• Created Date
  • 1969
  • Description
  • Photographic print of architectural rendering by Ken Duffin.The historic Alderbrook Inn was built in 1913 on the Hood Canal in Union, Washington. After extensive improvements after World War II, the resort came to be known for its typical Pacific Northwest architecture. The resort underwent extensive renovation in 2002, opening again in 2004. The main lodge of the Alderbrook Inn was demolished at this time and rebuilt, however, sixteen cottage... more
    Photographic print of architectural rendering by Ken Duffin.The historic Alderbrook Inn was built in 1913 on the Hood Canal in Union, Washington. After extensive improvements after World War II, the resort came to be known for its typical Pacific Northwest architecture. The resort underwent extensive renovation in 2002, opening again in 2004. The main lodge of the Alderbrook Inn was demolished at this time and rebuilt, however, sixteen cottages from the original Alderbrook Inn resort property remained and were upgraded into luxury cottages. This drawing was likely intended as a proposal drawing, as no connection between John Graham & Company and the Alderbrook Inn can be identified. PH Coll 339.A19. less
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    photograph
    Scanned from a photographic print using a Microtek Scanner in JPEG format at compression rate 3 and resized to 768x600 ppi. 2012