Seattle Mail and Herald
Preview up to 100 items from this collection below. This early 20th century newspaper reported on topics such as the Alaskan Gold Rush, the Lake Washington Ship Canal and the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition and included with portraits of notable Seattleites.
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 6, no. 40, Aug. 15, 1903
Page 1 includes portrait of Sheriff Edward Cudihee. Page 2 article discusses the annexation of Ballard.
Date: 1903-08-15View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 9, no. 26, May 19, 1906
Page 1 includes portrait of John W. Godwin, chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee.
Date: 1906-05-19View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 10, no. 11, Feb. 9, 1907
Page 1 includes portrait of Charles F. Garberson, attorney and author. Page 4 article on the Alaska-Pacific-Yukon Exposition includes a photo of Valdez, Alaska. Page 9 includes article about the Jamestown Exposition. Page 10 includes photo of Madrona Park.
Date: 1907-02-09View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 6, no. 12, Jan. 31, 1903
Page 1 includes portrait of actor Harry Corson Clarke. Page 10 article discusses children's hour at the Seattle Public Library. Page 11 article advertises Dr. J.G. Stewart's "X-Ray Treatment of Cancer and Consumption" with interior photographs of his offices.
Date: 1903-01-31View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 8, no. 20, Apr. 1, 1905
Page 1 includes portrait of Linden I. Gregory, a Seattle businessman.
Date: 1905-04-01View this item
Pacific Builder and Engineer, v. 5, no. 22, Jun. 1, 1907
Date: 1907-06-01View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 10, no. 1, Nov. 24, 1906
Page 1 includes portrait of Reverand William D. Simonds. Page 4 article discusses the Alaska-Pacific-Yukon Exposition including photos of the exposition grounds at the University of Washington and Leschi Park. Page 9 article discusses Alaska and includes photographs.
Date: 1906-11-24View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 7, no. 4, Dec. 5, 1903
Page 1 includes photo of actress Florence Roberts.
Date: 1903-12-05View this item
City Picnics Menu
Identifier: spl_menu_00175View this item
Seattle Mail and Herald, v. 5, no. 39, Aug. 9, 1902
Page 1 includes portrait of Florence C. Walker, queen of the Elks' Carnival. Page 3 article discusses the Keeley Institute in Fremont and includes several pictures of the grounds and founder.
Date: 1902-08-09View this item