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Portland, Your History II

November 25th, 2009 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | No Comments »
Dan Davis e-mailed in with word that he’s launched his own vintage website Vintage Portland. So once you’ve had your fill at schlockstar’s Lost Portland, check out Dan’s newest blog on the scene and enjoy old Stumptown.
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Portland, Oregon – the metropolis of the Pacific Northwest / C.L. Smith. 1888, population with suburbs, 60,000. Supplement to “The West Shore,” Portland, Oregon. Copyrighted 1888. Image courtesy Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Me Gusta El Blog De Gabi Campanario

May 11th, 2008 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | 1 Comment »
A very cool new blog popped up recently from Seattle Times illustrator and Vintage Seattle reader Gabi Campanario, El Blog De Gabi Campanario. Gabi has been posting some really awesome sketches and I especially loved the House That Got Away feature. Also check out his Fairview Home sketch (I profiled the homes here) and the Minor Ave homes (which were what Jonathan Hanlon was actually writing in about). Give Gabi’s blog a look — you’ ll be impressed.
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Fairview home in South Lake Union. Sketch by Gabi Campanario.
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Minor Ave homes in South Lake Union. Sketch by Gabi Campanario.

Oklahoma City, Your History

March 23rd, 2008 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | 1 Comment »
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Sorry — had to get that out of my system. In the past we’ve explored Vintage Vegas and Chicag-ey. Now I want to draw your attention to Doug Dawgz Blog covering vintage Oklahoma City.
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Where Didi and I post piecemeal, Doug lays down the epic posts. Case in point: this stockyard post. Check it out and don’t be afraid to add it to your bookmarks.
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Here are two panoramic views of Oklahoma City from 1910.
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Oh and Doug, no bad blood with your city stealing our Sonics away.
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Panoramic view of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma circa 1910. Image courtesy Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
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Panoramic view of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma circa 1910. Haines Photo Co.; April 21, 1910. Image courtesy Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Links To The Past: Week Of February 24

February 24th, 2008 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | 2 Comments »
Links To The Past is back from the dead.
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Big week of news, mostly Ballard Googie related.

Links To The Past: Week Of January 13

January 14th, 2008 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | No Comments »
What’s this? Links To The Past back for a second week.
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Links To The Past: Week Of January 6

January 6th, 2008 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | 1 Comment »
Links To The Past is finally back after weeks of very little preservation news.
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Your History: Very Vintage Vegas, Baby

December 22nd, 2007 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | 3 Comments »
Let’s take this slow holiday weekend to explore outside of Seattle, shall we? Uncle Jack Levine is running the Very Vintage Vegas<
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being an even younger city than Seattle. As he writes on his site, the 1950′s are considered “old” in Las Vegas. Jack is a realtor who has helped people find vintage (and other) housing in Vegas for the past 17 years.
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There’s also a great feature on the blog highlighting the worst MLS listing photographs and is it hilarious. Didi also posted regarding this dolphin shower curtain shot that had me in stiches. Just awesome. Give Jack’s Blog a click.
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And just to illustrate how young Vegas is, take a look at this city panorama from 1910.
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In 1911, the city had just 800 residents.
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Panoramic photograph of Las Vegas, Nevada. Circa 1910. Image courtesy Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Links To The Past: Week Of October 28

October 28th, 2007 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | No Comments »
Links To The Past is back this week after a layoff during slow news.

Links To The Past: Week Of October 7

October 7th, 2007 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | No Comments »
I’m coming to you live from San Francisco, California (here attending a friend’s wedding). Here’s a roundup of what’s happen ing history and nostalgia-wise back home
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Chicago, Your History

October 3rd, 2007 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | 2 Comments »
Just found out about Vintage Seattle reader Didi’s blog on Chicago called Bright Lights Dim Beauty of Chicago. Give it a read, it’s a nice chance to step out of Seattle for a bit and explore the history of another great city.
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Be sure to read her post on Suicide Secrets Of The Stevens Hotel — reminds me of the Stephen King movie I just saw called 1408. I’m thinking the Your History feature is a good way to find out about other parts of the US of A, so let’ s keep thi
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a regular thing. And now for a Chicago themed visual. Click on the image for a high-res view.
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Bird’s Eye View Of The World’ s Columbian Expo sition, Chicago, 1893. Image courtesy Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C.
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Bird’ s Eye View Of The Bu siness District Of Chicago. Image courtesy Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C.

Links To The Past: Week Of September 30

September 30th, 2007 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | 2 Comments »
After last week’s deluge of nostalgia, preservation, and history — this week is much lighter.
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Links To The Past: Week Of September 23

September 23rd, 2007 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | No Comments »
Well, well,
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well. Quite a lot of Seattle history and nostalgia to report this week. The Seattle PI wrote up a great series covering the last 100 years of the city. Speaking of last week’s links — I rushed out to the Bridge Motel on 99 late this week hoping to capture it before it was taken down. No dice. It was a pile of rubble. A shame. Other sad news to report this week is the passing of Walt Crowley of HistoryLink.org.

Links To The Past: Week Of September 16

September 16th, 2007 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | 1 Comment »
New updates have been a little slow this week as I’ m out of town visiting fa
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mily in Pennsylvania. Regular updates should resume later tomorrow or Tuesday night. Until then, here are this week’s Links To The Past.

Links To The Past: Week Of September 9

September 10th, 2007 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | No Comments »
Ron Paul is *still* in the news, how about that.
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Links To The Past: Week Of September 2

September 3rd, 2007 by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past | No Comments »
Had to skip over Links To The Past last week as there wasn’t a whole lot going on. But don’t you worry, we’re back and better than ever before.
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