Footnotes for Chapter Six

Historic Resources in the Modern Era




 

1 Margaret Corley, Pioneer Square — Skid Road District National Register Nomination, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Olympia, 1969; Elizabeth Walton Potter, Pioneer Square Historic District National Register Nomination, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Olympia, 1976; Katherine Hills Krafft, Pioneer Square — Skid Road Historic District (Boundary Increase) National Register Nomination, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Olympia, 1987.

2 Elizabeth W. Potter, Pioneer Square Historic District National Register Nomination, 1976.

3 Walt Crowley, National Trust Guide, Seattle: America's Guide for Architecture and History Travelers, New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998, p. 35.

4 Sally Woodbridge and Roger Montgomery, A Guide to Architecture in Washington, Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1980, p.110.

5 Crowley, National Trust Guide Seattle, 1998, p.35.

6 Seattle City Directories, 1897-1909; Crowley, National Trust Guide, Seattle, p.112.

7 Seattle City Directories, 1897-1909. "Wreckers Fell 1890 Mansion," Seattle Post Intelligencer, January 11, 1966, p.3.

8 Office of Urban Conservation, First Avenue Groups National Register Nomination, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Olympia, 1980.

9 Office of Urban Conservation, First Avenue Groups National Register Nomination, 1980, p. 4; Paul Dorpat, Seattle Now & Then, vol. 3, (Seattle: Self Published, 1989), p.82.

10 Seattle City Directories, 1903-1912.

11 Nancy Susman, Holyoke Building National Register Nomination, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Olympia, 1976, p. 2.

12 Seattle City Directories, 1894-1900, Northwest Fixture Co. Advertisement for Mining Equipment, Seattle Post Intelligencer, June 7, 1897, p.4.

13 Crowley, National Trust Guide, Seattle, p. 46; Jeffery Karl Oschsner, Shaping Seattle Architecture: A Historical Guide to the Architects, Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1994, p. 348.

14 Margaret Corley, Colman Building National Register Nomination, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Olympia, 1969; Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Washington State Department of Community Trade and Economic Development, Historic Places in Washington: National Historic Landmarks, National Register of Historic Places, and Washington Heritage Register, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Olympia, 1997, p.27; Dorpat, Seattle Now & Then, p. 79.

15 Seattle City Directory, 1908, p. 149 and 1909, p.147.

16 Jane Lotter, "The Life and Hard Times of the Moore Theatre." The Weekly, April 29-May 5 1981. pp. 19

17 Margaret Corley, Moore Theatre and Hotel Building National Register Nomination, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Olympia, 1973.

18 Margaret Corley, German Club National Register Nomination, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Olympia, 1969.

19 Seattle City Directories 1905-1909; Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps 1905 and 1916.

20 Seattle City Directories, 1892-1915.

21 Roberta, Deering. Designation/Staff Recommendation to the Board — U.S. Assay Office, Seattle Office of Urban Conservation, 1983.

22 Roberta Deering, Landmark Nomination Form, U.S. Assay Office, Seattle Office of Urban Conservation, 1983.

23 Roberta Deering, Landmark Nomination Form, U.S. Assay Office, 1983; Margaret Corley, German Club National Register Nomination.

24 Office of Urban Conservation, Landmark Nomination Form, Colman Building. Seattle Office of Urban Conservation, n.d.

25 Margaret Corley, Colman Building National Register Nomination, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, 1969.

26 Office of Urban Conservation, Landmark Nomination Form, Colman Building, n.d.; Corley, Colman Building National Register Nomination, 1969; Ochsner, Shaping Seattle Architecture, p. 348; Crowley, National Trust Guide, Seattle, p. 46-47.

27 Office of Urban Conservation, Landmark Nomination Form-Colman Building, n.d.

28 Earl Layman, Landmarks Preservation Board, Seattle Historic Building Data Sheet, Seattle Office of Urban Conservation, July 8, 1975.

29 Seattle City Directory, Polk's Seattle Directory Co., Publishers, Seattle, 1908, p. 149 and 1909, p.147.

30 Office of Urban Conservation, First Avenue Groups National Register Nomination, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, 1980.

31 Office of Urban Conservation, First Avenue Groups National Register Nomination Form, 1980.

32 Office of Urban Conservation, First Avenue Groups National Register Nomination Form, 1980.

33 Seattle City Directories, 1898-1914.

35 Seattle City Directory, 1897; "Seattle Woolen Manufacturing Co. Advertisement," Seattle Post Intelligencer, July 20, 1897, p.5.

35 Nancy Susman, National Register Nomination-Holyoke Building, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, 1976; Crowley, National Trust Guide, 1998, p.75.

36 Office of Urban Conservation, First Avenue Groups National Register Nomination, 1980.

37 Advertisement for the Northwest Fixture Company. Seattle Post Intelligencer, June 7, 1897, p.4.

38 Seattle City Directories, 1894-1902.

39 Office of Urban Conservation, First Avenue Groups National Register Nomination, 1980.

40 Seattle City Directories, 1903-1912.

41 King County Assessor's Records, History Card for 1932 Second Avenue, Puget Sound Regional Branch of the Washington State Archives, Bellevue, 1938.

42 Lotter, "The Life and Hard Times of the Moore Theatre," p. 19.

43 Margaret Corley, Moore Theatre and Hotel National Register Nomination Form, Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, 1973.

44 Corley, Moore Theatre and Hotel National Register Nomination Form, 1973.

45 Richard Emanuel, "Outfitting the Rush: 'Ho! For the Klondike!'" in Alaska Geographic, (24) 1997, p. 12.

46 James R. Little, "Squaw Kate," Alaska Life, March 1943, vol. 3, p.18.

47 Seattle City Directories, 1897-1922; "Klondike Discoverer Is Called by Death," Seattle Times, June 6, 1922, p.9

48 Esther Hall Mumford, Seattle's Black Victorians, 1852-1901, Seattle: Ananse Press, 1980, p.14 and 93.

49 Seattle City Directories, 1897-1909; Paul Dorpat, "Now & Then" Parade Magazine, The Seattle Times, June 14, 1998.

50 Seattle City Directories, 1892-1915; Folke Nyberg and Victor Steinbrueck, Green Lake: An Inventory of Buildings and Urban Design Resources, Historic Seattle Preservation and Development Authority, 1975.

51 Pioneer Square Planning Committee, Draft 1998 Pioneer Square Neighborhood Plan, 1998, p. 3.

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