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Seattle Public Schools, 1862-2000: William Cullen Bryant Elementary School

This People's History of William Cullen Bryant Elementary School is is taken from Building for Learning: Seattle Public School Histories, 1862-2000 by Nile Thompson and Carolyn J. Marr. That book, pub...

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Seattle Public Schools, 1862-2000: Wing Luke Elementary School

This People's History of Wing Luke Elementary School is taken from Building for Learning: Seattle Public School Histories, 1862-2000 by Nile Thompson and Carolyn J. Marr. That book, published in 2002 ...

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Seattle Public Schools, 1862-2000: Woodrow Wilson Junior High School

This People's History of Woodrow Wilson Junior High School is taken from Building for Learning: Seattle Public School Histories, 1862-2000 by Nile Thompson and Carolyn J. Marr. That book, published in...

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Seattle Public Schools, 1862-2000: Worth McClure Middle School

This People's History of Worth McClure Middle School is taken from Building for Learning: Seattle Public School Histories, 1862-2000 by Nile Thompson and Carolyn J. Marr. That book, published in 2002 ...

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Seattle University's Chapel of St. Ignatius

Seattle University's Chapel of St. Ignatius, dedicated on April 6, 1997, was the first major work in the region designed by Steven Holl (b. 1947), a New York architect born in Bremerton, raised locall...

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Seattle's Early Movie Theaters

During the early twentieth century, America fell in love with the movies, and Seattle was no exception. It all began in December 1894 when Seattleites were introduced to Thomas Edison's newest inventi...

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Seattle's Film Row and its Rendezvous Cafe and Jewel Box Theater

Seattle's Belltown neighborhood just north of downtown was home to the Northwest's Film Row even before the dawn of "talkies" in the late 1920s. Hollywood's major movie studios based regional distribu...

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

This slideshow is a scrapbook of photos on the development of Seattle's First Hill -- from the steep Profanity Hill of the old King County courthouse days (1890-1930) to the building of Harborview Hos...

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Seattle's Great Fire

On June 6, 1889, a fire started from an upset glue pot in a carpentry shop located in the basement of a downtown Seattle building and spread to consume Seattle's entire business district. The Great Fi...

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Shadle Park: Spokane's First "Modern" High School

Shadle Park High School, located at 4327 N Ash Street in northwest Spokane, was built in the mid-1950s and opened for classes in September 1957. Designed by Culler, Gale, Martell & Norriet, the buildi...

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Sicks' Stadium (Seattle)

Sicks' Stadium, built in 1938, was a Seattle landmark for more than four decades. Located in Rainier Valley at the intersection of Rainier Avenue and McClelland Street, the baseball stadium was home t...

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Sicks' Stadium (Seattle) in the 1930s: a Reminiscence

In this account, Sally Flood remembers the games at Seattle's Sicks' Stadium in the late 1930s.

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