Columbia City (Seattle) Tour

  • By Cassandra Tate
  • Posted 9/25/2004
  • Essay 7044
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This is a guided photographic tour of Columbia City, an historic Seattle neighborhood and designated landmark. Also available as a printable walking tour (PDF format). Written by Cassandra Tate. Produced by Chris Goodman. Historical photographs provided by the Rainier Valley Historical Society and Paul Dorpat, with funding from the City of Seattle.

Note: All references to contemporary businesses in this tour date from May 2001. They are intended for orientation and information purposes only and do not imply recommendation or endorsement by the City of Seattle or by HistoryLink.

Click on the numbers on the map above to read more about Columbia City.

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Major Support for Provided By: The State of Washington | Patsy Bullitt Collins | Paul G. Allen Family Foundation | Museum Of History & Industry | 4Culture (King County Lodging Tax Revenue) | City of Seattle | City of Bellevue | City of Tacoma | King County | The Peach Foundation | Microsoft Corporation, Other Public and Private Sponsors and Visitors Like You