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    • Hartley Mansion

    • Neo-Classical
    • The Roland and Nina Hartley House is significant for its association with a leading Everett lumber baron, mayor, state legislator and two term Washington State governor. Hartley's career began in Minnesota lumber camps. He came West with his...
    • Rucker / Walton Mansion

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    • This home was built atop Rucker Hill by the Rucker brothers. The Rucker family settled in Everett prior to the Rockefeller boom but aborted their own development plans in favor of the grander schemes of the Eastern investors. It was built during...
    • 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...
    • Ferguson Cottage

    • Frontier Vernacular
    • Delivered as a pre-fab residence on a steamboat in 1859 when Snohomish was still called Cadyville, this cottage was the home of Emory C. Ferguson, "The Father of Snohomish" for 20 years. A furtive attack by renegade natives in November 1860...
    • 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...
    • Van Valey Home

    • Classic Box; American Foursquare
    • In 1914, the Van Valey family built one of Everett's first homes in the Northwest Classic Box stule. A. L. Van Valey owned a bottling works in town, and the family residence hosted recitals, readings and civic group meetingss. Over the years, the...
    • The Butler/Jackson House

    • Colonial - Colonial Revival;
    • Financier William Butler, with his wife Eleanor, came to Everett during the 1890s boom and stayed on to become the most powerful single figure in the city's history. The Grand Avenue residence built for him in 1910 at a cost of $18,000 is now the...
    • The Donovan District

    • Tudor - Cottage;
    • The Donovan District is a uniform collection of 80 smalll houses: three to four room, one and one-half story cottages built by Edward W. Donovan between 1924 and 1931. They are devoid of ornament but many have Tudoresque detail such as...
    • Port Gardner Historic  District

    • American Foursquare; American Foursquare - Craftsman; Bungalow
    • The homes in this district were built and owned by middle to upper class families in the early 1900s and represent architectural styles of that time period. The district is well maintained today, its trees lending character to the streetscape.
    • Rucker Hill District

    • Colonial - Colonial Revival; Colonial - Dutch Colonial; Tudor; Bungalow
    • The Rucker Park Plat was designed and built as a separate exclusive residential area in Everett. It is named after the Rucker family, one of the first and prime beneficiaries of the industrial development of Everett, who purchased the Hill and...
    • PearsonTolinIOOF2006

    • Italian - Second Empire
    • This contemporary photograph shows the unusual mansard roofed Pearson House south of two other historic structures. Nieghboring to the north are Tolin House and the Stanwood Fraternal Public Hall, now the Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center. The 1990...
    • D. O. Pearson House

    • Italian - Second Empire
    • The Pearson House was the home of Daniel Orlando Pearson, the first mayor of Stanwood, Washington. He arrived in Stanwood, then known as Centerville, in 1877. He built a mercantile and wharf near the mouth of the Stillaguamish River. Note...
    • Sanborn Fire Insurance Map for Everett including Lowell

    • Maps; Sanborn Fire Insurance; Cities in Washington; Everett, Washington; Churches; Schools; Hotels; Residences; Railways; Streets.
    • Sanborn Fire Insurance map of Everett, Washington (including Lowell) dated 1914. The Sanborn Company drew maps of Everett for 1892, 1893, 1893 and 1914, with updates through June of 1955. These maps contain unique details of structures within...
    • Sanborn Fire Insurance Map for Everett including Lowell

    • Maps; Sanborn Fire Insurance; Cities in Washington; Everett, Washington; Churches; Schools; Hotels; Residences; Railways; Streets.
    • Sanborn Fire Insurance map of Everett, Washington, dated 1939 with paste-over additions through 1955. The Sanborn Company drew maps of Everett for 1892, 1893, 1893 and 1914, with updates through June of 1955. These maps contain unique details of...

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