July 5, 2017

       Temporary wooden bridge extending from Olive Place to Yale Ave. Circa 1962, looking west  Image: Washington State Archives

For those of you, whether on foot or on wheels, gnashing your teeth over how frustrating it has been this summer to trav...

July 5, 2017

The house was built in 1906 for Alexander Pantages by architects Knapp & West at the southeast corner of Denny Way and Harvard Avenue. It was landmarked for three reasons: its association with Pantages, its architectural style, and its prominent siting at the corner of...

July 5, 2017

        Lincoln Reservoir as viewed from the since demolished Marianne Manor on Nagle Place.  Circa late 1990s.  Courtesy Clare Livingston.

Note well the geyser of water to the left of the pine tree.   For those of you who moved to Seattle after...

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