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Description Tinted photo with caption: "ON SECOND AVENUE. A section of the parade which greeted the Atlantic Squadron at Seattle". From the materials for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of 1909, held in Seattle.

The building in extreme perspective at near left is the Seattle Hotel (a.k.a. Hotel Seattle), demolished in the 1960s. The next building on the left is the Butler Hotel (its sign can be seen), the lower two stories of which survive. The first building on the right is gone, replaced in 1929 by the Hartford Building. The Corona Building and the Alaska Building (second and third from right) are still standing.

Another image from about a year earlier and from almost exactly the same viewpoint can be seen at Image:Seattle - Second Avenue - 1907.jpg.
Date Edition dated 1909-02-20. Photo 1908.
Source The Argus Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition special issue, plate facing p. 48. [1] (see filename for exact location)
Author
Romans Photographic Co., Seattle. Scanned by the Seattle Public Library.
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Atlantic Squadron parade Seattle 1908 (2).jpg File:Atlantic Squadron parade Seattle 1908 (2).jpg
Atlantic Squadron parade Seattle 1908.jpg File:Atlantic Squadron parade Seattle 1908.jpg
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Atlantic Squadron parade Seattle 1908 B&W.jpg File:Atlantic Squadron parade Seattle 1908 B&W.jpg
black and white image, photographed from The Argus rather than scanned
Souvenir information guide and directory - A.Y.P. Exposition memorandum and daily calendar - Page 38.jpg File:Souvenir information guide and directory - A.Y.P. Exposition memorandum and daily calendar - Page 38.jpg


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Tinted photo with caption: "ON SECOND AVENUE. A section of the parade which greeted the Atlantic Squadron at Seattle". From the materials for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of 1909, held in Seattle. The building in extreme perspective at near left is the Seattle Hotel (a.k.a. Hotel Seattle), demolished in the 1960s. The next building on the left is the Butler Hotel (its sign can be seen), the lower two stories of which survive. The first building on the right is gone, replaced in 1929 by the Hartford Building. The Corona Building and the Alaska Building (second and third from right) are still standing. Another image from about a year earlier and from almost exactly the same viewpoint can be seen at Image:Seattle - Second Avenue - 1907.jpg.
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