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BurlingtonOldCityHallBldg.jpg
The Old Burlington City Hall (circa 2012) was built in 1925 and served the City of Burlington Washington until 1978. According to a 1925 article in the "Burlington Journal", its siding was reinforced stucco cement, its ground floor window and doors…

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2014Aarstad005liveryAdj.jpg
New business, possibly stable or livery with wagon drawn by two horses. Six men in wagon with flag. Logged off land with snags in background. Names on back of photograph are Fred Marchant, Joe Chase, Bert Marchant, Jim Marchant. Notes say…

A large collection of historical photographs that includes significant early views of Burlington, Skagit County Washington. Includes many significant images of early Burlington history.

2014Aarstad003flood.jpg
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…

2014Aarstad002FairhavenAve.jpg
Photographic postcard street view of Fairhaven Ave. Burlington Washington. Building signage for Frank Moody Dry Goods, Albertson Real Estate, hardware, bank

BurlingtonTransfer003.jpg
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…

2014Aarstad004cropt.jpg
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…

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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…

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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…
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