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Avenue P Looking North from Fourth Street, Anacortes, March 8, 1890

Black and white, fairly close photographic image looking north on Avenue P from Fourth Street, in Anacortes, Skagit County, WA, March 8, 1890. Avenue P is a plank road with railroad tracks in the center of the street. A large group of men, and one woman, are standing across the street, posing for the photographer. More people are standing on a plank sidewalk in front of businesses in image left, on a plank connecting the sidewalk to the street, and in the background. A stack of lumber and rocks or debris are between the sidewalk and street. Business sign in image left foreground: Donnell & Havekost, Real Estate. Business signs in image right background, from right to left: Bodega; Hardware Store; Real Estate; Real Estate. More commercial buildings are in center background. Edward Nolan collection


Creation Date: Mar. 8, 1890

Catalog ID: 2016.11.77

Call Number: PHOTO A / 2016.11.77

Object Types: print, photographic

Dimensions: image height 7.5 in . image width 9.25 in . overall height 10 in . overall width 11.25 in

Related Subjects: Anacortes street Anacortes, WA Skagit County Avenue P Fourth Street (Anacortes) street scene Donnell & Havekost real estate business Bodega Bar sidewalk, plank plank road track, railroad woman hardware store