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Trinity Episcopal Church

Monday, July 28, 2014

Seattle’s first Episcopal congregation was organized as a body in 1855. Its first building, constructed at Third Avenue and Jefferson Street in 1870, was destroyed in the Great Seattle Fire of 1889. The vestry purchased three lots at Eighth Avenue and James Street and in 1892 a church was built in English Country Gothic style to designs by Henry

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Download the 2014 Program Brochure (pdf -1.99MB)

 

 

HISTORIC PROPERTY FOR LEASE

 

Photo: Marissa Natkin

 

Unique Historic Property in Prime Location

Dearborn Carriage House - Office Space for Lease

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Community Open House at Historic Seattle

Sunday, August 3rd, 2014

Come enjoy an afternoon at Historic Seattle’s headquarters, the 1907 H.H. Dearborn House. Take a tour of the house and learn about Historic Seattle’s accomplishments, advocacy, and programs. Bring
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Preservation Awards 2014!

 

Celebrating Historic Seattle's 40th Year

 

 

BE A PART OF OUR HISTORY

Seattle’s First Hill

As part of its 40th Anniversary celebration in 2014, Historic Seattle will publish an illustrated architectural and cultural history of First Hill. The publication evaluates this important and changing Seattle neighborhood in

 

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Featured Project

William B. Phillips Apartments

Historic Seattle seeks significant buildings or sites, which are threatened and/or neglected, and participates in strategies to preserve them. By our charter as a public development authority, we can purchase, sell, own, develop, and invest in real estate for the purpose of preservation. Since our founding in 1974, these efforts have produced many positive results and have helped strengthen and protect the unique architectural character of Seattle.

 

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Are you looking for a designer or contractor who has the knowledge and skills needed to restore or maintain your historic property?

The Preservation Pages is an online directory of Historic Seattle’s business members. This directory consists of an organized list of contractors, consultants, designers, builders, and vendors who have experience with renovation, restoration, maintenance, and landscape projects.

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Re-purposing Historic Buildings in King County

Join us on a day tour of nearby cities Bothell, Kenmore, and Kirkland to visit historic properties...

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