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A portrait of  the Smith Tower, as it sees itself by Michael Holden, via Flickr

A portrait of the Smith Tower, as it sees itself

1. This was the stunning night view from Smith Tower in Seattle, 1937.

What Washington’s Major City Looked Like In The 1930s May Shock You

A Lighting Department photographer documented the illumination of the City at night to advertise and promote the benefits and beauty of electric lighting.

Skyline2 by BetterLeadershipBlog.com, via Flickr

Skyline2 by BetterLeadershipBlog.com, via Flickr

The Smith Tower, Seattle, WA. Designed by mt great-grandfather and great-uncle for L.C. Smith

The Smith Tower, Seattle, WA. Designed by mt great-grandfather and great-uncle for L.C. Smith

one of my favorite cities-Seattle (taken by Sean Ogle) #seattle

Stream Map of the Sky by Austin Tussing from desktop or your mobile device

Ivar Haglund in 1977 with the Rainbow Salmon 16-foot-long windsock he flew from the top of the Smith Tower.    Read the whole story here: http://www.historylink.org/index.cfm?DisplayPage=output.cfm_Id=2499

Ivar Haglund in 1977 with the Rainbow Salmon 16-foot-long windsock he flew from the top of the Smith Tower. Read the whole story here: http://www.historylink.org/index.cfm?DisplayPage=output.cfm_Id=2499

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