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View of Seattle, looking toward Puget Sound.

Bird's eye view of the city of Seattle, Puget Sound, Washington Territory, 1878.

Seattle and harbor, Puget Sound.

Seattle and harbor, Puget Sound.

Seattle from "The Pacific North-West. A Guide for Settlers and Travelers. Oregon and Washington Territory"

Seattle, Washington Territory ; Oregon Improvement Company's coal docks, Seattle, W.t.

Bird's eye view of the city of Seattle, Wt.

Bird's eye view of the city of Seattle, W.T., Puget Sound, county seat of King County 1884.

[Seattle's first street car turning from Occidental Avenue to Yesler Way] / Theo. E. Peiser, photographer.

Looking up Cherry St. from First, Seattle, Wash., July 1889

Start of Seattle fire, June 6, 1889, cor. First and Madison

[Composite of photographs: full-length portrait of Chief Seattle, half-length portrait of Angeline, and views of Mt. Rainier and Seattle, Wash.] / Boyd and Braas photo.

Anderson's new guide map of the city of Seattle and environs, Washington.

Sketches of Landscape Views after Leaving Seattle (from Sketchbook)

Sketches of Landscape Views after Leaving Seattle (from Sketchbook)

Birds-eye-view of Seattle and environs King County, Wash., 1891.

Birds' eye view of Seattle and environs, King County Wash., 1891, eighteen months after the great fire / drawn by Augustus Koch.

Adeline [i.e., Angeline?] Princess of Seattle, Wash., 100 years old

U.S. Reports: Bank of Commerce v. Seattle; Seattle Bank v. Seattle; Puget Sound Bank v. Seattle; Washington Bank v. King County, 166 U.S. 463 (1897)

Loading baggage for Klondike, no. 6 /

S.S. "Queen" leaving dock /

S.S. "Queen" loading /

S.S. "Williamette" leaving for Klondike /

First Avenue, Seattle, Washington, no. 8 /

Horses loading for Klondike, no. 9 /

Skaguay (sic), Aug. 12th, 1897 / LaRoche, photo, Seattle, Wash.

Skagua (sic), Alaska / LaRoche, photo, Seattle, Wash.

A Glimpse of the Sound from near Seattle, Seattle, Wash.

The Minnesota dog team on transcontinental trip, Seattle, Wash., U.S.A.

Interior, G. N. & N. P. Station, Seattle, Wash.

The Minnesota dog team on transcontinental trip, Seattle, Wash.

Mt. Rainier from Roof Garden, Hotel Lincoln, Seattle, Wash.

Mt. Rainier, Lake Washington, Seattle, Wash.

The Minnesota dog team on transcontinental trip, Seattle, Wash., U.S.A.

Unloading reindeer, Seattle, Wash., U.S.A.

Alaska Building, 2nd Ave. looking South, Seatle, Wash.

Mt. Rainier, Seattle, Wash.

Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Wash.: [Cutting shingle bolts]

Wa-nik-noote, Nez Perces / La Roche, Seattle, Wash.

Lumbering in the Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Wash.: [Turn of logs at No. 2 Road donkey, Davidson and Caskey Camps]

Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Wash.: [Samson, an old sasquatch Indian, seated in front of a huge tree trunk]

Lumbering in the Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Wash.: [A giant douglass fir log]

Lumbering in the Cascade mountains near Seattle, Washington: [Skid road among the Washington cedar and fir timber]

The Belle of the Yakimas / La Roche, Seattle, Wash.

Logging train [in the Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Wash.]

Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Wash.: [Man reacing toward top of huge fir log]

Mount Rainier, Seattle, Wash.

Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Seattle, looking toward harbor and wharves; Seattle, combination car; Seattle, cable [bob car] for up hill; Seattle, car starting up grade.

[Water front, Seattle, Wash.]

Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: For theft of this totem pole the Seattle govt. had to pay over $5000.00 damage to the Natives, totem pole; Seattle looking toward Puget Sound. Land in distance is peninsula between sound and ocean, showing wharf from which Frank sailed on Olympia to Nome - May 23, 1900; Seattle Harbor, as above; Distant boat starting for Nome. Frank's boat, the Olympia, near pier.

The "City of Seattle," at Skaguay [Skagway] wharf, Alaska.

Water front, Seattle, Wash.

[Hotel Lincoln and public library, Seattle, Washington]

Unloading SEATTLE -- Archangel

The "City of Seattle," at Skaguay [Skagway] wharf, Alaska.

Angeline, daughter of chief Seattle, Seattle, Washington.

Steamer Humboldt with passengers departing for Nome

Madison Street Cable Incline, Seattle, Wash.

Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle, Seattle, Washington

Totem Pole, Seattle, Wash.

Main business district periscopic Seattle.

Hotel Washington, Seattle, Wash.

Makers of the great north west in throngs at Seattle, listening to Pres. Roosevelt

Olympic Range, Seattle, Wash.

First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.

Chief Seattle, Friend of the Pioneers, Washington

A typical Hoonah squaw, Alaska / LaRoche photo, Seattle, Wash.

Massed thousands at Seattle, Wash., to hear Pres. Roosevelt on Alaska's future

Seattle , metropolis of the northwest, looking southwest from Hotel Washington, Washington, U.S.A

Lechi Park from the bluff, Seattle, Wash

Sailors Parade on 1st. Ave., Pacific Fleet Celebration, Seattle, Washington, May 26, 1908

"The new home" / by Walter P. Miller, Seattle, Wash.

[Bird's-eye view of waterfront, Seattle, Washington]

Third Ave., from Washington Hotel, Seattle

Second Av. & Yesler Way, Seattle

In the surf. West Seattle. Wash

A snap shot on the West Seattle Beach. Wash

Bathers. West Seattle Beach. Wash

Entrance to Woodland Park. Seattle Wash

Sylvan driveway. Woodland Park. Seattle, Wash. / J. A. Blosser, Snohomish, Wash.

Seattle, Wash. Water front

Ravenna Park. Seattle Wash

Leschi Park. Seattle Wash

Totem pole and Hotel Seattle, Pioneer Square, Seattle Wash

[Three men in devastated forest - logging in the Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Wash.]

Logging in the Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Wash.: Boom Shingle Bolts and Bolt Puncher [man standing on boards across stream, guiding logs coming down ramp into stream], Skagit River, Near Lyman, Wash.

BANQUET IN HONOR OF K. ISHII [held by] SEATTLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [at] HOTEL BUTLER (HOTEL;)

Second Avenue, Seattle's principal thoroughfare

On a U.S. Navy boat in the harbor of Seattle, Washington-The Mascot

Five miles of Seattle's waterfront

Green Lake near Seattle, Wash.

BANQUET IN HONOR OF K. ISHII [held by] SEATTLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [at] HOTEL BUTLER (HOTEL;)

A busy day on 2d Ave. - S. from Marion St. past Alaska Bldg., (left). Seattle Wash

Dugdale Athletic Park

BANQUET IN HONOR OF K. ISHII [held by] SEATTLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [at] HOTEL BUTLER (HOTEL;)

BANQUET IN HONOR OF K. ISHII [held by] SEATTLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [at] HOTEL BUTLER (HOTEL;)

Making new ground for a growing city (earth from hills above,) Seattle, Washington

The great Battle-ship parade passing Pioneer Place, Seattle, Wash

[Wash. - Seattle - large crowd on 2nd Ave. and Virginia St., U.S. Atlantic Fleet Day. May 26, 1908]

Seattle store office, 1909