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    • Everett Saloon Index, 1891-1915

    • Bars; Alcoholic beverages; Prohibition
    • An index to saloons in Everett, WA, from 1891-1915 compiled from Fowler's and Polk's city directory listings. State and local prohibition legislation resulted in the suspension of saloon activity in Everett from 1911-1912 and from 1916-1920....
    • Swalwell Cottage

    • Shingle
    • An 1892 news article cites F. A. Sexton as the designer of a pair of cottages built on Pine Street in Everett for the Swalwell family late in 1892. The Swalwell Cottage is the survivor of the two and the best remaining residential design done by...
    • McCabe Block

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    • The McCabe Building was an investment of W. G. Swalwell in partnership with Melvin Swartout. The foundations of this building served as a pavilion for the city's first Fourth of July ceremonies in 1892. The building was completed in October of...
    • Caroline Cottage

    • Northwest Stick
    • Located on Everett's Riverside, this home dates back to the city's original 1892 boom. It was originally built as a the home of Mary and Patrick Caroline and was lived in by the Caroline family until 1964. Restored in the 1890s, the house is...
    • Swalwell Building

    • Richardsonian Romanesque
    • This building was placed on the National Register in 1976 along with the adjoining properties in the 2900 Block of Hewitt Avenue. The Swalwell Building is an example of the brick Romanesque commercial buildings of the period. Designed by Everett...
    • Pioneer Block

    • Commercial;
    • The Pioneer Block has the distinction of being the first brick building erected on the west side of the Everett townsite. It housed the offices of the Everett News and the Daily Independent newspapers, early radio station KFBL and prominent local...
    • Swalwell Block and Adjoining properties

    • Commercial;
    • Swalwell Block, 2901 Hewitt (1892), designed by Hove and Heide; Glassberg Building, 2905 Hewitt (1906) ;Weber Building, 2907 Hewitt (1918), built by Emil Weber; Diefenbacher, 2909 Hewitt (1903); Wuerch Block, 2915 Hewitt (1902).
    • John J. Clark

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • John Judson Clark (1838-1922) was an Everett pioneer businessman. In 1892, Clark left Wisconsin and moved to Everett to invest $100,000 in one of the city's first commercial buildings. In 1931, the City of Everett named Clark Park, in the Bayside...
    • 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...
    • John J. Clark

    • Portraits; Business people
    • John Judson Clark (1838-1922) was an Everett pioneer businessman. In 1892, Clark left Wisconsin and moved to Everett to invest $100,000 in one of the city's first commercial buildings. In 1931, the City of Everett named Clark Park, in the Bayside...
    • Alice McFarland Duryee

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Alice McFarland Duryee (1875-1914) served as the first head librarian at the Everett Public Library, from April 1898 to April 1900. Originally from Maine, she was an Everett pioneer who arrived with her parents in 1892. She married Leverich Duryee,...
    • Professor Ganiard Newspaper Article

    • Cemeteries; Newspapers
    • This December 1892 Everett Herald article describes the decision to bury the body of Professor Ganiard, a drowning victim, near the intersection of Broadway and Third Street in Lowell. Professor Ganiard may have been the first person to be buried...

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