Peter Steinbrueck Pike Place Market Collection
Preview up to 100 items from this collection below. Seattle’s Pike Place Market became a historic district in 1971, the result of grassroots organizers led by Victor Steinbrueck. This collection features blueprints, posters, articles and papers related to the market.
Pike Place Market News, April 1984
Includes an article discussing the role of the Historical Commission in allowing larger businesses into Pike Place Market and raises concerns over what this will mean for the small business owners already struggling to survive. The issue also has a map of Pike Place Market listing current retailers.
Identifier: spl_ps_049View this item
Pike Place Market campaign buttons
Buttons with campaign slogans in support of or against the Friends of the Market Initiative to protect Pike Place Market from urban renewal plans.
Date: 1971View this item
Letter from Arthur Goodwin to Mrs. Patterson regarding her complaints about flower vendors outside her shop, November 30, 1927
Letter from Arthur Goodwin to Mrs. Patterson responding to her complaints that the flower vendors outside her shop at Pike Place Market are harming her business. Goodwin dismisses her complaint stating that he can see no way that the vendors are interferring with her business and there must be some other cause if it is suffering. Goodwin states 'We have done everything possible ourselves to assist you; your rent is not exhorbitant and we feel that we can do nothing further to assist you. We hope, however, that you will be able to build a business in this location, as it has enjoyed a good patronage for many years past.'
Date: 1927-11-30View this item
Memorandum describing the preliminary outline for the City of Seattle Farmer and Vendor Study, November 1973
The memorandum and attached documents outline a plan for a 30 day survey examining methods to attract farmers and vendors to Pike Place Market.
Date: 1973-11-27View this item
Pike Place Market architectural plans by George Bartholick, 1975
Architectural plans created by George Bartholick, an architect who worked on the restoration of Pike Place Market between 1974 and 1980. The plans depict several levels of the market including the Arcade and Mezzanine.
Date: 1975-01View this item
Urban design plans for the Pike Plaza Project, 1968
Design plans created by the John Morse & Associates architecture firm outlining the proposed changes to the Pike Place Market area under the urban renewal plans.
Date: 1968-07View this item
Initiative Measure 276 Petition sheet, 1972
Petition for the creation of the Public Disclosure Commission to make information on campaign fundraising and expenses more transparent and available to the public. This initiative is also referred to as the Public Disclosure Act and has since been replaced by the more current Public Records Act.
Date: 1972View this item
Memorandum regarding a draft Market Ordinance, July 1983
Memorandum addressed to the Pike Market PDA Ordinance Advisory Group from Michael Hildt regarding a new draft of the ordinance on establishing operational policies for the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority. Included is a copy of the draft ordinance and a copy of the agreement between the City of Seattle and the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority.
Date: 1983-07-13View this item
'Nice Book' sign
Sign created on a white paper bag reading 'Nice Book $6.95 each.'
Identifier: spl_ps_053View this item
Illustrated Pike Place Market shopping bag
Illustrated, white paper shopping bag with illustrations in black depicting Pike Place Market scenes.
Identifier: spl_ps_025View this item