SNO-ISLE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
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EARLY EVERETT PROJECT
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NAME and TOPIC INDICES

DOWNTOWN EVERETT - IMAGES OF AMERICA

"Downtown Everett - Images of America", edited by M. L. Dehm and published in 2005, is described on the back cover of the book as an "... entertaining volume (which) captures the unique story of Everett -- its people and places, businesses and landmarks -- in over 200 vintage photographs... It's a slice of local history not to be forgotten."

Four of the book's six chapters present images of Everett from the earliest days through 1916 - the Everett Massacre. Chapter Five, "After the Massacre", covers the 1920s through "modern days". Chapter Six, "Then and Now" is a most entertaining selection of "then" and "now" images of Everett.

"Downtown Everett - Images of America" can be found at local public libraries as well as the SIGS library at Humble House. Copies can be purchased at area bookstores or online at the website of Arcadia Publishing, http://www.arcadiapublishing.com/

An ASTERISK after a page number indicates that an image is associated with the NAME, PLACE or TOPIC.

NAME INDEX

ABRAHAMSON, Albert 77*
ANDERSON, Signe 77*
BACHELDER, (ng), Miss 75*
BAGSHAW, Enoch 84*
BAILEY, Edward, Mrs 51*
BAILEY, Eva B 77
BALLARD, Gilbert 84*
BARDON, Eleanora 77*
BARDON, Thelma 77*
BARRY, Charles 66*
BARRY, Charles L 79*
BEARD, Jeff 66*
BEARD, Jefferson 95*
BEBEAU, Mark 93*
BOLDER, (Sgt) 100*
BORLAND, J S 50*
BOYLE, (Pvt) 100*
BREWER, Frank B 50*
BROWN, C C, Mrs 51*
BROWN, George A 105
BROWN, Ira 93*
BROWN, Richard 103*
BUELL, Fred 104*
BURGER, (ng) (Evt Restaurant) 45*
BUTT, A W, Major 82*
CAVALERO, Lena 77*
CAVALERO, William 77*
CLARK, George 77*
CLARK, Lewis 77*
CLOUGH, David Marston 85*
COLBY, Charles 7, 10*
COSTELLO, "Stub" 84*
CROOKER, J B, Mrs 51*
CURTIS, Charles 95
DAILEY, Irwin 84*
DAILEY, Newts 84*
DELANEY, Arthur K, Mrs 51*
DICKINSON, O B 58*
DREYER, Thomas (bakery) 69*
DRYSDALE, Eldon 84*
DURYEE, Schuyler, Mrs 51*
EDEEN, Charles 108
EDWARDS, A C 83*
EGAN, Charles 84*
ERICKSON, (ng) 79*
FARRAR, J W 50*
FIFIELD, Elbridge 84*
FLOWER, Mark 67*
FORSLUND, "Swede" 93*
FOSTER, Augusta Plummer, Mrs 51*
FOSTER, P (store) 30*
FOX, J D 66*
GARRIGUES, Thomas, Mrs 51*
GLASSBERG, (ng) (pawn shop) 73*
GOLDMAN, (Capt) 100*
GOLDTHORP, C E 66*
GOLDTHORPE, "Goldie" 93*
GOODEN, Lloyd 77*
GOURLAY, Agnes 77*
GOURLAY, Beatrice 77*
GRANT, Henry 102*
GREENBERG, Harry 72*
GREENBERG, Sam 72*
GREGG, Clarence 77*
GUERIN, William 84*
HARLING, J G 66*
HARTLEY, Edward 81*
HARTLEY, Mary 81*
HARTLEY, Nina Clough 81*
HARTLEY, Roland 81*, 82* 
HARTLEY, William 81*
HARTMAN, S A (& Co, clothing) 32*
HEIDE, A F (architect) 78
HERROTT, (ng) 84*
HEWITT, Henry, Jr 7, 10*
HILL, James J 7
HOBBS, Frank 106
HODGKINS, U R 66*
HOLBERG, H S 66*
HOLCOMB, F 66*
HOSSTAD, (Pvt) 100*
HOVE, Charles (architect) 61*
HOWARD, Abby 77*
HOWARD, Bertha 77*
HOWARD, John 77*
HOWARD, Joseph 77*
HOWARD, William 77*
HOWARTH, William 92
HOYT, Colgate 7
HYDE, (Pvt) 100*
IRVING, Joseph, Mrs 51*,
JACKSON, (ng) (Evt Restaurant) 45*,
JACOBS, (Miss) 115*
JAMISON, Neil C 85*,
JOHNSON, (Pvt) 100*,
JONES, B D (butcher) 43*,
JONES, Larry 84*
JONES, W E 66*,
JOYCE, (Cpl) 100*,
KAN, Charles 76*,
KAN, Ruth 76*,
KAN, Sam 76*,
KEMMERER, (ng) (clothier) 33*,
KIEHL, G C 66*,
KING, Hattie 67*,
KNAPP, C F 66*,
KNOWLTON, Stephen, Mrs 51*,
KOBLANK, (ng) 75*,
KRABY, (Police Chief) 66*,
KUHNLE, Walter "Baldy" 84*
LaFRENIERE, Archie 93*,
LARSON, Louis 50*,
LEIGHTON, A M (shoemaker) 40*,
LENTZ, J T, Mrs 51*,
LUNDSTROM, (ng) 84*
LYKE, Harry 84*
LYTLE, Elmer E, Mrs 51*,
MANGARELLA, Frank 44*,
MARSHALL, Charles, Mrs 51*,
MARSHALL, S 66*,
MASON, Hazel 77*,
MASON, Robert 77*,
MATTHEWS, Lawrence 77*,
MAULSBY, Zene 84*
McBRIDE, John T, Mrs 51*,
McCARTHER, J T (investments-sign) 26*,
McDONALD, J 66*,
McFARLAND, Robert, Mrs 51*,
McMANUS, John 8*,
McNAMARA, Matthew 77*,
McNAMARA, William 77*,
McRAE, Donald 94, 95*
MENZEL, Walter 84*
MERRETT, Ig "Orville" 84*
MICHEL, Dan 84*
MILLS, Edward, Mrs 51*,
MINCH, Anton "Tony" 79*,
MINTON, Tom 102*,
MITCHELL, R M 8*,
MORELAND, Grace 77*,
MULLIGAN, Larry (saloon keeper) 75*,
NORD, E A 105
OLINGER, R Jay 89*, 90*
OLSON, Ole "Harry" 93*,
ORMSBY, Russell 109
PEARSON, Ray 77*,
PEARSON, William 77*,
PELTON, Elmer 77*,
PETTERSEN, Art 93*,
PETTERSEN, P O 80*,
PETTIT, Harry 77*,
PETTIT, Marion 77*,
PETTIT, Norman 77*,
PETTIT, Paul 77*,
PHELAN, Fiske 84*
POWER, David, Mrs 51*,
RICE, Paul J 112
RITCHIE, (Sgt) 100*,
ROCKEFELLER, John D 7
ROGERS, John T 25*,
ROTHCHILD, C B (carpenter, real estate)         
31*,
RUCKER (bros) 7
RUCKER, Bethel 12*, 47*   
RUCKER, Wyatt 12*, 47*
SCHILATY, George 77*,
SCHILATY, John 77*,
SCHILATY, Marie 77*,
SCHILATY, Sadie 77*,
SEARS, Squire, Mrs 51*,
SEXTON, Frederick A (architect) 29, 41*
SHEPARD, W G 73*,
SKUCY, Adam 104*,
SPRINGER, W E 104*,
STANTON, (Sgt) 100*,
STEVENS, Morris 84*
STEWART, Alva 93*,
STOCKBRIDGE, W R, Mrs 51*,
STODDARD, (Pvt) 100*,
SUMNER, F W 53*,
SUMNER, Thomas 53*,
SWALWELL (family) 22*,
SWALWELL, W G 22
SWANSON, Billy 79*,
SWANSON, Charley 79*,
TAFT, William Howard (US pres)                                 
82*,
TALBOT, Bruce 84*
TARO, (Fire Chief) 79*,
TEMPLE, Olive Mary 77*,
TENNICAN, Leonard 77*,
THOMAS, Charles P, Mrs 51*,
THOMPSON, Norman 77*,
TOSLAND, Art 93*,
TUCKER, Ralph 93*,
VERNON, J M, Mrs 51*,
WADHAMS, Emma 77*,
WADHAMS, Eva 77*,
WADHAMS, Roy 77*,
WETMORE, Charles 7, 19,
WILLIAMS, Herb 66*,
WILLIAMS, J O 66*,
WYMAN, Frank 67*,

PLACE INDEX

14th Street Dock 46*,
California St & Everett Av 17*,
Colby & Hewitt (1900s) 124*
Colby & Hewitt (2005) 124*
Colby Av (1968) 117*
Colby Av (Feb 1916) 99*,
Everett (view from Wall St) 55*,
Everett Av Bridge (1892) 37*,
Everett Av from Riverside neighborhood                   45*,
Hewitt Av & Chestnut St 24*,
Hewitt Av (1892) 36I, 125*
Hewitt Av (1898) 53*,
Hewitt Av (1902) 61*,
Hewitt Av (after WWI) 102*,
Hewitt Av (early 1900s) 80*,
Hewitt Av (present day) 125*
Homes at corner of Rucker & 23rd 52*,
Homes on Chestnut Street (1892) 28*,
Pacific Av (1892) 127*
Pacific Av (2005) 127*
Pacific Home Bakery (19th & Broadway)         
69*,
Pacific Steel Barge Co boardinghouse 48*,
Pine St and Pacific Av 16*,
Port Gardner Bay 7, 54*, 119*, 126*   
Rucker Av (1892) 122*
Rucker Av (1920-30s) 122*
Rucker Av (present day) 123*
Rucker Bank (Hewitt Av) 47*,
Spithill's Wharf 38*,
Swalwell's Landing 1891 16*,
Wetmore Av (1928) 104*,

TOPIC INDEX

A M Leighton, shoemaker 40*,
Adam Skucy Furs 104*,
Avenue Grocery 31*,
B D Jones the Butcher (Hewitt Av) 43*,
Barron's Furniture Store (1892) 29*,
Bast Brickyard 23
Bellingham Bay Lumber Co (1892) 37*,
Bodega Saloon 75*,
Boeing Everett Plant (2005) 118*
Braaten's Grocery 103*,
Broadway School (1892) 28*,
Brown Land, Engineering Co 1892 17*,
Brown Plumbing, Heating 103*,
Brue Building (1892) 29*,
Builders Supply Co 105*
C B Rothchild (carpenter, real estate) 31*,
Carsten's Packing Co (meats) 99*,
C-B Shingle Mill 86*
Clark-Nickerson Mill 58*, 65*, 87*, 88*
Clough-Hartley Mill 85*,
Confectionery (1907) 70*,
Congregationalist Church 63*,
County courthouse, Everett (1902) 78*,
Delaney & Gamel law office 1892 23*,
Department store (1907) 69*,
Diamond Dye Works 104*,
Dolson & Cleaver Dry Goods (1907) 75*,
Dwelling construction (1892) 15*,
E A Nord Co (building supplies) 105*
Edeen Automotive Service 108*,
Electrical Workers Union IBEW 89*, 90*
Everett and Prohibition 107*,
Everett AquaSox (present day) 121*
Everett Bakery (Hewitt Av) 43*,
Everett Buick Co 106*,
Everett Chamber of Commerce bldg 60*,
Everett City Well (1892) 35*,
Everett Country Club 101*
Everett Events Center (present day) 121*
Everett Excavating Co 42*,
Everett Fire Department (1911) 79*,
Everett Flour Mill 65*,
Everett Fruit Porducts Co workers 91*,
Everett Gas Co (Colby Av) 68*,
Everett Golf & Country Club 94*,
Everett Hardware Co 43*,
Everett Herald 34*, 67*
Everett High School (1910) 80*,
Everett High School football team (1912) 84*
Everett Hotel (1892) 26*,
Everett Land Co 7, 9*, 11
Everett Massacre 94*, 95*, 96*, 97*, 98*    
Everett Police Department 50*, 66*, 101*
Everett Produce Co 58*,
Everett Public Library (present day) 128*
Everett Pulp & Paper worker (1915) 92*,
Everett Realty Co 27*, 41*
Everett Short Order Restaurant (Hewitt Av)         
45*,
Everett Smelter 65*,
Everett Station (present day) 120*
Everett streetcar 102*,
Everett Super Service Station 109*,
Everett Supply Co 42*,
Everett Telephone Exchange 52*,
Everett Theater (Colby Av) 62*,
Everett Typewriter Co 104*,
Everett waterfront (1928) 106*,
Everett Women's Book Club 51*,
Everett WWI 100*, 101*
F W Woolworth's 112*, 113*, 114*
Family group 38*,
Family portrait (early) 21*,
Ferry-Baker Mill 65*,
First East School (1908) 77*,
First Methodist Episcopal Church 63*,
Fred Buell Real Estate 104*,
Gates & Fraser (tin shop?) 41*,
Gates & Fraser Hardware Co (1892) 27*,
Gem Saloon 24*, 25*
Gooch & Byron motorcycle dlr 100*,
Graff Printing Co 104*,
Grocery (Hewitt near Market St) 44*,
H W Wood Motor Co 116*
Hart Block (1892) 27*,
High School 64*,
Hotel Haggard 27*,
Hotel Royal (Hewitt Av) 53*, 61*
House Interior 67*,
Hove Building (Hewitt Av) 61*,
IXL Laundry 30*,
Jackson School (1930) 115*
Jamison Lumber, Shingle Co 85*,
Japan Bazaar (Hewitt) 76*,
Jewelry store (1907) 74*,
Kemmerer's Clothier (1892) 33*,
Laundry (1907) 68*,
Laundry workers 91*,
Lincoln School 64*,
Logging 56*, 57*
Loomis & Co (real lestate) 43*,
Mangarella's Grocery (Hewitt Av) 44*,
Marion Hotel (Hewitt Av) 53*,
Meat market 72*
Merchant Hotel (Hewitt Av) 53*, 61*
Mitchell Land Co 8
Monarch Grocery 31*,
Monroe School (riverside) 64*,
Monte Cristo Hotel (1902) 60*,
Mosquito Fleet 1892 13*
Naval Station Everett 119*
New-Way Shoe Shop 104*,
Norwegian Lutheran Church 63*,
P Foster General Merch. 30*,
Parade on Hewitt Av (1894) 50*,
People's Grocery Co (Hewitt Av) 61*,
Peterson's Floral Shop 74*,
Pioneer Homestead 13*,
Pioneer Hotel 1892 14*,
Pioneer Store (Hewitt Av) 42*,
Pittsburg of the West" 8, 10,
Puget Press Printing 104*,
Puget Sound Pulp & Timber (1934) 116*
Puget Sound Wire Nail & Steel Co 18*, 48*, 49*
Quaker Drug Store (Hewitt) 73*,
Red Front Clothing Store (Hewitt) 72*
Rogers News Depot 25*,
Rosedale School 1892 15*,
Rumbaugh-MacLain department store 110*, 111*, 112*
S A Hartman & Co (clothing) 32*,
Sawmill (early) Snohomish River 19*,
Schoolgirls (1892) 39*,
Seaside Mill 86*
Seattle Montana Railroad (1891) 18*, 126*
Sharpless Barber Shop (1907) 71*,
Sherman & Wasson Brickyard (1892) 23*,
Ship Yard 19*,
St Dominick Academy 61*,
Stage Employees Union 93*,
Steamer "State of Washington" (1892) 21*,
Steamer "Verona" 94*,
Steamship (1892) 14*,
Summitt Hotel 26*,
Sumner Iron Works (riverside) 53*, 65*
Swalwell Cottages 17*,
Swalwell Land Loan & Trust 22*,
Telegraph Office on Pacific Avenue 34*,
Tobacco shop (1907) 71*,
Tower Block 41*, 53*
Turf Saloon 40*,
U S Loan Co (pawn shop-Hewitt) 73*,
United Presbyterian Church 63*,
Weyerhaeuser Mill B 88*,
Whaleback (ship) 19*, 20*
White Front Restaurant 31*,
Women's Labor League (union) 90*,
Y M C A Building 63*,

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