1880-1920. Photo of wooden building with some windows and doors missing or boarded up, foundations exposed, and no stairs leading up to doors. Old 6th St. school, moved to So side Marian Sts and east of 7th Ave. Image courtesy Washington State Digital Archives.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, one of the busiest air terminals of the U.S.A. Seen loading on right the tall tail of a Pan-American 707 Jetliner, on the landing strip a Trans-Canada DC3, the old workhorse, and to the left a conventional Western Airlines plane. What a contrast between the old and new in passenger aviation! Color photo by Max R. Jensen. Circa 1960′s.
Washington Pioneer Hall, date unknown, view S. E. 43rd & Blaine Str. E. Photo shows two-story brick building with arched windows and “Washington Pioneer Hall” carved near top. Sign on side says “Olympic Boat Works.” Image courtesy Washington State Digital Archives.
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