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    [Street scene Pioneer Square in Seattle]
    Creation Date: ca 1918
    Catalog ID: 1998.17.2
    Call Number: 1998.17.2
    View of Pioneer Square in Seattle with pergola in foreground. The Square is crowded with people, ca. 1915. Bicycle parked in center. Lowman & Hanford Stationers sign visible.
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    Street Scene - Oak Harbor - Wash.
    Creation Date: 1937
    Catalog ID: 2005.102.7
    Street scene looking down a business street in Oak Harbor, Island County, WA, Ellis Postcard Company, 1937. Some automobiles, a van, and a truck are parked on the street and the small figure of a woman stands by the one. Among the business signs on the street are: Ford Motor Company, Centennial Flour and Feeds, and Oak Harbor Producers Co-op Co.
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    First Hill Residence District, Corner of Boren Avenue and University Street, Seattle
    Creation Date: ca. 1904
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.5716B
    Call Number: 1943.42.5716B
    Black and white, oblique angle glass plate negative image of a three storey brick residence on First Hill, at the corner of Boren Avenue and University Street, Seattle King County, WA, ca. 1904. The home is above a brick retaining wall. Two men are working in the yard, which doesn't appear to be landscaped yet, with shovels. An automobile is on the paved street in front of the home. See 1943.42.5716B for a residence on a different corner of this intersection.
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    Village Street Scene
    Catalog ID: 2010.0.330
    Call Number: IND STR 5.02.001
    photographic print, village street scene, unknown location or date (possibly a religious mission). Small crowd of possibly Native American people (men, women, and children) gather along a wide, dirt street lined with buildings, and decorated with evergreen boughs. A prominent Christian church is visible in the distance. Two of men in the center of the street appear to be black clothed priests.
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    At Wilkeson Wash
    Catalog ID: 2014.45.1.20
    Call Number: 2014.45.1.20
    Black and white, undated distant elevated panoramic view of buildings in Wilkeson, Pierce County, WA. A commercial street runs roughly parallel to and above image lower edge. Building on the street in image right has sign: Miners Trading Co. Other buildings are behind this street. Mining buildings are in image center background. The tops of railroad cars are faintly visible in lower right corner area, on a track running parallel to the street. A hill, sparsely covered with trees, is behind buildings in image left. Tree covered slopes are in image center and right background. See 2014.45.1.21 for an adjacent image. Stuart Miller Collection
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    [Sixth Avenue, Tacoma]
    Creation Date: Jan. 20, 1926
    Catalog ID: 1957.64.B14023
    Call Number: 1957.64.B14023
    Black and white cellulose nitrate negative image of Sixth Avenue, taken from the center of the street, probably looking east, Tacoma, Pierce County, WA, Jan 20, 1926. Automobiles are parked on both sides of the street, and a streetcar is in image center. Businesses in image left include: Sixth Avenue Furniture Co. Inc.; Pollyanna Cafe. A Piggly Wiggly store is at the corner at image right edge. The Foultz Variety Store, 2616 Sixth Avenue, owned by Jesse H. Foultz, and Prospect Meat Market, 2604 Sixth Avenue, are next to the Piggly Wiggly. The Sixth Avenue Baptist Church is in center right background.
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    Front St. Looking West. Lynden, Wash.
    Creation Date: ca. 1908
    Catalog ID: 2013.154.1.89
    Call Number: 2013.154.1.89
    Black and white fairly distant photographic image, looking west down the center of Front Street, a commercial street in Lynden, Whatcom County, WA, ca. 1908. One and two storey commercial buildings extend down both sides of the street into the background.
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    Billboards at Westlake Avenue and Olive Street, Seattle
    Creation Date: Mar. 1916
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.33391
    Call Number: 1943.42.33391
    Black and white glass plate negative image of billboards with signs by Foster & Kleiser, Inc. at the intersection of Westlake Avenue and Olive Street, Seattle, King County, WA, Mar. 1916, which are partially obscured by a few male and female pedestrians, a horse drawn delivery wagon, and 2 delivery trucks, one with sign: Express & Baggage University Dist. Billboard signs include: Wrigley's chewing gum; Third Annual Automo___Show, Arena; Empress Theatre posters; Clemmer Theatre signs, including: Clemmer, Home of Vitagraph, Lubin, Selig, Essan___ Inc. Signs behind billboards for Service Station, Commercial Garage, Never Closes Day or Night, GMC Trucks; Auto & Carrage Painting.
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    Riverside Street, Spokane
    Creation Date: May 20, 1916
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.34618
    Call Number: 1943.42.34618
    Black and white glass plate negative image looking down the length of Riverside Street, Spokane, Spokane County, WA, May, 1916, taken from a street intersection. Several pedestrians are on the sidewalk, mostly men. Three automobiles are in the middle of the street in the foreground, and 2 are parked in the background. Business signs visible on the street are: Sterling Dentists; Joyner Drug Store; Hill Bros. Shoes; The Upstairs Store; The Whitehouse Company; United Cigars. Sign for The Rookery building is visible near image right edge.
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    Sequim, Wash. [Street scene]
    Creation Date: ca. 1960
    Catalog ID: 1990.82.4101
    Call Number: 1990.82.4101
    Black and white, close safety film negative image looking down the center of a business street in Sequim, Clallam County, WA, ca. 1960. Automobiles are parked on both sides of the street and in traffic. The fronts or rears of 4 automobiles in the foreground are clearly visible. Legible business signs in image left foreground: Texaco; 76, Minute Man Service, U.S. Royal Tires on a service station. Signs in image right foreground: Sequim Drugs; Crest Motel; Pittsburgh Paints.