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An Everett crowd of 15,000 celebrated the return of WWI soldiers.
The Big Four Inn drew the famous and wealthy.
An 1928 event celebrated the opening of the county’s first airport, between Everett and Marysville.
A public works program is responsible for much of what exists today.
The Snohomish County sheriff, his wife and mother-in-law were killed while vacationing in Mexico.
From the 14th Street Dock in Port Gardner Bay to St. Paul, Minnesota.
The chief’s condition was front-page news for days. His was the first “state funeral” in city history.
January 1969 event was a portent of worse to come.
Martin and Lewis back together at the Everett Theatre
The fire not only threatened the 1893 building, but a large portion of the city as well.
Joe King’s tavern satiated Everett’s early thirsts.
1910 construction of Commerce Building followed 1909 blazes that damaged many Everett buildings.
The goal was to drive “all aliens from City of Smokestacks.”
From sawmill to 1960s suburbia
The historic downtown YMCA served for nearly a century. Today it closes.
Everett’s first hospital treated a variety of ailments.
The first gas station built on the Seattle-Everett highway became a landmark.
“Vice President Richard M. Nixon has a pleasing good-looking face, with dark, sparkling eyes.”
A sprawling plant that once operated on the east side of town wasn’t exactly condensed.
A local logger cut a pathway through the trunk to create a popular destination.