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    • Kirk and Seely photogravure booklet

    • Line photoengravings--Washington (State)--Everett; Dwellings--Washington (State)--Everett
    • Publication done in 1902; Upper left: 2130 Rucker, residence of attorney Walter P. Bell, built around 1901; Upper right: 2026 Rucker. Residence of David Masrston Clough (industrialist, ex-governor of Minnesota, father-in-law of Roland Hartley,...
    • 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...
    • 1931 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Blue softcover with gold embossed lettering and emblem depicting a seagull in flight. Printed by the Kane and Harcus Company of Everett, Washington.
    • 1970 Nesika

    • School Yearbooks
    • Blue hardcover with embossed lettering and gold embossed emblem featuring a seagull in flight. Produced by the American Yearbook Company.
    • Mukilteo Light Station

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    • The point on which the lighthouse is built was the site of a treaty meeting between Governor Isaac Stevens and the Indians in 1856. The site was established as a light station in 1906. Mukilteo is the sole remaining of several structures of...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 1999 Bob Drewel File

    • Politics, LGBTQ Rights, HIV/AIDS, Civil Rights
    • Fifty-one page file containing campaign literature, a candidate CV, Snohomish County Growth Management Planning documents, news clippings, Snohomish Metropolitan Elections Committee Interview Rating Sheets, and Snohomish Metropolitan Elections...
    • John T. McChesney Columbarium

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Built for John T. McChesney (1857-1922), who worked for the Everett Improvement Company, the McChesney Columbarium is located on the cemetery's highest point (229.5 feet above sea level, 25 feet higher than the Rucker Mausoleum).
    • John T. McChesney Columbarium

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Built for John T. McChesney (1857-1922), who worked for the Everett Improvement Company, the McChesney Columbarium is located on the cemetery's highest point (229.5 feet above sea level, 25 feet higher than the Rucker Mausoleum).
    • Rucker Mausoleum

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • This image depicts the bronze statue of Jane Morris Rucker, which once sat atop the entrance to the Rucker Mausoleum. The caption reads: "Mausoleum built by F.W. Ladd, Seattle, Wash."
    • John T. McChesney Columbarium

    • Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves
    • Built for John T. McChesney (1857-1922), who worked for the Everett Improvement Company, the McChesney Columbarium is located on the cemetery's highest point (229.5 feet above sea level, 25 feet higher than the Rucker Mausoleum).

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