From the box of glass negatives dating from about 1894-1920, here is a batch of group photos. They were quite popular! The glass negatives are 4″x5″ and from Snohomish County.
Through the Lens: The Story of Everett’s First Fifty Years in Photographs Everett Museum of History in partnership with the Schack Art Center June 11th – September 1st, 2015 Grand Opening June 18th, 2015, 5:00-8:00 pm Schack Art Center, 2921 Hoyt Avenue, Everett, Washington… Continue Reading “June 11th – September 1st: Through the Lens: The Story of Everett’s First Fifty Years in Photographs Exhibition”
Wow! With over 127 attendees to toast Jack’s contributions to the Everett community, Everett Museum of History’s Postcards from the Past event honoring Jack O’Donnell was a huge success! The attendees not only got to nosh on delectable treats from Shawn O’Donnell‘s, they also were presented… Continue Reading “Postcards from the Past Event”
Once proudly called the “City of Smokestacks,” 19th- and early 20th-century Everett was a blue-collar, union, mill town with two dozen saw mills and shingle mills. But most worker faced long hours and extremely dangerous working conditions. Accidents are so common that frequently a… Continue Reading “Bloody Sunday: The Everett Massacre”