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Jan 31, 06:58 AM
Photo: "Butterworth & Sons, Undertakers," from brochure Seattle and the Orient (1900). The Butterworth firm (1892–1997) was, at that time, located at 1426–1428 Third Avenue: the numbers can be seen in the exterior photo. It soon relocated to a new building at 1921 First Avenue.
Date | 1900
Source | p. 151 of Seattle and the Orient (more properly, Seattle …and the… Orient), a 1900 "souvenir" pamphlet edited and compiled by Alfred D. Bowen and published by The Times Printing Company (that is, the Seattle Times).Scanned at 300 dpi; images cleaned up using Picture Publisher's "remove pattern" feature.
Author | Book edited and compiled by Alfred D. Bowen. The photo is uncredited.
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