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Early Skykomish. Affectionately known as "Sky" Skykomish began with the Great Northern Railway. In 1890 when James J. Hill decided to extend his Great Northern Railway to the Pacific coast from Montana, he hired John F. Stevens as chief locating e…
—First Presbyterian missionary to serve western Washington, 1854. Started 15 churches including the first Presbyterian church of Seattle. —President of University of Washington, 1865-66 & 1874-76. —Founded Sumner Academy, 1…
In Memory of the United Confederate Veterans 1861 - 1865
Built in 1894 as The Baily Building Is part of the Pioneer Square Historic District which was entered in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
Under the Provisions of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, This Property Possesses Exceptional Value in Illustrating American History and Culture Entered in the National Register of Historic Places August 18, 1980 by the U.…
In Honor of Dr. Barney B. Clark 1921 - 1983 Medical Pioneer First Recipient Artificial Heart He gave of Himself For Others
This Excellent Example of Richardsonian Romanesque Architecture was Built as the City Expanded Northward to Meet the Needs of the Alaskan Gold Rush. It, also was Long in Use as a Workingmen's Hotel, and Has Been Converted to Apartment Housing…
This is Another of Umbrecht's Elegant Designs, and an Enlargement and Remodeling of an Earlier Hotel. It is Perhaps the Most Elegant, with it's Rich Window casings, Cornices, and restored to Accomodate (sic) ApartmentLiving.
Designed in 1901 by Max Umbrecht For Clifford Beebe, This Building Although Presenting an Elegant Neo-Regency Facade, Housed a Modest Hostelry for Most of its Earlier Life. It was Restored to In-City Housing by the Cornerstone Development Co…
On This SiteThe Salvation Army Commenced Work in SeattleJune 5th 1887
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