• View from 2nd Ave. regrade to Washington Hotel, ca. 1906

    View from 2nd Ave. regrade to Washington Hotel, ca. 1906

    Webster & Stevens

    Although the regrade started in 1903, James Moore, the owner of the Washington Hotel, refused to clear the property until 1906 when regrading of Second and Third Avenues were well underway.

    Identifier: spl_dr_032

    Date: 1906

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  • View north to regrade at 7th and Virginia, ca. 1906

    View north to regrade at 7th and Virginia, ca. 1906

    Webster & Stevens

    Dwellings in the process of being lowered appear to the right.

    Identifier: spl_dr_035

    Date: 1906

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  • Regrade railway and steam shovel, ca. 1906

    Regrade railway and steam shovel, ca. 1906

    Webster & Stevens

    Possible location is near the site of the Washington Hotel. Although the regrade started in 1903, James Moore, the owner of the hotel, refused to clear the property until 1906 when regrading of Second and Third Avenues were well underway.

    Identifier: spl_dr_034

    Date: 1906

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  • View from 2nd Ave. of steam shovel and Washington Hotel, ca. 1905

    View from 2nd Ave. of steam shovel and Washington Hotel, ca. 1905

    Webster & Stevens

    Although the regrade started in 1903, James Moore, the owner of the Washington Hotel, refused to clear the property until 1906 when regrading of Second and Third Avenues were well underway.

    Identifier: spl_dr_015

    Date: 1905

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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: 002_VSLetter

    Date: 1983-06-01

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  • Regrade construction SE of New Washington Hotel, ca. 1906

    Regrade construction SE of New Washington Hotel, ca. 1906

    Webster & Stevens

    The backs of the Washington Hotel Annex (later known as Hotel Gowman and Hotel Stewart), The New Washington Hotel and the Moore Theatre are visible in distance near 2nd and Virginia intersection.

    Identifier: spl_dr_039

    Date: 1906

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  • View north on 2nd Ave. from Pike St., ca. 1906

    View north on 2nd Ave. from Pike St., ca. 1906

    Webster & Stevens

    The building that appears on the far right is a series of row houses located at 2nd Ave. and Stewart. The same building can be seen in spl_dr_027.

    Identifier: spl_dr_023

    Date: 1906

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  • Municipal News v. 55, no. 2, Jan. 25, 1965

    Municipal News v. 55, no. 2, Jan. 25, 1965

    Identifier: spl_mn_818362_55_02

    Date: 1965-01-25

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  • Regrade railway and steam shovel, ca. 1906

    Regrade railway and steam shovel, ca. 1906

    Webster & Stevens

    Possible location is near the site of the Washington Hotel. Although the regrade started in 1903, James Moore, the owner of the hotel, refused to clear the property until 1906 when regrading of Second and Third Avenues were well underway.

    Identifier: spl_dr_012

    Date: 1906

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  • View south from 3rd Ave. and Battery St., ca. 1906

    View south from 3rd Ave. and Battery St., ca. 1906

    Webster & Stevens

    The Moore Theatre, located on 2nd Avenue and Virginia St., and the New Washington Hotel are visible in the distance.

    Identifier: spl_dr_016

    Date: 1906

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