|Title||Richmond Highlands showing the intersection of North 183rd Street and Aurora Avenue North, 1922 |
|Caption||View from about 100 feet north of North 183rd Street.|
The building in the foreground is a grocery store and the living quarters of Charles P. Polacheck.
To the far left is the Emma Griffin rental house.
The house with the rear dormer contains the William Hannah Dye Home Bakery & Restaurant and Thor Thorsen's service station.
Dead ahead but just to the right of the trees is M.J. Rood Grocery, Feed Store and Post Office (formerly Rogers' Store, which was the first in Richmond Highlands).
To the right of the street is Northwest Traction Company's Interurban station freight platform and garage built by Calderhead and Roy Haines.
The Building immediately north of Polachek Grocery, almost hidden, is the feed store built for F.E. Smith.
[Source of caption: handwriting on verso of duplicate image and Shoreline Historical Museum Staff.]
|Notes||Signs in image include: Richmond Highlands, Acre Tracts with Water Lights Phone, George Neff, Salesman on the Ground. A Good Place to Live.|
Handwritten on verso: H.L. Haines, 1631 No. 183rd.
Handwritten on verso of duplicate image: 1922 -- From about 100' north of N. 183rd. Building in foreground store (grocery) and living quarters Charles P. Polachek [sic]. Far left -- Emma Griffin rental house. Rear of house with dormer is Wm. Hannah Dye Home Bakery & Restaurant - service Station (Thor Thorsen). Dead ahead, (just to the right of the trees) M.J. Rood Grocery, Feed Store and Post Office (formerly Rogers' Store, first in Richmond Highlands). To the right - Northwest Traction Co. Interurban Station freight platform and garage built by Calderhead and Roy Haines. Building immediately north of Polachek Grocery and almost hidden, is the feed store built for F.E. Smith.
Aurora Avenue North also known as Washington State Highway 99.
Real estate business--Washington (State)--Shoreline
|Places||United States--Washington (State)--Shoreline |
|Digital Collection||Shoreline Historical Museum Photograph Collection |
|Image Number||136 |
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|Physical Description||1 photographic print: color; 8 x 10 in. |
|Digital Reproduction Information||A mounted copy print was scanned as a 3000 pixel TIFF image in 24-bit RGB color or 8-bit grayscale, resized to 640 or 600 pixels in the longest dimension and compressed into JPEG format using Photoshop 6.0 and its JPEG quality measurement 3. |