Seattle's First Hill: King County Courthouse and Harborview Hospital -- A Slideshow

  • By Curated by Priscilla Long
  • Posted 3/22/2001
  • Essay 7038

This slideshow is a scrapbook of photos on the development of First Hill -- from the steep Profanity Hill of the old King County Courthouse days (1890-1930) to the building of Harborview Hospital in 1931. Curated by Priscilla Long. Commentary by historian and photographer Paul Dorpat.

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