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  • Two photographs on album pageCaption to the right of top photo: House built by Charles Plummer in 1859, on northeast corner Jackson Street and Occidental Avenue. It was long one of the finest dwellings in Seattle. The land is now covered by one of the large manufacturing and mercantile houses of the city. Caption to left of bottom photo: The large building here was built by Charles Plummer in 1858, on the southwest corner of First Avenue South... more
    Two photographs on album pageCaption to the right of top photo: House built by Charles Plummer in 1859, on northeast corner Jackson Street and Occidental Avenue. It was long one of the finest dwellings in Seattle. The land is now covered by one of the large manufacturing and mercantile houses of the city. Caption to left of bottom photo: The large building here was built by Charles Plummer in 1858, on the southwest corner of First Avenue South and Main Street. In it he conducted a general store for many years, ususally having a partner-Harris, Deshaw or Hinds. On the upper floor was Plummer's Hall. This house and dwelling were burned June 6, 1889.Prosch Seattle Views Album, Vol. 1, page 13. 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 768x512 ppi. 2001