Seattle Municipal Archives
Proceedings of the council including newspaper clippings regarding incorporation and annexation, and petitions and a resolution supporting annexation to the city of Seattle
Seattle Municipal Archives
Includes rezone agendas, minutes, correspondence, rezoning petition reports, maps, and notes from City Planning Commission public hearings relating to rezone requests
Seattle Municipal Archives
Record of warrants issued by the Justice Court to search for illegally possessed alcohol -- Includes address of search, date, officer's name, and description of seized liquor and equipment (if any). Volume 8 (Liquor Search Docket) and Volume 2 (Liquor Search Warrant Docket) also contain names of individuals who were targets of searches. Seized liquor varied from amounts as small as half a pint to thousands of bottles. Officers also seized stills, mash, funnels, and jugs
Museum of History & Industry, Sophie Frye Bass Library
Materials related to the history of the Pacific Outfitting Company in Seattle, mostly photographs along with some business documents and other items -- The majority of the collection is made up of photographs. These photos range from the store's early days to the days of their liquidation sale. Subjects depicted include the store, employees, and clothing. Business documents include store license, minutes, by-laws, meetings, and stocks. Other materials include promotions for credit and bonds. The transcript of an interview with Herbert Lipman provides background on the family and the history of the store
Seattle Municipal Archives
Copies of Board reports to the City Council, including report letters to City Council and appeals to Council of Board actions, as well as statistical breakdowns of the type of appeals
Museum of History & Industry, Sophie Frye Bass Library
The collection contains photographs, scrapbook, diary and ephemera related to the Denny and Graham families of Seattle. Includes studio portraits and informal snapshots of Denny and Graham family members: David Thomas Denny II, Elizabeth Crammond Graham, Nellie Graham Denny, and Inez Louisa Denny Whiteaker. The scrapbook contains Seattle newspaper clippings related to Denny family activities, and obituaries. Loose diary pages handwritten by David Thomas Denny II while living at Licton Springs relate primarily to his declining state of health. Certificates, awards, wedding invitations, church booklets and correspondence document family business interests and other Seattle activities. A collection of telegrams, bills, and receipts relate to the illness and death of Walter Claude Denny, Inez Louisa Denny's brother. A small Bible and poetry book belonged to Nellie Graham Denny
Seattle Municipal Archives
This scrapbook consists of news clippings about the University Addition-Northlake Urban Renewal project. Topics include: city proposals for development, the relocation of residents, University of Washington plans for the area, and two civil suits filed against the City by property owners, one of which reached the State Supreme Court. There are also several articles about the Open Door Clinic. The clippings are primarily from the University District Herald and the University of Washington Daily, but also from other Seattle newspapers. Persons represented include: J.W. Hodson and J.P. Willison. Other corporate bodies include: the Seattle Planning Commission
Museum of History & Industry, Sophie Frye Bass Library
Photographs, papers, and ephemera related to Melvin A. Weed, owner of Weed's Pharmacy in Seattle, and the Weed family -- Collection of materials concerning the Weed family, particularly Melvin Weed. Newsletters, programs, and personal letters detail Weed's involvement with the local chapters of organizations including the Freemasons, the Nile Temple, and the Sons of the American Revolution, as well as with the Washington State Pharmaceutical Association. The collection also include clippings, papers, and a scrapbook about Seattle High School cadet reunions. Student notebooks belonging to Melvin Weed contain chemistry and toxicology notes from the University of Washington School of Pharmacy. Photographs depict Melvin, Mamie, and Luell Weed, and Mamie Keene Weed's father Albert G. Keene. The collection also includes a typescript account of the Seattle Fire, narrated by Mamie Luella Weed
Seattle Municipal Archives
Reports, surveys, studies, and correspondence relating to traffic and transportation planning in Seattle. Subjects include central business district exclusive transit lanes, METRO, Seattle Center, West Seattle Bridge, and World War II planning
Seattle Municipal Archives
Correspondence, memoranda, financial statements, grant applications, agreements and maps relating to the Neighborhood Development Program -- Major projects represented include the Leschi and the Pike Plaza Neighborhood Development Projects

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