Seattle, Washington, Second Avenue at Yesler Way, c1923

Extending out from the waterfront that established Seattle, Yesler Way meets Second Avenue in the Pioneer Square neighborhood, which, at the turn of the century, was the heart of the rapidly growing West Coast city. Smith Tower was constructed there in 1914. Upon completion, it became the city�s dominant skyscraper and the tallest building west of the Mississippi River, a title it kept for nearly two decades.


Seattle, Washington, Second Avenue at Yesler Way, c1923

Historic Pictoric | Item# 101793__HPSEA

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