26 26-14
Montlake Cut, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2114).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
undated
26 26-15
Ships going down the Montlake Cut on opening day
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1705).Original photograph from Joe D. Williamson.
1916
26 26-16
Ship canal and Lake Union spillway at Fremont
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1491).
Ca. 1910
26 26-17
Construction on Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3949).Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
October 9, 1914
26 26-18
Ships going down the Montlake Cut
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1702).Original photograph from Joe D. Williamson (5736-14).
undated
26 26-19
Latona Bridge over Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1460).
Ca.1890's
26 26-20
Wooden Stave Aqueduct crossing Lake Union at Seventh Avenue (later replaced by Lake Union Water Works Tunnel
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1535).Copied from the History of the Engineering Department.
August 10, 1916
26 26-21
Aerial view of Lake Union with Wooden Stave Aqueduct at right
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (429).
Ca. 1916
26 26-22
Aerial view of east side of Lake Union, Stone Way Bridge at center
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1959).
Ca. 1911-1917
26 26-23
Stone Way Bridge over Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1437).Original photograph from Joe D. Williamson.
Ca. 1911-1917
26 26-24
Aerial view of Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1707).Original photograph from Joe D. Williamson (4642-2).
undated
26 26-25
Ship "Monongahela" sailing under the Aurora Bridge (George Washington Memorial Bridge) before the final middle section is placed
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1624).Original photograph from Joe D. Williamson.
1933
26 26-26
Aerial view of downtown Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1756).Copied from the Seattle Public LibraryPicture appeared in S. Grade Club Magazine July 1927.
1924
26 26-27
Fremont
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (72-16/1964).
1893
26 26-28
Aerial view of Fremont
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1960)."Fremont - 1902. Promoted by L.H. Griffith and named for his home town in Nebraska. He was interested in the Lake Union Line to provide transportation and increase the values of his properties. The road was constructed on a trestle and constructed from both ends. When his money gave out before the ends were connected he secured additional funds from those interested in completing the line".
1902
26 26-29
Fremont, clearcut area in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1961).
1902
26 26-30
Fremont waterfront
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1965).
undated
26 26-31
Fremont District looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (49-12).Copied from the Maritime Historical Society."The Fremont District in 1903. The view is North with the bridge over the creek in the foreground. The mill at the right is North of the creek and the dam is out of the picture at the right".
1903
26 26-32
South end Fremont Bridge, Earl Signor Groceries at right
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1537).Copied from "History of the Engineering Department".
March 18, 1915
26 26-33
Canal, excavating below Fremont Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-15).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
1912
26 26-34
Aerial view of Fremont Bridge over canal, looking west toward Ballard from the Aurora Bridge
Leslie Hamilton (596B) (photographer)
June 30, 1975
26 26-35
Lake Washington Canal, dam and spillway at Fremont Avenue looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-6).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
December 11, 1914
26 26-36
Lake Union Dam washout, north end of Stoneway Bridge in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1534).Copied from History of the Engineering Department
March 13, 1914
26 26-37
Ditch between Lake Union and Salmon Bay that will be enlarged to become part of the canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1760).Copied from SPS, Technical World Magazine, 1910.
1910
26 26-38
Montlake Cut, showing the water of Lake Washington entering Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1291).
undated
26 26-39
Portage Bay and Lake Washington before the Montlake Cut is finished, water spilling over from Lake Union as the canal is being cut
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (816).
1916
26 26-40
Lake Washington canal construction from Montlake, looking west toward Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3921).Copied from Seattle Engineering.
November 22, 1913
26 26-41
Lake Union outlet, Wooden Stave Aqueduct in the background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (50-7).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
1912
26 26-42
Dam at Fremont
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1875).
Ca. 1910
26 26-43
Ship Canal and Lake Union spillway at Fremont
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1491).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
undated
26 26-44
Dam and spillway at Fremont, Queen Anne Hill to the right and Fremont to the left
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (49-11).Copied from the Maritime Historical Society.
1907
26 26-45
Lake Union looking east from Fremont
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (49-16).Copied from the Maritime Historical Society."The temporary bridge from Westlake Ave. to the foot of Stone Way was completed in 1911. Signor's store is at the far right and it was here the many of the adventures mentioned originated or took place".
undated
26 26-46
Ballard, suburb on Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1759)Copied from SPS, Technical World Magazine, 1910.
1910
26 26-47
Salmon Bay looking east, Ballard in the distance
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1764).Copied from SPS, Technical World Magazine, 1910.
1910
26 26-48
Aerial view of Ballard, looking North from Queen Anne Hill near 14th Avenue west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2-4)
Ca. 1906
26 26-49
Entrance to Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1951).
undated
26 26-50
Town of Ballard before it became part of Seattle, looking north from Queen Anne Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (40-16).
1902
26 26-51
Ballard, looking from lower Queen Anne Hill across Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (49-13).Copied from the Maritime Historical Society."This 1893 view of Ballard was taken from lower Queen Anne Hill across Salmon Bay. The low trestle in the foreground carried Great Northern tracks across the shallow tidal bay to the Ballard shore where they continued west to the Sound".
1893
26 26-52
Seattle in the early 1870's
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3847).Copied from Seattle Post Intelligencer , December 30, 1962.
Ca. 1870's
26 26-53
Canal and Salmon bay from the vicinity of Ruffner Street and alley between 12-13th Avenue West, Ballard Bridge at bottom
Leslie Hamilton (35-2) (photographer)
July, 1978
26 26-54
Aerial view of Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1853).Copied from SHS (MOHAI).
January, 1914
26 26-55
Salmon Bay and Fishermen's Terminal, looking northeast toward the Northern Pacific Railway Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (49-20).Copied from the Maritime Historical Society.
June 23, 1915
26 26-56
Ballard and Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1962).
1912
26 26-57
Children with a boat on the shore of Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1879).
circa early 1900's
26 26-58
Salmon Bay, looking west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1860).
undated
26 26-59
Shilshole Bay, east island
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1880).Copied from MOHAI.
Ca. 1900
26 26-60
Dipper dredge at work on Lake Washington Ship Canal, connecting Puget Sound with Shilshole Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2113).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Ca. 1914
26 26-61
United States merchant vessel "WT&B Co," going through a canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1854).Copied from MOHAI.
1908
26 26-62
Buttler Construction Co. and the Great Northern Pier on Shilshole Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1938/1878).
undated
26 26-63
Boat builders pushing a boat into the water
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1863)Copied from MOHAI.
Ca. 1908
26 26-64
"The Narrows" enterance to Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1769).Copied from SPS,Technical World Magazine, 1910.
Ca. 1910
26 26-65
Seattle Boiler Works on the corner of Shilshole and 24th Avenue NW, looking across Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1704).Original photograph from Joe D. Williamson (4812-3).
1914
26 26-66
Cabin of "Shilshoh Charlie", last of the Shilshoh Indians
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (414).Accompanying text "North Queen Anne youngsters of pioneer days well remember the Salmon Bay 'beach shack' shown in the photograph on the opposite page. While the photographer has designated it on the print as 'Salmon Bay Charley's Home', the lone occupant was also known as Shilshoh Charley, and this shack was undoubtedly the final home of the last remaining member of the Shilshoh Indian tribe, which in days long gone had ruled the land thereabouts. Shilshoh Charley, as we prefer to call him, was living at Salmon Bay, with a few remaining members of his tribe, when Dr. Henry A. Smith filed on his donation claim adjoining the bay in 1853. He was even then well past his majority in years. Just when this Charley passed away is not quite clear, at this late date, but he was still alive in the 90's, and living in this shack, as many of the boys of that period still here had visited the quaint home and chatted with Charley. As with most aboriginies his age was largely a matter of conjecture, but unquestionably well beyond the biblical three score and ten. Long before the coming of the white man there was no doubt that Charley's Shilshoh tribe had been a large group of consequence and power. On the statement of Dr. Smith and others he was at the end recognized as the last known member of his tribe. The shack and Charley are both long since gone. Since this photograph was taken the canals were constructed, the locks built, and the entire Salmon Bay shore area as been filled and straightened out and completely changed. Before the locks were built the water in Salmon Bay rose and fell with the tides in the Sound. Charley's shack was built largely from driftpieces of timber brought in by the tides. No one who ever visited this queer driftwood shack and talked with its equally queer occupant will ever forget the experience".
undated
26 26-67
Ship going through the Lake Washington Ship Canal
Leslie Hamilton (2333) (photographer)
August 1958
26 26-68
Logs going through a ship canal
Leslie Hamilton (2334) (photographer)
July 27, 1962
26 26-69
Passenger steamer "Latrona" on Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1517).
Ca. 1889
26 26-70
Seattle fire boat "Alki"
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1723).Original photograph from Jim Hamilton.
1977
26 26-71
Lake Washington and Montlake Cut
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-3/1949).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Ca. 1910
26 26-72
Houses on an unidentified waterfront, clearcut trees in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1518).
undated
26 26-73
Looking down on the University District from Boulevard
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1816).Copied from Seattle Public Library.
December 21, 1918
26 26-74
Looking east at the University Bridge
Leslie Hamilton (1790) (photographer)
May 4, 1980
26 26-75
Looking east at University Bridge going up to let ships pass
Leslie Hamilton (1791) (photographer)
May 4, 1980
26 26-76
Lake Washington, outlet of Union Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (34).Copied from Seattle Public Library (SPL14157).
1893
26 26-77
Ships pass under the fully raised Fremont Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1439).Original photograph from Joe D. Williamson (5736-10).
July 4, 1916
26 26-78
Logs floating throught the Lake Washington Ship Canal under the Aurora Bridge, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4026).Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
Ca. 1930's
26 26-79
Enterance to canal and Lake Washington, looking from 15th Avenue E. and East Olin Place
Leslie Hamilton (2146) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
26 26-80
Union Bay, looking northeast from 15th Avenue and East Olin Place
Leslie Hamilton (2147) (photographer)
September 29, 1980
26 26-81
Montlake Bridge Cut, looking west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3922).Copied from Seattle Engineering.
September 12, 1914
26 26-82
Portage Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1958).
February 21, 1951
26 26-83
Tugboat pulling a largecargo vessel up the canal, looking east from 2nd and 3rd Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2747) (photographer)
August 23, 1981
26 26-84
Three small boats passing a tugboat pulling a large cargo vessel up the canal, looking east from 2nd and 3rd Avenue North
Leslie Hamilton (2748) (photographer)
August 23, 1981
26 26-85
Tugboat pulling large cargo vessel up the canal, looking northeast from Second and Third Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2749)
August 23, 1981
26 26-86
Cargo on a large vessel going up the canal, looking north from Second and Third Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2750)
August 23, 1981
26 26-87
Boat pushing large cargo vessel up the canal, looking west from Second and Third Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2751) (photography)
August 23, 1981
26 26-88
Boat pushing large cargo vessel up the canal, small boat passing at left, looking west from Second and Third Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2752)
August 23, 1981
26 26-89
Small boats on the canal, looking west from Second and Third Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2746) (photographer)
August 23, 1981
26 26-90
Small boats going both directions down the canal, looking north from Second and Third Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2745)
August 23, 1981
26 26-91
Fremont Park, looking northwest from Thirty-fouth and northwest Canal Street
Leslie Hamilton (2744)
August 23, 1981
26 26-92
Ballard Bridge, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2686).
Ca. 1956
26 26-93
Aerial view of Ballard Bridge, logs floating on the water to right
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-10).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
undated
26 26-94
Aerial view of canal with the Fremont Bridge raised to let ship pass at left
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (48-11).Copied from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
undated
26 26-95
Lake Washington Canal locks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (245/1939).
undated
26 26-96
Salmon Bay and Fishermen's Terminal, looking west with the Great Northern Railroad bridge at 35th Avenue N.W. and Shilshole Bay in the distance
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (49-18/1853).Copied from the Maritime Historical Museum.
April 11, 1914
26 26-97
Seattle Cedar Mill, 1540 west Fourty-sixth Street, northwest end of Ballard Bridge
Leslie Hamilton (33-11) (photographer)
July 13, 1978
26 26-98
Seattle Cedar Mill fire, west side of Ballard Bridge, Fifteenth Avenue West at north end
Leslie Hamilton (15-14) (photographer)
May 20, 1958
26 26-99
Fireboats fighting the Seattle Cedar Mill fire in Ballard
Leslie Hamilton (2966) (photographer)
May 20, 1958
26 26-100
Fireboats hosing the flames of the Seattle Cedar Mill fire in Ballard
Leslie Hamilton (2967) (photographer)
May 20, 1958
26 26-101
Fireboat "Alki" fighting the flames of the Seattle Cedar Mill fire in Ballard
Leslie Hamilton (2968) (photographer)
May 20, 1958
26 26-102
Seattle Cedar Mill, northwest of the Ballard Bridge
Leslie Hamilton (2965) (photographer)
1955
26 26-103
Seattle Cedar Mill, looking west from the Ballard Bridge
Leslie Hamilton (2971) (photographer)
March 19, 1960
26 26-104
Northeast Northlake Way, parallel to Lake Union shoreline at about 4th Avenue Northeast, Ivar's Floating Restaurant at right
Copied by Leslie Hamiltong (517).
Ca. 1960's
26 26-105
Trolley going over Lake Union on the Stoneway Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton.
February 1912
26 26-106
Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamiltong (1957).
1910
26 26-107
Aftermath of the Seattle Cedar Mill fire, view from the Ballard Bridge, 15th Avenue West at north end
Leslie Hamilton (15-11) (photographer)
May 26, 1977
26 26-108
Fremont and Westlake streetcar trestle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (72-16/1964).
1893
26 26-109
Fremont Bridge with Ballard Bridge in the distance, looking west from the Aurora Bridge on the northeast slope of Queen Anne Hill
Leslie Hamilton (598) (photographer)
June 30, 1975
26 26-110
Woman walks down a hill toward the Fremont Bridge, Hardwoods Inc., C.A. Newell Co. and Bowles Northwest Co. at right
Leslie Hamilton (1-30) (photographer)
undated
26 26-111
Canal and Fremont Bridge, looking west from the Aurora Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2973).
1962
26 26-112
Canal and Montlake Bridge, looking east
Leslie Hamilton (2972) (photographer)
July 2, 1963
26 26-113
Canal and Lake Union, looking northeast from 5th Avenue North and Lynne Street
Leslie Hamilton (3164) (photographer)
May 22, 1955
26 26-114
Gas Plant with University District in background, view from Queen Anne Hill (5th Avenue North and Lynne Street)
Leslie Hamilton (2369) (photographer)
January 26, 1958
Volume 27: Ship Canal, Fremont, and Ballard
Views of the Lake Washington Ship Canal, Ballard waterfront, Salmon Bay, Fishermen's Terminal, Shilshole Locks entrance, and the Shilshole Marina, 1908-1970s.
Box/Folder item
27 27-1
Logs floating on Salmon Bay
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1438).Original photograph from Joe D. Williamson (4812-4).
undated
27 27-2
Lake Washington with Laurelhurst in the background, looking northeast from Capitol Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1370).Copied from Seattle Public Library (SPL22885).
Ca. 1880
27 27-3
People sitting on the south side of the canal at about Third Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2587) (photograph)
July 12, 1981
27 27-4
South side of the canal at about Third Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2592) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
27 27-5
Ship sailing on the south side of the canal, west of Third Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2588) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
27 27-6
Running shoes, part of the sclupture "Reality Relics, Lunch Bag and Running Shoes" by Anita K. Fisk, 1981, northwest Thirty-fourth Avenue and Canal Street
Leslie Hamilton (2589) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
27 27-7
Lunch bag on a bench, part of the sclupture "Reality Relics, Lunch Bag and Running Shoes" by Anita K. Fisk, 1981, northwest Thirty-fourth Avenue and Canal Street
Leslie Hamilton (2590) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
27 27-8
Side view of lunch bag on a bench, part of the sclupture "Reality Relics, Lunch Bag and Running Shoes" by Anita K. Fisk, 1981, northwest Thirty-fourth Avenue and Canal Street
Leslie Hamilton (2590) (photogrpaher)
July 12, 1981
27 27-9
Ross Creek Mosaic at Fremont Park, northwest Thirty-fourth Avenue and Canal Street
Leslie Hamilton (2595) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
27 27-10
Full view of Ross Creek Mosaic at Fremont Park, northwest Thirty-fourth Avenue and Canal Street
Leslie Hamilton (2596) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
27 27-11
Aerial view of Lake Washington Ship Canal with the Government Locks in front of the Great Northern Railway Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1747).Copied from SPS, Seattle Times June 6, 1958.
June 6, 1958
27 27-12
The Hotel Dixon on Fremont and Ewing Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1223).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL15267).
1901
27 27-13
Trolley coming around the corner at Ballard Avenue and Twentieth Avenue Northwest, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3962).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
Ca. 1909
27 27-14
View of the Ballard Bridge area looking northwest
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3960).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
Ca. 1906
27 27-15
Aerial view of the Lake Washington Ship Canal, with Great Northern Railway Bridge and Government Locks in the foreground, and the Ballard Bridge and Aurora Bridge in the background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (398).Copied from the Seattle Public Libary (SPL21652).
undated
27 27-16
Ships sailing down the Montlake Cut, people watching from both shores
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1705).Original photograph from Joe D. Williamson (5736-7).
undated
27 27-17
South side of the Lake Washington Ship Canal, approximately from Queen Anne Avenue to 2nd Avenue West
Leslie Hamilton (2586) (photographer)
July 12, 1981
27 27-18
Fishermans Terminal and Phinney District with Ballard Bridge at center, looking from 26th Avenue West and West Dravus Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (338F).
April 24, 1974
27 27-19
Aerial view of Lake Washington Ship Canal with Ballard Bridge raised to let a ship pass, Fishermans Terminal at lower right
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (84-19).Copied from Seattle Discovered.
December 26, 1979
27 27-20
Aerial view close up of the Ballard Bridge raised to let a ship pass
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (84-20).Copied from Seattle Discovered.
December 26, 1979
27 27-21
Looking north at the Ballard waterfront
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1865).Copied from MOHAI.
Ca. 1910
27 27-22
Lake Washington Ship Canal, dam and spillway at Fremont Avenue, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2110).Copied from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
December 11, 1914
27 27-23
Latona Bridge, first Eastlake bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1460).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
early 1890's
27 27-24
Lake Washington Ship Canal, looking north from 600 Boulevard on West Emerson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (57-5).
January 15, 1979
27 27-25
Closer view of Lake Washington Ship Canal, looking north from 600 Boulevard on West Emerson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (57-6).
January 15, 1979
27 27-26
Aurora Bridge, looking northe from 4th Avenue North near Newell Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (37-).
1976
27 27-27
View of Lake Union, looking from First Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-11).Copied from Seattle Then and Now.
Ca.1975
27 27-28
North side of the Lake Washington Ship Canal, looking approximately from the foot of 16th-17th Avenue Northwest
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (52-8).
October 14, 1978
27 27-29
Seattle Cedar Mill at 1540 West 46th Street, northwest end of the Ballard Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (52-7).
October 14, 1978
27 27-30
Ships on Lake Union, looking west from Queen Anne Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1296b).
Ca. 1920
27 27-31
Montlake Cut
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3176).Copied from "Lake Washington Story" Pg. 30.
Ca. 1884-1885
27 27-32
Gasplant Park, I-5 Bridge and canal, looking from Fifth Avenue and Lynn Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (30-0).
June 1976
27 27-33
Fishermen's Terminal from the vicinity of Ruffner and alley between Twelfth-Thirteenth Avenue West and West Nickerson Street, interchange in center foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (35-0).
July 19, 1978
27 27-34
Canal viewed from vicinity of Ruffner Street and alley between Twelfth-Thirteenth Avenue West, Ballard Bridge at left
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (35-9).
July 19, 1978
27 27-35
Canal viewed from vicinity of Ruffner Street and alley between Twelfth-Thirteenth Avenue West, Ballard Bridge raised to let ship pass
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (35-7).
July 19, 1978
27 27-36
Salmon Bay, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3110).
1957
27 27-37
Seattle Cedar Mill at 1540 West 46th Street, northwest end of the Ballard Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (33-10).
July 13, 1978
27 27-38
Looking northeast at Lake Washington Ship Canal, tip of Gasplant Park at left
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (860).
1976
27 27-39
Old Seattle gas plant with I-5 freeway bridge in background, looking northeast from Lynn Street and Taylor Avenue North
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (746B).
September 6, 1966
27 27-40
Ballard Bridge raised for opening day of yacht seaton
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-5).Copied from Seattle Public Library, Seattle Discovered.
Ca. 1978
27 27-41
Fishermen's Terminal on Salmon Bay, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (3112) (photographer)
April 1956
27 27-42
Fishermen's Terminal and Shilshole Bay, looking west from the Ballard Bridge
Leslie Hamilton (3113) (photographer)
April 1956
27 27-43
Fishermen's Terminal on Salmon Bay, looking north, two men standing at front left
Leslie Hamilton (3111) (photographer)
April, 1957
27 27-44
Crab trap, Fishermen's Terminal on Salmon Bay
Leslie Hamilton (3109) (photographer)
September 18, 1963
27 27-45
Nets and floats drying, Fishermen's Terminal on Salmon Bay
Leslie Hamilton (3108) (photographer)
September 15, 1963
27 27-46
Boat coming up the Shilshole enterance to the locks, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (3101) (photographer)
June 5, 1960
27 27-47
Ship coming up the Shilshole enterance to the locks, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (3100) (photographer)
June 5, 1960
27 27-48
Shilshole Moorage, looking east
Leslie Hamilton (3107) (photographer)
January 17, 1960
27 27-49
Shilshole Moorage, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (3097) (photographer)
January 17, 1960
27 27-50
Boats parked at the Shilshole Moorage on the Shilshole Bay Marina
Leslie Hamilton (3099) (photogrpaher)
April 10, 1960
27 27-51
Boats parked at the Shilshole Moorage on the Shilshole Bay Marina, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (3098) (photogrpaher)
January 17, 1960
27 27-52
Cars and Boats parked at the Shilshole Morrage on the Shilshole Bay Marina, looking west from Sunset Hill Park, Olympic Mountain range in background
Leslie Hamilton (3102) (photographer)
June 7, 1961
27 27-53
Ship "W.T. Preston" built in 1939
Leslie Hamilton (3065) (photographer)
undated
27 27-54
Canal cut between Fremont and Ross, showing old stream
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1942).
1906
27 27-55
Montlake Cut, original canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (2109).Copied from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Ca. 1910
27 27-56
Aerial view of the Montlake Cut. Portage Bay and Lake Union on "Opening Day", ships passing under the raised Ballard Bridge, looking west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4173).Copied from This Washington, B. an I. Spring.
Ca. 1959-60
27 27-57
Aerial view of Aurora Bridge and University Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1754).Copied from SPS, "Argus".
1939
27 27-58
Aerial view of the Great Northern Railway Bridge and the Government Locks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1748).Copied from National Geographic, 1960.
1960
27 27-59
Montlake Bridge, looking north from 21st Avenue and East Shelby Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3907).Copied from Seattle Engineering.
November 21, 1928
27 27-60
Ballard, seen across interbay through the telescopic lens of a photographer shooting from west seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3717).Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
1908
27 27-61
Fremont Pharmacy, on Southwest corner of Fremont Avenue and North 33rd Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3712).Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
May 1, 1909
27 27-62
The Ross Marche' Grocery on the southeast corner of Third Avenue West and Bertona Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3834).
undated
27 27-63
Freemont & Ross Transfer Company, on the northeast corner of 35th Street and Fremont Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3713).Original Photograph from Paul Dorpat.
September 13, 1910
27 27-64
Sooters Oak Shop at 3500 Fremont N.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3715).Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
Ca. 1970's
27 27-65
Men getting on trolley on Fremont Avenue and North 34th Street, looking north, Fremont Tavern at left
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3948).Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
Ca. 1930's
27 27-66
Trolley and cars on Femont Avenue and North 34th Street, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3769).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
June 1923
27 27-67
Ship canal and Lake Union Spillway at Fremont
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1491).
undated
27 27-68
Fremont, looking north from 4th Avenue North and Newell Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1-29).
June 10, 1977
27 27-69
North 34th Street and Fremont Avenue, north view
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3820).Original Photograph from L. Gowey.
March 2, 1924
27 27-70
Trolleys crossing bridge, Fremont Avenue and Florentia Street to Dexter Avenue
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3819).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
undated
27 27-71
Outbound traffic through Fremont
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1486).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
June 27, 1923
27 27-72
76 Gas Station on the southwest corner of 15th Avenue at Northwest Market Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (366).
Ca. 1975
27 27-73
The Tux Shop on the south side of Northwest Market Street near 15th Avenue Northwest
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (367).
1975
27 27-74
Children and teachers standing outside of the Ross School on 3rd Avenue Northwest and west 43rd Street.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-114).Copied from Seattle Public Library (SPL22694).
Ca. 1905
Volume 28: Fremont and Ballard
Unidentified scenes. Some images may not be of Ballard or Fremont.
Box/Folder item
28 28-1
Negatives of scenes from Ballard, Fremont and other areas around Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (5 pages).
undated
28 28-2
Unidentified house
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1575).
undated
28 28-3
Unidentified house
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1430).
undated
28 28-4
Hotel Ramona, Russell's, The Seneca store, Hotel Diller; horses and carriages in street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4485).
undated
28 28-5
Unidentified street corner
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4486).See photo #2098 for 1980 picture.
undated
28 28-6
Downtown street scene, with metro bus
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4487).Caption: Since 1940, trackless coach service has carried passengers up and down the steep incline.Copied from Paul Dorpat.
undated
28 28-7
Unidentified view of Puget sound, buildings, train tracks
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4488).
undated
28 28-8
Fremont Baptist Church, parking lot
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4478).
undated
28 28-9
Fremont Baptist Church
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4479).
undated
28 28-10
Unidentified machinery shop
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4480).
undated
28 28-11
Unidentified office building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4481).
undated
28 28-12
T.T. Minor school
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4482).
undated
28 28-13
Day School, Fremont
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4483).
undated
28 28-14
South School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4484).
undated
Volume 29: Lake Union and University of Washington
Box/Folder item
29 29-1
View east on East 45th Street at University Street Bank, Malloy Apartments, Marine State Bank building
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (807).
1913
29 29-2
East of University Bridge, view south
Leslie Hamilton (2347) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-3
South end of the University Bridge, east side
Leslie Hamilton (2348) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-4
Southeast of the University Bridge, east side, view east
Leslie Hamilton (2349) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-5
South end of the University Bridge, east side, view east
Leslie Hamilton (2350) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-6
South end of University Bridge, looking west
Leslie Hamilton (2351) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-7
South end of University Bridge, looking west; note Passage Point Park
Leslie Hamilton (2352) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-8
Passage Point, north shore
Leslie Hamilton (2353) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-9
Yale Terrace, view west; Hamlin, Shelby
Leslie Hamilton (2354) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-10
Yale Avenue and Edgar Street, view west
Leslie Hamilton (2355) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-11
Yale Avenue and Edgar Street, view west
Leslie Hamilton (2356) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-12
Yale Avenue and Edgar street, view west
Leslie Hamilton (2357) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-13
Yale Avenue at Edgar Street and Roanoke Street, view west at water, boats
Leslie Hamilton (2358) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-14
View west from Yale Avenue between Roanoke and Edgar streets, views of water
Leslie Hamilton (2359) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-15
Yale Avenue between Roanoke and Edgar streets, view west at Queen Anne Hill
Leslie Hamilton (2360) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-16
View west from Yale Avenue between Edgar and Roanoke streets
Leslie Hamilton (2361) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-17
View west from Fairview Avenue East and Roanoke Street, with Queen Anne Hill in the background
Leslie Hamilton (2362) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-18
View west from Fairview Avenue at Roanoke Street
Leslie Hamilton (2363) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-19
View west from Fairview Avenue East and Roanoke Street, Gas Plant Park in background
Leslie Hamilton (2364) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-20
View north from Fairview Avenue and roanoke Street, boats in harbor
Leslie Hamilton (2365) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-21
View west from Fairview Avenue and Roanoke Street, I-5 bridge in background
Leslie Hamilton (2366) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-22
View west from Fairview Avneue East and roanoke Street, I-5 bridge in background
Leslie Hamilton (2367) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-23
West side of Fairview Avneue East between Lynne and Louisa streets; sign reading "Phoenix Moorage, 2349-51 Fairview Ave East"
Leslie Hamilton (2368) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-24
West side of Fairview Avenue East between Lynne and Louisa streets
Leslie Hamilton (2369) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-25
West side of Fairview Avenue East between Lynne and Louisa streets
Leslie Hamilton (2370) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-26
View west from Fairview Avenue between Lynne and Louisa streets, in parking lot
Leslie Hamilton (2371) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-27
West side of Fairview Avenue East between Lynne and Louisa streets, view of houseboats, water, I-5 bridge in background
Leslie Hamilton (2372) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-28
West view, from Fairview Avenue East and Lynne Street, Lynne Street Park
Leslie Hamilton (2373) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-29
View west from Fairview Avenue East between Lynne and Newton streets
Leslie Hamilton (2374) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-30
View west from Fairview Avenue East between Lynne and Newton streets
Leslie Hamilton (2375) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-31
View west from Fairview Avenue East between Lynne and Newton streets
Leslie Hamilton (2376) (photographer)
March 9, 1981
29 29-32
Lake Washington shoreline, houseboats
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-7).
1908
29 29-33
Lake Washington shoreline, with houseboats, near Montlake
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-2).From Seattle Public Library's "Seattle Discovered."
1978
29 29-34
View north at Lake Union, eastern Railroad
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3925).From Seattle Engineering Department.
1887
29 29-35
View northwest at Lake Union, harbor
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1703).
circa 1920s
29 29-36
View north at Lake Union shoreline, from 820 Fairview Avneue, South Lake Inn
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1700).
1920s
29 29-37
The "Latona," first passenger steamer on Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1517).From the Seattle Historical Society
1888
29 29-38
Lake Union in autumn
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3536).
undated
29 29-39
Surplus of World War I-era wooden freighters, lined up in long rows on Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (87-71299
circa 1920
29 29-40
View west toward Queen Anne Hill of surplus on World War I-era wooden freighters, lined up in long rows on Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1296).
circa 1920s
29 29-41
Gas Plant Park, I-5 bridge and canal from Fifth Avenue and Lynne Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (30-0).
June 1978
29 29-42
View northeast at Old Gas Plant Park, Safeco Building in the left background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (861).
1976
29 29-43
View west at Lake Union, taken from north slope of Capitol Hill across to the eastern slope of Queen Anne Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3991).Copied from Paul Dorpat.
1890
29 29-44
Lake Union, looking north from approximately 14th or 15th Avenue East, Garfield and Galer streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4015).
undated
29 29-45
View north at Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3992).Copied from Paul Dorpat.
undated
29 29-46
View north at the south end of Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4003).Copied from Paul Dorpat.
undated
29 29-47
View northwest over Lake Union; town mill at right center
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (425).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22924).Town mill built in 1882; acquired by D.T. Denny and Associates in 1884. Later known respectively as Western Mill, The Brace & Hergert Mill.
circa 1885
29 29-48
View southon Lake Union at Western Mill on shoreline
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1518).From Seattle Public Library (SPL22915).
circa 1880-1885
29 29-49
Portage Bay and Lake Washington before the canal was built, view northeast from 15th Avenue North, Capitol Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4002).Original photgraph from Paul Dorpat.
circa early 1900's
29 29-50
Lake Union, looking northwest from Capitol Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4001).Original photgraph from Paul Dorpat.
circa early 1900's
29 29-51
Portage Bay and Lake Union, looking north toward Adolphus College; site of Seattle Prep University; University of Washington campus in distance
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3684).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
circa 1900-1905
29 29-52
View northeast from Capitol Hill, with Lake Washington and Laurelhurst in background
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1370).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22885).
circa 1880
29 29-53
Montlake Cut and Portage Bay, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3685).Copied from the Seattle Times "Now and Then," August 8, 1982.Original cut built in 1883.
circa 1885(?)
29 29-54
View east at Union Bay, Laurelhurst; looking east from the Girls' Dorm (now Clark Hall)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4465B).From the Seattle Times''"Now and Then," September 11, 1983.
circa 1905
29 29-55
View east at Union Bay, Laurelhurst
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4465A).From the Seattle Times' "Now and Then," September 11, 1983.Caption: It required detective work to trace down the vantage point of negative 3003.
circa 1905
29 29-56
Union Bay, looking east toward Laurelhurst, from McMahon Hall at the University of Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4466).From the Seattle Times'"Now and Then," September 11, 1983.Caption: Today's view toward Laurelhurst reveals how little of Union Bay remains.Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
circa 1983
29 29-57
University of Washington Power House, Lake Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3554).
circa early 1900's(?)
29 29-58
University of Washington rowing crew, near Latona Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1623).Copied from the Seattle Historical Society.
circa 1914-1917
29 29-59
Lake Union and Queen Anne Hill, looking west
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1296B).
circa 1920
29 29-60
University of Washington rowing crew in the Montlake Cut, looking north
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (86-4).Copied from the Seattle Public Library's "Seattle Discovered."
circa 1978
29 29-61
Fine Arts Building, University of Washington campus, built for the Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo (AYPE)
Leslie Hamilton (1800B) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-62
Washington State Museum, University of Washington campus, built for the Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo (AYPE)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3053).
August 25, 1957
29 29-63
Architecture Building, University of Washington campus, built for the Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo (AYPE)
Leslie Hamilton (1801) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-64
Architecture Building, University of Washington campus, built for the Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo (AYPE)
Leslie Hamilton (1802) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-65
Architecture Building, University of Washington campus, built for the Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo (AYPE)
Leslie Hamilton (1803) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-66
Gate Five, looking west at Northeast 40th Avenue and 15th Avneue Northeast, entrance to University of Washington campus
Leslie Hamilton (1804) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-67
Observatory, University of Washington campus
Leslie Hamilton (1779) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-68
University of Washington Physics building, looking north from near Frosh Pond
Leslie Hamilton (1799) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-69
Parrington Hall, University of Washington
Leslie Hamilton (1793) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-70
George Washington statue, west side of University of Washington campus
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3059).
August 25, 1957
29 29-71
University of Washington campus, Frosh Pond
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3062).
August 25, 1957
29 29-72
University of Washington campus, Memorial Way
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3055).
August 25, 1957
29 29-73
University of Washington Yaht Club, the old Shilshole House on University of Washington campus
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3064).Copied from "The Lake Washington Story Book," page 110.
August 25, 1957
29 29-74
Johnson Hall, University of Washington, looking north
Leslie Hamilton (1800A) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-75
University of Washington campus, Sylvan Theater; columns from Territorial University
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3060).
August 25, 1957
29 29-76
University of Washington campus, plaque at Sylvan Theater
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3061).Plaque: These columns were saved from the first building of the Territorial University of Washington built in 1861 on the old campus near the present corner of Fourth Ave. and Seneca St. They were erected here by the senior class -- campus day 1911.
August 25, 1957
29 29-77
University of Washington campus, monument commemorating the Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3054).Monument: On these grounds was held between June 1st and October 16th, 1909, The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. And this tablet is erected by the Seattle Chamber of Commerce as a testimonial to those citizens of Seattle who, from a sense of civic loyalty and at great personal sacrifice, created and carried to success an exposition of lasting benefit not only to this city but to the entire northwest. But far more important than all other advantages resulting from such an exhibition is the inspiring example of unselfish and disinterested public service which these citizens, without material reward or the hope thereof, have given to their city. Such men are the proudest possession of any community and the surest guarantee of its prosperity and greatness.
August 25, 1957
29 29-78
University of Washington campus, fountain in Frosh Pond
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3052).
September 23, 1964
29 29-79
University of Washington campus, Parrington Hall
Leslie Hamilton (1794) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-80
Meany Hall, University of Washington campus, built for the Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo (AYPE)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3058).
August 25, 1957
29 29-81
Washington State Museum, University of Washington campus, built for the Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo (AYPE)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3056).
August 25, 1957
29 29-82
Meany Hall Auditorium, University of Washington campus, built for the Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo (AYPE)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3057).
August 25, 1957
29 29-83
Stadium and H. Edmundson Pavilion, looking south, University of Washington campus
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3065).
June 12, 1961
29 29-84
Forestry Building, University of Washington campus, built for the Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo (AYPE)
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1831).Original photograph from Muriel Waldeck.
circa 1960s(?)
29 29-85
Student Union Building, University of Washington
Leslie Hamilton (1796B) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-86
Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo Monument, near student union building, University of Washington campus
Leslie Hamilton (1795) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-87
Frosh Pond, looking southeast
Leslie Hamilton (1797) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-88
H. Edmundson Pavilion, near the University of Washington stadium
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1454).Copied from L. Gowey.
circa 1920's
29 29-89
Columns at Sylvan Theater
Leslie Hamilton (1798) (photographer)
May 6, 1980
29 29-90
Postcard depicting the Territorial University; Asa Shinn Mercer, Mrs. Lucie W. Carr, the President's House, and The Boarding House
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (313).
circa 1870s(?)
29 29-91
Laying of the cornerstone for Denny Hall, University of Washington
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-5).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL14130).
July 4, 1894
29 29-92
Henry Suzzalo Library, University of Washington campus
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (79-3).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL15215).West wing built in 1924-1926.
circa 1926
Volume 30: Lake Union
Box/Folder item
30 30-1
Fremont Bridge and Canal, northeast slope of Queen Anne Hill, looking west from the Aurora Bridge
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (597B).
June 1975
30 30-2
Intersection of Westlake Avenue North, Dexter Avenue North, Fremont Avenue North and Nickerson Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (595).
June 1975
30 30-3
Westlake Avenue near Fulton Street, looking east
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4464).
1938
30 30-4
Westlake Avenue, near Fulton Street, looking east from Queen Anne Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4463).Caption: The Aurora Bridge, ready for the final link in June of 1932, was built to relieve heavy traffic on the Fremont Bridge.From the Seattle Times "Now and Then," August 28, 1983.Bridge was dedicated on February 22, 1932.
circa 1930
30 30-5
Lake Union, looking from First Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (88-12).
circa 1909
30 30-6
Lake Union, looking north from Pine Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (54).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22884).
1890
30 30-7
Western Mill, looking from Lake Union, Maud Foster at dock in foreground
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (1518).Copied from the Seattle Historical Society.
circa 1888
30 30-8
Western Mill, near Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (92).
1880
30 30-9
South end of Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (425).Caption: Lake Union -- This shows how much farther south the water came in the 1880s than it does today. When the car line was first built to Fremont it crossed the little bay to the left on a trestle; now all of that area is solidly filled in. The Western Mill is shown on the shore. The wooded background is East Queen Anne Hill. (Looking north).Description (reverse side of photograph): Southeast Queen Anne hill in 1882. This picture has more than ordinary historical interest. It shows the southeastern slope of Queen Anne Hill above Lake Union in 1882. In the immediate foreground is a thriving community developed at the south end of Lake Union, centering around a lumber mill on the lake shore, built about 1880 by David T. Denny and associates. The house shown in the lower left hand corner was leased by the board of education and used to house what was known as the Lake Union School from 1882 until 1884. At that time the district erected the Denny School and the Lake Union youngsters were transferred to that school, the Lake Union School being discontinuted. In the early 80's there were two means of reaching down-town Seattle, one over a rough road following present day Fairview avenue, reaching Pike at about 8th avenue, and the second another trail following the tracks of the little steam railroad built to haul coal from Lake Union to the bunkers at the foot of Pike street. The latter route would correspond to today's Westlake avenue. Before 1882 children of school age at the south end of the lake attended the old North School, on the northeast corner of Third and Pine, a site included in the present Bon Marche block. The youngsters would frequently exchange a batch of old "wiping" rags with the engineer for a free ride on the little coal train to and from school. Previous to the coming of the street cars in later years a small steamer was placed in service on the lake to carry passengers and freight, connecting with the original horsecar line which within a short time was built to terminate at what would be the intersection of Fairview avenue and the lake shore. In the early 80's there was a community of several hundred people living at the south end of Lake Union. There were very few homes on the slopes of Queen Anne Hill att the time this picture was taken. Just across the lake is what was generally known as the "Graham" farm and to the north of the little boathouse on the lake shore was the recognized "official swimming hole" of all the boys of school age in the area. This land was all on "Uncle" Tommy Mercer's original donation claim and Mr Mercer will be long and lovingly remembered for the always kindly and considerate interest he manifested in the neighborhood children of his day. He was never Mr Mercer to the boys and girls of that day; just "Uncle" Tommy, a deserved tribute to an outstanding character of his time. Quite an area of the lake's southern extremity as shown in the picure has been "filled in" over the ensuing years.
circa 1885
30 30-10
South end of Lake Union; southeast Queen Anne Hill in background, Lake Union School in lower left
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (425).Lumbermill on lakeshore built by David T. Denny and associates, 1880, Lake Union School, 1882-1884.
1882
30 30-11
Lake Union and the Aurora Bridge, looking northeast from Taylor Avenue North and Lynne Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (388).
1971
30 30-12
Fremont, looking north from Queen Anne Hill, prior to the opening of the Ship Canal
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3959).Original photograph from L. Gowey.
circa 1910
30 30-13
Seattle Electric Railway's bridge, David Denny's Western Mill on the horizon at the south end of Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4452).Copied from theSeattle Times, "Now and Then" July 24, 1983.
circa 1890
30 30-14
Man walking, Westlake Avenue North and Eighth Avenue, looking south
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4456).Copied from the Seattle Times "Now and Then," July 24, 1983.
circa 1983
30 30-15
Tom and Peggy Stockley in front of thier floating home, east side of Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4454).Caption: Tom and Peggy Stockley traded their large suburban home for the cozier confines of a floating home.From the Seattle Times, July 24, 1983
1983
30 30-16
Terry Pettus on his houseboat deck, east side of Lake Union
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4453).Caption: A little weary from years of battles to save the floating homes, Terry Pettus relaxes on his houseboat deck.Copied from the Seattle Times, July 24, 1983.
circa 1983
30 30-17
Fremont Bridge and Aurora Bridge, looking east toward Capitol Hill
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4455).From the Seattle Times, July 24, 1983.
circa 1983
30 30-18
Map depicting City Light plan for Fairview Avenue, proposed developments
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4468).From the Seattle Times, September 24, 1983.
Caption: The southeast shore of Lake Union, in this view looking south along Fairview Avenue North, south of the City Light steam plant, would be...
circa 1983
30 30-19
Aerial view of Fairview Avenue and Lake Union, looking southeast
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (4469).From the Seattle Times, September 4, 1983.
circa 1983
Volume 31: Seattle
Views of Seattle.
Box/Folder item
31 31-1
Map with a chronological key designating the schools of Seattle
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-50)Accompanying material: a chronological list of school buildings. Text: "Schools listed here, unless otherwise indicated, are buildings of four rooms or more. Names used are the ones given the schools at the time of opening. In several cases, names will be duplicated since one building may have been torn down and replaced by another of the same name. Dates of construction, where known, are indicated for annexed buildings. Annexation is indicated by an 'A'".
undated
31 31-2
Last day at the Main Street School, pupils being marched to the new Bailey Gatzert School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-126).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22752).Accompanying text: "Bailey Gatzert School: It all started many, many years ago. There was a school at Sixth Avenue South and Main Street, which was known as the Main Street School. Many children went to this school between the years 1873 and 1921. It was in the year 1921 that the present Bailey Gatzert School building was completed on the site that had been owned by the district and until 1909, occupied by the South School. The South School had been torn down at the time of the Jackson Street regrade in 1909. In telling the story of our school the early story of Seattle should be told because so much of Seattle's first history took place within our school district. Around the place where the Bailey Gatzert School now stands the city of Seattle started to grow. The first settlement was built around Henry Yesler's sawmill. When he built his sawmill he hired men to work for him. They brought their families so they had to build houses. They had to have food, so they had to build stores. After a few years a little village was formed. In 1853 Seattle was not a very large city. The water's edge at the foot of Yesler was covered with trees of Douglas Fir. At times the high tide would reach Washington Street, and at low tide it would even reach First Avenue. It was here on Yesler's wharf that Henry Yesler shipped coal and lumber to San Francisco. In return, San Francisco shipped back hickory shirts, window sashes, axe handles, molasses, grindstones and calico material. The Main Street School was among the very early schools to be used in the little town that was then Seattle. The first utilities for the growing city were located in our district. The earliest water system was begun when Henry Yesler put up a tank to get rain water for use in his sawmill. He made a V-shaped trough that led to his mill. The water ran from there to the end of the dock to furnish water for the ships that landed there. This small tank was located on an alley between Third and Fourth Avenues and Yesler and Jefferson Streets. The first electrical plant in Seattle was built on Jackson Street between First Avenue and Occidental. This took place in 1886. The people gave a great exhibition of the twelve electric lamps that were 'brilliantly burning.' The people were very proud of these first lamps. The first electrical power in Seattle was made from the burning of coal. It was not until thirteen years later than an electric company on Third Avenue and Main Street used the first hydroelectricity. They go thier power from a dam buildt at Snoqualmie Falls. At the time when the first children started attending school at the Main Street School all transportation was by water. There were no real roads, so boats were used. When Seattle was such a small village it had a great area of forest. San Francisco wanted to buy logs from Seattle to use for pilings to build on. It was for this trade that Henry Yesler built the first wharf at the foot of Yesler Way. Later the dock was enlarged until it was nine hundred feet long. Around this time, 1871, the wharf was surrounded by houses, stores and shops, while all of Seattle's inhabitants traveled by foot or by water. It was not long, however, until roads were built and public transportation was started. The first covered hack was used in Seattle in 1881, and in 1884 the hack line was made large enough to have an established line which made three round trips a day out Jackson Street to Lake Washington and back. In 1888 cable cars ran on Yesler Way to Lake Washington and back on Jackson Street. It cost fifty cents for a round trip. The cable car ran on tracks with a cable pulling it from the middle of the tracks. 1900 saw the first automobile in Seattle. It had a two and one-half horse power motor, a stick for a steering wheel, wheels of solid rubber, was built somewhat like a buggy and speeded down Second Avenue at almost twenty miles an hour. So it was that the tiny village grew until it became the great metropolis that it is today. As the city grew many improvements were made. It was one of these improvements that helped make possible the present Bailey Gatzert School, for when it was decided to make the Jackson Street regrade it was then necessary to remove the school then serving the children of the district. It was on a rainy December day in the year 1921 that the principal, Miss Mahon, the teachers, and pupils of the Main Street School moved to their new home, the Bailey Gatzert School, located at Twelfth Avenue South and Weller Street. The site for the school, which had been owned by the Seattle Public School District, was chosen by the School Board, and the building planned by Mr. F. A. Naramore, the architect, with their help. Miss Ada J. Mahon, who is still living in the city, served as the Bailey Gatzert School principal until her retirement at the end of the school term in 1945. Among the teachers who first taught in the new building were Mrs. Agness Eide Daubney and Miss Bernice Welch who are still serving the children of this school. In 1929 the enrollment of the school had increased so much that it was necessary to build an addition to the school in the form of a new wing of eight rooms. These new rooms included a teachers room, a gymnasium, a music room, a science room, an art room, a librar room and two new class rooms. On November eighth, at an 'Open House' held in the school, the formal dedication of the Bailey Gatzert School took place. But perhaps you are wondering why this school was named 'Bailey Gatzert'? Mr. Nathan Eckstein was largely responsible for giving the name to the school. Mr. Eckstein was a member of the School Board at the time, and Bailey Gatzert was a relative of Mrs. Eckstein. There are many reasons why this school may be proud to have been names for Mr. Gatzert. He was once the Mayor of Seattle. He was a member of City Counsil. He established banks. He helped solve the transportation problem of Seattle. He owned and was a partner in many business organizations in the city. He also had the honor of entertaining President Hayes in his home. President Hayes was the first United States President to cross the Rocky Mountains. An old stern-wheeler was named in Mr. Gatzert's honor. After Mr. Gatzert's death Mrs. Gatzert established a Memorial Kindergarten in his honor. When she died, the Gatzert money was used to establish the Bailey and Babette Gatzert Child Welfare Foundation. It was very fitting that the Bailey Gatzert School should be named to honor a civic leader like Mr. Gatzert who took so much interest in children and the community. After the Chinese and Japanese Americans settled in the district most of the children attending the Bailey Gatzert School were of Oriental descent. Just before the second World War, however, the Yesler Housing Project was begun, and so it is that today children of all races attend the school. We think it is a fime opportunity to learn to understand each other. The boys and girls of the Bailey Gatzert School are very proud of our school. We have learned to appreciate what a fine building we have. We know that it is very valuable as measured by money becasue the ground on which it is situated is valued at $26,670.00; the building at $221,098.00; and the equipment at $16,287.00, which makes a total of $264,056.00. However, no amount of money could measure its worth to us for the learning we do in the Bailey Gatzert School under our Principal, Mr. T. Allasina. The present enrollment at the Bailey Gatzert School in 808, with the following nationalities represented: Chinese, 78; Negro, 162; Filipinos, 39; Japanese, 220; all others, 309".
December 12, 1921
31 31-3
Students standing in front of Broadway school 5521 24th NW
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-73).
circa 1885-1898
31 31-4
Beacon Hill School, 2524 16th Ave. S.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-131).Accompanying text: "One of the first hills of Seattle to be settled was Beacon Hill that rises to an elevation of 345 feet. Edward Hanford and John Holgate arrived on Beacon Hill (not then named) in 1853. These two men staked out claims in the heavily timbered hill and built log cabins. They then proceeded to log their land. In 1856 rumor came concerning the Indian uprisings. The Hanfords and the Holgates deserted their homes and joined others in the 'Blockhouse.' January 26, 1856 the Indians attacked. Milton Holgate, age 15, brother of John, was killed by an Indian. Later, during the same night, a reflection in the sky showed that their cabins were being burned. After the uprising, the few families moved from the hill and the settlement was set back for some time. In 1891 an electric car system was set up and a car began running over a wooden trestle across the valley between Jackson Street and the present site of the Marine Hospital. The Hill began to become a place of homes. Mr. M. H. Young, one of the car company owners, was so deeply impressed with the hill that he called it Beacon Hill in honor of Beacon Hill in Boston, his former home. Prior to this time, about 1855, a road between Seattle and the south district was routed so as to traverse Beacon Hill going down through Ban Asselt to the banks of the Duwamish. Later a road was established as road number two and seems to have become the 'Military Road' that extended into Rainier Valley and on over the mountains to Eastern Washington. This road was very steep and extremely muddy much of the time. In 1895 the project of cutting a canal through the hill to Lake Washington was begun. The earth was used to fill the mud flats. After a great deal of work had been done and several hundred acres of the flats filled, the project was given up. Later the brow of the hill, near the present site of the Marine Hospital, was cut down and the earth sluiced into the tide lands. The fill extended from Plummer Street south to Spokane Street. Highways of today to the south pass over this fill. During the early period one of the "Powder Houses" belonging to the city was at the foot of the hill near Argo Station. In the early days smallpox epidemics seemed quite common and a pest house was built on Beacon Hill. Another unusual institution located on Beacon Hill was a 'City Stockade' or "Lazy Husbands Ranch' where lazy and unreliable husband could be interned. The men were put to work on roads or other city projects and the money they earned was given to their families. Much criticism was caused and the stockade was closed. In 1892 when Mr. Frank J. Barnard was Superintendent and the Misters W. J. Colkett, J. B. Macdougall, T. W. Prosch, D.A. Spencer and A. P. Burwell were members of the Board of Directors, the present site of Beacon Hill School was purchased at a cost of $9,000. This site is known as Bloc 8, Bayside addition, and located between Sixteenth and Seventeenth avenues extending from Bayview Street on the north to Lander on the south, and area slightly more than three acres. The first Beacon Hill School was built in 1899 and is still used as an annex to the main building which was completed in 1904. The principal, J. G. Lawrence, also taught the seventh and eighth grades. Pearl D. Bacon taught."
March 23, 1904
31 31-5
Students standing in front of the Belltown School, 3rd & Vine
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-51), 2.Accompanying text: "The 'Belltown'- North Ends' First City School Building: Herewith is pictured the old Belltown School, located on the northwest corner of the Third and Vine Streets, the first school structure erected north of Pine street by the board of education. This Belltown School continued to serve the district from 1876, when it was built, until 1884, when the new Denny School was opened. This school was made necessary because of the substantial industrial development at Belltown in the 70's and lasting through the 80's. These industries attracted many families with children, who found it too far and difficult to tramp and from the nearest school, the North School, at Third and Pine. The site for the Belltown School was bought June 23, 1876, for $220,, from W. N. Bell. The school was erected under contract by M. Keezer for $2,675 and opened for its first classes on Sept. 24, 1876, with Mrs Helen Pearce as the first teacher. With the erection and opening of the Denny School at Fifth and Batery in 1884 the board disposed of the Belltown property. J. Hilton bought the lots and building May 13, 1884 for $2,675. The district continued to used the old building until the school term ended in June. The old school structure was later remodeled and used for many years as a residence. The family of the late John J. Knoff, pioneer printer, occupied it as a home for years. In time the structure was again remodeled and used until comparatively recent years as an apartment and rooming house, know as 'Eleanor Rooms.' Some time since the property was purchased by Metropolitan Press Printing Company, who razed the old school structure and erected a modern printing plant on the site." Accompanying text: "Belltown School: The Belltown School was built on two lots at Third and Vine Streets, purchased in 1876 from Mr. Bell for $220. The school, a two room, one story building, was completed in September for the same year at a cost of $2,642. Belltown was a little suburban community of about twenty or twenty-five homes, located to the north of the main part of Seattle and near the waterfront. For a number of years the Indians camped in large numbers along the beach below Belltown. There is little other information about this school in the records. It was closed in 1884 when the Denny School was constructed on a neighboring site."
circa 1879-1884
31 31-6
Cascade School, Pontius Avenue and Harrison St.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-116 ).Copied from the Seattle Public Libary (SPL12267).Accompanying text: "Cascade School: On a block of land, bounded on the north by Harrison Street, on the south by Thomas Street, on the west by Yale Avenue and on the east by Pontius Avenue, stands today (1950) a large two story brick building-- the Cascade School. This piece of ground was part of a large tract of land platted by the Pontius family in the early days of Seattle. The school was built in three units. The first of these, the south wing consisting of six rooms, was completed in 1893 and opened for classes on January 6, 1894 with and enrollment of two hundred. The district, being of easy access to the center of the town, grew rapidly and four years later another unit of ten rooms was added. When the north wing was built in 1904, the building boasted twenty-four rooms but was still inadequate to accommodate the ever increasing number of children who wished to enter. Small rooms, not originally intended as class rooms, were pressed into service and portable buildings were placed upon the grounds. In 1908 the school was using every available inch of space and had a teaching staff of twenty-six. This crowded condition continued for many years until the encroachment of industry and the movement of families to suburban homes caused the enrollment to dwindle. Rooms became vacant and pupils in the high grades were sent to adjacent schools. The once crowded school was finally closed in 1949 with but seven rooms in use. In the parking strip surrounding the grounds and here and there upon the playfield stand shad trees of various kinds. It became a custom in the very early days of the school and carried on down through the years to plant on Arbor Day a tree dedicated to some person of note or during the war years, to some pupil who had given his life for his country. One of these trees- a beautiful plane tree- the pride and joy of the pupils and teachers was just recently cut down because of damage incurred in a severe windstorm. The pupils who have attended the Cascade School are legion, the teachers are many but the principals number only seven. Mrs. Frances E. Nickels, a very prominent and popular teacher for many years in the Seattle School System, was selected as Cascade's first principal. On that day in January 1894 when she assumed her duties at Cascade there were 700 pupils enrolled in all of the Seattle schools with a teaching staff of 140. Mrs. Nickels was followed by Mr. P. H. Stafford who served by a short time before becoming principal of the Pacific School. Mr. Charles Fagan then came in 1900 from the Central School to take charge of Cascade. Mr. Fagan, on of the city's outstanding educators- a man of sterling character, a keen sense of humor and an understanding of children, beloved by pupils and associates- led the school skillfully and successfully through some thirty-three years- years of peace and years of war, years of plenty and years or want but always years of progress; ever searching for and adopting that which was good in the new, yet cherishing and holding to that which was good in the old. On November 12, 1932, at the age of seventy-three Mr. Fagan's passing ended over forty years of faithful and fruitful work in the educational world. The regard and esteem felt for him by a host of pupils and co-workers is well expressed in the following tribute written by Mrs. David Bowen (Nettie Stevenson Bowen). 'Tread softly through the open door, Be quiet on the stair; His gentle presence lingers yet, There is no vacant chair. In the master's room we see his form, The smile upon his face, And clasp again his loving hand Of the dear old man of grace. We watch once more the welcoming, In clear out eyes of blue, And feel the blessing, heaven sent, He had for me and you. His office is a holy place, That bring the reverent tears; The memories it holds will last, Through all the coming years. May we, dear Father, fill our lives, With Deeds like his and prayer, That passing through the open door, We leave no vacant char.' Cascade School was again without a leader and Miss Maxine Kelly was transferred from the Interbay School to fill the vacancy. Miss Kelly reported for duty on the morning of November 28, 1932. Pupils and teachers readily fell in step with their new leader and for seven and one half years pressed forward together. The unrest, the unemployment, dissatisfaction and fear prevailing during this period were reflected in the lives of the boys and girls. Miss Kelly became not only a principal of the school but counselor and friend of the many parents who brought their problems to her office. One of the first nursery schools a W. P. A. project to care for small children of working parents-- found a home in one of the Cascade portables. It was during Miss Kelly's regime that a battle for a district playfield which had waged for many years was finally won. Earnest pleading and hard work on the part of the P. T. A. and teaching corps resulted in a piece of land on the corner of Pontius Avenue and Harrison Street being purchased and equipped. Mr. Charles A. Budde, following Miss Kelly's retirement in June 1940, served as principal through the difficult and trying war years from 1940-1945. Upon his retirement Mr. Wieber Wynstra carried on at the Cascade. In the year 1947 the enrollement had decreased until it was so small that it no longer required the full time of a principal so Mr. Charles F. McKeehan was assigned to the principalship of both Lowell and Cascade. This position was held by him until the Cascade School was closed. The Cascade with its large airy rooms and spacious corridors was a well constructed building as is attested by its more than half a century of wear and tear of thousands of tramping feet. On the 13th of April, 1949, during the spring vacation the sever earthquake which shook Seattle took its toll of the old building. From all outward appearance it is the same old Cascade bu damages on the inside made it no longer safe for use. In time it will doubtless be razed and the property turned to business purposes but the Cascade ideals of courtesy, honesty, earnest endeavor, patriotism and good-will toward fellow men will live on in the lives of men and women who were once the boys and girls of 'Old Cascade'".
31 31-7
Central School, Seattle's first school building, Third Avenue between Madison and Spring Streets
Copied by Leslie Hamilton ( S-52).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22876).Accompanying text: "Seattle's first school building- The Old Central: The old wooden Central, the first Central School, shown in the accompanying photograph, was Seattle's first publicly owned school. It was built and occupied in 1870, and was located on four lots fronting the east side of Third Avenue, between Madison and Spring Streets. While it appears as a two-story structure, it really comprised two full sized rooms and an attic later utilized as a class room. The four lots were bought from C.C. Terry for $500. The building was erected by Shorey & Russell on their contract bid of $2,400. Later the allowance of certain 'extras' increased the total cost. When the new Central at Seventh and Madison was built and opened for use on may 7, 1883, the old Third Avenue site and building were sold to M.V.B. Stacy for $30,000. The old school building was disposed of to parties who moved it to the northeast corner of Front (First Avenue) and Virginia Street, where it was remodeled and used for years as the 'Central Rooms' The old school stood until it was razed in June of 1911 to make way for building improvements. The first teachers at the original Central were Elizabeth Peebles (Mrs. Agnus Mackintosh; Miss L.W. Ordway and Mrs. C.M. Sanderson. It may be explained that previous to 1870 public school classes were held either in rented quarters or in locations whose use was donated by the owners".
circa 1870-1883
31 31-8
Central School, Sixth Avenue and Madison Street, looking from Seventh Avenue and Marion Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-53).
circa 1883-1888
31 31-9
Central School class of 1883, principal E.S. Ingraham at left
Copied by Leslie Hamilton ( S-112).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22874).
circa 1883-1888
31 31-10
Central School, students and teachers standing in front
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-54 ).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22886)
cica 1883-1888
31 31-11
Central School faculty, opening day
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-111 ).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22953).Identified in the photograph: From left to right, front row: Principal, E.S. Ingraham; Mrs. Pierce; Miss Kate Cheasty (sister of Edward Cheasty); Mrs. Francis E. Nickels; Miss Anna L. Penfield (Mrs. H.O. Haolenbeck); O.S. Jones, next year Principal of Denny School and Mr. Carr, janitor. (Opening 1883). Back row: Miss Mary E. Condon (Mrs. Jackling of San Franscisco); Miss Matilda J. Piper; Mrs. Kenyon; Mrs. Cass; and Miss Ida Vrooman (Mrs. Fanshaw, of Kent)."--From Seattle Grade Club Magazine, May 1931.
May 7, 1883
31 31-12
Sixth Street School, Sixth Avenue and Madison Street, later sold and moved to Eighth Avenue and Columbia Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-56).
cica 1877-1883
31 31-13
Van Asselt School in the Duwamish Valley, first school in King County
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-107).
cica 1862-1865
31 31-14
Central School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-58).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22929)
1891
31 31-15
Central School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-57).
circa 1883-1888
31 31-16
Graduating class of Seattle High School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-113).Identified in the photograph: Top row left to right: Axel F. Anderson, Pierre P. Ferry, Millie Pickard, Lillie L. Piper, Albert N. Graves, Robt. E. Russell, William W. Feas. Bottome row left to right: Lillie M. White, Belle M. Vrooman, Fannie W. McRae, Emma Ulin, Hadie Gasch.
June 4, 1886
31 31-17
Central school, Sixth Avenue and Madison Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-55).Accompanying text: "'Central School: Search the world over and a more beautiful location for a school-house could not be found. Situated about 250 feet above the bay, it commands an unobstructed view of town and harbor. From the windows of the building the pupil can look down upon the business portion of the city and get an idea of the busy life of which he is soon to become a part; raising the eye, a grand view of forest, mountain, lake and bay fills the soul with noble thoughts and lofty aspirations. The block is 240 feet by 256 feet, affording ample room for building, lawn and playgrounds.' This paragraph, appearing in the First Annual Report of the Public Schools of Seattle in 1885, describes the location of the Central School. The first school to be held in Seattle was taught by Mrs. Catherine Blaine in the fall of 1854 at her own home and later in the Methodist Church. This was not a public school as we think of them now because it was supported by tuition and private subscription but until 1870 it was the only type of public school maintained. The first building constructed by the Seattle School District was the Central School at Third and Madison, built in 1870. It was a two story, two room affair, planned for 120 pupils. The District employed only one teacher at first, Miss Lizzie Ordway, and as 125 pupils reported for school on the very first day many of the younger children had to be sent home. A little later a second teacher was employed and then a small room was finished off in the attic to make room for a third class. Edmond Meany and John Condon, both of whom achieved distinction as professors at the University of Washington, attended classes in this attic room. As school attendance grew the District purchased the present site of the Central School at Sixth Avenue and Madison and in 1877 built the Sixth Street School. This was a two room building similar in every way to the first Central School. It was occupied for the first time in September, in 1878, but used only until 1883 and the following year the building was sold and moved away. At the same time the first Central School was closed and the property sold. It is interesting to note that the site of the first Central School which had cost the district $500 was sold by them only sixteen years later for $30,000. The new Central School was completed and occupied in 1883. Although it was a wooden building it was large and attractive and the first school building to be built in Seattle of more than two rooms. This building was large enough to replace the old Central School, the Sixth Street School, and the North School at Third and Pine. Less than five years later it caught fire, supposedly from a defective furnace, and burned to the ground. Immediate steps were taken to provide a new Central School and in 1889, an even larger and more commodious building of brick construction was completed on this site. Until Broadway High School was completed in 1902, the Central School provided for high school as well as elementary pupils. During the years just preceding the opening of Broadway High School the Central School was almost a straight high school with only three classes of upper grade pupils enrolled. On the Central School grounds was also built a one-story brick structure which for many years housed the school administrative offices. After they were transferred to another building this space was used as headquarters for the Public School Guidance Department and later for the Junior Red Cross Clinic which still occupies the building at this time. As the city grew and office building replaced homes the enrollment at Central dwindled until in June, 1938, it was finally closed as an elementary school. During the next ten years Central operated as part of Edison Technical School but in the spring of 1948 an earthquake so weakened the brick walls of the old building that it had to be abandoned. At the present time the Central Nursery School is still in operation, using temporary housing constructed during the last war. The old office building on the Central School grounds is also being used by the Junior Red Cross. The main building still stands but will soon be removed for make way for other city improvements."
circa 1889-1953
31 31-18
Frantz H. Coe School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-59).
circa 1907
31 31-19
Franz H. Coe School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-108).
circa 1907
31 31-20
Columbia School, 723 S. Concord St., also known as Pontius & Lowell
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-70).
circa 1891
31 31-21
Columbia School, 723 S. Concord St., also known as Pontius & Lowell
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-129).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22804).
31 31-22
Franz H Coe School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-60).Accompanying text: "F.H. Coe School: Mr. Thomas Mercer who settled on a donation claim adjoining the David T. Denny's was one of the earliest known property on Queen Anne hill. Since there was no roads and few foot trails, Mr. Mercer brought in a team of horses and a wagon to enable him to slash the first road between the Mercer claim and central Seattle which was then located on old Mill Street, now known as Yesler Way. Until this road was made, the only access they had to town was by trail or canoe. In 1891 a Mrs. Jennie Dow arrived with her husband and family on Queen Anne Hill; the following year a G.C. Carlson family arrived and started a dairy farm which was located in what is now approximately the 1900 block on Tenth Avenue West. Their cattle roamed from 15th Avenue West to Highland Drive, then unnamed and heavily wooded. Queen Anne Hill was entirely covered with dense growth and forest, early photographs which were taken in 1897 and 1898 show that the trees almost obstructed the view of Puget Sound. Through this wooded section one main trail wound up to the top of the hill, where our counterbalance now is, continuing to the present site of Mount Pleasant Cemetery. In 1897 new settlers in this district were: the Killians who settled at 2106 9th Ave. W., then a farm; the Gages; a Thomas family at 1928 8th Ave. W.; and E.C. Byers. Recent interviews with early settlers, Mrs. Dora Killian, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Draper, and Mr. Bellis revealed most of this information for an early history of the F. H. Coe School background. Mr. Jim Bushnell, who was one of these early settlers, was an assessor for many years- he married Miss Kate Ward, the first white child born in Seattle. Mr. Bushnell now resides at 501 W. Highland Dr. Early photographs of Queen Anne Hill taken in 1898 show only 8 or 10 houses with small clearings. These pioneers purchased supplied and groceries at the nearest general store located at the foot of the hill. and operated by Mr. E.C. Damon. Every two weeks, supplied previously ordered were delivered by horse and two-wheel cart, and by 1902 deliveries were increased to twice a week. Due to the lack of roads, mail was also delivered with horse and two-wheel cart to a focal point at Eight West and West McGraw Street. Here residents came to pick up the mail, walking along trails which were ankle-deep in dust and bordered with masses of 'White Hardhack' or 'Sea foam' flowers. On these walks the children whiled away time picking wild blackberries, which grew abundantly, for jams and jellies to be used for after-school snacks. By 1902 the streets were named and numbered and two streets were planked for wagon traffic. Water mains and sewers were being installed. The Washington Lumber and Shingle Company platted to Tenth Avenue West the entire district for residences in that year. Then four new homes were built and a real estate boom began. People came in rapidly; many bought, sold, and moved on after selling fora profit, while others settled permanently. Many settlers did not become well acquainted with their neighbors because they moved in and out so rapidly. With the boom the population grew, and increasing numbers of children complicated the school problem. At that time (1902) pupils were sent over trails or 'short-cuts' to the West Queen Anne School or the Denny School. In 1905 a narrow gauge railway and cable-car brought the residents to the top of the hill to a turnstile which was located approximately where Coe School now stands.. Six Avenue West was a wagon trail to McGraw Street. The southeast portion of Queen Anne Hill had more settlers while the Coe district was more timbered and less populated. In 1906 when Mr. and Mrs. Bellis came to the district only two houses had be built on Fourth Avenue West. Mr. DeBruler opened a grocery store at Sixth Avenue West and Crockett Street, and Mr. George Draper opened the first drug store. The first two churches were the Queen Anne Baptist on Sixteenth West and Howe Street, and the Queen Anne Methodist Church at First North and Republican Street. Dr. Franz H. Coe became a member of the Seattle School Board in 1901 and served for three years. He was a prominent and respected physician, and later the Franz H. Coe School was named for him. Mrs. Coe, his wife, showed considerable interest in school and community activities. Due to the crowded conditions in the West Queen Anne and Denny Schools some relief had to be given, and it was this apparent need which prompted the School Board to establish other classes (first and second grades) at the East Queen Anne Annex on Fourth Avenue North, between Newton and Crockett Streets, and extend further classes in the Coe District. So in 1906 two portables were erected on the present site, then unnamed. A Miss Gertrude I. Streeter taught the third grade, and Miss Elizabeth Quinn the second grade. Plans were then drawn up and construction commenced in 1906 on the large new building. In 1907 the building was completed, consisting of eight rooms and seating capacity of 384, at a total cost of $37,627. It was then named the Frantz H. Coe School in honor of Dr. F.H. Coe and opened for use in September 1907 with five teachers. The were: Miss Thart, principal and eight grade teacher; Miss Hoffman, who came from the middle west to accept this particular position; Miss May Baptie, now Mrs. Gleason of Hunts Point; Miss Lou Warren; and Miss Henrietta Isenbies. Enrollment increased almost immediately and soon two other teachers were added; one of them was Miss Nina Buchanan who later became County Superintendent of Schools. In June 1908, the daily average attendance was 356 pupils, and average of 39 pupils per teacher. The cost of books that year was $1024 and supplies $480. The first self-discipline plan was inaugurated in 1910 by Mill Lulie Nettleton and it was reported to have been highly successful. A pupil, Miss Isabel Draper, was the first president of that student organization. Miss Nettleton is also remembered as having a long shelf full of beautiful objects of art in front of her classroom. One of our most highly esteemed teachers, Miss Elizabeth McDougal, joined the Coe staff in 1910 as a second grade teacher, where she remained until her retirement in June 1948. At the end of the school year June 1919, there were 575 pupils enrolled at the F.H. Coe School and 18 teachers. Each one had a teaching load of over 35 pupils per room. Now another wing was added to the north side of the present building, consisting of 8 rooms. The portables were removed and the new wing occupied. Miss Elizabeth Tharp, first principal of the Coe School, retired in 1938 and has since made her home in Los Angeles. At that time, Miss Clara E. McKenzie came to Coe as a principal. When Miss McKenzie retired in 1948, she was followed by Mr. Wesley Cole, the present principal. Late improvements to Coe School include fencing, landscaping and black-topped playgrounds."
circa 1907-1972
31 31-23
Frantz H. Coe School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-61).
circa 1907-1972
31 31-24
B.F. Day School, 3921 Linden Ave. N.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-118).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22832).Accompanying article: "90th anniversary for B.F. Day School: B.F. Day, Seattle's oldest public school still operating, will hold a 90th anniversary reunion and open house between 7 and 9p.m. April 15 in the school, 3921 Linden Ave. N. The first school opened in 1890 but students had met a year ealier in a private home. In 1891, B.F. Day and his wife, Frances, donated a block of 20 lots valued at $10,000 to the school district. The brick building constructed thre was didicated in May, 1892" Taken from the Queen Anne News, March 30, 1980.
circa 1892
31 31-25
Denny School, view of the front from the left side
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-64).Accompanying text: "Denny School: In the selection of a site for the Denny Building, the following points were considered: distance from Central Building; central position between Lake Union and the bay and a commanding view. Accordingly block 's', bounded on the north by Wall Street, on the east by Sixth, on the south by Battery, and on the west by Fifth, was selected. From the east entrance of the building, a fine view of Lake Union is obtained; the west entrance commands a view of the bay and Alki Point. 'In architectural designs and beautiful finish, the Denny Building is not surpassed by any school house on the Pacific Coast. Judge Burke was appointed a committee of one to give special attention to its construction. Nothing that can add to the health and comfort of both teachers and pupils, has been left out.' These are the words used in the First Annual Report of the Superintendent which describes the building of Denny School in 1884 at a total cost of $45,811.55. For many years Denny School was one of the principal elementary schools of Seattle. The first regrade project on Denny Hill in 1906 made it necessary to remove one wing of the building but the remainder of the building continued in active use until plans were completed for the complete removal of the hill twenty-three years later. It is interesting to note that the excavations which made necessary the removal of the building also destroyed the view which was one of the principal reasons for the selection of the site. The Post-Intelligencer Building now stands approximately where the Denny School was located but many feet below the old building, and the land which had cost the District $8,200 was sold for $150,000. The cupola of the old Denny School still stands in Denny Park, placed there as a result of the efforts of loyal alumni."
circa 1885
31 31-26
Denny School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-62, 2).
circa 1885
31 31-27
Denny School Cupola, Denny Park
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-66, 2).Copied from the Seattle Public Library (SPL22684).
circa 1930
31 31-28
Wooden ramp leading up Denny Hill to the Denny School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (3724).Original photograph from Paul Dorpat.
Circa pre-1930
31 31-29
Denny School, view from the rear
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-63).
circa 1891
31 31-30
Denny School
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-65, 2).
Circa 1891
31 31-31
Denny School, looking from Fourth Avenue and Blanchard Street
Copied by Leslie Hamilton ( 2504).
May 6, 1927
31 31-32
Students of Denny School, class of 1916-1917
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (MS-1 ).
circa 1917
31 31-33
Students of Fremont School, standing in front of Nichols building, principal Mr. Brady standing at back center
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-127).
31 31-34
Georgetown School, 730 S. Homer St.
Copied by Leslie Hamilton (S-110).Accompanying text: "Georgetown School: Located at 730 S. Homer St., the Georgetown School building was constructed in the early 1900's. It served high-school students until 1927, when Cleveland High was completed; after that Georgetown became an elementary school, but it had to be closed in 1971 when encroaching industries left very few residents in the neighborhood. In 1972, Georgetown once more housed high-school students when Project Interchange, and alternative school, moved into the building. Students brightened the old school by doing much painting and making some physical changes to the interior. Under supervision of Director David Rinkel, the students also made improvements and given many hours of service at the former school annex that stands behind Georgetown School and is now a community center."Accompanying text: "Georgetown School: A long time ago Jacob Maple and his son, Eli, along with Luther Collins, came up the Duwamish river by boat. They were looking for some good pasture land and this seemed to be it. They settled in June 1851 on the site where the Boeing Airport Administration Building is now located. Each man had a 640 acre claim. Luther Collins' claim is now the car barn and power plant site and Maple's claim is now the center of Georgetown. After staking their claims the men went down the river to Pigeon Point where Youngstown Steel now is. Henry Van Asselt came back with the party. In the 1880's Julius Horton and his family arrived form Illinois. Mr. Horton bought 160 acres from Luther Collins. This land included the area bounded by East Marginal Way, Vale Street, Twelfth Avenue, and Corson Avenue. Transportation in the period was a problem. Two stages a day with a four-horse team made the trip to Seattle. This trip cost 25 cents. When the street cars came into being, in 1882, they were open coaches which ran on trestles over the tide-water flats. They ran from Dearborn Street to Charleston Street. The first street car was driven by Mr. Saunders. the Hortons and Mrs. W.A. Carle, who was a Horton, were the first to ride on it. In 1886 Julius Horton sold some of his land to Ed Sweeney and John Claussen for $50 an acre to build the Georgetown, or Rainier, Brewery. The Brewery was opened in 1891. It started as a small