• Created Date
  • ca. 1918
  • Description
  • Members of the Mosler family in front of the Mosler Apartments: L to R: Muriel Mosler Brill, Nathan Mosler, P. Allen Rickles, Bertha Rickles Mosler and Mollie Mosler (front)The Mosler Apartments, three buildings at 1219-1223 Yesler Way, served as temporary housing for newly arrived Eastern European Jewish immigrants. Mosler family homes and businesses were located on both sides of the apartment buildings.Handwritten on verso: circa 1918, in fr... more
    Members of the Mosler family in front of the Mosler Apartments: L to R: Muriel Mosler Brill, Nathan Mosler, P. Allen Rickles, Bertha Rickles Mosler and Mollie Mosler (front)The Mosler Apartments, three buildings at 1219-1223 Yesler Way, served as temporary housing for newly arrived Eastern European Jewish immigrants. Mosler family homes and businesses were located on both sides of the apartment buildings.Handwritten on verso: circa 1918, in front of Mosler Apt., 12th and Yesler, L to R: Muriel Mosler Brill, brother Nathan Mosler, aunt Mollie Mosler (m. Max Kehn or King?); Top of stairs: P. Allen Rickles, Bertha Rickles Mosler (brother and sister)Note from donor file: Mosler Apartments built in 1909, just in time for the Alaska-Yukon Exposition; 12th and Yesler (3 buildings comprised the apartments)PH Coll 1059.10. less
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    Scanned from a photographic print using a Microtek Scanmaker 9600XL at 100 dpi in JPEG format at compression rate 3 and resized to 768x600 ppi. 2008