Street Views and Historic Buildings

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Burlington Public Library

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Street Views and Historic Buildings

Items in the Street Views and Historic Buildings Collection

Fairhaven Ave looking East  /  Burlington Wash
Unpaved street in front of Knutzen Building, hotel, Garlick Drugstore, horse, buggy,
New looking concrete sidewalks.

Commercial Hotel / Burlington Washington
Photographic postcard of two women, man and child on porch of the Commercian Hotel; Two story building with concrete block exterior and large front porch. Big leaf maples and hammock on side of the building. The Commercial Hotel was located on…

A Few Burlington Residences
Photographic postcard of houses on street at the foot of Burlington Hill (?). Postcard is addressed to Fred Jewell, Burlington Wash. on the reverse side of the postcard.

Rohweder Farmhouse
Family members in group portrait in front of Rohweder farmhouse, circa 1916. The farmhouse and barn were destroyed in the 1960s when I-5 was built through the property. The Farm was north of Burlington between the Interurban rail line and the…

Rohweder Farm
Family Farm, water tower and barns of the Rohweder Family. The farmhouse and barn were destroyed in the 1960s when I-5 was built through the property. The Farm and barn were north of Burlington between the Interurban rail line and the Great…

Cottage residence possibly on Oak St. Burlington, Washington.
Two story gable front folk Victorian residence with elaborate spindlework at peak and on porch posts. Young girl on porch with necklace.  Picket fence. No markings on photograph when received; similar to Oak St. Residence a different photograph and…

Burlington Transfer
Horse drawn wagon with painted lettering saying "Burlington Transfer [?]" in front of West Side Meat Market C. C. Woollen & Son Wholesale Retail Butchers and two story with sign: "Hotel Hub".
Unpaved street, probably Fairhaven Ave..
Handwriting on…

Fairhaven Ave., Burlington WN
Photographic postcard street view of Fairhaven Ave. Burlington Washington. Building signage for Frank Moody Dry Goods, Albertson Real Estate, hardware, bank

Man in front of flooded residence in Burlington, Washington
Photographic postcard of two-story folk Victorian residence surrounded by flood waters. Burlington Hill in background; No specific date but floods occurred in 1907, 1909, 1910, 1911. 1917, 1921. Handwriting on back of postcard said this is on Oak…