• Description
  • This was the first incarnation of what is now the Burke Museum, the oldest university museum in the west. ("A Campus Walk," University of Washington pamphlet, 1996.)Handwritten on verso: Territorial University. Young Naturalists Building. On old University Grounds at end of University Street between Union & Seneca. Armory seen at left through trees. When the old Central School (on the block between 6th & 7th and Madison & Marion) burned down i... more
    This was the first incarnation of what is now the Burke Museum, the oldest university museum in the west. ("A Campus Walk," University of Washington pamphlet, 1996.)Handwritten on verso: Territorial University. Young Naturalists Building. On old University Grounds at end of University Street between Union & Seneca. Armory seen at left through trees. When the old Central School (on the block between 6th & 7th and Madison & Marion) burned down in 1888, 1st grade classes were taught in the meeting room of the Young Naturalists Building.Typed on sheet inserted in sleeve: "MEMBERS OF YOUNG NATS. SOCIETY, 1882: Prof. O.B. Johnson, Chas. L. Denny, Edmund S. Meany, Edward Chilberg (J.E.), Ed C. Cheasty (The Three Eds. of Seattle of that time.), Brooks Randolph, Ben A. Starkey, Lawrence J. Colman, James F. McElroy, Adam E. Hubbard, Walter B. Wittenmyer, Steve White, Matt H. Gormley, J. Wilson Buzby, Chas. A. Kinnear; Later -- 1894: Adelle & Maude Parker, Trevor Kincaid, Henry H.... less
  • Format
  • 5 x 7 in.
    Photograph: b&w
    creased
    Scanned as a 3000 pixel TIFF image in 24-bit RGB color or 8-bit grayscale, resized to 640 or 600 pixels in the longest dimension and compressed into JPEG format using Photoshop 6.0 and its JPEG quality measurement 3