• Pike Plaza Urban Renewal flyer

    Pike Plaza Urban Renewal flyer

    Unknown

    Flyer describing the reasons to support the redevelopment of the Pike Place Market area and rebuild the Central Business District area.

    Identifier: spl_ps_031

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  • Flyer to 'Vote No' on the Market Initiative, 1971

    Flyer to 'Vote No' on the Market Initiative, 1971

    Committee to Save the Market

    Produced by the Committee to Save the Market, the flyer outlines the case against the Market Initiative and states that defeating the intiative will save the market, benefit the economy, and allow for the creation of new jobs.

    Identifier: spl_ps_016

    Date: 1971

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  • Rosamond Rice letter to Victor Steinbrueck on the future of Pike Place Market, July 6, 1983

    Rosamond Rice letter to Victor Steinbrueck on the future of Pike Place Market, July 6, 1983

    Rice, Rosamond

    Letter from Rosamund Rice to Victor Steinbrueck in which she shares her opinions and research on the direction of the Pike Place Market and the issues it faces.

    Identifier: spl_ps_041

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  • 'Keep Our Market Alive' flyer, 1971

    'Keep Our Market Alive' flyer, 1971

    Steinbrueck, Victor

    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.

    Identifier: spl_ps_023

    Date: 1971

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  • Pike Place Market architectural plans

    Pike Place Market architectural plans

    Steinbrueck, Victor

    The plans depict the original Pike Place Market Historical District in comparison to the areas that would be effected by the new districted proposed by the Friends of the Market and the area effected by the Pike Plaza Urban Renewal Project. Also included are plans depicting the farmers, vendors and other businesses in Pike Place Market.

    Identifier: spl_ps_018

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  • 'Who will save the market' script from KOMO TV broadcast, October 27, 1971

    'Who will save the market' script from KOMO TV broadcast, October 27, 1971

    Douglas, Pat

    KOMO-TV Script for a special news segment documenting varying opinions on the Pike Place Market Urban Renewal plans and the Save the Market Initiative. The report contains interviews with Paul Kirk, the architect in charge of the urban renewal plans; William B. Ferguson, chairman of The Central Park Plaza Corporation-an organization with interests in developing the area; Mike MacEwan, the man in charge of the urban renewal public relations campaign; Pike Place Market merchants; James Braman, Director of Community Development for Seattle; Jerry Thon, Vice President of the Friends of the Market; Victor Steinbrueck, an architect and one of the Friends of the Market Founders; Ibsen Nelson and Fred Basetti, Seattle architects opposing the plans drafted by John Morse; Tim Manring, Co-Chair of the Alliance for a Living Market; and Lloyd LeBlanc, a member of the city's economic consulting firm.

    Identifier: spl_ps_007

    Date: 1971-10-27

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  • Pike Place Market News, March 1983

    Pike Place Market News, March 1983

    The Pike Place Market News

    Includes an article on 'The City's Downtown Alternative Plan: How it Affects The Pike Place Market' regarding the City's efforts to maintain low income housing in Pike Place Market to encourage a diverse array of inhabitants in the area. The issue also has a map of Pike Place Market listing current retailers.

    Identifier: spl_ps_048

    Date: 1983-03

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  • Pike Place Market wrapping paper in gray

    Pike Place Market wrapping paper in gray

    Unknown

    Gray Pike Place Market wrapping paper with illustrations in red.

    Identifier: spl_ps_030

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  • Invitation from Rear Admiral H. Ijichi and the Imperial Japanese Training Squadron to event on board of H.I.J.M.S. "Aso," June 9, 1909

    Invitation from Rear Admiral H. Ijichi and the Imperial Japanese Training Squadron to event on board of H.I.J.M.S. "Aso," June 9, 1909

    Imperial Japanese Training Squadron

    Printed invitation card to event to be held from 3:00 until 6:00. Card states that "boats will be in attendance at the foot of Madison St." and asks for guests to present the card to the "officer in charge of boats."

    Identifier: mohai_ayp_2006.3.47.4b

    Date: 1909-06-09

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  • Landmarks Preservation Board Ordinance, February 12, 1977

    Landmarks Preservation Board Ordinance, February 12, 1977

    City of Seattle

    Ordinance calling for the creation of the Landmarks Preservation Board to identify and preserve 'objects, sites, improvements, and elements having historical, cultural, architectural, engineering or geographic importance.'

    Identifier: spl_ps_006

    Date: 1977-02-12

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