• Victor Steinbrueck letter to Councilman Paul Kranbel, June 1, 1983

    Victor Steinbrueck letter to Councilman Paul Kranbel, June 1, 1983

    Steinbrueck, Victor

    In his letter to Paul Kranbel of the Seattle City Council, Steinbrueck expresses his concerns over the Pike Place Market Ordinance Proposal drafted by Councilman Michael Hildt. His concerns include the prospect of weakening the Historic District Commission and ensuring enough space is allocated for farmers. He includes a draft of the ordinance with his letter in which he has written notes and proposed changes.

    Identifier: 002_VSLetter

    Date: 1983-06-01

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  • 'Help! Money need for legal fees to save the Market' sign

    'Help! Money need for legal fees to save the Market' sign

    Friends of the Market

    Orange, yellow and red paper sign created by the Friends of the Market asking for donations to help cover legal fees in the fight to save the Market. The sign includes cutouts at the bottom which were likely created to allow it perch within a jar or other container to collect money.

    Identifier: spl_sp_394

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  • Victor Steinbrueck's corrections to Pike Place Market Ordinance, April 11, 1983

    Victor Steinbrueck's corrections to Pike Place Market Ordinance, April 11, 1983

    Steinbrueck, Victor

    Pike Place Market Ordinance annotated with Victor Steinbrueck's suggested corrections.

    Identifier: spl_ps_038

    Date: 1983-04-11

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  •  Harper's Magazine article 'Up against the system in Seattle,' April 1972

    Harper's Magazine article 'Up against the system in Seattle,' April 1972

    Douglas, Patrick

    Article describing the fight against the urban renewal plan for Pike Place Market, describing the formation of the Friends of the Market and Alliance for a Living Market groups and their campaign to preserve the market along with the Central Association and Committee to Save the Market and their efforts to promote the renewal plans.

    Identifier: spl_ps_009

    Date: 1972

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  • Paul Peterhans letter to the editor regarding changes at Pike Place Market

    Paul Peterhans letter to the editor regarding changes at Pike Place Market

    Peterhans, Paul

    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: spl_ps_050

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  • Victor Steinbrueck letter to Councilman Paul Kranbel, June 1, 1983

    Victor Steinbrueck letter to Councilman Paul Kranbel, June 1, 1983

    Steinbrueck, Victor

    In his letter to Paul Kranbel of the Seattle City Council, Steinbrueck expresses his concerns over the Pike Place Market Ordinance Proposal drafted by Councilman Michael Hildt. His concerns include the prospect of weakening the Historic District Commission and ensuring enough space is allocated for farmers. He includes a draft of the ordinance with his letter in which he has written notes and proposed changes.

    Identifier: spl_ps_036

    Date: 1983-06-01

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  • List of questions on the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA)

    List of questions on the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA)

    Unknown

    List of questions pertaining to the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). The questions are addressed to Ken Wiener, an environmental attorney and one of the authors of the act, and Ken Jacobsen, a Washington State Senator. The back of the page includes an architectural sketch in pencil.

    Identifier: spl_ps_045

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  • 'There is Still a Chance to Save Pike Place Market' broadside, 1970

    'There is Still a Chance to Save Pike Place Market' broadside, 1970

    Friends of the Market

    Broadside created by the Friends of the Market urging Seattle citizens to support them in their fight against the Pike Plaza redevelopment plan and their efforts to protect the Market by reestablishing the recently reduced boundaries of the Pike Place Historic District.

    Identifier: spl_ps_054

    Date: 1970

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  • 'Vote Yes' pamphlet encouraging voters to support the Market Initiative, 1971

    'Vote Yes' pamphlet encouraging voters to support the Market Initiative, 1971

    Friends of the Market

    Friends of the Market pamphlet outlining reasons to support the Market Initiative in the upcoming vote. The pamphlet lists opponents and supporters of the initiative and contains illustrations by Victor Steinbrueck.

    Identifier: spl_ps_012

    Date: 1971

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  • Pike Place Market Redevelopment Project pamphlet, 1971

    Pike Place Market Redevelopment Project pamphlet, 1971

    City of Seattle, Department of Community Development

    Booklet produced by the City of Seattle's Department of Community Development describing the benefits of the urban renewal plan. The back of the booklet includes an illustrative site plan outlining the areas that will be affected by the plan.

    Identifier: spl_ps_005

    Date: 1971

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