Pacific Builder and Engineer
Preview up to 100 items from this collection below. Read digital editions of this weekly Northwest construction and engineering publication from 1906-1910. Issues document notable construction news in the Pacific Northwest.
Lady barber, Pike Place Market barber shop, March 1967
Market lady barber
Date: 1967-03View this item
Pacific Builder and Engineer, v. 8,Index, Jul.-Dec. 1909
Index to second half of 1909 (Volume 8), July - December, 1909.
Date: 1909View this item
Pacific Builder and Engineer, v. 8, no. 31, Jul. 24, 1909
Page 288-289 article discusses the Masonic Building at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. A photograph and floor plans are included.
Date: 1909-07-31View this item
Pacific Builder and Engineer, v. 7, no. 21, May 22, 1909
Page 213 article discusses construction progress on the Alaska-Yukon-Exposition grounds.
Date: 1909-05-22View this item
Pacific Builder and Engineer, v. 7, no. 18, May 1, 1909
Date: 1909-05-01View this item
Pacific Builder and Engineer, v. 5, no. 36, Sep. 7, 1907
Page 6-8 article discusses drainage plans to address flooding in the Duwamish River Valley.
Date: 1907-09-07View this item
Pacific Builder and Engineer, v. 6, no. 27, Jul. 4, 1908
Page 252 article by architect Augustus Warren Gould discusses a new civic plan to improve the city.
Date: 1908-07-04View this item
Children of Sarah Jane Latimer Dawdy, ca. 1920
Sarah Jane Latimer Dawdy (1847-1915) was the daughter of Alexander Latimer and his second wife, Julia Ann Hart (1819-1850). She married John W. Dowdy on March 25, 1868 in Knox, Illinois. They had three children, Drennan Latimer Dawdy, Norval Dawdy and Daisy E. Dawdy. Location and exact date of the photograph are unknown.
Date: 1920?View this item
Pacific Builder and Engineer, v. 5, no. 21, May. 25, 1907
Date: 1907-05-25View this item
Pacific Builder and Engineer, v. 8, no. 40, Sep. 25, 1909
Page 380-382 article discusses railroad stations in Tacoma and Spokane. Page 385 discusses use of the wireless telegraph at the Alaska-Pacific-Yukon Exposition.
Date: 1909-10-02View this item