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    • Jane Rucker

    • Capitalists & financiers; Portraits; Women
    • Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) was the mother of Wyatt and Bethel Rucker. The Rucker family played a key role in the development of the Everett Land Company, which developed the city of Everett. The family's investments in real estate, banks, and...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • The Rucker Mausoleum was constructed in 1909 for Jane Morris Rucker (1830-1907) by her sons, Wyatt J. Rucker (1857-1931) and Bethel J. Rucker (1862-1945). The three are entombed here. This granite pyramid is 30 feet square by 30 feet tall and sits...
    • 1958 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Turquoise leatherette cover with white lettering and design depicting a seagull in flight. Produced by S. J. Priebe Bindery, Puget Press, Inc., Smith Company Covers, and Western Engraving and Colortype Company.
    • 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...
    • Everett, Washington panorama, looking north and northwest  from Rucker Hill.

    • Panoramic photographs; Bays--Washington (State)--Everett; Port Gardner Bay (Everett, Wash); Buildings--Washington (State)--Everett; Dwellings--Washington (State)--Everett.
    • The Rucker Mansion can be seen on the left, and the Coleman House in the center. A four-masted schooner is in view in the Bay. Other sites include Pier 1 and the Oriental Dock, the Great Northern Railroad, and Providence Hospital (originally the...
    • Rucker Bank Interior

    • Rucker Bank (Everett, Wash); Banks--Washington (State)--Everett
    • Located at 1602 Hewitt Avenue in Everett, with Wyatt J. Rucker, President; Bethel J. Rucker, Cashier; W. P. Bell and S. R. Bucy, Assistant Cashiers.
    • Rucker Mansion

    • Houses
    • 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...
    • Rucker Mansion

    • Houses
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...

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