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Fairhaven Avenue, downtown Burlington, Washington, with cars lining the streets and Schacht's department store visible in center
Back caption: "Burlington, Wa." and "1925." Identifiable businesses and buildings include: The Caldwell Building, built in 1916 at the corner of Cherry and Fairhaven, location of a stationer and a jeweler; Schacht's Dry Goods in a two-story building just to the east of the Caldwell Building; The Grand Theater east of Schacht's; the Luther B. Jackson undertaking parlor and hardware store east of the theater;Millner, S.H. Landreth on Fairhaven, near Pine; Burlington Sheet Metal Works and Garage; U.S. Hand and steam laundry. A poster attached to an electric pole is advertising the Skagit County Fair to be (or having been) held in August.
Biery, Galen (collector)
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Galen Biery papers and photographs
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