Seattle Mail and Herald
Preview up to 100 items from this collection below. This early 20th century newspaper reported on topics such as the Alaskan Gold Rush, the Lake Washington Ship Canal and the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition and included with portraits of notable Seattleites.
Workers install steel plate at top of Space Needle, ca. November 16, 1961
Date: 1961-11-16View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 7, no. 42, Aug. 27, 1904
Page 1 includes photograph of Ravenna Park. Page 7 includes photograph of view from Washington Hotel veranda. Page 14 includes photograph of Madison Park.
Date: 1904-08-27View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 10, no. 8, Jan. 19, 1907
Page 1 includes portrait of Michael T. Maloney, superintendent of streets and sewers. Page 4 article discusses goldmining in SE Alaska and includes photos of the Alaska Gold Mining Company's boarding house and mill.
Date: 1907-01-19View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 9, no. 3, Dec. 9, 1905
Page 1 article discusses Ballard's decision not to annex to Seattle. Page 4 article discusses halibut fishing by the Makah.
Date: 1905-12-09View this item
Space Needle with half of ring girders installed, ca. November 2, 1961
Date: 1961-11-02View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 7, no. 27, May 14, 1904
Page 1 features portrait of actress Isabel Irving.
Date: 1904-05-14View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 8, no. 8, Dec. 31, 1904
Page 1 features portrait of singer Ida Gray Scott.
Date: 1904-12-31View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 7, no. 14, Feb. 13, 1904
Page 1 features portrait of Wilmon Tucker and discusses his candidacy for mayor. Page 13 article discusses the Seattle Symphony Orchestra and includes a group portrait.
Date: 1904-02-13View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 8, no. 39, Sep. 9, 1905
Page 4 article discusses "Totem Poles of Alaska Indians."
Date: 1905-09-09View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 8, no. Progress, Dec. 17, 1904
Page 10 includes photograph of Puget Sound by Oliver P. Anderson. Page 11 includes photograph of a man in the forest by Webster & Stevens. Page 12 article "The Progress of Seattle" by George F. Cotterill includes photograph of the Cedar River Dam. Page 13 article by I.A. Nadeau discusses "Railroads of Washington." Pages 14-15, 26-27 and 30-31 include photographs by Edward S. Curtis. Page 17 article discusses real estate firms in Seattle. Page 18 includes photograph of road to Mount Rainier. Page 19 includes photo of the St. Croix River. Page 20 article discusses "What Women are Doing for Seattle." Page 21 includes Romans photograph of "A Siwash Home." Page 22 includes Romans photo of a battleship launch, likely the Battleship Nebraska. Page 23 includes Romans photograph of canoe on Cedar Lake. Page 24 article discusses "Manufacturing Interests of Seattle." Page 28 includes article on construction of the Battleship Nebraska. Page 28 includes photograph of Leschi Park. Page 29 includes photograph of Madison Park. Page 32 includes photo of Woodland Park. Page 34 includes drawing of the Alaska Building. Page 35 includes photo of Ravenna Park. Pages 36-37 include photographs of the Seattle Golf Club. Page 38 includes photo of Skykomish River. Page 30 includes photo of Bainbridge Island. Articles beginning on Page 41 discuss music in Seattle. Page 46 includes interior photograph of the Independent Telephone Company switchboards. Page 47 article discusses theatres in Seattle.
Date: 1904-12-17View this item