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    • William Ross and Ellen McDougall Ross

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • William M. Ross (1850-1908) was a member of Everett's "Committee of 21" provisional government, created in March 1892. He is buried next to members of the Ross family, including his wife Ellen McDougall Ross (d. 1929). Ellen McDougall Ross was the...
    • Site of the movie "Assassins"

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Assassins is a 1995 Warner Brothers film starring Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas that was produced and directed by Richard Donner with cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond. Production notes for the DVD release comment on the importance of the...
    • Site of the movie "Assassins" and Bucey Monument

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Assassins is a 1995 Warner Brothers film starring Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas that was produced and directed by Richard Donner with cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond. Production notes for the DVD release comment on the importance of the...
    • John T. McChesney

    • Portraits; Business people
    • John Taylor McChesney (1857-1922) came to Everett, Washington, in 1899 at the request of his friend James J. Hill, to manage the Everett Improvement Company. McChesney focused on improving the local utilities, including water, electric light,...
    • Site of the movie "Assassins" and Gunn Tombstone

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Assassins is a 1995 Warner Brothers film starring Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas that was produced and directed by Richard Donner with cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond. Production notes for the DVD release comment on the importance of the...
    • Seattle World's Fair

    • Fairs
    • The Seattle World's Fair left a $50 million civic center including the flag pavilion (pictured), science museum, the opera house, the Playhouse, a sports coliseum, and the Space Needle. (Everett Herald, October 22, 1962, front page).
    • Seattle World's Fair

    • Fairs
    • The Seattle World's Fair left a $50 million civic center including the flag pavilion, science museum, the opera house, the Playhouse, a sports coliseum, and the Space Needle. (Everett Herald, October 22, 1962, front page).
    • Monte Cristo Hotel

    • Buildings; Hotels; Trucks
    • Monte Cristo Hotel, 1507 Wall Street. The Monte Cristo Hotel replaced the old Mitchell Hotel on Hewitt Avenue, and opened with a gala ceremony in May 1925. It was built with an investment of half a million dollars, involving hundreds of...
    • Construction of Bicentennial Park

    • Buildings; Houses; Parks
    • Construction of Bicentennial Park on the site of the former Colby and Hewitt Buildings. The Hove Building seen on the right and the side of Chaffee's on the left. Houses on the west side of the 2900 block of Hoyt Avenue, including the Lentzy House...
    • Bayside Concerned Neighbors

    • Meetings; Neighborhoods
    • Citizens, including Mary McGinty and Leif Ecklund, gather for a Bayside Neighborhood meeting under the banner ""Bayside Concerned Neighbors."" The sign lists ""Neighborhood Solutions,"" which include: 1. Cruiser in neighborhood twice a day for 3...
    • Arts and Crafts Fair

    • Crowds; Jewelry; Markets; Parking lots; Railroads
    • Several vendors, including Stewart Pottery, display their jewelry and other goods at an arts and crafts fair during a Salty Sea Days celebration near 10th Street. Salty Sea Days was an annual event in Everett from 1970-2004.
    • 1911 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Brown softcover with faux linen finish. Gold embossed lettering and design with a string tie. Printed by the Everett Print Shop of Everett, Washington

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