Jensen’s St. James Cathedral

September 2nd, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Historic Buildings | 3 Comments »
Click The beautiful and peaceful entrance to the St. James Cathedral, Seattle, Washington. Ektachrome by Max R. Jensen. Circa 1950′s or 1960′s.

Mutual Life Building 1974

August 23rd, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Historic Buildings | 16 Comments »
Click Mutual Life Building, Seattle, Washington. Photo by Marion Dean Ross, May 4, 1974. Image courtesy University of Oregon Libraries, Architecture of Oregon & the Pacific Northwest.
Click Mutual Life Building, Seattle, Washington. Photo by Marion Dean Ross, May 4, 1974. Image courtesy University of Oregon Libraries, Architecture of Oregon & the Pacific Northwest.

The View From The Needle 1962

August 2nd, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Photo Exposure | 28 Comments »
Click Photo shows a view south toward downtown Seattle from the Space Needle. The tracks for the Monorail run toward downtown. The edge of the observation platform is visible at the bottom of the photo. 1962. Image courtesy Washington State Digital Archives.

Jensen’s Excursion Line

July 22nd, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Photo Exposure | 10 Comments »
Click Puget Sound Excursion Line, Inc. Operating four U.S. Coast Guard inspected vessels. Available for charter to large and small groups, Salmon Bakes, San Juan Isl and Excursions, Seafair Races, and football games. Equipped with spacious open decks, ship-to-shore radio record player, public address system, juke box, piano, dance area and galley for food service. Photo by Max R. Jensen.

Graham’s Seattle Deco

July 13th, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Historic Buildings | 4 Comments »
Another John Graham Deco gem, like this 1932 study. Not built, if only… Click for the high res copy.
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Click Architectural study of proposed development for Second Avenue, Seattle. 1925-1935 by John Graham & Company. Image courtesy University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division.

Seattle Street 19xx

July 1st, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Photo Exposure | 16 Comments »
Click Photograph of a Seattle street scene. Date and photographer unknown. Image courtesy Washington State Digital Archives.

Jensen’s Gray Line Sightseer

June 27th, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Photo Exposure | 8 Comments »
Click Gray Line Sightseer passing through U. S. Government Locks, second largest locks in the world. The locks make it possible for large ships to come into the heart of the city to Lake Union and Lake Washington as well as bringing the small craft into a snug harbor. Ektachrome by Max R. Jensen.

The Torrington 1935

June 14th, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Historic Buildings | 8 Comments »
Click The Torrington. Architectural rendering, 1935, Edward Osborn, Seattle Washington. There is no record that The Torrington was ever built. Image courtesy U.W. University Libraries Digital Collection.

Jensen’s M. V. Wickersham

June 8th, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Photo Exposure | 5 Comments »
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A complete history on this beauty is availabe here. In 2001, after 34 years of service, the vessel was sold for scrap in Turkey (photo here).
Click M. V. Wickersham, is the newest ship of the Alaska Marine Highway. The 363 ft. vessel, purchased from Sweden at a cost of $7 million, complements the fleet of State ferries travelling in Alaska. It is named after the late, highly respected Alaska pioneer, Judge James Wickersham. Color photo by Max R. Jensen.

Seattle Pier 1972

June 3rd, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Photo Exposure | 3 Comments »
The “Seattle Pier” shot comes from Marion Dean Ross
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Click Seattle Waterfront Pier, Seattle, Washington. May 24, 1972. Photo by Marion Dean Ross. Image courtesy University of Oregon Libraries, Architecture of Oregon & the Pacific Northwest.

Fireboat Duwamish 1912

May 27th, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Photo Exposure | 3 Comments »
All star contributor Allen was kind enough to send in yet another fantastic photo of early Seattle. This time around you can see the fireboat “Duwamish” at Firehouse No.
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The clarity of the photo is impressive — and such a great little nugget of Seattle history. Thanks Allen! Click for the high res.
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Click Fireboat “Duwamish” at Firehouse No. 5 at the foot of Madison in Downtown Seattle, March 17, 1912. The “Duwamish” was built in 1909 and served until 1985 when she was retired. The boat is still afloat and operational. http://www.flickr.com/photos/crackdog/5715460154/in/photostream Photo courtesy Allen.

Home Of The Huskies Pt. 3

May 24th, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Photo Exposure | 30 Comments »
This is the third in our series of “Home of the Huskies” postcards and the second aerial from Max R.
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Click Beautifully situated on Lake Washington in Seattle is the modern Stadium of the University of Washington and the Hec Edmundson Pavilion, Home of the Huskies. Ektachrome by Max R. Jensen.

Cal Anderson Park 1912

May 18th, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Photo Exposure | 14 Comments »
Frequent Vintage Seattle contributor Allen
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Click Modern woodmen drills, Lincoln Park playground (Now Cal Anderson Park), Seattle, 1912. http://www.flickr.com/photos/crackdog/5714894419/in/photostream Photo courtesy Allen.

Jensen’s Lobbying The Olympic

May 12th, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Photo Exposure | 6 Comments »
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Click Here, at the Olympic Western Hotel, Seattle, the elegance, the exquisite good taste of the main lobby greets you with the first warm welcome that you will enjoy throughout your stay at this world-famous hotel. Color photo by Max R. Jensen.

Rendering The Rainier Club 1928

May 6th, 2011 by Cliffe | Sorted Historic Buildings | 5 Comments »
Seattle’s Rainier Club, built in 1904, is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Below find Bebb & Gould’s 1928 architectural rendering of a new wing addition that was completed in 1929.
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Click Architectural drawing of alterations & additions for the Rainier Club. Architect: Bebb & Gould, 1928. The Rainier Club was founded by Judge Thomas Burke, E.M. Carr, and W.A. Peters as a social club and boarding house for men in 1888. The current building was erected in the early 1900′s. It was designed by Spokane-based architects Kirtland K. Cutter and Karl G. Malmgren in the Jacobean-style and modeled after Aston Hall in Birmingham, England. Beginning in 1919, architect Carl F. Gould designed several additions to the club, including a complementary south wing and a new entrance in 1929. Image courtesy U.W. University Libraries Digital Collection.