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Hotel Washington

Author: Webster & Stevens.; PEMCO Webster & Stevens Collection.
Publisher: [1903?]
Edition/Format:   Image : Picture : English
Database:WorldCat
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Seattle's Hotel Washington sat grandly on top of Denny Hill between Second and Fourth Avenues and Stewart and Virginia Streets. When the hotel opened in 1890, it was named the Denny Hotel. The elegant building survived only until 1906, when the western part of Denny Hill was leveled.

This photo shows the Hotel Washington decorated to welcome an important visitor, possibly President Theodore Roosevelt in 1903.

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Genre/Form: Glass negatives
Photographs
Named Person: Theodore Roosevelt
Material Type: Picture, Internet resource
Document Type: Visual material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Webster & Stevens.; PEMCO Webster & Stevens Collection.
OCLC Number: 39060179
In: PEMCO Webster & Stevens Collection
Description: 1 negative : glass, b&w ; 20 x 25 cm.

Abstract:

Seattle's Hotel Washington sat grandly on top of Denny Hill between Second and Fourth Avenues and Stewart and Virginia Streets. When the hotel opened in 1890, it was named the Denny Hotel. The elegant building survived only until 1906, when the western part of Denny Hill was leveled.

This photo shows the Hotel Washington decorated to welcome an important visitor, possibly President Theodore Roosevelt in 1903.

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by sgramsay (WorldCat user on 2008-07-08)

No TOC for this picture - may be part of a set of photographs from Seattle in the late 1800's. QA2 - July 2008

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by sgramsay (WorldCat user on 2008-07-08)

Seattle's Hotel Washington sat grandly on top of Denny Hill between Second and Fourth Avenues and Stewart and Virginia Streets. When the hotel opened in 1890, it was named the Denny Hotel. The elegant building survived only until 1906, when the western part of Denny Hill was leveled. Add note: QA2 July 2008 This photo shows the Hotel Washington decorated to welcome an important visitor, possibly President Theodore Roosevelt in 1903.

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Hotel Washington

by sgramsay (WorldCat user published 2008-07-08) Very Good Permalink

From QA FS for QA2 July08. Beautiful photograph. Too bad the building is no longer standing.

http://www.seattlehistory.org/photo_database/photo_preview.cfm?photoid=6661

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