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    [Construction of Bell Street Terminal, Pier 66, Port of Seattle,1914-1915]
    Creation Date: 1914-1915
    Catalog ID: 2012.0.170
    Call Number: 2012.0.170
    Black and white photographic image of the Bell Street Terminal, Pier 66, at the Port of Seattle, Seattle, King County, WA, under construction by the J.A. McEachern Co. Inc., 1914-1915, viewed from the surface of the pier, looking towards the end in the water. Lumber is piled on the floor, and the framework for the structure is visible near the pier's end. Two construction barges with tall structures on them are in the water. A few workers are in the distant background on the pier.
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    [View of South Seattle from Beacon Hill]
    Creation Date: 1881
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.17047
    Call Number: Curtis 17047; album 74 p. 69; album 80B p. 3; album 169 p. 15
    glass plate negative and photographic print in albums, view showing the south end of King County and Seattle from Beacon Hill. Water front harbor area and elevated Columbia and Puget Sound Railroad tracks are shown. Residential neighborhood homes are visible and several tall sailing ships are present in Puget Sound, Elliott Bay. The commercial activity and waterfront jetty in south Elliott Bay (Dearborn Street area) prior to filling is shown. Asahel Curtis, photographer, copy image, original view dated 1881 (Curtis copy 1910).
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    [Seattle from waterfront]
    Creation Date: ca. 1888
    Catalog ID: S1992.27.47
    Call Number: S1992.27.47
    Black and white, ca. 1888, image of Seattle business buildings behind waterfront buildings. Elliott Bay is in the foreground. Two small sailboats and a few rowboats are by Budlong's Boathouse. Business signs on buildings beyond the waterfront include Y.M.C.A. and Golden Rule Bazaar.
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    West Highland Drive : a historical walking tour of Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood
    Creation Date: 2009
    Catalog ID: 2009.1.37
    Call Number: PAM/979.7772/J711w/2009
    49-page pamphlet by Bruce Jones, featuring photographs and text describing historical homes on West Highland Drive at the top of Seattle's Queen Anne Counterbalance (cable car). Includes numbered map identifying location of residences. Front cover features birdseye view; back cover consists of photograph of the area with view of Puget Sound in background. Published in 2009.
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    Seattle's Famous Harbor
    Creation Date: ca. 1944
    Catalog ID: 2005.102.15
    Aerial perspective view of Seattle, WA with the downtown area in photo center. Elliott Bay, with piers along the waterfront is above photo lower edge with the ferry Kalakala among the few ships in the bay.
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    A History of Seattle Waterfront Workers, 1884-1934
    Creation Date: 1991
    Catalog ID: 2016.30.35
    Call Number: 331.887/M271h/1991
    292 page illustrated book (22x14.5 cm.) by Ronald Magden presenting a history of Seattle waterfront workers, 1884-1934. Funded by the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union of Seattle [and] The Washington Commission for the Humanities. Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-292). 1st ed. Published in Seattle, WA in 1991. Robin Paterson Collection
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    Building the Steamer Geo. E Starr, Hammond shipyard, Seattle, 1912
    Creation Date: 1880
    Catalog ID: CURTIS/22878
    Call Number: curtis/22878
    Construction of a small wooden steamship (the "Geo. E Starr") on the ways between Columbia and Cherry St., Seattle, 1880. The shipyard was owned by William Hammond. The Yesler Wharf is in the background. The exterior planking is being applied to the steamer. In the background, the water is filled with floating logs.
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    [Construction of Bell Street Terminal, Pier 66, Port of Seattle,1914-1915]
    Creation Date: 1914-1915
    Catalog ID: 2012.0.168
    Call Number: 2012.0.168
    Black and white photographic image of the construction of the Bell Street Terminal, Pier 66, at the Port of Seattle, Seattle, King County, WA, by the J.A. McEachern Co. Inc., 1914-1915, viewed from the water, looking at the end of the pier. The framing for the terminal on pilings is visible in center background. Two construction barges, each with a tall wooden structure, are in foreground. The company name is on their sides, with additional text: Bridges, Wharves and PIle Foundations, 521Bailey Blg., Seattle, WN. Office Phone Main 394.
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    [commemorative plate for Seattle, WA]
    Creation Date: 1901-1907
    Catalog ID: 2015.22.2
    Souvenir plate for Seattle. Made for the Rowland & Marsellus Company, as part of the American Scenes issue, 1901-1907. Ceramic, with round and raised base, outward flaring sides, and curving or rounded rim edge. Upper surface is glazed dark blue with scenes of Seattle, including Snoqualmie Falls, Princess Angeline, the Seattle waterfront, the Government Dry Dock in Bremerton, WA, the totem pole in Pioneer Square, and Mount Rainier. At center is a large illustration of the Carnegie Library. Each scene is identified. Printed in dark blue on underside is emblem for Rowland & Marsellus and their name.
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    [Eddie Hubbard piloting first Seattle-Victoria, B.C. International Air Mail Flight]
    Creation Date: Mar. 3, 1919
    Catalog ID: 2015.15.2.63
    Call Number: 2015.15.2.63
    Black and white, close photographic image of pilot Eddie Hubbard waving as his seaplane departs on first delivery of international air mail from Seattle to Victoria, B.C., March 3, 1919. Text on side of the seaplane: U.S. Mail. Buildings along the Seattle waterfront are visible in the background. One day's time was saved in the handling of mail from America to the Orient and Antipodes, or vice versa. In the terms of the contract, the aerial postman made flights regularly, regardless of weather. The aviator contracted to make at least ten round trips a month between Seattle and Victoria, B.C., where it met all important Oriental and Antipodean steamers. Pedrose Collection