• Created Date
  • 1891
  • Description
  • Nathanial Davis Hill arrived in Whidbey Island in 1852, where he farmed and managed an Indian agency. Later he moved to Port Townsend and became the first pharmacist in the area. He was also involved in banking, railroads, saw mills, and telegraph companies and served as territorial representative and county commissioner. The illustration shows the N.D. Hill Building at the corner of Water & Quincy streets in Port Townsend. It was designed by ... more
    Nathanial Davis Hill arrived in Whidbey Island in 1852, where he farmed and managed an Indian agency. Later he moved to Port Townsend and became the first pharmacist in the area. He was also involved in banking, railroads, saw mills, and telegraph companies and served as territorial representative and county commissioner. The illustration shows the N.D. Hill Building at the corner of Water & Quincy streets in Port Townsend. It was designed by Seattle architect Elmer H. Fisher for Hill in 1889. less
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    Scanned from original text or image at 300 dpi saved in TIFF format, resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm software's JPEG2000 Extension. 2013