Seattle Times Centennial
September 22, 2003 4:54 AM   Subscribe

Stories from Seattle history to mark the Seattle Times' centennial in 1996 - altered Indian images, 'new women', the General Strike of 1919, anti-Communist hysteria, out and about at the turn of the century, etc.
posted by plep (4 comments total)

 
Thanks for highlightin' my hometown!
Also check out The Seattle Lexicon, the Museum of History and Industry (where I spent many a happy hour wandering in my yoof) and HistoryLink. org.
posted by black8 at 7:58 PM on September 22, 2003


Actually, for Seattle, HistoryLink rules: Washington Magic Lanterns, Olmsted Parks in Seattle--The majority of Seattle's parks were designed by John Charles Olmsted the stepson of Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Central Park--and legend has it that Elvis pumped gas for his Cadillac at the Hat ‘n’ Boots while filming It Happened at the World’s Fair in Seattle in 1963. And here's the history and cybertour for my neighborhood.
posted by y2karl at 7:59 PM on September 22, 2003


In my opinion, The Seattle Lexicon has enough bogue expressions that no one here ever said, that it makes me leary to link it. But it does mention a lot of places that are gone--the Doghouse for one.
posted by y2karl at 8:02 PM on September 22, 2003


I think the Lexicon has it's uses...like anything, I take it with a grain of salt. I'm sure I have some more Seattle links somewhere and Kokogiak's site is an excellent resource as well.
posted by black8 at 8:16 PM on September 22, 2003


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