• Created Date
  • 1874
  • Description
  • Caption to left of photo: To the right is a representation of the Intelligencer building of 1874. Among those on the front is S.L. Maxwell, the founder and then publisher. The house stood on First Avenue, westside, south of Cherry street, opposite the present Lowman building. It was built and owned by H.L. Yesler. The man standing above, in front of letter C was Isaac M. Hall, an attorney, whose law office was there. The City Council in 1876 u... more
    Caption to left of photo: To the right is a representation of the Intelligencer building of 1874. Among those on the front is S.L. Maxwell, the founder and then publisher. The house stood on First Avenue, westside, south of Cherry street, opposite the present Lowman building. It was built and owned by H.L. Yesler. The man standing above, in front of letter C was Isaac M. Hall, an attorney, whose law office was there. The City Council in 1876 used the same room as its place of meeting. The Intelligencer in 1875 moved to the north a short distance, the vacated printing office being taken by Boyd, Poncin & Young for their dry goods store.Prosch Seattle Views Album, Vol. 1, page 20. less
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  • Photograph
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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