Category:Globe Building, Seattle

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US-NationalParkService-ShadedLogo.svg This is a category about a building or other location within the Pioneer Square-Skid Road Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The district has been successively enlarged, and hence has multiple NRHP IDs: 70000086, 78000341, and 88000739
English: The Globe Building, also known as Marshall-Walker Building, 310 First Avenue South, Pioneer Square neighborhood, Seattle, Washington, USA. Built 1891. From 1898 into the 1960s, the north half of the building was the Globe Hotel. The Seattle Quilt Company was a tenant from 1926 into the 1970s. The ground floor was home to Elliott Bay Books from its founding in 1973 until it moved to the Capitol Hill neighborhood in 2010.

For more information see Summary for 310 1st AVE / Parcel ID 5247800320, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods. (They appear to have accidentally omitted "South" from the address.)


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