Looking Back

Gouges, gashes, breaks, burns and the occasional gunshot wound

Everett’s first hospital treated a variety of ailments.

 

Keeler’s Korner catered to early motorists

The first gas station built on the Seattle-Everett highway became a landmark.

 

Richard Nixon flies to Everett for Halloween

“Vice President Richard M. Nixon has a pleasing good-looking face, with dark, sparkling eyes.”

 

Old-time Monroe was a condensed-milk powerhouse

A sprawling plant that once operated on the east side of town wasn’t exactly condensed.

In the 1890s, a cedar tree beckoned Snohomish cyclists

A local logger cut a pathway through the trunk to create a popular destination.

The Everett High School team in action. The game against Bellingham took place Oct. 4, 1913, at Athletic Park Field. Dan Michel is carrying the ball. (Photo by J. A. Juleen/Courtesy of the Everett Public Library)

Looking back: Early football in Everett

The first games were played in the 1890s.

The Everett High School team in action. The game against Bellingham took place Oct. 4, 1913, at Athletic Park Field. Dan Michel is carrying the ball. (Photo by J. A. Juleen/Courtesy of the Everett Public Library)
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