|Title||Grady Way in South Renton looking north, 1910 |
|Photographer||Renton Studio |
|Notes||South Renton, Grady Way. 1910. View towards north shows Interurban tracks across the bottom of the photo crossed by Northern Pacific Spur to coal mine [Renton Historical Society note].|
Handwritten on verso: Easton Wash. 11/22, -10. Dear Maud: Recd. your letter a few days ago. We have left our old rainy country and came into the snow. We got through there last saturday. Took the N.P. to Renton then took the Milwaukee to here, a trip of about 70 miles. We are stopping at Hotels now. Will write soon. From: Ben.
Stamped on verso: Photo by W. M. Horton.
Note filed with image: This picture of Renton is looking North. The little white house in the center faces Williams Street. The tall white tower, just off center, is the fire station. In the distance, to the far right, is Central School. The single rail track is present day Grady Way. The double track carried the coal cars to and from the Renton Coal Mine.
Postcard addressed to Miss Maud Duty in Ashland, Oregon and postmarked in Easton , Washington on November 22, 1910.
Railroad tracks--Washington (State)--Renton
Railroad freight cars--Washington (State)--Renton
Mine railroads--Washington (State)--Renton
|Places||United States--Washington (State)--Renton |
|Digital Collection||Renton Historical Museum Photograph Collection |
|Serial Number||3005 |
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|Credit Line||Image 3005, Courtesy of the Renton Historical Society, Renton. |
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|Repository||Renton Historical Museum |
|Repository Collection||Renton Historical Museum Collection |
|Physical Description||1 photographic postcard: b&w; 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. |
|Digital Reproduction Information||A photographic postcard was scanned as a 3000 pixel wide TIFF image in 8-bit grayscale, resized to 640 pixels in width and compressed into JPEG format using Photoshop 6.0 and its JPEG quality measurement 3. |