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New Whatcom, 1892
According to Galen Biery's "Looking Back" (p.100) this is "Part of New Whatcom in 1892. The large stone building in the center was the Lighthouse Block, built in 1890...The large building at the left is the Grand Central Hotel, Forest and Holly Streets. Van's B.B. Furniture Store was later built in the triangle in the foreground." The Reveille newspaper building is in the right foreground; it was founded in 1883 by T.G. Nicklin and W.D. Jenkins. There are several small storefronts and residential buildings inters persed among the larger ones. The background is undeveloped land with hills and trees.
Biery, Galen (collector)
1 black and white print
New Whatcom (Wash.)
Galen Biery papers and photographs
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