Not sure whom was parading, or exactly when, but the signs provide some clues.
Now & Then
Paul Dorpat digs into our rich local history, sharing images and stories from Seattle’s past.
The Silver Inn, long gone, was a restaurant for less than a decade. Now it’s the site of the Denny Building’s parking garage.
Decades later, this Ballard intersection would be declared the city’s ‘most dangerous.’
A groovy Now & Then that’s all about the ‘Then’ — Paul Dorpat’s 1968 Sky River Rock Festival | Now & Then VIEW
The 1968 Issue: Dorpat and a few friends created the 3-day rock ’n’ roll festival, inspired by another event they hosted: the dropping of a...
With students from Bellevue’s Hillside Student Community School, photographer Jean Sherrard revisits Paul Dorpat’s youthful photo of historic Place de la Concorde.
In July 1925, 30,000 Masons convened in Seattle for a conclave at City Hill Park.
Photographer Jean Sherrard packs Paul Dorpat’s 1955 photos for inspiration on a summer trip abroad.
Lloyd and Mary Anderson turned their West Seattle home into a recreational-supply warehouse en route to founding a retail giant.
After Seattle’s Great Fire of 1889, buildings featured many windows, making billboard placement difficult.
The Rozellna apartments were wiped out in the early 1960s by Interstate 5. Twenty years earlier, a 43-year-old woman died after falling through a window...
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