Seattle, Washington, Lander Street Terminal, c1914

Before the 1911 creation of the Port of Seattle, Seattle�s waterfront was woefully underdeveloped, in large part due to the myriad of private interests operating along its shores. With the passing of the Port District Act, a commission was formed with the power to dredge inland canals, regulate trade, and invest in public docks and warehouses. By the end of the decade, the Port had become one of the most successful in the nation.


Seattle, Washington, Lander Street Terminal, c1914

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