Preview up to 100 items from this collection below. Seattle’s early arts, music and culture scene are chronicled in this weekly publication. Our digital collection includes issues published from 1912 to 1938
The Town Crier, v.16, no.36, Sep. 3, 1921
Page 3 article "The Orchestra" discusses the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Page 3 article "The Ferries" discusses issues with the ferry system.
Date: 1921-09-03View this item
The Town Crier, v.11, no.9, Feb. 26, 1916
Date: 1916-02-26View this item
The Town Crier, v.11, no.16, Apr. 15, 1916
Page 3 article "A Change of Chiefs" discusses the resignation of police chief Louis M. Lang and his replacement, Charley Beckingham.
Date: 1916-04-15View this item
The Town Crier, v.24, no.27, Jul. 6, 1929
Page 3 features portrait of Hugh C. Gruwell, vice president of the People's Bank and Trust Company.
Date: 1929-07-06View this item
The Town Crier, v.7, no.49, Dec. 7, 1912
Page 7 article "Seeing the Art Exhibit" discusses local artists including Imogen Cunningham.
Date: 1912-12-07View this item
The Town Crier, v.9, no.24, Jun. 13, 1914
Page 11 article "A Visit to the King County Hospital" describes the hospital located in Georgetown.
Date: 1914-06-13View this item
The Town Crier, v.26, no.51, Dec. 26, 1931
Page 2 includes artwork by Thomas Handforth. Page 3 features portrait of Tom Toomey, head of business affairs for the Art Institute.
Date: 1931-12-26View this item
Canton Garden alley sign, December 25, 1978
Seattle - Rearview of 617 1/2 - 6th Av. Brick Building * Red brick pavement alley.
Date: 1978-12-25View this item
The Town Crier, v.11, no.15, Apr. 8, 1916
Page 4 article "And Still They Drink" discusses prohibition in Seattle.
Date: 1916-04-08View this item
The Town Crier, v.11, no.49, Dec. 2, 1916
Date: 1916-12-02View this item