Peter Steinbrueck Pike Place Market Collection
Preview up to 100 items from this collection below. Seattle’s Pike Place Market became a historic district in 1971, the result of grassroots organizers led by Victor Steinbrueck. This collection features blueprints, posters, articles and papers related to the market.
'Keep Our Market Alive' flyer, 1971
Illustrated flyer urging voters to 'Vote Yes' on the Market Initiative. Illustration depicts Pike Place Market at the intersection of 1st Avenue and Pike Street.
Date: 1971View this item
Illustrated Pike Place Market shopping bag
Illustrated, orange paper shopping bag depicting Pike Place Market scenes.
Identifier: spl_ps_024View this item
Pike Plaza Urban Renewal flyer
Flyer describing the reasons to support the redevelopment of the Pike Place Market area and rebuild the Central Business District area.
Identifier: spl_ps_031View this item
Shopping bag with illustration of the National Bank of Commerce Pike Place branch
Illustrated, white paper shopping bag with illustrations by Victor Steinbrueck depicting the Pike Place Branch of the National Bank of Commerce.
Identifier: spl_ps_027View this item
Pike Place Market wrapping paper in yellow
Yellow Pike Place Market wrapping paper with illustrations in green.
Identifier: spl_ps_029View this item
Pike Plaza Project architectural plans, 1967
Architectural plans for the Pike Plaza Project depicting the vendors, businesses and building features throughout Pike Place Market.
Date: 1967-05-22View this item
Friends of the Market canvas bag
Friends of the Market brown Canvas bag with orange paint depicting a smiling sun.
Identifier: spl_ps_033View this item
'Save the Market' cloth flag
Red cloth flag with the words 'Save the Market' printed in yellow.
Identifier: spl_ps_034View this item
Pike Place Market floor plans, 1967
Floor plans of each of the seven levels of Pike Place Market. Included are the plans names of some market businesses.
Date: 1967-03-03View this item
Paul Peterhans letter to the editor regarding changes at Pike Place Market
Letter form Paul Peterhans, the President of the Market Residents Association (MRA), expressing his concerns over issues he feels were not represented well in ""The Market Mood Turning Mellow"" article appearing in Pacific Magazine. He elaborates on some of these issues, including the pressure to allow larger retailers into the Market and the proposal to open the Market on Sundays, both of which he views to be detrimental to Market residents and retailers.
Identifier: 016_LettertoEditorView this item