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...
Now & Then
Paul Dorpat digs into our rich local history, sharing images and stories from Seattle’s past.
Designed and built by architect James Stephen, the three-story school opened in 1910; the museum marks its 10th anniversary this year.
The market opened in 1907, a year or two after this ‘Then’ photo was taken, in an area to the south, where middlemen operated. They...
Eva’s Stone Cottage is covered in rocks from the nearby beach.
Members of the Love Israel Family performed at the 1976 Folklife Festival, while the Mad Robins took the stairs in 2018.
Jean Sherrard finds the same space for his ‘Now’ photo of Madison and Third, but a much different time.
Sarah and John Denny lived in this 1869 home at the corner of Third and Union, now home to a post office.
The Hotel Leland has been Pike Place Market’s cornerstone, even before there was a Market | Now & Then
The hotel at the corner of Pike and Post Alley was built in 1902-03 and still stands, with many changes.
This 1884/1885 panoramic image of ‘where rails meet sails,’ by Theo E. Peiser, is one of only six or so photos taken from the hill...
Hamilton’s Hall in Georgetown once featured a space on the second floor that hosted campaign rallies, dances, secret-society meetings and more.
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