• Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Harbor Island and Duwamish Waterway Districts, 1911

    Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Harbor Island and Duwamish Waterway Districts, 1911

    Bogue, Virgil B.

    Map showing proposed city improvements under the Plan of Seattle, commonly known as the Bogue Plan. Designed by Virgil Bogue, Seattle's municipal plans director, the Bogue Plan proposed a series of improvements aimed at beautifying the city and making it making it more cohesive after years of rapid growth and industrialization. The plan worked in tandem with the Olmsted Brothers new system of parks, begun in 1903, and proposed new government buildings, an improved city center and an interurban road connecting the city together. The plan was rejected by voters in 1912.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2465533_7

    Date: 1911

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  • Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing West Seattle Waterfront District, 1911

    Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing West Seattle Waterfront District, 1911

    Bogue, Virgil B.

    Map showing proposed city improvements under the Plan of Seattle, commonly known as the Bogue Plan. Designed by Virgil Bogue, Seattle's municipal plans director, the Bogue Plan proposed a series of improvements aimed at beautifying the city and making it making it more cohesive after years of rapid growth and industrialization. The plan worked in tandem with the Olmsted Brothers new system of parks, begun in 1903, and proposed new government buildings, an improved city center and an interurban road connecting the city together. The plan was rejected by voters in 1912.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2465533_5

    Date: 1911

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  • Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Central Waterfront District, a portion of Smith's Cove-West Point District and Railroad Avenue, 1911

    Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Central Waterfront District, a portion of Smith's Cove-West Point District and Railroad Avenue, 1911

    Bogue, Virgil B.

    Map showing proposed city improvements under the Plan of Seattle, commonly known as the Bogue Plan. Designed by Virgil Bogue, Seattle's municipal plans director, the Bogue Plan proposed a series of improvements aimed at beautifying the city and making it making it more cohesive after years of rapid growth and industrialization. The plan worked in tandem with the Olmsted Brothers new system of parks, begun in 1903, and proposed new government buildings, an improved city center and an interurban road connecting the city together. The plan was rejected by voters in 1912.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2465533_9

    Date: 1911

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  • Untitled (brittle surface)

    Untitled (brittle surface)

    Goldberg, Joseph, 1947-

    Identifier: spl_art_G564Un

    Date: 1971

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  • Guam village

    Guam village

    Elvidge, Anita M.

    Identifier: spl_art_El86Gu

    Date: 1953-56

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  • Map of the City of Seattle, Washington Territory, Showing Its Additions and the Walla Walla Rail Road, 1875

    Map of the City of Seattle, Washington Territory, Showing Its Additions and the Walla Walla Rail Road, 1875

    Harris, S.C.

    Map depicting land claims of many of Seattle's founders such as Denny, Bell and Yesler.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2467399

    Date: 1875

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  • Map of Seattle Tide Lands, Harbor Island Terminals and Vicinity, 1913

    Map of Seattle Tide Lands, Harbor Island Terminals and Vicinity, 1913

    Washington Map & Blue Print Co.

    Map showing Seattle Tide Lands including railway lines and stations. Manufacturing plans and other businesses also labeled. The route for the abandoned South Canal through Beacon Hill can be seen on the lower right.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2448166

    Date: 1913

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  • Map of the City of Seattle and Adjacent Territory Accompanying Report of Municipal Plans Commission, 1911

    Map of the City of Seattle and Adjacent Territory Accompanying Report of Municipal Plans Commission, 1911

    Bogue, Virgil B.

    Map showing proposed city improvements under the Plan of Seattle, commonly known as the Bogue Plan. Designed by Virgil Bogue, Seattle's municipal plans director, the Bogue Plan proposed a series of improvements aimed at beautifying the city and making it making it more cohesive after years of rapid growth and industrialization. The plan worked in tandem with the Olmsted Brothers new system of parks, begun in 1903, and proposed new government buildings, an improved city center and an interurban road connecting the city together. The plan was rejected by voters in 1912.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2444648_2

    Date: 1911

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  • Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Lake Union Waterfront District, 1911

    Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Lake Union Waterfront District, 1911

    Bogue, Virgil B.

    Map showing proposed city improvements under the Plan of Seattle, commonly known as the Bogue Plan. Designed by Virgil Bogue, Seattle's municipal plans director, the Bogue Plan proposed a series of improvements aimed at beautifying the city and making it making it more cohesive after years of rapid growth and industrialization. The plan worked in tandem with the Olmsted Brothers new system of parks, begun in 1903, and proposed new government buildings, an improved city center and an interurban road connecting the city together. The plan was rejected by voters in 1912.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2465533_12

    Date: 1911

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  • Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Lake Washington-Bellevue-Renton Waterfront District, 1911

    Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle map showing Lake Washington-Bellevue-Renton Waterfront District, 1911

    Bogue, Virgil B.

    Map showing proposed city improvements under the Plan of Seattle, commonly known as the Bogue Plan. Designed by Virgil Bogue, Seattle's municipal plans director, the Bogue Plan proposed a series of improvements aimed at beautifying the city and making it making it more cohesive after years of rapid growth and industrialization. The plan worked in tandem with the Olmsted Brothers new system of parks, begun in 1903, and proposed new government buildings, an improved city center and an interurban road connecting the city together. The plan was rejected by voters in 1912.

    Identifier: spl_maps_2465533_17

    Date: 1911

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