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    [Produce Building, Western Avenue, Seattle]
    Creation Date: May 19, 1909
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.14613
    Call Number: 1943.42.14613
    Black and white elevated glass plate negative image of several horse drawn delivery wagons, covered and uncovered, crowded on Western Avenue in front of the Produce Building, Seattle, King County, WA, May 19, 1909. Crates of produce are stacked on the sidewalk in front of the wholesale businesses in the building, and ready for loading into the wagons. Other crates are visible through the open doors of the businesses. A streetcar is amidst the bustle of wagons. Businesses in the Produce Building include: California Commission Co., 923 Western Avenue; Elerath & Radford, produce, 1007 Western Avenue, John H. Elerath and John E. Radford; Jobst & Hibler, wholesale produce, 813 Western Ave, Frank Jobst and Ross E. Hibler; Ferguson-Hendrix Co., wholesale commission merchants, 1015 Western Avenue, William H. Hendrix, president, William T. Ferguson, secretary; Seattle Tent & Awning Company, Western Avenue at the southwest corner of Spring Street, located in image far right. Signs on some of the delivery wagons: John P. Cronin, Grocer; New Metropolitan Grocery Co., Grocer. Sign on partially visible delivery truck in lower right image corner: The Bradner Co., Wholesale Butter, Eggs & Cheese, 1006 Western Avenue, Coe G. Bradner and E. Corris Bradner. Asahel Curtis
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    Elerath & Radford, Produce, 1007 Western Avenue, and Other Businesses, Seattle
    Creation Date: Jun. 2, 1909
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.14516
    Call Number: 1943.42.14516
    Black and white glass plate negative, oblique angle image of the Produce Building, a 2 story building at the intersection of Western Avenue and another street, both dirt roads, Seattle, King County, WA, June 2, 1909. Business signs on the building in image right include: Leslie-Power Co. Inc., grocers, 710 Western Avenue, John C. Leslie, president, David F. Power, secretary-treasurer; California Commission Co., 923 Western Avenue; Elerath & Radford, produce, 1007 Western Avenue, John H. Elerath and John E. Radford; Frank Jobst, wholesale produce, 813 Western Avenue, Frank Jobst and Ross E. Hibler. A loaded horse-team drawn delivery wagon and driver for possibly Thompson Transfer Co. is in the foreground. Other delivery wagons, including one for Frank Jobst, are in image right. Streetcar no. 39, Lake Washington is in image left. An automobile is parked on the street. Asahel Curtis