The four-day blizzard of 1916 was Seattle’s deepest snowstorm in history — and the First Hill church’s doomed dome could not withstand it.
A Seattle woman’s focus on ‘Early-Day Mansions’ featured one downtown that was owned by one of the city’s most powerful and popular couples.
From the top of the Occidental Hotel, pioneer photographer Theodore Peiser captured buildings — some not quite aligned — later lost to Seattle’s 1889 Great...
Visitors could walk through a replica of the Air Force’s intermediate range ballistic missile — once the sergeant with the keys got to work.
A circus billboard helps mark the timing of this photo, taken from the top of the then-five-story King County Courthouse.
Husky fever was ‘automatic,’ but we’re not as sure about that ‘Player.’
The Bon Marché anchored the $3 million shopping center, back when it had an uncovered ‘Miracle Mile.’
The Seattle-Tacoma Interurban Railway stopped at this intersection, where salmon oil once greased the streets for log delivery.
Built on the site of the University of Washington’s first school building, the Met closed after a Dec. 4, 1954, performance, and was torn down...
Begun in 1923, the Olympic (now the Fairmont Olympic) was described as ‘the hotel of Seattle’s dreams.’